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Advising Guides

Announcement

Following the most recent recommendations from federal/state officials and health experts regarding COVID-19, LCC has transitioned to a fully online environment. The Selective Admission applications can now be submitted online! Go to the Selective Admissions section of this page for more information.

Below are advising guides that include a general overview and the admission requirements for each course and program offered by LCC's Health & Human Services (HHS) Division.  For general information contact the HHS office at (517) 483-1410 or for detailed information contact the program director for your desired field of study.  Students are encouraged to meet with an Academic Advisor in the Gannon Building Star Zone for assistance with course and program selection at (517) 483-1957 option 4.

Child Development and Early Education

Community Health Services (CHSE)

The Community Health Services program offers several certificates including: CNA, PCT, Phlebotomy, Medical Insurance Coding & Billing, Sterile Processing, Pharmacy Tech, and more.

EMT (Basic Emergency Medical Technician)

Human Services

Massage

Medical Assistant

MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)

Neurodiagnostic Technology

Vascular Technology

 

SELECTIVE ADMISSIONS ADVISING GUIDES

The following programs are Selective Admissions, which means students must apply and compete for admission.  Program-specific entrance requirements must be completed to be eligible.  Admission to LCC does not guarantee entry into a Selective Admissions program.  Detailed information about the application process and admission requirements are available in the program-specific Advising Guides listed below.  For questions on the application process, please contact selective_admissions@lcc.edu.

*Online Selective Admissions Application

The Selective Admission Application can now be submitted online! There is a non-refundable $50 application fee to apply to these programs. *To apply, complete the Selective Admission Application by the deadline listed in your program's Advising Guide.

Dental Hygiene

Nursing

The Nursing program offers 3 tracks: 2-Year traditional, 2nd Degree (Bachelors+), and Advanced Standing (Paramedic, LPN, and Respiratory Therapist to RN).  Be sure to review the Advising Guide specific to your desired track.

Paramedic

Radiologic Technology

Surgical Technology

Ultrasound: Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS)

 

 

Health and Human Services at Lansing Community College

Health and Human Services Division
HHS Bldg, Room 108
Phone: (517) 483-1410
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