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Employees and Students at Lakeland Community College have been automatically enrolled in our Emergency Alerts system. This system will be used to inform you of emergency situations via phone and email. Learn more, opt-in and check on your current contact information below:
Emergency Closing Guidelines (Download PDF)
The following guidelines will be in effect if an emergency requires the closing of any Lakeland site, including Lakeland's main campus and the Holden University Center.
Information on closings will be available on:
Authorized closing information will be reported to the following television and radio stations. Any information regarding the Lakeland main campus and/or off-sites broadcast on any other radio or television station is unauthorized and might be inaccurate. The college assumes no responsibility for college closing information on any unauthorized station.
WKYC - TV 3
WCLV 90.3 FM
In the event of an emergency or severe weather, one of the following options may be taken:
The announcement that all Lakeland sites, the Lakeland main campus, Holden University Center, or Mooreland is closed means that all classes, activities and events are cancelled at the site(s) identified. This includes all special events, college offices and noncredit Continuing Education classes.
If an emergency occurs in the early morning hours, a decision to close the campus will be made prior to 6 a.m. whenever possible.
If an emergency occurs during the school day necessitating the closing of the Lakeland main campus and/or the Holden University Center or Mooreland for the remainder of the day and evening, an appropriate announcement will be reported to the authorized stations and Emergency Closing Hotline at the earliest possible time.
Lakeland Community College is closed on the following scheduled holidays and breaks. Please refer to the college calendar for details.
In accordance with Ohio's Testing Your Faith Act (O.R.C 3345.026), students may request accommodations for up to three days of absences each semester for reasons of faith, religion, spiritual belief or organized activities connected to their religious denomination, church, or other religious/spiritual organization. Learn more.