We took some of the most popular features of the public website and myLakeland and put them into the mobile app for quick reference. You can look up phone numbers, see what events are happening on campus, and check the academic calendar. Students can view many items such as their grades, holds, class schedule, Schedule-It sessions, apply, register for a class, find a building on a map, see what classes are cancelled, search the library catalog, and look for a job.
The myLakeland mobile app is now available for download from Google Play and Apple iTunes app stores. Simply go to your store and search for "myLakeland" or click on one of the below links.
Bb Student is Blackboard's mobile app centered around mobile learning. The app provides an intuitive way for you to interact with courses, content, instructors, and other students. Use it throughout your academic journey to stay on top of coursework and plan ahead.
An app designed just for students! With Bb Student, you can do the following:
Enjoy a modern, easy-to-use design.
Receive updates about your courses, content, and work due in the activity stream.
Take assignments, tests, and quizzes right from the app and review your submissions.
View your course grades as well as individual test and assignment grades.
Stay on task with a list of all due dates.
Attach assignment files from Google Drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive.
Lakeland Community College's Reach Out app provides quick access to guidance for supporting a friend in need, suicide prevention, or coping with mental health challenges. It also supplies information about resources and services offered on the campus and in the community, including crisis hotline numbers. The Reach Out app is designed for students, parents, friends of students, faculty, and staff of Lakeland Community College, located in Kirtland, Ohio. The Reach Out app better prepares people to help a friend, loved one or themselves.
Lakeland's campus is now protected by Lakeland Safe! With this app, safety is in your hands. You can directly connect to the campus police for safety; send text, photos or video of security concerns on campus; receive campus safety alerts directly to you; and do your part to help keep our campus safe.