Concurrent Enrollment with LSUA
Students may enroll simultaneously in courses at CLTCC and LSUA in order to take advantage of a variety of course offerings. A concurrently enrolled student may be enrolled in any program, but should speak to their advisor when choosing courses since not all courses are transferrable or financial aid eligible. If a student is eligible for financial aid, it will be awarded through the home institution and a voucher will be given to apply toward the tuition at the host institution. To concurrently enroll at CLTCC and LSUA:
- Apply online to both CLTCC and LSUA
- Complete your FAFSA and enter your home institution’s school code
- Contact Student Services to complete enrollment at CLTCC
Student Requirements for Concurrent Enrollment:
- A student must be eligible for admission at both the home and the host institutions and must provide required documents. No application fee will be required at the host institution. Students taking developmental coursework at the host institution will not necessarily be admissible to both institutions. This is the only exception to this requirement.
- A student will be eligible to take one course at the host institution for each course taken at the home institution with a maximum of six hours taken at the host institution per regular semester and a maximum of three hours taken at the host institution per summer session.
- A student may not enroll at the host institution for any course offered at the home institution during the academic semester of the concurrent enrollment, unless the course is full at the home institution and space is available at the host institution. Exception to this policy will require the permission of the student’s department head at the home institution. No permission is required for developmental coursework.
- A student will be advised, will register, and then pay the tuition and fees of the home institution for courses taken at the home institution. A student will be advised, will register, and then pay the tuition and fees of the host institution for courses taken at the host institution. If a student is eligible for financial aid, it will be awarded through the home institution and a voucher will be given to apply toward tuition at the host institution. The student will pay any tuition and fees not covered by their aid.
- Enrollment in certain courses is excluded from this agreement. These include independent study classes, internships, co-op work experiences, special projects, technical (non-academic) and other courses requiring individualized instruction.
- A concurrently enrolled student will follow the academic calendar, academic policies, and Student Code of Conduct of the host institution in all matters related to enrollment at the host institution; the student will assume responsibility for becoming familiar with said calendar and policies.
- A concurrently enrolled student will be eligible for an ID card issued by the host institution which will allow access to library services, open student computer labs, and any other services, activities, and events to which enrolled students have access.
- Parking decals of the home institution will be honored at the host institution.
For more information, contact CLTCC’s Student Services Department.