LMC - Language and Media Center

Creativity Lives Here

RCAH’s Language and Media Center (LMC) is a technology-rich space for creating, learning, and collaborating.

A professor, David Sheridan, stands and speaks with students in the LMC

Using the Space

Sunday - Thursday | 1 - 11 p.m.
Friday | 1 - 5 p.m.

LMC Phone:
(517) 884-1938

Want to use the space outside of these hours? Contact Marcus Fields at fieldsm9@msu.edu or
(517) 884-6001

Connect with the LMC:

Instagram: @rcah_lmc
Facebook: fb.com/RCAHLMC

The Language and Media Center (LMC) supports media production and world-language proficiency in the college through an array of resources and services. It is designed to provide a technology-rich space for creating, learning, and collaborating. In the LMC, you can plug your guitar into a computer and record a song; watch a foreign language film; learn to make and publish your own website for free; print out large banners and posters; and so much more. However, you don’t need an excuse to hang out in the LMC. Come down, do homework, play a board game, or have coffee and talk with friends. Students can also work as LMC consultants, who help teach their peers how to use media production applications like Photoshop and Final Cut Pro as well as give feedback on creative projects.


A diverse group of students stand around a table covered in stickers, making art. Two young women sit in front of computer screens, doing graphic design work in the media center. A view of the media center, with a student seated at a table and a row of computers behind a table in the background.