2019

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WA board awards $2 million to help financially struggling students

The state of Washington awarded $2 million to colleges Wednesday to help students struggling financially.

KATU 2 | Dec 13, 2019


Local students will soon have a new option to finish their high school education while getting job training or working toward a degree.

School districts partner with LCC to expand high school graduation options

Local students will soon have a new option to finish their high school education while getting job training or working toward a degree.

The Daily News | Dec 12, 2019


There’s money for you to continue your education and training beyond high school.

Statewide campaign serves students with most to gain, but least likely to apply for financial aid

There’s money for you to continue your education and training beyond high school.

Medium | Dec 11, 2019


President Chris Bailey and Wako International High School principal Sugiko Yamada signed an agreement to connect Wako graduates with LCC programs.

LCC signs agreement with Japanese high school

President Chris Bailey and Wako International High School principal Sugiko Yamada signed an agreement to connect Wako graduates with LCC programs.

The Daily News | Dec 02, 2019


After moving from their homes in East Africa, Kelvin Kuniara and Grace Wangeci say they are happily adjusting to life as LCC students.

International students followed their passions to LCC

After moving from their homes in East Africa, Kelvin Kuniara and Grace Wangeci say they are happily adjusting to life as LCC students.

The Daily News | Nov 26, 2019


Working-class families in Washington should know that doors are opening wider to their children at state colleges and universities.

Washington opens wider the door to higher education with new College Grant program

Working-class families in Washington should know that doors are opening wider to their children at state colleges and universities.

The Seattle Times | Nov 13, 2019


Lower Columbia College is offering Financial Aid Application Nights, free and open to the community.

Lower Columbia College offers financial aid application events

Lower Columbia College is offering Financial Aid Application Nights, free and open to the community.

The Wahkiakum Eagle | Nov 07, 2019


James A. Nelson donated $100,000 to LCC to fund scholarships for Woodland students interested in attending the college.

Woodland resident gives $100,000 to start LCC scholarship endowment

James A. Nelson donated $100,000 to LCC to fund scholarships for Woodland students interested in attending the college.

The Daily News | Oct 28, 2019


The Syndaver helps pre-allied health students at LCC learn anatomy. (Photo by Courtney Talak, The Daily News)

A fake cadaver offers real opportunities for LCC students

The Syndaver helps pre-allied health students at LCC learn anatomy. (Photo by Courtney Talak, The Daily News)

The Daily News | Oct 21, 2019


Congratulations to students on the Lower Columbia College president’s and dean’s lists for the 2019 summer quarter.

Announcing the LCC 2019 Summer Quarter Honor Rolls

Congratulations to students on the Lower Columbia College president’s and dean’s lists for the 2019 summer quarter.

The Daily News | Sep 23, 2019


Donald Fuller served as Dean of Instruction at Lower Columbia College from 1985 until his retirement in 1998.

Former LCC Dean of Instruction Donald Eugene Fuller Dies at 83

Donald Fuller served as Dean of Instruction at Lower Columbia College from 1985 until his retirement in 1998.

The Daily News | Sep 07, 2019


For the first time, LCC welcomed its first bachelor's degree-seeking students to orientation Thursday.

Lower Columbia College's new program aims to create, retain teachers

For the first time, LCC welcomed its first bachelor's degree-seeking students to orientation Thursday.

The Daily News | Sep 06, 2019


Funds raised during Give More! 24 will go to the Athletic Excellence Fund to supplement student-athlete scholarships.

Give More! 24 funds to help LCC athletes with scholarships

Funds raised during Give More! 24 will go to the Athletic Excellence Fund to supplement student-athlete scholarships.

The Daily News | Sep 03, 2019


Ayaka Suzuki and Karin Koike are college students from Tokyo currently being hosted by Connie Christopher of Cathlamet.

LCC Japanese Exchange Students Have Wahkiakum Trip

Ayaka Suzuki and Karin Koike are college students from Tokyo currently being hosted by Connie Christopher of Cathlamet.

The Wahkiakum County Eagle | Aug 29, 2019


The Lower Columbia College president’s and dean’s lists for the 2019 spring quarter have been announced.

Lower Columbia College Spring 2019 Honor Rolls Announced

The Lower Columbia College president’s and dean’s lists for the 2019 spring quarter have been announced.

Rachel Purcell | Jul 15, 2019


Though they look like regular people, the LCC graduates are each superheroes in their own right, said speaker Sydney Pearson.

LCC Graduates More Than 400 'Amazing and Inspiring' Students

Though they look like regular people, the LCC graduates are each superheroes in their own right, said speaker Sydney Pearson.

The Daily News | Jun 24, 2019


Renteria, Kangas, Smith, and Dark will be among the many success stories sitting in the crowd at Friday’s graduation.

Four Students Highlight Diversity, Successes Among Graduates

Renteria, Kangas, Smith, and Dark will be among the many success stories sitting in the crowd at Friday’s graduation.

The Daily News | Jun 21, 2019


A recent change in state eligibility rules for a free preschool program for low-income children will benefit a broader range of families.

Preschool for Low-Income Families Serves 'Broader Range' Under New Law

A recent change in state eligibility rules for a free preschool program for low-income children will benefit a broader range of families.

The Daily News | Jun 11, 2019


In a three-peat, Lower Columbia College won the NWAC Baseball Championships on Monday, May 27 at David Story Field.

LCC Wins NWAC Baseball Crown for the Third Year in a Row

In a three-peat, Lower Columbia College won the NWAC Baseball Championships on Monday, May 27 at David Story Field.

The Daily News | May 28, 2019


The Ethnic Support Council and ASLCC invite you to celebrate our community's cultural diversity with food, music, and more!

Join Us for the 29th Annual International Festival, June 1

The Ethnic Support Council and ASLCC invite you to celebrate our community's cultural diversity with food, music, and more!

College Relations | May 27, 2019


Starting in 2020, more Washington residents will be able to attend college for less money. For many, it will be free.

110,000 Washington students a year will get money for college, many a free ride

Starting in 2020, more Washington residents will be able to attend college for less money. For many, it will be free.

The Seattle Times | May 06, 2019


The WA Association of College Trustees named TDN the 2019 community college “Partner of the Year” earlier this month.

Students in Need drive earns TDN 'Partner of the Year' award

The WA Association of College Trustees named TDN the 2019 community college “Partner of the Year” earlier this month.

The Daily News | May 01, 2019


Lower Columbia College’s newest administrator, Kristen Finnel, says she found a “great fit” in Longview as the college’s vice president of instruction.

New LCC vice president brings fresh perspective for academic programs

Lower Columbia College’s newest administrator, Kristen Finnel, says she found a “great fit” in Longview as the college’s vice president of instruction.

The Daily News | Apr 24, 2019


Through a new partnership with Western Governors University, Lower Columbia College will add eight new options for students looking to continue their higher education at home.

LCC partners with Western Governors University, expands continuing ed options

Through a new partnership with Western Governors University, Lower Columbia College will add eight new options for students looking to continue their higher education at home.

The Daily News | Apr 03, 2019


Community colleges play an essential role in preparing workers to fill in-demand jobs in Washington, but our colleges have been shortchanged in recent years due to the emphasis on K-12 funding and other pressing issues.

Community colleges are vital today, tomorrow

Community colleges play an essential role in preparing workers to fill in-demand jobs in Washington, but our colleges have been shortchanged in recent years due to the emphasis on K-12 funding and other pressing issues.

The Daily News | Apr 02, 2019


In partnership with the K-12 local school districts, LCC has launched a “Graduation Plus” campaign to offer more college-level classes in high schools.

LCC, K-12 'Graduation Plus' campaign to encourage teens to enroll in college

In partnership with the K-12 local school districts, LCC has launched a “Graduation Plus” campaign to offer more college-level classes in high schools.

The Daily News | Apr 01, 2019


Solt’s ability to be a standout on the field and in the classroom has earned him a scholarship to play baseball at NCAA Division I George Washington University in Washington D.C.

LCC student, Justin Solt, earns full-ride to George Washington University

Solt’s ability to be a standout on the field and in the classroom has earned him a scholarship to play baseball at NCAA Division I George Washington University in Washington D.C.

The Daily News | Mar 18, 2019


The LCC Student Success Fund helped Misty Smith finish her associate’s degree on time and debt-free.

'We all need a little help': LCC grad, doctorate student applauds success fund

The LCC Student Success Fund helped Misty Smith finish her associate’s degree on time and debt-free.

The Daily News | Mar 18, 2019


Lower Columbia College students, staff and faculty gather for a luncheon intended to simulate the American class system and poverty.

LCC 'hunger banquet' simulates food insecurity, income disparities

Lower Columbia College students, staff and faculty gather for a luncheon intended to simulate the American class system and poverty.

The Daily News | Mar 07, 2019


When it comes to salaries, Washington community college faculty are falling behind their peers in other states and the K-12 public school system. But raising salaries to catch up would likely bring financial hardship for these colleges — unless the Legislature steps in.

State community college faculty salaries fall behind peer states, K-12

When it comes to salaries, Washington community college faculty are falling behind their peers in other states and the K-12 public school system. But raising salaries to catch up would likely bring financial hardship for these colleges — unless the Legislature steps in.

The Daily News | Feb 27, 2019


Lower Columbia College’s first four-year degree will create an employee pipeline for Cowlitz County schools to cope with a statewide teacher shortage.

LCC four-year degree expected to counter teacher shortage, boost local economy

Lower Columbia College’s first four-year degree will create an employee pipeline for Cowlitz County schools to cope with a statewide teacher shortage.

The Daily News | Feb 22, 2019


A one-year trades program that opens next week at Lower Columbia College will help raise a skilled workforce

'Flexible enough for any apprenticeship': LCC adds one-year trades program

A one-year trades program that opens next week at Lower Columbia College will help raise a skilled workforce.

College Relations | Jan 04, 2019


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