|Female only: 56 beds||Lowest: $1,173.00||Highest: $1,564.00
|Male only: 56 beds||Lowest: $1,173.00||Highest: $1,564.00
|Co-ed: 580 beds||Lowest: $1,173.00||Highest: $1,564.00
|Family: 22 beds||Lowest: $2,230.00||Highest: $3,440.00
Residences are available on our Lloydminster and Vermilion campuses. There are 22 individual family units available. The number of beds within each unit varies. All prices are per semester.
The cost can be estimated using the online fee calculator. All of the residence fees include electrical, heating, and cable TV. All units are supplied with stoves and fridges.
There is an off-campus housing list available for students at our Vermilion Campus.
Career counselling and testing is offered to all prospective and current students. The Student Employment Centre (www.lakelandcollege.ca/campus-life/student-employment) offers many services to help students find jobs and careers, including a job bank, a career resource centre, one on one counselling, and career and job workshops.
Badminton (F/M), Ball Hockey (F/M), Basketball (F/M), Beach Volleyball (F/M), Bowling (F/M), Curling (F/M), Golf (F/M), Ice Hockey (F/M), Racketball (F/M), Rodeo (F/M), Rowing (F/M), Soccer (F/M), Squash (F/M), Swimming (F/M), Volleyball (F/M), Wall Climbing (F/M), Weightlifting (F/M)
Basketball (F/M), Cross Country Running (F/M), Curling (F/M), Indoor Soccer (F/M), Rodeo (F/M), Rowing (F/M), Running (F/M), Soccer (F/M), Volleyball (F/M)
State of the art recreation and fitness facilities are available at our Vermilion Campus.
At the Lloydminster Campus, your student ID allows you FREE use of the city aquatic centre and hot tubs, as well as the city's modern training facility (Servus Sports Centre) for a small annual user fee. See our website (www.lakelandcollege.ca/campus-life/recreation) for more information.
Many on-campus recreational activities are planned throughout the year. Contact Lakeland College's Recreation Department for further details.
There are a variety of clubs on campus including Christian Friends, Outdoor Recreation Club, Climbing Club, Ag-Tour Club, Lakeland Players, Rodeo Club, Judging Team, Stockdog Club, Ranch Horse Club, Stockman's Club, Lakeland Voices, Lakeland Music Club, Women's Hockey Team, Men's Hockey Team, and Student Ambassador Club. These clubs change from year to year depending on student request and interest. For more information about our clubs, see our website (www.lakelandcollege.ca/campus-life/clubs).
The College provides students with email and Internet access through computer labs on all campuses. The College has just introduced a new program called Lakeland Live, this program allows students to access all school information online on a personal account, such as paying tuition or looking at transcripts. The student portal is MyLakeland.
We have an Inclusive Post-Secondary Program designed to help students with special needs. We also having the Learning Centre (one on both campuses) to provide our student with tutoring/study skills workshops and educational support.
Lakeland College has over 800 formal transfer agreements registered with the Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfers (ACAT) and more than 300 with the Saskatchewan Council on Admissions and Transfers (SaskCAT). These agreements support transfer of Lakeland College courses and programs to universities, and to other public colleges and technical institutes. We also have transfer agreements with institutions in other Canadian provinces and in the US. Lakeland College is dedicated to ensuring smooth transitions for learners and transferability. The most often transfers by Lakeland College students are to the following institutions: University of Calgary, University of Alberta, University of Saskatchewan, Athabasca University, and Royal Roads University. However, past students have successfully transferred and received course credits at as many as 18 other universities across Canada. Talk to an Enrolment Specialist for more information.
There’s no hiding from the Canadian experience at Lakeland College. International students have been coming to Lakeland since 1924 when 64 British boys spent five months at the college learning about agriculture. Since then Lakeland has attracted students from numerous countries including Thailand, Philippines, India, China, Qatar, Australia, Poland and South Africa.
The College offers tours. You can arrange a tour by calling 1-800-661-6490 or emailing email@example.com