Please call (269) 927-1000 before visiting campus to make sure your needs will be met. Spring classes begin Tuesday, Jan. 19 and most will be conducted remotely - students should check Canvas for information from their instructors. Student services are also available remotely. The Library opens Jan. 11.
Bring the classroom to you! Lake Michigan College offers hundreds of courses in a convenient, online format. You'll get all the attention and all the education with none of the driving to campus!
What is Distance Education?
Distance Education is any course in which at least 75% of the course is delivered online. Below are the five types of course delivery methods:
1. Flexible Learning Environment (FLE)
These offer the most flexibility for students. Students may choose to interact with their instructor and classmates by webcam during regularly scheduled class sessions or watch recorded class sessions online.
All instruction will be delivered online. There are no scheduled class sessions.
A significant portion of instruction will be delivered online with some remote class sessions by webcam required on scheduled days and times.
All class session will be held remotely by webcam on scheduled days and times.
A significant portion of instruction will be delivered online. There will also be some on campus, face-to-face class sessions required for hands-on learning that cannot be completed online. On campus class sessions will be scheduled in small groups following safety protocols that minimize risks to the greatest degree possible. Programs and disciplines requiring some hands-on learning include: Advanced Manufacturing, Culinary, Criminal Justice, Health Sciences, Natural Sciences, Networking, Visual and Performing Arts, and Wine and Viticulture Technology.