Welcome Home to Lake Superior State University
Where Can You Live?
LSSU was converted from a Fort to a College in the 1940s. Check out the living options, from the updated barracks and captains quarters of Brady Hall and the Living Learning Communities to buildings such as Osborn Hall and the Student Village that were added later. The campus has a unique charm of orange brick buildings that will soon feel like home.
Before you step on campus this fall, make sure you have this list completed.
Where to start?
Your experience and development on campus are strengthened by getting involved outside of the classroom. Check out our list of clubs and organizations!
Whether you’re living on-campus or off-campus, Orientation and Laker Week are critical times to meet all kinds of people and look for ways you can stay involved once classes have begun.
Laker Week 2021 TBA
University Activities Board Hosts annual events and others:
- Comedians, magicians, hypnotists
- Soo Locks Boat Tour with the President
- Weekly Jitters, with live musical guests
- Winter Snowfest
- Art with Anne
- Laker Cinema
Check them out on the Laker App and Facebook!
Use the Laker App to find and follow connect with other students, find and follow student organizations, and other on-campus activities.
Getting to Know Your Roommate
When you receive your permanent room assignment, you will also receive the name and address of your roommate(s). Over the summer, may wish to exchange mail, phone calls, or e-mail to get to know one another a little before you arrive on campus.
If you are planning to live with someone you have known from your past, you will still need to talk about your new living arrangement. Living with someone can be quite different than being friends. It can be an opportunity to deepen your friendship, but this new situation can also create challenges. Developing new college friendships can be difficult. Jealousy can develop over the balance between new friendships and your friendship. It is important to maintain open communication with one another.
Communication is the key to any relationship
Be tactful and thoughtful when sharing feelings
Learn to be a good listener
Discuss little problems as they arise to prevent escalation
Invest the time it takes to get to know your roommate
CARE about your new environment and relationships here at LSSU
Build Trust between yourself and others at LSSU
Take RESPONSIBILITY for your actions