Futures for Frontliners, the state scholarship program unveiled by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in September offers free tuition to Michiganders who worked in essential industries at the height of the state shutdown.
Unlike many of the nation’s colleges and universities that opened only to send students home after mass COVID-19 outbreaks, LMC acted quickly and decisively in June to prepare for a Fall semester that keeps students learning safely and successfully without undue disruption from the pandemic. We also discounted Fall tuition by 10 percent to help families who were struggling financially.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, LMC's Fall semester classes that could
be taught remotely have been offered remotely in one of several delivery options. Meanwhile, courses that require hands-on learning have limited in-person instruction in small groups that follow safety protocols.
After more than two years of construction, in August, Lake Michigan College completed its Campus Transformation project on the Benton Harbor Campus.
The Clarence Beckwith Distinguished Alumni Award is presented to alumni who accomplish significant success in their personal or professional endeavors.
The Bernard C. Radde Distinguished Service Award is named in honor of the late Dr. Bernard C. Radde, who served as a member of the Lake Michigan College Board of Trustees for 25 years. It is presented annually to an individual or individuals who have advanced the cause of Lake Michigan College and higher education.
Student-athletes at Lake Michigan College use the same grit and determination in the classroom as they do on the field or the court.
Like many performing arts theatres, conference centers, and meeting venues across the country, the COVID-19 pandemic has put the core mission of La