Lewis and Clark Community College held an open house between 1-3 p.m. on Sunday Oct. 11, in the Math and Science building, inviting students to learn about our college and community.
Many students and parents came to see what degrees and activities L&C has to offer to anyone interested in attending college to further their education.
Several departments and clubs were also in attendance to represent their area of expertise and describe their degree programs to any students who had questions.
The various degree programs tried to capture people’s attention, displaying information students could learn in their classes.
A few of the degree programs and clubs attending were the Child Care Development and Education program, and the Management program.
“By studying history you can see many things that happened 2,000 years ago that are still relevant today,” History Professor Kelly Obernuefemann said.
There were also awards given to Child Care Development for being the most informative and the Occupational Therapy Assistant program won most creative display, with an eye-catching football goal.
“It’s been a good event and there are a lot of good degree programs.” Student Government Association President David Bradley, said.
For any students who would like to become involved in a club or degree program on campus, there are a variety of options to choose from. If you would like to learn more, contact the director of Student Activities, Jared Hennings, at firstname.lastname@example.org