Welcome from the President

Dwayne Reeve - President

President’s Message

Welcome to Parkland College! You’ve found us on the Internet, but you should see us in person, tucked in among the trees and rolling fields of the Parkland of Saskatchewan.

By now, you know that education is an indispensable tool for building the life you want. At Parkland College, you’ll find a post-secondary institution that gives you the best of both worlds – diverse educational opportunities with a learner-centered, community feel.

We are committed to accessibility, inclusion, and diversity. We keep class sizes small so you can dream big and get the most out of your time with us. Here, you’ll know your instructors and classmates by name. That way you can learn more easily, get better grades, and start your career with confidence.

How can we help you? With us, you can get a university degree for the profession of your dreams. Or you can obtain the certificate or diploma needed for in-demand careers. Or get started on a hands-on career at the Trades and Technology Centre in Yorkton. Or upgrade your skills so you can take that next step to your career. The options are right here at your fingertips.

And for the second year in a row, Parkland College is proud to be one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers for 2017. Our employees work hard for our students, and it leads to individual, community, and economic growth. We are the partner of choice for business and industry in our region, and we work together to build the skills and knowledge of tomorrow’s workforce.

That’s what makes us Parkland College. Your College. Your Future.

Sincerely,

Dwayne

Dwayne Reeve
President
Parkland College

Mission

Parkland College provides high quality, learner centred education and training as a foundation for lifelong success.

Vision

To be Saskatchewan’s leader in delivering high quality education and training.

Values

  • Innovation and continuous learning
  • Inclusiveness and diversity
  • Compassion and respect
  • Responsiveness and accountability

President’s Blog

Dwayne writes every couple of weeks in The President’s Blog.


Last Updated: April 18, 2017