|Accounting Club|| |
Co-Adviser: James Racic
Co-Adviser: Nichole Dauenhauer
The goal of the accounting club is to promote student awareness of the accounting profession, provide students with the opportunity to network with accounting professionals and promote the importance and desirability of a career in accounting.
|Actively Caring for People|| |
Co-Adviser: William Armstrong
Co-Adviser: Don Davis
The purpose of the Actively Caring for People is to cultivate a more compassionate and empathetic culture through acts of kindness at Lakeland Community College.
|Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society (ADN)|| |
Co-Adviser: Gina Marie McKee
ADN is the Honor Society for Associate Degree Nursing Students. To qualify for membership, a student must receive a B or above in all nursing courses, have maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA in all nursing courses, have maintained a minimum overall GPA of 3.0, and have demonstrated conduct that reflects integrity and professionalism on campus and in all clinical areas. Students meeting the eligibility requirements will be invited for consideration for induction in the third semester of the second year in the RN nursing program.
Active Society for Animation Preservation (ASAP)
Co-Adviser: Bonnie Prall
Co-Adviser: Jason Prall
The purpose of ASAP is to bring together students who are curious or enthusiastic about anime, cartoon, manga, comics, internet pop culture and Asian culture.
|Black Student Union|| |
Co-Adviser: Ken Sharkey
Co-Adviser: Deborah Hardy
The Black Student Union (BSU) advocates for cultural identity by encouraging scholarship, leadership, academic excellence and career exploration among black and minority students. The BSU fosters social consciousness, development and exploration of identity, culture and connections between student, faculty, staff and the Lakeland community.
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
Adviser: Christina Corsi
CAB is responsible for bringing various social, educational and entertainment events to campus. CAB membership is open to any Lakeland student interested in planning programs such as the annual Halloween Bash and Spring Fling, movies, performers, and interactive events. CAB officers are eligible to receive tuition reimbursement for their work. Stop by the CAB office in S-224 today! Also, find CAB on Facebook.
|Campus Christians|| |
Co-Adviser: Jeanette Brossmann
Co-Adviser: Karen Macdonald
Campus Christians provides the opportunity for students to share the gospel with others through bible studies, singing, praying, and sharing experiences with other Christians or seekers.
|Construction Management Student Organization|| |
Co-Adviser: Mike Hoffner
Co-Adviser: Jason Ohlsson
The purpose of the construction management student organization is to: promote professional skills of those within the field, expose students to affiliate companies and accreditations, and strengthen students' professional image or portfolios. Students will gain experience, skills, create relationships, and be provided opportunities through extracurricular activities.
Early Childhood Education Club
Adviser: Cris Vanek
Early Childhood Education Club is a voluntary student association that promotes pride and professionalism within the student body of the Early Childhood Education Program by providing opportunities to plan educational seminars, advocacy efforts, social events and fund-raising activities to benefit our students and the surrounding communities through student engagement.
Gamer's Guild Email:
Co-Adviser: Carl Stitz
Co-Adviser: Joeseph Mastromatteo
The Gamer's Guild promotes responsible playing of organized role-playing and strategy games in an atmosphere of friendly and pleasant fellowship. No prior experience is needed to enjoy these activities or to become part of the Guild.
|The Green Group|| |
Co-Adviser: Lisa Lewins
Co-Adviser: Cris Vanek
The Green Group promotes environmental awareness and sustainability through educational and local outreach programs.
|Hispanic Club|| |
Adviser: Lissette Lopez Piepenburg
The Hispanic Club creates an environment in which its members can get together and learn the customs, share ethnic foods, and celebrate festivals and holidays of Latin countries and cultures.
International Student Club
Co-Adviser: Hyojin Jeong
Co-Adviser: Connie Sheykhany
The International Student Club allows students to socialize and learn customs, share food, and celebrate festivals and holidays of different countries.
Lake Effect Radio Station
Co-Adviser: Jesse Eastman
Co-Adviser: Tim Pringey
Lake Effect is Lakeland's closed-circuit, internet streaming radio station located in room S-215. It gives students firsthand experience in broadcasting, communications, event planning, marketing and networking. Applications are accepted each semester for DJ positions. Elections are held as needed for officer positions such as public relations, production and programming directors. View Lake Effect Radio's shows at livestream.com/lakeeffect.
|Lakeland Arts Collaborative|| |
Adviser: Mitchell James
The Lakeland Arts Collaborative is a student-driven group that promotes interest in the arts such as poetry, fiction and live music through events and programs. They host Artageddon, a monthly arts fest at HIVE the last Friday of every month while classes are in session.
Lakeland Equality Alliance (LEA)
Co-Adviser: Susan Wadkowski
Co-Adviser: Michelle Smith
The Lakeland Equality Alliance (LEA) creates a positive environment at Lakeland Community College for students of all orientations who seek to promote equality and diversity on campus.
|Lakeland Karate Club|| |
Adviser: Larry Feldman
The Karate Club provides guidance and training in the martial arts and promotes an interest in karate as a modern sport and physical fitness.
Co-Adviser: Jeanette Brossmann
Co-Adviser: Jenine Mahendranath
Co-Adviser: Angie Battistone-Potosky
The Lakeland Signers provides skill building, networking, educational and outreach opportunities to students who are interested in American Sign Language and the deaf community.
Lakeland Student Government (LSG)
Adviser: Mario Petitti
LSG is the representative body of the students of Lakeland. The board consists of nine members. LSG representatives participate in various decision-making committees on campus that are responsible for rules and regulations governing the entire college. LSG officers are eligible to receive tuition reimbursement for their work. Stop by the LSG office in S-226 today! Also, find LSG on Facebook.
Lakeland Student Veterans of America
Adviser: Edward Evans
The Lakeland Student Veterans of America Group assists veterans and their families by providing support and encouragement through the educational process.
|The Lakelander (student-run publication)|| |
Adviser: James DeMonte
The Lakelander is the college's student-driven publication featuring literary and visual art as well as campus news and commentary. Students may submit creative work and news items to be included in this magazine-style, full-color publication.
Model UN/NATO Club of Lakeland Community College
Adviser: Christopher Skubby
The purpose of this student club is to learn about international relations and policies of foreign countries, and to prepare for conferences that model real United Nations (UN) and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) meetings.
Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Honor Society
Adviser: Carl Stitz
Mu Alpha Theta promotes scholarship, enjoyment and understanding of mathematics among high school or two-year college students. Students are eligible if they have had at least one mathematics course at or above the College Algebra/Precalculus level, and a 3.0 cumulative GPA in all two-year college courses and a "B" or better in all mathematics courses at or above the College Algebra/Precalculus level.
|Paralegal Association|| |
Adviser: Rebecca Gabriel
The Paralegal Association strives to promote and expand interests and opportunities in the legal field for paralegals and paralegal students at Lakeland.
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK)
Co-Adviser: Matthew Hiner
Co-Adviser: Andrea Musial
Co-Adviser: James Dailey
PTK provides opportunities for members to participate in leadership, scholarly and social functions, as well as provide service to their college and community. To qualify, a student must have accumulated at least 12 credit hours at Lakeland and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5. Letters of invitation to join PTK are sent to students who meet the requirements listed above at the beginning of fall and spring semesters.
|The Science Club|| |
Co-Adviser: David Pierce
Co-Adviser: Marty Shingler
The Science Club's primary purpose will be to increase interest in science both from students and surrounding community members in the various activities that Lakeland Community College has to offer.
Sigma Kappa Delta English Honor Society (SKD)
Co-Adviser: Gretchen Frank
Co-Adviser: Natalie Hopper
SKD is the national honor society for students of English at two-year colleges.To qualify for membership, a student must complete a minimum of one non-developmental college English course, receive a B or above in all Englishcourses, have a minimum 3.3 cumulative GPA, and complete at least one semester of college coursework.
|SkillsUSA Club|| |
Co-Adviser: Suzanne Baker
Co-Adviser: Melinda O'Connor
The purpose of the SkillsUSA club shall be to serve members by preparing for technical, skilled and service occupation careers, by developing their occupational, academic, leadership and employability skills.
|Student Chapter of the American Dental Hygienists' Association|| |
Co-Adviser: Maryanne Zavarella
Co-Adviser: Donna Mazzone
Co-Adviser: Jennifer Gerrick
The Student Chapter of the American Dental Hygienists' Association (SADHA) cultivates, promotes and sustains the art and science of dental hygiene.
|Student Nurses' Association (SNA)|| |
Co-Adviser: Clotilde Dwyer
Co-Adviser: Peter Orr
The Student Nurses' Association works to promote responsible participation of nursing students in college and community activities, especially those related to nursing. SNA acts as Lakeland's representative body in local, state and national student nursing organizations.
|Student Parent Association|| |
Co-Adviser: Cris Vanek
Co-Adviser: Gloria Lane
The purpose of the Student Parent Association is to create a campus community for student-parents that promotes awareness of the Lakeland organizations and community resources available to them. The group will encourage and promote understanding of the student-parent experience to Lakeland staff, faculty and administration.
|Student Radiologic Technology Association|| |
Adviser: Tina Barnauskas
The Student Radiologic Technology Association promotes student interest and awareness in local, state and national radiography associations.
|Student Respiratory Therapy Association|| |
Adviser: Cathie Kenny
The Student Respiratory Therapy Association promotes responsible participation of Respiratory Therapy students in college and community activities related to the respiratory care field.
|Student Surgical Technologist Association|| |
Adviser: Janice Lawrenz
The Student Surgical Technologist Association provides college and community awareness of the educational standards and the scope of practice of a surgical technologist.