Dental Practice Management
Emergency Medical Services
Hospitality Business Management
Pastry Arts Management
Advertising / Graphic Design
Architectural Engineering Technology
Audio/ Visual Communications
Automated Manufacturing Systems Tech
Aviation Professional Pilot
Building Maintenance Technology
Computer Aided Drafting & Design Tech
Computer Graphics / New Media
Computer Systems Technology
Cyber Security Management
Diesel Truck Technology
Electrical Construction Technology
Electronic Engineering Technology
Engineering Design & Manufacturing
Fire Science Technology
Interior Design Technology
Music Recording Technology
Nuclear Engineering Technology
Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning
Sustainable Energy Technology
Computer Information Systems
Legal Assisting (Paralegal)
Medical Office Specialist
Medical Transcription Specialist
Medical Reimbursement and Coding Specialist
Office Information Technology
Web Development Technology
Upon completion of the Accuplacer placement test or evidence of an SAT score of 500 or higher in math and verbal, the student will receive information on an RSVP Orientation/ Registration session. Sessions are conducted April through August for the fall semester and November and December for the spring semester.
The Orientation / Registration session is conducted to acquaint you with the College's community, programs, policies and services. Your counselor will provide you with course recommendations for the upcoming semester and help you formulate your schedule based on course offerings, your personal schedule, and your career and academic goals.
Students entering the College are assigned a Counselor for academic advisement.
Presently enrolled students are encouraged to meet with their Counselor on an appointment basis or come to the walk-in advisement / registration sessions.
Advising is a process that evolves over time. As you know, all new LCCC students meet with a Counselor to review placement testing and to register for classes. This begins the advising relationship between student and Counselor.
There are students who access their counselor or faculty advisor often to seek guidance with questions and concerns. Some students are more definite of their educational direction and make decisions independently. And yet others do need the guidance of a Counselor or Faculty Advisor due to academic difficulty or struggles with decision making skills, or because they are at-risk.
Since students needs vary a great deal, the Counseling and Academic Advising Department guidelines for Advisement / Registration are as follows: Currently attending students who have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and have earned 15 or more college credits (and are not listed below) may self-advise and register online through Web Advisor.
The following students receive additional support services and therefore to meet with their Counselor or Faculty Advisor each semester, to register for classes.
Students may access their academic information (transcript, academic evaluation and class schedules) on WebAdvisor. These students are welcome to see their counselor or faculty advisor each semester to discuss their educational plans.
Please note that students are responsible for their own course selection and are strongly advised to follow the published program requirements and to inquire about the transferability of courses to four-year institutions.
There may be times when you need to talk with someone, particularly if your personal issues or responsibilities are interfering with your academic progress. We provide counseling support to help you work through personal challenges that may get in the way of your academic progress. We can also refer you to appropriate community resources if you are seeking long term counseling support or need additional assistance. We offer one on one counseling, web based counseling tips, and mental health information and resources to promote your wellness while you pursue your academic and career goals at LCCC.
Faculty members refer students to counseling who may be having academic difficulties or personal problems that may be interfering with their academic success. Counselors will contact students for an individual appointment via email or telephone to discuss their situation and assist them in resolving or dealing with the problem area. Students are always welcome to contact their Counselor for an individual appointment to discuss any concerns or problems.
Be an active participant in the student/counselor relationship by: