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Lakeland University advising is a collaborative process between students and faculty members based on the belief that each individual is capable of lifelong success.
Faculty advisors guide the development of students as they discover, clarify and work toward their educational and life goals. Academic advisors not only answer questions about campus resources, majors and course selection, but also assist in the development of strategies to help each student accomplish both short and long-term objectives.
Be sure to get to know your advisor and make the most of this key relationship. For more information about academic advising, send an e-mail inquiry to the advising director, Pam Engebretson, at
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Move-In Day, New and Transfer Students
Returning Student Move-in Day
EWO - First day of class (14-wk and 7W1), Aug 29
Trad: first day of classes