Article:  LSSC continues to respond to COVID-19 pandemic

Lake-Sumter State College is continuing to focus on quality instruction and academic integrity as the impacts from COVID-19 require modifications to teaching methods and service offerings.

“I am humbled and astonished by the efforts of our dedicated faculty and staff,” said Dr. Stan Sidor, President of Lake-Sumter State College. “Over the last two weeks, they have worked rapidly to move hundreds of face-to-face and hybrid courses to remote learning and adapt student services and academic support resources to be offered virtually.”

The College’s Coronavirus Response Team continues to coordinate with local, state, and federal authorities for information and guidance. Consistent with guidelines from Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Florida Department of Education, all spring semester courses will be completed via remote learning. All of our campus locations will be closed, except for essential personnel, until further notice.

On-campus events at all three LSSC locations have been canceled through May 31, 2020, and no new reservations are being accepted at this time, including at Cooper Memorial Library.

The College continues to post information and resources at, including a Virtual College Services page with contact information for accessing campus services.