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LCC East Expo

August 26, 2017

LANSING, MICH. - Oslo the Owl was one of the participants who welcomed visitors to LCC East's Expo on Friday, August 25.

Lansing Community College (LCC) East hosted this first-annual Expo highlighting academic courses, career advancement courses through its Adult Enrichment Program, and Youth program offerings. LCC Admissions representatives provided easy, one-stop LCC enrollment, and answered financial aid and registration questions. Community organizations were on-hand to provide educational and enrichment resources.

"The Expo gives the public a showcase to experience the wealth of programs happening at LCC off-campus sites," said Nancy Dietrich, LCC's Director of Extension Centers.

Mark Khol, Coordinator of LCC East, said "The highlights of the Expo, judging by the congregations of visitors, were the continuous live demonstrations - the owl from Potter Park Zoo, models of fetuses and the brain from the Psychology department, laparoscopy simulation from Surgical Tech, art demos, and the robotics, snakes, and turtles from Youth programs."

LCC East is located at 2827 Eyde Parkway, in East Lansing. Over 80 core academic courses are available at LCC East during Fall Semester. Many late start classes begin September 7, and still have openings.

Other Lansing Community College extension centers include Livingston County Center in Howell and LCC North in St. Johns.

LCC's Aviation Technology Center is located at the Mason Jewett Airport in Mason. LCC West Campus, on Cornerstone Road near Creyts, houses the Center for Manufacturing Excellence, and the Technical Training Center with programs in Automotives, Fire Science, and Criminal Justice.

Oslo Owl East Expo

Pictured: Oslo the Owl, Dennis Laidler, Curator of Potter Park Zoo, and assistants Maria Faszczewski and Arielle Creps.

Cassie Brogan Instructor

Pictured: Cassie Brogan, LCC art instructor.

About Lansing Community College

Lansing Community College, founded in 1957, is the third-largest community college in Michigan, serving a six-county area with nearly 15,000 students attending each year. LCC offers courses in general education for those interested in transferring to a four-year institution, career and workforce development, developmental education and personal enrichment. To meet the professional development and training needs of regional employees, the college offers customized programs for credit, non-credit and continuing education. The University Center at LCC offers students the opportunity to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees from five partner universities on the downtown LCC campus. For more information, visit

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