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Students get involved for many different reasons based on their individual needs and desires. What you get out of it varies with your individual contribution, but most students say they receive great personal success and have the most fun of their life being involved in college!
The Health Center is an on campus health resource located on the ground floor of Brotz Hall. We are here to help with your basic health needs and as a referral service to outside providers as needed.
Lakeland University's Counseling Center is dedicated to provide support and assistance to students as they develop academically, personally, socially and spiritually.
The John H. Esch Library is dedicated to supporting student learning and the professional development and research needs of faculty and staff. The library is located in the heart of the campus, behind Old Main.
Whether you're trying to pass a course or maintain a 4.0, working with a tutor can be extremely helpful. Tutors provide FREE one-on-one assistance that may not be available in the classroom.
Lakeland University is committed to providing resources and services for students with disabilities. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), assistance is available for students who qualify.
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EWO last day to add/drop 7W1 classes, Aug 31
Sep 1 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Opening Convocation featuring Jose Araujo '05 MBA '09
Trad - Last day to add/drop classes
Sep 2 5:00 am - 6:00 am
EWO - Last day to add/drop 14-week classes, Sept 2