Want to transfer to Lake Erie College? Our transfer advising staff will make it easy for you to continue on your degree path or create a new one!
Application Process for Transfer Students
Here is what you’ll need:
Traditional, Fast App or Common App
Official high school transcripts or GED certificate
If you haven't earned an associate degree
Official transcripts from ALL colleges and/or universities attended
ACT or SAT scores are not required but may be submitted
ACT or SAT scores are recommended for those who have been out of high school less than a year.
Optional Recommended Materials:
LEC will grant credit according to the . To see how your courses will transfer, check out the . If you don't see your school or class, please contact the Transfer Coordinator for a transcript evaluation.
Merit Scholarships for Transfer Students
We offer renewable scholarships based on your academic performance, strength of college-level coursework, and involvement in extracurricular activities. You can apply for additional financial assistance by filing a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid),
Transfer Scholars, 3.5+ GPA = $14,000 per year
Transfer Scholars, 3.0+ GPA = $12,000 per year
Transfer Scholars, 2.75+ GPA+ = $10,000 per year
Transfer Scholars, 2.5+GPA = $8,000 per year
Lakeland Community College, Eastern Gateway Community College, and Cuyahoga Community College Scholarship
Undergraduate students with a 2.5+ GPA from either LCC, EGCC, or Tri-C who have earned 29 credit hours are eligible to receive a two-year, stackable scholarship for $2,000. The last institution attended must be either LCC, EGCC, or Tri-C. Post-baccalaureate students do not qualify.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
Phi Theta Kappa is a national honor society for students attending two-year colleges. Recipients of this scholarship are Phi Theta Kappa members who transfer to LEC with a minimum 3.25 GPA. You must provide verification of your membership at the point of admission. This is a one-year award for $2000; $1000 will be credited in the first term of enrollment and the remaining $1000 will be credited in the second term. Note: does not apply to Post-baccalaureate programs.