Get the VIP Treatment
And Get Off to a Faster Start—and Finish
We think technical college graduates deserve special treatment. It’s why Lakeland offers the VIP treatment. It includes maximum transfer credit, one-of-a-kind flexibility, affordable tuition, help from friendly advisors, and of course, the best bachelor’s degree programs in the state. It’s no wonder we’re Wisconsin's leader in evening, weekend, and online education.
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Maximum Transfer Credit Accepted
Lakeland accepts as many of your earned credits as possible—all the way up to 72—to put you ahead of the game, right from the start. There’s nothing better than getting credit for the hard work you’ve already invested in your education.
Send your unofficial transcripts to an admissions advisor and receive a personalized transfer credit evaluation within 48-hours!
Start as a Junior
Thanks to our generous credit transfers, the majority of grads who choose Lakeland University for their bachelor’s degree program start as juniors, putting that degree in quicker reach.
Flexibility to Match Your Reality
Only Lakeland offers BlendEd®, which lets you choose your learning options each and every week. Attend onsite or online, on your own terms and in your own time, anywhere you want to learn. So you’ll never have to worry about your education conflicting with your family life or work schedule.
Advisors Who Care
You’ll also be off to a more confident start with practical support and guidance from an advisor. From creating workable class schedules around your work schedule, to clarifying degree requirements, your advisor helps smooth the way, removing any hurdles so you can simply focus on “getting it done.”
Change, With Ease
Simply complete the following information and a Lakeland University advisor will call and share all the ways you’re a VIP at Lakeland.
To learn more, please fill out the following information, and you will be contacted by a Lakeland University advisor.