LCCC is required by the federal government, under the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, to provide all students and prospective students with specific information about our college. Use the links below to find useful information on LCCC's policies, cost of attendance, academic programs and other topics that should help you make informed choices about your education.
Student Financial Assistance
Information and instructions from LCCC's Financial Aid Office
Get assistance and more information.
Higher educations emergency relief fund for emergency grants to students.
General Institutional Information
This page explains your rights under the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) law.
This federal Department of Education web site allows students to view information that colleges are required to report and allows you to compare colleges on factors such as size, student body characteristics, academic programs, tuition and other costs, athletics and other factors.
Find information on LCCC's services and the forms needed to qualify.
Information about age, race, ethnicity, gender and other characteristics of LCCC students.
Information on per credit and full-time tuition and fees for students living in sponsoring schools districts, non-sponsoring districts in Pennsylvania and out of state.
This interactive tool allows you to enter some basic information about yourself (age, income, etc.) and gives you a rough estimate of how much financial aid you may qualify for and how much it will cost for you to attend LCCC full-time.
How to withdraw from LCCC and special requirements for students who have been awarded financial aid.
Links to calendar of important dates.
LCCC's programs of study are listed here according their school within the college. Find information on programs and requirements, instructional facilities, faculty and more.
Find out about the process of transferring LCCC credits to four-year colleges and universities. Plan ahead to ensure a smooth transition.
LCCC is a fully accredited college. Many of our programs also have earned additional professional accreditation.
Policies for student conduct.
Textbooks and course materials are viewable through LCCC course search.
Health and Safety
Information on LCCC's drug-free campus policies, as well as information on legal sanction for illegal drug use, health risks, and treatment services in the community.
LCCC requires vaccinations for students enrolled in certain programs of study such as healthcare sciences, veterinary technician and early childhood education. Please consult the college catalog to determine if your program requires vaccinations.
Information on the rate at which students continue their education at LCCC and their rates of graduation from LCCC.
Every year, LCCC conducts a survey of our graduates to see how they're doing and ask them if they have found employment and/or transferred to another college or university. This page provides a summary of what we've learned.
LCCC Athletics Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data
Licensure Pass Rates:
A cohort default rate is the percentage of a school's borrowers who enter repayment on certain Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program or William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program loans during a particular federal fiscal year (FY), October 1st to September 30th, and default or meet other specified conditions prior to the end of the second following fiscal year.
Most recent Cohort Default rate for LCCC (FY 2018): 9.6%
National average Cohort Default rate for Community Colleges (FY 2018): 11.5%
Overall national average Cohort Default rate (FY 2018): 7.3%
In the 20-21 academic year approximately 36% of all enrolled students borrowed a student loan.