University Catalog

Regional Centers

Lake Superior State University offers bachelor’s degree completion programs at our regional centers that build on your education from your community college. This approach allows you to complete your degree at a reasonable cost and close to home.

All degrees require completion of the general education requirements.  For students transferring from a Michigan community college who have earned MACRAO or MTA (Michigan Transfer Agreement), the general education requirements are considered satisfied by LSSU.

We are proud of the high-quality instruction and the personal attention LSSU offers.  Our small class sizes, experienced faculty and the ability to pursue your educational dreams close to home are what the LSSU regional centers are all about.

Stop by one of our regional centers for assistance in planning your educational goals. We can help answer your questions in areas of admissions requirements, scholarship/financial aid, academics, course rotations, registration and more.

Visit our website for more information: www.lssu.edu/regional-center

Escanaba/Iron Mountain Regional Center

Escanaba Regional Center – Bay College
2001 N Lincoln Road – Heirman Center
Escanaba, MI 49829
Phone: 906-217-4123

Hessel – Les Cheneaux Regional Center

LSSU – Hessel – Les Cheneaux Regional Center

186 S Pickford Ave.

Hessel, MI 49745

Phone: (906) 484-4800, extension 2

Petoskey Regional Center

North Central Michigan College
1515 Howard Street
Petoskey, MI 49770
Phone: 231-348-6623

St. Helen Regional Center

1350 N St. Helen Road
St. Helen, MI  48656


The University makes every effort to ensure the Catalog is current at the time of publication and that it contains relevant policies, procedures, degree requirements, and other information of importance to its constituents.  Because the institution is dynamic, the LSSU Catalog is for informational purposes and does not constitute a contract between the University and its students on either a collective or individual basis.  Changes sometimes occur after the Catalog has been published.  Please contact the appropriate office for the most up-to-date information.

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