Lakeland offers seven sports, men and women's basketball, baseball,
softball, soccer, and volleyball. The Lakeland competes in the Ohio Community
College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) within Region XII of the National Junior College
Athletic Association (NJCAA). Competition includes colleges from within the region
of Ohio and Michigan, as well as independent contest opponents from New York,
Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, North Carolina, West Virginia
Q: Do I have to have a high school diploma?
must be a high school graduate or must have received a high school equivalency
diploma or must have been certified as having passed a national test such as the
General Education Development Test (GED).
Q: Must I be a full-time student
during the season?
A: Students must maintain full-time status during the
season of the sport(s) in which they have chosen to participate (full-time status
being 12 credit hours or more).
Q: What are the eligibility requirements?
After the first semester a student athlete must pass 12 credit hours with a 1.75
GPA to remain eligible. At the start of the second season a student athlete must
pass a minimum of 24 hours with a 2.0 GPA.
Q: How many seasons may I
participate in sport?
A: Students are allowed two (2) seasons of competition
in any sport at a NJCAA college, if they have not participated at any intercollegiate
level during two (2) seasons previously. Playing in one or more regularly scheduled
contests prior to post-season competition uses one season of participation in
Q: Is housing available?
A: The College does not offer
housing to students, but there many apartment complexes in the surrounding area.
Q: Are there athletic scholarships available?
A: Limited scholarships
are available. To maintain your scholarship an athlete must maintain a 2.0 overall