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.

A student leads another in studying
  • 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)

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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.

The Lookout

A student filing through her papers

Get in the Game

Our athletic teams compete for national championships, win conference and regional tournaments, and play against top NJCAA programs.

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Phi Theta Kappa

LCC’s Mu Tau Chapter earned the 2016 Distinguished Chapter Award from the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society.

Students show their awards as phi theta kappa members

LCC’s PTKs were also named one of the top 100 chapters in North America, recognized for their academic excellence and leadership.


Student Advocacy

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.

Contact the StarZone

Visit the StarZone to get help with admissions, financial aid, academic advising, payment plans, placement testing, orientation and all other student services.

Student chats with helper at the StarZone in the Gannon building

The StarZone

Phone: 517-483-1957
Toll Free: 800-644-4522

Downtown Campus
Gannon Building
411 N. Grand Ave
Lansing, MI 48933

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