Lansing Community College

This program will work towards developing the English skills that students need in order to successfully achieve competency in ESOL for Low Intermediate (Level 3). This program will build upon the Beginning ESOL Literacy classes already offered in the community and serve as a bridge into LCC.

This program will also serve as a connection to short-term, accelerated, or certificate based Career Technical Education learning opportunities offered at LCC for both non-credit and credit programs.

ESOL Non-Credit

  • Improve your English and later enroll in Credit ESOL.
  • Improve your English to get a job or a better job.
  • Communicate better in English in everyday life.

If you are interested in upcoming ESOL courses, please complete the survey below. 

ESOL INTEREST SURVEY

International Students in a Classroom

ESOL Credit

  • Improve your English skills to earn a certificate, degree, or transfer to a four-year college.
  • For high-beginning to advanced students in an academic setting.
  • Communicate more successfully in English in your everyday life.
International Students in a Classroom

International Students

Students with an F-1 or M-1 visa who are currently attending another U.S. college and intend to take a small number of classes at LCC are considered as guest students.

Get Started

International Students in a Classroom
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    Apply to LCC

    Fill out our admissions application to become an official LCC student!

    Apply Now

    How to Apply to LCC

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    Activate Your Account

    Now that you're in, activate your LCC account to get access to your email and important information from the College.

    To activate your account, you will need the LCC Student ID number you received after you applied.

    Activate Your Account

    Account Activation

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    Assessment

    If you haven't already, it's time to upload your high school transcript, SAT or ACT scores, or AP Test scores so that we can help determine your starting place at LCC. If you are not able to get placement levels with these documents, don't worry. You can take our placement tests.

    You can check if you currently have levels in reading, writing, and math in the profile tab of your myLCC account.

    Upload documents, check testing hours and location, and view sample questions through the testing center website.

    Get Placement Levels

    Assessment Directions

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    What's Your Path?

    Take the interests assessment to find program and career pathways that may be right for you. This must be completed before you go to Orientation.

    Take Interests Assessment

    Your Pathway

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    Orientation

    LCC's out-of-this-world orientation will give you information about academic advising, student life, LCC pro tips, and you can even register for classes before you leave!

    Orientation Sessions

    Online Orientation Directions

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    Register for Classes

    You did it. You're ready to register for classes! If you need help, reach out to your Success Coach or visit the StarZone in the Gannon Building. You can also register on your own in Banner, just log in to myLCC.

    Register Now

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Contact ESOL

For more information, please contact Capital Area Michigan Works at 517-492-5580.

Yvonne Creamer
Global Student Services Specialist
Phone: 517-483-1196
Email: creamef@star.lcc.edu