Lansing Community College


Online classes begin week of June 1.
Summer registration starts April 20.


Online classes begin week of June 1.
Summer registration starts April 20.


Online classes begin week of June 1.
Summer registration starts April 20.

Online Programs and Classes

LCC offers outstanding student support from admission to graduation to ensure your success no matter the circumstances.

  • Real-time online class options with video instruction
  • 24/7 online tutoring
  • Online learning support
  • Personal success coach
  • Remote access to advising and other student services

Apply to LCC!

Complete LCC’s free application to learn more and connect with the admissions team. The application takes 5 – 15 minutes to complete.

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Summer 2020 Online Transfer Classes

Summer semester begins the week of June 1.

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Important Dates & Deadlines

Jun Thu 04

Learning Online in D2L Free Training

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Jun Fri 05

Summer online transfer classes begin

All Day Event

Jun Thu 11
Full Calendar

Paying for School


Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at using LCC’s school code: 002278. Some grant and scholarship awards are based on financial need; the FAFSA can easily represent your financial situation when applying for aid.



LCC offers many grants and scholarships for the upcoming semesters. Visit for details.

*Must complete FAFSA for eligibility unless international student

Estimate Your Tuition


Let’s Get Started!

Before you register for classes, you have a few things to do. Choose your student type below to get started.

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First-time College Student

New, first-time applicants to LCC should apply online, visit campus and meet with the admissions team in the StarZone at the Downtown Campus. Expert staff will guide you through the admissions processes and help you plan your academic journey.

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Transfer and Guest

Applicants who have taken courses or earned degrees from other colleges or universities should apply online, submit transcripts to LCC and meet with an advisor to discuss credit equivalencies.

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Active and former military members and their dependents should contact LCC’s Gold Star Status Veterans Affairs Department. Expert staff members help you navigate through complex benefits processes and help you discover college credits earned for serving our country.

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Applicants who are admitted into the U.S. in a temporary, non-resident status (any type of visa) are considered international students. Refugees, immigrants or resident aliens (green card) are not considered international students.

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High School Student

High school and home schooled students who are interested in taking LCC courses are considered dual enrolled students. Let us help you get a head start on your college journey.


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