Student-Parent Services and Resources
Here at LCC we strive to provide inclusive, supportive services and resources to students with dependents. We want to help you navigate the challenges of parenting while in school, and assist getting you one step closer to your goals.
Supporting Parenting Students Who Are Changing Their Lives,
Two Generations At A Time
We are a California Community College program serving California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) students and their families by providing educational and career opportunities combined with an array of high-quality support services that assist students in completing their educational goals.
LCC students receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) for themselves and at least one dependent child, may be eligible for the CalWORKs program.
Coordinator: Heather DelCarlo
Phone: 530-257-6181 ext. 8991
Office Location: Creative Arts, Room CA-209
Extended Opportunities Program & Services (EOP&S):
We are here to you help you succeed at Lassen College. We help with textbooks, laptops, tutoring, transportation, and school supplies. In EOP&S you get a dedicated Counselor and priority registration. Come by our office or fill out the application to see if you qualify for our "Above and Beyond Services". Are you a California resident? Intended to enroll in 12 units or more during your first semester? You've completed less than 70 units (including those from other colleges)? You're qualified to receive the California College Promise Grant (determined by your FAFSA)? You have one or more qualifying educational disadvantages?
We recognize the educational disadvantages below:
1 Previous enrollment in remedial education courses
2.Did not graduate from high school, or pass the California High School
4.Graduation from high school with a GPA of 2.49 or lower
5.Foster youth, former foster youth, or a ward of the court
6. First generation college student
Office Phone: 530-257-6181 Ext.8953
Office Location: CA #209, Creative Arts Building
Cooperative Agencies and Resources for Education Program (CARE):
CARE is administered by the EOPS Program and serves the unique needs of single parents who are designated as head of household. Services are personalized for single parents. We go above and beyond EOP&S services helping with barriers including gas and food vouchers, childcare, books, school supplies, educational and peer support. At the time students are accepted into CARE they must have, at least one child, and be a current recipient of CalWORKs/TANF. All CARE students must be accepted into the EOPS Program.
Coordinator: Kristina Divine
Phone Number: 530-251-8837
Office Location: Creative Arts, Room CA-209
Child Care Resources:
Lassen Child & Family Resources
Lassen Child and Family Resources strives to ensure that children and families in Lassen County have access to qualify child care and other resources that will support the positive growth and development of children.
Phone Number: 530-257-9781
472-013 Johnstonville Rd, North
Susanville CA, 96130
Lassen Links is a growing network of local early childhood development and family support organization serving families through collaborative community services, supports, and resources.
Phone number: 530-251-2461
1445 Paul Bunyan Rd
Susanville, CA 96130
CalFresh, California's SNAP program, provides supplemental income for purchasing food to low income households. Students, 18 to 49, attending an institution of higher education, like a college, university, trade school, or technical school more than half-time may be eligible to CalFresh if they meet an exemption and meet all other CalFresh eligibility requirements.
You can apply for CalFresh at the Student Resource Center (HU103), or by clicking the link: https://benefitscal.com.
California Women, Infants & Children (WIC):
The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program helps individuals who are pregnant or just had a baby, and children up to age 5 eat well, be active, and stay healthy. WIC welcomes partners, grandparents, foster parents, or guardians who care for eligible children. WIC services are provided at no cost to you.
Learn more at, https://northeasternhealth.org/wic/
California Earned Income Tax Credit:
What's CalEITC? The California Earned Income tax Credit (CalEITC) offers support for low-income, working Californians. You may be eligible for up to $3,417 cash back or a reduction of the tax you owe.
Learn how to qualify and apply: https://www.ftb.ca.gov/about-ftb/newsroom/caleitc/index.html#:~:text=What's%20CalEITC%3F,Eligibility%20and%20credit%20information%20page.
Young Child Tax Credit:
The Young Child Tax Credit (YCTC) provides a credit up to $1083 per tax return for Californians who qualify for CalEITC and have a child under 6 years old.
Learn more: https://www.ftb.ca.gov/file/personal/credits/young-child-tax-credit.html
If you have any questions regarding your rights as a pregnant or parenting student please contact Title IX Coordinator.
Coordinator: Vickie Ramsey
Phone Number: 530-251-8852
Lassen Community College, Human Resources
Priority Registration will be available for Student-Parents after July 1st, 2023. For more information regarding Priority Registration, please contact the Admissions and Records office.
For a complete list of all on-campus and off-campus resources, please use the following link: https://www.lassencollege.edu/student-services/Documents/Lassen%20Community%20College%20Student%20Resource%20Guide%203-23.pdf