The Cisler Center is a social hub of campus. Tucked inside is the Peacock Cove coffee house, a snack store and cafeteria, the Superior ball room, the Great Lakes meeting rooms, and catering services. It also houses the student newspaper, student government offices, and the Quarterdeck cafeteria. The building is named for Walker Cisler, a Detroit Edison executive who spearheaded funding for the Center's construction in 1973.
Lake Superior State University is home to 3371 undergraduate students, 52% of whom are male and 48% female. 18% of the student body are residents of Ontario, Canada and 17% are from outside of Michigan and Ontario. 7% of the student body are minorities. 100% of the student body are Lakers.