Academic Advising

Advising Walk-ins Walk-In Wednesdays - A 15-minute session ideal for quick questions
  • Discuss class selection, add/drop courses, change of major, resolve scheduling conflicts or address time-sensitive questions
  • First-come, first-served basis 
Walk-In Wednesday wait times may be longer during the two weeks before and after a semester starts.

Selecting a program of study and appropriate college courses may be the most important tasks in the college experience. The choices a student makes will greatly influence their satisfaction with the college, performance in classes, persistence in college, graduation, entrance into a four- year school, and eventually a career. Advisors and counselors are available to assist students with these decisions by providing information regarding policies and procedures at LCCC. Students who are experiencing academic difficulty are encouraged to speak with an advisor or counselor to discuss their options.

Advisors are assigned to students by schools at LCCC. It is important that you meet with the advisor within your school as they have the most up-to-date information and best understanding of your program of study. Students who are in a pre-health program, the general studies program or are undecided are assigned to advisors in the advising center. 

All newly admitted students are required to meet with an academic advisor prior to enrollment. The advisor will review transcripts of previous college work, assessment test results, the student's academic, career, and personal goals, as well as the requirements of the student's program of study. With this information, the advisor will help the student make the most appropriate course selections.

Advising and counseling services provide a dedicated and developing collaborative relationship with students in support of their educational, career and personal goals. A wide variety of services and workshops are offered for students to strengthen their academic achievement and provide a support structure.

Academic Advising Services for Online/Distance Education Students

As an online student at LCCC your success is important to us.  The Academic Advising Services staff strives to provide and connect students with the resources needed to be successful in their education. As advisors, we are responsible for helping guide students toward academic success, providing assistance and referring students to services, resources, and helping students understand their responsibilities. The LCCC Advisors provide advising support to online students. We are here to help you connect with your advisor and to address questions and concerns you may have. Whenever you have a question or concern, any member of the Advising team may assist you.
You have the support of the whole team. Please email us at or call us at 610-799-1137

As an online student your responsibilities include monitoring your academic progress, understanding your degree requirements and university policies, participating in all classes, balancing study, work, and social time, using university resources to help you succeed, and working with your advisor to explore educational options or address concerns. All students are assigned advisors based on their declared major or being undecided. Non-degree seeking students are not assigned a specific advisor. They are advised by any advisor in the Academic Advising and/or Counseling Services office.
Contact the Advising Office
VisitStudent Services Center, Room 124
Mon - Thur - 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Call/Fax Ph: 610-799-1137