for fall 2019 classes begins today!
Popular days, times and locations fill quickly, so don’t wait. Ready to go? Visit lcc.edu/schedule.
Not sure which classes to take? Meet with an academic advisor! Schedule an appointment online or drop in at the StarZone on any Wednesday from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
The Lansing Fire Department responded to a fire around 11 a.m. at LCC’s Academic & Office Facility (AOF) Building, 315 North Grand Avenue in downtown Lansing.
The fire is out, the building has been reopened, and no one was injured.
Everyone is invited to the LCC Graduate
Nurse Clinical Exhibition and Open House 3-6 p.m. Thursday, April 25, in the
second floor skills labs of the Health and Human Services Building. Attendees
are welcome to help judge the clinical projects, including “Best in Show.”
This event serves as the capstone for
NURS 241. Student projects cover topics such as veterans’ health, substance
abuse, depression screening, suicide prevention and student stress.
Light refreshments will be provided by
the LCC Student Nurse Association. For more information, contact Professor
Larissa Miller at email@example.com.
Students, staff and the community are invited to LCC Graduate Nurse Clinical Exhibition and Open House from 3 – 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 25 in the Health and Human Services Building on the second floor.
Attendees are invited to judge nursing students’ clinical projects, including “Best in Show.” There will be refreshments and prize drawings during the event.
Sell your textbooks back for cash!
MBS will visit the Downtown Campus and West Campus to buy
back the books you don’t need after classes finish. Times include:
- 10 a.m. – 6 pm. Wednesday, May 1, at the
Downtown Campus StarZone and West Campus lobby
- 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Thursday, May 2, at the
Downtown Campus StarZone
You also can sell your books back online.
The LCC baseball game at Cooley Law School Stadium on April 23 has been canceled. The opponent, Kellogg Community College, has to play conference make up games that day. The game will not be rescheduled at Cooley Law School Stadium.
LCC’s Mind. Blown. team will be in the Commons today from 10 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.
Things you can do and learn:
-Learn about the new marijuana laws and LCC’s policies
-Drive the “Pot Buggy” impaired driving simulation vehicle
-Learn study tips
-Get some “adulting” skills
-Brush up on your research skills
This is event is hosted by LCC’s Academic Success Coaches, Office of Student Compliance, Fostering STARS, the Learning Commons, the Library and more.
Visit the Center for Student Support desk in the back of the StarZone to discover resources and help to make your college experience less stressful.
to unforeseen circumstances, “The Hate U Give” author Angie Thomas can no
longer attend tomorrow’s event at LCC. In place of her keynote, everyone is
invited to a One Book One LCC Community Wrap Up, hosted by the One Book
join us 8:30-10 a.m. in the Gannon Conference Center Michigan Room for
interactive activities and guided discussions.
know this event meant a great deal to our community, and we’d like to do our
best to honor the excitement and engagement around this year’s One Book, “The
Hate U Give.”
The LCC Employee Prism
Alliance will display LGBTQ+ Icons through April 30 on the third floor of
the LCC library. Originally presented last spring, the display highlights
13 noteworthy LGBTQ+ figures from past to present who have made, and continue
to make, positive contributions to society. Celebrating LGBTQ+ icons takes
its lead from LGBT History Month celebrations held to recognize the
achievements of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender individuals. They range
from well-known to lesser-known personalities, each helping to broaden
understanding of this rich and diverse community.
The iconic people were selected from more than 40 nominations submitted by
LCC students and employees. Each display includes a photograph, biographical
sketch, and why the person was selected for display. The exhibit also
includes a reflection table where visitors can share thoughts and reflections.
Forms are also available to nominate candidates for next year.
In addition to the exhibit, the Library is displaying in its second
floor case selected LGBTQ+ books and publications available through their
The LGBTQ+ icons display is sponsored by the LCC Employee Prism Alliance and
hosted by the LCC Library.
In continuing with the yearlong commemoration of the 400 Years of African-American History Commission Act, all employees and students are invited to join in a day of service to the Lansing community tomorrow, April 12. Participants will start the day with a free breakfast, T-Shirt and transportation to a community site to volunteer.
If you can’t take the day off to go out into the community, there are opportunities to be of service while staying on campus. Visit the Gannon Highway 11 a.m.-1 p.m. to make cards for our servicemen and women, lunch bags for students, or tie blankets for the homeless and elderly.
For more information or to RSVP, contact Jonathan at firstname.lastname@example.org or lcc.edu/400years.