|Planning to attend LCC?
Here's what you need to do
|Contact the Entry Center
Admissions Center - Main Lobby
|Regular Hours (Fall/Win/Spr Qtrs)
M-Th 8 am - 5 pm
F 10 am - 5 pm
|Summer Hours (July/Aug)
M-Th 8 am - 5 pm
|Non-degree seeking students do not need to apply for admission. See Corporate and Continuing Education for information about non-degree options.|
Thank you for your interest in Lower Columbia College. Here's what you need to know to get started.
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Apply for Admission
If you plan to register for classes leading to a degree or certificate, you must apply for admission to Lower Columbia College
It's a simple process!
- Click the red 'Apply for Admission' button, or go to Web Admissions Center.
- If you are unable to apply online, please go to the Entry Center in the Admissions Center. Staff will assist you in completing the application.
- Once your application has been approved you will receive an email containing your acceptance letter and Student ID number. Please allow up to four business days.
Applications are accepted until the quarterly admission deadline listed on the Academic Calendar. For priority registration, we suggest you apply as early as possible.
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Why Choose Lower Columbia College?
It’s well known that students who live at home and complete their first two years of college at Lower Columbia College save substantial costs, $20,000 per year or more. But did you know that Washington students who transfer from a two-year college to a four-year school do just as well as those who begin studies at a university? LCC transfer students earn a 3.34 GPA on average in their junior and senior studies at Washington’s public universities.
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