Please note that Lansing Community College (LCC) is currently being facilitated in a hybrid fashion (remote and face to face). If you (or someone at your company) is scheduled to meet with individuals and/or perform services at the College it will be important that you confirm your appointment prior to visiting any of our campus buildings.
The LCC Shipping and Receiving Department will continue to receive packages during the hours of 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM EST. If you are planning on shipping goods to the College, then please refer to the delivery and shipping instructions detailed on your LCC Purchase Order or contact Shipping and Receiving directly at 517-483-1746.
Questions and/or concerns related to this message should be directed to B-OPS-Purchasing@star.lcc.edu or 517-483-1785.
As always, we appreciate your continued interest in doing business with LCC.
As a central resource, the Purchasing Department at Lansing Community College serves the community by developing purchasing policies and procedures, providing tools to enable the best value purchase of goods and services, and assuring that College purchasing complies with applicable state, federal and industry standards.
Achievement of Success of Excellence in Procurement Award
The Achievement of Excellence in Procurement award is designed to recognize organizational excellence in procurement. The program measures innovation, professionalism, e-procurement, productivity and leadership attributes of the procurement function.
Recipients of the Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award for 20 consecutive years (2003 - 2022) .
Lansing Community College is the only college in Michigan and one of only 13 Higher Education Organizations in the United States and Canada to receive the award.
In order to increase the development and awareness of environmentally sound products, Lansing Community College Purchasing Department staff ensures that wherever possible and economical, specifications are amended to provide for expanded use of products and services that contain the maximum level of post-consumer recyclable waste and/or recyclable content, without significantly affecting the intended use of the product or service. It is recognized that cost analysis is required in order to ensure that the products are made available at competitive prices.