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The Holden University Center of Lakeland Community College allows students to earn a bachelor's or graduate degrees from one of the program's partnering universities while staying close to home.
Cleveland State University, Franklin University, Kent State University, Lake Erie College, The University of Akron, Ursuline College, and Youngstown State University have committed to offering degree programs through the University Center of Lakeland.
Click here for a list of academic programs. Degree programs are subject to change.
The Holden University Center is conveniently located directly across the street from the entrance to Lakeland Community College, on the northwest corner of S. R. 306 and Kirtland Road in Kirtland. Courtesy shuttle busses run Monday - Friday between the Holden University Center and the clock tower on Lakeland's main campus. No shuttle service on weekends or during Summer Semester.
Holden University Center classes are taught by faculty assigned by the partnering university.
The Holden University Center of Lakeland Community College offers bachelor's completion programs and, in most cases, only upper division (junior and senior) level undergraduate courses. Admission requirements vary from institution to institution, but generally include approximately 60 hours of undergraduate coursework and/or the equivalent of an associate degree. Lakeland Community College can provide lower division coursework through its associate degree program. Contact the Lakeland Community College Counseling Office to inquire about lower level courses.
Each partner university determines its own tuition and fees. Payment is made to the university to which you have registered. Deadlines and refunds also vary according to each university's policy.
To get on a list for more information, please sign up at www.lakelandcc.edu/uc/.