Location
Lansing, MI
Undergrads
7,179
Tuition (in-state)
$7,490 ($5,060)
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Reviews 530 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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College Freshman

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

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.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Overall my experience here has been positive. It's close to home, saving me money, I'm getting direct instruction from teachers, course topics are easily applicable to real life work and situations and I can transfer most of the credits I've earned over to Michigan State University.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The technology here is very easy to access and it'd everywhere. If you're in a hurry and need to print something off you just grab a computer or a lap top, print and you're done. The only thing that really bothers me is that out of everything they updated they did not update the laptops (with the exception of software programs like Microsoft Word 2013). They're very old, slow and it's common for them not to work properly, specifically the ones in the science labs.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Campus facilities are easy to access, easy to use and not far away from you classes.

4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Their tuition and tuition payment is straight forward and easy to set up and use. They even give you the dates when you're payments are due. However they do not contact you when your payment dates are coming or and especially not when there's been a change or a problem. If they do they send you an email to your student account regardless of whether or not you specifically request they to send everything to a different email address.

3 College Sophomore

Facilities: I love how small the campus is. Everything is a short walking distance away. However all the construction that they are currently doing to make the campus look more 'modern" is absolutely awful. It's actually too modern. It'll look outdated in a couple years. On the positive side the classrooms, study rooms, lab rooms, even the administration rooms look very nice and well thought out. So in short; the looks are bad but the layout is very good.

2 College Sophomore

Career Services: I made an appointment with a career adviser once. I just wanted some advice on how to go about choosing and finding a career that best suited my major and my interests. All she told me was that I should stick to what I already had, get tutoring on how to make my resume and cover letters and spent 30-45 minutes giving me a tutorial on how to use a new career finder website. That's not exactly what I wanted.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: For the most part this college does hold a wide variety of dates and times for their classes. However as you work your way past the pre-requisite courses and into the harder courses the options diminish significantly, sometimes down to only one or two choices.

College Sophomore

Online Courses: I have not taken any online courses through this college. I find that I do not learn nearly half as well as I do from attending a lecture. I'm more attentive and I find it more engaging to attend a lecture where the individual in front of my is real and I can ask them questions right away if I don't understand something.

4 College Sophomore

Student Body: This college is completely diverse. There are people here from every corner of the world all with different beliefs and affiliations. The student body is typically laid back. It's easy to pick up a conversation with the stranger sitting next to you in class. Even with so much diversity everyone is there for understandable and/or relate-able, real life reasons. Reasons like, 'I need to get a job to support my family', 'I found out I have to have a degree to keep my job', or 'I'm saving money so I can transfer to a University.' It makes you feel like you're all in the same boat; living in the real world together as opposed to everyone around you being in the same American Dream. To study, graduate and achieve a well paying dream job. In short, the student body at this college is more personable.

1 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: There is only one zoology class at this college. There is no zoology program. It's understandable given that it's a community college but the credits from this class do not transfer. There's no point in taking it. If you want to study zoology and start off at this college you better have other college's in mind to transfer to afterward because this one is only good for getting all your pre-requisites out of the way.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: This college is extremely diverse regarding academics. The registration process is fairly simple as long as you're paying attention to the details for each class. They offer lecture, hybrid and online classes for all learning types. Class sizes are small (roughly 25-35 students) so you have the option of using the professor as a resource for asking direct, one-on-one questions. I'm not at all familiar with their program options since I did not follow one but they do offer classes for (almost) every major that you can think of. When it comes to professors, however, it's the luck of the draw on whether or not you get a good one. The best ones are always the younger teachers who are just starting out or have been with this college for the shortest amount of time. The flip side is that you could end up with much older professors who were pulled out of retirement for some extra cash. They usually know their topics extremely well but either have a very hard time teaching it or they're used to large class sizes of about 300 students and are not very helpful or don't want to be.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: you have all what you need to succeeded.

4 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: they have a quick and straight forward process.

3 College Freshman

Online Courses: they need a very discipline student. otherwise one risk to fall behind and possible fail.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: all resources are present. they are waiting for people to enjoyed them

3 College Freshman

Student Body: due to my personal commitment, I was not involved in student body activities.

3 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: initially is was confusing but it was o.k at the end

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: very good curriculum with six universities in the university center where you can obtain your 4 years degree without moving from Lansing.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: most of professors are very good.excellent curriculum classes registration is in short time workload is acceptable.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: computer labs work. printing is great, i haven't run out of credits yet, so no need for a printer! network reliability and speed is so so.

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