Lansing Community College

WISE is a transformative mentorship program that empowers participants to unlock their true potential and thrive personally, academically and professionally. Our program provides a nurturing and inclusive environment where women can cultivate skills, gain self-confidence and develop a strong sense of self-worth.

At WISE, we believe in the unique purpose of every woman. Our mission is to help women discover and fulfill that purpose. Through our mentorship framework, we connect aspiring young women with experienced mentors who serve as guiding lights on their educational and personal journeys. Our mentors, successful women from diverse fields, are passionate about supporting and inspiring the next generation of leaders.

Join WISE and embark on a transformative journey of discovery, growth and empowerment.

Student Program Registration Form

WISE Scholars

LCC students who want to be considered WISE Scholars are expected to:

  1. Be an enrolled LCC student (at least six credit hours);
  2. Maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA for the participating semester;
  3. Participate actively in the CCLC mentorship program sessions; (attend at least two ACCESS, LUCERO, MAP, or WISE sessions)
  4. Participate in one CCLC Emergent Event; (including community services projects)
  5. Meet with assigned CCLC Program Coordinator at least once per semester;
  6. Meet with assigned Academic Success Coach at least once per semester;
  7. Meet with assigned Academic Advisor at least once per semester;
  8. Attend CCLC end of year Celebration

Are you interested in joining? Visit the Cesar Chavez Learning Center to schedule a meeting with a CCLC Coordinator before February 29, 2024, to complete your student registration form.
WISE Scholars will be notified by March 6th.

WISE Meetings

WISE meetings take place at the CCLC, located in the Arts & Sciences Building, Room 1313. 
Program meeting dates are listed in the calendar of events below.
 
Refreshments will be provided during each meeting. 

For additional information, call 517-483-9804 or email CCLC@star.lcc.edu.

*Graduating WISE scholars will be recognized at the end of semester celebration at the Cesar Chavez Learning Center. 

Students receiving an overall grade point average of 2.5 or higher will qualify to receive a special ACCESS graduation stole denoting personal achievement and involvement with ACCESS.

WISE Calendar of Events

Tue Apr 23
Thu Apr 25

WISE Program Meeting

03:00 PM - 04:30 PM

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Contact Us

Office of Diversity and Inclusion

Phone: 517-483-9804

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