What does it take to get in to Lakeland University? Lakeland prides itself on looking beyond the basic facts of standardized test score and high school GPA. While these figures have a place in the admissions process, it's a whole lot more than that. We seek the student who wants to learn and be a member of a community that specializes in individual attention, both academic and interpersonal.
Lakeland University accepts students on a continuing basis throughout the year. To maximize your housing selection and financial aid package, we suggest you apply early in your senior year of high school. We recommend the following high school units of college preparatory work:
English: 4 years
Math: 3-4 years
Natural Sciences: 3 years
Social Studies: 2 years
Foreign Languages: 2 years
Any additional courses in college preparatory areas
Lakeland is an innovative university that works with students to turn their goals into reality.
We value hard work, and our award-winning Cooperative Education program is providing a new way for students to earn a bachelor’s degree.
Our flexible learning options give students the freedom to:
Innovation is nothing new for LU. Since our founding in 1862, we have been a leader in finding ways to help students make their dreams come true.
An application form is available online for free, or you may contact the admissions office to have application materials sent. In addition to the free application, you must also submit official high school transcripts and either ACT or SAT scores. Upon receipt of all three items, your admissions file will be complete and ready for review.
For more information or to speak with an admissions representative about the details of your application, feel free to contact any of our admissions counselors. They are more than happy to walk you through the admissions process.