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Lakeland University

Quick Facts

3,000 total enrollment; 700 traditional undergraduate students
Tuition and fees
Room and board
Student/faculty ratio

Lakeland is constantly innovating to create ways for students to access their education. Lakeland’s Cooperative Education program offers a unique way to earn a bachelor’s degree. LU students work in full- or part-time positions for partner companies, giving them professional work experience and wages and scholarship dollars to reduce or eliminate post-graduation debt. Lakeland offers access to online courses for students who need more flexibility due to a full schedule with work and co-curricular. Lakeland gives students access to dozens of organizations and athletic teams, including our new esports program, led by Coach Ahman Green. Go Muskies!



Teachers and coaches take the interest and time to really know you, challenge you, and prepare you to do great things. If you’re looking for a student-centered place where you can find the right major, career path, and all the opportunities and support you need to excel, come to Lakeland and be a big fish. Be a Muskie.


3,000 total enrollment; 700 traditional undergraduate students

Student/faculty ratio: 15:1


Admission requirements

At least 20 academic units of study in high school. Strongly recommended: 4 years of English, 3+ years of mathematics, 3+ years of science, 2+ years of a world language, and other college prep academic units. ACT and SAT scores are optional for admission and financial aid

How AP/IB credits are handled

The AP exam scores of 3 or better will be accepted for credit. Scores of 4 or better on all higher-level IB exams will be accepted for credit.


Lakeland has several undergraduate options, including Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Science, with our most popular majors being Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Sports Management & Leadership,
Psychology, Accounting, Biology, Computer Science, and Education. LU also offers several graduate degrees, including a Master of Arts in Counseling, a Master of Business Administration, a Master of Education, and a Master of Science in Leadership and Organizational Development.


Percentage of first-year students receiving financial aid: 99%
Rate of all full-time undergraduates receiving financial aid: 99%
For institution-specific scholarships, contact: Admissions office at 800.242.3347 or

FAFSA Code: 003854



Conference/division affiliation: Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference, NCAA Division III, National Association of Collegiate Esports

Men’s athletics

Baseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, esports, football, golf, soccer, tennis, track & field, volleyball, wrestling

Women’s athletics

Basketball, bowling, cross country, esports, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track & field, volleyball, wrestling (Women's Collegiate Wrestling Association)

Intramurals offered


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W3718 South Drive
Plymouth, WI 53073-4878 ,