Registration & Orientation
One of the Most Important Days of Your College Experience
- Residence move-in days are set for both campuses. You must set up a time. Details will be sent to you once you've applied and paid your damaged deposit.
- You should have access to My Lakeland to pay residence and other fees by mid-August.
- College 101 is available to you online
- Supply lists have been posted.
- For most programs, online orientation will be Aug 31. If you've applied, been accepted and paid your tuition deposit, you'll be invited to one of these virtual orientations.Emails for these invitations are scheduled for the week of August 24.
- Fees are due on Aug 31.Late fees are applied after that date. Pay online through MyLakeland, or drop a cheque, money order or bank draft in drop off box located in both Student Services offices, or pay over the phone with Visa/MasterCard.
- Classes start on Tues Sept 1.
- Returning students will have access to a campus re-entry orientation on D2L. New students will have access after they get their Lakeland edu email.
- Information about campus re-entry including a student FAQ on our COVID-19 information page.
- Download the campus app. Look for Lakeland College on your device's store.
- Student ID cards for first year/new students will be done throughout the entire week instead of registration day. Second years or those needing replacements can book appointments after September 8. Information will be provided in your orientations.
|The difference between college registration & program orientation|
|College registration is where you get your ID card, find out what’s happening in our recreation department, meet your Students’ Association team and pick up your coupons, handbooks, pens, highlighters and treats.
In Vermilion, college registration is at the Student Centre - Spurs.
In Lloydminster, college registration will be at student services and if you need an ID card, you'll visit the Allan Markin room. It's just down the hall.
Program orientation is when you meet your program dean, chair and instructors, receive and review your student handbook, learn how to access and read your class schedule, and in some cases, receive a list of books you will need for your first semester courses.
Both are mandatory attendance. If you don't attend registration your enrolment may be affected. If you don't attend program orientation, you put yourself behind before classes start.
All fall term tuition and mandatory fees are due on or before August 31. Failure to pay on time will result in late fees.
As a precautionary measure, the college isn't accepting in person tuition fee or residence payments at this time.
How-to payOnline - Log into your My Lakeland student account and pay by credit card. Lakeland College accepts payment by Visa or MasterCard.
Phone - Have your credit card ready and call the cashier’s office at 1 800 661 6490 during regular business hours (8:15 am to 4 pm Monday to Friday).
Drop-off - cheques or money orders can be put drop boxes located in or near Student Services at each campus location.
What if I have a student loan?
If you've been approved for government student loans/grants, then the costs will be confirmed online.
What if I have RESPs?
Please ensure funding is released for payment on or before registration day. You'll likely need a confirmation of enrolment. Please contact Student Services.
When do I use rewards points?
You can make payments towards your tuition and fees by converting rewards points through the HigherEd Points program
What if I'm sponsored?
If any portion your tuition and fees paid by a third-party sponsor, you must provide a copy of your spononsorship letter to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before registration day
|Your ID Card|
Students Services will arrange a time with each program during the first week of September.
At this scheduled time, you can visit the student ID station.
If you still need an ID card after the first week of September, either email a photo to or book an appointment with student services. For more information contact:
If you are a student who won’t be on campus or who don’t need an ID card, you will still be able to sign out library materials. The Commons will email you your library ID barcode..
Your current ID card is still valid. It will be reactivated on Aug 31.
If you require a replacement card, contact students services to book a time starting Sep 8.
Replacements cost is $20.
|Computer access & wireless access|
|Parking at Residence
|For residence students:
For commuter students:
There are many free spots in the lot east of the main campus doors as well as north and west of the gym/Vic Juba Theatre entrance.
|Welcome to campus - with COVID precautions - video|
Student Loan holders
If you have questions regarding registration, contact:
For Vermilion, Jessica Hay, admissions advisor:
For Lloydminster, Genna Baddock, student services coordinator: