LCC’s Achieve 360 Skill Builder Series, “mind.blown.” returns for the spring 2020 semester today 11a.m.-1:30p.m. in the Gannon Building Commons. Stop by for freebies, food or a good laugh!
The mind.blown. series teaches life, study and emotional skills through fun, engaging activities. It is a collegewide student support initiative to help bridge the gap between academic and personal skills as well as a way to connect students with on- and off-campus resources.
Can’t make it today? Catch the mind.blown team’s “eat stuff and learn things” events Wednesdays in the Success Lounge (back of the StarZone) from 11a.m.-1p.m. throughout the spring semester.
Questions? Contact the Academic Success Coaching Team at 517-483-1924.
Stay warm inside LCC’s Gannon Building and watch the Annual Silver Bells in the City parade on the big screen. This year’s event features food trucks, a holiday costume contest, Disney’s Frozen character appearances, face painting by LCC art students, live music by LCC music students and faculty, and other fun activities.
Employees are welcome to bring friends and family. RSVP with your number of guests and view all activities at lcc.edu/silverbells.
Silver Bells in the City Parade Watch Party from 5:30 – 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 22.
After the parade, the 14th Annual Silver Bells in the City Radio Play will take place at Dart Auditorium. This year, live audience members will enjoy Back to the Present is a quirky holiday-themed parody of Back to the Future written by LCC’s own Daedalian Lowry. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., show begins around 8 p.m.
Immediately following the Silver Bells in the City parade (and watch party in Gannon), head to LCC’s Dart Auditorium to take part in a live audience experience during this year’s radio play. Back to the Present, a semi-parody of Back to the Future with a holiday twist will also air on LCC Radio 89.7FM WLNZ.
The 14th annual WLNZ Silver Bells in the City Radio Play returns to Dart Auditorium with “Back to the Present,” a semi-parody of “Back to the Future” with a holiday twist. Participate in the live audience immediately after the Silver Bells parade on Friday, Nov. 22 around 8 p.m.
Attendees will learn about exciting careers in cybersecurity, explore educational opportunities and tour LCC’s West Campus.
Students, parents and community members are invited to learn about career opportunities in Cybersecurity. Local professionals and LCC faculty will present on the wide variety of career options and education/training needed to enter into this growing field.
MSU advisors will host on-campus information sessions for LCC students who intend to transfer on Oct. 14, 15 21 and 22.
Three one-hour sessions on both days: >10:30 a.m. >1:30 p.m. >3:30 p.m.
During this session, students will learn about the MSU application process, what tasks they need to complete as LCC students transferring to MSU, and schedule individual appointments with MSU advisors to create an LCC to MSU plan.
Students of all majors may sign up at the Advising Desk in the StarZone or call 517-483-1957, option 4.