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Lake Michigan College Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

4,739 students

100% admitted

  • 1,790 full time
  • 2,949 part time
  • 790 men full time
  • 1,000 women full time
  • open enrollment

3,687 Undergraduates

$5,070 tuition/year

  • 1,052 Non-Degree
  • $5,070 out of state
  • $1,170 fees
  • N/A room & board
  • $1,600 books
  • (Based on stats from 2012/2013)

At a Glance

Institution Type: Public
Campus Setting: Great Lakes Rural area, on fringe of an urban area
Highest Degree Offered: Associate's degree
Level of Institution: At least 2 but less than 4 years
Calendar: Semester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Steven from Berrien Springs, MI
  • 0
  • It's an average, okay college. More for students who prefer a comparatively easy degree over one that actually teaches you things you should know. Nothing spectacular about it at all.…

  • Apr-28-2012 Read More
  • Desmond from Benton Harbor, MI
  • 0
  • Lake Michigan College is a great school. It's great for those who want to experience college life on smaller scale or those who feel too intimidated to start at a…

  • May-30-2012 Read More
  • Brandon from Buchanan, MI
  • 0
  • Lake Michigan College is a great starting point for students not ready for a major university just yet. It is especially good for students who plan on attending Western Michigan…

  • Dec-26-2012 Read More
  • Angela from Lawton, MI
  • 0
  • Lake Michigan College is an excellent school with caring counselors and professors. Health care programs are accredited their respective directors are helpful with any questions from prospective or current students.…

  • Mar-21-2013 Read More
Mission Statement

The philosophy of Lake Michigan College, an institution of higher education, is founded on the belief that education is for all who wish to develop their potential. It is fundamental that a community college assist in meeting the educational, career, cultural, wellness and recreational needs of the community it serves. This involves a five-fold obligation:
1. To provide for the educational aspirations, needs and learning expectations of the individual and the community;
2. To provide for the occupational needs and desires of the learner and the community;
3. To provide for the cultural interests and the wellness and recreational needs of the individual, and thus contribute to the development of effective citizens;
4. To provide an assurance of quality in programs and in people;
5. To develop an international perspective that prepares students, and develops employees and community members for a world

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here