Student Engagement FAQs

  • What should my role be as my student transitions to college?
    We encourage parents to take on the role of supporter, mentor and coach. Help your student understand that they need to advocate for themselves. Encourage your student to meet with their assigned advisor every semester, be aware of college deadlines, and to seek help when needed. Also, students who get involved on campus report a more positive college experience and are more successful. Encourage your student to get involved!
  • Does my student need a parking sticker?
    Yes, your student should get a parking sticker for main campus. All students are encouraged to have a registration sticker displayed on the rear window of their car (students may register more than one car). The sticker number enables public safety officers to identify and notify the vehicle’s owner in case of any problem with the vehicle. Parking stickers are available from the Public Safety Office in the Student Services Center.
  • If students want to find a job on campus, where should they look?
    On-campus jobs are posted on the LCCC Cougar CLAW as well as on the bulletin board located outside of the Career Development Center in SSC 4.  Students can create a Cougar CLAW account by clicking on the "jobs" tab in their myLCCC account.
    Applications are available in the Career Development Center.  The minimum qualifications for on-campus employment are a 2.0 GPA, taking at least 6 credits during the semester for which the student is hired, and must have completed a FAFSA for the current academic year.
  • What help is available for students to find internships and jobs?
    Students seeking part-time, full-time, seasonal jobs or internship opportunities can receive assistance from the Career Development Center.  Multiple resources are available depending on the individual's needs.  Appointments are recommended and can be scheduled by calling 610-799-1090.  
  • What clubs and organizations are available on campus?
    With over 20 of clubs, honors societies, and the Student Government Association we know your student will find something that sparks their interest.  The Office of Student Life provides a variety of programming throughout the year and welcomes suggestions from students.  Check out the Spring 2018 Clubs here.
  • What kind of recreation activities are available on campus?
    There is a Wellness Center at the main campus that is free for students to use with a valid LCCC ID. The Wellness Center is equipped with state-of-the-art fitness equipment. The CougarCade has three pool tables, table tennis, board games and Xbox 360. Intramural sports include: Volleyball, Basketball, Flag Football, Table Tennis, Dodgeball, Pickleball, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Wiffleball, Softball, Walking Club, Running Club, Fitness Challenge, Billiards Tournaments, Mini Golf Tournaments, 3v3 Basketball Tournaments, Table Tennis Tournaments, and much more. 
  • What intercollegiate sports are available?
    LCCC is a member of the NJCAA, Region 19 and a member of EPAC (Easter Pennsylvania Athletic Conference). Students can participate in:
    • Men's and Women's Soccer
    • Men's and Women's Basketball
    • Women's Volleyball 
    • Golf 
    • Baseball 
    • Softball
    More information on our athletic program can be found here