Summer 2019 Activities & Events

LCCC wants to make sure that you are aware of the events that your student should participate in - as well as the event that all parents are encouraged to attend. If you have any questions about these events and activities, please email us at

New Student Advising & Registration Sessions:
All new students must attend a New Student Advising & Registration session in order to register for their fall classes. Students must have placement testing completed or exemptions submitted prior to their selected date. Students can access the signup form under Simple Steps to Registration

Parent & Family Orientation:
Parent & Family Orientations are your opportunity to learn about LCCC and how we can work together to help your student be successful. You will have the chance to speak with our service offices and ask any questions that you have. Please sign up to attend Parent & Family Orientation. This event is for parents and families. 

Summer Bridge:
The Summer Bridge is a two-week program where students can work to improve their math and study skills. Information on the program will be sent to students in May. The program runs July 22 - Aug. 1, four days a week (Monday through Thursday) from 9 a.m. to noon. This event is for students.

New Student Convocation:
New Student Convocation is an opportunity for new students to come together prior to the start of the school year. This year's event is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 14 from 1 to 4 p.m. Students will have an opportunity to meet faculty, academic advisors, and new and current students in their major. This is a fun event to kick off the new year. Students will have the opportunity to sign up for New Student Convocation at their Advising & Registration event, or they can email for more information. This event is for students. 

Online Orientation Course:
All new students are enrolled in an online Orientation course. They will go over the course at their Advising & Registration event, and they will have access to the information throughout the school year. It is important that students review the orientation course prior to the start of the new school year.