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LTCC University Center Grand Opening 2018 – Video Production

By August 14, 2018August 17th, 2018Video

Tahoe Production House produced a piece in 2017 for the LTCC University Center Ground Breaking, and just completed an updated video for the University Center Grand Opening.  We took some of the already produced video, and added new interviews and footage from the last year of the Center, as well as what they are going to offer.  Take a look below:

Explore LTCC’s new home for advanced degrees on the South Shore! The Lisa Maloff University Center at Lake Tahoe Community College is now open, offering modern space & the latest technology for students seeking their bachelor’s or master’s degrees at LTCC.

LTCC has partnered with Sierra Nevada College (Incline Village, NV) and Brandman University (various locations) to bring affordable advanced degree options to South Lake Tahoe for the first time ever!

Through SNC, you can earn a bachelor’s degree in either Global Business Management or Psychology. With your first two years spent studying at LTCC, the total cost for these degree programs can be under $20K for California residents. For more information or to apply for a bachelor’s degree program through SNC, head to Sierra Nevada College’s SNC at LTCC webpage. Fall 2018 classes with SNC start Monday, August 20!

Through Brandman University, you can now earn a bachelor’s degree in either Liberal Studies or Applied Studies for as little as $14,400 at LTCC, and then earn your multiple discipline teaching credential to start your career as a California educator! Brandman is also offering a Masters in Arts in Education degree program at LTCC. Fall 2018 classes with Brandman University start Tuesday, September 4! For more information, call (916) 789-6901, or email Dr. Barbara Bartels at Or visit LTCC’s Brandman University webpage.

The Lisa Maloff University Center is made possible thanks to a $5.8 million donation from longtime Tahoe resident Lisa Maloff in 2014. It is the largest single donation ever given to LTCC, rivaling those that have been given to much larger colleges in California and around the country.