Each year, Lamar Community College offers two courses for students and community members interested in learning how to prepare and file tax returns: Individual Income Tax Preparation (ACC 132) and a Lab Practicum (ACC 133).
The Colorado State University Extension office in Pueblo is offering two opportunities to learn how to make your own pickled foods at home.
The three-hour hands-on sessions cover pickling fruits, vegetables and relishes.
The Lopes know that whatever the 2018 season has in store for them, it won't come easy, but it will be worth it.
With only four returners joined by 11 newcomers, the Lamar Community College volleyball team will rely now more than ever on its strong culture, veteran leadership and team unity as they fight through a schedule peppered with perennial powerhouses and National Tournament hopefuls.
There's still time to enroll in college courses this fall and Lamar Community College is here to get students started on the track to reaching their educational goals with a full schedule of online courses.
Online courses are offered in 16-week, 10-week, or short six-week long sessions and scholarships are available to fulltime students.
Summer has flown by at Lamar Community College! With the fall semester less than two weeks away, campus is buzzing with new academic year energy. Registration for the upcoming semester is well underway and most courses will begin the week of August 20.
Anyone interested in taking courses at LCC this fall should enroll today by visiting lamarcc.edu or contacting Student Services at 719-336-1590.
As the school year approaches, we join with partners nationwide in recognizing August as National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM). The Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management reminds parents and guardians to check their children's vaccination records. If your children need vaccines, make sure they are on your back-to-school list. Following the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) immunization schedule is one of the most important things parents can do to protect their children from serious disease.
Here is what to do:
Incoming Lamar Community College students from Baca, Bent, Cheyenne, Kiowa, and Prowers counties can now take advantage of an extended deadline to earn scholarship funds for the upcoming fall semester. The deadline for the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative (COSI) scholarship has been extended to August 20.
COSI scholarship recipient can receive up to $1,000 per semester.
Emergency Medical Technician - Basic certificate offered this fall at Lamar Community College
The Lamar Community College Foundation recently secured $10,000 in funds from the Robert H. Rawlings Foundation to maintain scholarships for Emergency Medical Services students for the upcoming academic year. These scholarships can help individuals interested in completing the Emergency Medical Technician-Basic certificate this fall.