Are you new to college? Do you have a long term goal; that is, would you like to achieve a certificate or degree at LMC or transfer to a 4-year institution? If so, these steps are for you! Please note: You must complete steps 1 through 4 to qualify for priority registration.
The brief and convenient Online New Student Orientation will provide you with important information about college programs, services, policies, procedures, and requirements, and is essential for new students. Take the online orientation
Your assessment test results will inform your counselor of your proficiency in English and Math so they can guide you in choosing classes. Sign up here for assessment testing at the Pittsburg Campus or Brentwood Center. Some students are able to fulfill part or all of the assessment requirement by submitting a high school or college transcript. See Alternatives to Taking the Assessment Tests.
Local graduating high school seniors can take the assessment tests at their high schools. Contact your school's career center or a high school counselor early in the spring to make an appointment. A schedule of high school visits will be posted on the high school Calendar of Important Dates page in February.
The first three of these options provide further important information about being a college student and include a meeting with a counselor to create an educational plan. You will post your educational plan online on the Student Planning tool in InSite/WebAdvisor where you will be able to refer to it and modify it at any time, and even register for your classes from it.