The Global Institute of Lansing aims to provide adult refugees and vulnerable immigrants in the Lansing area the means to attain a high school diploma through accessible education. If you are interested in enrolling in our program please follow the links provided below.
To be eligible for GIL, students must be 18 years and older. Prospective students must also pass an English proficiency exam.
GIL offers day classes for adult refugees and vulnerable immigrants. During the school year, classes are held at the First Presbyterian Church in downtown Lansing and meet Monday through Thursday from 9:00am to 2:00pm. Summer hours are determined at the start of each summer.
Once students are enrolled in GIL, they are then enrolled in an accredited on-line high school completion program and placed in a classroom with volunteer teachers to assist them through the program. After passing each of the required 24 courses, the students receive an accredited high school diploma. If a student has attended high school in the United States prior to enrolling in GIL, it is possible that some of the credits they earned previously will transfer and count towards the 24 credits required in our program.
If you are interested in enrolling in GIL, please fill out an application using the link provided below. Once you have completed the application, you can mail it or drop it off, or email it:
The Global Institute of Lansing
510 W. Ottawa Street
Lansing, MI 48933
Effective June 2017, there is now a $100 program fee to enroll in The Global Institute of Lansing. The $100 program fee is due once you have been officially accepted into the program. Please do not send any money with your application.