Quick Start Information for Newly Accepted Students

You’ve been accepted, what’s next?

Please review and act on the information below to successfully connect with the LRCC resources you need to begin your academic journey.

Questions?  No problem. We’re here to help!  
Just email us at lrccadmissions@ccsnh.edu or call (603) 524-3207.

Your student account information and LRCC technology

You received an email with your student username and instructions on how to set up your password not long after you were accepted to LRCC. Set up your password and you’ll use your student username and password to access all of the LRCC digital platforms. Missed the email? Call us at (603) 524-3207 and we’ll be able to give you your student username. 

Set up your password

LRCC IT Help Desk and technology portal

Connect to Your Resources Canvas Course

We created a Canvas course meant to be your go-to space to find and access resources here at LRCC. Everything from business forms, accessing Navigate and other digital platforms, and student support resources are covered in this course. Log in to Canvas to connect with your resources

Each degree-seeking student at LRCC is assigned an academic advisor within their program of study. Students are encouraged to work closely with their academic advisor to plan classes and receive support and guidance throughout their time at LRCC.

Schedule an appointment with your advisor in Navigate

All students are given an LRCC email account that we expect you to check regularly – it is how your advisor, teachers, and others (like financial aid) will communicate with you.  Your email address will be your EasyLoginUsername@students.ccsnh.edu.  You can access your email by clicking ‘Student Email’ on MYLRCC and your login information will be your EasyLogin username and password.

English Composition and math are required for each of our associates degree programs. We may ask you to take a math or English placement exam to ensure that you are placed in the correct classes. If you have documentation such as high school or college transcripts or recent SAT test scores, be sure to send them to us for review and possible waiver of a placement exam requirement. Students should submit documents to the Admissions Office. High school transcripts and placement score results do not need to be official documents. 

If placement cannot be determined using these methods, English and math placement exams are offered on campus Monday – Thursday 11:00am – 4:00pm and Friday 9:00am – 2:00pm in the Bennett Library. The placement exams are offered at no cost to students and may take up to two hours to complete.

Questions concerning the placement process or taking the placement evaluation can be directed to lrccadmissions@ccsnh.edu or call (603) 524.3207. 

The LRCC Bookstore has a great ‘shop by student ID’ feature that allows you to enter your student ID into the Bookstore website to view and purchase your books and course supplies. Visit the LRCC Bookstore website for more information.

  • You should always speak with your academic advisor about your schedule before registering for classes.
  • Once you have met with your academic advisor, you can register for classes using Navigate from your computer (registration is not currently available on the mobile app).
  • Log into Navigate using your student username and password.
  • Click on Planner  on the top, left corner of your screen.
  • You will need to click the Add Term button in the righthand panel.
  • You will be able to select your courses in the left panel by clicking on the hamburger icon and choosing add to term.
  • When you finish choosing courses click View/Edit Schedule button which is under the courses you just selected.
  • The final step of the registration process is to choose your course sections by clicking on each course hamburger icon.
  • To complete registration, click the Register button.

It’s free to park on campus but you will need to register your vehicle and pick up a parking decal from Campus Safety. Register your vehicle here

FERPA…a weird but important acronym. FERPA stands for the The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. It’s a law designed to protect your student records. Before you turned 18, your parents or legal guardian likely had the rights to your education records. Once you turned 18, these rights were transferred to you. LRCC can talk about  some or all of your college records with whomever you specify (a parent, guardian, caseworker, etc.) only if you sign and return this Authorization to Release Student Information.

US Department of Education FERPA website

LRCC’s Directory Information policy

Students can obtain their Student ID at the Campus Safety  desk located in the lobby of the Center for Arts and Technology. Having a hard time connecting with a Campus Safety officer? Call or text the Campus Safety cell phone (603-545-4392) to schedule a time to visit them.

Paying for LRCC

College can be expensive, and financial aid forms can be confusing, but we’re here to help! Financial Aid and Billing staff are available to you!

Tuition and fees are charged based on the number or credits you register for, so your bill may change if you change your course schedule. You can see your bill by logging in to SIS using your EasyLogin username and password at MYLRCC,clicking on the Student tab, and then Student Account.

Financial aid is available! You can find the steps to apply for financial aid in your Navigate To-Do’s, or on the Financial Aid webpage. 

  1. Log into the Student Information System (SIS) Account

  2. Select the FINANCIAL AID tab:

Select Award, Select Award Aid Year, Select LRCC campus, Select the current aid year and SUBMIT

  1. Review each Tab at the top of the screen:

Select EACH TAB (General Information, Award Overview, Resources/Additional Information, Terms and Conditions, Accept Award Offer) to review/answer.

  1. Accept Award Offer:

  2. ACCEPT or DECLINE loans

  3. If accepting loans, you may accept ALL or a PORTION of the offered amount. NOTE: The amount you accept will automatically be split EVENLY between ALL semesters.

  4. If you need different amounts for each semester, you will need to request the change with a financial aid representative.

Complete Loan Entrance Counseling and Master Promissory Note at https://studentaid.gov/

Tuition and Housing payments are due 14 days before classes begin. To set up a payment plan or pay your bill, log in to SIS and click on ‘Student Account’ and then ‘View and Pay Account’.  In the drop down, click ‘View and Pay Account’ again and this will take you to the website where you can either pay your bill or set up a payment plan.