Required to register for classes

Once you’ve become a student at LSC, sign up for orientation. Orientation includes information about key policies and resources.


Take on-campus orientation if:

  • You need to take the Accuplacer placement test, or
  • You’re new to LSC (or haven’t taken classes here in the past 2 years), or
  • You’d like an in-person orientation at LSC.

During on-campus orientation you’ll:

  • Take the Accuplacer placement test (if required)-check the placement test schedule. You could save time by taking the test in advance or at a location closer to you.
  • Meet with a Professional Advisor.
  • Register for courses.


Take online orientation if:

  • You’re taking eLearning courses only, or
  • You’re an experienced transfer or returning student, and
  • You don’t need to take the Accuplacer placement test, and
  • If the above apply and you’d prefer an online orientation.

Parents, Spouses, Significant Others

You’re welcome at orientation to learn more about how you can help your Lake Superior College student!

  • Get important information about Lake Superior College!
  • Find out about FREE campus resources available to your student to academically succeed!
  • Gain an understanding of the transition to college for parents and students and have more productive conversations with your student by being informed!
  • Accuplacer placement test

    You’ll be required to take the placement test at your orientation session unless:

    • You’ve taken the test through LSC or another institution within the past two years.
    • You have qualifying ACT, MCA or SAT scores
    • Or you’ve completed appropriate college level writing or math courses.

  • Advising session

    Orientation attendees will meet with an advisor to:

    • Review your first semester course plan
    • Review your degree requirements
    • Help you understand your placement test results

  • Register for courses during orientation

    • Attend orientation to learn how to register for classes using our online registration portal (e-services).
    • When you leave you’ll have registered for courses for the upcoming semester.

If you need accommodations, please contact Disability Services at (218) 733-7650 or MRS/TTY (800) 627-3529.