We in the Lakes Region Community College Business Office are here to serve you and to help insure your success. Talk with us if a financial hardship arises; we are willing to work with you if you work with us.
It is the policy of the College to require payment or arrangements for payment of all semester charges 14 calendar days prior to the start of the semester.Each semester/session of the college year, including summer sessions, is billed separately.
Failure to make payment in full or arrangements for payment 14 days prior to the start of the semester will result in the cancellation of the student's registration. Students will then need to re-register and make payment or arrangements for payment providing that the course(s) still has space available.
Tuition is based on a per credit charge. Students enrolled in 12 credits or more are considered full-time students. Credits earned during co-op work experience are college credits for which there are tuition and academic instruction fee charges payable by the student.
Effective Spring Semester 2012, students will only receive tuition bills electronically. New e-bills will be sent via e-mail message to a student's College e-mail address upon registration for each new course/semester. The e-mail will include instructions for using QuickPay to pay your bill on-line if you want to use a credit card.
Gift certificates are available in any denomination. Call or email us for more information.
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New Hampshire Residency Status
In order to qualify for New Hampshire resident tuition rates, a student must have been a legal resident of the state for a minimum of twelve months. “Legal domicile,” as stated on the last page of the Application for Admission, refers to place of primary residence, either with parents or as an independent.
Students who change legal residence to New Hampshire during their studies at LRCC, must still be legally domiciled in this state for twelve months prior to being eligible for resident rates. Change of address does not necessarily constitute change of legal residence. In order to begin the process of eligibility, students must provide the Admissions Office with proof of residency, such as a notarized statement or rent receipts, that accurately reflects the effective date of residency. A New Hampshire driver’s license is not sufficient proof.
New England Regional Student Program (NERSP)
The New England Regional Student Program provides qualified out-of-state New England residents with reduced tuition based on in-state tuition plus 50 percent. Eligibility for this program is established if the academic program to which the student is applying is not offered in the student's home state, or if the program offered at this college is closer to home. Determination of eligibility is the responsibility of the Vice President of Student Affairs. NERSP students are liable for full payment of all fees.