View Your Grade Report

You can access your grade reports online from the Students Online link in MyLC.

Click the Grade Report link, and then click on the correct term to access reports.

Online Grade Reports Schedule

Fall 2013

Friday, October 18
Mid-semester progress reports for undergraduate degree students in their first year at LC, students on academic probation, and others with D or F grades

Friday, December 20
Final grade reports for all undergraduate and graduate students

Spring 2014

Friday, March 21
Mid-semester progress reports for undergraduate degree students in their first year at LC, students on academic probation, and others with D or F grades

Thursday, May 15
Final grade reports for students classified as seniors or graduate students

Thursday, May 22
Final grade reports for all students

Note: Transcript requests received for the end of the semester will be processed by May 23.

Summer 2014

Grades will be available the Wednesday after each summer term ends.

1st summer term: May 19 - June 6
Grades available: June 12

2nd summer term: June 9 - June 27
Grades available: July 2

3rd summer term: June 30 - July 18
Grades available: July 23

Grade Report Access for Parents of Dependent Students

If you are a dependent of your parents or guardians, you can receive a special access code which you can provide to your parents so they can access your semester and mid-semester grade reports. Sign into MyLC, click on Students Online and click the Manage Parent Access to Grade Reports link.

Direct Inquiries from Parents Regarding Student Grades

Parents who request information about their student's academic progress by telephone or email will receive only general information about College standards, regulations, and available services.

Information about student progress in specific courses will not be made available, but College personnel will encourage students to speak openly and candidly with their parents and will contact students to pass on parental concerns.

College personnel asked to intervene in a student's academic progress by contacting other personnel or by changing a student's schedule will forward the request directly to the student. The College will inform the student of the procedure that must be followed. In this way, the student can take responsibility for his/her college experience.