Lawrence Technological University
Leaders in the Making
Lawrence Technological University is an accredited, private university providing students a rigorous, high-quality education - an education that pays off. Most Lawrence Tech students are employed within one month of graduating and according to a Bloomberg Businessweek survey, the earning power of a Lawrence Tech bachelor's degree ranks in the top third of all U.S. universities. This means Lawrence Tech grads tend to earn more during their careers than other college graduates.
Located in Southfield, Michigan, a dynamic business- and technology-focused suburb about 30 minutes from downtown Detroit, Lawrence Tech offers more than 100 innovative programs in Colleges of Architecture and Design, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Management - all featuring exceptional exposure to theory and practice.
From the economy to the environment, Lawrence Tech is aggressively addressing the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. The institution's distinctive Leadership Program is designed to help students develop an entrepreneurial spirit and a global view while providing them a practical, marketable advantage. Through leadership-focused courses and experiences integrated into all undergraduate curricula, students can gain the critical thinking, teamwork, and communication skills that employers seek. Students of Lawrence Tech graduate with a degree and a Leadership Portfolio, which can help them stand out in today's competitive global environment.
Why Technological is Lawrence Tech's Middle Name
Lawrence Tech is committed to providing students the tools they need to compete and succeed in a technology-driven world. The University provides powerful, custom-configured laptop or tablet computers to all undergraduates, customized with all needed software- a unique benefit valued up to $15,000. Its high-tech 102-acre campus features a full range of academic, housing, and recreational amenities, as well as state-of-the-art learning facilities. Students have access to architectural and design studios; senior project lab and studio space; fabrication labs; a wind tunnel; wood, metal, and model shops; chemistry, biology, and tissue labs; a mechatronics lab; a structural testing center; a 4 x 4 chassis dynamometer; alternative energy, mechanical, and electrical labs; a thermal dynamics lab; a graphics lab; a clay modeling studio; and the Denso Instructional Technology Lab.
Lawrence Tech offers small class sizes and all classes, lectures, and labs are taught by faculty with current industry experience. Courses are available days, evenings, weekends, and online. Lawrence Tech also maintains relationships with universities in Asia, Canada, Europe, Mexico, and the Middle East.
Students may participate in innovative applied research partnerships with industry and government in Southfield and nationwide that offers them remarkable hands-on experience.
Lawrence Tech offers an exciting - and growing - student life.
More than 60 student clubs and organizations, including fraternities,
sororities, honor societies, and student chapters of professional groups
sponsor a variety of activities. Recreational facilities include the Don Ridler
Field House, which features a fitness track, gymnasium, racquetball courts,
game room, saunas, and weight and conditioning room. A member of the National
Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, Lawrence Tech offers varsity sports
in men's and women's: soccer, cross country, bowling, volleyball, lacrosse,
basketball. The men's hockey team plays in the American Collegiate Hockey
Association (ACHA Division III).
Intramural sports leagues and tournaments in badminton, basketball, billiards,
dodgeball, flag football, golf, racquetball, soccer, softball, table tennis,
tennis, volleyball, and wallyball are active throughout the academic year. Club
sports include lacrosse, mixed martial arts, and biking.
Some 75 percent of Lawrence Tech students receive financial aid - $40 million annually. Federal, state, and institutional grants, loans, academic and need-based scholarships, and work-study can make your education more affordable (www.ltu.edu/financial_aid). Competitive scholarships, based on merit, are available to all freshmen and transfer students.
For more information or to make an appointment to tour campus, call 800.225.5588, email
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