NLC News

  • Northern Lakes College has disbursed $98,000 in Indigenous Career Awards. Twenty-six (26) students in various career programs across the service region have received this award. The program streams were based on the Government of Alberta’s forecast of high demand careers in Alberta. “The awards help break down barriers and allow students to complete their program” says President Ann Everatt.
  • NLC Electrical Instructor Martin Engler receives Top Mentor Award. The Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board has recognized Martin Engler, an Electrical Instructor at Northern Lakes College with this prestigious award for his contributions at a dinner and ceremony held in Edmonton. Mentors are nominated by recent graduates of the apprenticeship (AIT) system.
  • Northern Lakes College is launching the new Emergency Medical Technologist-Paramedic program in September! Watch for details on the website. Register early as demand for this program is high.

Convocation 2016

This year’s Convocation will be held in Slave Lake on Friday, June 3, 2016.
Capping & Pinning Ceremonies will take place Thursday June 2, 2016.

If you have successfully completed your program and wish to attend please RSVP by May 27, 2016.

Click Here for more information on Convocation.
Click Here for more information on Capping & Pinning.

Important Dates

May 23: Victoria Day (no classes)
June 2: Capping & Pinning Ceremony
June 3: Convocation
June 10: General Staff Meeting, Slave Lake Campus
June 13-28: Academic Upgrading Diploma Exams
June 20-24: Academic Upgrading Non-Diploma Exams

Media Releases

Northern Lakes College has received $200,000 from the Heart and Stroke Foundation through a generous donation from an anonymous donor to provide 20 Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) and the associated training at 20 campuses throughout the Northern Lakes College service region. read more... (pdf)