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Lansing Community College begins Process to Fill Vacant Board Seat

October 27, 2015

LANSING, MICH. - The Lansing Community College (LCC) Board of Trustees has begun the process to fill the Trustee position vacated by Dr. Judith Berry who resigned at the October 26, 2015 Board of Trustees meeting. Dr. Berry was elected to the Board in November 2014. Her term would have expired December 31, 2020.

Applications will be available beginning Monday, October 26. Application packets may be obtained on campus from Benita Duncan, Executive Assistant, Board of Trustees, in Room 307.5, of the Administration Building at 610 North Capitol Avenue, in Lansing, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. They may also be accessed online at

Candidates must be 18 years of age or older, a resident of the LCC district, and a registered voter. The LCC district encompasses the school districts of Bath, Dansville, DeWitt, East Lansing, Grand Ledge, Haslett, Holt, Lansing, Leslie, Mason, Okemos, Stockbridge, Waverly, Webberville, and Williamston.

The person appointed to this unpaid position will hold office until December 31, 2016. The election to fill the remaining four years of this position will be held at the next general election in November 2016.

The filing deadline is 12:00 noon (EST) Thursday, November 5, 2015. Completed applications must be received by Benita Duncan, Executive Assistant to the Board of Trustees, in Room 307.5 of the Administration Building at 610 North Capitol Avenue.

As LCC is a public institution, the entire process will be open to the public. A special meeting of the Board of Trustees is tentatively scheduled for Monday, November 16, 2015, at 6 p.m. (EST) to make a final decision on the vacancy. For more information, contact Benita Duncan at (517) 483-5252.

About Lansing Community College

Lansing Community College is Michigan's third largest community college with approximately 15,000 students attending each year. LCC offers courses in general education for those interested in transferring to a four-year institution, career and workforce development, developmental education and personal enrichment. To meet the professional development and training needs of regional employees, the college offers customized programs for credit, non-credit and continuing education. The University Center at LCC offers students the opportunity to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees from six partner universities on the downtown LCC campus. For more information, visit

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