|Co-ed: 550 beds||Lowest: $380.00||Highest: $520.00
|Family: 68 beds||Lowest: $700.00||Highest: $830.00
Residence is available for single students, families, and students with disabilities.
Off-campus housing registry maintained by the Students' Association.
Academic advising and orientation.
Athletics (F/M), Badminton (F/M), Basketball (F/M), Cross Country Running (F/M), Volleyball (F/M)
Athletics (F/M), Badminton (F/M), Basketball (F/M), Cross Country Running (F/M), Ice Hockey (F), Volleyball (F/M)
Red Deer College is planning a Centre for Regional Sport and Wellness, which will open within the next three years. This initiative proposes a new three court gymnasium, and open span fieldhouse, fitness facilities, and an Olympic Ice Centre.
Fitness, intramural, and athletic facilities are available to students. Red Deer College competes in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference in hockey, volleyball, basketball, soccer, badminton, golf, swimming, and cross country running.
Rodeo Club, Anthropology Society, Debate Club, Drama Society, Business and Commerce, Hospitality, World Wide Students Club, Music Society, Recreation, Nursing, Visual Arts Society, Tae Kwon Do Club, Writers Club, Rehabilitation, Social Work Society, Science Fiction and Fantasy Club, Office Administration, IVCE, Legal Assistance Society, Education Society, Bahai Faith Association, Campus Crusade for Christ, Early Childhood Development, Economics, EUS, G.A.L.O.C., Kinesiology Society, Pre-Chiropractic Society, Reform Club, and Liberal Club.
A state of the art Library Information Common opened in 2002. The Red Deer College Library ensures access to the universe of information and technology. It is a learning centre providing a networked environment and a core collection of over 130,000 items. The library is a member of NEOS, a central Alberta library consortium.
International Student Club and Aboriginal Students Club.
Childcare is available for students with children. Please contact the Child Care Centre at (403) 357-3600 for more information.
Services for students with disabilities include accessible housing, designated parking, special equipment and technology, volunteer helpers, and orientation to the College. For more information on special needs, contact Laurel Mutch, Disabled Services at (403) 342-3165.
The Student Support Centre is a user friendly support area built with the College’s values as a cornerstone. The Centre combines a variety of services and assistance, which new and continuing students may require.
Due to the globalization of the economy, local entrepreneurs are attempting to enter the world marketplace. As a part of our community training and development mandate, Red Deer College intends to offer practical assistance to these regional businesses in their international marketing initiatives. This mandate has expanded to include international education.
Red Deer College's entrance into the international marketplace may include such things as offering programs, courses, curriculum development, and other expertise in foreign countries, recruiting international students, and developing international links. Red Deer College students have the opportunity to participate in exchange programs in the United States, Mexico, Kenya, the United Kingdom and other countries. Students can experience a new culture and have the opportunity to study anthropology, native language (Spanish), and history at our campuses in Mexico and Kenya.
Campus tours and Student for a Day can be arranged through the Recruitment Office. Call 1-888-732-4630 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Deer College offers health services, academic advising, counselling, tutoring, food services, parking, bookstore, public transit, and employment services.