Visiting Lakeland's campus is a great way to get a feel for the college and find out if Lakeland could be right for you.
We offer a variety of events for every prospective student, whether you're getting ready to graduate high school, an adult looking to retool a career or a student looking to transfer to Lakeland from another college or university.
Learn more about Lakeland and tour campus in these recurring weekly events. Each session takes about one hour.
These sessions are perfect for high school juniors, seniors and recent high school graduates who are considering Lakeland Community College.
Campus Visit Day is for all prospective students! These events are held once per semester, and cover more information than our typical weekly Campus Tour and Information Sessions.
High schoolers, their parents, adult learners, transfer and transient students are welcome to visit campus and learn about:
The next Campus Visit Day will be held in fall 2024.
Lakeland's Recruitment Center is now offering individual online appointments!
Thinking about becoming a Lakeland student but need more information? Please contact us with your questions or to set up an online appointment:
We are also happy to answer questions by phone, email, or Live Chat from our website.
These sessions focus on those students who are 25 or older and are considering enrolling at Lakeland Community College. Each sessions is designed to provide prospective students with an overview of:
We will also cover topics on the minds of many adult learners who are considering returning to school which include:
You will also have the opportunity to learn about pathways to completing a bachelor's or graduate degree through Lakeland's Holden University Center.
Registration is required!
I graduated with my associate degree from Lakeland while at the same time graduating as Valedictorian from high school. I plan to attend the Holden University Center to complete my bachelor's degree in criminal justice. Layce Artman College Credit Plus
One thing I really love about Lakeland and being in the honors program is that the teachers have small classes and they are very devoted to their students. My friends at four-year institutions are taking the same intro classes that I am, but in large lecture halls with a lot more students. Michelle Timms Associate of Arts