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CLC leads enrollment increase

Students enrolled in record numbers this spring at Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, resulting in an increase of 14,338 students, or nearly an 8 percent gain, over a year ago. The MnSCU system has 197,576 students taking credit courses, compared to last spring’s enrollment of 183,238. The latest growth spurt …

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Community service

For the second straight year Central Lakes College has been placed on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement. CLC is one of 13 Minnesota colleges and universities and 621 …

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Conference presenters

Nancy Paulson (right) and Betsy Picciano from Central Lakes College were presenters for a break-out session titled “Mentoring That Matters” at the MNSCU Center for Teaching & Learning Conference Feb. 26 and 27 at Minneapolis Community and Technical College. They talked about CLC’s faculty mentoring program. Others attending were Kari …

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Post-season honors

Three Central Lakes College men’s basketball student athletes were named to the 2010 All-Northern Division Team. All three are freshmen. Nick Grewe, a 6-4 guard-forward from Berth-Hewitt, Nash Faulk, a 6-2 guard from Howard Lake, and Marcus Ayala, a 5-11 guard from Phoenix, Ariz., earned the honors, joining 12 other …

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Health Fair volunteers

Central Lakes College students in nursing, dental assisting, child development, and medical secretary volunteered to provide information and coordinate activities at the Brainerd Lakes Health Community Health Fair Sat., Feb. 27 at the Westgate Mall in Brainerd. The event featured free and low-cost health screenings, speakers, educational booths and fun, …

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Minneapolis defeats CLC

Minneapolis Community and Technical College, the nation’s No. 5 ranked team in Division III of the NJCAA, defeated Central Lakes College in overtime, 69-63, Saturday, Feb. 27 to advance to the championship game in the Minnesota College Athletic Conference tournament. MCTC led at halftime 35-19. While CLC experienced a low-shooting …

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Raiders win opener

Central Lakes College, ranked 8th in the nation, defeated Minnesota State Community and Technical College (Fergus Falls), 100-75, in the first round of the Minnesota College Athletic Conference men’s basketball tournament in Minneapolis Friday night, Feb. 26. The Raiders had their largest lead of the first half with 7:53 remaining …

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Magistrate visits

Tim Tingelstad of Bemidji, a family court judge in Minnesota, was a guest speaker in one Central Lakes College class on Feb. 26. He was invited to speak to students in the State and Local Government class taught by Steve Wenzel. Tinglestad was a 2008 candidate for a seat on …

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Transfer Day

Admissions representatives from many Minnesota private colleges and universities will hold Transfer Day at the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College on Thursday, March 11 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the hallway outside the cafeteria. Students have an opportunity to learn more about transferring to a private college …

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MCAC men’s basketball

Minnesota College Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament pairingsAt Minneapolis Community and Technical College, Minneapolis, Feb. 26-28Feb. 26 – 1 p.m. Ridgewater (14-12) vs. Northland (21-6); 3 p.m. Rainy River (13-13) vs. Rochester (20-5); 6 p.m. M State (19-7) vs. Central Lakes (22-5); 8 p.m. Vermilion (19-8) vs. Minneapolis (22-5). Semi-final …

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