The Center for Student Access (CSA) recognizes disability as an integral component of diversity. We consult with students, faculty, and staff to support the ongoing development of an accessible college.
We also recognize that we are part of a larger system of support that includes parents, families, community advocates and organizations, and the many high schools that feed into LCC. To that end, we regularly speak with families, work with various community partners, and visit with high school classes to discuss the transition to college.
Lansing Community College welcomes all students with disabilities, and encourages students who may be hesitant about attending college to meet with a Center for Student Access Consultant to find out how to use CSA as a resource for success.
The Center for Student Access recognizes that we are part of a larger system of support that includes parents, community advocates and organizations, and area high schools.
Lansing Community College maintains a strong commitment to accessibility across campus including all electronic information technology, physical spaces, course materials, and instructional methods.
The Center for Student Access works with LCC staff in order to create a thriving campus community which supports diversity.
Services and Resources
Reader Services at Lansing Community College manages academic accommodations that involve a reader, scribe, assistive technology, or accessible materials.
Interpreters at Lansing Community College provide interpreting services for Deaf/Hard of hearing students.
There are a wide variety of local, national, and international resources available to people with disabilities.
The laws and policies governing Lansing Community College’s efforts to ensure access.
The Center for Student Access