Campus Life

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Campus Life

Lawrence Technological University (LTU)  is a private university located in Southfield, MI. The school is considered one of the foremost private technological universities and it offers undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs in STEAM fields (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics). The university's four colleges are Architecture and Design, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Management. LTU's athletic teams are known as the Blue Devils. They compete in Division II of the NAIA and joined the Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference in 2012.

 

"Campus life here at LTU is about having fun, getting to know people, but also getting one of the best degrees. It is about getting the full college experience from learning to joining the many organizations. Some of the organizations include sororities and fraternities, student government, sports, intramural sports, specific organizations for your major, engineering organizations, architecture organizations, honor societies, and many more. There are many opportunities to take a break from classes and studying, such as DeStress week, WinterFest, or Homecoming.

College isn’t just about going to school and getting a degree, but also making friends and having fun. LTU may be a smaller school, but our campus life is as lively as a bigger school.

I went into college with the mindset that I would focus on my studies and get good grades, but that changed when I saw the fun people had when they were a part of an organization. I joined a sorority and have grown so much from being a part of it. Joining KBG was one of the best decisions I have made in college. It has given me a greater outlook on life and put me in many different situations that have prepared me for the future. I have gained many friends that I know I will have for many years to come. I have had many experiences that I would not have had, had I not joined KBG. For example I wouldn’t have thought I would be a president of a sorority or jump into a freezing cold lake in the middle of winter. Being a part of KBG also made me more philanthropic by working with Special Olympics and doing more volunteering. College is a time to make new memories and have many experiences. The best way to start is by getting involved."

                                                                                                                                                                            - Megan Dixon, 
2016 President