MATTOON — Lake Land College's 2020 summer and fall registration is scheduled to open on Wednesday, March 25 as planned as the school moves forward in a virtual environment while its campus is closed as a precaution during the coronavirus pandemic.
Lake Land reported that for the first time in its history, registration will be open to all students who are cleared to register versus a tiered approach in which sophomores were given priority on the first day of registration.
“We want to open registration to all who have been proactive and received clearance, as well as readmit any new non-degree seeking students who are ready to register,” said Admission Services Dean Jon Van Dyke in a press release. “We know our current students have been transitioning to a new online environment this week, and we want to be as supportive and helpful as possible."
Current students can login to the Laker Hub and view their Advisement Information page for important information on the advisement process. In the virtual environment, students can connect with their advisors through Laker Mail or via phone. Current degree-seeking students must receive clearance before registering.
Additional assistance is available by utilizing the online chat service at lakelandcollege.edu or by calling Admissions & Records at 217-234-5434 or Counseling Services at 217-234-5232.
New students who have submitted their intent to enroll for summer or fall and are scheduled to attend new student orientation are encouraged to watch their postal mail for a letter about completing online orientation and scheduling an advisement and registration day. These letters will be mailed beginning May 1.
Those who would like to get started this summer or fall should visit lakelandcollege.edu/enroll. After completing a Laker Profile and an intent to enroll, a student will receive a welcome letter in the mail with information about completing student orientation online and important student ID information.
Students are advised to begin the financial aid process for the 2020-2021 school year by visiting fafsa.gov. Future students may also contact the financial aid office at email@example.com.
Concerned about COVID-19?
Sign up now to get the most recent coronavirus headlines and other important local and national news sent to your email inbox daily.