At our main campus in rural Sheboygan County and at six additional locations throughout Wisconsin, Lakeland University is preparing 3,500 students to make a living and make a life.
Our Cooperative Education program is changing the way students earn a degree by providing academic credit for work experience with Co-Op partner companies, and scholarships/wages to help students reduce or eliminate post-graduation tuition debt. Lakeland has more than 30 majors and students benefit from generous financial aid packages, small class sizes and faculty with real world experience.
For working adults, Lakeland’s flexibility is unmatched. Our BlendEd® course format gives adult learners options on how to take their classes—face-to-face or from a variety of online selections.