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STUDENT COMMUNICATIONS/EMAIL 

Lawrence Tech’s official method of communication with students is through the use of University email.
All students are issued a free ltu.edu email account. They are expected to check their Lawrence Tech email
accounts frequently and regularly for notices related to enrollment and financial matters, including
important dates and deadline information.

Students’ email account IDs are composed of the first letter of their first name and the first eight letters of
their last name followed by a number if there are duplicates. Email can be accessed off campus at
http//webmail.ltu.edu. For assistance, contact the Help Desk at 248.203.2330.

Students should note that when using Blackboard, their Lawrence Tech email address is loaded to their
courses as their default email address. This means that when posting notices on discussion boards, etc.,
within Blackboard, students’ Lawrence Tech email accounts are visible to others within the class. Students
can change their default email address within Blackboard to route their Blackboard email to another
account.

Blackboard also functions as a major communications and safety hub of the University, with student
groups, professional organizations, and administrative offices having their own organizations within
Blackboard.

STUDENT INSURANCE
A 12-month health and accident insurance policy is available to all full-time students at a reasonable cost.
Contact the DTE Energy One-Stop Center or the Office of the Dean of Students for additional information.

Lawrence Technological University advises all students living in the residence halls to obtain personal
property insurance (renter’s insurance). Many students may have their personal property covered under
their parents’ homeowner’s insurance policy; check with the insurance provider to determine applicable
coverage. Personal property insurance for those students not covered by their parents’ homeowner’s
policy or for students seeking additional coverage is available through National Student Services, Inc. For
additional information, visit its website at www.nssinc.com.