What does it mean to be a Muskie? It means at Lakeland you're a person, not a number. It means you'll do great things — in the classroom, in extra-curricular activities, and in the community. Simply put, it means being a part of a close-knit community that takes care of one another by driving each member towards individual success!
At Lakeland, we know higher education is a considerable investment. Each student comes to Lakeland with a different set of financial circumstances. It’s why we work to make yours the most comfortable investment you can make by providing helpful financial aid services.
Below you will find tuition costs for Lakeland University's traditional undergraduate program, as well as the Kellett School (evening/online).
Lakeland University and its partners offer a variety of different scholarship opportunities for students who meet their respective qualifications. Take a look to see what opportunities may be available to you!
The Sheboygan County Scholars program is an initiative of Lakeland University with support from the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce, leading businesses and philanthropists. The goal of the program is to retain the area's most promising young people and prepare them to assume future leadership positions within the region.
Experiential education is just what it sounds like—gain real-world knowledge and earn your degree through a variety of learning opportunities. Whether you have prior work experience, want to get work experience but have a busy schedule, or are interested in our tradition Co-Op program, there is an abundance of opportunities to get credit for your work!
Lakeland University's Admissions Staff are dedicated to providing insight, information, and advice to students and parents considering a Lakeland University education. Meet our staff and contact any of them for more information about becoming a Lakeland University Muskie!