Location
Lansing, MI
Undergrads
7,179
Tuition (in-state)
$7,490 ($5,060)
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Reviews 550 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Senior

Overall Experience: Yes, If i had to do it all over I would choose this school again. I would make sure I went to talk with an adviser regularly. But Overall this school has helps me a lot. The experience is cool for it being just a community college. This is the only school I've ever attended as far as college so I don't really know its uniqueness from any other schools.

5 College Senior

Online Courses: I enjoyed taking an online class because it was easy and convenient. The work load was not as much as in a traditional classroom, just more reading was involved. Most of the classes I have taken online have been in my career field. They make you read certain chapters in the book and give your personal opinion on what you read and how you felt about it even if you would have done something differently. Online classes here are fun, just make sure your internet works.

5 College Senior

Student Body: I think that my school has the best diversity on campus. One reason being is that were in the capitol. We have all type of student all of which get along perfectly find. We have the LBGT who gets treated just as any other on campus. The level to acceptance in this school is over and beyond. Everyone accept everyone for who they are.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I've have had some hard times when I first got here. But after getting to know some staff members and sticking around on campus for the extra help things have gotten easy for me. I receive work study, so the jobs on campus is very convenient because I'm already here for class. They are very flexible with working around my school schedule that I pick out each semester. I truly enjoy it.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: I haven't really gotten much into my field of study, I have taken a few classes. But one great thing about LCC is that they offer something called the 3 plus 1 program. You complete 3 years at LCC and one at one of the University that's here on campus and receive your bachelors from there. Workload has not really hit me in my career field yet but the other classes needed for my degree has, its helps allot with understanding what to look forward to in the real world.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Academics offered here is also great, There are allot of things offered here that many students do take advantage of. Professors and curriculum is great they extend a helping hand as much as possible. Registration for class is simple and easy. Depending on how many credit hours a student takes then the work load becomes extreme. But for the most part its just like any other colleges. You have your essays, research papers, projects, some classes I've taken make you use your brain more. What I mean by that is just having you think and analyse.

5 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I can honestly say LCC, is one of the top community colleges who tuition is not higher than any other community college in Michigan. Even though they raised tuition this year due to renovation of the buildings. Their tuition is still the lowest.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: I enjoy going to school here. The class sizes are not huge, you get more one on one time if needed, They really try to help you succeed in life. The offer several different variety of classes/courses, that are all useful and some of them do transfer. What i don't like is that some students have to take a whole year of remedial classes which puts them behind a year in their degree.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: As I stated in previous questions, the student career positions on campus is great. They have many different positions you could apply for on campus in all different departments. It really gives you a hands on experience.

4 College Senior

Career Services: The career center here is very helpful. They have a website where you could go and summit applications for on campus and off campus jobs. You could also visit them in person if you need further help with using their website. I'm not really familiar with their alumni network. They do host events once a years for the alumni here at our college. Everyone gets to be involved. The offer alumni against current students in basketball games. Alumni generally win every year since I've been here.

4 College Junior

Student Body: Lcc is a diverse college and is very accepting of people who are different.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are many computers available on the main campus in Lansing and printers as well.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The student center and library is very open and has a lot of space to feel comfortable and a quiet setting for studying. There are not many campus activities that occur or at least that I haven't been aware of.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I realize that the city of Saint Johns does not pay taxes to fund the school. However, it has ultimately influenced my decision to transfer to a University much sooner than I would have hoped.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: I will not be attending this community college, because I need to receive a bachelors degree in order to have a higher chance at obtaining a job within the medical field.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I have had some amazing teachers that have pushed me to succeed. I feel I am more prepared to transfer to a University and will ultimately be in less debt.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: If I had had a chance to go somewhere else I wouldn't have. I feel I have received education that is up to my expectation without the expense of a university.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: It is easier to have an online class on some regards, such as, If something urgent happened I would not be in fear to loose points because of my attendance.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: It is frustrating that certain campuses require us to pay to park whereas others do not.

3 College Junior

Facilities: While attending a community college may be more affordable it lacks the sense of feeling as If I am in college.

College Freshman

Academic Experience: I am transferring into another school for my program.

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4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Everything is made simple, and there are many opportunities to succeed.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: I am learning a great deal in the schools ASL interpreter program. The teachers are all friendly and helpful. It is a very good learning environment. There are many opportunities within and outside of the school to experience ASL and Deaf culture as well as practice my own ASL. I only have problems with feeling unprepared. Although I have learned a lot in the past this semester feels as though I have slowed down and am not challenged enough. Overall it has been great and I look forward to the coming semesters.

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: I am learning new things but as of this semester I feel as if I am not getting prepared enough for the upcoming "screening" (a test taken to get into the schools Interpreter program). I am learning vocabulary (much of it review) and little to no grammar. The class registration process is easy and I thought it was put together well. The workload is somewhat overwhelming but it is college, no one said it would be easy.

4 College Freshman

Student Body: I am currently attending LCC part time, in my previous year my classes were all at the Howell Parker Campus. This year I drive down to Lansing twice a week in the evenings. I am not around the campus that often so I do not have a full picture of the Student Body but with my limited time spent I have seen all races, people are friendly and outgoing. Ages range anywhere from 18 to 40s. Many of the people in my classes are students who couldn't afford to go straight to a university and adults going back to school to further their education. Everyone in my classes so far are hardworking and open to learning and friendly.

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