New Transfer Students
Transfer students are provided with a degree audit based on the evaluation of transfer credits. A student who has transferred to Lake Erie College will receive a copy of his or her transfer credit evaluation soon after being admitted. The student should review this evaluation immediately to be certain that all credits earned at other colleges and universities have been considered. It is the student's responsibility to send to the Lake Erie College Registrar's Office an updated copy of any transcript listing credits that were not completed at the time of the student's original transcript evaluation. The degree audit serves as a plan for degree completion. Transfer students will complete their initial selection of classes during their first meeting with a member from the Office of Academic Advising, and will be assigned a faculty advisor in their field of study early in the semester to assist in future course selection. For additional information, please contact the Registrar's Office, at 440.375.7010 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Dean of the School of Business Robert Trebar or Donna Bares, Director of the Parker M.B.A. Program, meet with all MBA students. During this meeting, you will work together to build a specific program of courses that will meet your needs as both a professional and a student. You may contact Dean Trebar at 440.375.7115 or email@example.com or Donna Bares at 440.375.7075 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Masters in Education (M.Ed.)
Mr. Dale Sheptak, Interim Dean of the School of Professional and Continuing Education, advises all students in the Master of Education Program. Please contact Terri Orlando, Program Coordinator, at 440.375.7367 or at email@example.com for further information.
Admission to law school is largely determined by your undergraduate grades and your scores on the Law School Admission Test. Your pre-law advisor will advise you on the best ways to prepare for the LSAT as well as providing you with guidance in planning for and registering for the test, preparing your law school application and personal statement and identifying the law school that is just right for you.
The preparatory path to veterinary school does not involve a specialized "Pre-Veterinary" major. Colleges of Veterinary Medicine require students to complete courses in biology, chemistry and math in preparation for veterinary school. The required courses for admission to veterinary school can be integrated into many majors. Students may choose a major in the sciences such as chemistry or biology. More information on Preparing for Veterinary School.