Possible is Everything
Lawrence Technological University is a 4500-student, private university providing students with a rigorous, high-quality education, an education that pays off. The Brookings Institution ranks LTU fifth among U.S. colleges and universities for boosting graduates' earning potential. Payscale.com reports that salaries of LTU bachelor's graduates are in the top 10 percent nationally. Some 86 percent of students are employed or grad school bound by the date of their graduation, greater than the national average.
Located in Southfield, a dynamic corporate center and technology-focused suburb in southeastern Michigan, LTU offers more than 100 innovative programs in Colleges of Architecture and Design, Arts and Sciences, Business and Information Technology, and Engineering -- all featuring exceptional exposure to theory and practice. LTU offers numerous new degrees and certificates in the in-demand fields of sustainability, embedded systems, robotics, nursing, and the life sciences.
Students benefit from small classes, studios, and labs taught by faculty members with current industry experience. Courses are available days, evenings, weekends, and online.
From the economy to the environment, LTU is aggressively addressing the challenges and opportunities of today. The University's focus on leadership 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.
Lawrence Tech provides students the tools they need to compete and succeed in a technology-driven world. Students are provided high-end laptops with industry-standard software -- retailing on average over $75,000 -- a benefit unique to LTU. Learn more at www.ltu.edu/LTuZone.
Lawrence Tech's 107-acre campus features a full range of academic, housing, and recreational amenities, as well as state-of-the-art learning facilities. These include LTU's Center for Innovative Materials Research and Taubman Engineering, Architecture, and Life Sciences Complex; architectural and design studios; structural testing center; wind tunnel; wood, metal, and model shops; 4 x 4 chassis dynamometer; and labs for alternative energy, robotics, and biomedical research.
Students may participate in co-ops, internships, projects, competitions, and applied research partnerships that offer remarkable hands-on experience. Intercollegiate competitions focus on the design and/or construction of supermileage vehicles, electric motorcycles, and Baja vehicles. Blue Devil Motorsports teams design, build, and race Formula-style vehicles.
LTU's Study Abroad program is open to all students. The University partners with universities in Asia, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Europe, and the Middle East. The Global Engineering program arranges for engineering students to work and study abroad.
Lawrence Tech offers an exciting student life. There are lots of opportunities to get involved on campus, with more than 60 student clubs and organizations, including fraternities, sororities, honor societies, and student chapters of professional groups.
LTU features NAIA, ACHA, and USBC athletics in men's and women's basketball, soccer, lacrosse, bowling, golf, tennis, ice hockey, volleyball, and cross country, as well as women's softball, and men's baseball and football. Students may also cheer on the Blue Devil athletes as part of LTU's marching band or dance team. Learn more at BlueDevilAthletics.com.
Intramural sports leagues and tournaments are active in over a dozen sports. Club sports include lacrosse, mixed martial arts, and biking. The Don Ridler Field House features a fitness track, gymnasium, racquetball courts, game room, saunas, and weight and conditioning room.
The University's four residence halls feature community living and include one- and two-bedroom, apartment-style suites that accommodate two to four students. All utilities, wifi, basic cable TV, and parking are included.
Creating a greener future
LTU has been a part of the technological revolution for over 85 years, in addition to being at the forefront of the green revolution. From sustainable engineering, architecture, and construction to chemistry and biology, students are combining theory and practice with "green" technology and designing everything from earth-friendly transportation to energy-efficient homes.
Even Lawrence Tech's campus is "green." The A. Alfred Taubman Student Services Center is an innovative 42,000-square-foot building that uses many energy-efficient and environmentally friendly features and technologies including: geothermal wells that students can study; bioswale; water recycling systems; an exterior designed to reduce heat loss and maximize daylight without succumbing to excessive heat gain; and a multi-layer "green" roof, planted with sedum, a drought-resistant groundcover.
Over 98% of Lawrence Tech students receive financial aid; the average, annual, need-based package is $26,270. Federal, state, and institutional grants, loans, academic and need-based scholarships, and work-study programs can make college more affordable. Interested students should visit www.ltu.edu/financial_aid for details. Competitive scholarships, based on merit, are available to students, including transfer.
For more information about becoming a Blue Devil, interested students should contact Lawrence Tech's Office of Admissions.
Lawrence Technological University
Office of Admissions
21000 West Ten Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075-1058
800.CALL.LTU OR 800.225.5588
Majors & Degrees
|Architecture And Related Services||Associate||Bachelors|
|Architectural And Building Sciences|
|Biological And Biomedical Sciences||Associate||Bachelors|
|Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services||Associate||Bachelors|
|Business Administration And Management|
|Information Resources Management|
|Communication, Journalism And Related Programs||Associate||Bachelors|
|Digital Communication And Media/multimedia|
|Radio And Television|
|Speech Communication And Rhetoric|
|Communications Technologies/Technicians And Support Services||Associate||Bachelors|
|Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics And Special Effects|
|Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services||Associate||Bachelors|
|Bioengineering And Biomedical Engineering|
|Computer Software Engineering|
|Electrical And Electronics Engineering|
|Mechatronics, Robotics, And Automation Engineering|
|Construction Engineering Technology|
|Manufacturing Engineering Technology|
|Mechanical Engineering/mechanical Technology|
|English Language And Literature/Letters||Associate||Bachelors|
|Health Professions And Related Clinical Sciences||Associate||Bachelors|
|Registered Nursing/registered Nurse|
|Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities||Associate||Bachelors|
|Mathematics And Statistics||Associate||Bachelors|
|Mathematics And Computer Science|
|Visual And Performing Arts||Associate||Bachelors|
|Design And Visual Communications|
|Industrial And Product Design|
|Type||Application Closing||Notification Date||Rolling Admissions|
|Fall freshmen||August 15th||August 26th||Yes|
|Other early decision plan||Not reported||Not reported|
|Transfer||August 15th||August 26th||Yes|
Test Scores Accepted
|Test||Avg. Score Accepted||25th Percentile||75th Percentile|
|SAT Critical Reading||470||650|
Tuition & Fees
|Black or African American||6.02%|
|White or Caucasian||60.52%|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||0.27%|
|Two or more races||1.6%|
Freshman car parking
|% of undergrad students who live in college housing||36%|
Discovery Days, New Student Convocation and Welcome Back Picnic
American Institute of Architecture Students, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Sigma Phi Epsilon, American Society of Civil Engineers and Student Government
Campus Security & Safety
|Track And Field||No||No|
|Track And Field||No||No|