Admission and Enrollment Checklist
If you intend to begin your college education at LCCC and later transfer your credits to another college or university, the checklist below includes all the steps you’ll need to take to apply, enroll, and prepare for classes at LCCC. (If that doesn’t describe you, find your application and enrollment process)
If you plan to earn at least a bachelor’s degree, LCCC is a great place for you to begin college and explore your career options affordably.
Our University Partnership is also a great option. It offers students the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree right here on LCCC’s campus.
As soon as you get an idea of which college or university you’d like to transfer to, be sure to meet with an advisor from that college to discuss the transferability of your LCCC credits. It is very important that you work closely with that university as you select and complete your LCCC coursework.
As part of the application process, you will be asked to select your major. If you are unsure, our Career Services team offers help deciding which career or major is the best fit for you.
Complete the LCCC Application if you have never applied or have never completed an LCCC credit course.
Have an official copy of your high school or GED transcript sent to the LCCC records office. To request GED transcripts, visit: http://www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/gedrequest-a-transcript. If you previously attended any other college or university, transcripts must be requested from each institution.
MyCampus is the online tool for LCCC students to register for classes, access grades and much more.
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.
If you have a disability and require assistance or accommodations, please contact Accessibility Services.
The placement assessment will help your advisor or counselor place you in classes that are appropriate for you.
The new student orientation gives you all of the information you need to get started at LCCC. It is recommended that all new students take the orientation on-campus with a trained instructor.
The College Student Inventory is accessed in MyCampus. This step may be completed as part of the New Student Orientation.
Financial help is available in the form of grants, loans, scholarships and other sources. There are lots of ways to pay for college. If you need financial assistance to pay your tuition, we may be able to help.
All new students must meet with an advisor or counselor to schedule the first semester’s classes.
Discuss your plans for transfer with your advisor our counselor. Your advisor can help you select classes that are likely transfer to another college or university.
Canvas is the online Learning Management System used in most classes, especially online and blended classes.
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.
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.
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.
Your textbooks and supplies can be purchased in Commodore Books & More in LCCC’s College Center.
Be familiar with how to determine how much you owe and the options for paying your tuition. These options are available in MyCampus.
Health Care and Education Admission Requirements
Many of our programs in the Health and Wellness and the Education Pathways have special admission requirements in addition to LCCC’s traditional application process. Please refer to your Program and Career Pathway program page for additional admission requirements