Women’s Basketball Team Male Practice Squad Try-Outs!
The LCC Stars Women’s Basketball Team is looking for skilled male basketball players to join our practice squad! If you are looking to continue playing basketball at a high level, join the team and help us be the best we can be. The commitment for the male practice squad is participation in at least two practices per week; all players must be enrolled students at LCC and be willing to get a physical.
If you’re interested in joining the team, get to the Gannon Gym on the 3rd floor of the Gannon Building at 6 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 9.
2020, the browser Internet Explorer will no longer work with D2L. D2L
recommends using any of the following browsers:
- Microsoft Edge
- Apple Safari
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla FireFox
For assistance regarding supported browsers, please contact the
eLearning Department at 517-483-1839.
Speak up. Create Change. Course evaluations are available online until Dec. 16 at lcc.edu/course_evals.
Make filing your 2020 taxes easier and faster by signing up
to receive your 1098-T form electronically.
The 1098-T is an
information-only tax document issued to students for the purpose of determining
eligibility for education tax credits. The information on the form is also
filed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Learn more online.
You can sign up online to receive your 1098-T electronically
as soon as it is available. Online delivery will also eliminate the chance that
the form will get lost or delayed in the mail, or that you’ll accidentally lose
it in the shuffle. If you choose not to receive your 1098-T electronically, and
you have paid qualifying tuition or expenses during the year, LCC will mail it
to your address on file.
Signing up online is easy and secure! Fill out the
form at ECSI Consent, the college’s 1098-T partner. Questions? Contact LCC
Student Finance at 517-483-1272, option 3.
Join graduating LCC nursing students in the
Gannon Commons 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 2, and Wednesday, Dec. 4.
Graduating students will present their final projects at Students for Healthy
Living, a fun and informative health fair that covers topics including:
- Stress management
- Alcohol and opiate use and misuse
- Women’s and men’s health
- Suicide prevention
- Depression and anxiety screening
- Human trafficking prevention
- Veterans’ health
- And more
Nursing students will staff interactive stations
with information, games and activities, and clinical faculty will be on hand
for oversight and support. All are welcome to attend.
Calling all writers: You can win monetary prizes for your short fiction, essays and poetry. The LAND Creative Writing Contest 2019 is looking for original, never-before-published writings from LCC students.
In each category, first prize will win $75, second prize will win $50 and third prize will win $25. The top two entries in each category will also be submitted to the statewide LAND competition.
Anyone enrolled at LCC during 2019 is eligible. To apply, fill out an application (available in A&S 1106) and email it to email@example.com by Nov. 21.
Students can complete college level math in one semester with
MATH 098. This co-support course is for STEM students who placed in MATH 109
with one of the following scores: SAT Math 540-549 or ACT Math 20-21 or
CPT CLM 45-54 or QRAS 272-300 or AAF 235-244.
Taking MATH 098 partnered with MATH 121 will save one semester
of math classes and 4 credits.
Students who earned a 2.0 in either MATH 109 or MATH 112 and
need to take MATH 121 can do so with MATH 098.
Contact the department for more information at 517-483-1073 or ASD-SAM-INFO@lcc.edu.
23, a student lot at the corner of Capitol Avenue and Shiawassee Street, will
be closed Friday, Nov. 15, for surveying and sampling. It will reopen after
Friday. All other parking lots
will be open.
The 14th annual WLNZ Silver Bells in the City Radio Play returns to Dart Auditorium with “Back to the Present,” a semi-parody of “Back to the Future” with a holiday twist. Participate in the live audience immediately after the Silver Bells parade on Friday, Nov. 22 around 8 p.m.
Learn more at lccradio.org.
Nov. 12-19 is Transgender Awareness Week at
LCC, and you’re invited to learn more about the trans community through events
being held all week:
- Film & Discussion: “Suited” – Noon-2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, in the Center for Engaged Inclusion
- Film & Discussion: “Death and Life of Marsha P Johnson – 2-4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, in the Centre for Engaged Inclusion
- Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) ceremony – 1-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, on The Mall outside the Gannon Building. Rain location is Gannon Building, Room 2214.
Throughout November, you can also stop by the
second floor of the Library to check out a display showcasing the transgender
community. In addition to the great selection of books on display, you can also
browse our streaming video titles available on Kanopy and Films on Demand. Use the keyword search
“trans” or “transgender” to preview a list of films available for download.
Go to lcc.edu/transweek
for more information and to register!