⚠LCC is operating - we're just doing things differently.
To help stop the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), access to buildings will be restricted to faculty and staff from March 20 - May 4. Spring quarter starts April 20. - Learn More.
Our new system is now available for students! Check your email for account activation information. After activating your account using the 'First Time User' process, log in to ctcLink for online transactions including registration, adding and dropping classes, paying tuition and fees online, and more!
Need assistance? Join us in the Virtual Welcome Center.
The One-Stop Center provides one-on-one assistance to new and returning students who are going through the admissions process at Lower Columbia College. The center also provides continued service to students who have general questions about LCC, need help completing their financial aid application, understanding their financial aid award, applying for scholarships, registering for classes, and connecting with resources.
Not sure who can help with your question?
One-Stop Center staff can help!
Get personalized support beginning the process of
enrolling at Lower Columbia College.
Staff are available to assist students in applying for financial aid and scholarships. FInancial aid and scholarship workshops are also available throughout the year. Check back for more details!
Need a copy of your current class schedule? Stop by the center and print one out.
Have you met with an advisor and need help registering for your classes? Stop by the center for assistance.
Students are required to have a parking pass in their vehicle, if they are parking in LCC's parking lots. Parking passes are free, unless they are needing to be replaced, in which they cost $19.
To pick up your parking pass, please bring the following:
All students are required to have a Student ID Card, while on campus. New students will get their ID cards during Advising and Registration, through the New Student Orientation process. Replacement cards cost $10 and can be paid at the Cashier's office.
Stop by the center with the following:
Staff can help you determine whether you need to take the placement exams. Simply bring your transcripts to the One-Stop Center for initial review.
Meet the staff who are helping students in the One-Stop Center.