Register Now for Late-Start Fall Semester Classes

There is still time to register for late-start spring semester classes at Lorain County Community College. Seats are available in courses that begin on Mondays, Feb. 19, March 19 and April 2.

More than 200 sections of courses are offered in more than 40 subjects and many are offered online. Registration for late-start sessions is limited to nine credit hours. Overload permission is necessary to take more. A full list of late-start classes can be found at http://www.lorainccc.edu/latestart.

Students are encouraged to take 15 credit hours each semester to finish on time. Adding a late-start class is an easy way to fill out a schedule. When students take 13 credits hours in a semester, five more credits are free that same semester, saving students money and helping them reach a degree faster.

Registration may be completed over the phone by calling (440) 366-4067 or (800) 995-5222 extension 4032. Registration may be completed in person at LCCC’s Enrollment Services office on the first floor of the Bass Library/Community Resource Center.

Registration may also be completed in person at any of the LCCC Learning Centers:
LCCC University Partnership Ridge Campus, 32121 Lorain Road, North Ridgeville; (440) 366-4800
LCCC Wellington Center, 151 Commerce Drive, Wellington; (440) 647-1776
LCCC Lorain Learning Center at City Center, 201 W. Erie, Lorain; (440) 233-7240
LCCC Community Learning Center at Lorain High School, 2600 Ashland Ave., Lorain; (440) 233-2302

Financial Aid Notice
Tuesday, Jan. 30 is the last day to register for fall term (including late-start classes) using Pell Grant funds to cover the cost of the classes. Any classes added after Jan. 30 cannot be included in Pell Grant funding.

Register Now for Late-Start Fall Semester Classes

There is still time to register for late-start spring semester classes at Lorain County Community College. Seats are available in courses that begin on Mondays, Feb. 19, March 19 and April 2.

More than 200 sections of courses are offered in more than 40 subjects and many are offered online. Registration for late-start sessions is limited to nine credit hours. Overload permission is necessary to take more. A full list of late-start classes can be found at http://www.lorainccc.edu/latestart.

Students are encouraged to take 15 credit hours each semester to finish on time. Adding a late-start class is an easy way to fill out a schedule. When students take 13 credits hours in a semester, five more credits are free that same semester, saving students money and helping them reach a degree faster.

Registration may be completed over the phone by calling (440) 366-4067 or (800) 995-5222 extension 4032. Registration may be completed in person at LCCC’s Enrollment Services office on the first floor of the Bass Library/Community Resource Center.

Registration may also be completed in person at any of the LCCC Learning Centers:
LCCC University Partnership Ridge Campus, 32121 Lorain Road, North Ridgeville; (440) 366-4800
LCCC Wellington Center, 151 Commerce Drive, Wellington; (440) 647-1776
LCCC Lorain Learning Center at City Center, 201 W. Erie, Lorain; (440) 233-7240
LCCC Community Learning Center at Lorain High School, 2600 Ashland Ave., Lorain; (440) 233-2302

Financial Aid Notice
Tuesday, Jan. 30 is the last day to register for fall term (including late-start classes) using Pell Grant funds to cover the cost of the classes. Any classes added after Jan. 30 cannot be included in Pell Grant funding.

Register Now for Late-Start Fall Semester Classes

There is still time to register for late-start spring semester classes at Lorain County Community College. Seats are available in courses that begin on Mondays, Feb. 19, March 19 and April 2.

More than 200 sections of courses are offered in more than 40 subjects and many are offered online. Registration for late-start sessions is limited to nine credit hours. Overload permission is necessary to take more. A full list of late-start classes can be found at http://www.lorainccc.edu/latestart.

Students are encouraged to take 15 credit hours each semester to finish on time. Adding a late-start class is an easy way to fill out a schedule. When students take 13 credits hours in a semester, five more credits are free that same semester, saving students money and helping them reach a degree faster.

Registration may be completed over the phone by calling (440) 366-4067 or (800) 995-5222 extension 4032. Registration may be completed in person at LCCC’s Enrollment Services office on the first floor of the Bass Library/Community Resource Center.

Registration may also be completed in person at any of the LCCC Learning Centers:
LCCC University Partnership Ridge Campus, 32121 Lorain Road, North Ridgeville; (440) 366-4800
LCCC Wellington Center, 151 Commerce Drive, Wellington; (440) 647-1776
LCCC Lorain Learning Center at City Center, 201 W. Erie, Lorain; (440) 233-7240
LCCC Community Learning Center at Lorain High School, 2600 Ashland Ave., Lorain; (440) 233-2302

Financial Aid Notice
Tuesday, Jan. 30 is the last day to register for fall term (including late-start classes) using Pell Grant funds to cover the cost of the classes. Any classes added after Jan. 30 cannot be included in Pell Grant funding.

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