Students are classified as follows:
Degree-seeking students are those students who are seeking a Lake Land College degree or certificate of 24 or more credit hours.
Students enrolled in courses at Lake Land College but not pursuing a degree or certificate of 24 or more credit hours are considered to be non-degree-seeking students.
Re-admit students are those students who have interrupted their continued enrollment for at least one semester, excluding summer term.
Continuing students are students who have a continuous enrollment status from the first day of their initial enrollment until they cease enrollment for a semester, excluding summer.
Those students enrolled in special interest courses which are not
part of the regular vocational or academic degree programs are
classified as non-credit students.
New students are first-time enrollees at Lake Land College who have not enrolled in a degree or certificate program at any other institution of higher education.
Transfer students are those who have taken course work that could lead to a degree or certificate at any other institution of higher education.
Freshmen are students who have earned 28 college credits or less.
Sophomores are students who have earned 29 college credits.
Full-time students are students who are carrying 12 or more credits. In the summer, they are students who are carrying six or more credits.
Part-time students are students who are enrolled for fewer than 12 credits. In the summer, they are students enrolled for fewer than six credits.