You've thought about it. Going to college to earn an associate's degree or to begin work on the first two years of a bachelor's degree. Going to college to learn skills for a new career. Going to college to finish the degree you started years ago.
1. Complete the LMC Application for Admissions.
2. Prepare by reviewing, then take the Assessment test.
- We want you to be successful and that means signing up for the right classes. To help us help you make the right choices, you'll need to prepare by reviewing first, then take the LMC Assessment. It will measure your reading, writing, and mathematics skills levels. Review materials are available for your review.
- You can take the assessment on the computer or with paper and pencil in about two hours. You will need to present a photo ID and obtain a college ID number to take the assessment.
- You may not need to take the assessment if you hold an associate's degree or higher, have taken certain types of college-level courses, have taken the ACT or SAT within the last five years and have an appropriate score, or are taking courses with no prerequisites. An LMC Advisor or admissions representative can tell you more.
3. Meet with an Advisor.
- Review your assessment results with an LMC Advisor or admissions representative. Then, build a personal educational plan based on your program of study, the career-building skills you want to acquire, and your overall educational goals.
- Schedule a College & Career Success (CLS 100) course for your first semester to gain a strong foundation for your Lake Michigan College experience.
4. Register and Pay for Classes.