Working our way to the top
Lakeland College was named one of Alberta's Top 70 Employers for 2017. The college is one of only five post-secondary institutions to receive this recognition for 2017.
Close to $1.5 million will be distributed to Lakeland College students through the student awards program by the end of the 2016-2017 academic year, marking a new milestone for the program.
In other news
In President Alice Wainwright-Stewart's latest column
, she highlights the great events that were held on campus during Aboriginal Awareness Week.
Darrel Howell shares greetings on behalf of the board of governors in his column
. He covers some of Lakeland's latest events and shares an update on board vacancies.
Our Rustlers women's volleyball team claimed the first national championship
in a series of firsts and gold medals.
Generous donor support, including seven new donors - one of whom is business alumnus Don Shaw
- will see more than 1,500 students benefit from Lakeland's student awards program this year. Watch our 2017 video
This trades alumna
made her television debut and shared her welding skills on the Discovery channel.
The history and legacy of Green Cup
will continue when it returns to Lakeland this spring. Register your team now!
Thirty-five Rustlers are on their way to the 2017 Canadian Intercollegiate Rodeo Association finals
. They'll compete at the Agrium Western Event Centre on the Calgary Stampede Grounds from March 30 to April 1.
Our first-year interior design students had a busy but fantastic few days in Calgary last week. The National Music Centre, Stonemaster Granite, Banbury Lane Design Centre, Colin Campbell, and Bradlee Distributors were a few of the places they visited during their two-day field trip. Thanks to our friends with NKBA Prairie Provinces Chapter for helping to coordinate and host our visit. Check out our photo gallery to see what else Lakeland students and staff have been up to.