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Classes start April 4 at college

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Spring quarter is a great time to begin your education at Lake Tahoe Community College. Online registration is available by going to http://www.ltcc.edu and clicking online services.

If you don’t have Internet access at home, you can access WebReg at LTCC during regular campus hours from several different computer locations.

To find out your priority registration date, check the Web site under online services or pick up a spring schedule on campus. Students may register online any time after their first priority date through April 8. Classes start April 4.



The Web site offers a real-time class schedule where students can go to find out about class openings, closures and cancellations.

To see the spring schedule online, check out online services or access it from the LTCC home page.



Beyond registration and class schedules, LTCC’s online services allow students to add and drop classes, obtain unofficial transcripts, check their quarterly grades and account status.

Students must pay the same day they register, either online using a credit card or debit card with a Visa or MasterCard logo, or at the admissions and records office by check or cash.

Financial aid is available to assist students and families in meeting the costs of a college education.

If you need help paying for fees, books, even the rent, you should apply for financial aid. It’s not too late to apply for aid for this school year. It’s important to apply early. Stop by the LTCC financial aid office and find out what aid you qualify for. It’s free and easy.

For more information call (530) 541-4660, Ext. 236.


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