Lansing Community College believes in serving our community as well as our students. Below are resources open to the public: from health clinics to youth summer camps, there is something for everyone at LCC.
On-Campus Health Services
The dual-purposed health clinics serve the community by providing access to health services, and hands-on experience for LCC students under direction and supervision of expert LCC faculty and staff.
LCC owns two classic REO trucks that appear in local parades, festivals and events.
LCC’s Women’s Network, and other MI-ACE chapters throughout the state, are committed to identifying, developing the leadership of, advancing, and supporting the retention of women in higher education.Women's Network
Job Fairs and College Fairs
Lansing Community College welcomes the public to campus for many events: the annual Job and Internship Fair that attracts more than 120 employers each year to LCC’s West Campus; College Night invites high school students and their families to meet with more than 100 colleges and universities to the Gannon Commons; and the Transfer Fair where the community can learn about transferring-in to LCC or learn about opportunities outside of LCC.
LCC Professional Development offers opportunities for community members to gain certifications and training to remain competitive in the workforce.Learn More
Office of Veteran and Military Affairs
The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs proudly serves those who have served our country, and their families. From admissions to graduation, this office supports our service members. The community can also nominate local service members for the Veterans Memorial Wall, located in the Health and Human Services Building. An induction ceremony is held each Veterans Day.
View the theatre, dance and musical productions scheduled for this season at LCC’s Dart Auditorium and Black Box Theatre.
LCC TV and Radio
LCC stations sponsor more than 30 events within the community each year: Cardboard Classic, Annual Silver Bells in the City Radio Play, Grand Ledge Music in the Park, Old Town’s Jazz and Blues festivals, and more.
In addition, LCC Radio showcases Michigan talent through various radio programs on-air daily. The TV and radio stations collaborate to produce the Michigan artist spotlight and the Grand River Studio Sessions, where local artists share their music and stories in these televised programs.
Silver Bells Watch Party
Community members can watch the Silver Bells in the City Parade from the comfort of the Gannon Commons.Event Details
The Lansing Community College Foundation provides support to inspire and enable the pursuit of education for the betterment of the LCC and Greater Lansing community. The LCC Foundation annually awards more than $450,000 scholarships and aid to LCC students, and helps to fund college programs and improvements that strengthen the Greater Lansing community.
The University Center
LCC students, and the community can achieve their bachelor’s and/or master’s degrees right in the heart of Lansing from some of Michigan’s top universities.Learn More
LCC Alumni Association
The LCC Alumni Association provides services, opportunities and resources to more than 500,000 Stars across the globe. Operated by the LCC Foundation, the LCC Alumni Association connects the good works of past and present LCC students with the Lansing community at large.