Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
The Main Building houses classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, bookstore, laboratories, lecture halls, library, gymnasium, Hawk's Nest Cafe, Student Services Center, a childcare center, computer labs, and wellness center.
Dial-A-Ride furnishes bus service to and from the Benton Harbor Campus on a regularly scheduled basis during the fall and spring semesters with pick-up and drop-off in front of the main campus building.
Enjoy the convenience of living at the Benton Harbor campus when you live at Beckwith Hall! Each furnished suite comes with washer and dryer, full kitchen, and a 42" flat panel TV. There are also plenty of spaces to hang out with friends or study. Beckwith Hall has plenty of indoor and outdoor amenities, including a fitness center, disc golf, a fire pit, beach volleyball, and more! And the best part? You're just steps away from classes and fun student activities! Learn more and apply for on-campus housing.
Hanson Technology Center
In the Hanson Technology Center, funded by donations from Merlin and Carolyn Hanson, students in the Technology programs learn their skills on state-of-the-art equipment. The HTC features labs and equipment for the study of robotics, CNC, welding, mechatronics and more. The Fab Lab, where anyone in the community can bring their ideas to life with 3D printers, laser cutter, shopbots and other high-tech tools, is also located here.
The Mendel Center
The Mendel Center is also located on the campus. It serves as a performing arts center with the 1,517-seat Mendel Center Mainstage Theatre and the 247-seat Hanson Theatre.
The Mendel Center is also home to conference and meeting facilities including the 14,400-square-foot Grand Upton Hall, the Louis and Frederick Upton Telecommunications Center, and a variety of meeting rooms which can host groups ranging from ten to several hundred to more than a thousand. Uses can range from meetings, seminars, tradeshows, weddings and other special events.
Siena Heights University
Siena Heights University shares academic facilities with Lake Michigan College inside the Main Building. They offer a wide range of bachelor and master degree programs with classes offered during the evening and on weekends.
The Todd Center houses LMC's Business, Education and Computer Information Systems programs.
The Todd Center is also home to Western Michigan University - Southwest. WMU-SW offers a range of bachelor and master degree programs on the campus.