$1.2 million in awards, scholarships and bursaries
The Lloydminster campus awards celebration on March 11 was the first of two annual events recognizing both the recipients and the donors. In 2013 the awards program topped $1 million for the first time. With 21 new awards, the total continues to grow.
Dual credit continues growth
There were about 200 high school students taking dual credit courses at Lakeland College when the winter semester started in February. That's double the total of last year's winter semester.
In other news
Interim president Alice Wainwright-Stewart reflects on a busy March
Happy St. Patrick's Day tomorrow. It's not just luck that keeps you well. Check out the 2015 Wellness Fair
Beef Day 2015 is March 21
where the SMF beef teams are ready to showcase and sell purebred bulls and commercial cattle.
Alumnus Rob Cardinal
says Lakeland helped him fulfill his dream to open a clothing store. HQ Clothing Supply opened in downtown Lloydminster on March 1.
Savana Walkingbear is Lakeland College's newest All-Canadian
. The 3rd year men's volleyball left side broke the Rustlers' all-time kill record this season.
Women's basketball coach Chris King is the ACAC nominee for the CCAA coach of the year.
Basketball and futsal seasons concluded the first weekend in March. For the women's basketball team, a 4th place ACAC finish was a Rustler best while the men made an early exit in the championship tournament. Both futsal teams won silver. Now only the rodeo season remains to be completed at the Canadian Finals March 26-28. For more on all the sports action including stories about Rustler all-star selections, go to GoRustlers
There are 2 galleries this week. Check out action from the 2015 Futsal Championships
as well as the photos showing off a busy March by clicking on the photo gallery link below.