Opened in 1990, our Lloydminster campus has a modern, urban sensibility. But everything’s housed under one roof, creating a distinct sense of community togetherness. You keep running into the same people --- in the classrooms, the weight room, the library, the Vic Juba Community Theatre --- and before long everybody knows each other. It’s like a big family.
And it’s getting bigger. Lloydminster’s a boom town, and our campus is growing right along with it. The plush new Bill Kondro wing, opened Sept. 2008, features a student lounge equipped with plasma TVs, a state-of-the-art computer lab and a high-tech demonstration site for the nursing school.
Admit it --- you stopped reading after “plasma TVs,” didn’t you . . . .
Lakeland’s Lloydminster campus provides instruction to more than 500 students in seven disciplines. The basketball and volleyball teams play here, and there’s always something going on in the gym, at the theatre, or in the city just a few blocks away.
Straddling the border—The City of Lloydminster
Big city amenities with a small town heart, the City of Lloydminster has a population of 25,000 and growing. At the centre of heavy oil production, Lloydminster is also a regional hub for people in eastern Alberta and western Saskatchewan.
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