Use this checklist as a guide to enrolling at Luzerne County Community College.
New students are required to take the college placement test after being admitted to the college. Review your Letter of Acceptance from LCCC for placement testing procedures. *You will need to know your social security number in order to take the test. After taking the placement test, students will meet with a counselor to review placement test scores and register for courses. Students may be exempt from the placement test if they have completed English and Math courses at another college or previous college credits or minimum scores of 500 Verbal and 500 Math on SAT exams. Transfer and Readmit students may be exempt from placement testing based upon academic credentials.
COUNSELING AND ACADEMIC ADVISING
After completing the placement testing requirements you are be eligible to meet with a Counselor or Academic Advisor to discuss your educational objectives and plan your course work. Main Campus day students are assigned to a Counselor or Academic Advisor and will be contacted by the Counseling and Academic Advising Office to register for courses. Evening students can meet with an Academic Advisor in Building 5 (Admissions and Administration), Monday - Thursday from 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm, (No appointment necessary). Off-campus students may contact the Off-Campus location to schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor.
Consult with the academic calendar and the Registration Dates/Times PDF for registration dates, times, and information. New students register for classes in person at the Registrar's Office. Returning and transfer students may have the option to register online via WebAdvisor at https://webadvisor.luzerne.edu/. View the Advising Process Guidelines for more information.
Pay your tuition by the due date on your bill. Students will be dropped from classes for non-payment. A tuition payment plan can be set up by contacting the LCCC Business Office. Click HERE for more information.
Refer to your class schedule for dates, times, and locations of your classes.
CREATE STUDENT EMAIL ACCOUNT - Students are required to have an LCCC email address. LCCC will use email to send college information to students. Create your LCCC email account HERE.
WEBADVISOR - WebAdvisor is an online program which offers LCCC students the ability to register for classes, check grades, drop or add courses, see what classes are being offered, apply for graduation, view and print class schedules. Your WebAdvisor account credentials are emailed to you. Click HERE for WebAdvisor.
BOOKSTORE - Purchase textbooks and supplies at the LCCC College Bookstore located in the Campus Center.
STUDENT ID CARDS are available at the Campus Security Office.
PARKING - Students who intend to park a vehicle on campus must register for a parking permit at the Campus Security Office.