The main campus on the Lac Courte Oreilles reservation community is the original College campus, established in 1982. It remains the center of activity for the college. The magnificent buildings that comprise the main campus stand tall as a bastion of intellectual and pragmatic higher education pursuits while remaining grounded in Ojibwa Cultural traditions. All academic programs and courses are offered here. The three outreach site locations in St. Croix, Washburn and Lac du Flambeau are intrinsically linked to the main campus.
The main campus serves as the headquarters for Financial Aid, TRIO and Student Support Services, Work-Based Learning, Agricultural Extension, and business offices. In addition, The College President, Vice President, Academic Dean, Dean of Student Services, The Recruitment Director and the College Registrar, and Academic Departments are also located on the main campus. A beautiful Cultural Center and auditorium provide inspirational space for College and community meetings and presentations. The College’s expansive library is also housed at the main campus. Replete with state-of-the-art computer, GIS and science laboratories, nursing training rooms, student lounges and tutoring centers, the main campus affords students every opportunity, every avenue, to achieve academic and social success. An Agricultural Extension Farm is located just off of the main campus, providing hydroponic technology, resources and education for local growers, community gardens, solar energy systems and other sustainable technologies within reach of all students and the surrounding LCO and Hayward Wisconsin communities. Research, internships and community programing are conducted at the Agricultural Extension Farm.
Whether you are planning to attend college at the main campus or at one of our three outreach sites, we encourage you to plan a visit to main campus. We look forward to seeing you soon on main campus. We are so proud of it!