The offices you are used to visiting on campus remain open and available to students, but most will continue operating remotely. We ask that you continue to email your requests and questions to the appropriate office. Staff check their emails daily, triage needs and respond to each request.
One-Stop (Admissions, Financial Aid, Bursar, Registrar) – will begin in person appointments the week of July 13th. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Student Success Center (Disability Services, Residence Life, Support Counselors, Tutoring) – will continue remote operations in the Fall term. Campus housing will be available.
The Bennett Library will reopen to students and faculty for the Fall term. Appointments will be required. Email Penny Garrett at email@example.com for appointments and to seek support.
Our food pantry, the Community Cupboard, remains open and is free. Email Liz Lawton to arrange for pickup. Students needing other supports, should contact a support counselor or the financial aid office for help.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. The LRCC campus remains closed to the general public, but will reopen to faculty and students for the Fall 2020 term. Some offices will provide by-appointment services and others will continue to operate remotely.
LRCC moved operations to a remote format to minimize community spread of the virus. Our Fall Reopening
Plan outlines our approach to a limited reopening for the Fall 2020 term. We will continue to monitor state public
health guidelines and adapt our plans as local, state and regional conditions change.
Currently, personnel with
work functions that cannot be completed are 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.
Fall 2020 classes begin on August 31st. LRCC will offer a combination of face to face, hybrid and online classes. Please review the revised Fall Course Schedule and SIS for detailed information on individual classes. Faculty and students with in-person classes will be allowed access to campus. Some student services will continue to be offered remotely, others are beginning to offer in person services by appointment.
Prospective and new Fall 2020 students can begin making appointments for in person visits with One-Stop staff beginning the week of July 13th. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Beginning August 17th, faculty will be allowed on campus on a limited basis.
Beginning August 31st, registered students will be allowed on campus for face to face classes.
Residential students will work with Residence Life directly to determine Fall 2020 move in dates and protocols.
Everyone coming to campus will be subject to a screening protocol.
Students should email email@example.com 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 LRCCSpring20Hotline@ccsnh.edu. Staff monitor and respond to all emails.
The campus remains closed to the general public. Only preapproved personnel and those with scheduled appointments are allowed access to campus. We ask that employees email firstname.lastname@example.org with requests. Prospective or new students requesting in person appointments must email email@example.com. Registered students with in person Fall classes will be contacted by faculty with instructions prior to the start of the term.
Students needing Disability Services should contact Jaime Laurent firstname.lastname@example.org.
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. CARES Act emergency grants were distributed to qualified applicants in June. Additional resources may still be available. Please reach out the financial aid office, a support counselor, or the bursar’s office to seek help. The email@example.com 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 still working remotely, with limited on campus hours. In person appointments will begin the week of July 13th. We ask students and parents with these questions to email firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 email@example.com.