Welcome! We are excited to meet you virtually or in person! Through our virtual events, tours, and one-on-one meetings, you can learn more about becoming a Laker, discover the many academic programs and experiences we provide, and connect with an admissions representative who will help answer all of your questions.
Register to attend our virtual information sessions where you can learn more about Lake Land College and get your questions answered. You can register for one or all of the available options. All sessions are 30 minutes or less.
Hear from a Lake Land College admissions rep who will walk you step-by-step through the admissions process and answer all of your questions. Learn about what Lake Land College has to offer and why you should consider us as your school of choice. A current student will be available to share their experiences as a part of Laker nation.
Learn about the financial aid process at Lake Land College, scholarships available to students, and paying for college during this virtual session.
Hear from a faculty member in your academic area of interest. Whether you’re sure you know what you want to study or you have lots of questions, you can hear from your academic area of choice.
Zoom meeting information will be sent to registrants approximately 24 hours prior to the event.
Wonder what life is really like as a Laker? Here’s your chance to find out! We’ll have students from our various student organizations on campus answering your questions live. You can ask them anything about their experiences as Lakers – from classes, majors, student involvement or internships. Maybe you want to know what they like best about Lake Land College, or what their tips are for being a successful student. Now is your opportunity to ask!
Did you know Lake Land College offers an Honors Experience to our students? Learn about what encompasses our multifaceted Honors Experience and how to participate during this session.
To schedule an in-person campus tour, please call 217-234-5232.
For the safety of our students and staff, some buildings and classrooms will not be accessible on the tour. Walk-ins and group tours are not allowed at this time; we apologize for the inconvenience.
If you are feeling ill leading up to your scheduled campus tour, we kindly ask you to reschedule your visit.
Our top priority is the health and safety of our guests and the Laker community. The Lake Land College Return to Campus Plan outlines the following guidelines:
You have an admissions representative just for you at Lake Land College! They would love to hear from you and answer all of your Lake Land and college-bound questions. Find your admissions representative below and reach out to them by phone or email with questions.
Every year Madison marks something off her bucket list and learns a new skill, like learning how to crochet, running three miles, making cinnamon rolls from scratch, completing her master’s degree, learning how to shrill whistle, and many more. This year’s goal is to skydive!
Olivia is a 2012 alum of Lake Land College and played on the softball team. After Lake Land, she transferred to Stony Brook University where she continued her softball career and received a Bachelor of Science in Health Science. She also holds of a Master of Science in College Student Personnel Services and currently lives in Flora with her husband, Andrew. When not working, she enjoys cooking, struggling to run long distances, and being out on the lake either floating around or wakeboarding.
Her Laker softball team was the College’s first softball team to make back-to-back appearances at the NJCAA tournament and posted the first-ever undefeated conference season!
Territory: Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond, Beecher City, Cumberland, Cowden-Herrick, Charleston, Kansas, Mattoon, Neoga, Oakland, Okaw Valley, Shelbyville, Shiloh, Sullivan, Stewardson-Strasburg, and Windsor
Pam is a 1997 alum of Lake Land College with an Associate in Science in Business Administration, a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, and an Master of Science in College Student Affairs, both from Eastern Illinois University. Pam currently lives in Dieterich with her husband, Caleb, and daughters, Sloane and Saylem. During her free time, she likes to read and listen to audiobooks, loves being outside, and traveling.
Territory: Altamont, Aspire Alternative, Bridges- Lerna, Bridges- Paris, Brownstown, Casey-Westfield, Dieterich, Effingham, Faith Bible Christian Academy, Full Armor Christian Academy, Marshall, Martinsville, New Approach Alternative, Newton, North Clay, Pana, Paris, Pathways- Casey, Pathways- Effingham, Ramsey, South Central, St. Anthony, St. Elmo, and Teutopolis
Kim previously worked as the Intensive English Language instructor at Lake Land College. Before that, she worked with the Oral English Proficiency Program at Purdue University. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Arts in Literature from Eastern Illinois University. Kim has a passion for working with international students and second language learners, and prides herself on being accessible to students, whether they are potential students or those who currently attend Lake Land College.
As expected, Kim has traveled to many countries in the world, which has fostered a love for a variety of cultures. She lives in a rural area with many cats, a dog, and her son, who she is trying to teach to use chopsticks.