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New degree

Central Lakes College, Brainerd, has established a Theatre Performance Associate of Fine Arts degree, which transfers to Southwest Minnesota State University, Marshall, as part of a Theatre Arts bachelor’s degree at the university. The 60-credit transfer meets half the requirement for SMSU’s 120-credit BA, according to an articulation agreement approved …

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Energizing

The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, Minnesota Association of Professional Employees, and American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees co-sponsored the annual “Energizing Our Front-Line Network” conference at Central Lakes College May 19 and 20. CLC President Dr. Larry Lundblad welcomed the 300 guests from MnSCU institutions across the …

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New president

The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities today appointed Richard A. Hanson as president of Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College. Hanson, 60, has been interim president of North Dakota State University since Dec. 1, 2009. Previously, he served as president of Waldorf College, Forest City, Iowa; professor of sociology, …

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Tuition and fees

The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees approved a budget that holds average annual tuition and fee increases to $205 for undergraduate students at the state colleges and $301 at the state universities beginning this fall. Central Lakes College tuition will be $4,322 for a student taking 30 …

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Credits transfer

Nearly 91 percent of students transferring within the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system experienced no loss of credits toward their degree, according to a study released today. In presenting the study findings to the Board of Trustees, John Asmussen, the system’s internal auditor who conducted the study, said: “Credit …

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Softball and golf end

The Central Lakes College women’s fast-pitch softball team ended its season on Saturday, May 15 at Grand Rapids, losing the Region 13B championship game to the nation’s second-ranked team, Itasca. Thus, the Raiders got within one game of the national tournament and finished with a 27-16 win-loss record for 2010. …

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New Foundation director

Pam Thomsen of Brainerd has been named the Central Lakes College Director of Resource Development and Foundation. She replaces the retiring Diane Scearcy, who has been with the Foundation since 1999, the past 10 years as director, and worked at Central Lakes College for 21 years. Like Scearcy, Thomsen is …

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Graduation

More than 300 Central Lakes College students were honored Wed., May 12 at the spring commencement for 2010 graduates of the Brainerd campus. A record of more than 1,000 students were eligible to graduate. Ceremonies at the gymnasium in Brainerd High School again packed the house with families and friends. …

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TRiO celebration

The TRiO/Student Support services program held its annual Graduate Celebration and Recognition Luncheon on May 10 at Prairie Bay. Fifty TRiO students are graduating this spring, completing their time in the program that provides support to students who are first-generation college students, low-income, or have a documented disability. The program …

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