The Library and the Student Help Desk have added new evening and weekend hours to better accommodate students. New hours: Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and Sunday, 1 p.m.-6 p.m. In addition, the Forum Computer Lab has been moved to the Library, which allows for increased computer and technical support for students.
The college has implemented a new pay-to-print system. Called “GoPrint,” the new system tracks printer usage based on the student's account. The move is part of a campus-wide effort to reduce paper waste and ultimately save money by reducing paper and toner costs and equipment maintenance while promoting a more sustainable green printing environment. Students manage and add funds to their GoPrint account on-line. The price is .10 cents per sheet for black and white, and .20 cents per sheet for color. The software determines the cost of a print job and makes that known to the student prior to printing. The student can then accept and print the job or cancel it.
|Javier Cervantes, right, receives |
his NCCHC pin.
LBCC Women’s Basketball team, along with head coach Deb Herrold, volunteered to help with the annual Linn County Alzhemier’s Walk held at Timber-Linn Park Sept. 20. The team helped with set-up, take down and cheering-on the walkers. Volunteering were team members Madi Baum, Rianne Tupper, Coach Deb Herrold, Kyia Duvall, Coach Stehanie Charves, Nicole Magnuson, Jordan Miller, Bailee Tally, Breanna Bronson, and Kaylee Buhrkuhl (left to right in photo). Go Roadrunners!