5019 W Airport Drive
Kincheloe, MI 49788
Phone: 906-495-5631
Email: admin@chippewacountyedc.com

Lake Superior State University

Lake Superior State University is a personal, small-town school that provides a superior blend of liberal and technical studies in the natural setting on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. LSSU offers undergraduate degrees in 45 areas of study that attract students from every county in Michigan, more than a dozen states and provinces, and nine nations. LSSU is Michigan’s most personal public university emphasizing an undergraduate experience provided by a fully-qualified faculty and a dedicated staff.

The 115-acre campus is situated on the site of the former U.S. Army’s Fort Brady, fourteen of LSSU’s buildings are listed on various historic registers, creating a unique campus environment. Lake State was the first in the country to offer an accredited four-year Fire Science program and is one of three such programs in the nation. Students working at our aquatic research laboratory maintain one of the few fisheries in North America.

Academics & Student Body

Academic Calendar: Semester system – Fall and Spring. Summer session – May, June, and July. Total enrollment: More than 1,700 undergraduates.
88% Michigan residents with students from every county.
8.3% Ontario residents.
3.7% non-residents.
Class size: 74% have fewer than 30 people.

Athletics & Recreation

NCAA Division I ice hockey team has won five national championships (including two at the NAIA level) and competes in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA). More than a dozen LSSU players have gone to play in the National Hockey League.

NCAA Division II teams compete in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

  • Men’s and Women’s Basketball
  • Men’s and Women’s Tennis
  • Men’s and Women’s Track and Field
  • Men’s and Women’s Cross Country
  • Men’s and Women’s Golf
  • Women’s Volleyball

Learn more at the LSSU.edu website