What You Need To Know
to be a Successful Student
Applicants are encouraged to apply once the decision to enroll has been made. High school seniors should apply in their senior year. The regular academic year begins with Fall Semester; however, applicants may enter most programs at the beginning of any semester.
Submit an official copy of your high school transcript when you apply
The College provides student financial assistance through grants, scholarships, loans, and student employment. Inquiries concerning student aid should be addressed to the Director of Financial Aid.
Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis by a selection committee. Applicants for scholarships must enroll, demonstrate academic promise, participate in school and community activities, and show some financial need. The scholarship application deadline is the first Monday in April each year.
Lenoir Community College offers a variety of College Transfer Programs, Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates.
LCC also offers Evening and Weekend Programs. Evening and weekend courses give students the flexibility to take curriculum and continuing education courses during non-traditional hours in a comfortable classroom setting. The availability of evening and weekend courses give students the opportunity to coordinate employment with college studies.
The mission of LCC’s distance education services is to provide accessible, comprehensive instructional programs for students. All courses have the ability to provide online content. Distance education is designed to meet the needs of a diverse population through flexible, alternative delivery methods such as internet based courses and the North Carolina Information Integrated Network.
The College bookstore is located on main campus in the Student Center. Students can purchase books, supplies, and many other items in the campus bookstore.
The Learning Resource Center, consisting of both the main library and Heritage Place, provide a collection of books, periodicals, audiovisuals, Web-based resources, and other learning materials to support curricular needs as well as to inspire student and faculty interests.
Representing the area’s major workforce agencies, NCWorks Career Centers in Greene, Jones, and Lenoir counties provide comprehensive employment and training services for job seekers, training seekers, and employers in a convenient, one-stop career center.
WIOA is a federally funded program that provides core, intensive, and training services through the local NCWorks Career Center. WIOA offers a mix of employment, training, and job placement services. Participants may access Individual Training Accounts to assist with tuition, fees, books, supplies, and accident insurance.
Work-Based Learning is designed to enable students to earn college credit for working on jobs that are learning experiences and that are related to the curriculum in which they are enrolled. The on-the-job training is a vital component of the total learning experience, supplementing theory learned in the classroom.
The College offers tutors for LCC students, in many subjects on campus. Computer tutorials are also available for independent study. Any LCC student can obtain a tutor simply by asking the instructor for a Referral Form.
Lenoir Community College’s athletic program features many modern facilities. The Student Union facility includes a 1800 seat gymnasium, excellent locker room facilities, a weight room, a gymnastics room, a laundry room, classrooms and offices. In addition to the Student Center, the College has excellent playing fields for baseball.