Tuition-free Credit Courses for Personal Enrichment
Senior Adult Learners over the age of 60 can take LCCC Credit courses tuition-free (credit) for your own personal enrichment. The Senior Adult Fee Waiver Program is offered at Audit Grade option only. Registration takes place the third day of class each semester. See Academic Calendar for registration dates.
The process below is for credit courses only. Continuing education courses for senior adults are available through the Center for Lifelong Learning.
(Skip if you have taken LCCC Classes)
Complete the LCCC Application if you have never applied or have never completed an LCCC credit course.
Apply to LCCC.
Visit Enrollment Services on the third day of the semester to complete a Senior Citizen Fee Waiver Form and schedule classes. Although not required, you may meet with an advisor. See the Academic Calendar for Senior Adult Registration Dates.
Learn more about Enrollment Services.
Set up Accounts and Prepare for Classes
Explore additional resources to make sure your LCCC experience is a success.
MyCampus is the online tool for LCCC students to registration for classes, access grades and much more.
Learn more about MyCampus.
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.
Canvas is the online Learning Management System used in most classes, especially online and blended classes.
Learn more about canvas.
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.
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.
Your textbooks and supplies can be purchased in Commodore Books & More in LCCC's College Center.
Learn more about the bookstore.
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.
If you have a disability and require assistance or accommodations, please contact Accessibility Services.
- 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.
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.