Ready to innovate.

If you’re thinking of going back to school, or looking at adding another credential to your educational lineup, then look to Lethbridge College. We know that, as an online learner, your needs are unique. We are ready to support you as you work toward your educational goals – at the time and place that works for you.

We offer more than 160 online classes that let you set your own schedule for school.

In addition to traditional classes on campus, we offer more than 160 online classes that let you set your own schedule for school. You can also try out a “blended learning” program that mixes traditional classes with online classes, giving you the best of both worlds. And we have friendly and experienced staff members available online and in person who can support you through your journey.

1900 online learners

Lethbridge College has over 1900 online learners.


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:


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!


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. If you are interested in a blended program, speak to an advisor to see how much of the program is available online!

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 Services

There is a lot of support available for our online students, from Canvas help guides to career and academic advising to counselling.

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How do online learners access their courses?

Canvas is the Learning Management System (LMS) used by Lethbridge College.

Think of this as something like a website where your instructor can distribute course materials and announcements, post and collect assignments, record grades, facilitate course discussions, and much more.  The good news is that you're already using Canvas!  This orientation has been developed using Canvas to give you the opportunity to explore some of the basic features this system offers before your classes begin. 

The following video will show you how to get started using Canvas for the first time.


Is your technology compatible?

Operating System, Device Specifications and Internet Speed

Canvas does have some recommendations for screen resolution, operating system, mobile device operating systems, computer specifications, and internet speed, which can be found in the Canvas Community. An internet search will usually produce easy instructions on how to determine the operating system and specifications for your computer or mobile device.  However, each specific course may include supplemental resources that require more resources.  If so, your instructor will communicate this at the beginning of the term.

Web Browsers

There are a variety of web browsers available for download on any computer, but we recommend the use of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to optimize your experience interacting with our online courses.  For detailed information on all browsers that are supported by Canvas, visit this Canvas Community Page.

Office 365

As a student at Lethbridge College, you will have free licensing for Microsoft Office 365, which is a suite of several different softwares.  Instructions on how to download them to your device is available on the ITS webpage.

Pdf Reader

Pdf files are commonly used in online courses.  To open these files, you will require a pdf reading program.  While there are several pdf readers available for download on the internet, we would recommend the Adobe Acrobat DC free download.


As a student at Lethbridge College, you will be provided with a Lethbridge College email account.  It is imperative that you use this account on a regular basis.  You should have received information regarding this account with the confirmation of application.