Our Benton Harbor Campus is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Our Niles and South Haven campuses close at 4 p.m. on Friday; check additional hours for some student services on the myLMC page. Before you come to campus, please call (269) 927-1000 to make sure your needs will be met.
Begin your successful academic 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 is important to test so our advisors can help determine the right classes for you.
Submit Your Transcripts
Send us your high school and/or college transcripts. Contact your high school, college or university you have previously attended to order your official transcripts.
- Email to Records and Registration.
- Mail your transcript to:
Lake Michigan College
2755 E. Napier Ave.
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
Submit Your ACT or SAT scores
- if you have ACT or SAT test scores from a test completed in the past 5 years, you may not need to take placement testing. See below to learn about placement testing exemptions.
Take A Placement Assessment
Due to the Covid-19 campus closure, we do not have any on-campus hours at this time. A new schedule will be evaluated and posted as services return to campus. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and updates.
|E (English/Writing)||R (Reading)||M+ (100-level Math)|
|ACT*||English 18||Reading 17||Math 20|
|SAT*||Writing/Language 27 OR 5s on all three Essay Subscores (Reading, Analysis & Writing)||Reading 26||Math 25.5 OR Math Composite 510|
|Cumulative High School GPA
(calculated AFTER junior year)
2.6 Cumulative GPA
|2.6 Cumulative GPA
(weighted or unweighted; high school GPA is valid for ten years)
|Previous College Coursework||Transfer credit equivalent to ENGL 101 or higher||Transfer credit equivalent to ENGL 101 or higher||Transfer credit equivalent to MATH 122 or higher|