Save the Date for the 38th Annual Graduation Commencement! June 28th, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. For more information contact Student Services at 530-541-4660 x231.
Study in the Library
Between classes, students find a quiet place to read by the fireplace in the 27,000 square foot library.
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Students live in one of the most pristine environments in the country, Lake Tahoe.
IMPORTANT NOTICE to Financial Aid Applicants: Your financial aid will be processed through Passport beginning with Fall 2012. If you have filed your 2012-13 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), LTCC's request for documents to complete your financial aid file for 2012-13 may already have been sent to your student email. You must log in to Passport and check your email there to receive messages from financial aid. Please contact our staff for help if you have difficulties with Passport, or have questions about your financial aid for next school year.
Wildflower aficionado bears witness to an unusual season LTCC adjunct instructor presents talk and slideshow Sept. 5
Sierra weather is fickle. It can be feast or famine. According to Lisa Berry, wildflower aficionado and Lake Tahoe Community College adjunct instructor, in wildflower terms it can result in a distinct advantage. Berry has been leading wildflower hikes and studying the area's wildflowers for almost a decade. This year's dry winter season resulted in something she said she has never seen before.
"The light winter did take its toll on the flowers," Berry said. "You didn't see the explosions of color like we are used to, but what I found was when the conditions aren't right for the normal flowers they are perfect for other flowers that usually don't get a chance to bloom."
Berry will be talking about her findings and presenting a slideshow of her discoveries on Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 7 p.m. in LTCC's Aspen Room. The talk is free and open to the public.
"One of things that make wildflowers wild is that they like uncontrolled conditions," Berry explained. "It was a fast and furious season. Your timing had to be great. I didn't find the usual lupine and paintbrush, but on the far side of Round Top lake, I found a carpet of the wildflower Veronica where I have only found it occasionally.
"I found that there were other flowers that really enjoy the dry season like angelica, and wall flowers came up in abundance."
Berry said what she likes most about her wildflower hiking class is helping students develop a sense of flowers that they didn't have before.
"Flowers appeal to all the senses. They invite us to take a closer look at the environment around us."
Community Education offers Spanish Weekend Experience Join us for a fun filled weekend of Spanish culture and language. This workshop is for beginning, intermediate and advanced levels. For a full list of workshops go to www.ltcc.edu/communityeducation