Motorcycle parking is available in two locations: LCC Gannon Ramp Level 1 and Lot W (located on Capitol and Shiawassee). In both the Ramp and the Lot, the motorcycle space is located in the southwest area and has a designated motorcycle parking sign. Please park within these designated areas only.
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LCC employees are invited to attend Ernie Block’s retirement celebration at 1:30 p.m., May 1, in the Board Room of the Administration Building. Cake and punch will be provided.
The Learning Commons is collecting feedback from students and employees. We would like you to participate. Take the survey using the link below.
Join us for a fun “Selfie Sculpture Walk Scavenger Hunt” from noon to 1 p.m., Thursday, April 23. Meet in the courtyard outside the Star Zone. Participants can work in teams or on their own and will be given clues to find specific sculptures on campus. Once they find the sculpture, they will take a “selfie” with the sculpture. This event is open to everyone on campus. Bring a friend, coworker, or come alone and enjoy the event!
Lansing Community College is currently in the process of replacing the Star Card system with an access card system for greater campus security. The new identification card will not be used for buying goods and services. The College is changing its internal systems to accept personal credit or debit cards for this purpose.
As a result, effective May 15, 2015 LCC students and employees will no longer be able to add funds to their Star Cards. However, employees and students may continue purchasing goods and services until the stored amount on the card is used up. Phil’s and Gibson’s are the only locations with Star Card readers that allow students and employees to purchase items with remaining funds on Star Cards.
Students and employees will have until June 15, 2015 to cash out any remaining stored value on their Star Card at Phil’s.
May 15: Last day to add funds to a Star Card.
June 15: Last day to cash out the remaining balance on a Star Card at Phil’s student store located in the Gannon Building StarZone. After this date, employees and students will no longer be able to refund any remaining value on a Star Card.
Star Cards may also still be used as an ID card, library card, in the computer lab, and as a fitness center access card.
In reference to Print Credits: Students and employees will be able to purchase additional Print Credits on Market Place with a credit or debit card on and after May 15 at lcc.edu/mall. For additional information, please contact Cynthia Rooker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AFT Michigan is offering three eligibility categories of the “Rollie Hopgood Future Teachers Scholarship Award” for qualifying individuals. These categories are:
- Graduating senior of an AFT Michigan high school with a goal of becoming a teacher.
- AFT Michigan PSRP member enrolled, full or part time, in a teacher certification program at a college or university.
- AFT Michigan member’s son or daughter who is a graduating senior with the goal of becoming a teacher.
Applications are available at www.aftmichigan.org, or you can contact Carolyn Dembowski at email@example.com to receive a hard copy. Scholarship application deadline is June 3, 2015.
Join the Alzheimer’s Disease Association 12:10 p.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesday, April 22, and 12:10 to 1 p.m., April 29, in Gannon Room 233 for a very insightful and educational presentation on the Basics of Alzheimer’s and the 10 Signs For Early Detection. This presentation will inform you of the seriousness of this disease and how it is impacting numerous individuals and families across the nation. Contact Dr. Ivy Tagger for additional information 517-483-1450.
The 2014-2015 One Book #OneLCC community read of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot is set to conclude on April 21st with a visit from the family of Henrietta Lacks!
Two of Henrietta Lacks’ grandchildren, Jeri Lacks Whye and David Lacks Jr. will visit LCC on April 21st to engage students, employees and the community in open dialog about the HeLa genome, the Lacks family legacy, memories of their grandmother, and associated topics.
Two fantastic events are planned in conjunction with Jeri and David’s visit to LCC On April 21st, both of which are open to the public:
Lacks Family Welcome Reception
5:30-6:30 p.m, Library, 3rd floor
This is a ticketed event and attendance is limited. Tickets can be purchased online for the minimum suggested donation of $25 each. Free tickets are available to LCC students.
Welcome Reception tickets include:
- guaranteed seating at the Lacks Family Public Presentation
- a fabulous appetizer dinner
- meet and greet / book signing
Ticket sales will support future One Book #OneLCC programming.
Lacks Family Presentation
7 – 8 p.m., Dart Auditorium
This event is completely free and open to the public with seating available on a first-come, first-served basis. Enjoy a presentation given by Jeri Lacks Whye and David Lacks, a question and answer session moderated by Health and Human Services Division Dean Margie Clark, and an open audience question and answer session. Don’t forget, Welcome Reception tickets will guarantee you have a seat at this event!
Visit lcc.edu/onebook for more information.