The College recognizes that there are many students who may experience challenges in their lives outside of the classroom that may create stress and anxiety which impacts their academic performance. Challenges may include accessing enough food to eat every day, safe and stable housing, issues with childcare, family obligations, physical and mental health, unexpected bills, or issues with accessing technology.
As a student, your safety, health, and well-being are our primary concerns and we want to be able to support you in any way that we can.
This webpage contains information on resources on campus and within the Duluth community.
This is not exhaustive of current offerings and will be updated regularly to reflect changes with services, resources, and support. Please contact Wade Gordon, Dean of Students, at [email protected] with questions or if you have a resource to include.
LSC provides various resources to meet your Health and Wellness Needs, including a Wellness Center, Respite Rooms, on campus low cost or free Dental, Physical Therapy and Massage Therapy appointments, among many other supportive options.
Lake Superior College takes the safety and security of its students and employees seriously and has many resources available to you.
Whether you need help choosing classes, finding Day Care, transfer services, Counseling, advocacy, etc., LSC provides sundry support pathways to meet your various needs.
- Dean of Students – Student Advocate
- Disability Services
- Emergency Funds – Foundation
- Foundation – Grants and Scholarships
- Health and Wellness Support
- Scholarships – Foundation
- Security – Safety on campus, Incident Reporting, Escort services
- Tele-Health Appointments
College and University Basic Needs Website 211
211 Basic Needs Resource Hub
Lake Superior College and Minnesota State have partnered with United Way 211 to establish a statewide basic needs resource hub. The basic needs resource hub provides Lake Superior College students access to basic needs resources and support available on campus and in the community via phone, text, or chat 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.
United Way 211 provides free and confidential health and human services information. They are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to connect you with the resources and information you need. If you’re looking for information about services available in your community for you or a loved one, they can help.
Text MNHELP to 898-211(TXT211) or call 211 (toll free at 1-800-543-7709) to speak with one of their highly trained information and referral specialists. Your call is completely confidential, and they have call menus in English, Spanish, and Hmong. Interpreters are also available for any language.
Visit the 211 website to learn more or to explore resources and support that may be available.
To search the 211 database of basic needs resources online, please visit the student basic needs website.