Financial Aid: Yes
City: Benton Harbor
Street: 2755 E Napier Ave
Lake Michigan College is a 2-year community college offering associate degrees, certificates, and a wide range of continuing education and business and industry training.
The College serves more than 7,000 students annually in academic and corporate training programs and more than 200,000 attend cultural events, meetings and conferences held on campus. LMC offers associate degree and certificate programs with credits assured to transfer to four-year colleges and universities, as well as career programs in health care, business and industrial technologies.
Telecourses allow students to take college courses in the convenience of their home. They can be reached in three selections – Traditional, Internet, and Two-Way Interactive Courses. Students check out videotapes from the LMC bookstore to study at home or view the tapes in the College's Napier Avenue Campus Learning Resource Center. If they have access to a computer and the Internet, they can study online.
Just as in traditional college courses, individuals will need to purchase textbooks, complete homework assignments, and take exams. Instructors are available by appointment, phone, or e-mail.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Lake Michigan College has one of the most affordable tuition rates in the state. College also offers the same types of financial aid as most other colleges including grants, scholarships and work-study opportunities.
Lake Michigan College awards hundreds of scholarships each year based on academic achievement, financial need and special talent. Many LMC scholarships require a FAFSA to be completed as part of the application process. Some scholarships have a December 15 priority deadline while most have a March 1 priority deadline, but applications will be accepted after that date.