The Parkland College Advantage
Welcome to Parkland College. With five campuses and a wide range of programs and services, there’s a lot to like about Parkland.
Established in 1973, Parkland College was the first regional college in Saskatchewan. Today, Parkland College is Saskatchewan’s primary provider of professional firefighter training, multi-mechanical trades and the most diverse off-campus university offerings.
From accounting to welding, Parkland College offers a broad range of programs that include bachelor’s degrees, diplomas and certificates, and adult basic education. Take a look below at a few reasons why you should choose Parkland College for career success.
The Parkland Region
The Parkland Region is ideal for those who love to explore the outdoors year round. Located in East Central Saskatchewan the Yorkton Main Campus is uniquely situated close to Good Spirit Lake and Madge Lake where popular pastimes include fishing, boating, hiking, canoeing and golf. We’re also close to two ski hills at Mission Ridge and Asessippi.
The arts, culture and recreational scene flourishes in Yorkton. There are always numerous community events going on in Yorkton like the Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival, Festival of Cultures hosted by Partners in Settlement & Integration, Yorkton Exhibition and the Harvest Showdown. When it comes to organized sports, each winter the focus of the community attention turns to the rivalry between the SJHL’s Yorkton Terriers and the Melville Millionaires.
If you’re looking to keep busy you can get involved in recreational sports or enjoy the community at the local social spots, the mall, the movies and the wave pool. If you can’t find what you’re looking for in Yorkton we’re located just 2 hours from Regina, 3.5 hours from Saskatoon and just over 4.5 hours to Winnipeg.
|Population in 2013||19,038|
|Average per capita income in 2013||$29,142|
|Population with post-secondary education||36.4%|
|Unemployment Rate in 2013||4.3%|
|Average rental rate per month in 2013||$776|
|Vacancy rate in 2013||5.47%|