Nov 2019 – Muskie Pride

Men’s basketball alumni game

LU men’s basketball will be hosting its annual alumni game on Saturday, Nov. 16 at 11 a.m. The Muskies basketball team will be taking on UW-Stout @ 2 p.m. There will be a post-game sociable at Miller’s Glen @ 4 p.m. Hope to see you all back at #TheLand.

Please pass on this message to all alumni.

A biology professor’s research in Alaska

Lakeland Associate Professor of Biology Paul Pickhardt traveled to the tundra of Alaska in May and June with a team of other research scientists and a goal was to find conservation solutions for threatened migratory birds.

More details on their research can be found on our Blog.

LU students partner with Jefferson Elementary students

Members of Lakeland’s Gentlemen and Gentlewomen of Virtue groups recently launched a new relationship with Jefferson Elementary School in Sheboygan. The goal of the program for Jefferson is encouraging their students to be ambassadors and take pride in their school and the work they’re doing. Read more about this story in the Lakeland Blog!

LU golf team plays Championship Course ahead of 2020 Ryder Cup

Earlier this year, the Lakeland University golf team had the opportunity to have its home course as Whistling Straits, the home of the 2020 Ryder Cup. Be sure to check out the full story in The Mirror, Lakeland’s student-run newspaper.

Higher education has to get serious about addressing student debt, and we have accepted that challenge. Lakeland University is proud to announce the Lakeland Promise.

This new program will allow Wisconsin students that have limited resources an opportunity to  attend Lakeland tuition/fees free for four years, up to three years for transfer students, through support from Federal, state and Lakeland funded grant and scholarship programs.

Lakeland is Wisconsin’s first private college to offer a free tuition promise program for qualified students.

Making a gift this holiday season?

Many individuals each year give stock to Lakeland or choose Lakeland to receive their IRA charitable rollover. These gifts offer the donor the opportunity to realize significant tax advantages, while also supporting the mission of Lakeland. When transferring stock or an IRA distribution, please be sure to notify the advancement office before making your gift. Brokers often do not supply donor information with these types of gifts, and we want to properly acknowledge all of our generous donors.

Please communicate directly with the Advancement Services Coordinator, Stuart Schmidt, at 920-565-1023 ext. 2160 or, regarding your plans.

Help us keep in touch with you!

You enjoy reading news about your classmates and friends – they would love to read about you, too. Did you move? Get married? Get a new job? As we prepare the next edition of the Lakeland University Magazine, let us know so we can keep you informed and include your changes in the “Alma Matters” section of the magazine.

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