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LMC to reopen campuses Monday, July 13
Lake Michigan College's campuses in Benton Harbor, Niles, and South Haven reopen on Monday, July 13, with in-person services returning for current and prospective students.
Students can come to campuses to meet with staff for services such as admissions and advising, records and registration, financial aid, mentoring, counseling, and student support as well as the Educational Opportunity Center, Start 2 Finish, and Upward Bound programs. Remote services remain available for students who prefer not to meet in person.
The newly renovated William Hessel Library on the Benton Harbor campus also opens July 13. The open computer lab will relocate from its temporary location in the Hanson Technology Center to the library the same day. Computer lab hours with in-person tech support are 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Wednesday.
LMC also has opened its new Nature Trail to the public, which includes 1.8 miles of trail through 70 acres of woods along the water behind the college. The trailhead is on the Benton Harbor Campus by the Athletics Field parking lot. It is open daily from sunrise to sundown.
To decrease the risk of spreading COVID-19, anyone coming to LMC will have to practice social distancing by keeping six feet of space between them. A daily symptom check at the front entrance and masks are required for everyone entering campus. More information regarding LMC's safety protocols can be found at www.lakemichigancollege.edu/covid19.
Beginning July 13, the Benton Harbor campus will be open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday, with an extended 6 p.m. close Wednesday by appointment. South Haven and Niles campuses are open 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. All locations are closed Friday-Sunday during the summer months.
Contractors and vendors are required to have an appointment before coming on campus.
LMC closed its campuses to the public on March 20 in response to Michigan's stay-at-home order due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students completed spring semester classes remotely and have continued distance learning this summer.