If your future plans include a college education, you can still get started this semester at Lassen Community College. LCC provides outstanding programs for those pursuing their higher education goals, including an associate’s degree or certificate or the first two years of study toward a bachelor’s or graduate degree.
In an effort to better serve students in our community, the college has extended its student services and registration deadlines. The admissions, financial aid, dean’s offices and counseling center will be open from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. now through Jan. 11 and again Jan. 16 through Jan. 18 to get students registered and into classes.
LCC’s programs and degrees include administration of justice, agriculture, allied health, anthropology, art, automotive technology, biological science, business, child development, English, fire technology, geology, graphic design, gunsmithing, history, human services, kinesiology, nutrition and dietetics, physical education, political science, psychology, social science, sociology, vocational nursing, welding technology and more. Each year approximately 300 students earn degrees or certificates from LCC. Students may enroll to attend classes on campus, but they also may enroll in off-campus distance education courses as well.
Financial assistance and grants are available for those in need, and local high school graduates may qualify for a grant from the Lassen College Foundation. The college also offers work experience programs, and there are sports programs for those with a desire to compete athletically. LCC also provides a cafeteria and library as well as student government and a variety of campus life opportunities.
Classes at LCC begin Jan. 16. Call the college at 257-6181 to get started now.