There’s now more time to get started on your future with Lake-Sumter State College. In response to strong demand, LSSC is extending the fall semester application deadline to Thursday, August 13.

Students are increasingly choosing LSSC for its quality education that rivals the state universities offered at half the price of those schools.

Fall semester classes begin on Monday, August 24 and nearly 85% of fall courses will be offered through remote learning. The remaining courses will be offered in a hybrid online/on-campus model allowing for online instruction and labs and other practical experiences to be offered on campus. A limited number of courses in programs requiring hands-on training, such as electric utility lineworker, will be offered fully on campus.

LSSC staff remain available on campus and virtually to support students with enrollment, financial aid, course registration, and any other questions. Please visit hours of operation, addresses, and contact information.

In addition to in-person service hours two-days-a-week, LSSC Welcome Navigators will be available daily to assist with general questions and assist students on the Leesburg and South Lake Campuses.

Daily Ask Us Anything virtual drop-in sessions allow for quick answers to questions. Visit and click the LIVE button Monday through Friday from 10am-12pm and 2-4pm.

LSSC In-Person Service Hours – Beginning August 10 

  • Leesburg Campus
    • In-Person Services:  Mondays & Wednesdays from 9am – 4pm
    • Welcome Navigators:  Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays from 9am – 4pm
  • South Lake Campus
    • In-Person Services:  Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9am – 4pm
    • Welcome Navigators:  Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 9am – 4pm
  • Sumter Center
    • In-Person Services:  Mondays & Wednesdays from 9am – 4pm

As part of its new COVID-19 Aware Campus, Lake-Sumter State College is implementing a flexible learning environment and campus experience designed to keep our community safe, ensure access and quality for our students, and move us forward on our goals for our community.

In support of the COVID-19 Aware Campus, the following measures have been put into place to protect the health and safety of our community members:

  • Required face coverings for all students, employees, and visitors to campus
  • Regular and frequent cleaning and sanitization of all campus facilities with a focus on high-touch areas
  • Implement student and employee COVID-19 infection and exposure reporting procedures
  • Implement measures for physical distancing in all classrooms, offices, service areas, and learning spaces
  • Reduce campus population density from normal operations
  • Mandatory training for students and employees on all health and safety protocols put into place

Full details of the College’s Return to Campus plan is available


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