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Final Exams: December 7-9

The semester is coming to a close and finals are right around the corner.

Not sure when your exams are?

Check the Exam Schedule

Register today for spring courses

Registration for spring courses is open!  How is your schedule stacking up?  If you haven’t already registered for classes next semester, now is the time!

Spring Schedule

Scholarships Available

LCC awards over $130,000 in institutional scholarships every year. Apply today!

 

Scholarship Page

 


Announcements

Course Schedule

Plan your next semester with LCC’s course schedule Lamar Community College’s course schedule can help you explore your options for the current or upcoming semester. Check out the available course offerings in the schedules listed below. Current students: Be sure to set up a meeting with your adviser to plan your upcoming semester and make sure…

LCC Recognized as Top Online Associates Program in Colorado for 2016-2017

Affordable Colleges Online, a leading resource for online learning and college affordability information, has released its ranking for the 2016-2017 Best Online Colleges in Colorado. According to a recent study by the National Center for Education Statistics, over 70,000 students in Colorado are enrolled exclusively in distance education courses. “We wanted to highlight the schools in…

Student Satisfaction Survey

Lamar Community College and the Colorado Community College System are continually striving to better serve the needs of our students.  To do this, we are looking for input from our students.  Please take a few minutes to complete our Student Satisfaction Survey. If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Medina at 719.336.1521 or jessica.medina@lamarcc.edu.

Important Information for Transfer Students

Transfer Students: If you borrowed student loans at another college, your student loan eligibility could be affected when you enroll at LCC.  Please read more and contact the LCC Office of Financial Aid to evaluate your options.

Sign up for the College Opportunity Fund (COF)

Why pay more for your college education? The College Opportunity Fund, or “stipend,” is money set aside by the state to invest in your education. Currently, you’ll save $75 per semester credit hour when you sign up, and that adds up to BIG $$. To be eligible, you must be a qualified Colorado resident. Sign…