New Natural Sciences and Dental Assisting Labs open on the Benton Harbor campus.
The Red Hawks athletics mascot was introduced, replacing the former Indians mascot.
The Hawk's Nest, student activity center was opened on the Benton Harbor campus.
Beckwith Hall, LMC's first residence hall opened with 188 beds on the Benton Harbor campus.
The Higher Learning Commission approved the college's first bachelor's degree program in Applied Science in Energy Production and Distribution Management.
Dr. Robert Harrison announced his retirement and Dr. Jennifer Spielvogel is named the 10th president.
Lake Michigan Vintners was established as the Midwest's first commercial teaching winery for Wine & Viticulture Technology program students.
Allegan Early/Middle College program established and associate degree offerings through Allegan County Area Technical & Education Center are approved by the Higher Learning Commission.
The Hanson Technology Center opened on the Benton Harbor campus, made possible in part by a gift from area manufacturing leader, Merlin Hanson.
A 10-year, 0.48 mill capital millage request was passed by voters in LMC's district.
LMC established the Berrien County Fifth Year Early/Middle College program with Berrien Regional Education Services Agency (RESA) to offer college credits to high school students.
In January, Dr. Jennifer Spielvogel began her term as college President. Her tenure ended on May 5 and Dr. Robert Harrison was named President Emeritus/Acting CEO.
In April 2017, Dr. Trevor A. Kubatzke began his term as the college's 10th President.
The Fab Lab was opened within the Hanson Technology Center and offered memberships to students, employees and community members.
The Economic Club of Southwest Michigan transferred ownership and operations of its long-standing speaker series to the college.
Lake Michigan Vintners Tasting Room opens in downtown Baroda
LMC purchased the building housing Western Michigan University-Southwest and named it for LMC donor Edward J. Todd. The Todd Center houses LMC's Business, Education and Computer Information Systems programs.
In June 2018, LMC began construction on the massive Campus Transformation project. As part of a comprehensive 10-year capital plan, LMC passed a 10-year capital millage, secured an $8.4 million state grant, and worked with its Foundation on a $7.5 million fund-raising campaign to pay for the project.
On Aug. 27, 2019, The Welch Center for Wine & Viticulture was dedicated. The new facility houses the Wine and Viticulture program and the Lake Michigan Vintners teaching winery.