An open house will be held noon-6 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4 to learn more about the undergraduate psychology program that will be offered through the University Center. Drop-ins are welcome and students can RSVP at http://lcc.umflint.edu.
Students who are considering transferring this winter (January start) should apply now.
The application is online and free and available at https://www.umflint.edu/admissions/transfer. To complete the application by the deadline of Dec. 14, be sure to send official transcripts from all colleges attended to the LCC Admissions office.
The electronic door system is in the process of being re-booted as of 9:30 a.m. Nov. 29, 2018. This affects all Campuses except the Livingston Center. This process could take anywhere from five minutes to several hours. Public Safety has unlocked the main exterior doors. If you reach a door that is locked please move to the next available door for entry. If you cannot gain access please call 517- 483-1800 and Public Safety will assist you.
LCC Self-Care Day
Wednesday, Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on the Gannon Highway (Floor 2). Get tips and score awesome giveaways from LCC Counseling Services & Adult Resource Center.
Don’t delay, Spring 2019 payment deadline is Wednesday, Nov. 28 for students who registered Oct. 1-Nov. 27. Remember to secure your enrollment by paying in full or setting up your payment plan today. Log into your myLCC Banner student account to review your billing statement and payment options. For questions, call 517-483-1957 option 3.
Note: This is a deadline for payment, not the deadline for registering for Spring 2019 classes.
Be aware that childcare assistance is available for eligible students. The priority application date for Spring 2019 is Dec. 1. To find out more about eligibility requirements or application information, contact the Adult Resource Center at 517-483-1199.
Brighten a child’s holiday!
Donate new, unwrapped toys at one of these collection box locations:
-Huron Building (LCC Veterans Affairs)
-Gannon Building(StarZone Entrance)
-Administration Building (First Floor Lobby)
-University Center (First Floor Lobby)
-West Campus (Public Service Careers Division Office)
Now – December 11
Organized by the LCC Office of Veteran and Military Affairs
Your feedback matters!
Evaluate your classes at lcc.edu/course_evals. The college uses your responses to improve classes. Submit your evaluations by Dec. 17.
It’s time for Silver Bells in the City Parade and the first annual Watch Party in the toasty warm Gannon Commons. The event is open to LCC employees, students and the Greater Lansing community. The party starts at 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16.
The Commons’ jumbo screens will broadcast the parade while attendees enjoy hot cocoa, holiday-themed snacks, crafting and cuddling with therapy dogs. A holiday movie will also be shown before the parade begins. The LCC Community Education department will be onsite taking family holiday photos to be emailed to attendees after the event. Register for this free, kid-friendly event at lcc.edu/silverbells. Free parking will be available in the Gannon Ramp.
Following the watch party, LCC Radio will perform “The Imminent Rise of Anti-Claus.” Auntie Claus, the estranged aunt of Santa, attempts to turn the world upside down in an effort to take over Christmas in this original play written by LCC’s Daedalian Lowry. The show begins 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16. It will also broadcast live on 89.7FM and online at lccradio.org.
The 34th annual Silver Bells in the City kicks off with the Electric Lights Parade at 6 p.m. tomorrow, Nov. 16, in downtown Lansing. Please be advised LCC’s parking lots will be opened to the general public during the Silver Bells parade and Watch Party.
The city will have numerous road closings. Please review the city’s traffic advisory and plan your route accordingly.
In addition to Silver Bells parade closures, Board of Water and Light will close the 200 block of North Washington Square between Ottawa Street and Ionia Street 9 a.m.-noon today as they set up the Toy Mill, a downtown tradition. The street will reopen once the area is secured and the Toy Mill is in place. The street will again close after 9 a.m. Friday, Nov. 16 for final preparations for the Toys for Tots kick off at noon.
LCC dance students show off their talents in original choreographed pieces 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18, in the Gannon Building, room 3119. Donations will be accepted to support the Dance Scholarship Fund.