Online Tools

LRCC is committed to supporting students as we make the transition to remote operations and online learning.  Below you will find resources and support tools.

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Student Support

The offices you are used to visiting on campus remain open and available to students, but are operating remotely.  The One-Stop (Admissions, Financial Aid, Bursar, Registrar), the Student Success Center (Disability Services, Residence Life, Support Counselors, Tutoring) and the Bennett Library continue to work towards supporting you achieve your goals.  We ask you to email your requests and questions to the appropriate office.  Staff check emails daily, triage needs and respond to each request.

The Bennett Library remains closed.  Students needing computer or internet access, research support and IT services must email Penny Garrett at to seek support with these services.

We know many individuals and families are struggling financially during this time, but we want you to know that we’re here to help. Our food pantry, the Community Cupboard, remains open and is free. Email Liz Lawton to arrange for pickup.

The CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security) Act, allocated funds to higher education institutions to provide emergency grants to students to help cover expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to coronavirus.  To be eligible, students must have been registered for Spring semester classes and have a 2019-20 FAFSA on file.  Spring semester students should check their student email for instructions and a link to the application available via SIS. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by June 5, 2020.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have never logged into your college email, CANVAS or the Student Information System (SIS) email tor help.  If you are a returning user having log in problems  You can also review the instructions for EasyLogin.

Yes. The LRCC will be closed to the general public including students as of Monday, March 23, 2020. Offices will provide remote services for the time being.

Following Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) guidelines, LRCC moved all operations to a remote format to minimize community spread of the virus. We continue to monitor state public health guidelines as we plan and prepare for a phased reopening.

Personnel with work functions that cannot be completed remotely will be permitted to be on campus with prior approval from their supervisor. Approved personnel will be required to complete the CCSNH COVID-19 Employee Screening Form prior to or upon arrival on campus. 

Faculty and students needing internet/computer access/ IT and research support must email to arrange services.

Summer classes are being offered online. At this time, we are finalizing plans that will be submitted to the NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to enable a phased reopening beginning in June.  First priority will be given to completing lab hours for Spring semester courses that were could not be completed remotely.  Once our plan is approved by DHHS students enrolled in these courses will be notified by faculty. 

We are actively planning and preparing for the next phases of reopening, including the evaluation of effective instructional delivery methods for the Fall semester.

Faculty and staff continue their commitment to support students. Students can email with any non-academic questions (financial aid, registration, admissions, payments). Contact your instructors first with any academic questions. But if you have difficulty reaching your instructors or have other academic questions, you can email Staff monitor and respond to all emails.

The campus remains closed.  Only approved personnel are allowed on campus at this time.

Students enrolled in Spring courses with remaining lab hours will be notified when they can access campus. These students will be informed by their instructors of all expectations, including social distancing, sanitation and other health related requirements prior to arriving on campus.

Students needing tutoring will follow the same process. Students should email our tutoring coordinator, Gloria Moulton at or Cathy Kubec

Students needing Disability Services should contact Jaime Laurent

We encourage all students not to wait until the end of the term to reach out for these services.


We know that many of our students may be in situations that may result in financial uncertainty.  Students enrolled in Spring semester courses may be eligible for CARES Act emergency grants.  Students should check their student email for application instructions and further information.  Priority deadline is June 5, 2020.

Additional resources to support students during this time are still available.  Please reach out the financial aid office, a support counselor, or the bursar’s office to seek help.   The is your main contact to all of these offices.  Please give them some details of your situation so that they may help.

Our One-Stop staff are all working remotely. We ask students and parents with these questions to email This email will be monitored and triaged daily. It is the fastest way to get your matter resolved. Don’t hesitate to let us know if you need help making payments or with other supports. We are committed to helping you in the best way that we can.

Yes! We have food available for those who need it.  Should you have a need to utilize the Community Cupboard, please contact Liz Lawton at