Scroll below for answers to questions that students frequently ask at the beginning of every quarter.
Click any question to reveal the answer.
Don't miss an important date or deadline!
Click the link to 'Get my student schedule'. You will need your Student ID and Global PIN.
Buy books in person or order them online. Save money with AER, Verba Compare, and Red Shelf e-Books.
Scroll to the instructor's name and click 'detail'. You will be able to see their phone number, office location, office hours and winter quarter class schedule.
Click the 'Choose a Building' drop down and select a building, or click the building name on the map, to see floor layouts and room numbers.
See the Student Handbook for information about refund dates and deadlines. (Select the link for 'Adding and Withdrawing from Classes' from the left side-navigation)
Get an unofficial copy of your grades at the end of any quarter, or anytime you need an unofficial transcript.
Access instructions on the Transcript web page at
Order an official copy of your transcript through the National Student Clearinghouse.
Access instructions on the Official Transcript web page at
Students who have earned credits at another institution, and intend to transfer them towards a degree or certificate at Lower Columbia College, need to request an official transcript from that institution, and complete Lower Columbia College's transcript evaluation form.
All new LCC students are provided with an identification (ID) card. ID cards are required for campus services such as the library, computer labs and testing centers. Student ID cards are available in the LCC Bookstore. The ID card is NOT issued quarterly; it is valid for the duration of the student’s time at LCC. The charge for a replacement ID card is listed at Tuition and Fees.
All LCC students are provided with a parking permit each year at no charge once tuition arrangements have been made. Permits are valid for the entire academic year (fall through summer). Students must display this permit in their vehicle when parking on campus.
Permits can be picked up at Cashiering in Admissions. Student ID and license plate number required.
Parking lots are monitored. The fine for parking illegally on campus is $40. Cars will be towed if parked illegally in fire lanes, disabled parking spaces, or locations with warning signs. For more information see Parking Lots.
The charge for a replacement parking permit is listed at Tuition & Fees.
Please make sure your have updated your current mailing address.
In the event of a weather closure or other campus emergency, all available communication channels will be used to post information and updates. A list of these channels, along with important emergency information, is listed at Emergency Handbook/Crisis Communication Procedure.
Your report will route to the appropriate personnel, who will respond to your concerns in a timely and as private a manner as possible.
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