News About Lower Columbia College


Local philanthropist permanently endows LCC Student Success Fund

Lower Columbia College students just got another helpful boost toward achieving their goals...

The Daily News | April 22, 2017


Lower Columbia College 2017 winter quarter honor roll

The Lower Columbia College president’s and dean’s lists for the 2017 winter quarter have been announced...

The Daily News | April 9, 2017


Declining enrollment causes Lower Columbia College to become "entrepreneurial"

Enrollment declines at Lower Columbia College have likely “bottomed out” at this point, according to President Chris Bailey...

The Daily News | April 4, 2017


Woodland transportation company strives to leave no soldier behind

More than 210,000 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans are looking for work nationally, but one local company hopes to put a dent in that number by placing a priority on hiring former service members..

The Daily News | March 21, 2017


Your gift could change a life

If you could chart a course for the future of this community, what would it look like?..

The Daily News | March 19, 2017


Student Success Fund provides an extra boost for LCC students

If it weren’t for Lower Columbia College’s Student Success Fund, it would have been difficult, if not impossible, for students Kayla Curtis and Scott Houston to finish their degrees...

The Daily News | March 19, 2017


Raul Arellano and Andrew Jaspers selected for 2017 All-Washington Academic Team.

Lower Columbia College is pleased to announced the selection of two students to represent Lower Columbia College on the 2017 All-Washington Academic Team...

College Relations | March 16, 2017


Students take a break from "ruff" finals with therapy dogs

LCC's Learning Commons had two unusual visitors recently. Certified therapy dogs Cody and Ella helped students relieve finals week stress!..

The Daily News | March 14, 2017


How can Cowlitz County create more jobs?

Changes in the rural Southwest Washington economy over the last four decades means the community must chart a new course to prosperity...

The Daily News | March 11, 2017


LCC winter play presents historical, cultural lessons through comedy

December 1939: Hitler has recently conquered Poland and the “Gone with the Wind” premiere has turned the city of Atlanta into one giant party....

The Daily News | February 22, 2017


LCC professors take on new political atmosphere

Last year, when they taught a class about political activism and how to express it in art and writing, Lower Columbia College instructors Michael Kohlmeier and Amber Lemiere hit an ironic roadblock: Students were too apathetic to study a portion of the class that discussed apathy....

The Daily News | February 18, 2017


Economic Impact Study, Washington State Board of Community & Technical Colleges

Each year, Washington's 34 community and technical colleges, their students and their former students add $20.5 billion to the state's economy....

SBCTC | February 14, 2017


LCC group performs 'The Vagina Monologues' Feb. 4

On Friday afternoon in Lower Columbia College's Wollenberg Auditorium, around 20 students, staff, faculty and community members were there to talk about vaginas....

The Daily News | February 1, 2017


Turf project restores LCC's Story Field to all-star condition

Eddie Smith is a happy coach now that he doesn't drive the 150-mile round trip to Lacey daily for practices with his Lower Columbia College baseball team....

The Daily News | January 29, 2017


LCC Hall of Fame to Induct Three Athletic Standouts and Former AD

Mickey Brusco (Class of 1976), Mike McNeilly (Class of 1970), Bill Stoller (Class of 1971), and form athletic director Carol Carlson (1987-2011), will be honored....

The Daily News | January 28, 2017


Local Head Start gets grant of almost $5 million to help comply with federal requirements

A $4.7 million federal grant will expand the Lower Columbia College Head Start program....

The Daily News| January 25, 2017


Northwest Voices event to feature Poet Tod Marshall

Lower Columbia College has announced that Tod Marshall will be featured at the January 25 Northwest Voices event in Longview....

The Wahkiakum County Eagle | January 19, 2017

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