Since 1973, Saskatchewan Regional Colleges have been meeting the needs of people and communities throughout the province, offering people just like you a different way to learn.
And for many, Regional Colleges represent a better way to learn. Saskatchewan Regional Colleges provide the opportunity to access post-secondary education and training right in your own community. And the benefits are many.
Saskatchewan Regional Colleges are situated in a community near you ensuring
that we can effectively meet all the local and regional education and training needs. In addition to the main
college locations, a number of programs are offered in surrounding communities in each region. This provides
enhanced opportunities for people in communities large and small to gain access to high quality educational
programs – without leaving home.
The above-noted programs and services are offered
through a variety of modes including face-to-face
multimode, SCN and most recently, Technology Enhanced
Lakeland College in Lloydminster also serves Saskatchewan
students in the northwestern part of the province,
administered by Alberta's provincial legislation.
Saskatchewan provides Lakeland College funding in
recognition of the
programs and services offered to Saskatchewan students.
Please note in 2008 Prairie West and Cypress Hills Regional Colleges almalgamated to form Great Plains College.
Check our map for the regional college