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Course Transfer Guide

ATTENTION STUDENTS: Do you plan to register for a class offered at another institution?

All classes taken as transient work must be approved prior to registering for the class. Please stop by the Academic Advising Office to obtain appropriate paperwork to be granted approval to register for a transient class. 

Steps to apply for Transient Coursework:

  1. Student meets with his/her faculty academic advisor to discuss courses and identify potential LEC requirements needed that may be fulfilled by transient work.
  2. Student reviews the courses available at the institution he/she plans to attend. 
  3. Student completes the Transient Student Form and obtains the faculty academic advisor's signature. 
  4. Student submits the request to the LEC Academic Advising Office for review. The Academic Advising Office will contact the student by email once the form has been reviewed. If approved, the form will be returned to the student for use during registration at the planned institution.

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Campus Response Information



As we approach the Fall 2021 semester, campus is beginning to gain some normalcy.  Classrooms are being configured with three feet of distance, furniture is back in place in the common spaces and we are (at least for now) able to see each other’s smiling faces; however, as we all know, COVID-19 and its variants are with us for the foreseeable future. 


It is important that we remain vigilant with regard to the protocols with which we are all familiar (e.g., hand washing, monitoring of symptoms, wearing a mask when appropriate, remaining watchful of CDC guidelines, etc.). Due to some recent recommendations by local and state officials, as well as evolving guidance from the CDC, the following protocols are in effect:   


We are asking all community members (faculty, staff, and students) to share proof of vaccination  by email to covidvaccine@lec.edu. This information will be used for data collection only to decide future safety protocols on campus. Please note the information is only checked by one employee and remains confidential. Those who do not wish to share the information will be marked as an unvaccinated individual.  


Those looking to obtain a vaccination can email covidvaccine@lec.edu for a list of available places. Lake Erie College is also hosting a vaccination clinic on August 25 from 10am-3pm with the second dose available on or around September 15. Please look for more information regarding vaccination opportunities in the near future.


Those who submit proof of vaccination will be entered into a raffle to win various prizes. Prizes include Storm Dollars, LEC apparel, and even your own designated parking space!  Vaccination is defined as more than 2 weeks since your second does (Moderna/Pfizer) or your single dose of Johnson and Johnson. Proof must be submitted by September 1, 2021 to be eligible.


We are instituting a mask mandate for indoor spaces beginning Monday, August 9, 2021. All community members (vaccinated or otherwise) are required to wear masks in any indoor space.  Updates will be given the week of August 30 after vaccination records have been collected.  



Once the information is collected and we have data to assist in further decision making, we will continue to look at mask mandates, testing requirements for those unvaccinated, quarantine requirements and other suggested guidelines by medical professionals.  We understand the importance of information sharing and will get completed policies and decisions out to the community regularly and as soon as possible.  




Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF III) Application

Lake Erie College has received federal funding made available by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA). This emergency fund was created to help students in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  This application is open to:

                Currently enrolled, undergraduate, degree seeking students

                Citizen or eligible non-citizen

                Students with a 2021-2022 valid FAFSA on file with Lake Erie College

 Students who have been affected by the pandemic and have emergency needs

This grant can be used toward any component of your cost of attendance (tuition, fees, housing, food, books and course materials, transportation) or for emergency costs that arise due to coronavirus such as technology, health care, mental health care or child care. 

Priority is given to students with exceptional need (Pell grant eligible).




For quicker payment processing, please Log into LEO and make the payment from the Students Tab, Student Account page.

Professional Development students must log in and use the Pay Must Pay Course option on the Professional Development Tab, Register and Pay. 

Payments made online can take 2 - 5 business days for processing.  eChecks may take up to 10 business days for processing and posting to a student account.

Contact the Bursar's Office (bursar@lec.edu) with questions.

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