About the Student Life Office
The Student Life Office enhances student success and leadership development by offering diverse educational, cultural and social student engagement events and opportunities.
The Student Life Office exists to enhance the overall educational experiences and success of students through the development of, exposure to, and engagement in social, academic, intellectual, cultural, recreational, campus and community service, leadership development and campus governance programs.
Opportunities for educational and cultural engagement
Student Housing Resources
With the off-campus housing service you can:
- Search for an apartment/room
- Find a roommate
- Locate other housing resources
- List apartments or rooms
Housing Listing Information:
LCC is not involved with any contract negotiations between landlords and tenants. LCC is not responsible for any disputes, breaches of contract, eviction notices or any civil actions that may arise between the landlord and the tenant.Off Campus Housing
Student Transportation Options
Student Voting Registration
As a service to Lansing Community College students, staff, faculty and the community, the Student Life Office is making voter registration information available by providing a list of locations where the application may be found.
Voter registration forms may be obtained at the following places:
- Printable Form
- Any county, city or township clerk's office
- Any Secretary of State branch office
To register to vote in Michigan you must be:
- a U.S. citizen
- at least 18 years of age by election day
- a resident of Michigan and the city or township where you are applying to register to vote
The following State agencies also offer voter registration services to their clients: Department of Human Services, the Department of Community Health and the Department of Career Development. Military recruitment centers also provide voter registration services.
You must register at least 30 days before the election. This gives the clerk time to process the forms and send you a Voter Identification Card. You must also re-register to vote whenever you move to a new city or township.
Student Ombudsperson - Equity Advocate
LCC's Ombudsperson-Equity Advocate assists students with non-academic Lansing Community College processes and identification of appropriate departments or programs to effectively address educational issues and concerns.
The ombudsperson-equity advocate is also an "agent for change," recommending modifications and improvements to rules, regulations, policies and procedures which are unclear, inequitable or unfair. 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.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.