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Early Registration Procedures Spring 2020
Lenoircc.edu Open your browser and type lenoircc.edu in the address bar. Scroll down to the bottom of the page. Select WebADVISOR
Log in Select the Log In option.
Log in Need help with your log in?
WebADVSIOR Select ‘Students” option to begin the log in process.
My Progress Please notice program information, including desired degree and catalog year, as well as program and institution GPA.
Students should determine the courses they need based on their program evaluation under the My Progress tab.
REL 110 is planned for the spring of 2020. Click HUM 110 to add the course.
First click on Humanities to limit your search for those courses. When all choices have been made then click “View Available Sections.” Second, click on the Semester and Year that you are interested in registering for a course. Then click on any other options that you choose, this will help to narrow your search for sections for an individual course. You do not need to make any further choices.
Find a section that fits your schedule and click “Add Section.” Note: Once registration has begun - the number of seats available will show here. Be sure to choose a section that has seats available.
Primary Considerations for Students Prior to Early-Registration • Communicate with your advisor in advance of early registration by scheduling a time to meet face-to-face or by using LancerMAIL to email your advisor. • Courses taken outside the student’s active program (program courses are listed in the Student Planning section of Self-Service) WILL NOT be covered by financial aid (with the exception of 30 hours of developmental coursework). • Review your program requirements and progress in Self-Service before meeting with your advisor and plan your future courses based on the information for your declared major and active catalog year. • Use the College website to access important information regarding advising and registration. www.lenoircc.edu • Students and faculty should communicate ONLY through LancerMAIL when sending information electronically. • If you have problems logging in, request technical assistance through the College’s website. • Obtaining your advisor’s authorization on WebADVISOR allows you the opportunity to register online November 4 with no delays. • Review your Financial Aid status on WebADVISOR prior to early registration.
Remember DON’T FORGET TO: • Contact your advisor by email when you have selected the courses you would like to take and ask them to review your choices. • Your advisor will contact you with any questions or concerns about your plan. • Ask your advisor to open online registration allowing you to register for previously discussed courses, OR contact your advisor when registration opens and ask him/her to register you for those courses. • Meet with your advisor by phone or in-person by scheduling a time during available office hours to develop your plan together.
LCC enforces Title IX and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) LCC does not tolerate discrimination, sexual assault, violence of any kind, bullying, or drugs. Primary Contacts John Paul Black, Ed.D. Tasha Johnson, M.S. Dean of Student Services Deputy Title IX Coordinator/ Title IX Coordinator Director of Human Resources Administration Building Administration Building 252-527-6223 ext. 318 252-527-6223 ext.397 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Title IX Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972: “No person in the United States shall on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”
Harassment Harassment is a type of discrimination that occurs when verbal, physical, electronic or other conduct based on an individual’s protected status interferes with that individual’s (a) educational environment (e.g., admission, academic standing, grades, assignment); (b) work environment (e.g., hiring, advancement, assignment); (c) participation in a College program or activity or (d) receipt of legitimately-requested services (e.g., disability or religious accommodations), thereby creating hostile environment harassment or quid pro quo harassment.
FERPA Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act Once a student reaches 18 years of age or attends a postsecondary institution, he or she becomes an "eligible student," and all rights formerly given to parents under FERPA transfer to the student. The eligible student has the right to have access to his or her education records, the right to seek to have the records amended, and the right to have control over the disclosure of personally identifiable information from the records.
ADVISING WEEK Oct. 28 – Nov. 1, 2019 Schedule an appointment to see your advisor. Early Registration is November 4-8, 2019