Beginning February 1, LRCC will move to YELLOW operational status. Classes will be held as scheduled. Please see the latest Important Status Update and contact instructor/s with questions about specific classes.
Information about scheduling Covid-19 vaccines is available from www.vaccines.nh.gov or by calling 211.
Spring 2021 Term
The #LRCCFamily is hopeful about welcoming 2021. While 2020 posed significant challenges for our community, we found creative ways to complete Spring semester classes, celebrated a drive-through graduation ceremony honoring the Class of 2020, drafted a Fall Reopening Plan that enabled us to provide the face-to-face and increase hybrid and online course options. LRCC is proud of how our community came together supporting each other and adhering to safety protocols. The result was that we experienced a handful of confirmed cases and none that were linked to on-campus transmission.
LRCC remains committed to serving our community. We will continue providing a high-quality and personalized educational experience while prioritizing the safety of the #LRCCFamily and reducing risks of community spread of the virus. As we look forward to the positive impact of available vaccines, LRCC has committed its facility to the NH Department of Health and Human Services for use as a point of distribution for vaccines. For information about NH’s vaccination plan, please visit https://www.nh.gov/covid19/resources-guidance/vaccination-planning.htm.
Current students should continue to visit the Remote Learning Resources page on this website for information about how to access college resources available to them.
Status updates about NH Community College campuses’ preparedness related to COVID-19 can be found at this link: https://www.ccsnh.edu/covid-19/.
If you are considering becoming part of the #LRCCFamily, check out our Virtual Open House to learn all LRCC has to offer you. Contact our Admissions Office for information about Express Admission days, appointments and campus tours.
LRCC leadership, as well as leaders of the Community College System of NH, continue to work closely with state and local public health officials. For further information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.