Monthly Archives: May 2017

Timesheet Instructions – Memorial Day

When completing and approving timecards for the June 9 pay period, 2017BW12, please remember Holiday Hours for Memorial Day, May 29 will be automatically recorded for the following employee groups:

  • Salaried Administrators  – Do not enter exception hours for May 29. The holiday will automatically be recorded.
  • FT Support*
  • FT Physical Plant*

*Eight Holiday hours will default on timesheets for May 29 for full-time support and Physical Plant. Disregard the “-8” populated in the default hours of timesheet; this will not affect the total hours.

Employee groups not listed above should record leave time (i.e. Holiday Pay, PTO) if available and if pay for the holiday is desired. Holiday worked hours should be reported only if work was performed on the actual holiday.

For more information, click Help, located in employee self-service on your timesheet in the top right corner.

Questions can be directed to our Payroll Department at FS-Payroll@lcc.edu or x1799.

Bring the family for a free day at the Potter Park Zoo June 25

All LCC employees, retirees, students and families get free admission to Lansing’s Potter Park Zoo Sunday, June 25, courtesy of the LCC Alumni Association.

The Potter Park Zoo is home to more than 160 species of animals, including this year’s featured animal, the kangaroo. In addition, the day will feature the Lansing Fire Department’s Engine #45, 15 percent off in the zoo gift shop, face painting by American Marketing Association students, free caricatures, and a photo booth.

Please help support the LCC student food pantry by bringing can or dry food donations. Parking is $3 for Ingham County residents and $5 for non-residents.

The event runs 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, June 25. RSVP and learn more at lcc.edu/zoo.

Timesheet Instructions – Memorial Day

When completing and approving timecards for the June 9 pay period, 2017BW12, please remember Holiday Hours for Memorial Day, May 29 will be automatically recorded for the following employee groups:

  • Salaried Administrators  – Do not enter exception hours for May 29. The holiday will automatically be recorded.
  • FT Support*
  • FT Physical Plant*

*Eight Holiday hours will default on timesheets for May 29 for full-time support and Physical Plant. Disregard the “-8” populated in the default hours of timesheet; this will not affect the total hours.

Employee groups not listed above should record leave time (i.e. Holiday Pay, PTO) if available and if pay for the holiday is desired. Holiday worked hours should be reported only if work was performed on the actual holiday.

For more information, click Help, located in employee self-service on your timesheet in the top right corner.

Questions can be directed to our Payroll Department at FS-Payroll@lcc.edu or x1799.

LCC baseball earn World Series appearance

The Stars baseball team is headed to the World Series after the school’s first-ever victory at the regional championship.

Led by Coach of the Year Drew Huard, the Stars beat out Grand Rapids Community College and Kellogg Community College in the first rounds of the regional competition before facing a three-game series against Sinclair Community College. The Stars won the first game 11-9 off the combined power of the top of the batting order – Jake CrumAlex Huard and Carson Eby. In game two, the Stars fell 15-11 after an exciting back-and-forth game in which both teams put seven runs on the board in the fifth inning.

For the third and winner-take-all game, it was all LCC. The Stars outscored Sinclair 12-0, led by Andrew Brighton’s second complete game pitched in the tournament. He earned tournament MVP honors for his work. The Stars battery was led by freshman Drew Cantrell and Chris Lowe.

With the victory, the Stars head to Enid, Oklahoma May 27-June 3 for their first-ever appearance in the NJCAA DII Baseball World Series. The team is an eight-seed and will play Southeast Community College from Nebraska 11 a.m. Saturday.

Youth Summer Programs now enrolling

LCC’s Youth Summer Programs offer a series of fun, educational weeklong classes for kids in grades 2-12. It’s a great way for your kids to do something they enjoy outside the house.

Better yet: Employees can use their tuition waivers for youth classes! Classes are available during the morning and afternoon, and before- and after-care is included in tuition so you don’t have to run them around during the work day.

Kids can choose from classes like:

  • Battling Robots
  • Okinawan Karate
  • Computer Fab Lab
  • Scripting Graphic Novels
  • Big Zoo Explorers
  • Science with Experiments
  • Prehistoric Predators
  • Rockets & Robots
  • Athena, Thor, and More
  • Alternative Energy Projects
  • Capture the Moment Photography
  • And more!

Visit lcc.edu/seriousfun for more information. If you’d like to use your tuition waiver, call x9308 or x1415 and ask for a summer Youth Program tuition waiver form.

Everyone welcome to May 12 employee Engagement and Resource Fair

More than 50 areas from around the college will participate in an Engagement and Resource Fair 9:30-11:30 a.m. Friday, May 12 in the Gannon Building.

The fair stems from conversations the AAC&U Equity Team had with faculty and staff who said to effectively serve our students, we have to know about the resources LCC offers to students and employees. It will serve as an opportunity to learn about our services, committees, programs, areas, departments and projects in-person.

The Office of the Provost, the Center for Teaching Excellence, the LCC Foundation and the AAC&U Equity Team all assisted in the fair’s organization.