EUP senior, Hannah Brood wins LSSU President's FIRST Robotics Scholarship.

EUP student wins inaugural President's FIRST Scholarship at LSSU

LSSU announced Hannah Brood, a senior student from the Eastern Upper Peninsula, as the recipient of the 2018 President's FIRST Robotics Scholarship. The scholarship is a full tuition award for a student who participated in the FIRST Robotics competition at LSSU.
LSSU offers a world one rate tuition

One World, One Rate at Lake State

Lake Superior State University is offering a one rate tuition for students across the globe beginning this fall. The cost per credit hour and cost for 12-17 credits will be the same for all students who attend LSSU.
Magdalena Deniz wins LSSU High School Short Story Prize Contest

LSSU Creative Writing program announces winner of 2018 high school short story prize

The Creative Writing program at LSSU announced Magdalena Deniz as the 2018 winner of the LSSU High School Short Story Prize. The contest inspires a passion for reading and a love writing among high school students and to raise awareness about Creative Writing at Lake Superior Stat University.

LSSU medical laboratory science program receives national accreditation

Lake Superior State University’s Medical Laboratory Science…
LSSU President Peter T. Mitchell and Sally and Robert Wiles sign to create a scholarship for science majors at Lake State

Science scholarship at LSSU honors local geologist's USGS legacy

A new scholarship has been created in memory of Richard W. White. White was a focused geology student and worked for the U.S. Geological Survey. The scholarship will be awarded to students majoring in natural or physical sciences at Lake Superior State University starting with the 2018-19 academic year.
Senator Schmidt receives resolution from LSSU for support of electrical upgrades

State Senator Schmidt receives recognition from LSSU

Senator Wayne Schmidt (R - Traverse City) visited campus on May 14. While touring, he was presented with a resolution for his efforts in supporting the electrical upgrades at LSSU. Sen. Schmidt helped secure a $300,000 appropriation from the State of Michigan.
Prof Coullard granted emeritus status

LSSU Board endorses Norris Center upgrade, recognizes laurels and great enrollment expectations

The LSSU Board of Trustees approved the Norris Center upgrade project and a performance contract to address deferred maintenance and safety needs on campus. The board also discussed enrollment and recruitment gains, voted to phase out six academic majors due to low enrollment within those majors, granted faculty emeriti and promotions, and recognized outgoing LSSU President Peter Mitchell and State Rep. Lee Chatfield with special board resolutions.
LSSU President Mitchell receives resolution from LSSU Board of Trustees

President Mitchell acknowledged for moving LSSU forward in positive direction

The LSSU Board of Trustees granted LSSU President Peter T. Mitchell emeritus status upon the completion of his term, June 30 for his service to the institution over the past year. Through his leadership and momentum, Dr. Mitchell has led the university forward in a positive direction.
Chatfield helps with $300k grant for electrical upgradess at LSSU

State Representative Lee Chatfield recognized by LSSU Board of Trustees

State Representative Lee Chatfield was recognized during the May 11 Board of Trustees meeting for his efforts in supporting the $300,000 grant needed to make necessary electrical grid updates on Lake State's campus.
Crawford Hall

Limited power on campus May 7-12

LSSU will operate on limited power May 7-12, 2018 due to planned electrical upgrades. The Norris Center and CASET will be closed for the week.