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Resumption Date for Lorain County Community College after COVID-19

Resumption Date for Lorain County Community College after COVID-19

 Lorain County Community College, (LCCC) America, the management of the university due to COVID-19 outbreak has been drawn to the notification of rescheduling of activities. the fresh and returning students are hereby advice the to follow the new process. read through. Programme

 

Resumption Date for Lorain County Community College

However, If and when the authority of the Lorain County Community College make changes on the previous students academic calendar will also reflect on this page. keep checking for the new update.

Student academic calendar 2020 session

Spring semester second five-week classes end (including final examination)

Sunday April 05, 2020

Last day for 100 percent refund for spring semester third five-week courses

Sunday April 05, 2020

Spring semester third five-week classes begin

Monday April 06, 2020

Last day for schedule adjustments for third five-week classes **

Tuesday April 07, 2020

Senior adult learner registration spring semester third five-week term*

Wednesday April 08, 2020

Last day for 80 percent refund for spring semester third five-week classes

Wednesday April 08, 2020

Last day to choose audit option for spring semester third five-week classes ***

Thursday April 09, 2020

Last day for 40 percent refund for spring semester third five-week classes

Friday April 10, 2020

Last day to choose Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory option for spring semester full-term classes ****
This date has been adjusted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to allow additional time for students to adjust to remote course delivery.

Thursday April 16, 2020

Last day to choose Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory option for spring semester 10-week classes ****
This date has been adjusted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to allow additional time for students to adjust to remote course delivery.

Thursday April 16, 2020

Last day to choose Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory option for spring semester second eight-week classes ****

Friday April 17, 2020

Last day to complete withdrawal from classes and receive a W for spring semester (10-week classes) ******

Friday April 24, 2020

Last day to choose Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory option for spring semester third five-week classes ****

Friday April 24, 2020

Last day to complete withdrawal from classes and receive a W for spring semester second eight-week classes and third five-week classes ******

Friday May 01, 2020

Last day to complete withdrawal from classes and receive a W for spring semester full-term classes ******
This date has been adjusted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to allow additional time for students to adjust to remote course delivery.

Friday May 01, 2020

Spring semester full-term, 10-week, second eight-week, and third five-week classes end (follow regular examination schedule)

Friday May 08, 2020

Final examination period (Final Exam Schedule)

 

Saturday May 09 – 15, 2020

Spring semester ends

Friday May 15, 2020

Commencement

Saturday May 16, 2020

Summer semester financial aid begins in the bookstore

Thursday May 21, 2020

Last day for 100 percent refund for summer first-term courses (5A, 10-week and 12-week)

Monday May 25, 2020

Admissions and Enrollment

New Student Enrollment Process

If you are a student who has never applied to LCCC or completed a credit course, the steps below are everything you need to do to apply, enroll, and prepare for classes at LCCC. This process is best for those who have recently graduated from high school.

Apply for Admission

  1. Complete the Application for Admission and submit to Enrollment Services or Records Office.
  2. Submit the following document to the Enrollment Services or Records Office:
    • A copy of your I-797 Notice of Action from USCIS for your I-821D application for Deferred Action status.

Please allow five business days for processing after a complete application and supporting documentation are submitted for an admission decision. If your deferred action and employment authorization document (EAD) have already expired or the DACA application is still pending, you may apply for admission, but you will not be considered for Ohio residency classification and your tuition fees will be calculated at the out-of-state tuition rate.

Residency Status for Tuition Surcharge

Follow these steps to demonstrate your residency status and qualify for in-state tuition:

  1. Complete all necessary steps for admission to the college (above).
  2. Complete all necessary steps for enrollment (above).
  3. Submit Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Residency Application and all required supporting documents listed below to the Records Office:
    • DACA Residency Application
    • Copy of I-797 Notice of Action document indicating Deferred Action granted
    • Copy of Driver’s License or State ID
  4. Wait for the official result. No further action required if approved.

If residency is granted, the in-state tuition rate will be valid until the expiry date of your DACA status, at which time you can submit new documentation to be considered for an extension of the in-state tuition rate.

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Financial Aid information

DACA students are not eligible for any Federal Government financial aid program (i.e. Pell Grants, student loans, Federal Work Study). However, you are encouraged to apply for LCCC and other scholarships.  You are also eligible to apply for student employment opportunities on campus at our Career Services Office located in the Bass Library Building.

 

Fields of study

Please be aware that DACA students may face barriers in completing certain programs of study. For example, programs that require a practicum or licensure may be restricted based on Ohio law to U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Once you have been admitted to LCCC, contact your academic advisor to discuss your options.

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International Student Admissions

Persons holding immigrant status such as permanent resident, refugee, or asylum, may apply for admission for any enrollment term. Please use the LCCC domestic application.

A non-immigrant student is one who is a citizen of a country other than the United States, who is authorized to remain in the United States for a temporary period as an F-1, J-1, or H-4 visa student and who intends to return to his or her home country.

LCCC is authorized by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Citizenship Enforcement Services to issue the required Certificate of Eligibility for F-1 students (also known as the Form I-20) as well as the J-1 Exchange Visitor visa (also known as the Form DS-2019). New students will be considered for January (Spring), and August (Fall) semesters. Returning/Current students may also attend June (Summer) semester. F-1 and J-1 visa students must retain full time (12 or more credit hours) status at all times and remain in good academic standing.

 

1) LCCC International Student Application Form

  • The application must be filled in completely. You must include the complete street address of your residence in your home country (a post office box is not acceptable), home country telephone number, email address as well as a contact number of any local relative or sponsor in the United States.
  • Include your educational history in the correct section. Be sure to include the name, location, and dates of attendance of your secondary (or high school), as well as any post-secondary, university-level, or English language training.
  • The application must be signed and dated by the student applicant.

 

2) School Records

  • You should submit official, certified school records – NOT PHOTOCOPIES. In most cases, you must submit documents issued by the school, the ministry of education, the government or official office responsible for issuing school records. In the event that you cannot provide an original document, then a certified true copy may be submitted. If the documents are issued in English, you can submit these; otherwise you must also provide an official English translation.
  • You must prove successful secondary school completion (such as school grade report, diploma, graduation document or secondary exam certificate results). Secondary school completion typically means at least 12 years of education. Submit your final year grade report and exam results.
  • Include post-secondary, university-level, or English language study information, educational records and/or grade reports.

 

3) Proof of Financial Eligibility

  • Students must have adequate funds to cover all expenses for the first full year of study at LCCC and must be able to demonstrate such to the American Consular officer who will consider your visa application.
    • Approximately $18,550 US is required for each year of study. No financial aid, grants, or loans are available from LCCC. Students should not expect nor require employment income.
    • The International Student Financial Form (included in the LCCC International Student Application Form) must be completed and submitted along with an original bank letter from the sponsor’s bank or financial institution which includes the location of the bank, sponsor’s account information converted into US dollars, and which is signed by a bank official. Financial documentation must be less than six months old.
  • If the sponsor is an American citizen or Permanent Resident, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services form I-134 should be completed and notarized.

 

4) Passport and Visa information

  • Submit a photocopy of the passport signature page, showing the validity dates and expiration date of your passport.
  • If the applicant is currently in the United States:
    • Submit photocopies of the visa documents, the visa stamp inside the passport, and a copy of your I-94 document
    • Submit school information, a photocopy of your I-20, and a grade or attendance report if you are attending another institution.

 

5) English Language Ability

If English is NOT your first language, you will be required to submit the results of an English language proficiency examination such as: TOEFLibt, IELTS, EIKEN, or ITEP.

  • Students who have earned a minimum score of 173 on the computer-based TOEFL test (or 500 on the paper-pencil test, 61 IBT, 1051 GTEC CBT, 2A on EIKEN) may be considered for regular admission and must sit for the Accuplacer Placement Examination upon arrival at LCCC and prior to enrollment in classes.
  • Students who have earned at least 133-170 on the computer-based TOEFL test (or 450 on the paper-pencil test, 46 IBT, less than 2A on EIKEN) may be considered for English as a Second Language study prior to, or concurrently with a limited number of credit courses.
  • Minimum IELTS score is 5
  • Minimum ITEP score is 3
  • Minimum GTEC CBT score is 901
  • Minimum EIKEN score is 2

 

6) Essay

Submit a brief, personally written essay describing your previous English experiences and/or your academic goals in the United States. This may be handwritten or typed.

We ask that you download, print, and complete the forms; then scan them and return them by email to: myates@lorainccc.edu. They may also be faxed to: 01-440-366-4213.

Once the completed application packet and supporting documents have been received, the International Initiatives office will, upon acceptance, send you the I-20 Certificate of Eligibility or the DS-2019, which allows you to apply for your F-1 or J-1 visa. The I-20 or DS-2019 form (along with appropriate instructions) will be sent to you by courier service.

 

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