Minnesota Online Honored with 2006 Institutional Service Award from Council for Adult and Experiential Learning

Minnesota Online, the gateway to programs and courses offered via the Internet by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, has received the 2006 Institutional Service Award from the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning. The international nonprofit organization, also known as CAEL, presented the award Nov. 10 during its international conference in Boston.”CAEL applauds…

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities to Ask State for $177 Million

Request includes initiatives for student access and success, academic innovation, technology. The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees today approved a legislative budget request that seeks a $177 million increase for the 2008-2009 biennium and limits annual tuition increases to an average of no more than 4 percent across the system in each…

President Calls for FAN Support

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities form Friends Action Network (FAN) to urge state leaders to support the Minnesota’s public higher education systems. LSC President Kathleen Nelson is urging faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members to become FANs of Minnesota’s State Colleges and Universities. “Minnesota’s future and continued economic health depend on access to affordable,…

LSC Participates in Survey of Student Use of Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs

Lake Superior College is one of 12 Minnesota colleges and universities that participated in a survey of the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs among students, in an effort to improve academic success and student health. According to the survey, the high-risk drinking rate (consuming five or more drinks at one sitting within the…

Open House Highlights and Photos

LSC’s Fall Open House was a big success, attracting hundreds of potential students and their families. The event included presentations, information booths, tours and refreshments. A health care demonstration in the Commons was one of the highlights of the Fall Open House. Students and faculty from several health care programs provided an interactive patient scenario.…

Help for Misbehaving Computers

Does your computer misbehave? Are you ready to throw it out the window? The LSC Computer Club will help you troubleshoot any computer problems you may have. Bring your computer tower or laptop to Student Computer Support Days on Nov. 17 or Dec. 8 from 1- 3:30 p.m. in Room 2442 for free help. Please…