Lansing Community College
About Lansing Community College
Lansing Community College (LCC) was established in 1957 to fulfill growing demand for specialized and technical education opportunities for the Greater Lansing’s industrial workforce.
LCC is one of the most comprehensive colleges focused upon offering learning opportunities in four areas: career and workforce development, general education, developmental education, and personal enrichment. LCC is recognized as a local, state, national, and international leader in forging educational partnerships with business, industry, and government to better meet the needs of an ever changing, world wide market place. LCC is strategically positioned to provide not only what students determined that they will need, but also what our society will need in the future.
Lansing Community College has been committed to the best in education for over forty years. As one of the largest, most comprehensive community colleges in the country, we are continuing that commitment into the new millennium. Year round classes are offered on our 28-acre, capital city campus. There are more than 150 degree and certificate programs and over 2,500 classes. The first two years of a liberal arts education can be earned at LCC and transferred to a four-year college or university. We offer a comprehensive mix of education and training and we provide state-of-the-art computer labs and classrooms as well as a continuously updated media services center and library.
We have Learning Centers in more than 20 communities within a 30-mile service district which makes Lansing Community College accessible to more people in more areas. For the ultimate in accessibility, we offer a series of Internet courses through our Virtual College.
Lansing Community College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and serves nearly 40,000 people annually. We are committed, as ever, to lifelong education for all.
5 jobs with Lansing Community College
This person serves as the Public Relations Director for the College.
Reporting to the Executive Director (ED), the Development Coordinator has responsibility for annual giving, major, and planned gifts.
Teach courses in Health Occupations I & Health Occupations II to high school students at LCC for the Eaton Regional Education Services Agency (ERESA).
The Course Management System (CMS) Analyst position provides management and leadership for the college’s educational computer applications.
Lansing Community College is seeking applicants for full-time faculty to teach introductory and advanced level computer programming courses.