Current high school students who have completed the equivalent of tenth grade may enroll in college credit courses at LCCC. Get a head start on your college career at a reduced rate and take college classes while still in high school.
LCCC is the most popular choice for high school graduates. Low cost cuts college debt without sacrificing quality. We have a lot of activities and sports programs, tutoring and counseling areas, plus career and transfer assistance.
Welcome Back! We've missed you. You've already started your college career - that's great! Let us help you get back on track to getting your dream job. We will be with you every step of the way.
As an adult learner, you may be an experienced student or returning to learning after time away. Almost half of our students are not directly coming from high school. Our adult learner population brings a wealth of experience to the classrooms.
If you are switching schools and want to attend community college, our admissions and counseling staff will help make your transition as smooth as possible. We'll also assist you to map out your future here at LCCC.
Want to lessen your course load next semester? Or maybe you just want to get ahead? Whatever the reason, LCCC can help! We have many convenient and transferrable courses to choose from. We welcome you and look forward to working with you.
Welcome veterans and thank you for your service. Luzerne County Community College is approved for the education and training of Veterans of the armed services. We have staff dedicated to assist you and offer the flexibility you may need.
Students enrolling in LCCC's health sciences programs have specialized admissions requirements for enrollment. Check out these important steps for a smooth admission process.
LCCC takes great pride in welcoming international students from around the world. We welcome your contribution of culture, language, and varying perspectives. We hope you decide choose our college to learn!
LCCC offers free training for the student who needs to pass the actual GED exam as well as improve basic workplace & technology skills. The curriculum is based on the College and Career Readiness Standards.
The Adult Learners' Training and Assistance (ALTA) Program has free classes to help adults improve their basic reading, writing, and math skills; prepare to take a high school equivalency test such as GED or HiSet; and increase their English language skills (ESL).