Completing the admissions process is the second step towards becoming an LCC student. For assistance with the process please contact a Veterans Services representative listed at the bottom of this page.
After completing your Placement test you will be scheduled to attend New Student Orientation. This is a mandatory orientation for all new students.
New students will receive assistance with registration and other tasks during New Student Orientation. Advisors will help you register for your classes and provide necessary enrollment related information and instructions.
Please bring your program planners and placement test scores. Prepare yourself ahead of time by browsing the class schedule, and mapping out the time you have available for class, work and studying.
If you do not bring your class schedule to the Veteran Services window, you will not be certified through the VA to receive benefits.
It is optional, but strongly recommended that you apply for Financial Aid
Financial Aid does not count your GI Bill as income against you, meaning you may still qualify for financial aid grants. Note: grants are not the same as loans
Please be aware of all financial aid deadlines listed on the Academic Calendar.
For assistance with the FAFSA or other financial aid processes please see Career and Employment Services located in the Admissions Center. Appointments are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome during regular business hours.
Thank you for your service to our country. Assistance is provided to veterans and veteran dependent students at the Veterans Services window located in the Admissions Center during regular business hours. Alternatively, please contact any of the individuals listed below for information about veteran admission and VA benefits procedures, or for veteran support services.
For general inquiries, GI Bill Applications, etc.
Mary Kate Morgan, Director, Disability Support Services & Special Populations
Lisa Wilkinson, VA Coordinator/SCO
Connie O'Brien-Larsen, Vet Corps Navigator