Lansing Community College Library

Borrow from the Library

Who Can Borrow | How to Check Out Items | How Long Can I Keep an Item | Returning Items | Renewing Items | Fines and Fees

Who Can Borrow

  • LCC students, faculty, and staff
  • University Center students, faculty, and staff
  • Members of the LCC Alumni Foundation
  • Capital Area District Library cardholders 

How to Check out Items

  • Take the item you want to check out to the 2nd floor Help Zone
  • Show a photo ID such as a StarCard, driver's license, state ID, or passport to library staff.
  • You may have up to 25 items checked out at any one time.
  • Course Reserves can be found at the 2nd floor Help Zone and must be returned to the Help Zone. You may check out up to 3 reserve items at a time.

How long can I keep an item

Library items have the following loan periods:

  • Books: 28 days, two renewals
  • Laptops: one semester, 2 hours, no renewals
  • MeLCat (print): 28 days, one renewal
  • MeLCat (some AV items): 14 days, no renewals
  • Course Reserves: 2 hours, 48 hours, 1 week
  • Interlibrary loan Items: varies by institution

How to Return Items

You can return books in the dropbox on the first floor of the TLC Building near the Capitol and Shiawassee entrance. You can also bring the books to the 2nd floor Help Zone. If you are returning a laptop, please bring it to the 2nd Floor Help Zone.

How to Renew Items

You can renew an item online by logging into your Library Account or by calling the 2nd Floor Help Zone at (517) 483-1038.

Fines and Fees

In an effort to eliminate barriers to access the LCC Library went fine free in 2021.

  • Overdue fines will no longer be charged.
  • $600,000 + in past overdue fines have been cleared from patron records.
  • Lost and damaged items are still subject to replacement fees.
  • Items more than 28 days overdue are considered billed overdue, you are responsible for the cost of the item unless returned. If the item is returned all fees will be removed.

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Library and Learning Commons

The Library and Learning Commons are located on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floor of the Technology and Learning Center (TLC). Students can get tutoring, research, and technology help, use computers and a technology lab, as well as check out books, study rooms, and laptops.

Technology and Learning Center

Downtown Campus
Technology & Learning Center (TLC)
400 N. Capitol Ave.
Lansing, MI 48933

The entrance at Capitol Ave. and Shiawassee St. is open during building hours. A StarCard is required at other TLC entrances.

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