Location
Kirtland, OH
Undergrads
3,397
Tuition (in-state)
$8,602 ($3,965)
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Reviews 237 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I am still in high school currently but from what I have dealt with so far at Lakeland, everyone has been extremely helpful with making sure I am taking the proper classes in order to transfer to the University of Akron in fall of 2016.

3 College Junior

Facilities: There is no living on campus. All the buildings are connected which makes for an easy commute to each class. It is very easy to find classes and difficult to get lost.

5 College Junior

Facilities: Lakeland's Kirtland campus has the Holden University Center. It's this state of the art building across the street from the main campus with very modern looking aesthetics, very cool.

4 College Junior

Student Body: The student body is made up of adults - highschool students. There are people were for any type of student.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: Online classes offer you the flexibility of getting your class time in at anytime. It's very helpful for the working student. Peer-to-peer interaction is very limited but thats fine with me.

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College Junior

Career Services: I don't know. I am still attending the school. Most students usually leave and dont look back once they get to their four year colleges.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: Being that this is only a community college they offer a lot. My workload is average when it comes to being a full-time student. The teachers are always willing to help you one-on-one if you ever need assistance.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Lakeland offers hybrid, off campus, on campus, and online classes. They have a large selection of classes available to chose from too. Sign up is painless and really easy.

You can even get a degree from Kent, Ohio State, Cleveland State, ect. while you are physically at Lakeland.

5 College Junior

Campus Resources: Lakeland CC has free tutoring available and a writing center that can assist you with college papers. They have several different computer labs all around campus and great WiFi and study areas if you want to bring a laptop and go off on your own. The library is big and very helpful, librarians are the best!

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4 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are computers all around campus that are available for students to use. The internet connection is pretty fast and the WiFi is great when using my laptop. I haven't been able to access it on my phone though. But there is a very helpful Help Desk with any issues you're having with computers or the network.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Awesome price for a list of teachers that are passionate about the subjects and interested in students' success. Not much aid is given though.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Printing is 10 cents a page or 25 cents for a color print. Several desktops in library. Wireless recently hasn't been up to par.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Most places are not too modernized besides the technology equipment in labs. Otherwise just average

3 College Junior

Student Body: I have not had the pleasure of meeting many students at Lakeland. Some are fun and cool that I can rely on. Others I know are just trying to be my friend for answers.

College Junior

Online Courses: I have never taken an online course at this college.

3 College Junior

Facilities: Not a typical campus. Not much to do unless you drive. Programs offered here are good for transferring to a bigger college.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: Not a huge variety of classes, but a good enough to pick from. Teachers are very good on talking one-on-one with people.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: My specific major is very well taught at my school. My workload is bigger because it includes taking 3 lab sciences at a time and also the degree can either be a two year plan or three year plan. The two year plan is obviously more of a rigorous schedule. I get an internship the last 6 weeks before my graduation date in a lab around my area. The Biotechnology Program is at 100% placement since 2008 at my school. So high hopes.

College Junior

Career Services: There is no grad school at my college. It only goes as high as a bachelors.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: The school is very good on transferring credits in and out of the school to and from state schools. The teachers are good about being open to questions and no big intimidating lecture halls. All core classes want you there everyday, which the teachers know when you are not there, so you can succeed in class and also you can drop a grade on poor attendance. Only complaint is I am not getting a full college experience like I want to have after school here.

4 College Student

Academic Experience: I am working on my associates degree, so I am taking many different types of classes at once. There are not many different opportunities with that major. As for other majors I am not sure.

4 College Student

Academic Experience: Lakeland offers a wide curriculum with many great professors who show an interest in what they are teaching. Registration is very easy to do online, along with paying for them.

College Student

Career Services: I have yet to experience any career services linked with this school. I know that they are offered, but I am not in a place to pursue what they offer.

4 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: Financial aid is much like it is at any other college. You apply with FAFSA and eventually find out what the results are. The financial aid office is helpful and will answer any questions that you have. One worker in particular really seems to care and will help you any way that he can. The amount of education you get here is well worth the price.

3 College Student

Campus Resources: Lakeland has athletic departments and libraries. They are not state of the art but they are nice and you enjoy being in them. Every time I have been in the library it is quiet and roomy, there are also plenty of knowledgeable workers.

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