Welcome to Lassen Community College Admissions and Records.
Whether your are new to LCC, continuing to complete your educational goals, upgrading your job skills, or taking classes for personal development, LCC can help you achieve your goals.
Admissions and Records can assist you in class registration and accessing your educational records.
We recognize that deadlines and regulations can impact the progress students make and we are available to answer questions and direct students to the correct resources or offices.
Admissions and Records is located in the Student Services Building room VT 116.
We are available via email, fax, and phone:
New Students must complete the new student application, go to http://www.lassencollege.edu/ : Just click on the link.
Returning students who have not taken courses the previous year need to complete an updated application in CCCApply. Returning students who miss one primary semester are only required to update their personal information on WebAdvisor.
NOTICE OF PRIORITY REGISTRATION GUIDELINES
Beginning in fall of 2014 students who are placed on academic or progress probation level 1 or 2, or who have completed over 100 units will not be eligible for priority registration. Priority groups: active-duty military and veterans and current and former foster youth and Cal WORKS participants will continue to have first call on courses, as well as the students in Extended Opportunity Programs and Services and Disabled Students Programs and Services.
The California Community Colleges Board of Governors approved changes that will establish system-wide enrollment priorities designed to ensure classes are available for students seeking job training, degree attainment or transfer and to reward students who make progress toward their educational goals.
Students are encouraged to meet with a counselor. A counselor will be able to advise you on your educational progress and will identify the steps to take to ensure your success at Lassen Community College. We encourage students to take advantage of this opportunity to help improve progress toward your educational goals. Students nearing the unit cap should carefully plan their remaining courses.
Admissions and Records (530) 251-8808
Counseling (530) 251-8842
Admissions & Records
Office Phone: 530.251.8808
Office Location: Student Services Building
Apply for Admission
New Student On-line Orientation
Money Matters - Fees
2013 - 2014 Academic Calendar
2013 - 2014 Course Catalog
Summer 2014 Important Dates
Fall 2014 Important Dates
Select Student Population:
Alternate Time Petition
California Residency Application
Change of Major/Ed. Goal
Charge Card Authorization
International Student Application
Incomplete Grade Form
Nursing Prerequisite Flyer
Nursing Program Application
Pass/No Pass Card
Senior Citizen Scholarship Foundation
Transcript Request Form
Transportation Maintenance Allowance