Admissions and Records Updates
Last Day to Drop Summer Classes
Students often ask how long they have to
drop a class after summer classes begin. The
that a class may be added or dropped with
for a refund up until 10% of class meetings
place. You may drop a class with no "W" on your
record until 30% of class meetings have
drop with a "W" up until 75% of class
occurred. Call the Admissions Office at
(925) 439-2181, ext. 7500 for the add and
classes; or contact the Cashier's Office for
date to drop a class with a refund.
How Are We Doing?
Please let us know
how your admission and registration
by completing a short
survey. Thank you in advance for your
with our efforts to improve service to students.
Summer textbooks go
on sale June 1st in the store and online.
Regular Summer Hours
Monday - Thursday 7:45 a.m. - 5:00
Extended Store Hours
June 1st, 2nd, 15th - 18th, 25th & 29th
7:45 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Summer Textbook Buyback
June 25th 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
July 22nd & 23rd 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
The LMC Bookstore will be closed Wednesday,
The Bookstore staff wishes you a wonderful
Announces New Service
"Ask The the Career Center"
The Career Center is now offering online
to students. We can help you with the following:
- Information regarding career resources,
education requirements, and/or identifying labor
- Explanation of online informal career
- Identify what resume format is right for
- Get your resume critiqued
- How to answer specific interview
- Referrals to campus and community resources
Send your questions to:
The following services are not available
- Formalized Career Assessments
- Resume Writing
- Interview Coaching
To obtain these services and others that
available online, please schedule a phone or
in-person appointment by calling (925)
EOPS is honored to announce
the twenty-six Contra Costa Community College
District students receiving the Kennedy-King
Scholarship this year, nine were LMC EOPS
The Kennedy-King Scholarship, founded in 1968 in
memory of Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. and
Robert F. Kennedy, provides $8000
students from minority groups who have
demonstrated academic success at one of the
district colleges. The EOPS Kennedy-King
are Samson Aghedo, Brenda Arroyo, Erica Givens,
Georgetta Hudson, Guadalupe Maya, Maritsa Ordaz,
Juan Robles, Jared Romero, and Eshe Satcher.
EOPS recognized four of its students for
academic progress, development, and community
contribution. Georgetta Hudson, Samson Aghedo
Guadalupe Valencia received the EOPS Achievement
Award which includes a $250 scholarship. Jared
Romero received the EOPS Perpetual Spirit Award
which includes a $1000 scholarship.
Financial Aid News
Need help to pay
your summer and fall classes? Please stop by
Office of Financial Aid to pick up a paper
fill out the 2009-
2010 Board of Governor's Grant (BOGG) Fee
You still have time to fill out the 2009-2010 FAFSA
application, too. Come to the office to
BOGG Fee Waivers and to get answers to any
questions you may have regarding your
You may also contact us at (925) 439-2181,
for general information. For detailed
your Financial Aid status, please check WebAdvisor.