Classes and programs are affordable, easily transfer to four-year schools and are taught by faculty who are experts in their fields.
If you are like most students, you are probably asking:
What classes or programs are right for me?
Can I afford this?
LCC's average one year (two semesters), full-time enrollment cost is around $4,300 for an in-district resident and $7,800 for an in-state student. At four-year universities, you could be paying upwards of $10,000 a year in tuition alone. A cost comparison is featured below.
LCC offers scholarships, grants, work-study and tuition payment plans to help you fund your education. Learn more ways to cover your education costs at lcc.edu/fa.
What if I'm not comfortable taking classes online?
Online learning may not be everyone's first choice. To address this, LCC has taken extra steps in adapting its online courses for all learning styles. While online learning often takes more discipline, LCC faculty, academic success coaches, professional tutors, Library staff, advisors, and student support staff are dedicated to ensuring your success online. We are with you every step of the way.
Start Here, Transfer There
Prepare for transfer to four-year universities by completing online general education classes at LCC. Highly transferable classes give you a smart start with high-quality online instruction and low tuition rates.
General Transfer Program
- Complete online in four semesters
- Cost $7,786 In-District
Cost $14,557 In-State
- Financial aid and scholarships available
Students who start at LCC, then transfer to a four-year university, often save $13,000 to $30,000** on bachelor's degree programs.
* This estimate is based on the minimum number of billing hours (61) required for the degree, based on registration rates effective Fall 2020, does not include course fees, online fees or books.
** depending on residency, housing options, university tuition and program
Online Degrees and Certificates
Train for your future career online. Choose your major and be on your way to earning in as little as one year.
Continue Your Education
The Admissions Team is ready to help!
Contact the Admissions & Student Engagement Team with any questions, comments or issues you may have. They are enrollment experts who are ready to guide you through the admissions steps and help you discover LCC programs or courses.
New, first-time applicants to LCC should apply online, visit campus and meet with the admissions team in the StarZone at the Downtown Campus. Expert staff will guide you through the admissions processes and help you plan your academic journey.
Applicants who have taken courses or earned degrees from other colleges or universities should apply online, submit transcripts to LCC and meet with an advisor to discuss credit equivalencies.
Active and former military members and their dependents should contact LCC’s Gold Star Status Veterans Affairs Department. Expert staff members help you navigate through complex benefits processes and help you discover college credits earned for serving our country.
Applicants who are admitted into the U.S. in a temporary, non-resident status (any type of visa) are considered international students. Refugees, immigrants or resident aliens (green card) are not considered international students.
High school and home schooled students who are interested in taking LCC courses are considered dual enrolled students. Let us help you get a head start on your college journey.
General Admissions Steps
Apply to LCC
Fill out our admissions application to become an official LCC student!
Activate Your Account
Now that you're in, activate your LCC account to get access to your email and important information from the College.
To activate your account, you will need the LCC Student ID number you received after you applied.
If you haven't already, it's time to upload your high school transcript, SAT or ACT scores, or AP Test scores so that we can help determine your starting place at LCC. If you are not able to get placement levels with these documents, don't worry. You can take our placement tests.
You can check if you currently have levels in reading, writing, and math in the profile tab of your myLCC account.
Upload documents, check testing hours and location, and view sample questions through the testing center website.
What's Your Path?
Take the interests assessment to find program and career pathways that may be right for you. This must be completed before you go to Orientation.
LCC's out-of-this-world orientation will give you information about academic advising, student life, LCC pro tips, and you can even register for classes before you leave!
Online Orientation Directions
Register for Classes
Registration opens May 18
Classes begin August 20 (New classes begin weekly August through October).
Fall 2020 classes will be held in three formats.
You can apply to LCC now before registration opens.
Learn more about LCC programs and the enrollment process by contacting the admissions team.
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