Did you know that between 300 and 350 people receive a parking ticket at Lakeland per semester?
Among those individuals, only 15 percent appeal their tickets. However, parking tickets are not only a problem among students, they are also a problem among faculty and staff.
“Some faculty and staff... READ MORE »»
Between 300 and 350 people received a parking ticket last semester.
College is not cheap. For the benefit of the students, colleges and universities offer scholarships to make higher education easier on the wallet.
Students can apply for scholarships or grants to lessen their bill by a few hundred or even thousands of dollars. Many scholarships can be renewed each... READ MORE »»
Does campus seem a little boring to you? Seems like there is nothing to do on campus? Well, Lakeland College Campus Activity Board (LC-CAB) plans events for students like comedians, field trips and much more throughout the semester.
Even though big changes have been made to the school this year, LC-CAB... READ MORE »»
Imagine being a Lakeland student who continually collects homework assignments, papers and study guides. Now envision being a parent on top of it all. It is not unusual for colleges and universities to provide daycare services on campus for their students, faculty and staff. Lakeland College was no exception... READ MORE »»
Million dollar deficit leaves playground empty of children.
Karin Miofsky, new assistant professor of criminal justice, has a doctorate in criminology and criminal justice and has a special interest in juvenile delinquency, particularly in the areas of bullying and sexting.
With the help of a few grants, Miofsky was able to delve into the complexities of sexting.
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According to dosomething.org, 33 percent of college students have
sent a nude photo to someone else.