Living On Campus: Vermilion
Living on Campus in Vermilion
First year students will be in a double room, as there are a limited number of singles.
Take a 360°virtual tour and see room styles and the kitchens for yourself!
Residence does have some rules. Check out the list the things you should bring and the things you should leave at home (drop downs below). Also find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions (FAQs) on the left menu.
Questions? Check the residence FAQ, or contact us - call toll-free 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8543 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- Monday - Friday: 8:15 am - 4:30 pm
|Single Student Housing|
The furniture is the same, but you can make it your own room.
Each dorm room has a built-in desk with a chair, single beds with three large drawers or a dresser, night table, mirror, closet with shelving space, and a mini-fridge for each student who shares the room.
Bathrooms are shared by 2, 3 or 4 students.
Mattress are twin size, so make sure to bring twin sized sheets.
Common area TV rooms are located in each building. Sorry, no cable TV hook-up available in rooms and satellite dishes are not permitted.
Note: Due to limited room space, extra furniture isn't permitted..
Take a virtual tour of Vermilion residence. .
|Family housing is conveniently located on the east side of campus next to the recreation building. The 15-unit complex includes bungalows and duplexes with two or more bedrooms.
A handicapped accessible playground is part of the family housing complex.
|Application fee: $50
If you've applied and paid your damage deposit, residence will send you an email with a link to booking your move-in time in early August.
Appointments will be available every 6 minutes on the Vermilion campus. Times start at 9 am and end at 7 pm on the selected move-in days.
If you've haven't heard from the residence office and have applied & paid, please contact the office:
|Living in Residence|
Wireless internet is supplied to each unit. Please check your modem for account information. If you do a gaming or streaming you may want to go with your own Wi-Fi, at your own expense. Please contact the office for instructions.
Laundry is included in your residence fees! In the traditional dorms, the laundry is located in the basement. In the Delta units, the laundry is located at the end of each unit. Please do not leave your laundry unattended. Lakeland College is not responsible for lost or stolen laundry items.
Garbage and Recycling
The large dumpsters located in the parking lot are allocated for your garbage. You are responsible for keeping the outside of your dorm free of garbage, bottles, cigarette butts and other trash. Bins for cardboard recycling are also located in the parking lot.
Parking is included in your residence fees. A limited number of energized parking stalls are available. Student residence parking tags do not allow you to park in other college lots. Parking is scramble, meaning you do not have an assigned stall. Residence parking is located in lots F, K, N and Q. Guest parking is available in Lots B, C and F in Vermilion.
The red brick road is a time limited loading and unloading zone as well as access for emergency and maintenance vehicles. Vehicles parked for more than 15 minutes on this road will be towed. Absolutely no parking on Harcus Road, grass, sidewalks or fire lanes.
The Municipal Enforcement Peace Officer for the Town of Vermilion has the authority to issue parking tickets to violators parked in reserved stalls, the red brick road, roadways, fire lanes, barrier free locations, grass areas and any other non-parking section.
Mail is delivered to the residence office and filed by last name. Residence staff will email you if you receive a parcel but you are responsible for checking all letter mail. Please remember to check your mail regularly.
Your mailing address is:
Lakeland College Residence
5707 College Drive
We recommend a basic tenant's insurance package to cover your personal possessions for lost, stolen or damaged articles and third party liability. Lakeland College is not responsible for the loss of personal belongings.
Right of Entrance
Residence Services, Campus Supervision and Lakeland College reserve the right to enter your unit to make necessary repairs, determine issues regarding health and safety, take inventory, assess damages, perform unit inspections, and/or confirm a violation or breach of policy.
|Residence Code of Conduct|
Residence is a community of students who have a common purpose in educational advancement and personal development.
Lakeland College's residence community standards policy provides all residents with a fair process of resolving incidents of misbehaviour. The residence discipline policy covers behaviour that occurs within residence or the areas adjacent to the residence complex including the residence parking lots.
Living in residence is much more than just occupying a room. It is living in a community that includes individuals with different national, racial, ethnic and social backgrounds. It includes individuals with a broad spectrum of religious and political beliefs and individuals with different sexual orientations and gender identities. Within residence, we believe in mutual respect. By working and living together, we learn from one another and strive toward an atmosphere of positive contact. Every community member has the right to live in an environment free from harassment and unfair treatment. Bigotry has no place within our community and no one has the right to degrade another human being. We are committed to maintaining and promoting a healthy and diverse community. All residents are accountable for their own behaviour.
We're with you every step of the way!
Our Campus Patrol Officers are available 24/7 to help you safely reach your next destination. Contact our Campus Supervision team and a Campus Patrol Officer will walk with you wherever you're going, whether it's another spot on campus or to your vehicle.
On campus late?
If you're working or studying after 6 p.m. on weekdays or anytime on the weekend, let Campus Supervision know so they can patrol your area. You can also ask a member of Campus Supervision to call you at you dorm after your expected arrival time to make sure your journey was safe.
Vermilion campus: 780.853.3772
Take responsibility for your own personal safety. For example:
In order to receive a refund of your damage deposit you must notify our office that you will be checking out. Once you have done this, you will be emailed a Check Out form to complete and return to the Residence Office upon checking out.
Move Out Reminders:
Residence Services is NOT able to redirect student mail as Canada Post will not accept it from Lakeland College. Any unclaimed mail will be returned to sender if unclaimed within thirty (30) days of your move out date. Please remember to change your mailing address in a timely manner to avoid any delay to your mail services.