Lansing Community College

Politics & Government
11:59 am
Thu October 23, 2014

ELECTION 2014: the race for two seats on the LCC board

The November election will result in adding two new members to the LCC Board of Trustees.

We have another look at the 2014 election today. This time, we consider the race for the Lansing Community College Board of Trustees. The board will have two newcomers next year.

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2:37 pm
Fri June 13, 2014

Lansing Community College works on renovations amidst budget, tuition discussions

The $31-million renovation of LCC's Arts and Sciences Building was completed last fall.
Lansing Community College

Lansing Community College President Brent Knight arrived six years ago at a time when the college was troubled by strife between the school’s Board of Trustees and the administration. Those days seem to be long gone, as the board works with Knight on projects like the Gannon Building project with a certain amount of unanimity.

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Radio Made in Michigan
10:00 am
Wed July 10, 2013

Battlefield medics look to bring their skills back home

The medical profession is projected to stay strong for the next decade, with the current median salary for nurses over $63,000.
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The Lansing Community College’s Military Medic to Paramedic Program is designed help former military medic’s find employment.

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Radio Made in Michigan
2:54 pm
Wed May 15, 2013

Neighbors in Action: Lansing Community College Foundation

According to LCC, starting pay for graduates of its automotive technician program ranges from $30,000 to nearly $80,000 a year.
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This week, Neighbors In Action features the Lansing Community College Foundation, which offers more than 300 scholarships to students in need.

Dan McKean, LCC Foundation executive director, and George Garza, an LCC student and scholarship recipient, discuss LCC’s need-based scholarships and the merits of a community college education.

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2:23 pm
Tue July 31, 2012

Lansing Cmty College Announces $67m in Renovations

Lansing Community College President Brent Knight
Mark Bashore WKAR

Lansing Community College is launching a $67-million renovation that will update and expand dozens of classrooms and social spaces.  School officials--who call the project “transformative”—say the changes will improve the overall student experience at the school.

LCC President Brent Knight claims renovations to science classrooms will make them one of the best undergraduate learning environments in the country.           

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12:35 pm
Wed May 9, 2012

LCC, Faculty Union Announce Tentative Agreement

WKAR file photo

Bargaining units representing administrators and unionized faculty at Lansing Community College have announced a tentative four-year contract agreement.

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