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Lakeland University in Plymouth, Wis., plans to open location in Sheboygan

March 8, 2022
The university plans to open Jake’s, a Lakeland Community, a space that combines Lakeland’s Cooperative Education program with university intellectual resources.

Lakeland University in Plymouth, Wis., has acquired a former office and event space in Sheboygan called Jake’s Café. 

The university says in a news release that the space will become Jake’s, a Lakeland Community and will serve as a collaborative “Communiversity” that combines Lakeland’s Cooperative Education program with university intellectual resources. 

In addition to expanded programing, Jake’s will continue to host creative communities and startups.

A Lakeland shuttle will provide free transportation from the main campus in Plymouth to the university's downtown Sheboygan location.

One of the goals for Jake’s is to create a space to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation.

Funding for the acquisition has been donated by Herbert V. Kohler, Jr. on behalf of Kohler Co. and by Richard and Kristin (Jacobson) Bemis.

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