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  • Extension
    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 LCOOCC Extension Farm Extension LCOOCC Extension Gallery LCOOCC Extension Print Email Building Better Communities through Education Research and Community Outreach What s New Visit Our Extension Facebook Page October Event Calendar Our Values Personal integrity Veneration of our Elders and our Youth Respect for all those here with us those here before us and those yet to come Honor the traditions of the Ojibwe Preserve and Care for our Natural Resources Our Mission Extension services seek to empower members of the LCO and surrounding communities through embracing the traditional values and language of the Anishinaabe people The values of our traditions are the fundamental basis of our methods in conducting research and community education Extension strives to build collaborative partnerships to address various community needs while promoting leadership in all program initiatives About Us The Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College Extension Department is made up of three programs The Increased Capacity Program the Youth Development Program and the Water Quality Program We also partner with the Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program Extension

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  • Farm
    Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College students to learn and work with staff other students community members and Elders in a sustainable agricultural setting to increase access to healthy nutritious foods This will provide various modalities to improve food security in a low socioeconomic tribal community which will improve health and provide less reliance on commercially processed foods Education and research activities in a multi generational learning environment will encourage community members to take ownership over where their food comes from empowering youth and Elders Students and community members will have access to land and resources for research experimentation and implementation of sustainable agricultural practices and products that will enhance food sovereignty for themselves and the LCO community The Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College Sustainable Agriculture Research Station LSARS is leased from the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and operated by the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College LCOOCC It is a 220 acre 75 tillable farm located at 13457W Froemel Road near Hayward WI Figure 1 LSARS is critical to the agricultural production at Lac Courte Oreilles According to the 2006 Lac Courte Oreilles Comprehensive Smart Growth Plan there are approximately 304 acres designated as agricultural within the reservations 77 000 acre boundary Figure 2 The overall agricultural goal the Tribe adopted in December 2006 as a result of the Comprehensive Land Use Plan is To provide the community with the opportunity to sustain themselves be self sufficient in a wholesome healthy and economical way without impacting the environment through both modern or traditional agricultural practices including hunting and gathering The Extension Director and LSARS Management positions are currently funded through USDA NIFA Tribal College s grants These grants are on two and four year cycles The LSARS Management position was created in 2010 Student

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  • Our Mission
    Applied Science Certificates Financial Aid Financial Aid Office Gainful Employment Scholarship Opportunities Locations Lac Courte Oreilles Main Campus Lac 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 Our Mission Our Mission Print Email 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 L ac 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 Mark of Accreditation Contact us Lac Courte Oreilles

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  • Student Right to Know
    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 Student Right to Know Student Right to Know Print Email Compliance Accreditation Academics Academic Catalogs Degree Programs Withdraw Procedures Credit Transfer Policies Articulation Agreements Academic Calendar Academic and Student Policies Sexual Harrassment Policy Textbook Information Refund Policy Retention Graduation Rates IPEDS Data Feedback Report 2015 IPEDS Report Demographics Family Educational Rights Privacy Act FERPA information Directory information Financial Aid Cost of Attendance Tuition and Fees Net Price Calculator Withdrawal Requirements and Return of Title IV Federal Grants Pell FSEOG Return to Title IV Funds Title IV Refunds Student Employment Scholarships Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policy Safety Health Campus saftey and security information Emergency alert system Annual Security Report Fall 2015 Emergency Response Plan Title IX Brochure Vaccination Policy Student Information Student complaint process Disability services Voter Information Wisconsin Voter Registration Constitution Day or Citizenship Day is an American federal observance that recognizes the adoption of the United States Constitution and those who

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  • Academic Calendar
    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 Students Academic Calendar Academic Calendar Print Email Fall Semester 2015 Spring Semester 2016 Classes Begin August 31 Martin Luther King Day January 18 Student Orientation August 31 Sept 1 9 Classes Begin January 19 Last Day to Register September 4 Student Orientation January 19 20 26 Labor Day Holiday September 7 Treaty Day January 22 Classes Resume September 8 Last Day to Register January 25 Last Day Add Drop September 11 Last Day Add Drop February 1 Medicine Pole Constitution Day September 23 President s Day February 15 Mid Term Grades Due October 23 Mid Term Grades Due March 11 Veteran s Day Holiday November 11 SPRING BREAK wk 9 March 14 18 Last Day to Withdraw November 20 Easter Break March 25 28 Employee Appreciation Day November 25 Classes Resume March 29 Thanksgiving Vacation November 26 27 Last Day to Withdraw April 15 Last Day of Classes December 11 Last Day of Classes May 6 Final Exams December 14 17 Final Exams May 9 12 Final Grades Due December 19 Final

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  • Bookstore and Bursar Office
    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 Students Bookstore and Bursar Office Bookstore Bursar Office Print Email Bookstore The LCOOCC Bookstore is the institutionally owned on campus provider for materials and resources required for success in LCOOCC s course offerings The Bookstore also provides convenience and collegiate soft goods to supplement sales and enrich customer College relations Textbooks are generally available to pick up one week before the start of class each semester You can also sell your books back online Please view the Tuition Fees page for a detailed list of institutional fees Bursar The Bursar s office manages student accounts at LCOOCC This office distributes all financial aid refunds The Bursar s office also provides a centralized place for students to make payments on their accounts for tuition fees and miscellaneous charges Payment plans and all third party billing are also handled through the Bursar s office If you have questions about your account please feel free to contact Questions about Financial Aid should be directed to the Director

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  • Browse our Library
    and journals Some of these databases require a username password See the library front desk for access info EbscoHost EBSCOHost offersa collection of specially designed comprehensive full text databases available online via EBSCO host Thanks to BadgerLink for the BadgerLink funded databases BadgerLink BadgerLink are accessible databases supported and funded through the Department of Public Instruction Division for Libraries Technology and Community Learning Its goal is to provide increased access to information for Wisconsin residents in cooperation with the state s library community Thanks to BadgerLink for the BadgerLink funded databases Ethnic Newswatch Ethnic NewsWatch is an interdisciplinary bilingual English and Spanish and comprehensive full text database of the newspapers magazines and journals of the ethnic minority and native press Designed to provide the other side of the story ENW titles offer additional viewpoints from those proffered by the mainstream press JSTOR JSTOR is a trusted archive of high resolution scanned images of important scholarly journals JSTOR is not a current issues database There is a gap typically from 1 to 5 years between the most recently published journal issue and the back issues available in JSTOR You have to be using a computer at LCO College s main campus for access The Ojibwe People s Dictionary The Ojibwe People s Dictionary is a searchable talking Ojibwe English dictionary that features the voices of Ojibwe speakers It is also a gateway into the Ojibwe collections at the Minnesota Historical Society Along with detailed Ojibwe language entries and voices you will find beautiful cultural items photographs and excerpts from relevant historical documents Whenever possible we provide examples of documents in the Ojibwe language The Ojibwe People s Dictionary has thousands of entries and audio with more coming online each week It is our goal to make The Ojibwe People s Dictionary a continually expanding resource for Ojibwe language and culture First Nations Periodical Index The First Nations Periodical Index contains journals of mainly Canadian Native content This Index is a tool providing access to information about First Nations for students high school or university educators instructors and researchers Journal of American Indian Education The Journal of American Indian Education is a peer reviewed scholarly journal which publishes papers specifically related to the education of American Indians and Alaska Natives Full text through 2009 BioOne An innovative collaboration between scientific societies libraries academe and the private sector BioOne brings to the Web a uniquely valuable aggregation of the full texts of high impact bioscience research journals Most of BioOne s titles are published by small societies and other not for profit organizational publishers and until now have been available only in printed form You have to be using a computer at LCO College s main campus for access to the full text articles Reference Quotations Bartlett s Familiar Quotations Reference Literature and Verse Bartleby com Great Books Online Genealogy Ancestry com Available only from the main campus or another member of Northern Waters Library Group Native American Resources The Native Health Database

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  • Catalog
    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 Students Catalog College Catalog Print Email Disclaimer Every effort has been made to make this publication accurate However all policies procedures costs and curricula are subject to change This publication is not intended to be a contract either explicit or implied and Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College reserves the right to make changes to the information contained herein Accreditation LCOOCC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association Public Disclosure The Higher Learning Commission 30 North LaSalle Street Suite 2400 Chicago Illinois 60602 2504 Phone 800 621 7440 312 263 0456 Fax 312 263 7462 www ncahigherlearningcommission org Statement of Non Discrimination The Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College adheres to a policy of non discrimination in the treatment of all persons regardless of race creed color sex age national origin or ancestry political ideas physical limitations or marital status This policy extends to employment and admissions to the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College Although preference in

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