Still Time to Register for Fall Classes at LRCC - Next Session Starts October 22

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Registration for the Fall Semester at Lakes Region Community College is still in progress for a wide range of “Late Start” classes.  “We know that not everyone can follow traditional college schedules, so we make it easy by offering different start points during the year, said Lakes Region Community College President, Dr. Larissa Baia.  “These other entry points also offer shorter, eight-week classes to help students start making progress towards their degree.”  Classes are scheduled in a variety of subject areas, including English, Humanities, Psychology, Business, Human Services, Computer Technologies, Ethics, Cultural Anthropology, and more (for a complete listing, go to http://www.lrcc.edu/academics/academic-programs).

Students looking to obtain financial aid assistance will still have time to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).  Baia explained, “We work hard to make sure all members of our community have access to classes when they are ready and in formats that are convenient to them.  Our staff and faculty are here to make the process as easy as possible.  Once a prospective student contacts us, our staff will walk them through the process.”  Students interested in taking the next step towards their education should contact Joyce Larson, Director of Enrollment and Onboarding, at 366-5266.

For students unsure of the direction they would like to take, Lakes Region Community College is offering weekly Information Sessions, starting Thursday, October 4.  For a complete listing of programs and times, go to http://www.lrcc.edu/about-lrcc/campus-news/information-sessions-starting-october-4.

Lakes Region Community College offers degrees in 26 program areas, certificates in 34 program areas, and workforce development training for business and industry.  LRCC provides housing options for students, and has transfer agreements with many four-year colleges throughout the region, allowing students to begin their education at an affordable community college, with many transfer options to four-year schools.  Lakes Region Community College is part of the Community College System of New Hampshire.


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