From the Seeley G. Mudd Library to annual Björklunden Seminars at our Door County retreat to our teacher certification program, Lawrence provides a variety of services and life-long learning opportunities for Fox Cities residents.

Outside view of the Mudd Library building with tables and chairs in front.

Seeley G. Mudd Library 

Members of the Fox Cities are welcome to use the Mudd Library to explore the university’s collections, conduct research using our electronic resources, or view government documents collected from the Federal Depository Library Program.   

View of WCC in summer

Lunch at Lawrence

Take advantage of this life-long learning tradition! For nearly 40 years, Lunch at Lawrence has provided the Fox Valley community opportunities to hear from a diverse group of Lawrence faculty on a wide range of issues and topics. Lunches take place every Friday during the academic year.

Warch Campus Center at sunset

Teacher Certification Program

Lawrence's teacher certification program is available to Lawrence students and alumni, and graduates from other colleges and universities. 

Bjorklunden's great room

Mielke Summer Institute 

Each summer, Appleton and Shawano K-12 public educators can immerse themselves in the liberal arts while exploring new ideas and examining issues of cultural and societal importance. The week-long institute is held at the Björklunden campus in Door County. 

Bjorklunden bench overlooking Lake Michigan shoreline by Rob Kopecky

Vacation with a Focus 

Combine relaxation and education at Lawrence’s annual Björklunden seminar program on the shores of Lake Michigan.

Lawrence prepares students to adapt and succeed in an ever-changing world, developing abilities that are highly valued in the workplace. 

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