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CLC ranks among the top Dental Assistant Degree Programs in the U.S.

Central Lakes College has been recognized as a top ranked institution offering the best Dental Assistant Degree Programs by Intelligent.com. Central Lakes College was listed among 25 other competing public institutions across the nation. CLC ranked at No. 13, and was listed as the “Best Technical College”. The student-focused comprehensive …

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CLC Connection: Paying for college

By Jana Shogren, Director of Resource Development & CLC Foundation, and Mike Barnaby, Director of Financial Aid At Central Lakes College, we want our students to be successful! It’s why we are here and our No. 1 goal. So when paying for college is a barrier for some of our …

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Success for CLCs first trap team

Central Lakes College’s new Trap Shooting Club, which launched this fall, is celebrating a successful season. The 15-member co-ed team competed for six weeks in the USA College Clay Target League’s Fall Season against four midwestern colleges. Southwest Wisconsin Technical College led the conference from the beginning, followed by CLC …

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CLC named Best for Vets Two-Year College by The Military Times

Central Lakes College has been named a Best for Vets Two-Year College by The Military Times. To earn this national distinction, The Military Times scrutinizes each institution’s veteran graduation rates, polices and procedures in place for veterans, the number of positions dedicated to support veterans, the number of scholarships awarded …

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CLC, MSUM announce Health Administration partnership

Central Lakes College and Minnesota State University Moorhead are pleased to announce an exciting partnership between the institutions’ Health Services Administration programs. The articulation agreement means students can start at CLC, earning a Healthcare Administrative Specialist A.A.S Degree, and then transfer seamlessly to MSUM to complete their undergraduate degree in …

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CLC’s Mary Sam selected to serve on NJCAA Equity & Inclusion Council

Mary Sam, Dean of Students, Equity and Inclusion at Central Lakes College, was selected to serve on the National Junior College Athletic Association Equity & Inclusion Council. “This role will help lift up the need for training and development to ensure NJCAA and partner colleges are working to reflect the student …

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Call for nominations in Educator of the Year Award

Students, community members, staff and faculty are invited to nominate a Central Lakes College instructor for the upcoming Minnesota State Board of Trustees Educator of the Year Award for Excellence in Teaching. This award is an honor granted upon Minnesota State faculty to acknowledge and reward exceptional professional accomplishments and …

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10 more students awarded Workforce Development Scholarships

Central Lakes College is please to have awarded 10 additional Workforce Development Scholarships to students for fall semester. The scholarships, totaling $2,500 each, will help students launch a career in a high-demand occupation in Minnesota. These scholarships were made possible by a $7 million appropriation from the Legislature after a …

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CLC named “Great College to Work For”

Central Lakes College has attained elite Honor Roll status as a 2019 Great College to Work For, according to a new survey by The Great Colleges to Work For program. CLC is the only institution in Minnesota this year to receive the honor. The results are based on a survey …

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Minnesota State adds additional rural mental health specialist

AgCentric, Minnesota State’s Northern Center of Excellence is excited to announce the addition of farmer mental health services through Monica McConkey. McConkey comes to AgCentric with a strong agricultural background and a wealth of behavioral health experience. McConkey grew up on a farm in northwest Minnesota and remembers well the …

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