Rodeo team dominates CIRA
Lakeland College Rustlers rodeo team won seven of the 10 events to earn eight buckles during the Canadian Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (CIRA) finals.
The 2017 President’s Gala – presented by Eagle Builders – generated more than $50,000 for Lakeland's student awards program, thanks to the support of generous community members, industry leaders and friends of the college.
In other news
President Alice Wainwright-Stewart shares how students and staff are taking the lead on and off campus in her latest column
Rustlers athletics celebrated individual and team accomplishments at awards night 2017
. Ahnika Kuse and Stefan Cukovic were named athletes of the year.
Interior design technology
students made plans to re-design the Vermilion campus bookstore.
This business student's interest in politics took her to Parliament Hill
says Lakeland's esthetician program is giving her the skills she needs to excel in an industry she's passionate about.
, Class of 2015, is on her way to completing a bachelor of science in agriculture, thanks to her Lakeland experience.
Lakeland is gearing up to host the10th annual Lakeland Regional Skills Competition
later this month.
Watch this video to learn more about the Rustlers basketball team's trip to Cuba
Two university transfer alumnae and one business alumna are connecting creatives through the 1450 Marketing Collective
The latest issue of Excel
- Lakeland's alumni magazine - is available.
was deemed a success, following a bull sale worth over $45,000 in March.
Athletics awards night was an opportunity to take photos with teammates, coaches and fellow athletes. Mobile phones were busy. See more photos in our gallery.