Lake Region State College
The residence hall policy mandates
a smoke-free environment, including
family apartments. According to state
policy, alcohol is not allowed on campus.
Students who are found to have alcohol
on their person or in their rooms will face
severe penalties that could include a fine,
community service, notification of parents,
and alcohol evaluation and eviction.
According to the no tolerance policy with
regard to the use of illegal drugs on campus,
students will be evicted immediately if they
are found to be in possession of drugs.
With the exception of varsity athletes and
international students, campus housing is
not a requirement.
Childcare Services -
College Care for
Kids, a privately-operated childcare center,
provides quality care for children in a safe
learning and social setting. Children learn
through academically-structured play;
therefore, many of the learning experiences
provided are offered through play activities.
These activities are designed to stimulate
healthy development in cognitive, social,
physical, emotional and language areas.
Openings are based on availability. For more
information, contact College Care for Kids at
Dining Services -
Dining services is
centrally located in the same complex as the
residence halls and provides three meals
daily Monday through Friday. In addition to
the regular meal plans, a weekend plan is
available. A board contract is required of all
students residing in the residence halls (see
tuition and fees section).
Lake Region State College offers students an
opportunity to grow socially, physically, and
intellectually. A wide range of activities are
offered to appeal to a variety of interests.
There are a number of specialized student
organizations as well as groups organized to
promote artistic, religious or other interests
Campus Crusade for Christ
Hands on Campus (ASL)
International Students Club
Law Enforcement Club
Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Theta Kappa
Residence Hall Association
Sim Tech Club
Student Nurse Organization (SNO)
Student Senate -
Student Senate is the
governing body for Lake Region State
College students and the Campus Activities
Board (CAB). Student Senate is made up
of senators appointed by the advisor and is
open to all students who seek involvement
in college decision-making processes and
communication with college administration.
The Senate and CAB are responsible for
allocation of student activity funds and
provide for student programs in the areas
of education, culture, social activity and
student welfare. CAB accepts applications
from clubs and faculty for programming
costs that benefit the student body at LRSC.
Student clubs and organizations on campus
must be officially recognized by the Student
Senate. The Student Senate outlines the
structure for this recognition.
Intramural Recreation Program -
Recreational activities provide an excellent
opportunity for students to further their
physical development and social interaction.
Such activities provide an avenue for
students to expand their focus beyond
academics. Participation in intramural
activities enhances the total educational