Get up, get moving, get energized! LCC’s Choosing Health! team is bringing back the Poker Walk on Tuesday, September 9th, Wednesday, October 8th, and Thursday, November, 13th. Best poker hands win a prize!
All event’s will take place:
- 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. – Join us anytime within this timeframe.
- Adado Riverfront Park
Start the school year off in style at Phil’s, LCC’s new campus store.
Located in the StarZone inside the Gannon Building, Phil’s is named after LCC’s founder and first president, Philip Gannon. Phil’s is now offering LCC students, faculty, staff, and visitors with quality LCC-branded apparel, accessories, gifts, supplies, and class needs, along with a unique line of #lovelansing-themed items that you will only find at Phil’s in Downtown Lansing.
New items are being added weekly, so be sure to stop by to see what’s new. For more information, please contact Phil’s at 483-150
There is no charge to students with RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information contact:
Martha Fujita, Special Assistant/Protocol
Office of Mayor Bernero 517-483-7651
LCC’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society will be having its first member meeting of the semester on Friday August 29, 2014 from 4pm-5pm in A&S Rm 105. We invite you to come and meet our new officer core and mingle with other members while enjoying light refreshments.
We are looking forward to another semester of success!
Mu Tau Chapter President- Anita Reyes
Contact Info: PTK Advisor – Lucy Smythe 517.483.1434
The Lansing Police Department and LCC Police and Public Safety will participate in an advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training on LCC’s downtown campus tonight, August 19, and tomorrow, August 20. Both trainings will be held in the 505 N. Capitol and TLC buildings from 6-8 p.m. Please be aware of the additional activity on campus during this realistic, scenario-based training.
Please contact LCC Police and Public Safety at (517) 483-1800 or email@example.com to address any questions or concerns.
Beginning August 21, 2014 you can ride CATA bus transportation to and from Main and West campuses on CATA Route 12. On the main downtown campus, pick-up will be on Grand Avenue and drop-off will be on Capitol Avenue.
At West campus, the bus stop is at the main building entrance and will display a CATA sign. Students registered in at least one course at West Campus are eligible to purchase a CATA bus semester pass for $40 with proof of registration.
To purchase a bus pass, visit Police and Public Safety on Main campus in the Gannon building in room 201.
Click here to see the schedule for this route and to view all of the CATA bus route options.
Lansing Community College has implemented a new Late Enrollment Policy effective Fall 2014 (to see the Late Enrollment policy in its entirety, please click here and select “Late Enrollment Policy for Face-to-Face Classes” listed under the heading “Registration Information”).
What does this new policy mean for you?
- Students who wish to enroll in a class before the first class session begins have enrollment priority over students who wish to enroll in a class after the first class session will have started. So, be sure to register for your classes early! (Online registration is now available until 10 minutes prior to the start of the first class session.)
- Please be aware that instructors have the authority to drop students who are enrolled but who are not in attendance on the first day of class. Therefore, if you are enrolled in a class already, be sure to attend the first session of the class, or, if you are unable to attend, communicate with your instructor prior to the start of the first class session if you would like to remain in the class.
- Priority for late enrollment is given to students on the waitlist in the order in which students’ names appear on the waitlist. If a seat becomes available, it is offered to the student whose name is at the top of the waitlist if the student attends the first class session. Students who are on the waitlist but who do not attend the first class session will have their names removed from the waitlist and lose their priority status.
- Instructors have the authority to enroll students late within the first one or two weeks of the class, depending on the length of the class. Beyond that, a dean’s signature is also required.
- Students must meet all other requirements for the class in order to be eligible to enroll in the class (for example, they must have satisfied course prerequisites, if applicable, and they must have met their financial responsibility for enrolling in the class).
If you are not enrolled in a class prior to the start of the first class session, you must attend the first class session and request the instructor’s permission to enroll in the class.
Please contact your instructor if you have questions.
Best wishes for a terrific and successful academic year!
Dr. Richard J. Prystowsky
Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs
Lansing Community College
8100 – Provost’s Office
P.O. Box 40010
610 N. Capitol Avenue
Lansing, MI 48901-7210