Hello and welcome to the Cesar Chavez Learning Center (CCLC). We are so glad you are interested in our programs! Please take a look around the website. You will find a great deal of information about the programs and services offered in the Center. We have also included a wide range of student resources for you to utilize throughout your academic career. Please visit our page as often as you would like to access the most up to date information and materials for our programs. It is our hope that you will find this website helpful and informative. Thank you for visiting the CCLC webpage-be sure to stop by our new office located on the first floor of the Arts & Sciences Building as well!
Committed to the values of meeting the needs of our times, social justice, radical hospitality, student leadership and cultivating brave spaces, we have created programs focused on instilling these values and meeting the needs of our students. We believe that all students, regardless of age, family background, learning style, or diverse-ability, should have equal opportunity to reach their full personal, academic, and career potential.
The Center specifically focuses its programming and services within four key areas:
- Access for underserved students
- Cultural awareness
Programs at CCLC
Access - Access to College and Careers with Excellence through Student Support
The ACCESS Program provides wraparound student support to ensure students are equipped with the skills necessary to make the transition to college, persist following their first year of enrollment, and ultimately to graduate or transfer to a four-year university. It is designed to support current and potential LCC students, especially those of low-income, First-Generation, diverse-abilities, and underrepresented populations.
LUCERO - Latinos Unidos con Energia, respect y Orgullo – Latinos United with Energy, Respect and Pride
The LUCERO Program is designed to attract and retain students of color, particularly Latinos, by providing a space where they would feel welcome and receive support. LUCERO focuses on developing student skills in academics, leadership and professionalism.
MAP - Men About Progress
Men About Progress (MAP) is an initiative established by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to increase, encourage and support the inclusion and educational success of male students of color, particularly Black males, as well as any student who expresses interest. MAP serves as an intentional intervention to assist program participants in their academic and career endeavors, while promoting and advocating for an improved educational experience at LCC and enhanced quality of life.
WISE – Women Inspiring Scholarship through Empowerment
WISE seeks to inspire, support and empower women by offering educational opportunities to develop knowledge and leadership skills, build professional and personal connections, promote the presence of professional women, and foster mentoring relationships.
CCLC Calendar of Events
03:00 PM - 05:00 PM
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
08:00 AM - 12:00 PM
04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
05:30 PM - 07:00 PM
Student Program Registration
Each program page includes a calendar of meetings for Fall and Spring semesters 2023/2024. LCC students who are interested in joining these programs must complete the Student Registration Form. LCC students can sign up for all programs of interest using the same form.
ODI programming is free and open to all LCC students. Food and/or snacks will be provided during each meeting. All students are welcome to attend. Registration is not required.
For additional information, call 517-483-9804 or email CCLC@star.lcc.edu.