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What can LCC do for you?

Whether you need new job skills, a new career, are entering college for the first time, or looking for a first career, Lansing Community College can help move you into a profession that fits your lifestyle and career aspirations. A variety of certificate and associate degree programs are available to you in areas from kinesiology, office administration and computer-aided drafting to foreign languages, automotive technology and architecture. Transfer programs are also available if you choose to begin your undergraduate work at LCC and complete bachelor degree studies at another college.

With LCC, you will be introduced to the latest information in your course of study taught by outstanding faculty who bring real-world relevance to your classroom experience. Our classes are small, personalized and offered days, evenings and weekends. Online course completion is also available for taking individual courses or earning entire degrees online through our eCampus learning environment. Other course delivery conveniences are LCC classes taught at off-campus learning centers in areas throughout the Greater Lansing Area as well as in the Livingston County Center in Howell and the Clinton County Center in St. Johns.

Academic and career counselors are available to help you develop a practical academic plan and career search strategies to get you where you want to be.

Excellent. Convenient. Affordable. Practical. That’s Lansing Community College.

What’s next? We’re ready to help you clarify your goals. If you’ve never been a student at LCC, your first step is to complete a college admission application.

If you’ve been an LCC student in the past, and need guidance on how to get back on track, begin by speaking with our online academic advisor or setting up an appointment with an advisor in the Counseling Services Department. Our advisors can work with you to assess where you’ve been and where you want to go.

If you’re considering changing careers or need to learn new job skills, start by making an appointment with a career counselor in the Center for Employment Services. Counselors there can help guide you through a decision-making process necessary to bring into focus a clear connection between who you are and what’s important to you in relation to academic preparation and career choice. Start today. You’ll be glad you did.

The college provides various information and resources for students and prospective students, some of which are featured below.

Resources at Lansing Community College

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2016 Student Handbook