There are four Toddler Program openings (ages 18 months to 3 years) at Early LCC, the on-campus child care facility. Students may qualify for reduced cost or free care.
For more information or to enroll a child, visit lcc.edu/elcc or call 517.483.1100.
LCC is taking nominations for the Veteran’s Memorial, an interactive exhibit that is housed in the Health and Human Services Building on LCC’s Downtown Campus. The memorial was developed to honor Michigan veterans, with a special emphasis on those in Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton counties. Local veterans who served with distinction may be nominated for induction into the memorial.
The nomination period is open until August 1, 2016, with a special induction ceremony being held on Veterans Day this fall. Click here to nominate a veteran! Questions about the event or nominations should be directed to Andrew Cosgrove at x1655.
The LCC Board of Trustees approved changes to the Residency Policy during the June meeting. The changes to the policy will make LCC more accessible by expanding the timeframe that you can qualify for in-district tuition and the list of acceptable documentation.
For more information about the policy changes, visit http://www.lcc.edu/schedule/residency/.
Questions? Please contact Student Affairs at (517) 483-1957.
The LCC Faculty Jazz Quartet and Jazz Band Combo will perform Wednesday, June 29 at 7 p.m. at the LCC Outdoor Amphitheater.
Join us on Monday, June 20, at 12 p. m. for a vigil in honor of the victims of the Orlando attack. Following the vigil, we will be holding several small group discussions at The Centre for Engaged Inclusion for all those who may need to talk with someone during this difficult time. Students, employees, and community members are welcome.
We will gather around the LCC seal outside of the Gannon Building at noon.
For more information visit: www.lovelcc.splashthat.com”
Beginning June 27, LCC students will only receive refunds of their credit balance through eRefunds PLUS.
eRefunds PLUS is a service that allows students to set-up a designated bank account to receive refund checks electronically through direct deposit. When you enroll in eRefunds PLUS, you can select an existing bank account or apply for a new Discover Cashback Checking account.
eRefunds PLUS is located in the TouchNet Student Account Center which can only be accessed through Banner.
Aren’t refunds still being processed through Higher One?
Yes. However, refunds will begin to be processed through eRefunds PLUS on June 27, and to ensure you get your refund quickly and securely, we need to have your refund preference set up and ready to go!
How do I set up an eRefund account?
The first and most important step is to ensure that your student profile in Banner has a phone number and mailing address. This information is necessary for identity verification and preference selection.
1) Have your nine digit bank routing number and bank account number available.
2) Log-in to Banner, select the Student tab, and select “TouchNet Student Account Center” then select the eRefunds tab.
3) Enter and confirm the bank account information to set up which account you would like the refund deposited to. If you do not have a preferred bank account, you may apply for a Discover Cashback Checking account on this screen.
***You may change your bank account information at any time via the TouchNet Student Account Center in Banner***
I set up my eRefund account. What’s next?
An email will be sent to your LCC email address once a refund is processed.
It is important that you set up your eRefunds PLUS preference so that the College may ensure timely delivery of credit balances on your account. Questions? Please contact the Student Finance Office at 483-1272 option 3.
Sign-up for eRefunds PLUS by June 26, win a $200 MBS Book Scholarship! Three winners will be selected through the TouchNet Student Account Center the week of June 27
Winners will be contacted directly
LCC Performing Arts opens its annual Summer Stage Under the Stars festival on June 15 with a five-night run of The Iliad, the Odyssey, and All of Greek Mythology in 99 Minutes or Less
by Jay Hopkins, John Hunter (and Homer). With the clock ticking in front of everyone’s eyes, Theatre professor John Lennox directs a cast of eight playing dozens of roles as they speed through all of Greek Mythology. All the silly decisions, the absurd destinies, and the goofy characters are presented lightning-bolt fast with hysterical results as the clock is stopped with only seconds to spare! Summer Stage performances are in the outdoor amphitheatre at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 15 through Sunday, June 19, or Dart Auditorium in the event of rain. It’s all free – bring snacks, lawn chairs and the entire family for a fun night!
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