Lake Superior State University is known for
strong and distinctive academic programs
taught by faculty who take an interest in
student success. Our students are afforded
many opportunities to actively engage with
faculty members on research projects and
experiential learning. LSSU is Michigan’s
smallest public university and the only institution (public or private) to offer these unique programs in Northern Lower Michigan.
Personal Attention The director of our regional center is available to assist you with your educational goals. Course selection, counseling and registration are all services available as you seek your degree from Lake Superior State University. Our regional center office is staffed full time and includes evening hours so that those who work have an opportunity to seek advice without missing work and other commitments.
Small Classes The regional site offers small classes and personal attention from your professors. Your professors will know you by name … you’re not just another number to us!
Knowledgeable Faculty LSSU faculty take great pride in teaching and present a personal approach to education. They are experts in their fields who share a commitment to developing students as good citizens and professionals. They believe in a student centered environment which is personal, natural and superior.
Student Friendly! Students are important to us. You will be greeted with a smile and your questions will be answered. We make it easy for you to earn your degree from a Lake Superior State University regional center.
Consortium Financial Aid Information Form (pdf)
Textbooks are available from the bookstore (Barnes & Noble at Lake Superior State University).
Call 1-877-557-SHOP or order online at http://www.lssu.bkstore.com.
Please see the LSSU library page for information on off-campus services for our students.
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Disability Services (Services are arranged with the assistance of regional center staff, who can assist with providing extended testing time, proctoring in alternative locations, alternative format for textbooks and exams. Disability Services also serves as the facilitator between students, faculty, and regional center staffing.)
"I’ll be beginning medical school at Wayne State University beginning the fall of 2009 while participating in the U.S. Air Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program. Upon receipt of my MD, I intend to enter into a residency in family Medicine and afterwards practice as a family physician in the U.S. Air force."