Located in East Lansing, LCC East offers convenience for those who live in Haslett, Okemos, East Lansing and Williamston areas with 12 classrooms, excellent instructors, free parking and a variety of academic and student support services. The location provides extensive support to guest students from other educational institutions looking to supplement their course schedule.
LCC East offers a quality education featuring:
- Convenient Location by Michigan State University
- Ample Parking
- Low Tuition Rates
- Small Class Sizes
- Personal Attention
- Friendly Environment
Help with applying for admission is available at LCC East during business hours.
- Domestic Guest Enrollment Checklist
- International Guest Enrollment Checklist
- International Student Transfer Guide
- Guide to Applying to LCC
- Activating Your MyLCC Account
- Registering for LCC Classes
- Paying for LCC Classes
LCC East Computer Lab is open in room 211 during business hours and closes 10 minutes before building closing time.
Make-up testing for LCC East courses is available at the instructor's discretion. Course exam testing for LCC East hybrid courses and select online courses is available during the dates specified by your instructor. Testing is on a walk-in basis Monday and Wednesday 8:00 am – 6:30 pm; Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm; Friday (starting 9/9/22) 8:00 am - 2:00 pm. A picture ID is required to test.
Placement testing in reading, writing (and math for certain courses) is necessary to meet course prerequisites. Testing is on a walk-in basis Monday and Wednesday 8:00 am – 6:30 pm; Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 am - 7:00 pm; Friday (starting 9/9/22) 8:00 am – 2:00 pm. To test, you must be admitted to the college and present a picture ID.
You may be able to waive placement testing if you have a qualifying score on the ACT, SAT or AP tests, a 2.0 or higher in a qualifying class, a high school GPA of 2.5 or higher within 10 years, or an Associates Degree or higher. Bring in an unofficial copy of your college transcript, high school transcript, or ACT/SAT/AP results sheet to be evaluated for potential granting of reading, writing, or math placement levels.
Student Services Directory
Tutoring is available on a walk-in basis. Call 517-483-1860 for subjects and times.
College Catalog and Course Offerings
The College Catalog contains information about transferring to LCC, academic advising, placement testing, admissions requirements, and student policies, procedures and regulations. The Course Offerings link in the College Catalog lets you look up available classes for current and future semesters.
LCC Course Syllabus
Textbooks & Bookstores