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Community invited to help LCC plan for the future

Learn Forward conversations key part of college’s strategic planning process

LANSING 3/05/12 – A series of 10 Learn Forward community forums will be held throughout Lansing Community College’s  (LCC) service area during March as part of LCC’s year-long strategic planning process.

The forums are open to everyone in the community, from the general public to business owners and prospective students.

“We invite members of the community to candidly tell us how we are doing in helping them meet their goals,” said LCC President Brent Knight. “We also want to hear suggestions on how we can serve them in the future.”

According to Knight, “This is a very inclusive process designed to further strengthen Lansing Community College’s vision to serve the learning needs of a changing community.”

All forums are open to the public. The schedule is:

Monday, March 12 8-9:30 am LCC Downtown Campus Administration Building Boardroom, 610 N Capitol Ave, Lansing

Tuesday, March 13 5:30-7 pm LCC Downtown Campus Administration Building Boardroom, 610 N Capitol Ave, Lansing

Thursday, March 15 5:30-7 pm Foster Community Center, 200 N Foster Ave, Lansing

Friday, March 16 8-9:30 am LCC West Campus Auditorium 5708 Cornerstone Drive, Lansing

Tuesday, March 20 6:30-8 pm Eaton Rapids Public Schools, 912 S Greyhound, Eaton Rapids

Thursday, March 22 8-9:30 am LCC University Center, Rooms 203-204 210 W Shiawassee, Lansing

Thursday, March 22 7-8:30 pm LCC West Campus, rooms M119-M1205708 Cornerstone Drive, Lansing

Monday, March 26 4:30-6 pm LCC Livingston County Center at Parker Campus, Room 201, 402 Wright Rd, Howell

Tuesday, March 27 4:30-6 pm LCC Clinton County Center, Room 172, 1013 S US 27, St. Johns

Thursday, March 29 4:30-6 pm LCC East, Room 112, 2827 Eyde Pkwy, East Lansing

For those interested in attending, please RSVP to Adrienne Jenkins at (517) 483-1415 or jenkina6@email.lcc.edu.

LCC’s Learn Forward website, www.lcc.edu/learnforward also provides an opportunity for community members to learn more about the process, the challenges facing LCC, and to post comments online.

A written strategic plan is expected to be completed in the fall.

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