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.
For information about starting a new RSO, please contact Student Life - 517-483-1285 Gannon Building Room 2202.
Registered Clubs & Organizations
The following RSOs have officially registered and are active for Fall 2019.
Adventist Christian Fellowship
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.
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.
Black Student Union
Cross Cultures Club
The purpose of Cru is to build movements of people who are transformed by Jesus Christ. The student-led movements seek to introduce students to Christ, help them to grow in faith, encourage them to passionately live life in a manner consistent with belief in the God of the Bible, and inspire commitment to advancing the purposes of God in the world.
Empowering Women of Excellence
The mission of this student organization is to positively represent the Lansing Community College and it's student body by using our learned skills to bring education and inspiration to the world through films created.
Gamma Iota Sigma Club
Global Student Club
Human Resources Management Association
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship 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
Native American Student Alliance
The purpose of this organization shall be to promote Native American cultures for the further advancement of their natural heritage’s to include but not exclusively, art shows, literature, pow-wows, fiestas, and potlucks; in support of the educational goals and objectives of LCC.
Phi Theta Kappa - Mu Tau Chapter
RPG and Tabletop Gaming Club
Rise Up Club
Faith based student organization offering Bible study and fellowship, discussing issues that are focused on student interests.
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.
Student Leaders Coalition
Student Nurses Association
Turning Point USA
VEX Robotics Club
World Cinema Club
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 six semesters over a period of two consecutive years
- Up to $2,120 in tuition and fees each fall and spring semester
- $567 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.
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