Sept. 28, 2017
Students and industry to benefit from new Dairy Learning Centre

Lakeland College students will take the lead in the college’s new Dairy Learning Centre that officially opened on August 22.

Since then, the cows have come home, we've celebrated the Eagle Builders scholarship, and we put together a photo gallery of the event.

You can read more about the new 47,000 sq. ft. facility from these regional media outlets.
News release
Lakeland adds $120M to local economy
During the 2015-16 academic year, Lakeland College, its students and alumni added $119.9 million to the local economy.
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In other news
President Alice Wainwright-Stewart expresses her gratitude towards staff and faculty who put in the extra mile for Lakeland students in her latest column.

Darrel Howell, Lakeland's chair of the board of governors, welcomes everyone to a new academic year and extends a heartfelt thank you to everyone for their tremendous support through various college and student initiatives. 

Graduates of Lakeland College’s award-winning interior design technology program can now transfer their credits towards a bachelor of interior design degree.

Fuelled by innovation, Lakeland College looks to fill oil and gas industry void with a petroleum management diploma program – the only one of its kind in Alberta.

Beginning this fall, adults can take Grade 12 courses at Lakeland’s Lloydminster campus.

Alumni Spotlight

Taking a leap across the pond, Iain Bushell has been appointed deputy chief officer of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

Former UT student Tyson Tetoff travels from Kamsack, Sask., to pursue MD in Oranjestad, Aruba.

What Lacey Jurke thought would set her on the path to becoming a veterinarian actually shined a light on a lifelong desire to become a medical doctor.

Becoming a municipal fire chief was a dream turned into a reality for Shawn McKerry

Photo gallery
Flag raising ceremonies
Lakeland College and the surrounding indigenous communities raised the Treaty 6 and Métis flags at both campuses on September 14.
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The Rustlers soccer and rowing 2017 season is underway. Visit their redesigned website for complete schedules.
Coming events
Sept. 29
P3 Graduation


Oct. 4
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Walk


Oct. 9
Thanksgiving Day

Both campuses closed

Oct. 12
Marketing Opportunities in Conservation Incentives Seminar


Oct. 19
Official opening of the Lloydminster Energy Park


Oct. 21
Band in the Sand


Oct. 20-21
Open House

Vermilion & Lloydminster

Oct. 21-22
CIRA Fall Classic


Nov. 9
Reconciliation Speaker Series with Harold Johnson


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