Lakeland’s Rob Baron is one of four people in Canada to receive a gold level Award of Excellence from Colleges and Institutes Canada.
Green and gold celebration: Class of 2016
Lakeland College's alumni family has grown again! With three convocation celebrations for the Class of 2016 complete, there is much to share:
In other news
Board of Governors chair Darrel Howell
expresses his thanks and appreciation to all in his latest column.
President Alice Wainwright-Stewart
reports on a busy May and June.
This business alumnus - Kagan Kneen, Class of 2006 and 2008
- is excelling in telecoms.
A former member of the military graduates with distinction from the health care aide program.
After completing HOG, HOOT and HOPE, Shawna Dillon
is looking forward to a career in power engineering.
In 2015-16, 56 international students from 20 different countries studied at Lakeland, including Darija and Davor Lopicic.
Thanks to the new Student Managed Enterprise
, agribusiness students gained valuable business experience running several retail operations.
Working with real clients, including Acton's Lower Shannon Farms, provided real marketing experience
for business students.
Tickets are now on sale for Feast on the Farm
, an agricultural celebration like no other.
Learn more about the college's goals for the future in the 2016-19 Comprehensive Institutional Plan
During the CICan conference May 29-31 in Quebec City, Alice Wainwright-Stewart, Rob Baron and Mike Crowe presented a session about Lakeland’s culture of encouraging inverted leadership including providing students the opportunity to take the lead. They are pictured together after Rob received the gold CICan Leadership Excellence Award. Check out the final photo gallery of the 2015-16 academic year to see what else has been happening around our campuses.