LAKE SUPERIOR STATE UNIVERSITY

United States, Michigan

Established in 1946, Lake Superior State University is a public university with an enrolment of approximately 2000 students. LSSU is known for its academic programs such as fisheries and wildlife management, engineering, chemistry and the environmental sciences, teacher education, nursing, geology, business management, fire science, and criminal justice. It also offers joint programs with Sault College and Algoma University, Ontario. It is also one of the only three universities in the United States to offer the robotics specialisation in the ABET accredited manufacturing engineering technology, computer and mechanical engineering bachelor of science degrees. It offers the opportunity to really work closely with senior administration and staff in extracurricular activities.  

Campus Life

The administration building houses the offices as well as human resources, purchasing, and public safety. The arts center is a $15 million facility that houses a 674-seat auditorium, art, music, and dance studios, and classrooms. The CASET is home to the school of engineering and technology. The Crawford Hall is where science degrees such as nursing and biology are offered. The main building for recreation is Norris Center which has a tennis area, tracks, Cooper gym, etc. The aquatic research laboratory is off-campus research and educational facility. The environment analysis lab provides services to researchers, government agencies, businesses, etc.   

Noted Alumni

Among the notable alumni, Bates Battaglia, former NHL player; Rick Comley, former head hockey coach; Chris Dahlquist, former NHL player; and many other basketball players.  

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