You’ll be studying in one of the most unique Canadian cities when you attend the Lloydminster campus of Reeves College.
Lloydminster is a “border town.” The city straddles the provincial border between Alberta and Saskatchewan! The Reeves College Campus is located on the Alberta side of the city, 251 km east of Edmonton, AB and 275 km west of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Students at the Lloydminster campus have access to several museums and historical centres, giving them a first hand look at the rich history of this prairie town.
The Lloydminster campus is perfect for students who love to spend time outdoors. Go skating, skiing or ice fishing in the winter. Play baseball, go hiking or camping in the summer. Whatever activity you’re looking to take part in during your downtime at Reeves College, Lloydminster has it!
Reeves College, Lloydminster Campus
5012 – 49th Street, Upper-Level
Located in the Central Parkland Region on both sides of the Alberta-Saskatchewan border, Lloydminster is a beautiful little city with a lot for visitors to see and do.
Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy spending time in Bud Miller All Season Park. The park is a great place for hiking, bird watching and fishing. There are areas for horseshoes, lawn bowling, mini golf, and volleyball. The park also contains a soccer pitch, skateboard park and tennis courts. In the winter months, the park is a popular destination for ice fishing, skating, tobogganing and cross-country skiing. The park is also home to the Lloydminster Leisure Centre, which has a wave pool, waterslide and fitness centre.
In addition, Lloydminster has several municipal parks with playgrounds, baseball diamonds, basketball courts and trails for walking and biking. Lake V Park is a designated no-leash park that allows pet owners to let their furry friends run free. Weaver Park is equipped with campsites and a mini golf course.
Golfers will enjoy playing 18 holes at the Lloydminster Golf and Country Club, a semi-private club with reasonable greens fees.
The Barr Colony Heritage Cultural Centre will provide an afternoon of educational fun for the whole family. Visitors can take in the public art gallery, antique museum, wildlife display and heavy oil science centre.
Offering a diverse range of musical and theatrical performances, the Vic Juba Community Theatre is Lloydminster's main concert hall. The theatre hosts from 160 to 170 events annually in Lloydminster and specifically sponsors a series of 12 to 15 events called "The Dr. H. A. McDonald Series."
Those looking to shop can head into historic downtown Lloydminster, home to over 100 shops, restaurants and services. The Lloyd Mall is home to several national retailers and department stores.
Volunteering is a great way to get work experience while making new friends and building your professional network. Here are just a few of the great organizations that may need your help: