High School Transcripts
Transcripts if you're still in high schoolIf you're still in high school --You can self-declare grade 12 courses and marks when you apply online with applyalberta (Please just submit the courses that are required for your program).
Follow-up with your first semester marks from your high school when they are available in February.
By August 1, send an original official transcript with your complete academic results.
Transcripts if you're finished high school
However, we must receive an official transcript before you can be granted final acceptance.
Note: If you went to high school in Alberta and applied online, we'll receive your transcript automatically.
Post-secondary transcript if required by your program choice
Some of our programs, such as the applied degrees, require you to have completed a post-secondary certificate or diploma. If so, we'll need your transcript from the other institution.
|Provincial Transcript Contact Information|
Transcript Unit, Alberta Learning
Phone: 780 427 5318
Fax: 780 422 2137
Alberta Education | Transcripts
Note: Through ApplyAlberta, your transcripts can be sent automatically to Lakeland when you apply.
Data Management/Student Assessment Branch
Phone: 604 660-2421
Fax: 250 356 0277
Secondary School Transcripts and Certificates
Phone: 1 800 667 2378 or 204 773 2998
Fax: 204 773 2411
Province of Manitoba | Student Records
Saskatchewan Education, Student Services
Phone: 306 787 6012
Fax: 306 787 0035
Government of Saskatchewan | Transcripts
All other provinces:
If you are from a high school from another province or territory in Canada, you must request a current official transfer or statement of high school marks, signed by a school official or sealed with the school seal, be sent directly to Lakeland College Admissions at 5707 College Drive, Vermilion AB T9X 1K5 or 2602 59 Ave Lloydminster AB T9V 3N7.
|At Lakeland College we consider transfer credit from all accredited post-secondary institutions and on a case-by-case basis
from non-accredited institutions.
If you've attended another post-secondary institution and would like credit for the courses you took there, you need to fill out a transfer credit form.
If you attended a college or university in Alberta, Nunavut or the Northwest Territories, you might also want to check out the applicable online transfer guides.
Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer www.acat.gov.ab.ca/
|Transcript: a statement of courses and marks
Transfer: the movement of students between post-secondary institutions
Transfer credit: credit received for prior post-secondary studies