Supporting All Women at Lakeland

We pride ourselves on our non-judgement atmosphere which helps students feel less scared or alone while going to college. We help students gain resources, connections, skills and support needed to meet educational goals.

The Women's Center is an in-person and virtual community. On campus we have a colorful and welcoming center in A-2110. We are happy to reach out virtually via phone, email, text or video (Webex).

Feel free to follow our social media (Facebook and Instagram). Contact us for support, a chat or to learn about events. Even better, visit us on campus in Room A-2110 to learn more about the Lakeland Women's Center. 

Are you a:

  • Woman in transition looking for a new direction?
  • Young woman just starting college?
  • Single mother wanting to provide a better life for your children?
  • Married woman balancing school with household and family?
  • First generation college student unsure about how to proceed on campus?
  • Woman seeking a second chance?

Here's how the Women's Center can support you.


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Nikkia Nikkia has always been drawn to social work, ever since being a kid in the foster care system. She is really excited to have finally made her way to college; she started at Lakeland seeking a Human Services degree. "At the end of my life, I want to look back and feel that I accomplished something, and did not just coast through life." Nikkia

Kristel Kristel attended Lakeland as a College Credit Plus (CCP) student, getting all her associate level college credits while in high school. She continued her education, transferring to The Ohio State University in Columbus. Her ultimate goal is to become a pediatric neurosurgeon. Kristel

Deanna "There are so many things you can do in the field but I want to be in advocacy for children," she says, "as a voice for the voiceless," says Deanna. She urges students to get involved in college and use all of the resources that are available. Her favorite Lakeland experience was being a part of the alternative spring break which involved three days of volunteering. She says, "It has been wonderful to be a part of a college that loves community!" Deanna

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