Lansing Community College

The Records and Information Management (RIM) program strives to create a unified, consistent, efficient and effective approach to the management of records and information resources in all formats throughout Lansing Community College, across all divisions, departments and campuses.

RIM develops, implements and monitors LCC records and information management functions including:

  • Retention
  • Disposal and disposition
  • Document and data storage
  • Records management policies, guidelines, best practices & recommendations
  • The preservation of materials of enduring historical value in the LCC Archives

The key to better records and information management is to make it part of an ongoing business process so that records are appropriately stored, transferred, and disposed of in the normal course of business, not simply when space runs out or when staff retires. This will reduce the costs and burdens caused by systems or space limitations and by staff turn-over.

LCC Archives

The LCC Archives is the official repository responsible for collecting, preserving, and providing access to materials related to LCC that have enduring historical value. The archives is not yet fully open to the public, but the LCC Archives website provides information about what is contained in the archives, as well as other resources about LCC history that are currently available. For questions about the LCC Archives, visit the website or email


TLC building front exterior

Contact Information

Linnea Knapp, Records Information Specialist
RIM email:

Campus location:
Technology and Learning Center (TLC)
Room 4101H