Lansing Community College has many Registered Student Organizations each semester to choose from; there is something for everyone! RSOs cover a wide range of topics and interest areas, including but not limited to: academic, business, environmental, international, political, racial/ethnic, religious, women's interests and sports. The Student Life Office officially recognizes these organizations through an annual registration process. Once registered, RSOs can plan and sponsor activities on campus, apply for funding, and participate in events.
Student Leadership Academy
The Student Leadership Academy is a unique leadership development and two-year community service scholarship program that aims to produce highly-skilled and experienced graduates in the areas of leadership and service.
- Covers a maximum of five semesters over a period of two consecutive years
- Up to $1,685 in tuition and fees each fall and spring semester
- $471 for an optional summer semester (at least three approved credits required)
The Lookout - Student Newspaper
Students interested in journalism experience as reporters, photographers, artists, cartoonists and/or advertising sales representatives have the opportunity to work for The Lookout, Lansing Community College's student newspaper.
The Lookout, first published during the 1959-60 school year, is an award-winning publication on both the state and national levels.
For past articles and more details, visit The Lookout online.
Get in the Game
Our athletic teams compete for national championships, win conference and regional tournaments, and play against top NJCAA programs.Learn More
Phi Theta Kappa
LCC’s Mu Tau Chapter earned the 2016 Distinguished Chapter Award from the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society.
LCC’s PTKs were also named one of the top 100 chapters in North America, recognized for their academic excellence and leadership.
Registered Clubs & Organizations
The following RSOs have officially registered and are active for the 2017-2018 Academic Year (Fall 2017-Summer 2018):
Aikido at LCC is about harmony and balance. Our club joins the rich tradition and teachings of Aikido with the aspirations, enthusiasms and burgeoning disciplines of LCC students.
American Marketing Association
The mission of LCC's American Marketing Association (AMA) is to provide professional development, social interactions and networking events that create connections and real-world business experience for our members. AMA accomplishes this with the support of the local business community by organizing events and learning about best practices and creative strategies for modern American marketing.
Anthropology Social Club
Anthropologists analyze the origin and evolution of the physical, social, and cultural development of humans. We learn about humanity by studying their customs, values, and social patterns. We study the nuances of the human condition over time, and gain insights into modern life.
Asian American Club
The purpose of the club is to educate and bring awareness to the Asian culture and to engage Greater Lansing's vibrant Asian and Asian American community. The club, which meets bi-monthly, is open to all students.
Black Student Union
The Black Student Union (BSU) at LCC serves a meaningful purpose on campus and throughout the community. While celebrating black history and culture, the BSU also works to build cultural bridges across the derision and doubt that troubles our country. Our focus is working to build unity amongst students, promote academic excellence and help create a positive impact in the community. BSU is open to all LCC students.
Campus Disciples is a religious community club interested in the teachings and traditions of Abrahamic religions.
Cheer Club is for enthusiastic athletes who want to create a high energy environment at various LCC events.
Civic Engagement Club
The Civic Engagement Club is a network of student volunteers mobilizing to improve our community. We collectively organize and effectively serve.
Our Networking and Cybersecurity club is for those who are interested in keeping the internet safe and functional. Members learn computer and internet security and discuss where and how cybersecurity might change in the future.
Dental Hygiene Club
The Dental Hygiene Club is for dental hygiene students who have a chattering passion for teeth, and the health of teeth.
We are kept alive by elemental things. The air and land that support humanity must not be allowed to disintegrate because of humanity's dearth of compassionate stewardship of our planet. Environmental club is for people who want to protect planet Earth.
Fashion Arts and Design Club
The Fashion Arts and Design Club explores and appreciates all areas of the fashion industry. This includes fashion design, fashion buying, visual merchandising and display, fashion advertising, fashion marketing, fashion production and supervision, fashion entrepreneurs and fashion styling.
Future Teachers Club
The Future Teachers Club is the perfect avenue for students who plan to pursue a career in education. Whether the dream is to become a teacher or paraprofessional, our club has a lot to offer.
Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GAME) Club
Interested in transferring after you're done at LCC? This club is for you! We are an interconnected community of likeminded students sharing strategies for advancing our educations toward their next steps!
Game Night Club
"Irregardless" is a valid Scrabble word, sir, and I'll further inform you that it has provided me a triple word score, too!" This, and other fun phrases available in the Game Night Club!
Discover the joy of multisyllabic compound words and sounds that are both sharp and guttural in the German Club! German has influenced English perhaps more than any other language, so join today!
Hip Hop Club
From Grandmaster Flash to Kanye, we examine the rich traditions of rhythm and social commentary infused into our consciousness through hip-hop music and the culture surrounding this important and nuanced expression of human ability.
Historical European Martial Arts Club
HEMA studies multiple martial arts through the ages, and appreciates them from a safe, fun, contemporary perspective. HEMA Club offers a chance to learn, exercise and experience staged historical combat.
The goal of the LCC History Club is to engage with history outside the classroom and to connect with Michigan's deep historical roots and history resources in Greater Lansing.
Information Technology Student Alliance
Get involved and connected with the LCC IT Student Alliance (ITSA). Network with other Information Technology students and employers.
Appreciating, practicing and learning about the Japanese language and culture is what Japanese Club is all about! Japanese Club is open to all LCC students, so join us today!
Livingston Center's Diversity Club
The purpose of Livingston Center's Diversity Club is to promote diversity, equality, and understanding for all students in terms of gender, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, nationality, religion, ability, and socio-economic status. Our goal is to provide a positive and safe environment to discuss topics of diversity and cultural awareness.
Lucha Latina Club
The purpose of Lucha Latina is to foster growth and empower Latinas within the Lansing Community College College community in their pursuits to achieve their higher educational goals. In addition to that, Lucha Latina provides a safe space where one can develop dialogues and share the best practices to support each other in a very tangible way to fulfill one's professional, leadership and personal goals. Our club is open to all LCC students.
Math and Computer Science Club
Our club teaches the possible uses of esoteric mathematics and computer technologies while facilitating a local professional and social community of like-minded STEM enthusiasts.
Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Theta is an international high school and community college mathematics honor society chartered at Lansing Community College in 2017. The principal purpose of the society is to stimulate a deeper and more effective interest in mathematics. There are currently over 1,000 chapters throughout the world.
Native American Student Alliance
Our club promotes Native American cultures for the further advancement of their heritage. Our activities include, but are not limited to, art shows, literature, pow-wows, fiestas, and potlucks. Our events are held in support of the educational goals and objectives of LCC.
Nextgen Rising Club
Our mission is to engage students in productive, community-building activist work, to realize the importance of their contribution to the political climate, and to build positive bonds between LCC students.
Phi Theta Kappa - Mu Tau Chapter
This society promotes scholarship, cultivates fellowship among the students of LCC, encourages and provides the structure for cultural service pursuits.
Do you enjoy taking pictures? Does the world speak to you in a low whisper that says "capture me, with your camera?" Do you strive always for the perfect angle, forsaking the lesser concerns of time, uncomfortable posture or the logistical movements of others until you get it right? Then photography club is for you! Join us today, and snap into LCC!
Physics and Engineering Club
Physics is the study of our world's physical limitations, and engineering is often the study of how to test these limitations to their limits. Do you enjoy STEM programs? Do you like building things, drawing and/or problem solving? If so, our club is for you! Join today!
The purpose of the Recovery Club is to inspire, motivate and unite students as recovering alcoholics, addicts and/or people who have experienced addiction in any way (i.e. family or a friend is an addict, etc.) The Recovery Club is devoted to operating a safe environment for students to speak about their experiences with addiction, and help understand the recovery process.
Sexuality and Gender Acceptance Club
Our club provides time and opportunity, in a secure environment, for open discussions between straight and LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning) persons. Diversity of sexual orientation and gender is a reality. We accept and affirm each person as they are. Our purpose is to build bridges of understanding across those barriers and to unite the LCC community.
SODA (Signers and Others for Deaf Awareness) Club
This club promotes awareness of sign language and deaf culture. Our members include those who are passionate about sign language, acceptance, inclusion or simply those who want to brush up their sign language skills!
Student Nursing Association
We facilitate a smooth transition between various levels of the nursing curriculum. We encourage personal growth and friendship of our members and serve as a liaison between students, faculty, and administration while supporting LCC nursing in general.
VEX Robotics Club
Our club connects like-minded people with other students aiming to go into different areas of the robotics and engineering industries.
Our club promotes the health, social interests and general welfare of student veterans at LCC. We want all of our student heroes to feel welcomed, safe, secure and valued while they study with us and live in the Lansing community.
LCC's Ombudsperson-Equity Advocate assists students with non-academic processes and effectively addressing educational issues and concerns.
This "agent for change" recommends modifications and improvements to unclear, inequitable or unfair rules, regulations, policies and procedures. The ombudsperson-equity advocate provides students with information about existing channels for conflict resolution, appeals and grievances, support services available at the college, and assists students in the use of these services and procedures.
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