Monthly Student News
You should know how to handle each of these five possible emergencies, whether you are attending classes on campus or online.
Many people can feel traumatized by events like the ongoing invasion of Ukraine, and taking positive steps to address those feelings can help you cope.
"We're Better than THAT" will provide LCC's community with approaches to difficult conversations and strategies to stop hate speech and racism.
Everyone is welcome to attend the free Tech Forward: Women in Trades event.
LCC is rolling out a new registration system to search, add and drop courses.
Registration for summer 2022 courses begins March 28, and registration for fall begins April 25.
Be on the lookout for LCC President Steve Robinson on your campus or in your building!
This delay allows the college to continue to monitor COVID-19 data following spring break.
The annual Job and Internship fair brings more than 120 employers seeking to hire full-time, part-time, apprenticeship and internship positions.
If you plan to graduate at the end of this semester, be sure to submit your "Application for Degree and Certificates" by March 15.
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