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  • Everyone has a viewbook and pen I will refer to different pages as we go through the presentation Inquiry card in middle of book Fill out for 3 reasons Win a t-shirt Entered into our database under program interest so we can sent you information and updates We are collecting stats on programs we do not currently offer as well so even if we don’t currently have a program that interests you, please write it on the card and hand it in
  • Vermilion, AB Small town - population about 4,400 Began in 1913 Agricultural College at that time Currently has approximately 800 plus full-time students Has many part-time, trades and fire students as well
  • Lloydminster, AB/SK Currently has approximately 600 plus full-time students New Bill Kondro wing – 12 million dollar wing State-of-the-art science labs and facility Use U of A physics manuals and had to redo them to reflect our equipment because U of A students don’t get to use that equipment until 3 rd or 4 th year
  • CIC = Crown Investment Corporation - Up to 20 new bursaries (each $5,000 annually) will be awarded to qualifying Aboriginal students (Indian, Inuit and Métis) enrolled as full-time students in Lakeland College programs beginning this fall
  • Show Program Area guide at beginning of viewbook – don’t go through every program UT options – show them the transfer table – p 15 old book Health & Wellness – point out Esthetics & Massage Therapy programs as well Human Services – make note of Sign Language programs and Australia practicum Interior Design – NKBA accreditation and winners in international competition for last 7 years
  • 85% or higher in 5 academic subjects automatically qualifies you for 1500 – 3500 in Academic Excellence Scholarships There are deadlines for other scholarships, awards and bursaries – that info is on the website in Fin Aid section
  • Separate Scholarship funding – most have athletic scholarships Many athletes are scouted Futsal/soccer – no pics yet See accomplishments in viewbook?? Scholarships Recruiting process Nationally ranked teams Many accomplishments Best to contact Rec Department and talk to someone about their processes Might be able to come out and practice with team Check out the Rustlers site http://www.lakelandcollege.ca/rustlers/
  • List clubs here Put in a picture on corresponding slide if available’ Talk about life after classes and the benefits of being involved – can get awards for involvement, reduces home sicknesses, get to know others on campus Club link on website – lots to see Create your own club
  • tell them about non-competitive – classes may fill up and some do every year Take them to the book information (pg 43 in old book) Explain how it works – website and phone number are on the back of your viewbook
  • -www.lakeland college.ca Detailed info on programs and courses – career info , salaries, industry links, pictures Fee calculator Searchable database in Fin Aid Admission process & requirements Clubs Facebook Join Groups for your grade Check for info and contests throughout the year Twitter Videos on utube Other social media??
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    • 1. Where is Lakeland College?
    • 2. Vermilion Campus
    • 3. Lloydminster Campus100% of students after taking University Transfer at Lakeland College and moving on to other institutions, say they made the right choice to come to Lakeland first. Why? Easier transition, small class sizes & more enjoyable personal experience.
    • 4. What’s New at Lakeland?• New student centre – Vermilion• Trades remodel Vermilion & Lloydminster• Land purchase of 10 quarters for Farm/Enviro labs & applied research & future expansion• Veterinary Medical Technician – 1 yr program
    • 5. Program Areas•University Transfer Routes withDegree Options•Business Certificates , Diplomas &Degree Options•Agricultural Programs•Environmental Sciences•Fire & Emergency Services•Trades•Health & Wellness•Human Services•Interior Design•Adventure Tourism & OutdoorRecreation•Event Coordinator•Academic Upgrading•Transitional Vocational
    • 6. Scholarship Info & Deadlines!• Grade 11 Marks Count• Not all awards are based on marks• Financial Aid – searchable database• Website links for awards and scholarships• 09/10 - awarded over $691 000 to 833 students http://www.lakelandcollege.ca/campus_life/financial_aid/
    • 7. Athletics• Scholarships• Recruiting process• Nationally ranked teams• Many accomplishments• Best to contact Rec Department and talk to someone about their processes• Might be able to come out and practice with team• Check out the Rustlers site http://www.lakelandcollege.ca/rustlers/
    • 8. Residence Vermilion• Set up like the Frat Houses you see in American movies• 32 – 44 students in a house• Co-Ed• Double rooms and Single rooms• FREE Laundry in each building• Kitchen & lounge areas Virtual Tours http://www.lakelandcollege.ca/virtualtours/vermilion/
    • 9. Residence Lloydminster • More like a townhouse • Up to 8 students in a house • Can be Co-Ed but doesn’t have to be • Kitchen & Living Room • Single rooms – 2 bathrooms • FREE Laundry in Residence Office buildingVirtual Tourshttp://www.lakelandcollege.ca/virtualtours/lloydminster/
    • 10. Services for Students• Student Success Course prior to coming to LLC (4 day course – there is a fee but you get to meet some students before classes start, and learn the ropes)• Study skills sessions Library• Tutoring• Cafeterias• Health Services• Campus security• Parking• Wireless internet• Recreation Facilities & activities• Weekly Student newspaper And the list goes on and on…
    • 11. Clubs, clubs and more clubs!• Ag Tour• Christian Friends• Climbing• Enviro• Judging• Outdoor Recreation• Rodeo• Stock Dog• Stockman• Men’s and Women’s hockey
    • 12. Get to know us!Student for a day Tour IncentivesCome and participate inregular student activities fora day Pay us a visit and you can receive up to $600 dollars in tuition credit as well as be entered in a $1000 dollar tuition credit draw
    • 13. Admission Process & Program RequirementsWhen should you apply? Why?• As soon as possible in your Grade 12 First Qualified year First Accepted How? Except:  Emergencywww.lakelandcollege.ca Service Technician www.applyalberta.ca  Practical For more information Nursing 1-800-661-6490  Interior Design
    • 14. Open House & Career Fair Dates & Times Vermilion LloydminsterOctober 19th 9am-4pm October 20th 9am-4pm iPad Touch give aways! No application fee on these days Campus & Residence Tours Program displays Prospective employers For more information check out http://www.lakelandcollege.ca/openhouse/
    • 15. Orientation Days and Information Sessions• Ag-Citing Day• Enviro-Citing Day• ATOR Camp Day• Business Info Day• University Transfer Info Sessions• Evening Information Session – January 31, 2011 Check out our calendar of events on the web http://www.lakelandcollege.ca/calendar/
    • 16. Check Us Out Online!www.lakelandcollege.caFacebookhttp://www.facebook.com/LakelandCollegeCanadaTwitterhttps://twitter.com/LakelandCollegeYouTube videoshttp://www.youtube.com/user/LakelandCollegeAB
    • 17. Questions?
    • 18. Come “Live the Learning” with us!

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