See it through the eyes of a Laker!
Cheer on our Laker teams - volleyball, men's basketball, women's basketball, baseball, softball and cheerleading.
We have more than 30 clubs based on academic majors, special interests and social activities. You can also create your own club!
Compete against your fellow Lakers in intramural competitions. Weekly events are scheduled throughout the year. Check out the Laker Calendar for a schedule.
Develop your leadership skills with this series of workshops held throughout the year. Complete the Leadership Workshop Series and have it documented on your transcript as non-transferable credit.
Take a break with our fun, free weekly entertainment events. All events are held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday. Check out this semester's schedule.
SAB events are held at the Kluthe Center in Effingham each month.
Lake Land College students, faculty and staff are committed to giving back to our communities. Learn how you can earn non-transferable credit on your transcript for your volunteer efforts.
Also known as SAB, this group plans all of the fun weekly events on campus, as well as Welcome Day and Spring Carnival. Members apply and are interviewed for 13 positions.
Student Ambassadors serve as official representatives of Lake Land College at career fairs, high school visits and recruitment events. They conduct campus tours and assist with registration activities and campus events.
Serve as the official voice of the student body as a member of the Student Government Association or SGA. Members are elected to this group and work on student concerns, as well as host community service activities.
The Student Trustee is elected by the student body to serve on the Lake Land College Board of Trustees. Elections are held in the spring each year.
The Navigator is the independent student newspaper that is produced exclusively by a student staff. Positions are available in writing, editing, sales, design, photography and business.
WLKL is a student-staffed FM radio station located in the Northwest Building on campus. WLKL's primary format is alternative rock, with a mix of hits from 70s and 80s.
The Community Choir is a choir of mixed voices including students from the college as well as members of surrounding communities.