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

Thanks for joining us at Convocation 2019! Details regarding Convocation 2020 will be posted as they become available. Until then, relive the moment of Convocation 2019 – full ceremony and highlight videos below.

Photography of convocates crossing the stage will be available from Lifetouch photography. The gallery will be available by noon on Saturday April 27.

View stage photos

Available noon April 27


Watch the full ceremony.

We are proud to have supported them along the way. We are proud that they saw this place as more than bricks and mortar – that they came together and made this place theirs for a year or two or more. We are proud to have combined their talent with our training. And we can’t wait to see what the Class of 2019 does next – because what happens next matters most!

Lethbridge College Convocation 2019


2019 Convocation videos



Convocate Celebration Video 2019

To our Class of 2019 - 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.



Troy Reeb Honorary Degree Recipient

We are honored to present our 2019 Honorary Degree to Troy Reeb (Comm Arts, '88).


2019 Convocate Profiles


Kristi Austin

A mother, wife, student and advocate, Kristi Austin managed it all while completing the Correctional Studies program at Lethbridge College. Her end goal is to open a house for the LGBTQ+ youth who are coming out of the criminal justice system, and the first step was earning her Correctional Studies diploma. Learn more about the Correctional Studies program at https://lethbridgecollege.ca/corrections.



Matthew Primrose

Once told he’d never play post-secondary volleyball, Matthew Primrose persevered and followed his dream. Through hard work and determination, he battled his way onto the court and helped win the first men’s volleyball ACAC medal in Kodiaks Athletics history – all while earning two diplomas. Learn more about the Lethbridge College General Studies program at https://lethbridgecollege.ca/gs.



Thari De Silva

After moving to Canada to attend Lethbridge College, Thari De Silva worried he wouldn’t make a single friend. Instead, he found a campus he could call his community and friends he could call family. Watch his journey from Sri Lanka to the Convocation stage and learn more about Lethbridge College's Business Administration program at https://lethbridgecollege.ca/business.