Welcome from the Dean
Making Their Case
Lethbridge College students did extremely well in the fall 2019 Cor Van Raay Case Competition. The first- and second-place teams this year were joint college (mix of business and agriculture students) and University of Lethbridge teams. In addition, four students on the other teams (three from the University of Lethbridge and one from the University of Saskatchewan) were former Lethbridge College business students. Way to represent, students and grads!
The Journey Continues
John Manyok and Sam Mathon were among the Lost Boys of the Sudan who, after arriving in Canada, came to Lethbridge College to study in the ESL, Upgrading and General Studies programs. After earning their diplomas in 2016, they went on to study Social Work at the University of Calgary and received their Bachelor of Social Work degrees in 2019. Congratulations, Sam and John!
Best of the Best
Simon Schaerz, an Exercise Science faculty member and coach to the Lethbridge College Kodiaks men’s and women’s cross country teams, was named ACAC coach of the year in 2019. In addition, two members of the conference and national championship team were CAAS students. Excellent work, Simon and our student-athletes!
Schools & Programs
Our primary role is to support international students. Whether you’re coming to Lethbridge College for English as a Second Language training or to study in one of our academic programs, we can help get you where you want to go. We also facilitate international experiences for students and staff as well as international partnerships for interested institutions and agencies.
School of Business
The objective of the School of Business is to provide future business professionals with basic skills and knowledge, as well as the advanced concepts required to work in or run your own business or manage diverse office environments. With a variety of majors available, our program gives you hands-on skills and principles to succeed.
School of Liberal Arts & Life Sciences
The School of Liberal Arts and Life Sciences offers both general and specialty courses that are designed to maximize choice of both subject and career destination. Students can build their own personal curriculum from an eclectic mix of courses; pursue majors in English, Psychology-Sociology or Exercise Science; or explore future career pathways from an Indigenous perspective.
School of Academic Upgrading
Whether you need to complete high school equivalency courses or upgrade your marks, our Upgrading courses can help you change directions or choose a new path to professional success. Many Upgrading courses are accepted in place of high school courses for admission at Alberta’s universities, colleges and technical institutes, as well as most colleges and universities in the United States.
English Language Centre
The English Language Centre’s Pathway to English and Academic Culture (PEAC) allows you to learn English in a Languages Canada-approved program and meet most Lethbridge College post-secondary program language requirements. Admission to PEAC may also qualify you to gain a conditional offer of acceptance to a post-secondary program. Learn English and be ready with PEAC!
Programming is provided at Lethbridge Correctional Center to incarcerated individuals in three educational streams – Academic Studies, Personal Development and Job Employment Training. Each stream focuses on a different aspect of inmate education, with a universal goal of providing high quality courses that develop skills to transition successfully back into society.
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