Fall on the Mall 2015
The LCC University Center invites you to Fall on the Mall, Wednesday October 7th from 9:30am to 1:00pm and again from 4:00pm to 6:30pm. We will be located outdoors between the Arts and Sciences building and the Gannon building. Don't miss this opportunity to learn how you can earn your Bachelor's or Master's degree right here in downtown Lansing. Refreshments including coffee, hot chocolate, donuts, and cookies will be provided! Campus Map ... More
Two Types of transfer programs
Students planning on transferring to a four-year institution should be aware that universities and colleges differ widely in the courses they accept for transfer. In order to achieve maximum transferability of course work, students should consult an academic advisor with Academic Advising, Suite 200, Gannon Building.
Transfer guides are available for many, but not all, possible transfer programs. Students are encouraged to contact the Admissions Office at the transfer institution of interest if there is not a transfer guide available for a preferred major or institution. It is the student's responsibility when transferring from LCC to be aware of the transfer institution's policies and program requirements. Transfer guides and additional transfer information may be obtained online, or by contacting:
LCC Academic Advising Center
Gannon Building, Suite 212
Telephone: (517) 483-1904
Fax: (517) 483-1970
- View the LCC General Education Core Area to see a list of LCC Core courses.
- View the LCC General Education Core Area/MACRAO Crosswalk to see a list of the 2015-16 LCC Core courses that meet the 2013-2019 MACRAO category requirements.
- View the LCC General Education Core Area/MTA Crosswalk to see a list of LCC Core courses that meet the 2015-16 MTA category requirements.
Need a copy of your LCC Transcript?
Go to http://www.lcc.edu/enrollment/transcripts.aspx.
Because programs vary from one college to another, it is vital that transfer programs be planned in advance. Students are encouraged to consult with an LCC advisor regarding your transfer plans. Contact Academic Advising at (517) 483-1904 or stop by room 200 of the Gannon Building.
Academic Advising Center
Gannon Bldg, Room 212
Phone: (517) 483-1904
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