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Testing Services

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday: closed
(After August 27 - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.)

Do you need to take an out-of-class test? LMC Testing Services provides testing outside of classroom testing, including health sciences testing. Learn more below about placement and out-of-class testing.

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 for more information and updates.

Out-of-Class Testing for Current Students

Out-of-class testing includes course testing outside of scheduled class periods and may also include online course testing if instructors require proctored testing in Testing Services or at another approved location.

All out-of-class testing through Testing Services is currently being done via Zoom proctoring for your safety. Appointments are arranged through emailing Please email us first before coming to campus to be sure we are offering the test you need on campus, or to make remote arrangements if needed.

NOTE: Lake Michigan College administers exams for other colleges by appointment only; there is a $25 fee per test, beginning August 30, 2021. Please call (269) 927-6173 or email for more information.

You are responsible for knowing your instructor’s name, the name of the class, and the name of the test you wish to take. Your cell phone must be off and put away while testing. If a cell phone is on or accessed while you are testing, the test will be terminated and your instructor will be notified.

Government- or school-issued photo ID is required; email for further information about options if you do not have a current government- or school-issued photo ID.

Here is what you need to know before you test:

  • Know your instructor's name, class name, and the name of the test you wish to take.
  • Bring a photo ID, e.g. driver's license, student ID, etc.
  • Turn off and put away your cell phone. If your cell phone is on or accessed while you are testing, your test will be terminated and your instructor will be notified.
  • Electronic devices, other than approved calculators, must be turned off and put away while testing.
  • If you need testing accommodations, please contact the office of Disability Support Services for accommodation procedures at 269-927-8866.

Testing Center Hours

Hours are subject to change.

Benton Harbor Campus

Main Building Room L-194/194
Phone: (269) 927-6173
By appointment

Niles Campus

Call the Niles Campus for schedule information for placement services. On-campus testing services will be posted as they resume.

Room 108
Phone: (269) 695-1391

South Haven Campus

Room: SH123
Phone: (269) 637-7500
By appointment

Testing must be completed by closing time.


Health Science applicant tests are considered out-of-class tests. Applicants should check their application packets for information on tests required, how to register/pay for required tests, and where to find review materials. Applicants should email Testing Services at for information.

Nursing Program Candidates

Students applying to the nursing program for 2017 and beyond will need to take the HESI A2 test for admission into the program. The HESI A2 test is considered an out-of-class test, and is administered on campus or via Zoom proctoring at this time. Please email for information and scheduling..  Read the registration instructions to get started, and for links to study resources.

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