No, post secondary means after high school.
If you went to any kind of 'college' where credit could be issued, you are required to report it to LSDAS. An omission can mean.... bye bye.
Ya know, if ya took a class at upper butt crack community college one summer and forgot to drop the class.....
a lot of people out there would just leave it and not get the transcript sent, who is going to know?
They probably wont, but if they find out... cya.
I even reported a class that I enrolled in and never withdrew from in the 1st week. Technically they had me on record as being a student....
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After you register for the LSDAS, you must have a separate transcript sent to LSAC from each undergraduate and graduate institution you have attended.
Transcripts you should have sent include:
undergraduate and graduate schools
schools attended for summer or evening courses
schools attended even though a degree was never received
schools from which you took college-level courses while in high school even though they were for high school credit
schools that sponsored your exchange or cooperative program abroad
Transcripts must be sent from schools even if:
credit was transferred from a school and it appears on another school's transcript
the school is closed
(These transcripts are usually maintained by the Department of Higher Education or by another school in the state in which the school was located, so you will need to contact them.)
"withdraw," "incomplete," etc., are the only grades listed
you have just enrolled
(Request that the registrar's office send a transcript of courses "in progress" or a statement of current enrollment. The document must bear the official registrar's seal.)