Located in Delta Township, West Campus is home to the Technical Careers and Community Education and Workforce Development divisions of Lansing Community College, as well as the Michigan Technical Education Center (M-TEC) and Technical Training Center.

The 290,536-square-foot facility features the Center for Manufacturing Excellence, Mid-Michigan Police Academy, Regional Fire Training Center and much more.

west campus building image collage featuring west campus exterior, a hallway of banners, and a rainbow sculpture outside the building made of metal circles
1 / 9
West Campus

The West Campus offers plenty of free parking, conference rooms, a fitness center and dining at the West Campus Café.

image collage of the center for manufacturing, featuring the building's exterior, a robotic arm holding a lightsaber outside the building, a student learning from their professor how to program a robotic arm, a welder using a progammable robot to complete their welding, and a student looking at a programmable robot with a laser on the end of its arm
2 / 9
Center for Manufacturing Excellence

LCC's Center for Manufacturing Excellence trains students for high-demand, high-wage careers in robotics and automation, precision machining, computer automated design (CAD), and welding.

lcc police academy image collage featuring a student practicing how to place someone in handcuffs, a student driving a police car, a class of graduating police cadets, and the american flag waving on the downtown LCC campus
3 / 9
Police Academy

The Mid-Michigan Police Academy trains up-and-coming law enforcement officers and professionals. Students experience simulations, drills and physical training to become the best in their fields.

lcc fire fighting image collage, featuring the interior of a fire truck, lcc fire students practicing putting out a fire in a contained area, fire equipment resting on a hook, and the back of a fire truck
4 / 9
Fire Training

The Regional Fire Training Center prepares students in the Fire Science Academy to achieve their certificates from the Michigan Fire Fighting Training Counsel through live simulations, basic fire training and physical fitness.

lcc electrical utility lineworker program image collage, featuring students dressed in utility lineworker gear, and students practicing climbing utility poles
5 / 9
Electrical Utility Lineworker program

The Electrical Utility Lineworker program challenges students through 13 months of intensive coursework and ten weeks of climbing school. Successful completion of this program leads to three nationally recognized safety certificates. Consumer’s Engery partners with the program to train the new generations of utility and energy systems workforce.

information technology program image collage, featuring students learning coding methods in a classroom environment, a ram circuit being placed into a motherboard, and a professor giving a lecture on coding in front of a class
6 / 9
Computer Information Technologies

Students train for high-wage positions in the CIT fields. Those with prior, related military experience can fast-track to their civilian career through the Military IT to IT program, where college credits are awarded based on military experience.

image collage of the business community institute, featuring a man in a suit entering a room with a glass door, a man and woman shaking hands over a board room table, and an LCC faculty member addressing an audience in front of a podium
7 / 9
Business and Community Institute

The LCC Business and Community Institute provides companies and organizations with customized training options for a variety of industries and fields.

youth police and fire academy image collage, featuring a little girl learning how to dust for fingerprints, a little girl using a firehose against a contained fire, and a young man learning how to handcuff someone
8 / 9
Youth Police & Fire Academies

LCC’s Youth Program offers summer camps for students grades 2 - 12. The Youth Police and Fire Academy camps are offered at LCC’s West Campus, where students learn skills in the state-of-the-art training facilities from LCC instructors.

general motors auditorium image collage, featuring various shots of audience members inquisitively listening to the speaker on stage
9 / 9
General Motors Auditorium

LCC Conference Services offers several spaces at the Downtown and West campuses. The 1,971 square-foot General Motors Auditorium seats more than 100 people and is available throughout the year. Reserve this space at lcc.edu/eventsatlcc.

Plan Your Next Move