As a new student, you should follow the steps detailed below.

  1. 1. Apply for Admission.
    • If you attended LFCC in the past and it has been more than 3 years, you will need to reapply for admission.
    • Students who have been dual enrolled will only need to set up security questions and password.
    • The completed application will indicate your Student ID number and MyLFCC username. The application may issue you a password. If so, keep your password. Make sure to keep this information handy.
  2. 3. Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships

    Please note:

    • The federal government does an initial review for eligibility. ONLY AFTER the LFCC FINANCIAL AID REVIEW, and completion of any required paperwork, is a financial aid award made.
    • Federal aid requires a high school diploma or GED.
    • Award updates are provided via LFCC student email.
  3. 4. Sign Up for New Student Orientation

    Bring the following with you:

    • MyLFCC username and password
    • High School Transcripts (if less than 5 years old)
    • SAT/ACT Test Scores (if less than 5 years old)
    • GED Transcripts (if less than 5 years old)
    • College Transcripts
    • Military Transcripts and Forms

International students and non-native English speakers (EAL) should follow the steps detailed below.

  1. 1. Apply for Admission.
    • If you are planning to attend Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) in F1 status, in addition to applying for admission, you must complete an F1 Student Application.
    • Students under the Dream Act (Deferred Action/DACA), permanent residents, and Au Pairs need to apply for admission and contact the Advising office (540-868-7120) for additional steps and/or paperwork that may need to be completed.
    • The completed application will indicate your Student ID number and MyLFCC username. The application may issue you a password. If so, keep your password. Make sure to keep this information handy.
    • For assistance please contact Lisa Currie, International and English as Another Language Advisor, at 540-868-7120 or lcurrie@lfcc.edu.
  2. 3. Sign Up for New Student Orientation

    Bring the following with you:

    • MyLFCC username and password
    • High School Transcripts (if less than 5 years old)
    • SAT/ACT Test Scores (if less than 5 years old)
    • GED Transcripts (if less than 5 years old)
    • College Transcripts
    • Military Transcripts and Forms

    All new students must take placement tests in English (Accuplacer or VPT) and Math (VPT).

    Students whose first language is not English and who did not graduate from a US high school, as well as any student requesting ESL classes, should take the Accuplacer English test. The Accuplacer test is designed for the following students:

    • Students who speak their native language most often at home
    • Those who have lived in the US less than 6 years
    • Those that did not attend high school in the US

    Students MUST have one of the following photo IDs in order to take placement testing:

    • valid driver’s license
    • passport
    • photo I.D. from D.M.V.
    • valid High School photo I.D.

    For assistance please contact Lisa Currie, International and English as Another Language Advisor, at 540-868-7120 or lcurrie@lfcc.edu.

  3. 4. For Eligible Non-US Citizens you may Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships

    Please note:

    • For eligibility please check https://studentaid.ed.gov/eligibility/non-us-citizens.
    • The federal government does an initial review for eligibility. ONLY AFTER the LFCC FINANCIAL AID REVIEW, and completion of any required paperwork, is a financial aid award made.
    • Federal aid requires a high school diploma or GED.
    • Award updates are provided via LFCC student email.
  4. 5. International Students Who Have Previous College Courses can Transfer in Credit/Credentials

As a student attending full time at another institution, you should follow the steps detailed below.

  1. 1. Apply for Admission.
    • The completed application will indicate your Student ID number and MyLFCC username. The application may issue you a password. If so, keep your password. Make sure to keep this information handy.
  2. 2. Complete and submit the Visiting Student Enrollment Request form to the Admissions and Records Office.
  3. 3. Pay Tuition

As a student holding associate’s degree or higher/teacher seeking recertification, you should follow the steps detailed below.

  1. 1. Apply for Admission.
    • The completed application will indicate your Student ID number and MyLFCC username. The application may issue you a password. If so, keep your password. Make sure to keep this information handy.
  2. 3. Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships
  3. 4. Complete and submit the Visiting Student Enrollment Request Form to the Admissions and Records Office.
  4. 5. Pay Tuition

As a student seeking to take a class for personal satisfaction, you should follow the steps detailed below.

  1. 1. Apply for Admission.
    • The completed application will indicate your Student ID number and MyLFCC username. The application may issue you a password. If so, keep your password. Make sure to keep this information handy.
  2. 3. Complete and submit the Enrollment Request Form to the Advising Office at counseling@lfcc.edu.
    • Please be prepared to provide a copy of unofficial transcripts, and/or reason for enrollment into class (es). For assistance, please contact the Advising office. On the Middletown Campus at 540-868-7110, or the Fauquier Campus at 540-351-1507.
  3. 4. Pay Tuition

As a senior citizens, you should follow the steps detailed below.

  1. 1. Apply for Admission.
    • The completed application will indicate your Student ID number and MyLFCC username. The application may issue you a password. If so, keep your password. Make sure to keep this information handy.
  2. 3. To be eligible for free registration, students must meet the requirements under the Senior Citizens Higher Education Program.

    To qualify for free tuition for Credit Courses, part-time or fulltime, under the Senior Citizens Higher Education Program, you must meet the following criteria:

    • Be 60 years of age or older.
    • Be a legal resident of Virginia.
    • Have an income not exceeding $23,850 for Virginia tax purposes for the year preceding the semester in which enrollment is sought. (You must provide a copy of the previous year’s Virginia tax return if you are seeking academic credit.)

    To qualify for free tuition for Audit of Credit Courses, part-time or fulltime, under the Senior Citizens Higher Education Program and I meet the following criteria:

    • Be 60 years of age or older.
    • Be a legal resident of Virginia for one year or more prior to the start of the term. Supporting documentation may be required.
  3. 4. Fill out the Senior Citizen Enrollment Request form.

    This form will be processed and students enrolled on the first day of classes, for those classes having open seats.

  4. 5. Pay Tuition

    Pay tuition if the above criteria are not met.

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