|Campus setting||Information not available|
|Living cost||Information not available|
|Student population||Information not available|
|International students||Information not available|
About Lake Superior State University
Life outside the classroom is wide and varied. Not only do we have one of the world's largest backyards to hunt, fish, bike, ski, snowshoe and just relax, there are more than 60 campus clubs and organizations to get involved with.
The 115-acre campus is situated on the site of the former U.S. Army's Fort Brady, fourteen of LSSU's buildings are listed on various historic registers, creating a unique campus environment.
If you are a full-time student within 27 calendar months of the date of your high school graduation, you are required to live on campus. For this purpose, “full-time” means enrolled for 12 or more credit hours, and all graduation dates will be assumed to be June 1 of any given year.
The following are exceptions to this policy:
- if you live with your parents within a 60-mile or three-county (Chippewa, Luce, and Mackinac) radius of the campus;
- if residence hall space is filled; or,
- if you have an unusual financial or health problem and are excused from living on campus by the Director of Housing and Residential Life
To claim any of these exemptions or special circumstances, you need to:
- get an exemption application from the Housing and Residential Life Office;
- receive permission from the Director of Housing and Residential Life.
Though not required, juniors and seniors may choose to live on campus, too. All housing on LSSU's campus is within a five-minute walk of all campus facilities, including the dining hall, library, Student Activity Center and Barnes & Noble at Lake Superior State University.
- Brady Hall - Men's residence hall for freshmen.
- Osborn Hall - Women's residence hall for freshmen with limited availability to upper class women.
- Student Village - Open to students out of high school 15 months (traditional sophomores and above).
- Apartments - Open to students out of high school 27 months (traditional juniors and seniors).
- Townhouses - Open to students out of high school 27 months (traditional juniors and seniors).
- Living Learning Communities - Open to students out of high school 15 months (traditional upper class students). Exceptions for certain academic programs apply.
Courses available 10Accounting and Finance 1 Agriculture & Related Subjects 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 2 Business and Management 1 Engineering 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 3 Mass Communication & Media 1
Be the first one!