2. Email or call Counseling Services for registration information.
Please note the following information about the application process:
Students who apply for admission to a Lake Land College certificate or degree program or who wish to register for an English (ENG) or math (MAT) course must meet placement requirements prior to registration.
Access to IRIS:
An application must be processed before a student can access IRIS. Please note that the application process for creating an IRIS ID may take 24 to 48 hours. When completed, you can access IRIS on the LLC Hub.
Students who have previously applied to the college, but have not taken courses the previous semester (excluding summer) must reapply before they can access IRIS.
Q: How do I withdraw from an online course for which I am officially registered?
In order to drop or withdraw from a course, students must either use IRIS (Internet Registration and Information System), submit a completed Change of Schedule form to the Admissions and Records Office or at the Kluthe Center, or call the Admissions and Records Office. It is the student's responsibility to drop courses according to policy and to secure proper documentation.
Students should be aware that there are different deadline dates for dropping a course to receive a refund or to withdraw from a course. See the Important Dates page.
Q: How will I get the textbooks for an online course?
Students taking Internet courses must pick up rented textbooks/CDs/DVDs through the Textbook Library Service located in the Lake Land College Bookstore on the main campus. Students unable to pick up and return their textbooks/CDs/DVDs on campus should make arrangements to purchase these items through the Lake Land College Bookstore or from other sources.
Q: Will I need to be a computer expert to take an online class?
It is not necessary to be a computer expert to take an online class; however, you should feel comfortable using word processing and web browser programs, downloading files, and sending and receiving email.
Q: What are the computer requirements for taking an online class?
Please review the Technical Requirements page for further details.
Q: What is Instructure Canvas?
Instructure Canvas is a web-based application that gives you access to your course, the instructor, and other students in the course. The instructor will organize course materials and activities which allow you to participate in the course using the tools in Canvas. Please note each course will be different and your instructor may or may not use of all of the tools available in Canvas. Face-to-face tutorial sessions are offered at the beginning of each semester and online tutorials are available at any time.
Q: Do online classes require campus visits?
Some courses require campus visits for proctored tests and/or labs. Please review the requirements in the instructor's welcome letter. Proctored tests require an appointment.
Q: How do I access my courses?
All courses use Instructure Canvas.
Q: Who do I contact if I have problems with an online course?
Please refer to the Online Help Desk Form for technical problems.