Don’t press your luck! Celebrate responsibly.
Join the LCC Counselors for games, popcorn and a chance to win prizes March 15 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Gannon Highway and 4-6 p.m. near the café at West Campus. Learn more about how to know your limits as well as alcohol and substance abuse issues.
Take a free, anonymous online screening at lcc.edu/counseling.
Skip the line! Stop in to the StarZone during spring break to chat with an advisor, meet with financial aid, or handle any of your questions.
The StarZone will be open during the week of break, March 5-9, but will have reduced hours:
- 8 a.m.-noon Monday and Tuesday
- Noon-4 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday
- Closed Friday
Enjoy a happy, healthy, productive spring break!
Our provost wants to hear from you! Join LCC’s provost, Elaine Pogoncheff, at an informal late lunch and conversation session.
Pizza with the Provost will be held 2-4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28, in Gannon Building 2214. All students are welcome! Pizza and drinks will be provided.
LCC will host a Community Service Fair 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 27, in the Gannon Highway. Non-profit community agencies will be on-hand to share volunteer and service opportunities with students and employees.
This event is great for:
- Student Organizations – Take advantage of this opportunity to make some great community contacts for volunteer opportunities!
- Student Volunteers – Are you looking to enrich your college experience through community service? Are you passionate about a particular social issue? Stop by and learn about organizations making a positive impact in your area!
Everyone is welcome!
The LCC Women’s History Collective is seeking two current student artists to exhibit on campus for our 2018 Women in Art series. The series is designed to recognize, support and encourage women-centered art traditionally underrepresented in the art world.
Selected artists each receive a $500 award and their work exhibited on campus. To apply, submit a 300-500 word artist statement and four images of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 30. Your statement should describe your planned program of study at LCC or personal interest in art, your career goals, what motivates or inspires your art, and why you choose this medium to submit. In essence, what makes your art unique?
Further submission information:
- Open to LCC students enrolled during fall 2017 and/or spring 2018 semester(s) in an LCC Art or Photography course (ARTS, ARWS or PHOT).
- One submission per student (collection of four pieces counts as one submission). A cohesive collection is encouraged – visualize your work as an exhibit.
- Mediums: printmaking, drawings, computer graphics, painting, textiles, mixed media, photography and sculpture.
- Content of the artwork shall avoid the liabilities of: libel; obscenity; invasion of privacy; and incitement of disorder, violence and disruption of the normal operations of the college.
- Selection committee reserves the right not to select any entries. All decisions of the committee are final.
- Purchase award will be $500 per submission – two artist awards for spring 2018.
- All entries must be the original work of the student.
All classes at West Campus are canceled today, Feb. 20, because of a power outage.
Do you have a $1,000 idea?
Turn your business idea into $1,000 cash at this year’s Star Tank. You and a partner will have five minutes to impress our panel of judges with your business pitch.
The competition, hosted by the LCC American Marketing Association, will be held 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday, March 29, in the West Campus Auditorium. To register, email email@example.com or call 517-483-1540 by Monday, March 19.
Thank you to our generous sponsors: CASE Credit Union, LEAP and the LCC Foundation.
You still have time to register for LCC’s annual Job and Internship Fair. More than 100 employers will be on site, looking to hire LCC students and graduates.
The event will be held 2-5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, at West Campus. Reserve your spot and learn more at lcc.edu/jobfair.
Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018
11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Come to the Gannon Highway on the second floor to meet LCC student organizations. The sale of items for fundraising as well as recruitment of new members will take place at this annual spring semester event.
Get involved by joining or supporting a student organization. Any currently enrolled LCC student can be a member.
Please join us!
The February issue of Student Health 101 is available! In this issue:
- LCC – Spring Into Health: LCC Fitness Facility Hours
- LCC’s Dental Clinic Services
- Move – Workout reboot: Use active rest to revamp your routine
- Move – Fitness U: Stretching it
- Feel – Count your way to calm: A simple breathing technique to help
- Feel – Suffering from a setback? How to take advantage of failure
- Eat – U cookbook: Tada! Your customizable tostada
- Eat – Beans and greens burger
- Overcome – 7 ways marijuana affects the body and brain
- Prosper – Take the fear out of networking and make it work for you
- Empower – Sexual health, culture, and relationships: Our experts answer your questions
Students can access the Student Health 101 newsletter in D2L. The link is in the “News” section.