For College Credit Plus and Credit in Escrow Students  

If you are a high school student interested in earning college credit before you graduate, the steps below are everything you need to do to apply, enroll, and prepare for classes at LCCC. 

Will your classes transfer?

Online tools like Transferology can help give you an idea. This nation-wide network can help you explore college transfer options. Always work with an advisor at LCCC or your future destination for full academic planning. 

  Learn more about the College Credit Plus program.   

  Explore other opportunities for students to Earn College Credit in High School.     

  • Attend a College Credit Plus Information Session

Sessions are held each year either at your high school or LCCC and take place between October and February.  Here are this year’s LCCC CCP Information Sessions.

  • Complete your “Intent to Participate” Form

This form is due each year by April 1. Public school students submit this form to their school district. Homeschooled and nonpublic school students must submit their form to the State of Ohio, as well as additional funding paperwork.    

Complete the College Credit Plus Application if you have never applied or have never completed an LCCC credit course.  If you are applying as a Credit-In-Escrow student, please indicate that in section 2 of the CCP Application. 
  Learn more about applying to College Credit Plus.        

The placement assessment is required for admission into College Credit Plus and will also help your advisor place you in classes that are appropriate for you.
  Learn more about the placement assessment.       

The new student orientation gives you all of the information you need to get started at LCCC. The Orientation can be completed in-person or online.
  Learn more about the New Student Orientation.      

  • Complete the Welcome Survey

Students are required to complete our Welcome Survey as part of the new student process. The Welcome Survey helps LCCC to identify resources, services and opportunities that align with your goals. The survey can be accessed through your MyCampus account.

You will work with your high school guidance counselor to schedule any CCP that are taken at your high school. If you are taking LCCC classes online, at LCCC, or at one of our Learning Centers, you must schedule your classes with an LCCC advisor or counselor.

Be sure to bring a completed course authorization form with you to your appointment. Your counselor can also complete the course authorization online by clicking here.
 Schedule an appointment with your advisor.

Set up Accounts and Prepare for Classes

Explore additional resources to make sure your LCCC experience is a success. 

Access your MyCampus account

MyCampus is the online tool for LCCC students to registration for classes, access grades and much more.
Learn more about MyCampus. 

Activate your LCCC email account

All official LCCC communications will be sent to you using your LCCC student email account. As part of your MyCampus setup process, you will be asked to activate your LCCC email account.
Learn more about your email account. 

Get to know Canvas 

Canvas is the online Learning Management System used in most classes, especially online and blended classes.
Learn more about canvas. 

Set Up Handshake

Handshake is your FREE resource to connect with employers and find job opportunities and internships.
Get Started with Handshake

Take a campus tour

A campus tour will help you become familiar with LCCC’s campus. This is also a great opportunity to locate all of your classes before the first day of school.
Schedule a campus tour.

Get a Student ID (Library)

You will need a Student ID for many campus activities. Take a copy of your class schedule to the Circulation Desk on the second floor of the Bass Library. Your first Student ID is free.
Get your student ID card. 

Get your books (Bookstore)

Your textbooks and supplies can be purchased in Commodore Books & More in LCCC’s College Center.
Learn more about the bookstore.

Contact the Advocacy and Resource Center (ARC)

The Advocacy and Resource Center (ARC) can help you access food, counseling, financial, and other resources and support so you can spend less time worrying and more time focusing on your future.

Contact Accessibility Services, if needed

If you have a disability and require assistance or accommodations, please contact Accessibility Services.

Learn more about accessibility services. 

Explore services for veterans and military

Meet with a member of the Veterans Services team to get your GI Bill and Veterans Benefits started.Learn more about services for veterans and military.

Learn about support services

Need help with challenges outside the classroom? Support services are available to help you deal with important issues and to provide greater opportunity for your academic success.

Learn more about support services.