I attended Lakeland after graduating from Madison High School. With the tuition being extremely low, going to this school gave me the option of buying time in deciding upon my major. This proved wise, for it gave me a taste of what would be expected from me in college. It teaches you to rely on yourself for the quality of your education. Though it is far from glamourous, I was surprised upon pulling up to Lakeland the first time. Its quite large. There are seperate sections of each building dedicated to a certain group of study. There is a seperate engineering building, a library, a gym. Its all standard and basic. What is most important here is knowing that you are attending a community college, what can you expect? I was pleased in going to Lakeland because of all of the options. If you feel like you may be interested in a certain major, I would advise you to take a course in the subject. Lakeland makes trial-and-error a much more cost-effecient and less stressful process. This lack of pressure can be great, depending on how seriously you take your education. There are many people that I have witnessed falling into the comfort of the lack of pressure at LCC. They map out scholarship opportunities for you and condense it into one, short packet. I would suggest taking the Career Exploration Course, even if you think you know what you will be majoring in. It offers plenty to learn about the options available to you, and who exactly you are. Most of these classes can be transferred over to Universities. However; you must mind that if your class was not a part of the curriculum for the degree you seek at said University, it is wasted. You have to set up with the Transfer Center at both universities. There are plenty of opportunities and resources at Lakeland, I think it is a decent school. It's helped me immensely for making my next step. You just have to utilize those resources to the best of your ability. See it for yourself, set up a tour. You'll knoq if its right for you.