The College has two campuses: Vermilion Campus, and Lloydminster Campus. Lakeland is the only one out of the two student-managed farms (crops and livestock) that exist in North America. The Crop Technology program allows students to use the Student Managed Farm (SMF) to develop and improve grain farming skills, such as GIS technology, operation and utilization of the GPS, management of farm finance, machinery operation, and specialty crop marketing (oilseed and grain).
Their other facilities include: the Alumni House, The Learning Centre, Conference Services, Alumni Theatre, Vic Juba Community Theatre, Vermilion Aquatic Centre, and Student Employment Centre. Students can also avail of the housing accommodation of the school. Their available residences are in the Vermilion (Single Student Housing, Family Housing, and Rent) and Lloydminster (Single Student Residences--Spinwheels and Family Student Residences -- Townhouses) campuses.
Lakeland knows that going to college isn’t just confined in the classroom walls. Clubs are a great way to get out of the academic environment and connect with friends, pursue interests, and develop newfound hobbies. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the available clubs offered to the students, such as: Lakeland Christian Friends (Vermilion), Climbing, Enviro Club, Judging Team, Lakeland Live (Lloyd), Lakeland Players, Outdoor Recreation (ORC), Men's Hockey, Ranch & Stockhorse, Stock Dog, Stockman's, Rodeo, Women's Hockey, and Yearbook.
The Lakeland College Rustlers is the varsity team of the school, and it competes in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference in basketball, volleyball, and curling. Cross-Country and Soccer will also be added in 2010. The Rustlers are competitive in Rodeo, Curling, and Rowing, and it is the only college team that competes with Western Canadian university crews for Rowing events. There are also the Rustlers Golf Tournament, Summer Camps and other recreational activities. Students who want to have fun can also enjoy the pool, or play hockey on the side.
The following programs are available: ACADEMIC UPGRADING (Academic Upgrading, Adult Basic Education ,College Preparation, High School Equivalency, Agribusiness, AgroEnviromental Technology, Animal Health Technology, Animal Science Technology, Crop Technology, Dairy Production, General Agriculture, Livestock Production, Ranch Feedlot Rider, Accounting Technician, Agribusiness, Appraisal and Assessment, Business Administration, Financial Services); AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES (Agribusiness, AgroEnviromental, Technology, Animal Health Technology, Animal Science Technology, Crop Technology, Dairy Production, General Agriculture, Livestock Production, Ranch Feedlot Rider); BUSINESS (Accounting Technician, Agribusiness, Appraisal and Assessment, Bachelor of Applied Business, Business Administration, Financial Services, Management, Office Administration, Professional Accounting); CONTINUING EDUCATION (Adventure Tourism & Outdoor Recreation, Conservation and Restoration Ecology (CARE), Environmental Conservation Reclamation, Environmental Protection, Techology, Renewable Energy & Conservation, Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation); ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (Esthetician Massage Therapy Practical Nurse); FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES (Bachelor of Applied Business: Emergency Services, EMT Emergency Services Technician, Paramedic); HEALTH & WELLNESS (Esthetician, Massage Therapy, Practical Nurse); HUMAN SERVICES (American Sign Language and Deaf Studies, Child and Youth Care, Early Learning & Child Care(Certificate), Early Learning & Child Care (Diploma), Educational Assistant, Sign Language Interpretation, Transitional Vocational); INTERIOR DESIGN; TOURISM; TRADES & TECHNOLOGY (Automotive Service Technician, Carpentry, Electrical, Heavy Equipment Technician, Heavy Oil Operations Technician, Instrumentation, Parts Technician, Pre-employment Electrical, Pre-employment Instrumentation, Pre-employment Welding, Steamfitter/Pipefitter, Welding); and UNIVERSITY TRANSFER.
The college offers students financial aid and awards. Some of them include: Student Loans, Bursaries, Awards, and Scholarships, other funding sources, funding for Aboriginal Students, funding for Apprentice, skill upgrading and work retraining, and funding for students with disabilities.
Vermilion is a town in Vermilion River County, central Alberta, Canada. For a small town, Vermilion is the hometown of several prominent Canadians, including cross-country skier Beckie Scott, hockey player Jeff Woywitka, cookbook author Jean Paré.
In Vermillion there is a new community centre be build. This new community centre will be located on land west of the Agricultural Society fairgrounds, 6 acres generously donated by the Lakeland College and Alberta Advanced Education. The design is projected to include a large hall, banquet area, and meeting rooms, but will ultimately lead up to the final amount of money raised. This building is intended to cater up to banquets of 600 people, crowds of 1000 seated people, and other similar situations. The blueprints have also been planned to accommodate several groups such as the Toy Lending Library and dance programs now currently sheltered in the aging Morrison Cultural Centre.