Student Services

Summer Resource Guide

View the 360 Communities Summer 2019 Activities and Resources Guide here

Donations to Support Student Needs

We have partnered with 360 Communities to provide a donation fund, called Lakeville A Little Care Fund (or Lakeville ALC Fund), in order to meet various student needs, such as gas cards, co-pays, school supplies, classroom fees, and basic living needs such as clothes, furniture, and toiletries. If you would like to contribute to this fund, please fill out the donation form. When you fill this out, under “I would like to designate my donation to…” please select “Partners for Success: Lakeville A Little Care Fund.” A check can also be written as long as the memo includes “Partners for Success: Lakeville A Little Care Fund.” Checks can be mailed to Lakeville Area Learning Center, or if you would like to remain anonymous, to: 360 Communities 501 State Highway 13, #102 Burnsville, MN 55337 Thank you!

Career and College Planning

Free College Applications

A number of MN 2 year and 4 year colleges offer free applications. Visit the Office of Higher Education’s Free Application Opportunities for listings of when and where applications are free.


Our school uses MCIS for career and college planning and research. Ask ALC staff for the username and password.


Applying for financial aid for school is free. Students attending college should apply for financial aid to see if they qualify for grants or government loans. Use this FAFSA website to apply. See Jodi if you need assistance completing the application.


Visit Apprenticeship Minnesota for more information about apprentice opportunities in Minnesota.

Establish a Lakeville Area Learning Center Scholarship

Any scholarship donors interested in establishing a scholarship for Lakeville Area Learning Center students, please contact the coordinator, Jodi Danielson. In order to be a Lakeville ALC scholarship, the award must be offered to all graduating seniors at the Lakeville ALC. Jodi Danielson Phone: 952-232-2090

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