Beginning January 3rd, 2021, LCC is losing the following parking areas: North Grand Ramp, Lot 2, Lot 7, Lot 18, and parts of on street parking.
All full-time and part-time students have access to convenient parking on campus.
Parking permits are issued at the beginning of the semester, allowing students and employees to park in the college's allocated parking lots and street parking spaces at no additional charge.
How to park on the Downtown Campus this fall
As you might know, construction is underway on our new Gannon parking ramp. The ramp will hold 700 more vehicles than the old ramp did, and construction is on track and scheduled to be complete in fall 2022. In the meantime, we've made some important changes to our parking to accommodate the construction.
For this year, all students and most employees are being issued a universal LCC parking sticker that allows parking in most flat lots and on city streets in designated areas. You will receive this permit in the mail at your address on record in our Banner system.
Please review our PDF Fileupdated parking map to make sure you know where you are going on the first day of the fall semester!
Parking on campus is enforced by LCC Police and Public Safety. Officers monitor areas across campus to help ensure the availability of parking and the safety of those entering and exiting parking areas by upholding the parking regulations. Parking decals are enforced 7am - 10pm Monday through Thursday and 7am - 4pm Friday.
Remember LCC parking is for use only when on campus for school-related business. LCC parking lots cannot be used when attending to unrelated LCC business such as off-campus employment. Permits are non-transferable and issued to a specific person for use. Parking permits used by someone other than the person to whom it was issued may result in a written violation and/or have their parking permit revoked.
The Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA) is a cost-effective and convenient way to get to LCC locations.Learn More
City of Lansing Parking
The city of Lansing maintains parking ramps within walking distance of Lansing Community College.
Many of the streets bordering the LCC Downtown Campus have metered parking. Be sure to check the meter for price and maximum length of stay times before deciding to park. View the City of Lansing page for information on CashKeys for Metered Parking.
Learn more about parking near the college and in the entire downtown area.
Parking on campus is enforced by LCC Police and Public Safety. Officers monitor areas across campus to help ensure the availability of parking and the safety of those entering and exiting parking areas by upholding the parking regulations.