Welcome to our Virtual College! Lake Land has moved to an online environment for the rest of the spring semester. For helpful tips and resources during the Level 3 Restricted Access phase visit our COVID-19 page at https://www.lakelandcollege.edu/covid-19.
Enrolling in an online program is a great solution to balance your education, work and family life. Lake Land College has been proudly providing online courses since 1997 and was among the first in the state and nation to embrace this teaching format. At Lake Land College, you can:
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Lake Land College’s online certificate programs are your first step toward earning a degree. You can choose from 12 certificate programs that can be completely earned through online courses. Learn more.
Prepare for the career you want by earning an online associate degree from Lake Land College. You’ll learn from caring faculty members in four associate degree programs that can be completely earned through online courses. Learn more.
The online-flex associate degree programs offer a majority of the classes online with a few classes only available on campus. Build a flexible class schedule that works with you for a convenient plan to your academic goals. You can choose from 13 majors in the online-flex associate degree programs. Learn more.
Lake Land College’s online courses are an affordable option. One three credit hour class taken online at Lake Land College will cost about one fourth of the cost of a class taken online at other colleges. One of the greatest benefits to you, regardless of where you reside, is that you pay the same tuition rate for online classes as an in-district resident. We have students from across the street and across the world enrolled in our online classes.
Our online majors and courses are accredited through the Higher Learning Commission and are recognized throughout the state for quality.
Lake Land College is a member of Illinois Community Colleges Online (ILCCO) and the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (NC-SARA). Students taking online classes at Lake Land College who are from out-of-state should attempt to resolve any issues or complaints with the College first. If after following the College’s process for addressing Student Concerns and Grievances, an issue cannot be resolved internally, students may file a complaint about Lake Land College with the Illinois Community College Board or the Illinois Board of Higher Education.” If you are a student living out of the State of Illinois, you may also file your complaint with the state in which you reside (see Student Complaint Information by State).