Innovative Programs for Tomorrow's Leaders

LSSU Launches Cannabis Business Degree Program

After successfully launching a Cannabis Chemistry program, Lake Superior State University continues to define innovative programming by launching a Baccalaureate of Science in Cannabis Business.
classical-pop trio, Take 3

LSSU Arts Center welcomes classical-pop trio, Take 3

The Arts Center at Lake Superior State University presents…
Jason Petty & Katie Deal Country Royalty poster

LSSU Arts Center Presents Country Royalty

The Arts Center at Lake Superior State University presents…
The Chandos portrait of William Shakespeare

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised] premiers April 1st

LSSU Theatre at the Lake Superior State University Arts Center…
Irish acoustic band, Lúnasa

Irish acoustic band, Lúnasa, to perform at LSSU Arts Center

The Arts Center at Lake Superior State University presents…
WCHA Playoff with Laker Hockey Player

Laker Hockey to Host WCHA Quarterfinals for First Time

No. 20 Lake Superior State hockey is hosting WCHA Playoff games for the first time since joining the WCHA in 2013-14.
paper snowman ablaze in Cisler Center courtyard

49th Annual Snowman Burning to Welcome Spring

Lake Superior State University holds its 49th annual Snowman…
Chemistry Lab with glassware

LSSU Launches Nation's First Cannabis-Specific Chemistry Program

Lake Superior State University is launching the country’s first degree program focused squarely on the chemistry of cannabis. A bachelor’s degree with a major in cannabis chemistry will be offered beginning in fall 2019, along with an associate’s degree program in cannabis science. Students can opt in for an American Chemical Society (ACS)-endorsed degree.
Form-Up I500 Parade

LSSU has stake In I500 parade record attempt

FOR GUINNESS AND UNIVERSITY –Lake Superior State University…
Jan Faculty Tenure

Board meeting sees faculty earn tenure, promotion

Lake Superior State University's Board of Trustees promoted six faculty and granted three tenure during a Jan. 25 public meeting.