Applicants who have not submitted a final transcript are tentatively admitted to LCSC.
To be fully admitted, you must submit your official transcript at the end of your final school year.
Applicants who do not qualify for regular admission are provisionally admitted based on meeting one of the following criteria:
How to be fully admitted:
A student seeking provisional admission must take at least two testing indicators that will allow the institution to assess competency and placement, one of which must be the ACT or SAT. ACT or SAT scores must be submitted prior to enrollment.
If provisionally admitted, the student is subject to the institutional academic standing policies, excepting that the student with provisional standing may change to regular admission status upon successful completion of 14 baccalaureate-level credits (12 of which must be in general education courses at LCSC) while maintaining a 2.0 GPA. Regular admission status must be attained within three registration periods or the student will be moved to non-degree seeking status, limited to 11 credits and not be eligible for financial aid, subject to Petition Committee appeal procedures.
*You may also be tentatively admitted, so check your application status to see what's left to submit,
To learn more about Provisional Admission, visit the LCSC Catalog.
For transfer students or returning students, applicants who do not qualify for regular admission per our admission standards or based on academic standing from previous schooling are probationally admitted.
To remain a full-time student, you will need to attain a 2.0 GPA in all college courses at LCSC.
Failure to do so will result in academic suspension.
*You may also be tentatively admitted, so check your application status to see what's left to submit.
To learn more about Probational Admission, visit the LCSC Catalog.