Southeast Regional College
Established: 1975 (Originally known as the South East Region Community College. The College was renamed Southeast Regional College in 1987 following the passage of the Regional Colleges Act by the Saskatchewan government.)
Number of Students
Southeast Regional College serves upwards of 80,000 learners in over 70 communities in south east Saskatchewan.
Southeast Regional College offers a wide array of basic education, career training, and university transfer programs. Included in the College’s catalogue are 7 Truck Driver Training Programs of up to 10 weeks in duration, 12 part-time credit programs offered in collaboration with the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST), and the Early Safety Training Program. The latter offering is provided in partnership with Southeast Education Foundations, and is designed to help youths obtain affordable career training in industry. Additionally, the College has numerous career services and programs for the general public and students to help unemployed individuals find work including JobStart/Future Skills, a program that provides funding to employers to train unemployed individuals for positions in which, once the training is complete, they will be employed.
Serving the southeast Saskatchewan region, Southeast Regional College’s primary goal is to train individuals to succeed in the labour market