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Elevator Issues at South Lake Science-Health Building (Update: Repaired)

The partial power outage at the Science-Health Partnership Building on the South Lake Campus is repaired. The building’s elevator is still under repair.

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LSSC announces 2019 Distinguished Alumni & Hall of Fame Winners

Lake-Sumter State College and the Lake-Sumter State College Foundation are pleased to announce the 2019 Distinguished Alumni & Hall of Fame Award winners.

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LSSC Cross Country Teams Finish Inaugural Season, 2 Runners Qualify for Nationals

LSSC runners William Troupe and Alexander Croy both qualified for the 2019 NJCAA Division I Men’s Cross Country Championship in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on November 9. This marks the second time in College history that a Lakehawk team has qualified for a national championship.

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LSSC Continuing Education Offers Wreath Making Course in November

LSSC’s Continuing Education will offer a Wreath Making course on November 14, just in time for the holiday season.

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LSSC gives back in 2019 Lakehawk Community Service Day

The LSSC community donated over 1,000 hours of community service on Friday to 22 projects across Lake and Sumter Counties at the second annual Lakehawk Service Day on October 18.

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Lakehawk Sports: Cross Country Displays Magical Performances at Disney Classic

The Lake-Sumter State College men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the 23rd annual Disney Cross Country Classic this past weekend. The men’s team competed in a field of 12 different college programs ranging from NJCAA to NCAA Division I. Over 120 runners participated in the 8k race. Alexander Croy and William Troupe finished back-to-back in 21st and 22nd place, respectively.…

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LSSC Theatre production of “Peter Pan in Neverland” coming Oct. 25 and 26

The community is invited to a student theater production of “Peter Pan in Neverland” that will be performed at the Lake-Sumter State College Paul P. Williams Auditorium on the Leesburg Campus on October 25 & 26.

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Leesburg Campus to Reopen on Oct. 2 – Precautionary Boil Orders in Effect

All classes and activities on the Leesburg campus will resume tomorrow, October 2. A precautionary boil order is in effect for the Student Center, Fine Arts & Convocation Center (Gymnasium).

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Leesburg Campus Closed on Oct. 1 due to water main break

Out of an abundance of caution, the Leesburg Campus has been closed for the day and all in-person classes have been canceled. All operations continue at the South Lake Campus and Sumter Center.

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Lakehawk Sports: Cross Country Competes at Mountain Dew Invitational, Men’s Team Takes First Place

With a total team score of 658, the men’s team ran themselves into the history books taking first place at the Invitational. The average finishing time for the Lakehawks was 29:25, 00:06 better than Seminole State, who came in second.

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Lakehawk Sports: A Volleyball Rivalry Renewed

After a rocky start to the conference schedule, the Lake-Sumter State College volleyball team got back on track Wednesday with a win over Pasco-Hernando State College.

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Leesburg Campus Road Closure through Thursday 9/26

Due to impacts from the ongoing infrastructure project on the Leesburg Campus, all traffic exiting Lot B must use the east side exit toward the Health Sciences Center. Traffic entering campus from College Drive will be one-way only. This closure is expected to last through Thursday, September 26. Thank you for your patience as we…