The Lake Michigan College Napier Avenue Campus sets on a 262-acre site that features a lake, natural area, athletic fields, nature and jogging trails, and lighted parking areas.
Main Academic Building
The academic building houses classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, laboratories, lecture halls, library, gymnasium, Richard J. Pappas Student Services Center, a childcare center, computer labs, and wellness center.
Mendel Center for Arts and Technology
The Mendel Center for Arts and Technology is also located on the campus. It serves as a performing arts center with the 1,517-seat Mendel Center Mainstage Theatre and the 247-seat Hanson Theatre.
The Mendel Center is also home to conference and meeting facilities including the 14,400-square-foot Grand Upton Hall, the Louis and Frederick Upton Telecommunications Center, and a variety of meeting rooms which can host groups ranging from ten to several hundred to more than a thousand. Uses can range from meetings, seminars, tradeshows, weddings and other special events.
Michigan State University
Michigan State University’s Institute of Agricultural Technology (IAT) and Lake Michigan College have teamed up to offer MSU Certificate Programs in Applied Plant Science and Viticulture with the option to also earn an LMC associate’s degree.
Siena Heights University
Siena Heights University shares academic facilities with Lake Michigan College inside the Main Academic Building. They offer a wide range of bachelor and master degree programs with classes offered during the evening and on weekends.
Western Michigan University - Southwest
Western Michigan University - Southwest has its own facility on the Napier Avenue Campus. WMU-SW offers a range of bachelor and master degree programs on the campus.