Registration Opens Wednesday for Spring Courses at LCC

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Published Saturday, October 28, 2017
by Kristin Lubbers

The fall semester is moving quickly at Lamar Community College and spring is right around the corner! Registration for the upcoming semester will open November 1 and a preview of the available courses is now available.

LCC has added several new courses for the spring semester, including a new ag course that helps give an introduction to precision agriculture: Applied Information Technology in Agriculture (AGR 233).

Also new this spring is Visual Concepts and 3D Design (ART 132).  Another hands-on and fun course, it will also pair well with LCC's Innovate & Make Space.

LCC will once again host a spring "mini-mester" this January by offering Painting I (ART 151) in a condensed format from January 2 through 12.  This is a great opportunity for community members as well as students who are home over the winter break and want to have fun while earning a few credits. 

As always, LCC continues to offer a wide range of career and technical education (CTE) programs including welding, cosmetology and barbering, construction trades, and renewable energy, among others.  These programs can be started in the spring semester and they continue to grow in popularity because they provide hands-on learning experience while preparing students for immediate employment in today's demanding work environments.

Current LCC students should set up a meeting with their advisor to plan their next semester and make sure they are on the correct pathway.  Any new students interested in registering for classes are encouraged to call 719-336-1590 to set up a meeting with an admissions counselor.

For a full schedule of spring courses, to apply for admission, or to register for courses, visit or LCC's Student Service Center (Betz Technology Center). may earn an affiliate commission if you purchase products or services through links in an article. Prices, when displayed, are accurate at the time of publication but may change over time. Commissions do not influence editorial independence.