Course schedule and registration numbers available here .
Dates to register:
students will be registered for required PRIME classes by the Registrar's
office staff and will receive their schedules by email by January 12.
- Log in to LCC Portal on http://portal.lcc.lt.
- Open your Academic
progress report from "Academics" section.
- Check if
your courses on the academic progress report are recorded
- Check which courses need to be
taken within each category: core, major, module outside
major (general electives).
- Review Spring
2020 courses on here.
Make sure to select those courses or sections where there
is space available. Check course descriptions in
order to see if you have taken all required prerequisites. Check
- If there are any questions
regarding course choice please contact your advisor by
email or in person.
- Your advisor's
name and email are indicated on your Academic
progress report available on http://portal.lcc.lt under
- The role of the advisor is very
important in the registration process. The advisor is to verify that
students are taking courses only with the correct prerequisites and in
the recommended sequence. Remember that your advisor may be busy. Check
with your advisor well in advance of
your deadline. Be sure to make an appointment for advising.
- Make sure to bring your most
updated Academic progress report to all advising sessions.
- On the portal http://portal.lcc.lt click
"Academics", then "Register for classes" and
"Create new registration form".
- At the top of the form you will
see your personal registration date. Course selection
and advisors' approval need to be completed by 15:00 of your
- Select classes from
the drop-down menu. Make sure to choose "For credit" rather
than "Audit" and indicate whether the class is
"Preferred" or "Alternative". Make sure to select
several alternative courses in case there is no room in any of the
preferred courses that you chose.
- Several classes for
upper level students and all classes for freshmen have been already
pre-selected by the Registrar’s office staff. These classes have to stay
on your registration form. But you are allowed to change their time
blocks, if applicable. You can remove the course by clicking “Remove” and
adding the same course with another time block from
the drop-down menu.
- Email your advisor and
request him/her to review and approve your classes after you have
finalized your choice. You can do this by
clicking “Submit”. If you
email your advisor well in advance of your registration day please make
sure to double check if there is still room in your chosen classes the
night before your registration day since the most updated numbers are posted by 18:00
before your registration day.
- After advisor receives your
registration form he/she will either "Sign"
besides each class if approved or put "Rejected"
if disapproved. Please be prompt to reply to
advisor's messages as your registration needs to be finalized by
15:00 of your registration day. After advisor confirms all
of your classes you will see "Advisor-signed' besides each one of
- Registrar's office will register
you on your registration day for all classes signed
by your advisor. You do not need to send a notification to the
Registrar's office to inform of your completed registration. If your
advisor does not sign all of your classes you will only be registered
for signed classes. The remaining classes will be
added as soon as your advisor signs them.
- On your registration day check your
email for registration confirmation. Contact Registrar’s
office (#23) immediately if there is no confirmation on your registration
will be registered after any financial or library debts are cleared.
- Priority in
registration is given to students first ranked by year, then by cumulative
may register for up to 36 credits per semester.
However, if a student's previous semester GPA (Fall 2019) will be lower
than 7.00 he/she will be allowed to take no more than 30 credits in the consecutive
semester (Spring 2020).
courses must be taken in their required year (i.e. Bible I, Bible II,
Lithuanian classes, Conflict Studies and Public Speaking in the 2nd
year//Worldview and Christian Faith and Political Economy in the 3rd
year. NOTE: Ethics can be taken when the PHI 341
prerequisite is met.
there is no room in the selected block students
are automatically registered to a different block if there is space
are strongly encouraged to select several alternative courses that
they will be registered for if there is no room in any selected
course(s) and waiting lists.
there is no room in the selected class, waiting list, and alternative
course students will be informed about that the same day by email and can
select another course no later than November 29.
is the maximum number of students on the waiting list.
For any questions please contact Student Financial
Services staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or
check https://lcc.lt/tuition-and-fees .
2020 tuition fees:
307.50 EUR per 6 ECTS credit course
153.75 EUR per 3 ECTS credit course
Tuition rate for PRIME students (semester) – 768.75
NEUMANN HALL OR ENNS HALL
- 2 person
room – 500 EUR/semester
- 4 person
room – 450 EUR/semester
- 5 person
room – 400 EUR/semester
- 6 person
room – 350 EUR/semester
Full payment for Spring 2020 semester is due December 20, 2019.
Payment Schedule Option:
- December 15, 2019
- January 15, 2020
- February 15, 2020
If you choose a payment schedule option, please fill in Payment
Schedule Registration Form and submit it to
Student Financial Services no later than December 1, 2019.The
administrative fee for payment schedule is 17 EUR and it will be added to your
financial statement after you have submitted the Payment Schedule Registration
Form. If you register late for the payment schedule you will be charged 23 EUR
note there will be a 60 EUR fine if you do not pay by the correct
The 60 EUR fine will be added to your account if the full payment is not
received by the SFS office by the deadline. LCC must receive the payment and
see it in your account by the deadline. Please note that international
transfers take up to 3-5 working days and local transfers up to 1-2 working
days. Therefore, we advise you to plan accordingly. If you are having difficulty
making your payment you must contact the Student Financial Services before the
first day of classes students must officially withdraw if they do not wish to
continue in that course. See the Registrar for details on withdrawing from a
course. The schedule below shows the financial consequences of withdrawing. The
tuition refund is based upon the day the withdrawal process is complete, not
the day the student ceases to attend the course.
- January 13 – January 19: 100%
- January 20 – February 2: 50%
- February 3 – February 16: 25%
- After February 16: 0%
refund is based upon the day the withdrawal process is complete, not the day
the student ceases to attend the course.