Lansing Community College

LCC has moved to online-only. All classes will be conducted online, except for a few that will be suspended. Please check your D2L course page for details on how your class will be conducted. All campuses closed.

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A message from LCC president Dr. Brent Knight

Following the most recent recommendations from federal and state officials and health experts, LCC transitioned to a fully online environment beginning Wednesday, March 18. All LCC locations and buildings are closed.

No face-to-face classes will be held until further notice. Students enrolled in classes that cannot transition to an online environment should contact their instructor for information about their course.

All other courses will be taught online using D2L and other technology. If you do not have access to a laptop, home internet connection, or other necessary technology, please contact your course instructor. All instructors have been asked to be as flexible as possible in accommodating student needs.

Additionally, all face-to-face services at the college are suspended until further notice, but will be offered virtually. Check the “Remote student services” dropdown below for more information.

Impacts on employees are as follows:
  • Those who are able to work remotely are asked to do so during their regularly scheduled hours.
  • Faculty who regularly teach online or have transitioned their face-to-face class to online should continue to teach their courses for the remainder of the semester.
  • Faculty who have suspended courses should consult to their supervisor to develop a plan to complete their courses after the physical campus reopens.
  • Employees whose job duties do not allow for remote work may be assigned alternative work by their supervisor to assist in division work or other projects, as needed.
  • Essential employees who must come to campus are asked to continue to report to their supervisor.
  • Our intention is to resume normal operations as soon as possible. Per our March 13, 2020, Statement of Practice (Precautions Related to COVID-19), no employee in any classification will suffer a loss of pay. The Statement of Practice is in effect for 30 days and will be reviewed and reconsidered periodically, as the situation continues to change.
  • In the event that face-to-face classes and labs that cannot be taught online are rescheduled, faculty who during the closure received compensation for these suspended classes and labs will be required to make up the rescheduled instructional time.
  • Please review the college's Statement of Practice about precautions related to COVID-19 for further direction.

Continue to regularly check your LCC email and this webpage for updates. As always, please continue to follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

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