Registration Day at Lloydminster Campus

Registration Day is Tues Sept 3 for most programs*
 
As a first year student, all sessions are mandatory. Further details will be provided once you arrive on-campus as rooms and activities are subject to change.
 
You will have time to pay your fees, get an ID card (1st years), buy books and learn more about campus services.
  1. You must attend the registration and orientation day.
  2. Pay fees on or before Sept 3.
    • online using My Lakeland
    • in person at Student Services on either campus on or before Sept 3
    • in person at Lloydminster Student Services on Sept 3
  3. All fees are due on or before registration day. Late payment fees will be assessed starting at $200 and go up by $100 every week.
 
Time Program Room
8:30 am 
1st year University Transfer Registration 
2038
2nd year HOPE - Registration BK 116
9 am 1st year University Transfer - Orientation 2038
9:30 am Check-in Business Admin
BK 218
10 am
1st year Business Admin - Orientation
BK 218
 2nd year University Transfer - Orientation 2038
10:30 am
Check-in - Esthetician & Hairstylist
BK 112
11 am
Esthetician - Orientation BK 111
Hairstylist - Orientation BK 112
 Returning Students -Business Admin, AU degrees -  Orientation BK 218
1st and 2nd semester University Transfer - Lab Orientation
2038
12 pm (noon)
All students - BBQ & Activities Patio
                                                                   
Student ID Cards - Allan Markin Room - 1079
Pay tuition - Student Services
*Street Rod Technology students meet at Energy Park Site shop at 8:30 am
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Business administration orientation schedule (1st year & returning students)
Your official registration day is Tues Sept 4. The schedule and room numbers below are subject to change. There will be staff on-site on orientation day to guide you to your appropriate area.
 
However, your fees are due on or before registration day. To save time on registration day, you may pay your fees online using My Lakeland, or pay in person on or before Sept 4, on either of our campuses.
 
While there is a scheduled time to pay fees, get your ID card and buy books, you may take care of those details anytime during the time when you don't have a mandatory activity.
 

Orientation Day Schedule - Tues Sept 4, 2018

 Time Activity Room
8:30-9 am
Check in
BK 218
9-10 am
Program Orientation - mandatory for new students. Meet instructors, staff and learn about the program
BK 218
10-11 am
Welcome Part 1 - president's greetings & info session
Gym
  Student Services will be closed from 10-11 am for the Welcome Part 1 event
 
11am-1 pm
Welcome Part 2 - lunch, activities, visit booths - IT, recreation, athletics, the Commons, international & more. Pay fees.
Student Services, Main Hallway & Cafeteria
1-2 pm
2nd year business administration student orientation
BK 218
11 am-3 pm
Photo & student ID card
Allan Markin Room
1-4 pm
Student Services is open - pick up parking passes and pay fees
Student Services
1-4 pm
Bookstore - purchase books & supplies
Bookstore
Notes:
  • Bring a lock to claim a free locker close to your classroom
  • If you need to change a course, the academic advisor will be available for the rest of the week for drop-in appointments
University transfer orientation schedule (1st year & returning students)
Your official registration day is Tues Sept 4. The schedule and room numbers below are subject to change. There will be staff on-site on orientation day to guide you to your appropriate area.
 
However, your fees are due on or before registration day. To save time on registration day, you may pay your fees online using My Lakeland, or pay in person on or before Sept 4, on either of our campuses.
 
While there is a scheduled time to pay fees, get your ID card and buy books, you may take care of those details anytime during the time when you don't have a mandatory activity.
 
 

Orientation Day Schedule - Tues Sept 4, 2018

 Time Activity Room
8:30-9 am
Check in
2038
9-10 am
Program Orientation - for new students. Meet instructors, staff and learn about the program
2038
10-11 am
Welcome Part 1 - president's greetings & info session
Gym
 Student Services will be closed from 10-11 am for the Welcome Part 1 event
 
11am-1 pm
Welcome Part 2 - lunch, activities, visit booths - IT, recreation, athletics, the Commons, international & more. Pay fees.
Student Services, Main Hallway & Cafeteria
12-1 pm
Returning university transfer students - welcome back
BK 116
 1-2 pm
University transfer science lab orientation - for new & returning students who did not attend early bird orientation
2038
11 am-3 pm
Photo & student ID card
Allan Markin Room
1-4 pm
Student Services is open - pick up parking passes and pay fees
Student Services
1-4 pm
Bookstore - purchase books & supplies
Bookstore
Notes:
  • Book lists will be available in mid-Aug and also be given out during the first day of classes
  • Bring a lock to claim a free locker close to your classroom
  • Lab coats are required for the first lab
  • If you need to change a course, the academic advisor will be available for the rest of the week for drop-in appointments
2nd class power engineering orientation schedule
Your official registration day is Tues Sept 4. The schedule and room numbers below are subject to change. There will be staff on-site on orientation day to guide you to your appropriate area.
 
However, your fees are due on or before registration day. To save time on registration day, you may pay your fees online using My Lakeland, or pay in person on or before Sept 4, on either of our campuses.
 
While there is a scheduled time to pay fees, get your ID card and buy books, you may take care of those details anytime during the time when you don't have a mandatory activity.
 

Orientation Day Schedule - Tues Sept 4, 2018

 Time Activity Room
8:30-10 am
Check in & orientation
2016
10-11 am
Welcome Part 1 - president's greetings & info session
Gym
  Student Services will be closed from 10-11 am for the Welcome Part 1 event
11am-1 pm
Welcome Part 2 - lunch, activities, visit booths - IT, recreation, athletics, the Commons, international & more. Pay fees.
Student Services, Main Hallway & Cafeteria
11 am-3 pm
Photo & student ID card
Allan Markin Room
1-4 pm
Student Services is open - pick up parking passes and pay fees
Student Services
Notes:
  • Save time on registration day by paying your fees earlier: online using My Lakeland or in person at Student Services on either the Lloydminster or Vermilion campus
  • All fees are due on or before registration day.  A late payment fee of $200 will be assessed after that date. An additional $100 is added weekly if fees remain unpaid
  • Buy your books early. They are available online

Hairstyling & Esthetician orientation schedule
Your official registration day is Tues Sept 4. The schedule and room numbers below are subject to change. There will be staff on-site on orientation day to guide you to your appropriate area.
 
However, your fees are due on or before registration day. To save time on registration day, you may pay your fees online using My Lakeland, or pay in person on or before Sept 4, on either of our campuses.
 
While there is a scheduled time to pay fees, get your ID card and buy books, you may take care of those details anytime during the time when you don't have a mandatory activity.
 

Orientation Day Schedule - Tues Sept 4, 2018

 Time Activity Room
8:30-9 am
Check in
BK 117
9-10 am
Program Orientation - mandatory for all students. Meet instructors, staff and learn about the program
Hairstyling - BK 118
Esthetician - BK 117
10-11 am
Welcome Part 1 - president's greetings & info session
Gym
  Student Services will be closed from 10-11 am for the Welcome Part 1 event
 
11am-1 pm
Welcome Part 2 - lunch, activities, visit booths - IT, recreation, athletics, the Commons, international & more. Pay fees.
Student Services, Main Hallway & Cafeteria
11 am-3 pm
Photo & student ID card
Allan Markin Room
1-4 pm
Student Services is open - pick up parking passes and pay fees
Student Services
1-4 pm
Bookstore - purchase books & supplies
Bookstore
Street rod technologies orientation schedule
Your official registration day is Tues Sept 4. The schedule and room numbers below are subject to change. There will be staff on-site on orientation day to guide you to your appropriate area.
 
However, your fees are due on or before registration day. To save time on registration day, you may pay your fees online using My Lakeland, or pay in person on or before Sept 4, on either of our campuses.
 
While there is a scheduled time to pay fees, get your ID card and buy books, you may take care of those details anytime during the time when you don't have a mandatory activity.
 

Orientation Day Schedule - Tues Sept 4, 2018

 Time Activity Room
9-10 am
Program Orientation - mandatory for all students. Meet instructors, staff and learn about the program
1015
10-11 am
Welcome Part 1 - president's greetings & info session
Gym
  Student Services will be closed from 10-11 am for the Welcome Part 1 event
 
11am-1 pm
Welcome Part 2 - lunch, activities, visit booths - IT, recreation, athletics, the Commons, international & more. Pay fees.
Student Services, Main Hallway & Cafeteria
1-4 pm
SRT shop tour
​SRT shop at County Energy Park Site
11 am-3 pm
Photo & student ID card
Allan Markin Room
1-4 pm
Student Services is open - pick up parking passes and pay fees
Student Services
1-4 pm
Bookstore - purchase books & supplies
Bookstore
Notes:
  • Bring a lock to claim a free locker close to your classroom
  • If you need to change a course, the academic advisor will be available for the rest of the week for drop-in appointments
2nd year heavy oil power engineering (HOPE) orientation schedule
Your official registration day is Tues Sept 4. The schedule and room numbers below are subject to change. There will be staff on-site on orientation day to guide you to your appropriate area.
 
However, your fees are due on or before registration day. To save time on registration day, you may pay your fees online using My Lakeland, or pay in person on or before Sept 4, on either of our campuses.
 
While there is a scheduled time to pay fees, get your ID card and buy books, you may take care of those details anytime during the time when you don't have a mandatory activity.

Orientation Day Schedule - Tues Sept 4, 2018

 Time Activity Room
8:30-10 am
Check in & orientation
BK 116 
10-11 am
Welcome Part 1 - president's greetings & info session
Gym
  Student Services will be closed from 10-11 am for the Welcome Part 1 event
11am-1 pm
Welcome Part 2 - lunch, activities, visit booths - IT, recreation, athletics, the Commons, international & more. Pay fees.
Student Services, Main Hallway & Cafeteria
1-3 pm
HOPE orientation continues 1031 A/B
11 am-3 pm
Photo & student ID card
Allan Markin Room
1-4 pm
Student Services is open - pick up parking passes and pay fees
Student Services
1-4 pm
Bookstore - purchase books & supplies
Bookstore
Notes:
  • Save time on registration day by paying your fees earlier: online using My Lakeland or in person at Student Services on either the Lloydminster or Vermilion campus
  • All fees are due on or before registration day.  A late payment fee of $200 will be assessed after that date. An additional $100 is added weekly if fees remain unpaid
  • Buy your books early. They are available online or secondhand - check the Lakeland app buy & sell feed

Administrative professional orientation schedule
Your official registration day is Tues Sept 4. The schedule and room numbers below are subject to change. There will be staff on-site on orientation day to guide you to your appropriate area.
 
However, your fees are due on or before registration day. To save time on registration day, you may pay your fees online using My Lakeland, or pay in person on or before Sept 4, on either of our campuses.
 
While there is a scheduled time to pay fees, get your ID card and buy books, you may take care of those details anytime during the time when you don't have a mandatory activity.
 

Orientation Day Schedule - Tues Sept 4, 2018

 Time Activity Room
8:30-9 am
Check in
BK 218
9-10 am
Program Orientation - mandatory for all students. Meet instructors, staff and learn about the program
BK 218
10-11 am
Welcome Part 1 - president's greetings & info session
Gym
  Student Services will be closed from 10-11 am for the Welcome Part 1 event
 
11am-1 pm
Welcome Part 2 - lunch, activities, visit booths - IT, recreation, athletics, the Commons, international & more. Pay fees.
Student Services, Main Hallway & Cafeteria
11 am-3 pm
Photo & student ID card
Allan Markin Room
1-4 pm
Student Services is open - pick up parking passes and pay fees
Student Services
1-4 pm
Bookstore - purchase books & supplies
Bookstore
Athabasca University orientation schedule
Your official registration day is Tues Sept 4. The schedule and room numbers below are subject to change. There will be staff on-site on orientation day to guide you to your appropriate area.
 
However, your fees are due on or before registration day. To save time on registration day, you may pay your fees online using My Lakeland, or pay in person on or before Sept 4, on either of our campuses.
 
While there is a scheduled time to pay fees, get your ID card and buy books, you may take care of those details anytime during the time when you don't have a mandatory activity.

 

Orientation Day Schedule - Tues Sept 4, 2018

 Time Activity Room
10-11 am
Welcome Part 1 - president's greetings & info session
Gym
  Student Services will be closed from 10-11 am for the Welcome Part 1 event
 
11am-1 pm
Welcome Part 2 - lunch, activities, visit booths - IT, recreation, athletics, the Commons, international & more. Pay fees.
Student Services, Main Hallway & Cafeteria
 1-2 pm Athabasca University orientation   BK 218
11 am-3 pm
Photo & student ID card
Allan Markin Room
1-4 pm
Student Services is open - pick up parking passes and pay fees
Student Services
1-4 pm
Bookstore - purchase books & supplies
Bookstore
Accounting technician orientation schedule
Your official registration day is Tues Sept 4. The schedule and room numbers below are subject to change. There will be staff on-site on orientation day to guide you to your appropriate area.
 
However, your fees are due on or before registration day. To save time on registration day, you may pay your fees online using My Lakeland, or pay in person on or before Sept 4, on either of our campuses.
 
While there is a scheduled time to pay fees, get your ID card and buy books, you may take care of those details anytime during the time when you don't have a mandatory activity.

Orientation Day Schedule - Tues Sept 4, 2018

 Time Activity Room
8:30-9 am
Check in
BK 218 
9-10 am Orientation BK 218
10-11 am
Welcome Part 1 - president's greetings & info session
Gym
  Student Services will be closed from 10-11 am for the Welcome Part 1 event
11am-1 pm
Welcome Part 2 - lunch, activities, visit booths - IT, recreation, athletics, the Commons, international & more. Pay fees.
Student Services, Main Hallway & Cafeteria
11 am-3 pm
Photo & student ID card
Allan Markin Room
1-4 pm
Student Services is open - pick up parking passes and pay fees
Student Services
1-4 pm
Bookstore - purchase books & supplies
Bookstore
Practical nursing collaboration orientation schedule
Your official registration day is Tues Sept 4. The schedule and room numbers below are subject to change. There will be staff on-site on orientation day to guide you to your appropriate area.
 
However, your fees are due on or before registration day. To save time on registration day, you may pay your fees online using My Lakeland, or pay in person on or before Sept 4, on either of our campuses.
 
While there is a scheduled time to pay fees, get your ID card and buy books, you may take care of those details anytime during the time when you don't have a mandatory activity.
 

Orientation Day Schedule - Tues Sept 4, 2018

 Time Activity Room
10-11 am
Welcome Part 1 - president's greetings & info session
Gym
11am-1 pm
Welcome Part 2 - lunch, activities, visit booths - IT, recreation, athletics, the Commons, international & more. Pay fees.
Student Services, Main Hallway & Cafeteria
Health care aide orientation schedule
Your official registration day is Fri Sept 7. The schedule and room numbers below are subject to change. There will be staff on-site on orientation day to guide you to your appropriate area.
 
However, your fees are due on Sept 4. Also you are welcome to attend the student activities & bbq taking place on-campus from 10 AM-1 PM on Sept 4.
 
To save time on registration day, you may pay your fees online using My Lakeland, or pay in person on or before Sept 4, on either of our campuses.
 
Wainwright health care aide orientation is TBA.
 

Orientation Day Schedule - Fri Sept 7, 2018

 Time Activity Room
3-4 PM
ID cards & bookstore
Front lobby & bookstore
4-5 PM
Program Orientation
Room 1013




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