All faculty, staff and administrators will now receive a 15 percent discount for food and beverage purchases at both Grand Avenue Market and the LCC West Café. Just present your LCC Star Card to the cashier.
If you have questions, please contact Cynthia Rooker at x9701.
Today, LCC released two reports, one compiled in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, and another compiled in compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act. They provide information about the number of crimes committed and/or reported on LCC’s campus. They are reports federal law mandates we issue; but more than that, they are our good-faith effort to ensure you are aware of your surroundings and have the information you need to keep yourself safe.
In addition to crime statistics, the reports include information about our efforts to continuously improve campus security. We are committed to finding new and better ways to ensure LCC is a safe, nurturing, welcoming environment for all students, employees and community members.
My top priority as LCC’s chief of police is keeping you and everyone on LCC’s campus safe. In addition to investigating criminal activity and patrolling campus, the LCC Police and Public Safety Department is available at any time to jump a car or personally escort you to and from your classes. We are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and we want to help. You can reach us at x1800.
If you would prefer a written copy of either of these reports, visit the Downtown Campus’ Police and Public Safety Office, located in the Gannon Building, Room 201.
Please read this report carefully, and use the information to protect yourself and your fellow classmates and colleagues.
Chief of Police
Lansing Community College Performing Arts brings this snappy comedy about clashing values and entitlement. Jamie, a wealthy high school sophisticate, goes head to head with Clark, her somewhat nerdy SAT tutor. While their personalities and situations initially clash, they eventually discard their snap judgments and negotiate an unusual pact in a winner-takes-all gamble for them both.
Details at www.lcc.edu/showinfo.
Sad you didn’t get a chair last year? Your next opportunity to win awesome prizes is here! The 2016-17 Experience #starpower Employee Appreciation Committee is back and planning tons of great events to celebrate your hard work and dedication.
To kick things off, let’s give away some prizes!
Star Selfie Contest
Submit a selfie in your favorite (safe, appropriate) LCC location. We have great spaces on all campuses and extension centers, so let’s see your favs!
Email your selfie to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sept. 30. As we receive your entries, we will post the photos on lcc.edu/experience, where you can vote for the best submission. Most votes wins! The winner will be announced in The Star newsletter Oct. 6.
Questions? Contact the employee appreciation committee at the email provided above.
The September issue of Student Health 101 is now available, and it’s not just for students! It’s got great advice for employees too, and student feedback routinely asks faculty and staff promote the newsletter to students, when appropriate. If you’d like to talk about how you can use Student Health 101 in your classroom, contact Amy Stoakes at email@example.com or Mari Croze at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this issue:
- Better U – Mind your Mind, Ask the Experts, app of the Month
- UCookbook – Overnight Oats
- 20 things we wish we’d known sooner
- The student guide to going out
- Commuter student? How to feel at home on campus
- Your fall fitness fix – How & why to make it happen
- The no-burnout guide to busy
- Feel like an imposter – How to own your awesome