Prospective Students Overview

All of the information you need will be found by going to the Admissions tab.
However, we hope you'll take time to not just visit our website, but also come and visit our campus. Take a tour, or come for an event such as Open House.
You'll also want to connect with an enrolment specialist. They are guides from helping you choose a program to getting you to registration day.

Contact an
Enrolment Specialist

Contact an Enrolment Specialist

You've got a friend in an enrolment specialist.
They answer questions, give you tours and remind you about tuition deposits.
Essentially they are your guide to getting into Lakeland.
So find the enrolment specialist for your program, and give them a call.

Create Your
Own Viewbook

Create Your Own Viewbook

Click the link and start making choices.
In a few minutes you'll have your own Lakeland College viewbook.
It will appear right on your screen - computer or smart device. And you'll be emailed a copy.
Once you have your own viewbook you can also edit it. It's yours.


Compare Programs

If you aren't sure what your want to study, or if you want to get into the workforce quickly, compare our programs.
You can see their length, the credential you'll receive and whether you can attend full-time or online.

Find you

Find you Match

Roadmap to
to registration

Roadmap to to registration

Follow our step-by-step admissions guide from researching programs to arriving on campus for registration day.
Don't forget that along with the map, you also have guide- your enrolment specialist.

Tuition Credit

Tuition Credit Draw

Take a campus tour, and you're eligible for our tuition credit draw.
We draw a name from each campus and the lucky winners receive a tuition credit for their second semester.
It's a great bonus for doing something you want to do anyway.

Open House &
Info Sessions

Open House & Info Sessions

We love visitors, so come and see us on Open House and for one of our info sessions.
Open House is two-days in October, a Friday and Saturday. Both campuses are open both days. Tour, apply, talk to faculty and current students, see a Rustlers game or rodeo.
Our info sessions are specific to particular schools. So there's one for every school from agricultural sciences to university transfer. Typically they start in late February and run through March. Check the info session schedule for more information.



Did we mention we like visitors? If you're someone who wants to experience Lakeland on your own, then student-for-a-day is for you.
Talk to an enrolment specialist to organize your day at Lakeland.


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International Students

If you don't have a Canadian passport  or a residency card, then you are an international student.