Most students who are new to Lake Michigan College will be asked to demonstrate basic skills in writing, mathematics and reading before registering for classes.
The placement process is one way LMC helps new students begin a successful educational journey.
Most students who are new to Lake Michigan College will be asked to demonstrate basic skills in writing, math and reading. This is done by taking a placement test before registering for classes. Placement testing and transcripts have no effect on your admission to the college, but it's important to test so our advisors can help determine which classes are right for you.
- Do you have ACT or SAT test scores, or do you have previous college experience? If so, you may not need to take placement testing. See below to learn about placement testing exemptions.
- Send us your high school or college transcripts. Contact your high school, college or university you have previously attended to order your official transcripts.
- Email to email@example.com.
- Mail your transcript to:
Lake Michigan College
2755 E. Napier Ave.
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
If you don't have test scores or transcripts, schedule your placement test. See below for days, times and locations.
August 13 - September 5 Placement Testing
Placement testing hours have been changed starting August 13 through September 4 to accommodate incoming students for the fall 2018 semester. Please click the button below to find out days and times available for placement testing.
Are you a current student looking for out-of-class testing? Book your test here.