LMC partners with Arizona College to expand online courses

Lake Michigan College is creating more opportunities for students to advance their education through a new partnership with Rio Salado College.

Beginning in the spring of 2022, students can enroll in select online courses offered by the community college in Tempe, Arizona through LMC. These course credits will count toward LMC diploma and certificate programs.

The courses offered for the Spring 2022 semester are American Sign Language I, Elementary French I and Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues. Additional course offerings available for the 2022-2023 academic year may include American Sign Language II, III and IV, Elementary French II, Intermediate French I and II, Insurance Industry Profession, Principles of Property and Liability Insurance, Personal Insurance, Commercial Insurance, Claim Principles and practices of manipulation, ethical hacking and network defense.

“We strive to provide our students with the best possible educational opportunities,” said LMC President Trevor A. Kubatzke. “Thanks to this partnership, our students can now add these specialized courses in languages, business, information technology, etc., to strengthen our strong course offer and better prepare them for careers in the fields of their choice. .”

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“Rio Salado College National Division is proud to work alongside Lake Michigan College to increase its online offerings and keep students on track to graduate at their home institution,” added Janelle Elias, vice -Interim President of Strategy, Advancement and National Division of Rio Salado.

Rio Salado College is one of the nation’s largest public online community colleges, serving nearly 40,000 students annually, including more than 28,000 online in 50 states and internationally. Founded in 1978 and based in Tempe, Arizona, Rio Salado offers more than 600 online courses, more than 135 diploma and certificate programs, and general education courses. The college also supports dual enrollment, military, and incarcerated students and is the largest provider of adult education in Arizona.

“We are very excited about our new partnership with Rio Salado, which will allow us to offer courses that we would not otherwise be able to offer our students,” said LMC Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Leslie Kellogg. . “Furthermore, this collaboration provides excellent opportunities for both colleges to learn from each other and improve teaching and learning.

The deadline for new students to apply for admission to the LMC for the Spring 2022 semester is Thursday, December 23. Students must register for classes by Friday, January 7, 2022. Spring classes begin Monday, January 10, 2022.

For more information or to register, visit lakemichigancollege.edu/admissions, email admissions@lakemichigancollege.edu, or call/text (269) 927-8626.

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