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Please Note for the

2014-2015 Academic Year

Please be advised that Reading, Writing and/or Math Accuplacer levels will be required to receive articulated college credit if the college courses articulated require them. This will go into effect for the 2014/2015 academic year. This means students must take the Accuplacer and achieve the required levels within two years after high school graduation (ACT Scores can be used to waive the required levels). Please go to for more details concerning the assessment process.
For information on Accuplacer testing and scoring please go to

High School Articulation

Articulation is a term used to describe the process that facilitates the transition of a student from one educational institution to another or from one level of education to the next with minimal duplication of coursework. When referring to articulation from high school (secondary) to college (post-secondary), we refer to this as Free College Credit.

Lansing Community College (LCC) engages in partnerships and articulation opportunities to enhance students' success and increase student access to advanced educational opportunities.

General Information

Definition of articulation agreement and description of the benefits for students.

Guidelines For New Articulation Requests

List of general requirements and guidelines for articulation.

Forms and Resources

Forms used by high school coordinators and instructors to obtain articulation with LCC and a list of high school and career centers with which LCC has articulation agreements along with the program alignment documents for articulated programs.

K-12 Relations at Lansing Community College

Department of K-12 Relations
Mackinaw Building, Room 214
Phone: (517) 483-1723
Fax: (517) 483-9703
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