Access (age 25 and over) and Second-Degree Checklist
For January 2014
To make your transition to life at Lynchburg as an Access (age 25 and over) or second-degree student as smooth as possible, we offer programs and events specifically for you. We're also available to answer your questions any time.
Get ready for LC in five easy steps:
Step 1: Contact Your Academic Advisor
Within a week after you pay your reservation deposit, you will receive a letter with your advisor’s name and contact information. You should contact your advisor to discuss your class schedule.
Make sure you have sent your final transcripts from all previous institutions and reviewed your transcript evaluation to make sure you do not enroll in courses you do not need to take.
Before you meet with your advisor,
- Review your transfer credit evaluation and have it with you. You should receive this from the Registrar’s office.
- Become familiar with the academic catalog and the course requirements for the major(s) in which you are interested.
- Come prepared with any questions you may have regarding your major, career interests, internships, etc.
In addition to helping you plan your schedule, your advisor can:
- Help you create a long-term plan for graduation
- Tell you about major-specific clubs, organizations, and other opportunities
- Advise you about opportunities for internships, research, or study abroad programs
- Help you explore post-graduate education and career opportunities
Step 2: Register for Classes Online
After you talk with your academic advisor, you can register for classes online at myLC.
You will receive instructions for how to register online from the Registrar’s office. If you have any questions about online registration, please call 434.544.8218.
Please note: If a class you want is closed, speak to your advisor. Your advisor may suggest alternatives that will still help you progress along in your program.
Step 3: Submit Health Form (optional)
All full-time undergraduate students need to complete the health form (PDF) regardless of whether you live on or off campus. As an Access or Second-Degree student, you are not required to submit a health form, but you cannot use the health services on campus without submitting this form.
To get more information about the health center and details about the form, visit the Health Center web pages or contact them at 434.544.8357.
Step 4: Check In
All new students must check in to the College before they can attend orientation or begin classes. This is where you will get your student ID, obtain your parking pass, get the keys to your room if you are living on campus, and take care of all other campus business. (If you need a parking pass, please bring your Driver’s License, proof of insurance, and car registration with you when you come to check in.)
You may check into the College in Schewel Hall from 11:00 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Thursday, January 16 or before orientation on January 17 from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. This process usually takes about 30 minutes to complete.
Step 5: Attend January SOAR
Friday, January 17, 2014 at 10 a.m.
Sydnor Performance Hall in Schewel Hall
We look forward to meeting you and all of the other students who will be joining us for the Spring semester at our January Student Orientation and Registration (SOAR). Please feel free to bring your parents and/or guests as we will have programs just for them. Registration for orientation begins at 9:00AM at Sydnor Performance Hall, which is in Schewel Hall, and we’ll have a continental breakfast for you.
At orientation, you will receive your official class schedule, meet with campus offices and faculty and staff, and learn about LC's academic policies and procedures. You'll also meet and interact with other new students!
Questions? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Academic and Career Services at 434.544.8419.