Spring quarter classes are starting! Click here for registration information.
Man of La Mancha comes to LTCC June 13-22. Don't miss out on one of Broadway's biggest hits, right here at home! Click here for more.
Intercollegiate soccer is coming! Click here for more info about the program and coaches, or to support the men's and women's teams as a "Friend of LTCC Soccer."
LTCC Instructor Coaches On Avoiding Avalanches
Mountain Weather (WLD-116) and Level 1 Avalanche (WLD-128B) instructor Ben Hatchett has first-hand experience with the kinds of rapidly changing conditions that can trigger an avalanche during an otherwise fun day on the slopes. Click here to read his harrowing story in the Las Vegas Sun, and find out why understanding mountain weather is fundamental to a fun day on the slopes.
Support Needed to Make 4-Year Degrees a Reality at LTCC
State senate bill 850, which will be considered by the legislature on April 23, could usher in 4-year degrees at community colleges in our state. If passed, the bill would set up a pilot program that allows for one B.A. degree program per community college campus, as a start. That could translate into LTCC being able to offer an array of baccalaureate degrees to local residents--for a fraction of what they'd cost elsewhere. Click here for LTCC President Kindred Murillo's take on the importance of this bill to small towns like ours.
Art Department Exhibit Showcases Local Talent Pieces created by LTCC Art Department faculty & staff are the subject of a new exhibit coming to the Haldan Art Gallery. Join us at the Opening Reception Thursday, April 17 from 5p.m.-7p.m. in the Haldan! All the details are here.
Giving Blood Saves Lives Being a blood donor means being a life saver, pure and simple. Join us on Tuesday, April 15 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Board/Aspen room, and share the gift of life with others. Click here for all the details.
Celebrate National Poetry Month at LTCC "Poetry is just the evidence of life. If your life is burning well, poetry is just the ash." -Leonard Cohen. The Writers' Series invites you to mark National Poetry Month with two award-winning poets on Thursday, April 24 @ 7p.m. in the Aspen Room. Click here for all the details.
A Reason to Celebrate It's been 40 years since the Lake Tahoe Community College District was born. Come join us on Saturday, June 7th as we honor our history and the people who made it all possible. Click here for info on the 40th Anniversary Gala!
Tahoe's Colorful History Comes to Life at LTCC Sierra Stories author Gary Noy shares amazing tales about Tahoe's outlandish characters and colorful past in LTCC's Board Room on Friday, May 9 at 7 p.m. Click here for details on this fun and free event!
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