Lakeland University's Clergy Residence Program

UCC Clergy Residence Program

The Ulrich Center at Lakeland University offers a special opportunity for UCC ministers to relax, reflect and renew. Clergy are invited to get away from routine pressures and hectic schedules and spend up to 3 days on the Lakeland University campus. Participants are not expected to prepare or present written reports or to formally speak on campus, although involvement in classroom discussions and chapel services can be arranged. Participating clergy will rest and enjoy campus housing, food, facilities and activities as our guest.

Participants are offered:

  • A residence room with a private bath in Krueger Hall.
  • Meals at no cost in the cafeteria.
  • Use of all Todd Wehr Physical Education Center facilities.
  • Use of the Esch Library (59,571 volumes, 280 periodicals, and 2,729 microfilms).
  • Attendance at and participation in a variety of university-sponsored activities (fine arts, athletics, convocations, etc.).
  • Informal contacts with faculty members and students.
  • Walking and jogging opportunities on the university's 145-acre campus (including wooded areas along the Sheboygan River).

For more information, contact Linda Bosman, Director of the Ulrich Center, at or 920-565-1023 ext. 2151.

Interested in the Ulrich Clergy Residence Program? Please fill out this form and we will be in contact with you.