Fall Quarter Start Set for Sept. 20, Support Services & Classes Offered in Person, Online
September 10, 2021
LTCC's campus reopens with limited, public-facing support services on Monday, September 13. Students can come to campus on One College Drive and apply and register for classes, meet with an academic counselor, and learn about financial aid options including free LTCC CARES grants of up to $750 and $250 emergency awards for those who live or work in the Caldor Fire evacuation zone and have been impacted by it.
Support services will also continue to be available virtually via the Cranium Café online portal, which is open to current students and visitors. It offers the ability to connect with counselors and various student support service staff who can offer guidance and direction for a smooth start to the Fall quarter. Online resources are also available via the LTCC Catalog and the Class Schedule.
LTCC’s on-campus services are closed Thursday, September 16 so the college and broader community can gather for the annual State of the College Address and Convocation activities. To watch a livestream of LTCC Superintendent/President Jeff DeFranco’s address focusing on the extraordinary events facing our community and how LTCC can best provide support right now, visit www.ltcc.edu/soca.
Any continuing students, parents, or those interested in knowing more about college at LTCC are welcome to the Fall Quarter Coyote Kickoff on campus Friday, September 17 from 11am-2pm. Meet with student service support staff, faculty, and counselors – the entire support team behind a student’s education at LTCC. Includes free food and drink, raffle prizes, free LTCC swag, music, and fun games to help connect you with the LTCC team.
Fall quarter classes begin Monday, September 20 with coronavirus precautions in place, including universal mask wearing while indoors on campus. Fall quarter runs from September 20 – December 16, 2021.
In addition to the LTCC Wildfire Relief Fund and LTCC CARES grants, students can also make use of LTCC’s Food Pantry, providing emergency food and other necessities for students in need. Free textbooks, technology, and mental health support are also available to registered students, along with many other services and campus work opportunities.
Students who live in an evacuation area and are struggling to continue or start their educations at LTCC are encouraged to reach out to the college by phone (530.541.4660), via the Cranium Café, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org so we may assist you.