Fall term enrolment is on the upswing. As of Sept. 27, there were 2,292 full- and part-time students in credit programming at Lakeland, marking a steady increase for the third year in a row.
Husky supports HOPE
Husky Energy recently provided funding towards enhanced training in steam assisted gravity drainage and thermal operations for heavy oil power engineering students.
In other news
In President Alice Wainwright-Stewart's latest column
she shares a few Lakeland success stories and highlights how students are leading today.
Lakeland's interior design hot streak continues with Class of 2016 grads Sydney Melnyk
and Brittany McQueen
An East Central Alberta Regional Innovation Network
is now in Lloydminster thanks to Alberta Innovates, the Regional Business Accelerator and Lakeland.
Ten Lakeland business students
assisted high school students with a unique design challenge during the Indigenous Economic Partnership Summit.
Esthetician and pre-employment hairstylist students kicked off their studies with a fashion show field trip
Tonight (Oct. 14) Rustlers basketball will officially open their 2016-17 ACAC season hosting Keyano Huskies. Rustlers volleyball start their season on the road in Edmonton but will be at home tomorrow (Oct. 15). Check out their season previews.