Lakeland University has established innovative partnerships with the majority of Wisconsin's Technical Colleges, which provides a unique higher-education option to students.
After you earn your associates degree, there are many reasons why earning a bachelor’s degree from one of Lakeland University's seven centers makes sense:
To assist Wisconsin Technical College students in furthering their academic and career goals, Lakeland University participates in a course-to-course agreement with Wisconsin's 16 Technical Colleges. The WAICU-WTCS Course Credit Transfer Agreement is designed to ensure a smooth transfer process for WTCS students who wish to pursue a degree at Lakeland University. The fourteen courses in the agreement will satisfy general education or general degree requirements when applicable. Students are responsible for confirming that these courses transfer to their intended major by working with their academic advisor.
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Individuals who have earned a cumulative college GPA of 2.0 or higher will be considered for admission to Lakeland University. Students who have earned a cumulative college GPA of less than 2.0 may also be considered for admission if they have completed less than 30 semester hours of college work and would have been qualified for admission to Lakeland on the basis of their high school records. If official records are not on file at least one week prior to the start of Lakeland classes, students will be asked to obtain and submit unofficial copies of records and/or grade slips before being allowed to register. Registration for subsequent terms will not be allowed until the application file is complete.
The college-level work of students transferring from accredited two-year colleges or technical schools will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis. A minimum grade of "C" must be earned to receive transfer credit unless an Associate's Degree has been earned. Lakeland University accepts up to 72 semester hours of transferred credits from any combination of accredited two-year schools.