Lakeland records 5.8 per cent increase in fall-term enrolment
The numbers are in and enrolment numbers at Lakeland College for this year's fall term are up 5.8 per cent over this time last year.
Camera, lights, action! Agribusiness students help with industry video project
Agribusiness students in the marketing communications stream have completed the first stage of an incredible live the learning experience. The ten second-year students spent a hectic two weeks helping FarmOn Foundation with the pre-production planning and then filming of a promotional video aimed at promoting a positive image of agriculture.
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From Glenn's desk -
Lakeland College President Glenn Charlesworth wants to hear your thoughts on tuition rates. Read more
GrowSafe research project
- Do beef cattle perform better on a high moisture barley or dry rolled barley finishing diet?
The answer to that question will hopefully be known in late January thanks to a new trial recently started at the Lakeland College bull test facility at the Vermilion campus. Read more
SLIP students help make a specialized camp for Deaf-blind & Deaf a success
- First-year students in the sign language interpreter program (SLIP) teamed up with the Canadian Deaf-blind Association to provide a unique experience. From September 21 to 23, students worked as interpreters and intervenors (people who provide hand-over-hand interpreter assistance) with Deaf and Deaf-blind individuals at a specialized camp at Camp He Ho Ha, located in Parkland County near Edmonton. Learn more
Lakeland crew haul in another championship
- For the third year in a row, Lakeland College's novice women claimed the provincial university rowing title. The crew was in Calgary on the weekend and defeated a team from the University of Alberta by almost five seconds to defend their title as a top novice crew in Alberta over 1500 m. Read more
Through the lens
- Catch a glimpse of life at Lakeland College with the Lakeland Link Photo Gallery. Click here