Campus life is yet another component of a student's overall experience. A student's ability to communicate with others, explore life and places, and be in a nice setting are only some of the benefits of participating in campus life. The Lakeland College campus is home to around 7,000 of the institution's students. Around 500 students are enrolled at the Lloydminster campus, which offers seven different areas of study.
Students have the opportunity to study in settings outside than traditional lecture halls, such as the college farm, the training grounds at the Emergency Training Centre, and the outdoor laboratory associated with the environmental science department.
Both the Vermillion and Lloydminster campuses of Lakeland College each have their own library, with one being in Vermillion and the other in Lloydminster. Every library has both individual and group study facilities, as well as a computer lab, as well as a book collection, a Circulation/Service desk where patrons may check out books and ask questions pertaining to research, and a computer collection.
The Colonel Cormack Recreation Centre is one of the busiest places on the Vermilion campus seven days a week. It has a variety of amenities, including a gym, a health club, a poolside with a hot tub, and spaces designated for squash and racquetball.
Students at Lloydminster have access to both a weight room and a gymnasium inside the school. The Bud Miller All Seasons Park is situated in close proximity to the Lloydminster campus of Lakeland College.
Lakeland College’s student athletes compete under the moniker "Rustlers." The institution gives its students a wide variety of options to participate in intercollegiate sports at every level.