The Communications department at Lethbridge College provides a range of services for journalists including arranging interviews, finding experts, sharing logos, and supplying photos, video, text and other material for use in news coverage.

Our media kit is your first stop for acquiring these resources. Here you’ll find downloadable logos and images, fast facts and interesting tidbits about the college. For everything else, contact our Communications team.

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Download print quality Lethbridge College logos. The package includes print quality EPS logos for:

  • Lethbridge College
    • colour logo
    • colour logo (inverted)
    • greyscale logo
  • Kodiaks
    • colour logo
    • colour logo (inverted)
    • black logo

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Image library

For news stories featuring Lethbridge College, you can use photos from our image library. Simply download the image and save to a local file or your hard drive.

The photo must be accompanied by a caption clearly stating that it is an image of Lethbridge College and it has been provided courtesy of the college’s Communications team.

Lethbridge College in the news

Expansion project by Diamond Schmitt and Sahuri + Partners opens at Lethbridge College
Canadian Architect
A greatly expanded trades and technologies centre has opened at Lethbridge College. At close to 170,000 square feet, the new facility designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects in association with Sahuri + Partners is one of the largest buildings in the southern Alberta city. […]
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Wind energy jobs, cash could boost Alberta’s economy
National Observer
A new study shows a wind energy boom in Alberta could yield jobs for some of the people who have lost work because of a long-term lull in the oil and gas sector. The Alberta Wind Energy Supply Chain Study, produced by the Delphi Group for the Canadian Wind Energy Association, also highlights action […]
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Doug Overes stirs up passion for culinary arts
Lethbridge News Now
Earning a place on Palliser Regional Schools’ Wall of Fame was an honour, but for Doug Overes the possibility he might inspire future chefs is much greater reward than the recognition itself. Although his resume includes impressive results at the highest of levels of culinary competitions […]
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Lethbridge College receives Blackfoot name
Global Lethbridge
Lethbridge College was given a Blackfoot name Tuesday morning at a ceremony to kick off the school’s annual Indigenous Celebration Day. Elder Peter Weasel Moccasin gave the college the name Ohkotoki’aahkkoiyiiniimaan, which means stone pipe. […]
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Inductees into the inaugural Kodiaks Hall of Fame to be honoured this weekend
Lethbridge News Now
Lethbridge College will be celebrating its storied athletic history with the creation of the Kodiaks Hall of Fame as part of the college's 60th anniversary celebrations. Ceremonies will be held at the Kodiaks basketball and volleyball games this weekend to recognize the inaugural 12 inductees into the hall of fame. […]
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