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?
Gain valuable leadership training with the Student Life leadership training options! Leadership workshops are open to all Lake Land College students. Students are encouraged to take advantage of both leadership training options. Some offerings will overlap making it easier to complete both programs.
Develop your leadership skills with these free workshops that are scheduled throughout the year by Student Life. Workshops are open to all students and are a great opportunity to build knowledge and skills for your future. If you attend four or more sessions throughout the school year, you can earn documentation on your transcript. Credits are not transferable but serve as evidence of completion and will be viewed favorably by transfer institutions, scholarships committees, and future employers. All workshops are held in the Luther Student Center Theater.
This honor society offers you the opportunity to join a nationally recognized organization that provides access to some of the country’s top leaders. There is an application process for this leadership opportunity. You may either apply or be invited to join and there are membership dues.
NSLS, Sigmi Alpha Pi, is the largest collegiate leadership honor society in the U.S. with nearly 500 chapters and more than 525,000 members nationwide. Membership is available to a limited number of students. In addition to honoring excellence, NSLS provides members access to a five-step leadership program on campus. During this process, you will develop skills that will give you success beyond the classroom. The programming offered will give you access to education from some of America’s top leaders including Rudy Giuliani, Arianna Huffington, Common, Carly Fiorina, and many others. There are also scholarship and other awards available. As an active member, you will have to pay membership dues. Visit www.societyleadership.org for more information.