Lake Superior State University Create Programs to Help Economically Challenged Students

Two programs at Lake Superior State University are helping students in two different ways.Lssu Clothing

Seamore’s Closet and Seamore’s Annex is open on the LSSU campus. They are both located in the library building. Seamore’s Closet has clothing and accessories for students who need clothing for important meetings.

Seamore’s Annex is right down the hallway and is tailored for those who need warmer clothes for the outdoors.

School officials say more than half of LSSU students are economically challenged.

“We are very proud to offer this opportunity to our students to come here and get professional business attire to use for networking events, interviews, attending career fairs, conferences, and present a professional image and they get to keep the items,” said career services coordinator, Geralyn Narkiewicz. “Everything is free. They get to keep everything they take.”

“This is for anybody on campus, mainly the fisheries and wildlife club runs it,” Austin Heslinga, president of LSSU Fisheries & Wildlife Club explained.  

Donations of clothing are appreciated and needed, too.  If you would like more information, send an email to gnarkiewicz@lssu.edu or phone Geralyn Narkiewicz at (906) 635-2228.

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