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Welcome to Lakeland East!

Students of all ages may begin their higher education at Lakeland Community College's East Off-Site Center in a relaxed environment with personalized attention afforded by smaller class sizes.

Lakeland East offers general education courses from arts and humanities, science and mathematics, and social science and public service. Courses are conveniently offered in the day and evening.

View the online class schedule to review the courses offered at Lakeland East.


Continuing Education (noncredit) courses are also offered at the off-site center, providing community members an opportunity to enjoy a wide assortment of learning experiences that are not grade-based.

Student Services

Lakeland East offers a wide variety of services for students, including:


At Lakeland we have many different types of students in many different stages in life. Our admissions policies and requirements may vary depending on one's specific endeavors or background. To help prepare for a particiular admissions process, please review the listings on the Admissions website.

New students can enroll by completing an application for admission with a one-time nonrefundable fee to the Admissions Office. The general admission policy of the college does not ensure admittance to a particular course or program.

For more information on getting started, paying for college, academic programs and student resources, review the online Enrollment Guide or speak to a Lakeland East staff member for assistance.


Books may be ordered online and by phone (440) 525-7124 from the main campus bookstore and delivered to Lakeland East at no additional charge.

To order books online click here.

Computer Access

Lakeland East has a computer lab that has 16 workstations. When the lab is not being used for classes, students are able to use it as an open computer lab. Wireless internet is available on all the computers as well as access to Microsoft Office applications.

Students can bring their own wireless devices to the site and access the Internet. Laptops are also available for student use. To request a laptop, students should stop by the main desk and a staff member will be happy to assist you. Photo identification is required. For more information on Lakeland open computer labs, click here.

Help Desk staff provide service to students for student email, Blackboard, eLearning, myLakeland, wireless network access, issues with spyware and other computer related problems. For assistance, please contact the Help Desk at 440.525.7570.

Learning Center

The Learning Center is dedicated to student success and provides the following support services: College Success Workshops, eTutoring, Math in Minutes, Success Coaching, Tutuoring, Writing Center, and Testing Services. For assistance with any of these services, please contact a Lakeland East staff member or 440.525.7019.

Printing and Copy Services

Lakeland provides each student with $10 in free printing and copy services each semester. This will reset at the start of each new semester. You will not be charged for printing until you have used all of your free prints. Funds can be added to your account through myLakeland.

Campus Police and Safety

Operating as an autonomous police district since 1975, the Lakeland Community College Police Department has primary jurisdiction for safety on campus and is staffed 24 hours/7 days a week. The Lakeland Community College Police Department is stationed on main campus in Kirtland, Ohio; therefore the department coordinates with the Madison Village Police Department to respond to emergencies and most calls for service at Lakeland East in Madison, Ohio.

For more information on safety services at Lakeland East, please contact the Lakeland Police Department non-emergency line at 440.525.7241.

Emergency Alerts Notification and College Closings

Employees and students at Lakeland Community College have been automatically enrolled in our Emergency Alert system. This system will be used to inform you of emergency situations via phone and email. You have the option of adding additional email addresses, phone and text numbers. For more information, please review the Emergency Alerts available online.

In the event of inclement weather, Lakeland East Off-Site Center will be closed if and when Lakeland Community College's main campus is ordered to close or if a building emergency (i.e. utility failure) were to occur. For the most up to date information, please be sure to check Lakeland's website for college closing information or call 440.525.7242.

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