At Lansing Community College, the comprehensive success of students is our number one priority. To help facilitate this work, Center for Student Support (CSS) staff are readily available to help students find solutions to personal or academic obstacles. Whether you need assistance ensuring access to proper learning accommodations, veterans’ benefits, childcare funding or more, CSS has your back along the way. Checkout the full scope of program areas within the CSS, listed below.
This specialized support network helps connect returning adult students and students with children with the additional resources they may need to be successful: child care options and scholarships, refresher courses, women’s support and more.
The Center for Student Access provides classroom and testing accommodations for students with disabilities and helps educate the LCC community on disability-related issues. The center also collaborates with students, faculty and staff to ensure all students have equal access to educational opportunities at the College.
Licensed professional counselors help students through outside factors that may impede their academic success: personal matters, depression and anxiety, family issues and more.
This federally-funded support program assists those who have experienced foster care by providing life skills mentoring, counseling and more.
International students and those whose first language is not english can find assistance navigating through admissions and registration processes, and any additional help throughout their LCC experience.
The Office of Student Compliance oversees the Student Code of Conduct and General Rules and Guidelines, Student Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Complaints, and the Behavior Intervention Team. Staff respond to and resolve situations in which the behavioral choices of students negatively impact other students, including themselves.
The Student Life Office exists to enhance the overall educational experiences and success of students through the development of, exposure to, and engagement in social, academic, intellectual, cultural, recreational, campus and community service, leadership development and campus governance programs.
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. Some services include: navigating VA benefits, counseling, academic advising, the Veterans Resource Center, and more.
Center for Student Support
411 N. Grand Ave
Lansing, MI 48933
Adult Resource Center
Center for Student Access
Global Student Services
Veteran and Military Affairs