Old Main

Old Main

Old Main has been the symbol of Lakeland College since 1888. Of course, the building has gone through a number of renovations over the years, most recently in the mid-90s. All four floors now house academic classrooms. In addition, The fourth floor houses the Hayssen Learning Resource Center.
Nash Center

Nash Center

Originally built in 1924 as a residence for then-president Dr. J.M.C. Darms, the Nash Center is Lakeland's welcoming center for prospective students and guests. Renovated in 2000, Nash is the home of Lakeland's admissions staff, and includes a first-floor conference room and smaller interview rooms where prospective students and their parents to talk with Lakeland staff.
William A. Krueger Hall

William A. Krueger Hall

Originally built in 1917 as a men's residence facility, Wm. Krueger Hall today is the backbone of Lakeland College. In the lower level you'll find HR and a few offices. Financial aid, registrar and business operations offices are on the first floor; administration offices are on the second floor; and the third floor has faculty offices and academic support services. The fourth floor houses the college's senior administration offices, including the president's office.
Esch Library

Esch Library

The John H. Esch Library houses the college's research collections, large reading rooms, periodical shelves, and a large computer-aided external research facility. The office of the director of libraries is located here, as well as an office and conference room for the Mission House Center for Theological Study. And it's super quiet, so it's a great place to study.
Younger Family Campus Center

Younger Family Campus Center

The Younger Family Campus Center is where you'll find student life, residence life and campus security offices; the Student Activities Board office; student mailboxes; Campus Information Desk; the Pub; The Daily Grind coffee shop and a spacious student lounge on the first level, and the campus dining room (Bossard Hall), food service facilities, and the Muskie Mart convenience store on the second floor. Try the Muskie Burger, it's awesome!
Laun Center

Laun Center

The Harold G. Laun Center for Business and Technology is the most technologically advantaged building on campus, providing great support for business administration division classes held here. The building houses business department faculty offices, classrooms/seminar rooms and several computer labs. In addition, conference facilities - including a large dining room, presentation spaces, and breakout rooms - are open to area business and organizational use.
Lucius P. Chase Center for the Natural Sciences

Lucius P. Chase Center for the Natural Sciences

The Lucius P. Chase Center for the Natural Sciences contains three floors of natural science laboratories and classrooms. You'll also find faculty labs and offices, an indoor greenhouse and computer labs. In conjunction with Lakeland's A Legacy for Lakeland Campaign, the Chase Center was recently renovated resulting in many interior updates and the purchase of new scientific equipment including a mass spectrometer.
Bradley Fine Arts Building

Bradley Fine Arts Building

Are you into music, art or theatre? Then this is where you want to be. The Bradley Building features a 498-seat performance facility and the Bradley Arts Gallery, and is home to the Krueger Fine Arts Series - a public presentation of professional concerts and other performances. The Bradley Gallery sponsors art exhibits of student and faculty work as well as presentations of regional and national fine artists and the Gallery of Distinction - a 'Hall of Fame' for Lakeland artists and performers - is also located here.
Verhulst Fine and Performing Arts Center

Verhulst Fine and Performing Arts Center

The Verhulst Fine and Performing Arts Center contains two large rehearsal facilities for the college's instrumental and vocal music performance groups as well as two north-light visual arts studios. Smaller labs, classrooms, rehearsal spaces and faculty offices for the music and art departments can also be found here.
Todd Wehr Center

Todd Wehr Center

The Todd Wehr Center is the home of Lakeland Muskie athletics. The arena houses three basketball courts, indoor tennis courts, and side-by-side volleyball courts, as well as wrestling and indoor baseball, soccer and softball areas. The arena seats just under a thousand spectators. Four large locker rooms, training labs and facilities, a weight training/fitness center, men's and women's showers and saunas, and offices of the athletic director and coaching staff can also be found in the building.
Brotz Hall

Brotz Hall

Brotz Hall is a state-of-the-art residence hall located on the north end of the Lakeland campus. It offers a unique coed facility with room for 96 students on three floors. Most of Brotz Hall's residents are second-year students, but it is open to all students. More info about Brotz is available here.
Arthur M. Krueger Hall

Arthur M. Krueger Hall

Krueger Hall, located on the north end of campus, is a women's residence hall housing 108 students on four floors. Mostly underclass students live in Krueger but it is open to all students. Rooms in Krueger are generous in size and carpeted. More info about Krueger Hall is available here.
Grosshuesch Hall

Grosshuesch Hall

Grosshuesch and Muehlmeier are twin halls near the south end of campus, each housing 110 students on two floors. Grosshuesch is a men's hall and Muehlmeier offers a coed living environment, with men living on the first floor and women on the second. Each of these two halls have large recreation/study lounges and Wi-Fi. These halls have laundry facilities on the lower level. More info about Muehlmeier and Grosshuesch is available here.
Muehlmeier Hall

Muehlmeier Hall

Grosshuesch and Muehlmeier are twin halls near the south end of campus, each housing 110 students on two floors. Grosshuesch is a men's hall and Muehlmeier offers a coed living environment, with men living on the first floor and women on the second. Each of these two halls have large recreation/study lounges and Wi-Fi. These halls have laundry facilities on the lower level. More info about Muehlmeier and Grosshuesch is available here.
Morland & Hill Houses

Morland & Hill Houses

Another form of special residential living, Hill and Morland Houses are apartments constructed in the mid-90s. Each apartment unit houses four students, each in a double bedroom. The apartments also contain a living room, complete kitchen and dinette, and full bath. All rooms, except the bath and kitchen, are carpeted. A laundry room and lockable storage room are located within each four-unit section. All apartments have a covered deck or patio overlooking the campus lagoon. More info about Hill and Morland is available here.
Kurtz House

Kurtz House

An apartment building, built in the summer of 1999 and located beside Morland House, features yet another creative housing option. These apartment units house six students in two double and two single bedrooms. The units also have complete kitchen facilities, two baths, deck or patio, and in-building laundry rooms. More info about Kurtz is available here.
South Hall

South Hall

Lakeland's inviting two-story South Hall is an "L" shaped building that consists of two housing sections separated by a common activity area. It features 64 beds in eight student housing pods, similar to the popular apartment-style layout of Brotz Hall. More info about South Hall is available here.
Softball Field

Softball Field

Home of the women's softball team, the softball field is located on the south end of campus.
Taylor Field

Taylor Field

Taylor Field, home of the Lakeland football team, is located on the northwest corner of campus.
Soccer Fields

Soccer Fields

Lakeland's men's and women's soccer teams play on a 115' X 75' grass match field that is adjoined by a 115' X 75' grass practice field. The match field includes a state of the art scoreboard donated by Pepsi and kwik goal team shelters for the home and away teams, as well as European Pro-Premier competition soccer goals. The fields are maintained by a full-time field crew, and are considered two of the best playing surfaces for soccer in the region.
Baseball Field

Baseball Field

Home of the Lakeland College men's baseball team, located on the northeast corner of campus.
Practice Football Field

Practice Football Field

The Lakeland College practice football field.
Ley Family Chapel

Ley Family Chapel

The Ley Family Chapel is located on the western edge of the campus, overlooking the Campus Lake and the Grether Natural Laboratory. Wednesday morning chapel services are conducted here throughout the school year as well as special holiday celebrations.
Friedli and Hofer halls

Friedli and Hofer halls

The Hofer side of the suites building houses chapter rooms for Lakeland's six Greek organizations. The Friedli side is today used primarily for overflow housing. The residential suites contain four single bedrooms, common living room and bathroom.
President's House

President's House

The President's House. The house was extensively remodeled in 1996, doubling its size to better accommodate entertainment purposes.