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Verndale students visit CLC Graphic Design

Students from Verndale High School got a hands-on lesson in using Adobe software and a UV printer during a recent visit to Central Lakes College in Brainerd. Each student brought an original design idea for printing on 3-dimensional objects, such as box covers, wood slabs and business cards. All the students …

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Minnesota State universities guarantee admission, credit transfer to CLC AA Degree grads

Central Lakes College students who complete the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum and earn a minimum 2.0 GPA* in an Associate of Arts (AA) degree are now guaranteed admission to every one of the seven Minnesota State universities with junior year status. Under a new program announced today by Minnesota State, all …

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Osirus Washington: Thoughts on Thurman Knight

CLC hosted a memorial for the late Thurman Knight, a communications instructor, in the Chalberg Theatre on Tuesday afternoon. Thurman passed away on Oct. 6, but is still being remembered by all who knew him a month later. I think he will be remembered for a very long time. You …

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Pine River-Backus students get lesson in graphic design at CLC

Seven students from Pine River-Backus High School got a hands-on lesson in using Adobe software and a UV printer during a recent visit to Central Lakes College in Brainerd. Each student brought an original design idea for printing on 3-dimensional objects, such as a cutout wooden letter, box covers, wood slabs …

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Nominations sought in Educator of the Year Award

Community members are invited to nominate an outstanding Central Lakes College educator for the upcoming Minnesota State Board of Trustees Educator of the Year Award for Excellence in Teaching. This award is an honor bestowed upon Minnesota State faculty to acknowledge and reward exceptional individual professional accomplishments and to encourage …

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Browerville students get hands-on lesson in Adobe software, UV printer at CLC

Eight students from Browerville High School got a hands-on lesson in using Adobe software and a UV printer during a recent visit to Central Lakes College in Brainerd. Each student brought an original design idea for printing on 3-dimensional objects, such as a cutout wooden letter, box covers, wood slabs and business …

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CLC looks long-term in positioning college for future

Central Lakes College, along with many colleges throughout the state and nation, is facing a budget shortfall. Rather than simply dealing with the current year, college leaders have committed to taking a long-term approach to position CLC for the future. Considering tuition revenue, state allocation changes, and estimated inflationary costs, …

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Patrick Abrahamson Scholarship Fund grows, will help more students

Thanks to a recent contribution to the Patrick Abrahamson Scholarship Fund, additional students will benefit through the fund at Central Lakes College Foundation. Faye Abrahamson helped establish this scholarship fund in memory and honor of her late husband, Pat Abrahamson, in 2013. The fund assists students enrolled in CLC’s Small …

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Recently retired CLC President Lundblad Recognized with Emeritus status

  The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees has awarded emeritus status to three former college and university presidents, including recently retired CLC President Larry Lundblad. In making his recommendation to the board, Minnesota State Chancellor Steven Rosenstone said that bestowing this status not only honored the presidents, …

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NR instructor Kent Montgomery receives Educator Award from MACTA

Central Lakes College Natural Resources instructor Kent Montgomery was recently awarded the 2016 Educator Award by The Minnesota Association for Career and Technical Education Administrators (MACTA). The Educator Award is one that recognizes the finest career and technical instructors in Minnesota at the secondary or postsecondary level who have demonstrated …

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