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Lake Region State College

Academic Services

Helping students succeed is our number one

priority. Lake Region State College provides

educational outreach and life-long learning

opportunities that encourage our students to

reach beyond their limitations.

New Student Orientation -


orientation process begins when students

are invited to participate in the New Student

Registration Day. ACT test scores, the results

of alternative testing, and high school

grades are used by advisors in a personal

session to help prepare a plan of study

consistent with each student’s individual

needs, interests and abilities.

New students are also required to

attend an orientation program provided

the weekend before classes begin.

Advisement -

Lake Region State

College is committed to providing all

students with a series of advisement

services that begin as soon as they are

accepted and continue through to the

time of job placement or transfer to

another institution.

Each degree-seeking student is

assigned a faculty advisor who serves as

a guide in the student’s progress. LRSC

encourages continuing communication

between faculty and students to

enhance the advisement process.

The student has final responsibility to

meet the stated requirements for the

degree sought as listed in the catalog or

supplemental fact sheet.

Registration -

Registration is the

student’s personal responsibility.

Students are encouraged to utilize

additional advisement resources

including academic and career

counseling, a comprehensive career and

transfer library, and/or a computerized

guidance system.


Who’s Who at Lake Region

State College -

Each year Lake

Region State College faculty and staff

nominate graduating students for this

award. Criteria for nomination include

academic achievement, participation

in college activities and service to

the community. A committee selects

Who’s Who recipients from the list of

nominated students.

Richard D. Knoke Leadership

Award -

The Richard D. Knoke Award

for Outstanding Leadership is provided

through a memorial established in 1966

by his wife, children and parents. The

recipient of each year’s award will be

selected by a faculty, staff and student

committee on the basis of student

leadership in the Student Senate or in

other student organizations.

Glenn H. Larson Memorial Drama

Award -

The Glenn H. Larson

Memorial Drama Award is presented

to a student who is selected by a

faculty committee for having made the

greatest contribution to drama in the

Lake Region during the previous year.

Lloyd Jones Memorial Music Award -

The Lloyd Jones Memorial Music Award is

presented to the sophomore student who

provides outstanding leadership in music.

English Department Writing

Excellence Award


The English

Department Writing Excellence Award was

established in 1997 and is presented to any

full- or part-time student at Lake Region

State College for excellence in writing.

Students submit writings of any genre and

of any length, which are juried by a three-

person panel. The winner makes a public

presentation of the writing and is featured

in “Shorelines”, the College’s annual

magazine of the arts.