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The Lansing Community College AUC/HBCU History

In 1988 Lansing Community College (LCC) began the Atlanta University Center (AUC) Sister College Program. This program was designed to facilitate successful transfers from Lansing Community College to one of the Atlanta University Center member institutions. Since the program's inception, it has continued to thrive and grow. Today, Lansing Community College is excited about the expansion of this partnership, through our Historically Black College and University (HBCU) transfer agreements.

About the LCC/AUC/HBCU Transfer Program

ln line with the college mission, the LCC/AUC/HBCU Transfer Program has developed "learning and enrichment opportunities to improve each students quality of life and standard of living." The LCC/AUC/HBCU Partnership prepares students for a four-year institution through a monitored credit transfer program. Eligible students will participate in a comprehensive program that will facilitate transfer of credits from LCC to one of our AUC/HBCU partners. Each student will be monitored and will receive motivational and academic support throughout the program. The LCC/AUC/HBCU Transfer Program will provide students with an opportunity to experience college life while living at home, as well as time for personal and academic growth before attending a four-year institution.

About Our HBCU Partners

Each of our Historically Black College and University partners have diverse faculty and staff with a predominantly African American student population. Each college has an emphasis on academic, cultural, and spiritual development.

Atlanta University Center at Lansing Community College

Atlanta University Center
Phone: (517) 483-1884
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