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Written by Nicole Bulla
The overall experience at Lake-Sumter Community College is wonderful. Since the campus is fairly small compared to other schools, it is easy to become acquainted with all of the students and faculty. Students often develop close friendships with employees at the book stores and cafés, as well as developing relationships with peers in classes. This creates a warm and friendly environment that makes students feel welcome and at home. It is assuring to have this kind of environment when classes become overwhelming and tough, because students know that help is never too far away.
Instructors are always helpful, approachable, and prepared. Their consistency sets a good example for students. Lectures help prepare students for success in their future careers, especially when professors assign work that is relevant to the job force.
The Student Government Association is a very unique aspect of Lake-Sumter. The SGA is a very active club on LSCC's campus. Members plan special events for the start of the semester, special holidays, and other occassions. They really help keep students involved not only with the campus, but also with the world around them. For example, after the earthquake in Haiti, SFA planned a fundraiser where they gave out bracelets and cookies in exchange for donations. They collected a generous amount of money to send off to earthquake survivors. Because of this active community, many students say they would pick Lake-Sumter all over again if they had to repeat their college experience.
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