"Lake Superior State University's Sport and Recreation Management program is second to none!", says Justin Andre, Director of Hanson Hills Recreation Area, in scenic Grayling, Michigan.
Laker Gold Debit Card Program
The Laker Gold Debit Card is a convenient "student advantage" program that allows you to use your current student ID card at all food locations on campus, to make purchases, pay tuition, and other fees. As you use your Laker Gold Debit Card, the amount of your expenses will be deducted from the balance. The Laker Gold Debit Card is also used to access your Bonus Bucks.
What does it cost to enroll in the Laker Gold Debit Program?
Nothing! A current student ID card is all you need! Simply fill out an enrollment form and make a minimum deposit of $25 at the ID Office (Cisler Center). You can begin saving tomorrow! (All deposits will be posted by 3 p.m. the following business day).
How easy is it to use?
Very! Just present your Laker Gold Debit Card (your student ID card) at participating locations to make your purchases or pay fees. You can check your Laker Gold Debit Card balance at any card reader location. A printed statement of your account is available at the ID Office in the Cisler Center.
Is it safe?
Your Laker Gold Debit Card gives you maximum security. Using your Laker Gold Debit Card reduces your need to carry cash on campus. If your card is lost or stolen, report it immediately to the ID Office in the Cisler Center or call 635-2552 and we will not allow access to your account until your report it found or replace your ID card.
Robotics and Computer Science
"Lake Superior State is the only robotics program of its kind in the country. I can work up any research or senior project idea with a professor or my advisor. I studied for a year in Japan through LSSU's connection with the Japan Center for Michigan Universities, and became fluent in Japanese. A Japanese company called Fanuc makes most of the robots in our lab. I'd like to roll my senior research project into a career with Fanuc that bridges the two countries and cultures."