Monthly Archives: November 2013

NEW! LCC Account Activation and Management Application

ANNOUNCEMENT:  ITS launches the new Account Activation and Management (AAM) application!

  • Students will use the new AAM application to …
    • Activate their new TUID
    • Reset the password for their TUID
    • Select and set up a recovery method (either email or challenge questions)

What You Need to Do?

  • Please take 2 minutes right now and follow this link to the AAM application and set up your recovery method
    • Note
      • Your previous challenge questions will NOT be migrated over to the new AAM application
      • The AAM Recovery Method can ONLY be set when you know your TUID and Password; hence, it is important that you set this up now!


Please contact the LCC Help Desk at or 517-483-5221

LCC Students Collect for Detroit

Students in LCC’s Introduction to Political Science (POLS 201) are taking on “Help Detroit” as their semester political project. Students selected this project as a way to provide direct support for city residents and mobilize political support in the state legislature for Detroit, now in the midst of bankruptcy proceedings.

Part of the project includes seeking donations from the LCC community of students and staff to help Detroit. POLS 201 students have identified these two organizations to provide direct support:

Alternatives for Girls, a non-profit agency that helps homeless and high-risk girls make positive choices and stay on the right track. Items needed include all hygiene products (full and travel size) and cash donations.

12th Precinct Neighborhood Watch, where community members mobilize to help keep their neighborhood safe. Items needed include flashlights and cash donations.

To help, please bring items to donate to Arts & Sciences Room 201, attention Professor Marc Thomas, no later than Friday, December 6. Contact him at with questions. 

LCC Graduates Featured in Article

Graduates on the Job –

All of the hard work the National Convergence Technology Center (CTC) undertakes is designed for one single end goal: give students the skills they need to land good jobs in an IT industry in dire need of qualified workers. The National Convergence Technology Center recently published an article on Graduates on the Job which features two Lansing Community College graduates and how their school’s training helped prepare them for IT/convergence jobs.