The Lake Land College Student Life Office is fully operating during the pandemic. All of our services and events can be accessed virtually, and our offices will physically open on a limited schedule. Please email or call ahead before visiting our office. If you are a current student, we are using the “Laker Point Online” course in Canvas to keep you up-to-date on virtual events and offerings. You can also follow us on Facebook: “Lake Land College Student Activity Board,” “Lake Land College Student Government Association,” and “Lake Land College Navigator News.”
How can I contact a Student Life staff member or student leader from SAB, SGA, NSLS, Student Trustee, or the Navigator News?
The Student Life Office now has a cell phone you can text or call with questions and we can also get you in touch with student leaders as needed. That number is 217-460-8554.
What other ways can I contact the Student Life Office?
Students are encouraged to use the cell phone number (217-460-8554) or email for the quickest response. The Student Life email addresses are:
You can also call our office phone and leave a voicemail if there is no answer. That number is 217-234-5277.
How will clubs be organized during the pandemic? What if I want more information on starting a new club or joining an existing club?
Student clubs will be functioning in the virtual environment and having their meetings through programs such as Zoom. Some clubs are also meeting in person following the college’s COVID-19 guidelines. Please text the Student Life cell phone listed above or email Marlene Meek (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information on how to start or join a club.
What will SGA, SAB, NSLS, and Navigator News meetings/events look like during the pandemic?
We have more than 30 clubs based on academic majors, special interests and social activities. You can also create your own club!
Active minds is a national leader for young adult mental health advocacy and suicide prevention.
The Ag Business and Production Club makes students aware of job opportunities available in ag business and production within our area.
Ag transfer students are provided with an opportunity to learn about four year college transfer programs and job opportunities available. Students belonging to this club are generally transfer oriented.
The purpose of this club is to encourage higher academic standards and foster a deeper sense of community to Lake Land art students and additional members of the Art Club; to promote good will between faculty and students; to provide a means of equal opportunity for each student to express his/her opinion (all opinions shall be heard); to participate in field trips associated with the arts; to promote the arts in the Lake Land community and abroad; to develop intellectual exchange between students on a social, technical and conceptual level concerning art and their education within the arts; to provide social activities for members of the club; to organize, curate and exhibit artwork from members of the club; to organize, curate and exhibit artwork from visiting artists/groups; and to have knowledgeable persons speak and/or demonstrate techniques in the arts.
The Automotive Technology Club is designed for students interested in an automotive career. Members learn and promote automotive safety.
The Broadcasting Club provides students an opportunity to become involved in the operation of the student ran radio station, WLKL, 89.9 FM. Through live remotes and other on-air activities, members can gain experience with both on campus and off campus activities. Students also can attend broadcast conferences, assist with various fund raising endeavors, and help with philanthropic events throughout the academic year. All students, regardless of their major, are welcome to join!
Club I.T. works to promote the information technology curriculum throughout Lake Land. The club also sponsors several social events during the school year.
The purpose of the club is to provide:
This club will provide peer support and networking for student veterans and their families.
A club for non-traditional students.
C.S.I. is affiliated with the National Organization, C.S.I. The club promotes construction leadership and an interest and understanding in construction occupations.
The purpose of the Cosmetology Club is to further the study and interest in the art and science of cosmetology. Various events relating to cosmetology are scheduled throughout the year.
The purpose of the Lake Land Criminal Justice Club shall be to aid in the success, attitude, and training of criminal justice majors. Membership into the Criminal Justice Club shall be open to all current Lake Land College students, faculty, and other supporters regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, and/or age.
The purpose of this organization shall be to promote interest and physical participation in Dagorhir, a nationwide reenactment that facilitates elements of medieval combat along with aspects of medieval studies of art and craftsmanship. This organization shall do so by providing a wide variety of programs and activities to help educate the students of Lake Land College as well as the surrounding community. While the main aspect of Dagorhir is reenacting, this all inclusive group is dedicated to educate and offer socialization, as well as a healthy physical activity.
Goals of this club include the encouragement of higher academic standards for early childhood, social activities for ECE and Family Services students, as well as to provide service through planned activities and events geared toward educating children, family and community.
This club promotes interest and greater concern for the environment by providing awareness of environmental issues on campus and in surrounding communities and by providing opportunities for concerned students to become involved in projects which will benefit the environment.
The objectives of the Future Educators of America are to promote interest in and knowledge about the teaching profession, to provide fellowship among students, faculty, and community professionals, and to provide opportunities for future educators to develop professional skills through experiential learning.
The Future Electronics Technicians Club was established so that students could participate in activities outside the classroom, such as, trips to engineering shows, local manufacturing facilities, picnics and club projects (robot wars or electronic competitions).
The objectives of the Horticulture Club are to promote awareness of horticulture and landscaping on campus and in the community as well as to promote more interest and greater concern for the environment as it relates to modern horticulture. Projects include landscape around the West Building, field trips to trade shows and working in the College greenhouses.
This club provides students an opportunity to get involved in fund-raising and direct service activities for area agencies and groups who help others. Each semester, club members decide on the activities that they want to do as well as the agencies they will donate to. Activities can include: give-a-ways, bake sales, car washes, selling (candles, home decor, bake goods etc), donating time to schools, soup kitchens, Special Olympics etc. Past recipients include: Habitat for Humanity, Project Help, Lincoln Land Make-A-Wish Foundation, American Red Cross and many more agencies in Lake Land College district. The Human Service Club is all about helping people. All students are welcome to join.
ITA is designed for students in industrial maintenance, mechanical/electrical, computer-aided design and computer integrated manufacturing technology programs. The club seeks to promote interest in the field of manufacturing through field trips and activities for students with related interests.
This club aims: to consolidate and promote a mutual understanding among international students; to promote a better understanding and stronger ties with the American community; to promote a better understanding with students and other student organizations in and around the College; and help incoming international students better adjust to life at Lake Land.
Laker Christian Fellowship (LCF) exists to help create a space for students to connect, encourage one another, and study the Bible. Each week LCF hosts a Bible Study and coordinates other activities as schedules allow.
The Nursing Club activities center around the fundamentals of the nursing field and profession.
PTK is an international honorary society for the two year college that concentrates on scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship. Students are invited to join PTK after completing 12 semester hours if they are degree seeking and have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. Members must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.25 of higher once they have become members.
The Physical Therapist Assistant Club provides a mean by which PTA students can express their opinions and create a channel for networking among members. It promotes interest in the Physical Therapy field and provides social activities for the members.
Membership is open to any agriculture student. The objectives of this organization are: to provide opportunities for individual growth, leadership and career preparation among the students of agriculture; to provide an opportunity for developing leadership abilities through participation in the employment experience programs, course work, and organization activities for Lake Land College agriculture students; to provide an opportunity for Lake Land College agriculture students to participate in state and national PAS Organization leadership events and activities; to promote better student-faculty and student-student relationships; and to promote a higher scholastic standard among the students of agriculture.
PRIDE is the LGBT+ student club dedicated to promoting understanding and equality for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender + community.
The Renewable Energy Club’s objective is to engage and encourage higher academic standards and better attitudes of renewable energy students.
The Spanish Club provides opportunities for students to engage with a community of peers who share a common interest in the Spanish language and the diverse cultures of the Spanish speaking world.
This club seeks to increase disability awareness and provide a supportive network for students with disabilities.
The purpose of the theater club is to advocate the education and expression of the arts locally and elsewhere.
The club seeks to promote interest in the field of welding and manufacturing through field trips and activities for students with related interests.