Accruing college credits in high school enhances students’ academic ability and knowledge base and reduces the overall cost of college. Dual enrollment allows students to take college courses at LCC, away from their home high schools, and the credits they earn are counted at LCC and are highly transferable to other colleges and universities.

LCC had 34 Academic All-Americans in 2017
$267,405 awarded in athletic scholarships
LCC is a 5-Star Program as rated by Michigan's Great Start to Quality initiative
LCC offers 214 degrees and certificates
LCC is a partner of Delta Air Lines in Aviation Maintenance
The student engagement team gets students college-ready
387 international students from 50 countries attended LCC in 2016
G.I. Jobs magazine named LCC a “Military-friendly” school
LCC is Michigan's "Most-Liked" community college
LCC ranked number 1 community college in Michigan
Ninety percent of LCC Nursing grads employed within three months
LCC has 230 online courses
16 degrees can be earned online
More than 600 pieces of public art on campus
LCC students saved +$1.1 million on textbooks since 2015
LCC awards $1.83 million in annual scholarships
51% of all sign language interpreters train here
More than 30 clubs or student organizations
Guided Pathways keep students on track to complete their goals
LCC provides one-on-one proactive, individualized mentoring, coaching and support
Study abroad programs offer experiences on every continent
Online, on-demand tutoring available 24/7 in popular areas of study
The University Center at LCC offers four-year degrees with five partner universities
Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency lists LCC as a Gold Status Veteran-Friendly School
LCC’s Workforce Development Division has a 97.5 percent Workforce Development Customer Satisfaction Rate

The Early College

This program is meant to prepare and excel motivated students for their academic futures.

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Important Dates & Deadlines

Feb Tue 26
Mar Mon 04
Mar Tue 05
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Coalition for College and Career Readiness (C3R)

The goal of the Coalition for College and Career Readiness is to ascertain the gap between high school and first-year college and career readiness skills, increase academic success for students PK -post-secondary; improve college readiness and reduce the number of high school students in the tri-county area requiring developmental coursework. It also seeks to increase the college-going rate.

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Diploma Completion

The High School Diploma Completion Initiative (HSDCI) classes are LCC courses where students earn college credit.

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Local Partnerships

To this end Lansing Community College partners with Clinton County Regional Education Service Agency, Eaton Intermediate School District, Ingham Intermediate School District and the Lansing School District to prepare high school juniors and seniors prepare for the world of postsecondary education and the world of work. Students earn high school Career and Technical Education credits, and at the same time, have the opportunity to earn college credits at LCC.

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High School Advantage

Today's students and their parents want options, including the ability to earn transferable college credit before high school graduation. Lansing Community College developed the High School Advantage program to help high schools respond to this need.

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High School Articulation

Articulation agreements are formal written documents agreed upon by two or more institutions. They provide a value added component for high school students who want to get a jump start on their college education.

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High School Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment provides an opportunity for qualified high school students to earn college credit while working towards their high school diploma.

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H.O.P.E. Scholarship

The H.O.P.E. Scholarship Program offers Lansing School District youth an opportunity for a college education and a brighter future.


Mackinaw Building

K-12 Contact

Phone: (517) 483-9703

Mackinaw Building
Room 214
430 North Capitol Avenue
Lansing, MI 48901

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