March 2, 2020
Lake Superior College Hosts Cybersecurity Workshop for High School Students
Students from Duluth’s East High School, Stella Maris Academy, Two Harbors, Superior, Chisholm and home schools learned about the fast-paced world of cybersecurity in a free Cyber Day workshop held at Lake Superior College’s main campus and led by LSC’s Computer Information Systems Department faculty and students. The event was sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense. WDIO and Fox21 covered the Cyber Day.
Exciting news about student housing near Lake Superior College!
Groundbreaking set for this spring.
Exciting news! The LSC Flats project being done by Titanium Partners LLC, led by LSC alum Brian Forcier, is scheduled for this spring, as soon as weather permits, with a targeted opening time of Fall 2021. Read more in the Duluth News Tribune.
Health Fair Features Information and
Activities with Community Partners
and LSC Clubs

More than forty area healthcare and wellness agencies, businesses and LSC student clubs provided information and services to make for a successful Health Fair last week.Thanks to Active Minds, Al-Anon, Alcoholics Anonymous, American Lung Association, Birch Tree Center, Circle of Hope, Community Action Duluth, Driving 4 Safe Communities, Generations Health Care Initiatives, Emily Program, Essentia Health Grief Support Services, Amberwing and Essentia Health IOP, Lake Superior Community Health Center, LSC Dental Clinic, LSC Counseling, LSC Disability Services, LSC Massage Therapy, LSC MLT Club, Lutheran Social Services Youth Programs, Planned Parenthood, MN Adult & Teen Challenge, MN Disability Law Center Legal Aid, MN Towards Zero Deaths, NAMI, Nystrom & Associates, Nuway, PAVSA, Rogers Behavioral Health, St. Luke’s LSC QCare Express Clinic, St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services, Safe Kids, Twin Ports VA Outpatient Clinic, Whole Foods Co-op, and Wounded Warrior Project.
Another Great Week of Media Coverage for LSC:

  • Local college to offer free welding classes for high school students on CBS3Duluth.

  • LSC Machine Tech Students Awarded Toolbox Scholarship on WDIO and Fox21.

  • Local colleges and universities prepare for possible Coronavirus outbreak on KBJR6 and CBS3.

  • Lake Superior College's free cybersecurity workshop for 6-12th graders on Fox21 and WDIO.

Upcoming Events and
Campus Updates

  • Open forums to discuss the L Building renovation project and other staff office moves will be held on Monday, March 9 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. in room S260; Monday, March 23 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. in room S240 and on Tuesday, March 24 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. in room S253.

  • A free Cyber Girls workshop for girls in grades 5-12 will be held on Friday, March 20 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with a pizza lunch included. Register online or contact Vickie McLain, (218) 733-7763 or Paul Fye, (218) 733-7666 for more information.

  • Aviation Career Night will be held Friday, March 27 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at LSC's Center for Advanced Aviation.

  • Organizational charts are updated periodically and are posted on LSC's website. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact the HR department.
Info on Minnesota State-related travel with concerns over Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Minnesota State Chancellor Devinder Malhotra sent a memo to all college and university presidents on Friday, February 28, suspending all Minnesota State related international travel, effectively immediately, which includes study abroad programs and any other activities faculty, staff, and students. At this point, the Chancellor’s office and other system officials are monitoring reports and taking guidance/recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. State Department, and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and will be reviewing action on a recurring basis.

President Rogers and members of her cabinet have been in communication with the Minnesota State system office, as well as other colleges and universities in the region, the City of Duluth and local healthcare providers. We all continue to monitor the situation very carefully and will provide updates as they become available. In the meantime, Minnesota State has suggested the following resources.

  • Information for schools, colleges and universities is available at MDH.
  • At this time, MDH assesses the risk of becoming sick with COVID-19, including for people in Minnesota schools, as low. To date, there have been no positive cases of COVID-19 reported at any Minnesota State college or university or at the system office.
  • Encourage students and employees to:
  • Practice respiratory (coughing and sneezing) etiquette and hand hygiene
  • Stay at home when sick
  • Encourage supervisors and faculty to offer flexibly to employees and students who are sick, expressing symptoms of respiratory issues, or care for family members to the maximum extent possible.
  • Anyone in the U.S. who has not traveled to China or been in contact with someone confirmed or suspected to have COVID-19 in the last 14 days is at low risk of becoming sick with the virus
  • Cautioning all on actions and language against anyone based on race, ethnicity, or religion based on the origins of COVID-19.
Additional resources: 

Minnesota Department of Health (MDH):
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
State Department (DOS):
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Individuals with disabilities may request reasonable accommodations by contacting LSC's Disability Services, (218) 733-7650/(800) 432-2884, S155, or Georgia Robillard at