This tax season community residents and Lakeland students will get help with their taxes from business students. Twenty-seven students have volunteered to file tax returns at a series of free walk-in clinics in March and April.
Two human services instructors are taking the lead beyond the classroom by writing a series of articles and their first textbook. They'll also be speaking at the upcoming World Forum on Early Care and Education in New Zealand.
In other news
and their accomplishments are highlighted in Alice's latest president column.
As a volunteer firefighter and health care aide student, Delaney Bugiera
is committed to helping people.
The Business Club
is ready to host the fourth annual Fashion on a Budget event.
Bachelor of applied science: environmental management (BASEM) students are preparing for phase two of their Student-Environmental Consulting Office (S-ECO) projects
The School of Energy and Environmental Sciences is growing its team with the addition of an on-farm energy management program outreach officer
Updates to a wetland course will benefit conservation and restoration ecology
Three members of Lakeland's women’s volleyball team
were announced as All-Conference Award winners.
The ACAC provincials are here! Women's volleyball
kicks off today at our Lloydminster campus (Feb 23-25) and curling
starts in Vermilion tomorrow (Feb 24-26).
Lakeland celebrated Canada's Agriculture Day
on Feb 16, a celebration of our country’s farms and food producers. In honour of this day, Taste Alberta
featured several farmers, including Lakeland alum Jake Vermeer.