Lansing Community College

Students planning on transferring to a four-year institution should be aware that universities and colleges differ widely in the courses they accept for transfer. In order to achieve maximum transferability of course work, students should consult with an academic advisor in the Center for Academic & Career Pathways in the StarZone in the Gannon Building.

Students are also encouraged to contact the Admissions Office at the transfer institution of interest. It is the student's responsibility when transferring from Lansing Community College to be aware of the transfer institution's policies and program requirements.

Find Your Path

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University Center

The University Center is a partnership between Lansing Community College and five four-year universities and is located on LCC's main campus.

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Transfer Agreements

Unique transfer agreements with these schools allow for easy transfer when you're ready to continue your education.

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Transfer Students

Lansing Community College makes it easy for students who have taken courses at other colleges or universities to transfer in.

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Incoming Transfer Equivalencies

Our established equivalencies for the most commonly transferred courses from a number of colleges and universities in Michigan and the surrounding area.

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Your Prior Learning Counts Here

You can get credit for what you've learned in the workplace or the community.

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Michigan Transfer Agreement

The Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) is designed to facilitate transfer from one institution to another.

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