Student Information

Student Information

Technology Support for Students

Technology Support for Students

System office ASA, ITS, and Minnesota State Info Hub are working together to extend the capacity of campuses and provide resources and support for students who are transitioning from in-person to virtual delivery of their courses. Here are the ongoing and new student resources available:   One Phone Number = Many People Ready to Help: Students can call 1-844-456-3876 for direct support. Students will receive immediate assistance or be guided through the process to submit a ticket...

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Important information in preparation for classes

CLC Students, Important information in preparation for classes beginning Monday, March 30 using alternate delivery methods. Courses delivered using alternative delivery will continue until the end of the semester. Your instructors will be reaching out to you via email and/or D2L with specific plans and instructions for your classes. Email and Important Information: Check your student email and D2L daily. Your student email is the official communication method of the college. Important updates will be sent to...

Message from CLC President Dr. Hara Charlier – March 25, 2020

Message from CLC President Dr. Hara Charlier – March 25, 2020

Dear CLC Students, As you may have seen in this evening’s message from our Chancellor, Gov. Tim Walz has issued a “Stay at Home” order. In the order, Central Lakes College and all other Minnesota State colleges and universities have been designated as essential services. This means that your courses will resume as planned, and you will continue to have access to support services here at CLC. What this means for you: Instruction will resume...

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Governor Stay at Home Message

Dear students, Today, Governor Walz announced an official “stay at home” order for all Minnesota residents. This means that we are to stay home and limit movements outside of our homes to only essential needs. However, as part of his order, the governor has declared educational activities and services as essential, which means the 37 colleges and universities of Minnesota State are exempt from this order. Campus-based essential services will be staffed by a limited...

Message from CLC President Dr. Hara Charlier – March 25, 2020

Information Update March 19 – Subject: Virtual Commencement

CLC Students, There have been stories in the news regarding colleges and universities canceling their commencement events. At Central Lakes College, we feel more than ever that celebrating the accomplishments of our students, faculty and staff is of paramount importance. We will be assembling a team of student, staff and faculty members (in a virtual environment, of course) to work together and design a plan in which we can safely and meaningfully hold commencement events...

Message from CLC President Dr. Hara Charlier – March 25, 2020

Information Update – March 18, 2020

We are here to support you.  We realize that there has been a lot of change and worry over the current COVID-19 situation. It might feel chaotic and stressful, but know that our faculty and staff are working hard to ensure you have excellent learning opportunities when classes resume in alternate formats on March 30. During these two extra weeks of Spring Break, your instructors and deans are working on those alternate delivery modes in...

Message from CLC President Dr. Hara Charlier – March 25, 2020

Special Statement from Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Office of the Chancellor

College and University Communications re: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Revised March 12, 2020 Minnesota State and our colleges and universities are closely monitoring the developing situation related to COVID-19 and are committed to taking steps necessary to protect the health and safety of our faculty, our staff, and our students. Minnesota State has announced several actions regarding COVID-19 including: The 32 Minnesota State colleges and universities who are currently on Spring Break (Central Lakes College)...

Message from CLC President Dr. Hara Charlier – March 25, 2020

Letter to Students from Central Lakes College President Dr. Hara Charlier – March 16, 2020

Dear CLC Students, The situation with COVID-19 is changing rapidly. As we seek to respond to these changes in a manner that supports every member of the Central Lakes College community, we will continue to provide you with updates. In light of  the Governor’s announcement that Minnesota public schools will close until at least March 27th and our continued commitment to ensuring that classes resume with a quality plan in place, we are updating the guidance that...

Message from CLC President Dr. Hara Charlier – March 25, 2020

Letter to Students from Central Lakes College President Dr. Hara Charlier – March 13, 2020

Dear CLC Students, Our top priority at Central Lakes College is the health and safety of our campus community. As the COVID-19 situation continue to change, we are working with Minnesota State and the Minnesota Department of Health to ensure we are providing you with the safest learning environment possible. As Chancellor Malhotra shared, all Minnesota State colleges and universities are acting with a unified voice and action plan to meet the needs of our...

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