Alumni Association - posted on 9/24/2007
Ready or not, here it comes! Lakeland is going electronic. my.Lakeland
is the brand new online community for LC alumni and it will soon be available to you. You will soon by receiving your Lakeland magazine which will contain your username and password on the address label. Once you have that information you will be able to login and see just where your classmates are today. Maybe you are looking for a long-lost friend or perhaps you simply misplaced a phone number for a lifelong buddy. Either way, my.Lakeland is your new source for information.
my.Lakeland will offer you additional information as well. You can see what events are coming up for Lakeland alumni and friends, use the electronic alumni directory to find classmates, view your unofficial transcript, monitor your giving history and more. Be sure to check back often because my.Lakeland will constantly be updated with new features and information.
By utilizing my.Lakeland, you will be able to re-connect with old friends you have lost touch with and establish some new connections. The only way for the directory to be successful though is for you to login and update your contact information. Until you log in to make changes, your contact information will show up blank which makes it very difficult for friends to find you!
To access my.Lakeland, type http://my.lakeland.edu
(no www.) into the URL line, and enter your unique username and password. Again, alumni can find a personal username and password on the mailing label of the fall edition of the Lakeland magazine. Your username is the top number and the password is the bottom alpha-numeric code.
We'll see you at my.Lakeland!
Alumni Only: If you are having trouble using this information to login, please contact Bridget Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
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