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  • Welcome to Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College
    Division Moodle Pages Faculty Staff myLCO Faculty Staff Webmail Human Resources Policies Procedures Web Login Testing Resources Directory Institutional Documents Library and Migizi Cultural Center Merlin Library Moodle myLCO Webmail Employment Search Celebrating Our Tribal Colleges and Universities Click to learn more about the America s College Promise Act Honor your past strengthen your future Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College Fully Accredited Tribal College through the Higher Learning Commission North Central Association Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College LCOOCC is a non profit Ojibwe tribal community college Our focus is to help Native students advance themselves in the world while studying their own history and language We are an open door institution which welcomes anyone who would like to work toward a better tomorrow LCOOCC does not discriminate based upon race and will not deny admission to any Native student regardless of tribal enrollment or affiliation The Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College mission is to provide Anishinaabe communities with post secondary and continuing education while advancing the language culture and history of the Ojibwa Whether you would like to study Ojibwemowin or gain experience starting your own business or both LCOOCC is

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  • About our College
    Pages Faculty Staff myLCO Faculty Staff Webmail Human Resources Policies Procedures Web Login Testing Resources Directory Institutional Documents Library and Migizi Cultural Center Merlin Library Moodle myLCO Webmail Employment Search You are here Home About Us About our College About the college Print Email Who We Are Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College is a tribal college in Northwest Wisconsin We strive to offer the most efficient blend of the traditional and the modern preparing our students for today s world while maintaining the cultural integrity of the Ojibwe What We Do We offer a number of Associates Degrees and one year certificates and we serve both Native and non Native populations We strive to better our surrounding community through all that we do especially through our Extension Program Students attending LCO receive top notch instruction from an HLC Accredited institution Each student takes courses in general education writing math science etc as well as at least one course in Native American Studies and naturally the courses in their chosen degree path Additionally LCOOCC offers student support Career Counseling an opportunity to engage in student organizations and many other opportunities LCOOCC also offers GED HSED coursework and testing services Where

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  • Board of Regents
    du Flambeau North St Croix Orientation Oshki Bimaadiziiwin Registrar s Office Schedules Student Handbook Tuition and Fees TRiO Work Based Learning Faculty Staff Directory Documents Division Moodle Pages Faculty Staff myLCO Faculty Staff Webmail Human Resources Policies Procedures Web Login Testing Resources Directory Institutional Documents Library and Migizi Cultural Center Merlin Library Moodle myLCO Webmail Employment Search You are here Home About Us Board of Regents Board of Regents Print Email The college is an agency of the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians and derives its authority from the sovereignty and constitution of the tribe The General Membership of the college consists of those individuals duly serving on the Tribal Governing Board The management of the college is vested in a Board of Regents of seven 7 individuals who are enrolled members of the Lac Courte Oreilles Tribe Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College Charter Board of Regents Code of Ethics The current members of the Board of Regents are Jason Bisonette Chairperson Gary Gerber Mishkaawatig Member Daryl Coons Vice Chairperson TBD Member Dianne Sullivan Ishkodaykwe Treasurer TBD Member Lisa LaRonge Bebaamaashiikwe Secretary Meeting Minutes Archived June 2015 2014 2015 Fiscal Year Minutes July 2015 August

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  • Contact Us
    Schedules Student Handbook Tuition and Fees TRiO Work Based Learning Faculty Staff Directory Documents Division Moodle Pages Faculty Staff myLCO Faculty Staff Webmail Human Resources Policies Procedures Web Login Testing Resources Directory Institutional Documents Library and Migizi Cultural Center Merlin Library Moodle myLCO Webmail Employment Search You are here Home About Us Contact Us Contact us Print Email Physical Email Addresses LCO Ojibwa Community College 13466 W Trepania Rd Hayward

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  • Lac Courte Oreilles (Main Campus)
    Staff Webmail Human Resources Policies Procedures Web Login Testing Resources Directory Institutional Documents Library and Migizi Cultural Center Merlin Library Moodle myLCO Webmail Employment Search You are here Home About Us Locations Lac Courte Oreilles Main Campus Lac Courte Oreilles Main Campus Print Email Odaawaa Zaaga igan The main campus on the Lac Courte Oreilles reservation community is the original College campus established in 1982 It remains the center of activity for the college The magnificent buildings that comprise the main campus stand tall as a bastion of intellectual and pragmatic higher education pursuits while remaining grounded in Ojibwa Cultural traditions All academic programs and courses are offered here The three outreach site locations in St Croix Washburn and Lac du Flambeau are intrinsically linked to the main campus The main campus serves as the headquarters for Financial Aid TRIO and Student Support Services Work Based Learning Agricultural Extension and business offices In addition The College President Vice President Academic Dean Dean of Student Services The Recruitment Director and the College Registrar and Academic Departments are also located on the main campus A beautiful Cultural Center and auditorium provide inspirational space for College and community meetings and presentations The College s expansive library is also housed at the main campus Replete with state of the art computer GIS and science laboratories nursing training rooms student lounges and tutoring centers the main campus affords students every opportunity every avenue to achieve academic and social success An Agricultural Extension Farm is located just off of the main campus providing hydroponic technology resources and education for local growers community gardens solar energy systems and other sustainable technologies within reach of all students and the surrounding LCO and Hayward Wisconsin communities Research internships and community programing are conducted at the Agricultural Extension Farm Whether

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  • Lac du Flambeau
    far away as Phillips Rhinelander and the Lac Vieux Desert Chippewa Reservation We are convenient to Lac du Flambeau Minocqua Mercer Boulder Junction and other surrounding communities The Lac du Flambeau site offers ten Associate s degrees Liberal Arts Native American Studies Native American Studies with language emphasis Human Services Casino Operations Management Early Childhood Education Medical Office Mid Management Business Administration Small Business Management Emphasis Business Administration Accounting Emphasis and General Studies Students may also complete a certificate in Hospitality and Customer Service at the site We will be adding a Nursing Assistant CNA program in summer 2015 The Lac du Flambeau Outreach Site is located approximately two hours from the main campus at Lac Courte Oreilles A number of students have elected to begin their general education studies at Lac du Flambeau and transfer to main campus to complete their degree programs in a diversity of disciplines This process allows students attend classes close to home for a least their first year of college Interactive television ITV and online courses connect the site to the three other reservations the college serves and to students across the state Classes are small at the Lac du Flambeau site and instructors strive to foster collaborative learning environments in the classroom For these reasons students tend to become very close providing a system of support for each other degrees Most instructors live in the community Some are tribal members In addition whenever possible instructors draw on the strengths and knowledge of elders and other community members to meet the unique needs of the student body and course curriculum The site houses a 12 station computer lab which is open to students most of the day during the week and on some weekends for study In addition each of the site s other

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  • LCOOCC - North
    North Print Email Gidanamikaagoo The LCOOCC North Site is located in Washburn WI We are located just three blocks north of Hwy 13 in the Washburn High School You can t miss our canopied entrance proclaiming all are welcome at LCOOCC North We offer classes in the morning afternoon and evening with in house Instructors on line and over ITV with Instructors from our Main Campus in Hayward WI and our other outreach sites scattered around Wisconsin We also offer additional classes each semester within our Native communities both Red Cliff and Bad River We primarily service the communities of Bad River Ashland Marengo Washburn Bayfield and Red Cliff but new students are welcome and encouraged to attend from any and all communities around the world We at LCOOCC North are very proud of our culturally diverse staff faculty and student body The LCOOCC North site offers nine two year Associates Degrees including Business Administration Accounting Emphasis Business Administration Small Business Management Casino Operations Management Early Childhood Education General Studies Human Services Liberal Arts Native American Studies and Native American Studies Ojibwe Language Emphasis We also offer a one year Certificate in Casino Hospitality Customer Service Staff and Instructors at LCOOCC North are Tribal members and non Tribal members that are familiar with the challenges sometimes faced by today s Tribal communities and college students from all walks of life We offer assistance with financial aid degree audits to help students map their chosen program free tutoring and Student Support Services to assist students in developing plans for their future with LCOOCC North We can also help students match their interests to both internal and external internships to give them hands on experience in their chosen degree field LCOOCC North incorporates Ojibwe Culture into all of our programs with a

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  • St. Croix
    Youth Center located just off Highway 70 between Spooner and Siren Wisconsin The Outreach site is centrally located to serve the St Croix Sand Lake Gaslyn Round Lake Maple Plain and Danbury Communities The St Croix Outreach site offers eight Associate degree programs in Business Administration Small Business Management Business Administration Accounting Emphasis Native American Studies Native American Studies Ojibwe Language Emphasis Early Childhood Education Liberal Arts Medical Office Mid Management and Casino Operations Management The St Croix Outreach Site is located less than an hour from the main campus in Lac Courte Oreilles enabling many students to begin their general education studies at the St Croix Outreach site and then transfer to Lac Courte Oreilles to complete their degree programs in a diversity of disciplines Through ITV technology St Croix campus students can take introductory and advanced classes in an array of degree program offerings The Site boasts a 10 station computer lab with projection and ITV technology enabling classroom broadcasts among the three outreach sites and the main campus With the addition of a new ITV classroom the St Croix Outreach Site is now considered along with the main campus a Teaching site for ITV classes The St Croix Outreach Site is dedicated to providing Community based programs Nursing Assistant program CNA Native American Beading Moccasin making classes and traditional Finger Weaving and elder computer classes are among the programs offered through LCOOCC Extension and Work Based Learning programs The St Croix Outreach Site strives to provide programs that meet the needs of the communities it serves The site provides materials and training for community members to plant their own family and community gardens The site also works with high school and college students to teach digital documentation of community initiatives and story telling Working closely with the

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