High School Graduates
Graduates from high schools recognized by the Ohio Department of Education (includes chartered, non-chartered, home school, private or public), or the Department of Education from the student’s state of legal residence, if not Ohio, are admitted based on their final high school transcript.
Students who have completed their final year of instruction at home or from an unaccredited homeschool association are admitted upon providing, along with their final high school transcript, the official letter of excuse issued by the district superintendent for the student's final year of home education.
The high school transcript may be waived for admission if the student has earned an associate, bachelor or higher degree from a U.S. regionally accredited college or university upon providing an official transcript with a conferral date.
All admitted students are REQUIRED to participate in the assessment placement process unless qualifying as an exception (see information on placement assessment). High school graduates (under 18 at the time of enrollment) must provide a high school transcript indicating their graduation date or a General Education Development (GED) certificate. This must be provided along with the LCCC application for admission for enrollment to be processed.