Shopping around for college this fall? Some colleges are offering special tuition discounts, like pay for one semester and get one free. But with Lakeland's low tuition, you'll still come out ahead!
Source: Ohio Department of Higher Education, Annual Survey of Tuition and Fees, Fall 2019.
Note: Tuition for the first fall session (P1) and/or the full fall session (F) must be paid in full or the student enrolled in a Tuition Loan Payment Plan by Aug.14, 2020. Tuition for the second fall session (P2) is due Oct. 17, 2020. When registering for multiple sessions, the earliest tuition due date applies.
Registered students are eligible to borrow Chromebooks to assist in remote-learning courses. Learn more about reserving a Chromebook here.
Apply for scholarships to help pay for college!
Life is hard right now. We're here to make it easier.
With all the challenges students are facing due to Coronavirus, Lakeland is here to make your college experience easier. Students enrolled for fall semester 2020 will benefit from:
- Affordable tuition (lower than CSU's 2 for 1 tuition promise)
- No application fee
- Up to $500 free money for technology
- Free money for food, child care and health care (average award is $750)
It's easy to apply to Lakeland and for free financial assistance.
Now more than ever, opportunity starts here!
Counseling and Advising appointments are being held over the phone only. To make an appointment call 440.525.7200.
COVID-19 Updates and Fall Semester Plans
Over 500 traditional in-person classes are available for fall semester. This represents 39% of the college's total course offerings. In-person classes can be found by searching the college's online class schedule at lakelandcc.edu/schedule with "lecture" as the schedule type.
The safety and well-being of our students and employees is our top priority. The guiding principles of the college's "Lakeland Smart, Safe, Strong" task force are to: follow guidance from federal, state and local health experts (Lakeland Smart); accept social responsibility for the safety of ourselves and others (Lakeland Safe); and adapt to change with empathy and creativity (Lakeland Strong).
Students interested in registering for fall semester must to do so online. The Student Service Center and Admissions office will be operating remotely for the remainder of spring semester.
Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
For any questions about enrollment, the test center, or registration for classes, email firstname.lastname@example.org.