The mission of the Student Finance Office is to provide you with accurate and timely information in a professional and courteous manner. The information on this website will help you understand the functions of the Student Finance Office and will assist students in meeting their financial responsibilities at Lansing Community College.
Lansing Community College is committed to your success in all areas - personally and academically.
Students shall remain current on their financial obligations to the College. Students must review, update, and accept the Financial Responsibility Agreement each semester of enrollment by logging into myLCC and selecting Banner, then Student, and "Financial Responsibility Agreement." Doing so will automatically release the financial responsibility agreement hold allowing for registration in courses. Review the Financial Responsibility Agreement.
Payments and Payment Plans
The Student Finance office accepts many payment methods for tuition and fees. LCC offers payment plans through TouchNet to help you budget the cost of your tuition into your monthly expenses. Enroll early for best payment plan selections. Students must understand their payment options and the risk of being dropped from courses if tuition and fees are not paid by the due date.
Visit Payments to review more information, Payment Due Dates and available payment plans.
Delinquent Student Accounts
Students shall remain current on their financial obligations to the College. Students owing money to the College will have the grade reports and/or official transcripts delayed, and the student will not be permitted to register for a succeeding semester until such accounts are paid in full or addressed through a payment plan agreed upon by the college. Visit Repayment Options for more details
Third Party Sponsorship
The scholarship remittance should provide student information and any specific requirements regarding the distribution of the award such as student's full name, Student ID, award year or term, and how funds are to be applied (tuition, fees, books, educational expenses, etc.). Also, indicate if any remaining scholarships funds can be paid directly to the student or be returned to the organization at the end of the semester or award year.
Scholarship checks should be made payable to Lansing Community College and mailed to:
Lansing Community College
Student Finance – Scholarships
309 N. Washington Square, Suite 200
Lansing, MI 48933
Upon receipt of the scholarship funds, it generally takes two weeks before the student is awarded the funds. Be sure to send funds early in order to ensure payment due dates are met.
Organizations interested in setting up ACH electronic funds transfer for these scholarship funds should contact LCC Accounting Services Department at FS-Accounting@lcc.edu or by calling 517-483-1732 for more information.
Please note that this is not the process for the remittance of Lansing Community College Foundation scholarships. Those are to be sent directly to the Lansing Community College Foundation.
Employee Tuition Waiver
High School Dual Enrollment
Dual enrollment allows students to take college courses at LCC, away from their home high schools, and the credits they earn are counted at LCC and are highly transferable to other colleges and universities. While LCC has many opportunities for college credit in High School, the Student Finance Office only handles all direct billings for Traditional Dual enrollment. Explore College Credit in High School to discover all LCC's Dual Enrollment options.
Educational Tax Credit Information - 1098T
In accordance with the Tax Relief Act of 1997 and IRS regulations, LCC provides eligible students with Form 1098T. This statement shows qualified tuition and fees that were billed between January 1 and December 31 of a given tax year as well as financial aid paid between those dates. Visit Educational Tax Credit Information - 1098T for detailed information.