The Recruitment Center staff would like to be one of the first to welcome you to Lakeland!
Helping your high school student choose which college is the best fit is a big decision, but we are here to help with a college planning checklist for your high school junior or senior:
Lakeland Community College offers many opportunities for students of all ages to earn a degree or certificate upgrade job skills or just take a class. Whatever you decide, Lakeland's programs are designed to help you succeed.
There are many types of visitations intended to meet your needs and address your specific questions and concerns:
We offer campus tours for prospective students who have not yet made their college enrollment decision.
Tours are approximately one hour in length, starting with a brief information session followed by a walking tour of the campus.
Campus Visit Days are for high school seniors and their parents and are typically held during the spring of each academic year. These visits may include the following:
Co-sponsored by Lakeland Community College and Lake Erie College, the Lake County Fall College Fair is held in the fall on Lakeland's campus. This annual event is free and open to the public. Students are offered the opportunity to speak with personnel from participating schools and ask questions regarding programs offered at that particular college or university.
You're invited to bring your group to campus for a visit. We ask that you make your reservation four weeks in advance so that we can provide you with the best experience for your group. Groups larger than fifteen persons require one adult for every ten students to assist in monitoring the group. Adults should plan to stay with the group during the tour and presentation.
These visits may include the following:
Our recruitment staff is available to visit your school for individual, group or classroom presentations during the academic year. Presentations provide students with an overview of the programs and services that Lakeland Community College offers as well as our admission process and financial aid.
I came to Lakeland not knowing anything. I wanted to help people and I knew that I had to go to school to learn about health care. I am so happy that I did this. Lakeland changed my life. Ianny Martinez Medical Assisting
Lakeland opened the doors of opportunity for me to begin my future. Through Phi Theta Kappa I found my passion for leadership and service. Lakeland has molded me to embrace an unlimited future. Elizabeth Brassell Associate of Arts