Veterans Services

Please pick a status that best describes you:

Active Duty / Reservists

Here is a general overview of how to get started. Once you have applied you will receive an email detailing your new student path that will outline steps you need to complete.

1. Apply for Admission

  • If you have taken Dual Enrolled classes through LFCC, click here for your specific next steps.
  • If you attended LFCC in the past and it has been more than 3 years, you will need to reapply for admission.
  • The completed application will indicate your Student ID number and MyLFCC username. Make sure to print or screen shot this information.

2. Check your personal email account

  • Once you submit your application you will receive an email, sent to the email account you used to apply to the college, with personalized next steps. Follow the instructions in this email to continue on your new student steps.
  • If you recently applied and did not receive an email, call (540) 868-7110 for your new student steps.

3. Take the Placement Test if needed

If you are a new student, you must show readiness for college-level English and Math. There are multiple ways to prove that you are ready for college-level English and Math. Click here to determine if you need to take the Placement Test.

4. 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.
  • Active Duty/Reservists may utilize Financial Aid and VA Education benefits at the same time.

5. Prepare for and attend Orientation 

Students who wish to enroll in a degree or certificate must meet the orientation requirement. At orientation you will explore certificate and degree programs, learn important information about student resources, financial aid, using your MYLFCC account, your assigned advisor, and more! The email you received after application will help you sign up for orientation (refer to step 2).

Before attending orientation, you will need to:

Establish Your MyLFCC Account

  • Log in using the user name you received upon completing and submitting your application. If you experience difficulty logging in to MyLFCC, please contact Admissions at 540-868-7105.
  • Set your five security questions as prompted.
  • Click on “Account Details” in the top right corner of the screen.
  • Follow the prompts to change your password.

Establish Your Student Email Account

  • Log in to MyLFCC with your new password.
  • Select Gmail link.
  • Read and agree to Gmail agreement terms.
  • Your account is established once you can view your Gmail inbox.
  • Check your student email daily for important information.
  • LFCC email can be forwarded to a personal email account by clicking on settings (a gear icon) in the top right corner of your inbox.
  • This is the official form of communication from LFCC and all notifications/information will be sent via student email.

During Orientation you will need the following documents and information:

  • MyLFCC username and password
  • Bring any documentation required as instructed from your Placement Test assessment. Click hereif you have not completed the Placement Test Assessment. This documentation may include:
    • High school transcript (if you graduated within the past five years)
    • College transcript/s
    • SAT Scores (if taken in the past five years)
    • ACT Scores (if taken in the past five years)
    • GED Scores (if taken in the past four years)
    • Any additional information that has been requested by another office

When you attend new student orientation, you will be given instructions on how to make an appointment with a Veterans Services advisor. At that advising appointment, we’ll discuss education goals, your degree plan, and enrollment of courses will be discussed. 

6.  Prepare for and attend your advising appointment

If using military education benefits:

Send college transcripts and your Joint Services Transcript electronically to LFCC

  • Have any college transcripts sent to LFCC for evaluation of possible credit transfer
    • You may want to send LFCC your Joint Services Transcript, which could grant you college credit. You can do that by clicking here for the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard, or here for the Air Force

Domicile Paperwork

In order to receive in-state tuition rates, you must either prove you are residing in Virginia, or you must meet the Military Exception for in-state tuition.  

  • Please click Here for information on Military Domicile.
  • Call or email Admissions and Records to inquire about current domicile status:

7. Enroll in classes

8. Buy your books at http://lfccbookstore.com or visit your nearest LFCC campus bookstore.

9. Start Class!

Veterans

Here is a general overview of how to get started. Once you have applied you will receive an email detailing your new student path that will outline steps you need to complete.

1. Apply for Admission

  • If you have taken Dual Enrolled classes through LFCC, click here for your specific next steps.
  • If you attended LFCC in the past and it has been more than 3 years, you will need to reapply for admission.
  • The completed application will indicate your Student ID number and MyLFCC username. Make sure to print or screen shot this information.

2. Check your personal email account

  • Once you submit your application you will receive an email, sent to the email account you used to apply to the college, with personalized next steps. Follow the instructions in this email to continue on your new student steps.
  • If you recently applied and did not receive an email, call (540) 868-7110 for your new student steps.

3. Take the Placement Test if needed

If you are a new student, you must show readiness for college-level English and Math. There are multiple ways to prove that you are ready for college-level English and Math. Click here to determine if you need to take the Placement Test.

4. 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.
  • Active Duty/Reservists may utilize Financial Aid and VA Education benefits at the same time.

5. Prepare for and attend Orientation 

Students who wish to enroll in a degree or certificate must meet the orientation requirement. At orientation you will explore certificate and degree programs, learn important information about student resources, financial aid, using your MYLFCC account, your assigned advisor, and more! The email you received after application will help you sign up for orientation (refer to step 2).

Before attending orientation, you will need to:

Establish Your MyLFCC Account

  • Log in using the user name you received upon completing and submitting your application. If you experience difficulty logging in to MyLFCC, please contact Admissions at 540-868-7105.
  • Set your five security questions as prompted.
  • Click on “Account Details” in the top right corner of the screen.
  • Follow the prompts to change your password.

Establish Your Student Email Account

  • Log in to MyLFCC with your new password.
  • Select Gmail link.
  • Read and agree to Gmail agreement terms.
  • Your account is established once you can view your Gmail inbox.
  • Check your student email daily for important information.
  • LFCC email can be forwarded to a personal email account by clicking on settings (a gear icon) in the top right corner of your inbox.
  • This is the official form of communication from LFCC and all notifications/information will be sent via student email.

During Orientation you will need the following documents and information:

  • MyLFCC username and password
  • Bring any documentation required as instructed from your Placement Test assessment. Click hereif you have not completed the Placement Test Assessment. This documentation may include:
    • High school transcript (if you graduated within the past five years)
    • College transcript/s
    • SAT Scores (if taken in the past five years)
    • ACT Scores (if taken in the past five years)
    • GED Scores (if taken in the past four years)
    • Any additional information that has been requested by another office

When you attend new student orientation, you will be given instructions on how to make an appointment with a Veterans Services advisor. At that advising appointment, we’ll discuss education goals, your degree plan, and enrollment of courses will be discussed. 

6. Prepare for and attend your advising appointment

 If using military education benefits:

Send college transcripts and your Joint Services Transcript electronically to LFCC

  • Have any college transcripts sent to LFCC for evaluation of possible credit transfer
    • You may want to send LFCC your Joint Services Transcript, which could grant you college credit. You can do that by clicking here for the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard, or here for the Air Force

Domicile Paperwork

In order to receive in-state tuition rates, you must either prove you are residing in Virginia, or you must meet the Military Exception for in-state tuition.  

  • Please click Here for information on Military Domicile.
  • Call or email Admissions and Records to inquire about current domicile status:

7. Enroll in classes

8. Buy your books at http://lfccbookstore.com or visit your nearest LFCC campus bookstore.

9. Start Class!

Spouses and Dependents

Here is a general overview of how to get started. Once you have applied you will receive an email detailing your new student path that will outline steps you need to complete.

1. Apply for Admission

  • If you have taken Dual Enrolled classes through LFCC, click here for your specific next steps.
  • If you attended LFCC in the past and it has been more than 3 years, you will need to reapply for admission.
  • The completed application will indicate your Student ID number and MyLFCC username. Make sure to print or screen shot this information.

2. Check your personal email account

  • Once you submit your application you will receive an email, sent to the email account you used to apply to the college, with personalized next steps. Follow the instructions in this email to continue on your new student steps.
  • If you recently applied and did not receive an email, call (540) 868-7110 for your new student steps.

3. Take the Placement Test if needed

If you are a new student, you must show readiness for college-level English and Math. There are multiple ways to prove that you are ready for college-level English and Math. Click here to determine if you need to take the Placement Test.

4. 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.
  • Active Duty/Reservists may utilize Financial Aid and VA Education benefits at the same time.

5. Prepare for and attend Orientation 

Students who wish to enroll in a degree or certificate must meet the orientation requirement. At orientation you will explore certificate and degree programs, learn important information about student resources, financial aid, using your MYLFCC account, your assigned advisor, and more! The email you received after application will help you sign up for orientation (refer to step 2).

Before attending orientation, you will need to:

Establish Your MyLFCC Account

  • Log in using the user name you received upon completing and submitting your application. If you experience difficulty logging in to MyLFCC, please contact Admissions at 540-868-7105.
  • Set your five security questions as prompted.
  • Click on “Account Details” in the top right corner of the screen.
  • Follow the prompts to change your password.

Establish Your Student Email Account

  • Log in to MyLFCC with your new password.
  • Select Gmail link.
  • Read and agree to Gmail agreement terms.
  • Your account is established once you can view your Gmail inbox.
  • Check your student email daily for important information.
  • LFCC email can be forwarded to a personal email account by clicking on settings (a gear icon) in the top right corner of your inbox.
  • This is the official form of communication from LFCC and all notifications/information will be sent via student email.

During Orientation you may need the following documents and information:

  • MyLFCC username and password
  • Bring any documentation required as instructed from your Placement Test assessment. Click here if you have not completed the Placement Test Assessment. This documentation may include:
    • High school transcript (if you graduated within the past five years)
    • College transcript/s
    • SAT Scores (if taken in the past five years)
    • ACT Scores (if taken in the past five years)
    • GED Scores (if taken in the past four years)
    • Any additional information that has been requested by another office

When you attend new student orientation, you will be given instructions on how to make an appointment with a Veterans Services advisor. At that advising appointment, we’ll discuss education goals, your degree plan, and enrollment of courses will be discussed. 

6.  Prepare for and attend your advising appointment

      If using military education benefits:

  • Apply Here for Chapter 33 TOE after the Veteran has transferred benefits
  • Apply Here for Chapter 35 Survivors’ and Dependents’ Education Assistance Program (DEA)
  • Apply Here for Virginia Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program (VMSDEP)
  • Submit a CERT (VA Certification Request Form) each semester to verify with LFCC that you want to use your benefits before we certify you

Send college transcripts electronically to LFCC 

  • Have any college transcripts sent to LFCC for evaluation to possible credit transfer 

Domicile Paperwork

In order to receive in-state tuition rates, you must either prove you are residing in Virginia, or you must meet the Military Exception for in-state tuition.  

  • Please click Here for information on Military Domicile.
  • Call or email Admissions and Records to inquire about current domicile status:

7. Enroll in classes

8. Buy your books at http://lfccbookstore.com or visit your nearest LFCC campus bookstore.

9. Start Class!

Guardsmen

Here is a general overview of how to get started. Once you have applied you will receive an email detailing your new student path that will outline steps you need to complete.

1. Apply for Admission

  • If you have taken Dual Enrolled classes through LFCC, click here for your specific next steps.
  • If you attended LFCC in the past and it has been more than 3 years, you will need to reapply for admission.
  • The completed application will indicate your Student ID number and MyLFCC username. Make sure to print or screen shot this information.

2. Check your personal email account

  • Once you submit your application you will receive an email, sent to the email account you used to apply to the college, with personalized next steps. Follow the instructions in this email to continue on your new student steps.
  • If you recently applied and did not receive an email, call (540) 868-7110 for your new student steps.

3. Take the Placement Test if needed

If you are a new student, you must show readiness for college-level English and Math. There are multiple ways to prove that you are ready for college-level English and Math. Click here to determine if you need to take the Placement Test.

4. 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.
  • Active Duty/Reservists may utilize Financial Aid and VA Education benefits at the same time.

5. Prepare for and attend Orientation 

Students who wish to enroll in a degree or certificate must meet the orientation requirement. At orientation you will explore certificate and degree programs, learn important information about student resources, financial aid, using your MYLFCC account, your assigned advisor, and more! The email you received after application will help you sign up for orientation (refer to step 2).

Before attending orientation, you will need to:

Establish Your MyLFCC Account

  • Log in using the user name you received upon completing and submitting your application. If you experience difficulty logging in to MyLFCC, please contact Admissions at 540-868-7105.
  • Set your five security questions as prompted.
  • Click on “Account Details” in the top right corner of the screen.
  • Follow the prompts to change your password.

Establish Your Student Email Account

  • Log in to MyLFCC with your new password.
  • Select Gmail link.
  • Read and agree to Gmail agreement terms.
  • Your account is established once you can view your Gmail inbox.
  • Check your student email daily for important information.
  • LFCC email can be forwarded to a personal email account by clicking on settings (a gear icon) in the top right corner of your inbox.
  • This is the official form of communication from LFCC and all notifications/information will be sent via student email.

During Orientation you will need the following documents and information:

  • MyLFCC username and password
  • Bring any documentation required as instructed from your Placement Test assessment. Click here if you have not completed the Placement Test Assessment. This documentation may include:
    • High school transcript (if you graduated within the past five years)
    • College transcript/s
    • SAT Scores (if taken in the past five years)
    • ACT Scores (if taken in the past five years)
    • GED Scores (if taken in the past four years)
    • Any additional information that has been requested by another office

When you attend new student orientation, you will be given instructions on how to make an appointment with a Veterans Services advisor. At that appointment, we’ll discuss education goals, your degree plan, and enrollment to courses.  

6. Prepare for and attend your advising appointment

If using military education benefits:

Application Deadline Dates:

1 July – Fall Semester

1 November – Spring Semester

1 April – Summer Semester

Send college transcripts and your Joint Services Transcript electronically to LFCC

  • Have any college transcripts sent to LFCC for evaluation of possible credit transfer
    • You may want to send LFCC your Joint Services Transcript, which could grant you college credit. You can do that by clicking here for the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard, or here for the Air Force

Domicile Paperwork

In order to receive in-state tuition rates, you must either prove you are residing in Virginia, or you must meet the Military Exception for in-state tuition.  

  • Please click Here for information on Military Domicile.
  • Call or email Admissions and Records to inquire about current domicile status:

7. Enroll in classes

8. Buy your books at http://lfccbookstore.com or visit your nearest LFCC campus bookstore.

9. Start Class!

Visiting / Guest Students

Here is a general overview of how to get started. Once you have applied you will receive an email detailing your new student path that will outline steps you need to complete.

1. Apply for Admission

  • If you have taken Dual Enrolled classes through LFCC, click here for your specific next steps.
  • If you attended LFCC in the past and it has been more than 3 years, you will need to reapply for admission.
  • The completed application will indicate your Student ID number and MyLFCC username. Make sure to print or screen shot this information.

2. Check your personal email account

  • Once you submit your application you will receive an email, sent to the email account you used to apply to the college, with personalized next steps. Follow the instructions in this email to continue on your new student steps.
  • If you recently applied and did not receive an email, call (540) 868-7110 for your new student steps.

Establish Your MyLFCC Account

  • Log in using the user name you received upon completing and submitting your application. If you experience difficulty logging in to MyLFCC, please contact Admissions at 540-868-7105.
  • Set your five security questions as prompted.
  • Click on “Account Details” in the top right corner of the screen.
  • Follow the prompts to change your password.

Establish Your Student Email Account

  • Log in to MyLFCC with your new password.
  • Select Gmail link.
  • Read and agree to Gmail agreement terms.
  • Your account is established once you can view your Gmail inbox.
  • Check your student email daily for important information.
  • LFCC email can be forwarded to a personal email account by clicking on settings (a gear icon) in the top right corner of your inbox.
  • This is the official form of communication from LFCC and all notifications/information will be sent via student email.

Complete and submit the Visiting Student Enrollment Request form to the Admissions and Records Office.

3.  If you are using military education benefits for these courses, you must provide to LFCC Veteran Services office:

  • Parent letter from your home school (contact your School Certifying Official for this letter)
    • Letter should list the approved course name(s) and number of credits
    • Original signature of parent school School Certifying Official
  • Proof of military education benefits. Student must submit either:
    • Certificate of eligibility
    • Ebenefits Screenshot with student name, benefit type, eligibility percentage and number of remaining months
  • Completed CERT (VA Certification Request Form)

 

 Pay tuition by the deadline

4. Enroll in classes

5. Buy your books at http://lfccbookstore.com or visit your nearest LFCC campus bookstore.

6. Start Class!

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What does LFCC provide for military students?

    • Dedicated academic advising
    • Assistance in coordinating military-related federal and state educational benefits
    • Help selecting classes and navigating LFCC policies
    • Priority enrollment before other LFCC students
    • Free printing
    • Transfer Assistance
    • Evaluation of military transcripts for college credit

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