Monthly Archives: January 2014

Habitat Group

Alternative Spring Break Trip

Are you interested in making a difference in someone’s life, in your life? Apply to take the Habitat for Humanity, Alternative Spring Break Trip with Student Activities. We will be traveling to Harrisburg, PA to work on a house restoration during the week of Spring Break, departing Monday, March 17 and returning Saturday, March 22. 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., join Lord Fairfax and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Choir for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration. The event will take place from 5:30-7:00pm in the Loeb. Reverend Lemuel Montgomery will lead the Martin Luther King, Jr. Choir in both traditional and contemporary spirituals. Adriane Harrison will

Athletics Promo poster

Join an LFCC Athletic team today!

Interested in playing sports at the collegiate level? LFCC offers both Men’s and Women’s basketball, soccer, and rugby. The rugby seasons run in both spring and fall, with soccer in the fall and basketball in the winter/spring. Each team meets 2-3 times a week for practices; the soccer and rugby teams practice on campus and


Student Health 101 – What are your Fitness Goals?, Conquer Your Stress, and much more…

  In this week’s LFCC Student Health 101… Conquer Your StressExploring ways to relieve the pressure Coffee or Tea?Which one gets you going in the morning? Please share! What Are Your Fitness Goals?Find out what other students are working towards Find out more – and enter the January drawing for $1,000 in LFCC Student Health


The NEW Student Union is NOW OPEN!

The Student Union Building on the Middletown Campus is now open for students, faculty and staff. The gym is free to all students enrolled in credit courses. Come see what the excitment is all about!


Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

Student Activities would like to invite you to join us on Monday, January 20 for a celebration in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  This event will be hosted in the Thompson Conference Center, Corron Development Center, from 12-1 p.m..  The afternoon’s program will include student performances, a presentation of awards for the MLK