Update 2: Wednesday, November 9 at 9:30 AM
Lake-Sumter State College campuses are now closing at 12:00 PM on Wednesday, November 9 through November 10. The College is already closed on Friday, November 11 in observance of Veterans Day.
All classes, activities, and meetings will be canceled beginning at noon today. Employees should plan to leave at noon.
Instructors will communicate with students through Lakehawk email or Canvas regarding coursework updates.
Please note that during this closure there will be no access to any facilities on LSSC campuses.
Please remember to sign up to receive emergency notifications from County Emergency Management officials. These notification services will provide emergency updates regarding Tropical Storm Nicole and other significant events that may impact you. LSSC will only issue alerts relating to College operations. You can receive alerts from Lake County by signing up for AlertLake and from Sumter County by signing up for AlertSumter. If you live in another county, please visit Alert Florida to sign up for emergency alerts from your county.
Update 1: Tuesday, November 8 at 1:00 PM
In anticipation of impacts from Tropical Storm Nicole, Lake-Sumter State College will close all campus locations and cancel all classes and activities beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 9.
The College will be closed on November 10 and continue to be closed in observance of Veterans Day on November 11.
LSSC will reopen on Monday, November 14.
Please note that during this time there will be no access to any facilities on LSSC campuses. For your safety and others, do not attempt to visit any LSSC campus during this closure.
Additional information, as it becomes available, will be posted to social media and LSSC.edu.
Instructors will communicate with students through your Lakehawk email or Canvas regarding coursework updates.
LSSC encourages you to be prepared and stay informed regarding Tropical Storm Nicole and impacts to our area by watching the local news and signing up to receive emergency alerts from county officials. Visit Florida’s Get A Plan website for information on how to prepare for a disaster.