Convocation represents the culmination of your academic endeavours at Lethbridge College.

Convocation 2019 will take place on April 26 at the Enmax Centre. It is an opportunity for the campus community and your friends and family to recognize and celebrate your accomplishments.

Join us by celebrating convocation by following our social media feeds and sharing your content using #lethbridgecollege.


Apply to Graduate

Complete your Application to graduate/convocate if you are planning to meet your graduation requirements by June 30, 2019, or August 30, 2019, for online courses.

Yes! I will be attending the ceremony.

No, I will not be attending the ceremony.

Please note: An application to graduate/convocate is required for all graduating students whether attending the ceremony or not.

Submit a shout-out

Create a shout-out message for your classmates or your convocate to be displayed on the screens before the convocation ceremony. Deadline to submit is April 15, 2019.

SUBMIT your shout-out

Videos from the 2018 celebration



Convocate Celebration Video 2018

To our Class of 2018 - from everyone at LC, congratulations on your great achievement! Thank you for making us part of your journey. This video was produced by the students in the Lethbridge College Digital Communications & Media (DCM) program.



Lethbridge College Convocation 2018

Live stream of the 61st Lethbridge College Convocation ceremony, where over 670 convocates crossed the stage at the Enmax Centre on April 27, 2018.


2018 Convocate Profiles


Chelsea Low Horn

After completing the B.T.A.T.I. (Blood Tribe Agriculture Training Initiative) program Chelsea decided to further her education by taking the Agricultural Science program at Lethbridge College. Chelsea graduated in 2018 and plans to be an advocate for agriculture and give back to her community by sharing the knowledge she has gained and her love for the land.



Marianne Leeson

After a successful snowboarding career, Marianne Leeson returned to school to complete her Therapeutic Recreation Gerontology diploma. Marianne will now work towards her Bachelor of Therapeutic Recreation and a career in acute rehabilitation.



Tanya Smith

Tanya Smith overcame years of drug addiction and took the step to come back to school to support her family. Now a top student, Tanya will graduate from Lethbridge College’s General Studies program and has recently been accepted into university.