Lake Land College Magazine

Virtual Edition Spring 2020

My Laker Experience

I’d like to share my thoughts about Lake Land College, my experiences here as a student and what led me here. As a non-traditional student, I suppose my journey is a non-traditional journey and my story is a non-traditional story; however, my destination is the same and my story ending is every bit as happy.  Read More

Cabinet Report: Shared Vision Drives Excellence

When I came to Lake Land College in 2013, I was fortunate to join a group of people who believed in a shared vision−Engaging Minds, Changing Lives, through the Power of Learning. This statement is an extension of the “students come first” vision created by our founding fathers in 1966. It is woven into our culture and has served as the catalyst for our tremendous success and growth over the years. Read More

Lake Land Foundation Welcomes Transformation

The Lake Land College Foundation kicked off the new year by welcoming new faces to the college advancement staff and breaking ground for a new building on campus. Read More

Laker Takes Home Silver Medal at SEA Games

Australia, the United States, Thailand, China—all countries Lake Land shortstop, Oliver Dunn, has traveled to throughout his life to play baseball, easily earning him a title of international student athlete. In early December, Dunn added the Philippines to that growing list, taking the field as a member of the Thailand national baseball team at the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. Read More

Criminal Justice Alumnus Harnesses Ambition to Become Probation Officer

From carrying out crime scene investigations to issuing speeding tickets and everything in between, law enforcement and criminal justice professionals prioritize helping society reach its highest potential. Effingham County Probation Officer Taylor Davis, Laker Nation Class of 2014, followed his passion to help others transition to the next phase of their lives with the help of Lake Land College’s Criminal Justice transfer program. Read More

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Community Education Online Courses

Online learning is exponentially growing as the benefits continue to meet the needs of today’s learner. There are many advantages of online learning including flexibility, career advancement and the variety of course selections. Read More

Easing Muscle Tension at The Kluthe Center

The Kluthe Center in Effingham provides several opportunities for area residents to train for a career near home. Chloe Carson of Brownstown, Laker Nation Class of 2018, took advantage of this option and is now employed as a massage therapist at Serenity Therapeutic Massage in St. Elmo and Corrective Care Chiropractic in Vandalia. Read More

Enrolling in a Virtual Environment

Registration is now open for 2020 Summer and Fall classes. While the college is operating as a virtual campus, we have many resources available to assist you in the enrollment and registration process. Read More

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