Lakeland College

Kohler Intern Housing Agreement

Lakeland College has agreed to provide its residence hall facilities to Interns of the Kohler Company within the following date range: June 1, 2015 to August 8, 2015

The housing agreement is between the "Intern" sponsored by Kohler Company and Lakeland College. The undersigned hereafter referred to as "Intern" and Lakeland College hereafter referred to as the "College", agree to the following fees and conditions regarding the "Intern's" stay at "College".

The Intern acknowledges the housing provided is dormitory style. If the Intern selects a double room, another Intern may occupy their sleeping facilities. If the Intern selects a single room, the sleeping facilities will not be shared. Whether the selection is a double or single room, kitchen and bathroom facilities are shared within the apartment. Linens, consisting of bed linens, towels, washcloths and pillows are provided. The washing of linens during the time of stay is the responsibility of the Intern. Laundry facilities are available in each building. Rooms are equipped with free internet and cable television services. Rooms do not have phones. Interns may use the College's gym and wellness center free of charge.

  • Check-In Time is no earlier than 3:00 p.m. on the day of arrival. Interns should go to the front desk at the lower level of the Campus Center to check in.
  • Check-Out Time is no later than 12:00 p.m. or Noon. Check-Out must be prearranged through the residence hall office. A residence hall staff member will come to the room to check-out the occupant.

It is the intention of the College to house Interns with other Interns, though depending upon enrollment or summer programs, students or other guests may occupy other apartments in a building. Reservations for Summer 2015 will be taken until May 1, 2015, after that date, the College cannot guarantee room availability.

Room Rates

Rates for housing are as follows:

Single Room with Linens: $80.00 per week, per person
Double Room with Linens: $55.00 per week, per person

Early arrivals will be charged the current daily single or double room with linen rates. A $200.00 deposit per person to Lakeland College at the time of application is required to hold your reservation.

Board Rates

The College's food service offers meals throughout the period noted above. Each meal is a flat rate with discounts for purchased meal plans. All meals are cafeteria style allowing the Intern to return for more food. Special dietary needs are accommodated.

Meals can be purchased on a per meal basis at the prices listed below:

Breakfast (7-8am) $6.00/person
Lunch (11am – 1pm) $8.50/person
Dinner (4:30-6pm) $10.50/person

Meal Plans allow an individual to purchase a number of meals in advance. The specifics and rates for the weekly meal plans are as follows:

  • 10 Meals per Week Plan is $85.00.
  • 5 Meals per Week Plan is $42.00.

Meals purchased and not used by August 8th shall be forfeited. Multiple weeks of meals may be purchased at one time.

Each Intern is required to complete and sign this housing contract agreeing to its financial obligations and adherence to the College's policies and procedures. A $200.00 deposit per person is due to Lakeland College at the time of application is required to hold your reservation. Cancellation prior to May 1, 2014 will result in a refund of your deposit. The Intern is responsible for any and all damages done to College property. Any damage charges will be itemized and applied against the deposit. If the deposit is insufficient, damages will be billed to the Intern. Pre-payment shall be made prior to each week of stay. Interns are to make weekly payments to the College the Friday prior to the next week of stay. Provisions for alternative housing will be made by the College if building maintenance requires relocation.

  1. The Intern will use and occupy the facilities for the exclusive purpose of residential living at the College while participating in an internship at Kohler Company. The Intern may reside at the College two days prior to commencement of their internship and two days post internship.
  2. The Intern will conform to and comply with all applicable municipal, county, state, and federal ordinances, laws, rules and regulations in using the facilities, and will not use the facilities so as to create any nuisance. The Intern shall comply with rules of conduct and safety promulgated by the College.
  3. The College reserves the right to have College officials enter any portion of the premises used by the Intern and eject any objectionable person or persons from College property.
  4. The Intern agrees not to deface College premises in any way such as by driving nails or screws into walls, marking or painting any surface, or making any alterations to any doors or windows, etc.
  5. The Intern agrees to pay any and all damages to College property due to the actions of the intern or individuals associated with the Intern.
  6. The Intern agrees not to assign its rights to use College property to any other group or individual.
  7. This agreement will bind both the Intern and the College to the contractual tenets contained herein for housing.
  8. This agreement will bind both the Intern and the College and, except as above provided, may be cancelled by either party only upon the giving of written notice seven (7) days prior to the date of the occupancy or termination.
  9. The performance of this agreement by either party is subject to acts of God, war, government regulations, disaster, strikes, civil disorder, curtailment of transportation facilities, or other emergency making it inadvisable, illegal, or impossible to provide the facilities to house the interns. It is provided that this agreement may be terminated for any one or more of such reasons by written notice from one party to the other.
Intern Information

If I do not stay for the length of my contract, I will lose the $200.00 security deposit. Any questions about the application or other clarifications should be directed to the Residence Life Office located in the Campus Center or by calling 920-565-1000.

It is understood that under this agreement, the College provides its facilities to the Intern under the terms and conditions stated, that there is no agency relationship between the parties, and that except for the obligations contained herein, the parties are independent of one another. The agreement supersedes any other oral or written agreements. This Agreement must be signed and returned to the Director of Residence Life, no later than May 1, 2015.

Music Open House RSVP

Tuesday, January 13; 7 to 8:30 p.m. – OPEN HOUSE: See what our music program is all about! For high school students, directors, music teachers, parents.

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Family & Community Weekend

Join us Sept. 19-21 for three days of a variety of Lakeland activities, food and fun. Saturday, after enjoying some Muskies athletics, join us for dinner on the south lawn of the Campus Center as three bands will perform and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center Culinary Car will be on display.

Schedule of Events

Friday, Sept. 19

  • 4 p.m. - Women's tennis vs. Mount Mary (at Sports Core, Kohler)
  • 4 p.m. - Men's soccer JV vs. Concordia, Wis., soccer field
  • 4:30 p.m. - Lakeland College Art Faculty Exhibit Opening Reception, Bradley Gallery
  • 7:30 p.m. - Comedian Jay Harris, Campus Pub

Saturday, Sept. 20

  • 11 a.m.-1 p.m. - Brunch available in Bossard Hall, Younger Family Campus Center. $8 per person (Lakeland students swipe your card).
  • 1 p.m. - Football vs. Hope College, Taylor Field
  • 1 p.m. - Men's soccer vs. Rockford College, soccer field
  • 3 p.m. - Women soccer vs. UW-Superior, soccer field
  • 4-7 p.m. – John Michael Kohler Arts Center and Lakeshore Technical College Culinary Art Car
  • 4-7 p.m. - Dinner on Campus Center south lawn, with music by:

Dinner menu: All-you-can-eat taco bar, including seasoned beef, chicken fajitas with fresh peppers, refried and black beans, two kinds of rice, salsa, guacamole and all the fixings. $8.50 per person (Lakeland students swipe your card). Full cash bar will also be available.

Sunday, Sept. 21

  • 10:30 a.m. - Chapel service, Ley Chapel
  • 11 a.m. - Women's tennis vs. Lawrence (at Sports Core, Kohler)
  • Noon - Packers vs. Detroit Lions Pub party with snacks

Music Auditions

Come Visit our Campus!

Tuesday, January 13; 7 to 8:30 p.m. – OPEN HOUSE: See what our music program is all about!
For high school students, directors, music teachers, parents. RSVP for the open house.

Learn about the audition process, requirements, financial aid, what it means to study music in college and much, much more!

Music Department Admission and Scholarship Auditions

  • Friday, January 16; 1 to 4 p.m. & Friday, February 13; 1 to 4 p.m.
    COME EARLY! We have opportunities available to visit our classes and ensembles: music theory lab, music appreciation, accompanying or concert band rehearsal
  • Thursday, January 29; 6 to 9 p.m.
    COME EARLY! We have opportunities available to visit our classes and ensembles: music history, composition and concert choir rehearsal

Music Department Admission Auditions

  • Saturday, February 21; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Friday, May 8; 1 to 4 p.m.

Additional Information

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Audition Requirements

WOODWINDS, BRASS, AND STRINGS

  1. Play two contrasting pieces. Use the WSMA Class A solo lists (or equivalent) or the WSMA State Honors Audition etudes as a guideline. The pieces do not have to be performed with accompaniment, and they do not need to be memorized. If you would like to play accompanied for your audition, you must bring your own accompanist. If you play unaccompanied or without accompaniment there is no penalty. Pieces should not be more than 5 to 7 minutes each, make cuts as appropriate in larger works. In the event of multi-movement works, please select one movement.
  2. Scales, please be prepared to play major and chromatic scales from memory to demonstrate range, intonation and technique.
  3. There may be sightreading as part of your audition.

PERCUSSION

  1. Play two contrasting pieces or etudes, using different implements. You may choose from snare/parade drum, timpani, or mallets (marimba or xylophone). Use the WSMA Class A solo lists (or equivalent) or the WSMA State Honors Audition etudes as a guideline. In the event of multi-movement works, please select one movement.
  2. Scales, please be prepared to play major and chromatic scales from memory on the marimba to demonstrate technique.
  3. There may be sightreading as part of your audition.
  4. OPTIONAL: If you are considering playing in the pep band, jazz ensemble or being a part of the pit orchestras for musicals, you can (in addition to steps 1, 2 and 3) audition on drum set – please be prepared to play at least 16 measures of "time" in at least two different styles (basic swing in four, heavy rock in four, slow jazz waltz in three, Latin groove clave 3-2, etc.).

PIANO

Three contrasting pieces, performed by memory:

  1. A sonata movement by Haydn, Mozart, or Beethoven
    OR
    A Baroque-era work for solo piano (examples: Scarlatti Sonata; Bach Prelude and Fugue)
  2. Two works from among the following
    • A major Romantic work for solo piano
    • A major work for solo piano by Debussy or Ravel
    • A work for solo piano written by a twentieth-century composer
    • A jazz piano piece
    • A solo improvisation

VOICE

  1. Sing two memorized contrasting classical art songs (one may be in a foreign language). Solos may be taken from the WSMA Solo/Ensemble List or equivalent.
  2. The audition may include testing of range, vocal timbre, flexibility, and sight-reading.
  3. All voice auditions MUST be accompanied. PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR ACCOMPANIST INFORMATION. Please bring three copies of your prepared music.

ORGAN

  1. A Baroque organ piece such as a J.S. Bach Prelude and Fugue
  2. A contrasting 19th or 20th century work.
  3. A hymn

GUITAR

Accompanist Requirements

Vocal auditions require an accompanist. Pre-recorded accompaniments are not allowed. Students are advised to bring their own accompanist for their vocal audition. However, in the event the student does not have an accompanist, the Department of Music will provide one upon request, at no charge. Students who require an accompanist must mail or email legible copies of their music to the Department of Music. Music must arrive no later than the deadlines listed below (two weeks prior to each audition date). If the deadline is not met, the accompanist may not play for the audition.

Audition Dates and Sheet Music Deadlines
January 16, 2015 - sheet music due by January 2, 2015
January 29, 2015 - sheet music due by January 15, 2015
February 13, 2015 - sheet music due by January 30, 2015
February 21, 2015 - sheet music due by February 6, 2015
May 8, 2015 – sheet music due by April 24, 2015

Students who have requested an accompanist will be assigned a brief rehearsal time with the accompanist prior to the audition.

Please send your audition music (must be legible copies) to the address below:

Mailing address
Attn: Dr. Arthur Johnson
Associate Professor of Music
Lakeland College
PO Box 359
Sheboygan, WI 53082-0359
Email:
Subject: (Last Name) Audition Music

Admission Process

  1. Application to Lakeland for admission to the College. (lakeland.edu/apply or call 1-800-569-2166)
  2. Application to the Music Department for Audition and Acceptance as a music major/minor and/or music scholarships (lakeland.edu/auditions)
  3. Audition on campus for the music major/minor (January 16, January 29, February 13, February 21 or May 8) and/or music scholarships (January 16, January 29, February 13)
  4. Register for courses via SEED Days in the summer
  5. Attend Lakeland College, this coming Fall of 2015! Welcome!

FAQs

Q: Are scholarship auditions the same as entrance (music major/minor) auditions?
A: Yes, they are. We have to hold scholarship auditions early (cut-off date is February 15) as our financial aid and scholarship department need to make decisions on awards by March 1. Scholarship money is competitive.

Q: I don't plan to major in music at Lakeland, do I have to audition if I just want to play in band or choir?
A: No. If you want to play in band or choir as a non-music major/minor, we have a spot for you, and placement auditions/hearings for ensembles typically take place the first few days of classes. However, if you want to be considered for a scholarship (even available to non-music majors/minors) you MUST audition.

Q: What should I prepare for my audition?
A: Take a look at the tab for "Audition Requirements" – typically if you have participated in solo/ensemble in your high school experience, you will have the materials and repertoire necessary for a successful audition.

Q: How long are auditions?
A: Auditions are about 20 minutes in length, you'll want to arrive early to Lakeland and the Verhulst Music Building to warm-up and be comfortable. We'll have you play/sing/perform for the faculty, and there will be time after your audition performance to ask questions.

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For piano questions: Dr. Johnson, 920-565-1000 x2297,
For instrumental/band questions: Dr. Werner, 920-565-1000 x2304,
For vocal/choral questions: Dr. Black, 920-565-1000 x2294,

Lakeland Choirs

Singing in a Lakeland choral ensemble is an amazing way to make new friends, make beautiful music with others and make your Lakeland experience richer.

One of the best things about choir is that everyone can participate. Choir is a place where people training to sing opera to those who sing with the radio-and everyone in between-can come together and make something remarkable that no one could do alone.

At Lakeland, singing in a choir doesn't require an amazing voice, any prior experience (though we love experienced singers) or the ability to read music (we will teach you). We meet all of our singers where they are and, with the training we provide, everyone who participates will have the opportunity to make music at a high level.

If you’re interested, sign up for a choral placement hearing, and read more about our two choirs and what to expect at your choral placement date!

About the Choral Placement

The choral placement will take place on August 24 or 25. Students will sign up for a six-minute time period in which they will demonstrate the things below. Remember, this is not an audition! Everyone who wants to sing in a choir at Lakeland will be placed in an ensemble.View expectations and examples for choral placement.

  1. Sing something - Some voices are louder, some are softer. Some voices are brighter, some are darker. This is your time to demonstrate your singing so that we can hear the characteristics of your voice. You can sing anything you like (art song, aria, folk song, hymn, or musical theatre piece) but don’t worry if you don’t have any pieces prepared— we will have copies of “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” and “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” in case you want to sing one of those. We will have a pianist to play sheet music for you but please bring a copy for him/her to play from and remember that he/she will be sightreading (don’t bring anything with a difficult piano part or don’t expect it to be played note-for-note!).
  2. Tonal Memory - The pianist will play a few notes on the piano, you sing them back on any syllable you like (e.g. “la,” “noo,” etc.), as accurately as possible. There will be a series of short passages and they will get a little more difficult each time.
  3. Sight-reading - Music literacy is important but not a prerequisite for singing in choir so don’t be scared if sight-reading is “not your thing.” In fact, we will work on literacy all year long but it’s helpful to know more about your reading level presently. We will have some examples of melodies for you to read in ascending order of difficulty. If you do well on one, we will move to the next one. All examples are very short. View examples of sight singing excerpts.
  4. Range check - We will ask you to sing a few short vocal exercises that will slowly move higher and then lower so that we can find the end-points of your vocal range and the “sweet spot” (where your voice sounds the best, also known as a tessitura).

Choral Policies and Expectations

Attendance and Grading

  1. Since choral ensembles are class-participation, performance-oriented courses, the expectation for each ensemble member is to attend all rehearsals and performances and become an expert on the semester’s repertoire.
  2. Courtesy dictates that the conductor be notified of all absences in advance by emailing or calling. Each ensemble member will be allowed a total of four absences during the semester. Each absence above four will lower the grade one full letter. Eight absences will cause dismissal from the Lakeland College ensemble with a failing grade.
  3. In order for choral ensembles to function at optimum levels and maximize each student’s experience, some regular individual practice outside of the normal rehearsal schedule will be expected. In order to assist students to focus attention on specific difficulties in the repertoire, assignments with performance exams may be made at the director’s discretion.

Apparel and Folders

  1. Each ensemble has its own requirement with regard to concert attire. Singers are required to obtain (purchase, rent, borrow) the specific concert attire.
  2. Singers in all choral ensembles will obtain a black folder as assigned by the conductor of the ensemble.

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The Lakeland Choir

Tuesday/Thursday 13th hour (4:00-5:20 PM), Friday 9th hour (2:30-3:25 PM)

The Lakeland College Choir is an elite mixed-voice choir made up of the most skilled singers at Lakeland. In addition to performing on-campus concerts throughout the year, The Lakeland Choir showcases Lakeland’s choral program by singing at local schools and churches, and by touring each spring. Membership is open to all Lakeland students with instructor approval and music-reading skills are highly valued. Although there are no prerequisites for the class, students who have sung in Chorale will have acquired the skills they need to be successful in The Lakeland Choir. The Choir performs choral literature from all time periods and students will be asked to display the highest level of musicianship. MUS 235 The Lakeland Choir may be taken as often as desired for credit. Offered fall and spring. Prerequisite: Instructor approval.

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Chorale

Monday/Wednesday 12th hour (4:05-5:00 PM)

Chorale is open to all students, faculty, and staff. No experience is necessary and there is no formal audition. Just bring your voice, your ears, and your brain! Singers will learn basic vocal technique as well as literacy skills (sight-reading). Chorale presents three concerts on campus each year and accessible literature across genres, time periods, and languages will be studied and performed. MUS 236 Chorale may be taken as often as desired for credit. Offered fall and spring.

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  • PHONE: 1 (800) 569-2166
    FAX: 920-565-1062
  • MAIL: PO Box 359, Sheboygan, WI 53082-0359
  • DIRECTIONS: W3718 South Drive Plymouth, WI 53073-4878

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