Lansing Community College (LCC) is one of the most frequently searched colleges in America, according to a recent internet keyword search of United States colleges.
LCC is a public two year community college, located in the state of Michigan. The school was founded in 1957, and currently serves an enrollment of roughly 20,000 undergraduates each semester, in both credit and non credit courses. In fact, based on enrollment, LCC is the 3rd largest community college in Michigan.
Notable LCC alumni include author Pamela Ditchoff, along with basketball stars Nate Huffman and Sabah Khoury, among others.
LCC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Shown above: The West campus of LCC
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Above: The "Inspiration" sculpture on the LCC campus
Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Lansing Community College.
1. Where is Lansing Community College?
LCC occupies multiple campuses in and around Lansing.
Here are the official mailing and visiting addresses for the East and West campuses of LCC:
5708 Cornerstone Drive
2827 Eyde Parkway
East Lansing, Michigan
2. What types of degrees are offered at Lansing Community College?
LCC offers students a choice between 230 Associate degree and professional vocational certificate programs.
3. What courses and programs are offered at Lansing Community College?
As mentioned, students enrolled at LCC can choose from many degree and certificate programs. Here are some of the upcoming course offerings available at LCC:
...and many more.
Above: Gannon Building, exterior
Above: Gannon building, interior
4. Who should attend Lansing Community College?
LCC is an appropriate choice for Michigan residents of any age who want to save money on their college educations, especially those who live in or near the city of Lansing. Tuition is half the price of in-state tuition for students who live in any of the following school districts:
LCC also features numerous skilled trade certificate programs for people who want to join the workforce immediately after graduation.
5. Why attend Lansing Community College?
Here are some good reasons to enroll at LCC:
6. How much does it cost to enroll at Lansing Community College?
According to the LCC website, the cost of tuition and fees to enroll at the college is:
Other fees may also apply. These may include application fees, registration fees, student fees, course fees, online fees, and others.
Financial aid may be available in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and work study programs, to help students pay for their educations at LCC.
Shown above: A landscaped pond on the LCC campus
7. How long does it take to earn a degree from Lansing Community College?
For a full time student, it should take about two years to earn an Associate's degree from LCC.
Skilled trade certificates can take up to one year, although many certificates can be completed in less than one year.
However, about three out of four students at LCC attend the school part time. In these cases, how long it takes to earn a degree depends primarily on the student's schedule.
8. What is the Lansing Community College campus like?
The LCC campus occupies an urban setting on 42 acres in downtown Lansing, approximately two blocks from the state capitol building. The campus is home to a number of academic and administrative buildings.
Notable campus buildings include the Gannon Center, which features a cafeteria with franchise restaurants, a gaming center, and an array of big screen TVs.
There is no on-campus housing available at LCC, although countless apartments are situated nearby.
The athletic teams at LCC are called the Stars. They play for the Michigan Community College Athletic Association, and are members of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).
Among the intercollegiate sports for men and women at LCC are
The college also has an impressive collegiate Hockey team. They participate in the American Collegiate Hockey Association and the Michigan Collegiate Hockey Conference.
Other campus organizations include a theater program, musical groups, a gay-straight alliance, and an independent student newspaper called The Lookout, among other on-campus student interest groups.
Shown above: Women on campus at LCC
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Above: Another striking campus sculpture at LCC
9. What is the Lansing Community College neighborhood like?
Attractions in the city of Lansing include the Michigan State Capitol building, the Michigan History Center, the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum, the Potter Park Zoo, an historic neighborhood called Old Town, and of course Michigan State University.
A public bus transit service is readily available throughout the area. All conveniences are near enough so you probably don't need a car.
Above: Downtown Lansing
10. What are the distance learning options at Lansing Community College?
LCC has many online courses available, through a Learning Management System called Desire2Learn.
Here is a list of degree and certificate programs that can be completed online at LCC:
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11. What is the contact information for Lansing Community College?
You can reach the West campus office of LCC by calling 517-267-5452.
To contact the East campus office of LCC, call 517-483-1860.
To inquire about online courses at LCC, call 517-483-1839.
To use the toll free number for LCC, call 800-644-4522.
Above: Off campus housing near LCC
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