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CLC’s Bent Pine Journal wins national award 

Central Lakes College’s Bent Bine Journal has won the 2nd place National Award for Best Magazine, hosted by Community College Humanities Association.   The Bent Pine is a full color, hardcopy journal that seeks to illuminate the creative talents of students, staff and faculty across CLC. It was first published …

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Heisserer named Outstanding Educator  

Red etters "CLC" on south lawn of campus

Instructor Dr. Nick Heisserer has been named the 2023-24 Central Lakes College Board of Trustees Outstanding Educator. Heisserer teaches Business Management at the college. This honor includes nominations by students and peers, as well as a recommendation from a committee of CLC employees.  “Nick’s dedication to students and outstanding instruction …

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CLC, AgCentric, awarded $43,037 workforce development grant 

Central Lakes College and AgCentric have been awarded a $43,037 workforce development grant from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED).  With the funds, CLC and AgCentric will collaborate with the Ag Innovation Campus (AIC) at University of Minnesota Crookston and Minnesota Farmers Union to create a specialized soybean crush …

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CLC honored nationally for its social media marketing

For the second year in a row, Central Lakes College has been honored with national awards for its social media marketing.  Winners were announced recently in the 11th Annual Education Digital Marketing Awards.   CLC received honors in these categories:  Gold Award – CLC Facebook  Gold Award – CLC TikTok  Silver Award – CLC Instagram  …

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CLC is making college more affordable for YOU!

Affordability FREE tuition and fees for all Minnesota students with a family income under $80,000 with the North Star Promise Scholarship (starting Fall of 2024) Tuition freeze at Central Lakes College through spring 2025 Scholarships available through the CLC Foundation which awards over $450,000 annually to students. See more. Extraordinary Education. Exceptional Value. …

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CLC Videography alumni, team release short film to be premiered in film festivals 

A short film created by a handful of Central Lakes College Videography Program alumni, along with their team, will be screened in several upcoming film festivals.   The short film is called “P@ssword Pr0blems” and it will be screened at the following festivals:   The Iowa Independent Film Festival on …

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CLC Ukrainian student releases book, raises funds to help her country

When Russia invaded her country on Feb. 24, 2022, Central Lakes College Ukrainian student Mary Kharytonova’s life changed forever. After spending a couple of weeks hiding in her home with her mom, the lack of food and medicine, and Russian troops getting closer, drove the pair to seek refuge in Poland.   In the dead of night, Mary (with …

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CLC continues to be drug, tobacco free 

Central Lakes College continues to be a drug and tobacco free campus, which includes now legalized recreational marijuana.  Cannabis possession, use and transport is prohibited on CLC campuses and property. Federal law continues to classify the use of cannabis products as illegal, and all Minnesota State colleges and universities are …

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Community Connection: Opportunities in Meat Cutting, Culinary Arts and Precision Food 

By Paul Preimesberger, CLC Dean of Enrollment Management and Student Success  It’s August, which means our farm fields are growing by the day and our team is busy tending to the crops. With over 2,000 acres of research and demonstration crops, and upwards of 1,000 different trials centered on environmental …

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CLC welcomes new VP of Academic and Student Affairs

Central Lakes College is pleased to welcome Cheryl Norman as its new Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs.  “We are thrilled to welcome Cheryl to CLC. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in both academic and student affairs, and embraces our commitment to relationships and serving students,” said …

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