The LCOOCC North Site is located in Washburn, WI. We are located just three blocks north of Hwy 13, in the Washburn High School. You can’t miss our canopied entrance, proclaiming all are welcome at LCOOCC North! We offer classes in the morning, afternoon, and evening, with in-house Instructors, on-line, and over ITV with Instructors from our Main Campus in Hayward, WI, and our other outreach sites scattered around Wisconsin. We also offer additional classes each semester within our Native communities, both Red Cliff and Bad River. We primarily service the communities of Bad River, Ashland, Marengo, Washburn, Bayfield, and Red Cliff, but new students are welcome and encouraged to attend from any and all communities, around the world. We, at LCOOCC North, are very proud of our culturally diverse staff, faculty, and student body.
The LCOOCC North site offers nine two-year Associates Degrees, including Business Administration-Accounting Emphasis, Business Administration-Small Business Management, Casino Operations Management, Early Childhood Education, General Studies, Human Services, Liberal Arts, Native American Studies, and Native American Studies-Ojibwe Language Emphasis. We also offer a one year Certificate in Casino Hospitality & Customer Service.
Staff, and Instructors at LCOOCC North are Tribal members and non-Tribal members that are familiar with the challenges sometimes faced by today’s Tribal communities, and college students from all walks of life. We offer assistance with financial aid, degree audits to help students map their chosen program, free tutoring, and Student Support Services to assist students in developing plans for their future with LCOOCC North. We can also help students match their interests to both internal, and external internships to give them hands-on experience in their chosen degree field.
LCOOCC North incorporates Ojibwe Culture into all of our programs, with a keen understanding of the importance of maintaining a connection to our Tribal communities, while striving to learn and grow; becoming the best possible representatives of ourselves, our communities, and our Tribal cultural heritage.
Contact us today, to learn how we can help you expand your horizons, and follow your dreams.
Linda Johnston, LCOOCC North Site Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
P.O. Box 128
Washburn, WI 54891
* Located in the Washburn High School, Washburn, WI