General Admission to LFCC
Individuals are eligible for admission to LFCC if they are high school graduates or the equivalent, or if they are eighteen years of age or older and able to benefit academically from study at the community college, as demonstrated by assessment in reading, writing, and math. Students may be admitted to LFCC as a curricular or non-curricular student. LFCC reserves the right to evaluate and document special cases and to refuse or revoke admission if the college determines that the applicant or student poses a threat, is a potential danger, is significantly disruptive to the college community, or if such refusal or revocation is considered to be in the best interest of a college. The College also reserve the right to refuse admission for applicants that have been expelled or suspended from, or determined to be a threat, potential danger or significantly disruptive by, another college.
Admission to Specific Curricula
Students must apply for admission to health professions programs (practical nursing, nursing, surgical technology, dental hygiene, phlebotomy, emergency medical services, advanced emergency medical technician intermediate, and central services) in addition to applying to admission to LFCC. Admission requirements and application materials are available through the Division of Science and Health Professions.