The Prince Albert Campus offers
- a housing registry
- a student lounge
- a tutor
- an academic counsellor
- Elder services
- fundraising initiatives
- hot lunch Thursdays
- student leadership
- various celebrations
Prince Albert Campus has about 100 students and 15 staff, between the Campus and Construction Careers locations. The atmosphere at Prince Albert Campus is relaxed and reflects the background of staff and students. You'll sometimes hear students interchange English with their native language.
The facilities and classrooms at the Prince Albert Campus are large enough to accommodate many students while providing one-on-one learning.
The student body is mostly made up of residents from or near the city of Prince Albert and from the far North. Prince Albert Campus students will have a strong sense of community, visible in its Student Leadership Council and other campus initiatives.
You may find it interesting to know that Prince Albert is known as the "Gateway to the North." Prince Albert was settled in 1886 by Reverend James Nabit and was named in honour of the Prince Consort to Queen Victoria.
Prince Albert surrounds the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, which divides the fertile agricultural land to the South from the Great Northern Boreal Forest. The city has a population of approximately 33,500 people; about 12,000 are Aboriginal. Residents are proud to live and play here, as it is home to many festivals, events and historical landmarks.
Courses available at this campus:
- Business Administration
- Adult Basic Education