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  • 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 keen

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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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  • Orientation
    à 10 00 am 2 00 pm Sign in table by front entrance Register for spring semester 2016 Fundraiser for AIHEC Lunch Pulled pork sandwiches pasta salad chips dessert and beverage 5 00 Meet Greet Live broadcast from WOJB Friday January 15 th à 9 00 am 2 00 pm Sign in table by front entrance Breakfast w Faculty and Staff 9 00 am 10 00 am Student Center Attend GO Get Oriented Welcome Receive handouts Checklist Informational Packets 10 00 am 2 00 pm Cultural Center Lunch w Faculty and Staff 12 00 am 1 00 pm Auditorium Hand in GO Get Oriented checklist Prior to 2 00 pm GO Get Oriented Week Tuesday January 19 th 1 st day of classes Tobacco offering 8 00 am Medicine Pole Hot breakfast w Faculty and Staff 8 15 am After tobacco offering Student Center Wednesday January 20 th Orientation Sessions Moodle 8 00 am 9 00 am Room 310 Financial Aid Verification 12 00 pm 1 00 pm Commons area MyLCO 4 00 pm 5 00 pm Room 310 OVER à GO Get Oriented Week continued Thursday January 21 st Orientation Sessions MyLCO 8 00 am 9 00 am Room 310 Moodle 12 00 pm 1 00 pm Room 310 Financial Aid verification 4 00 pm 5 00 pm Commons area Week of Welcome WOW Monday January 25 th à 12 00 pm 1 00 pm Student Center Build your own sundae Scavenger Hunt begins Faculty introductions NAS Business Tuesday January 26 th à 12 00 pm 1 00 pm Student Center Tortilla chips cheese Faculty introductions Humanities Wednesday January 27 th à 12 00 pm 1 00 pm Student Center S mores Faculty introductions STEM Thursday January 28 th à 12 00 pm 1 00 pm Student Center Root

    Original URL path: http://www.lco.edu/students/orientation (2016-02-17)
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  • Oshki Bimaadiziiwin
    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 Students Oshki Bimaadiziiwin Print Email The mission of the Oshki Bimaadiziiwin Jail Education Program is to advance knowledge and strengthen ties to our communities through education for incarcerated audiences The program offers college credit courses to incarcerated individuals in the following jails Sawyer County Jail Vilas County Jail Ashland County Jail Washburn County Jail Barron County Jail Bayfield County Jail The program offers four courses Introduction to Higher Education college and life success program Professional Development for Incarcerated Audiences Introduction to Higher Education Creative Writing Through these courses the students are better prepared for life by developing skills in time management writing skills study skills interpersonal skills critical thinking personal responsibility and healthy social and emotional interactions Students are also exposed to Ojibwe language and culture by learning and practicing a greetings speech and the incorporation of Ojibwe culture and traditions to our courses These courses continue basic core knowledge for our college students

    Original URL path: http://www.lco.edu/students/oshki (2016-02-17)
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  • Registrar's Office
    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 Students Registrar s Office Registrar s Office Print Email If you wish to receive additional information on program offerings financial aid semester start dates and other information pertaining to becoming a student at LCOOCC please email recruit lco edu or call 888 526 6221 Steps to Apply for Admission Step 1 Complete Online Application or Apply in Person Step 2 Submit transcripts to the Admissions Office Step 3 Complete the Federal Financial Aid Form Step 4 Obtain your Tribal Certification and submit to Admissions Office Step 5 Complete the COMPASS test Tests are administered Monday Thursday at 9 00 AM and 1 00 PM Please call ahead to make an appointment Office Hours Mon Thur 8 00 am 4 30 pm Friday 8 00 am close Registrar Registrars Assistant Annette Wiggins Julie Turpin awiggins lco edu jturpin lco edu 715 634 4790 x 104 715 634 4790 x 105 Admissions Documents Net Price Calculator Registration Application Admissions

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  • Schedules
    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 Students Schedules Schedules Print Email Please note that these schedules are subject to change Fall Semester 2015 past term 2015 16 Academic Year Main Campus LCOOCC North Lac du

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  • Tuition and Fees
    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 Students Tuition and Fees Tuition and Fees Print Email Tuition and Semester Fees Rate Tuition Charged per Credit Hour 190 00 Activity Fee Charged Once per Semester 15 00 Other Fees as Applicable Rate Application Fee For First Semester Students Only 10 00 Transcript Request Fee Per Student s Request 4 00 Course Fees as Applicable Rate SCI 0101 General Cell Biology Genetics and Evolution 15 00 SCI 0102 General Animal Biology Ecology 15 00 SCI 0103 General Chemistry 15 00 SCI 0164 Workshop in Global Positioning Systems 10 00 SCI 0165 Introduction to Geographic Information systems GIS 25 00 SCI 0230 Human Anatomy and Physiology 15 00 SCI 0231 Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 15 00 SCI 0232 Microbiology 15 00 SCI 0240 Fall Ethnobotany 15 00 SCI 0240 Spring Ethnobotany 15 00 Supplies Fees as Applicable Rate ART 0105 Three Dimensional Native Arts 35 00 ART 0107 Native Art Traditional Techniques 25 00 NAS 0105 Three Dimensional Native Arts 35 00

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  • TRiO
    Search Upward Bound Upward Bound Math Science Veterans Upward Bound Educational Opportunity Centers Ronald E McNair posbaccalaureate Achievement and the Training Program for Federal TRiO programs Our focus is to ensure that students have a realistic chance to persist in college and within four years graduate with an associate degree and transfer to a four year institution to pursue a bachelor s degree Mission Statement The mission of Student Support Services at the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College is to provide a supportive system both academic and personal to meet the individual needs of the students and enable them to persevere and be successful in attaining their desired degrees This service is designed to assist qualified students in attaining success throughout their LCOOCC experience Student Support Services is a U S Department of Education program designed to provide students with tutoring personal support academic advising and Career Coaching Application Process Complete a TRiO SSS application by October 31st Get your application in early as this is a first come fist serve program Remember Admission to the TRiO SSS program is NOT automatic Completed application s are evaluated for eligibility If you are admitted to the program we will notify you regarding the next steps to begin your involvement in the TRiO Program Services Personal support Supplemental Academic Financial Aid and Career advising Transfer Assistance Financial Aid Advising Tutoring in English Math Intro to Higher Ed and computer fundamentals Financial and college survival workshops SSS grant aid How can you take advantage of these services Just stop in our office and fill out an application If you qualify we will schedule an interview to discuss your academic needs and concerns and how we can assist you We also offer services at our 3 outreach sites LCOOCC North Lac du Flambeau

    Original URL path: http://www.lco.edu/students/trio (2016-02-17)
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