Our academic advisors can help you build an academic plan that will make the most of your time at Lake Michigan College and position you for success when you transfer to the four-year school of your choice
Going to college is a big step and can be scary at any age. Whether you are just starting college, coming back to school after working or raising a family, or still in high school, Lake Michigan College faculty and staff will help guide you through the steps to achieve your academic goals.
Going to class is just one part of the college experience. You want information to make good decisions about your education. You need people who are available to answer your questions. You should have some fun along the way, too! Services for Students is your online resource for campus activities, student services information, and everything you need to complete the business of being a student.
Experience the Lake Effect…on the rest of your life, like never before! By living on campus, you’ll be at the center of College activity and create memories and friendships that will last a lifetime – all while getting a quality education at an affordable price!
Going to class is just part of what college is about. College is the time for you to meet new people, explore your interests and have a lot of fun. At Lake Michigan College you have endless opportunities to do what interests you.
No matter what your goals are - seeking career training, earning a degree, expanding your world through the arts or making your business more competitive with highly skilled employees - we are here with the programs and creative solutions you need to reach those goals. We invite you to experience the Lake Effect for yourself and discover the difference it can make.
We are pleased that you are considering Lake Michigan College as your choice in higher education. To get more information on LMC, contact the Admissions Staff at (269) 927-8626.
It's easy and free! Complete the online application.
Scholarships are available based on academic achievement, financial need, and program of study.Submit your online application.
Learn more about Beckwith Hall, then apply online to live on campus.
You can either choose to submit your ACT scores or complete the Compass Assessment test on one of our campuses. If ACT scores are older than 2-3 years or are lower than 18 in English, 18 in Math, and 17 in Reading, you should plan to take the Compass test.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. It's best to fill out the FAFSA between January and March of the year before taking courses.
Make an appointment with one of our friendly, knowledgeable advisors. They can help you select your program of study as well as which courses to enroll in each semester. View the Academic Calendar. Call (269) 927-8128 to schedule your appointment.
You're ready to enroll! Register for classes using your WaveLink account or ask an LMC representative for assistance.
Congratulations, you're a Lake Michigan College Red Hawk! Have a great semester, and remember we're here to help you at every turn; all you have to do is ask.