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Lehigh Carbon Community College Admissions Stats

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Special Factors

AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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Contact Info

Address:
4525 Education Park Dr Schnecksville, PA 18078-2598
Phone: (610) 799-2121
General Site: www.lccc.edu
Admissions: https://www.lccc.edu/admissions
Application: https://www.lccc.edu/admissions/application-for-admissions

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Brianna from Lehighton, PA
  • I am a past student here

    The classes & teachers are great. As any previous, or current, will suggest to you read the reviews of the professors. I took a math class that was the worst one ever couldn't read the prof's handwriting and he gave attitude when we [all, as a class] struggled to read it & adamantly told him that he either needed to slow down or write nice. Another VERY IMPORTANT thing to pay attention to is the financial aid office. While they are mostly friendly their reputation for loosing your documents & inability to give any financial aid is so awful most people are unsure how they still have their jobs. 95% of the students have a complaint about the financial aid office. It took 7 semesters & I was going back once a week being told I was missing a different document each time when I asked them to list everything I needed, I was getting ready to just throw the packet of documents at them when I sent my mom only to find out that there was an error of documentation on their end. No offers to fix it. Nothing. Another situation, in particular to the financial aid office, is the Cougar Emergency Loan Fund apparently takes the money out of the loan you already have. Which in my opinion is nonsensical because if i'm applying for it either I don't have any money or I needed extra money. I called asked them about it & when I finally did get financial aid I had one payment left & turned it down [I've made it so far after all right?]. No, I had a car problem & wound up 300 short so I applied for it and noted that I would pay it back the very next Monday since I got paid the day after. It was getting close to crunch time & I called to see if I was rejected, accepted, pending. The person was very rude & nastily told me because I had rejected the first loan I wasn't allowed the second one. Great, that would've been great to know by e-mail or any form of communication so that I can start figuring out how else to get the money. Embarrassingly enough, at almost paying for the college entirely myself I finally went to my mom for help & had to borrow the money, I'm a full-grown adult working full-time there's no reason I should've had to ask my parents for help, not once, but twice because of this financial office. I paid it, & then they had the gall to send me an e-mail asking that since my student e-bill is paid do I still need the loan? I wrote them an e-mail back explaining my situation assuming it was just an automated e-mail. They replied saying that this one time they'd let me have it. I didn't need it anymore, why would I still want it? It was the only time I received an apology. After asking around the financial aid office has been like this for years and no one is doing anything so I'd say my most important advice: Remain Professional, but Firm with Their Financial Aid Office

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  • Jessica from Allentown, PA
  • I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    Make sure you complete your fafsa and financial aid prior. Also make sure to call or stop in to make sure they have received all you documentation as they will not email you telling you if anything is needed.

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  • Jackie from Emmaus, PA
  • I am a current student here

    Don't think that it's a good idea to start classes at 11 AM. Everyone does. You will have to park terribly far away. Utilize the excellent resources in the library and gym.

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