Monthly Archives: November 2015

Assessment Center Name Change

The Assessment Center is excited to announce that they have changed their name to Testing Services.  The name change will better reflect the multiple testing offices and the variety of testing related services that are offered at LCC.

The testing offices on Main Campus follow:

LCC also offers the following proctored testing sites for online courses:  Downtown Campus, West Campus, the Livingston County Center in Howell, and LCC North.

Questions? Contact Matt Lemon at 517-267-5507.

Write, Engage, Grow! Enter the One Book #OneLCC Writing Contest by December 9

Express your thoughts through essay, poetry, or fiction writing about a theme from this year’s One Book #OneLCC title, The True American by Anand Giridharadas.

Didn’t read the book? That’s okay! Get inspired by learning more about the book and related themes on The True American research guide.

Prizes in Each Category
First: $100; Second: $50; Third: $25

Essays: 800-1500 words, non-fiction, reflections, persuasion, memoirs
Poetry: up to 3 poems
Flash Fiction: up to 1000 words

Eligibility: Open to current LCC students

Submissions Due December 9
Submit entries in rich text (.rtf) or Word (.docx) format by email to

Winners Reception
Contest winners will be celebrated at a reception on January 26, 2016.

Sponsored By
One Book #OneLCC and a grant from the CTL Writing Team in honor of Alan Maar, a champion of LCC writing instruction.

Contact Victoria Meadows at

Early LCC Openings

Early LCC, our NAEYC Accredited and 5 Star Quality on-site childcare center, currently has an opening for a full-time 4 year old Preschool student and a full-time 18 months-3 year old Toddler.

To find out more information or schedule a tour, please call 517-483-1100.

Visit for more information.

Donate to the Food Drive and be entered to win!

Food Drive | November 16-20

Drop off your non-perishable donations by Friday, November 20th to be entered into a drawing to win $200 in MBS bookstore credit (2 awards). Drawing entry forms available at drop-off locations (Gannon Building Student Life Office and TLC Library check-out desk).

Drawing will take place Monday, November 23rd.

Homecoming Week

Homecoming week is here!

Visit for a complete schedule of events.

Tuesday, Nov. 17
Campus Tailgate
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Tents between Gannon Building (GB) and Arts and Sciences (A&S)
FREE FOOD! Hot Apple Cider, Pizza, Gourmet Hot Dogs, and Music!

Wednesday, Nov. 18
LCC Spirit Day
Show your school spirit and wear LCC apparel. LCC students, staff and alumni get 20% off on all regular priced products (excluding course packs, CATA bus passes and gift cards) at Phil’s Monday-Friday of Homecoming Week!

Limited Edition Homecoming T-Shirts
Free, while supplies last! 10 am – 5pm
Pick up yours at CASE Credit Union, Gannon Building Star Zone

Campus Tailgate
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Tents between Gannon Building (GB) and Arts and Sciences (A&S)
FREE FOOD! Hot Apple Cider, Pizza, Gourmet Hot Dogs, and Music!

Homecoming Basketball Games
5:30 pm – Women’s Basketball Game – Gannon Building (GB) Gymnasium, 3rd Floor
7:30 pm – Men’s Basketball Game – Gannon Building (GB) Gymnasium, 3rd Floor
*Homecoming Prize Drawings will take place at half time of each game.
Prizes include: Massage Program gift certificates, (2) $25 Phil’s gift cards.

Friday, Nov. 20
The Tenth Annual Silver Bells in City Radio
Around 8 pm in Dart Auditorium, right after the Silver Bells parade and fireworks!

Greater Lansing Food Bank Drive
November 16-20
Students who donate non-perishable food items will be entered into a drawing to win $200 in MBS bookstore credit (2 awards). Drop off locations and drawing entry forms will be at the Gannon Building Student Life Office and TLC Library check-out desk.

LCC Web Refresh Town Hall Session; November 18th, 10-11:30am

With the “Discovery Phase” of LCC’s Web Refresh initiative coming to its completion, the Web Refresh Town Hall session offers the LCC community an opportunity to hear what was learned in the discovery phase of this project.  During this meeting, iFactory will present an overview of the Web Refresh Strategy Report, information about strategic recommendations, and their redesign process. This is a chance for LCC faculty, staff, and students to learn about the project, ask questions, and voice concerns.

Web Refresh is an Operation 100% Major Project.

Date:  Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Time:  10am-11:30am
Location:  LCC’s Downtown Campus – Board Room, Administration Building

Please join us.

Literary Ireland Study Abroad Program


Application Deadline: Friday, December 4, 2015

Students will be notified before the end of fall semester of acceptance and will be able to register after they are accepted into the program.

For more information and the application form, please visit


When: May 15 – June 1, 2016 (between spring and summer semesters)

Where: We will travel to Dublin, Sligo, and Galway in the Republic of Ireland, with day trips in and around these three “home” bases.

What: Irish literature and mythology are the primary subjects covered.

Who: Literary Ireland is open to LCC students and community


How much: Estimated cost is $3500.

The estimated cost includes all lodging in Dublin, Sligo, and Galway, all ground transportation, all activity tickets and admissions, most meals, in-district tuition, international health insurance, and estimated airfare. (Students will receive a list of recommended flights and purchase their airfare individually.)

For More Information, Contact:

Professor Teresa Purvis, 517-483-1047

Professor Sarah Gibbons, 517-410-9836