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Lakeland offers many Student Development services to our students, including the following:

Academic Advising

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

Hayssen Academic Resource Center

The mission of the Hayssen Academic Resource Center (HARC) is to address the academic support needs of the students, faculty, and staff of Lakeland University by providing information, skills training, and support in the areas of learning skills, critical thinking, information access, and assessment of students and their skills and competencies.

Tutoring and Academic Support

Our goal is to ensure the academic success of all Lakeland University students.

  • We help students who are underprepared for the demands of a 4-year college experience to become prepared to meet those demands.
  • We help students who are prepared to meet the demands of a 4-year college experience to become advanced in their studies.
  • We help students who are advanced in their studies students to achieve academic excellence.

We work with all levels of students who need help, so they may be academically successful. Many students eventually become peer tutors, offering assistance to others who may benefit from this academic support service.

Disability Accommodations

Our goal is to provide reasonable and effective accommodations for students who present appropriate documentation of a disability so that those students have an equal opportunity to achieve academic success and to do so in a way that is timely, respectful of the dignity of the student, and empowering for the student.

Location

Old Main. Third Floor.

Hours

The HARC's hours are set by the general hours of Old Main. So, the ARC is open from about 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Tutors are usually available starting as early as 8 a.m. and going until 7 p.m. Check our tutor schedules to find a tutor at a time that is convenient for you.

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