Lake Land College is a comprehensive community college offering a broad range of programs. Lake Land offers transfer degrees, allowing students to complete their first two years of college-level coursework at Lake Land before continuing their education at a four-year college or university. Lake Land also offers certificate programs and degrees, which allow students to directly prepare for the workplace.
Lake Land College holds many advantages over four-year universities, including lower costs, smaller class sizes, and a greater degree of flexibility. For students in one of our many transfer programs, Lake Land provides a specialized, low cost alternative to their first two years of academic study.
Lake Land College, located in East Central Illinois, offers students the experience of small town living but with the amenities of big city life just a short drive away. The college campus is approximately 150 miles south of Chicago, Illinois; 125 miles northeast of St. Louis, Missouri; and about 100 miles west of Indianapolis, Indiana. Two major interstate highways, I-57 and I-70, intersect in the district. AmTrak passenger rail service, Greyhound bus service, and a small airport offer more transportation possibilities.
These cost estimates are based on full-time enrollment (12 credit hours per semester) for the fall and spring semesters.
* Tuition charges and fees effective Fall 2016. Note: The Board of Trustees reserves the right to change tuition and fees without notice.
* Health insurance coverage is mandatory for all international students.
International student will pay tuition at the out-of-state rate, which is $447.16 per credit hour. International students are not eligible for federal financial aid and should expect to pay this amount per year of study. Once enrolled at Lake Land College, international students are eligible for scholarships available to all students through the Lake Land College Foundation.
Tuition and fees are due at the midterm of the each semester. A small finance charge per week is applied to any unpaid portion past the due date. The college accepts cash, checks, and credit cards for payments made in person.
The Intensive English Language Program provides beginning, intermediate and advanced instruction in reading, writing, and speaking. Students at the beginning and intermediate levels will be enrolled full-time in the program. Advanced level students may be co-enrolled in a limited number of regular college courses. Students applying for admission to the IELP will be assigned to the appropriate level based on placement testing prior to registration and enrollment.
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