Accepted Student Day
As a student who has been admitted to Lakeland College, we invite you to come to campus on FRIDAY, APRIL 11 for a firsthand, in-depth look at what it would mean for you to become a Lakeland College Muskie.
This exclusive opportunity will include:
- A conversation with Lakeland College President Dan Eck
- A panel of alumni providing insight into what Lakeland has meant to them
- An opportunity to check out non-academic activities on campus
- A class with current students
A group session with fellow accepted students, to explore skills needed to help you succeed in Lakeland’s liberal arts curriculum.
As you contemplate the important question of where to pursue your bachelor's degree, we want to help you understand what a Lakeland College education is really all about. For over 150 years, students have found a Lakeland College education to be invaluable.
We look forward to showing you why on April 11. Please RSVP by April 7.
Accepted-Student Day Schedule
10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Welcome Reception and Address
10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Alumni Panel (Laun Center)
11 a.m. to 11:40 a.m
Choice of 1) campus tour, 2) meeting with an athletic coach or 3) an extracurricular showcase
11:40 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Lunch (Bossard Hall)
12:20 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.
Class (sit in on a class of your choosing, with current students)
View Class Descriptions
ART 246/267- Painting I and Watercolor I
Introductory courses in the application of oil painting and watercolor mediums. Techniques involving color theories, value studies, master copies, limited palette exercises are explored, culminating with a full-palette final assignment.
BIO 262- Genetics
A study of the genetic basis for life and the laws that govern heredity. Topics will include Mendelian and non-Mendelian, inheritance, chromosome theory and organization, DNA replication, transcription, translation, mutation, chromosome rearrangements, gene regulation and the cell cycle as it relates to cancer.
BIO 342- Invertebrate Zoology and Parasitology
An advanced study of the invertebrates, including parasitic and non-parasitic. Morphology, life cycles, epidemiology, pathology and symptomology. The main emphasis is invertebrate ecology, and in particular, its relationship to humans.
CHI 102- Elementary Chinese II
Exploration of the Chinese language, culture and geography with special emphasis on the acquisition of speaking skills.
COM 370- New Media and Communication
Students in this course will learn about contemporary research in social media and apply strategies for effective social media use and visibility in a series of group and individual projects.
COM 111- Fundamentals of Public Speaking
As the study and application of the basic techniques of researching, constructing and delivering a speech, this course helps students develop these skills through classroom performances on a variety of speaking topics in various situations.
CRJ 242- Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice
The nature, definition, etiology and extent of juvenile delinquency; the structure and format of the juvenile justice system; and alternative programs, policies and goals of intervention.
SPA 180- Special Topics in Spanish – Basic Spanish for Business
This introductory course helps students to develop pragmatic, real-world language skills for using Spanish in a business environment. Students will learn to communicate appropriately in real-life business situations through communicative activities and by working with a variety of authentic workplace-related tests. In addition to basic Spanish pronunciation and thematically-related phrases and vocabulary, the course will introduce students to the culture of and business within the Hispanic world.
1:25 p.m. to 2:20 p.m.
Learning Session with Jen Siebert
2:20 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Closing Reception (Laun Center)