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LCC Counseling office

Counseling

Academic Counseling

Welcome to the Lassen College Counseling Office!  Our academic counselors are available to assist students with course selection, interpreting assessment results, developing vocational and educational plans, and identifying and solving problems which may interfere with academic progress.

COUNSELING SERVICES

  • Assistance with choosing a major
  • Help with course selection - adding and dropping classes
  • Creating an Education Plan
  • Assistance with accessing academic support services

OFFICE HOURS

Counselors are available for walk-in visits 8:00am - 4:00pm Mon - Fri.   Comprehensive Education Plans require an appointment. The Counseling Office is located in the Student Services Building.

NEW STUDENTS

All the information on how to become a student is on our NEW STUDENTS page. When meeting with a counselor, please bring any transcripts or testing scores you have, so course placement can be determined.

Bring to Counseling:

  • Assessment test from Lassen College or another college
  • High school transcripts and/or transcripts from any other college you have attended (unofficial  is okay)
  • SAT, ACT, AP, or EAP test scores

DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES OFFERED AT LASSEN

Choosing a degree or certificate can be difficult. Meeting with a counselor may help you decide. This list of our DEGREES & CERTIFICATES  will get you started. You can also pick up curriculum guides for every degree/certificate we offer from the racks outside the Counseling Office.

CURRENT STUDENTS

 It's best to meet with your counselor at least once every semester, and more often if you are having academic or personal concerns. Be sure to make an appointment for a comprehensive Education Plan during your 2nd semester.

 More Informaton and FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

EDUCATION PLANS

  • An Education Plan is a semester by semester guide to ensure you are taking all the classes you need to complete your degree or certificate.
  • An Ed Plan prevents you from taking classes you don't need - saving you time and money.
  • A comprehensive Ed Plan should be completed by your second semester at Lassen College.
  • Appointments for Ed Plans are made in Sept/Oct (Fall Semester) and Feb/March (Spring Semester)

​Related Links/Forms

Transfer Center - Transferring to 4-year schools

Graduation - Getting your diploma

List of Degrees

CTE-2+2 forms

Petition to Graduate

Release of Information

Contact Information

Office Phone: 530.251.8842

FAX: 530.251.8885

Email: lcccounseling@lassencollege.edu

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