Thanks to an agreement signed last week students in Allegan County will be able to take college classes without having to visit a college campus. This agreement between the Allegan Area Educational Service Agency (AAESA) and Lake Michigan College (LMC) formalizes a long standing relationship between the two organizations. Students will be able to receive college credit through direct credit, dual enrollment and traditional classes at AAESA facilities and local high schools.
The 2013-2014 Lake Michigan College Mendel Center Mainstage season will kick off in classic rock style when Little River Band takes the stage on Saturday, September 28, at 8 p.m.
Lake Michigan College’s Fall 2013 community education classes at the Napier Avenue Campus begin in September. Area musicians have five options for skill improvement and performance opportunities throughout the semester: Jazz Band, Concert Choir, Show Choir-Voice LMC, and Symphonic Wind Ensemble. All music ensembles meet at the Lake Michigan College Mendel Center in Room F-125.
Lake Michigan College’s South Haven Campus is offering several Community Education classes in September.
The first ever regular season men’s and women’s games of Lake Michigan College intercollegiate soccer will take place this Saturday, August 24, versus Owens Community College. Both games will be played at the soccer field west of the student parking lot on the College’s Napier Avenue Campus. The men’s game begins at 1 p.m., and the women’s game begins at 3 p.m. Lake Michigan College students and the community are invited to attend the games and festivities. Admission is free.
Carol Westbrook of Coloma was named the 2012-2013 Lake Michigan College Mendel Center Mainstage Volunteer of the Year during the College’s 21st annual volunteer appreciation party.
The $500 scholarships are given annually by the LMC Foundation to TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) participants who have demonstrated academic achievement and active program participation.
Beginning in January 2014, Lake Michigan College will offer computerized GED testing at its M-TEC facility.
Lake Michigan College’s cheer team and mascot, Rocky the Red Hawk, attended the Universal Cheerleading Association (UCA) College Spirit Camp in Wisconsin August 1 to August 4. The cheer team competed in the small coed division; over 40 colleges and universities participated in the cheer camp and Rocky was one of 80 mascots at camp.
The Nuclear Energy Institute and the Institute for Nuclear Power Operations has accredited Lake Michigan College’s Energy Production Technology program as a Nuclear Uniform Curriculum Program (NUCP). The designation applies specifically to the College’s Radiation Protection/Health Physics (HPRP) area of study under the Energy Production Technology program.
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