Satellite Campuses

With seven unique campus locations spread across northern Alberta, your journey to adventure starts here. Discover your future with over 30 different certificate and diploma programs and several online learning options. Deny the ordinary at Portage College.

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Boyle Campus

Heavy Equipment Training campus

Frog Lake First Nations Campus

The campus provides an excellent local learning opportunity to the residents of Frog Lake and surrounding area

Saddle Lake Cree Nation Campus

The campus provides an excellent local learning opportunity to residents of Saddle Lake

Whitefish (Goodfish) Lake First Nation #128 Campus

A regional campus that provides exceptional learning to residents of Whitefish (Goodfish) Lake.

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Boyle Campus

Our Boyle campus is located 160 km north of Edmonton along Highway 831 and offers amazing hands-on training for our Heavy Equipment Operator program. Onsite facilities include a classroom, training yard and equipment including grades, dozers and excavators.

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Cold Lake Campus

Situated in the Lakeland district, Cold Lake is home to a variety of activities from boating, fishing, swimming, waterskiing and wakeboarding to snowmobiling, snowboarding, hiking and more. There's plenty to do and explore in a vibrant downtown atmosphere.

Our Cold Lake campus is the second largest campus, and it's conveniently housed in the Cold Lake Energy Centre. 

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Frog Lake First Nation Campus

Frog Lake Cree Nation is located about two and half hours east of Edmonton. It is located approximately 90 km north of Lloydminster and 80 km south of Cold Lake on Secondary Highway 897.

The campus in Frog Lake offers Academic Foundations and College Prep programs to local students giving them the opportunity to acquire high school credit courses and prepare for further learning at a college or university level.

Frog Lake Cree Nation

Lac La Biche Campus

From the shores of Lac La Biche lake to the acres of boreal forest that surround the community, Lac La Biche has a multitude of outdoor adventures to offer. 

Our main campus in Lac La Biche provides a unique learning environment for all students. Not only do our students have the opportunity to learn and work in an inclusive campus, they are also ensured small class sizes so that each student receives one-on-one attention that larger institutions cannot offer. With a wide range of programs, Portage College in Lac La Biche can help put you on your educational path.

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Saddle Lake Cree Nation Campus

Saddle Lake Cree Nation is located on Highway 652, approximately 180 km northeast of the City of Edmonton, Alberta, 26 km west of the Town of St. Paul.

Our Saddle Lake Campus provides students with a local learning opportunity with unique one-on-one support in a comfortable, friendly environment.

St. Paul Campus

St. Paul, Alberta has all the services you could want including an excellent education, hospital, medical centres, and daycare/day home services. There are shopping centres, numerous sports and recreational facilities including a swimming pool, bowling alley and an 18-hole golf course.

Our St. Paul Campus is home to our hospitality programs as well provides programming in the following areas; Practical Nurse, Academic Upgrading and University Transfer Courses. Our students have the opportunity to learn and work in a top-notch environment while enjoying small class sizes.

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Whitefish (Goodfish) Lake First Nation #128 Campus

The Goodfish Lake Open Campus is a learning environment to support students aged 15 years and older. Its purpose is to incorporate foundational learning techniques to build on students’ strengths and initial career interests.

Students are given the support to engage in their own learning and to develop and work through learning plans. This holistic and experiential learning environment allows students to build on essential, career and life skills, extending beyond the four walls of the classroom.

Whitefish Lake First Nation #128

We acknowledge that Portage College’s service region is on the traditional lands of First Nation Peoples, the owners of Treaty 6, 8 and 10, which are also homelands to the Métis people. We honour the history and culture of all people who first lived and gathered in these lands.
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