Sponsor scholarships for local youth to attend the LCC Youth Program. The program
offers a variety of exceptional classes in the fields of science, technology, engineering,
art and math (STEAM).
Students tell us that textbooks can be their most expensive cost outside of tuition.
Your generous gift will help students who are struggling to purchase their books and
will go a long way to help them succeed in the classroom.
Support the Library with kiosks to help students navigate the newly renovated space
and find the resources they need for class.
Math can be tough, and calculators are expensive. You can add to the number of graphing
calculators for LCC students.
LCC Cares, and we believe that the Mid-Michigan community does not want to see students
struggle with hunger, transportation issues, and a lack of stable housing.
Students need to develop English skills to be successful at LCC and on the job. Support
students in English for Speakers of Other Languages with much needed scholarships.
The faculty members of the Music Program are raising funds to create its first endowed
scholarship. The scholarship will support music students who show promise in the field
and who have financial need.
The LCC Alumni Committee is raising funds to purchase Caps & Gowns for each student
who participates in Commencement. Your gift will help Stars celebrate their achievements!
Make a gift that leaves a legacy of learning at LCC and supports students in their
educational dreams and goals.
Serving those who served, the LCC Foundation supports our service men and women through
the Veterans Program Fund.
The LCC Foundation has supported Lansing Community College for over 40 years by awarding
scholarships and supporting new, in-demand, and innovative programs.
Support the Stars on the field and off by supporting the Athletics program.
The Lansing Gap Scholarship was established to provide funding for Lansing Promise
students who are not eligible for federal financial aid. The Lansing Gap Scholarship
will help those students pursue their dreams at LCC.
Join LCC as the College recognizes and celebrates local African American leaders,
past and present, in the mid-Michigan community.
Established in 2006 to commemorate Megumi Shigematsu, a generous sponsor of LCC programs
in Japan, the Shigematsu Garden is being revitalized so the community may enjoy it
now and into the future.