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No matter what your goals are - seeking career training, earning a degree, expanding your world through the arts or making your business more competitive with highly skilled employees - we are here with the programs and creative solutions you need to reach those goals. We invite you to experience the Lake Effect for yourself and discover the difference it can make.
Paul Mow will direct the Tony Award-winning play “Peter & the Starcatcher” as well as the provocative Tony Award-winner for Broadway’s Best Musical “Spring Awakening” during the 2016-2017 academic year.
Fall orientation dates are filling up fast! Choose from several dates and locations to best fit your needs.
Potential students interested in learning more about Lake Michigan College’s Wine and Viticulture Technology Program are invited to an open house on Thursday, June 16 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at The Mendel Center.
Students encouraged to register early for best pick of available courses
The graduating class includes 479 students from 70 cities, seven states and 17 countries who have earned 440 associate degrees, and 47 certificates. Students who are graduating with honors comprise 42% of this year’s class.
Stephen Venable of Lawrence and Aiden Weston of St. Joseph have been selected as the student speakers for Lake Michigan College’s 69th annual commencement exercise being held at the LMC Mendel Center on Sunday, May 1, at 2 p.m.
The Alumni Service Award will be presented to Edward J. Todd of Muskegon. The Clarence Beckwith Distinguished Alumni Award will be presented to Marilyn J. Stolberg, D.D.S. of Big Rapids.
Joan Smith was tapped three years ago to serve as Chair of Lake Michigan College’s Campaign for Tomorrow, which is projected to exceed its goal of raising $7.5 million in private support for emerging careers, student success, and community engagement.
degrees and certificates awarded to during the 2015 Commencement Ceremony
Nationally accredited associate degree nursing program in southwestern Michigan