The new Center for Manufacturing Excellence offers training in advanced manufacturing with stackable credentials to get you into high-demand, high-paying jobs, in a year or less. Two-year programs are also available.
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Explore Our Programs

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Computer Automated Design

Computer automated design programs and courses will teach you the most current technologies from instructors with real-world experience. Continually upgraded equipment and small classes offering personalized instruction combine offer an excellent education at an affordable price.

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Precision Machining

Industry median salaries for precision machining are over $20 per hour and job growth is consistent. LCC offers a comprehensive two-year certification in the most modern of learning environments, creating immediately hirable job candidates upon program completion.

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Robotics & Automation

Our robotics and automation facility is state-of-the-art, and students who complete our two-year program will enter an industry on the forefront of immerging technologies with a median salary of over $26 per hour.

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Welding at LCC prepares students to enter a growing industry with starting salaries for nearly $19 per hour. Refurbished, modern facilities at LCC’s West Campus provide a highly functional setting for training in this exciting, lucrative industry.


Michigan Coalition for Advanced Manufacturing

Through the Michigan Coalition for Advanced Manufacturing (MCAM) grant, Lansing Community College is part of a group of eight Michigan community colleges, working together, to build capacity to meet the current and future workforce needs of manufacturing employers. Our goal is to expand the workforce pipeline with employer-driven student recruitment into manufacturing.

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This grant is funded through the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grant - US Department of Labor and runs through September of 2016.


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Contact the Center for Manufacturing Excellence

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Phone: 517-483-1104

West Campus
5708 West Cornerstone Drive
Lansing, MI 48917

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