The LFCC Self Defense Training will start Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 5:30 p.m. View details and sign up at http://goo.gl/forms/sL3l0M2kLg.
We would like to encourage you to invite female friends and family members to join you in this important and fun training.
Cold & Flu Season is here…
Here are some great tips to follow to prevent the spread of illness:
- Washing your hands is the single most important step in preventing the spread of diseases. It is extremely important to wash your hands often. We all use our hands much more frequently than we realize and they come into contact with millions of germs a day.
- Avoid close contact. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. When you are sick, keep your distance from others to help protect them from getting sick too.
- Stay home when you are sick. If possible, stay home from work, school, and errands when you are sick. You will prevent others from catching your illness. Please reach out to your instructors letting them know that you are staying home from school because you are contagious. Please email them from your LFCC-issued email address. Also, please reach out to your dean of students if are having difficulty reaching your faculty member or have another issue you need help with. The Fauquier Campus dean of students is Dr. Tanya Ingram at firstname.lastname@example.org and the Middletown Campus dean of students is Dr. Karen Bucher at email@example.com. If you are not able to miss class, please alert your professor that you are ill and that you will be limiting your class interaction.
- Cover your cough. Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your elbow when coughing or sneezing. It may prevent those around you from getting sick.
- Clean your hands. Washing your hands often will help protect you from germs. Wash your hands for at least 30 seconds to effectively kill germs.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth.
- Clean and disinfect your “shared spaces” more often than other times of the year. Remember phones, keyboards, steering wheels, office equipment, and other items used by several people during the day.
- Get enough sleep. During sleep, your body’s immune system goes into high gear to protect you from illness. Lack of sleep can reduce immune functioning, making you susceptible to sickness.
- Drink more water. In the fall and winter, it is easy to overlook your thirst and get dehydrated. Make sure you consume 8 glasses a day.
- Listen to your body. If you are less than 100%, you will feel better and recover faster if you let yourself rest.
- Finally, be sure to visit your doctor if you are running a fever
We have some spooktacular events for you! Don’t miss out on the festivities happening this week on the Middletown Campus!
- Pumpkin Painting: Oct. 22 at 2 p.m. in the Student Union lounge. Pumpkins and paint provided.
- Halloween Movie Night Double Feature: Hocus Pocus at 5:30 p.m. followed by Beetlejuice at 7:15 in the Corron Building. FREE popcorn. Bring your family and friends. Don’t forget a lawn chair, pillows, or blankets for this indoor “movie on the lawn.” Even pack a picnic dinner!
- Kid’s Halloween Party: 6-8 p.m. in the Corron Building. Bring your kids and enjoy a costume parade, crafts, candy, refreshments, and more!
- Costume Contest: Oct. 29 Come by the Student Life Office in the Student Union to have your costume entered into the contest from 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
The LFCC Dinner Theatre presents a night of comedy featuring Check Please and The 9 Worst Break Ups of All Time. Watch two shows for the price of one! The Dinner and a Show is Saturday, November 8th. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. in the Corron Building followed by the show at 7 p.m. in the McCoy Theatre. Enjoy a delicious meal catered by Castiglia’s Italian Eatery. Reserve your tickets online at www.lfcc.edu/dinner. Tickets are only $25 ($5 for children 12 and under). Tickets may be paid for/picked up at the door.
The shows are also being performed at 2 p.m. on Sunday, November 9th. Tickets are only $5 and can be purchased at the door.
LFCC Men’s rugby traveled to Richmond on Saturday, Sept. 20 to take on Conference opponent University of Richmond.
LFCC was able to take the lead in the third minute with a try and missed conversion 5-0. Richmond were able to score two penalty kicks and take the lead 5-6, and LFCC scored before halftime to put the Lions back in the lead at half 13-6.
The second-half opened more scoring for the Lions, while keeping the Spiders to a scoreless half. The final score LFCC 33- Univ. of Richmond 6
The win puts LFCC as the leaders of the conference.
Have you downloaded the new LFCC mobile app?
It is a useful tools and provides a lot of helpful information that you can have available at your fingertip. If you go to the App Store to download the app on your iPad or iPhone, type LFCC Mobile in the search box and be sure to choose iPad or iPhone only. You can also use this app on Android. Go to the LFCC homepage for further instructions.
The app includes a suite of modules that allows you to access information to many important LFCC portals. The app’s modules include the following:
- Courses: Browse the entire course catalog
- News: Read the latest news and find out what is happening on our campuses
- Library: Search the library catalog, view the availability of many different items, access live chat and engage other research tools
- SIS: Access the Student Information System (SIS/HR)
- Twitter: View LFCC’s latest tweets
- Facebook: Connect with LFCC on Facebook
- Videos: Browse LFCC’s YouTube stream
- Emergency: Access important emergency contacts
- Maps: Find anything on campus using a search-driven map interface
- Blackboard: Collaborate with professors and other students in assigned classes
- Events: Enjoy a calendar-driven view of various events on campus
Your one step ahead of the game with the new LFCC mobile app!
Add your comments to the month-long Living Wall on the FOCUS. Contribute your thoughts about the importance of celebrating diversity and what Hispanic Heritage Month means to you.
Leave your comments on the FOCUS and be a part of the Hispanic Heritage Month Living Wall.
At one of our largest events campus-wide, we host over 70 colleges and universities that are here to speak to you! Get a first-hand look at who will be there here: College Night program
College Night is hosted on Tuesday, September 30 from 6-8pm in Wolk Hall and the Barn.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about the event.
LFCC Men’s rugby opened their season on Saturday Sept.6, hosting Cardinals Conference opponent Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU).The Lions scored 10 tries with 4 conversion (58); VCU scored 3 tries 2 conversion and 1 penalty kick (22). final score LFCC 58 – VCU 22. LFCC travel to Hampden-Sydney College this Saturday (9/13); where, LFCC won the last meeting in the Cardinal Conference (State) Championship game.
Come explore your transfer options at College Day. Students are invited to take advantage of the opportunity to talk to representatives from OVER 50 COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES about programs and transfer options.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1st 11:30 AM—1 PM Carl and Emily Thompson Conference Center, and Marion P. Lewis Atrium in the Corron Community Development Center