Ready to return.

We understand that you didn’t just step out of high school – the average age of Lethbridge College students is 27. More and more mature students are joining us each year and we recognize that returning to school can be a big decision. Luckily, our flexible learning options, and academic and personal supports are designed to assist you in minimizing anxiety and maximize success!

Your Supports

Attending Lethbridge College means that you’re not alone. When the road gets bumpy, call on any of the following learner support professionals and service areas when you need them.

  • Career and Academic Advising: From choosing a career path to navigating your academics, our advisors are here for you every step of the way!
  • Student Awards and Financial Aid: We’re here to make your post-secondary experience more accessible. Learn more about student loans, grant funding, scholarships, awards, and more!
  • Tutoring Supports: Prepare, advance and excel through your studies with the support of academic strategists and peer tutors in the Learning Café.
  • Day Care: Have peace of mind knowing your child is just down the hall receiving quality care in our accredited day care facility.
  • Student Employment and Professional Development Services: Become the candidate of choice for your dream job. We can help with resume building, interview preparation and professional development.
  • Health and Counselling Services: Make your health and well-being a priority.

Mature student information session

Returning to school isn’t a decision you can make lightly, even when it’s the right one. To help you build confidence in your decision and ensure that coming here is the right move, we hold information sessions to help answer your questions. Join us at our next mature student information session.

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Our programs

Whether you find yourself hitting that career wall or just feel stuck in a rut, you’ll find a world of opportunities at Lethbridge College. With over 50 programs to choose from, you can be in, out and working in a career you’re passionate about, usually within 24 months or less.

Flexible program options

We offer flexible learning options to help you find the balance that works best. Program delivery options include:

  • On-campus: The traditional college setting, all courses needed to complete your program are taken on campus.
  • Online: Some programs can be fully completed online, without the need to come to campus (though you may be required to participate in practicums or labs on-site). In preparation for online studies, check out our Online Learner Orientation for more information!
  • Blended: Most of the courses in the program are completed face-to-face in the classroom but some courses have the option to be completed online.

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Open House

LETHBRIDGE COLLEGE OPEN HOUSE

Join us for a day of exploration and discovery at Lethbridge College's Winter Open House on Nov. 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Val Matteoti Gymnasium.

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Career and Academic Advising

Our primary role is to support you as you progress through the student lifecycle. Whether you are a current Lethbridge College student or are thinking about becoming one, we can help you develop your skills as a student and make the appropriate decisions to pursue your career and academic goals.

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Student Awards and Financial Aid

We’re here to help make your post-secondary experience more accessible. An investment in your education is truly an investment in yourself. It’s a big commitment and now is the time to ensure your finances are in order. If you’re looking for some guidance as you plan your future here, we can provide you with plenty of sound financial advice.

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