The Student Center is the hub of student life for meeting friends, attending club meetings, ordering cap and gown, taking in special speakers and entertainers, or eating at the Cafe and Kiosk.
Did you know?
A $223,000 remodel of the Student Center second floor, completed in Spring 2012, was funded by the Associated Students of Lower Columbia College (ASLCC). Improvements include roomier student government offices, study cubicles, banks of computers for student use, two massage chairs and more comfortable seating.
"It's warm, inviting, comfortable",
said Running Start student Kate Robbins.
Student Activities Office - 360.442.2440, first floor lobby
Coordinates student programs, activities events and services, including:
- Catalogs, class schedules and handbooks
- ID cards
- Lost and Found
- Locker rental
- Student clubs and organizations
- Reserved parking
- Cap and gown rental
- Room/Facilities rental
Lost and Found
iIems are housed in the Student Activities Office. Valuable items are sent to the Security office. Contact Lost & Found.
Guard your card! Replacement cards will be charged $15.70.
Get the latest game schedules and follow the Red Devil and Lady Devil teams.
If you are a High School junior or senior in the State of Washington, you may be eligible to take courses at Lower Community College, and Running Start will pay all or most of your tuition.
High School Outreach
Post high school planning is more crucial than ever for young adults. See a High School or Talent Search advisor to learn more.
Please check the Student Center Posting Policy before posting anything on bulletin boards.
Textbooks, merchandise, art and school supplies, snacks and logo apparel. Textbooks, merchandise and event tickets are available online.
Cafe & Espresso Kiosk
Cafe Services are ppen daily during the quarter. Enjoy a selection of food, beverages, and espresso drinks.
Student Government Offices
Offices of the Associated Students of Lower Columbia College (ASLCC) representing the needs of students to faculty and administration, and playing an active role in campus activities, supporting clubs, athletics, entertainment, and campus-wide special events.
Available for rent by community members or non-profit organizations when they are not in use by instruction or student services.
Groups from 20 to 200 can be accommodated in three conference rooms with movable walls. Staging, tables, chairs, audiovisual equipment and catering are available upon request. The large Commons area is also available, and can be combined with the conference rooms to accommodate a larger crowd. Contact us (below) for rental inquiries.
- For on-campus inquiries please contact the Student Activities Office at 360.442.2440.
Before posting notices or literature at the Student Center, check the Student Center Posting Policy.