Student Success
Student Kelly Riehl poses with other winners as he earned a scholarship from the federal Parliamentary Outdoor Caucus.

Student successes highlight Lethbridge College’s academic year

A second-year Renewable Resource Management student was one of 10 winners from across Canada of a prestigious scholarship awarded by the Parliamentary Outdoor Caucus. He is is one of many students who had unique and noteworthy experiences at Lethbridge College in the 2018 and 2019 academic year.

Kodiaks Athletics
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks men's volleyball team celebrates a victory during the 2018-19 season.

Kodiaks to host 2019-20 ACAC men’s volleyball championships

The Lethbridge College Kodiaks will host a conference volleyball championship for the first time in program history. The 2019-20 ACAC Men’s Volleyball Championship was awarded to Lethbridge College at the ACAC’s spring meeting in Edmonton on Wednesday.

Campus News
Students from the Culinary program, and Media and Design program take part in Experiential Learning Week 2018.

High school students test out college life

Lethbridge College is offering a unique college experience – called Experiential Learning Week – to high school students from across southern Alberta. Approximately 150 students will have the opportunity to engage in an authentic and eye-opening college experience in an academic area that aligns with their interests.

Kodiaks Athletics
CCAA Hall of Fame inductee Laurie Hockridge

Kodiaks’ Hockridge earns CCAA Hall of Fame induction

One of the most dominant athletes to ever don Lethbridge College Kodiaks colours has earned her way to the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Hall of Fame. Laurie Hockridge, a women’s basketball star from 1987 to 1990, will be inducted in the athlete category at a ceremony on June 11 in Calgary.

Student Success
Ashcroft Design Challenge winners Jessica Banman and Tieunieke Anker pose with members of Ashcroft Master Builder.

Ashcroft Design Challenge winners named

A unique home design created by two Lethbridge College students has been named the winner of the second annual Ashcroft Design Challenge. Designer Jessica Banman and animator/virtual reality creator Teunieke Anker were announced as winners on Wednesday evening.

The design of a new stole created for Indigenous students to wear at Convocation.

Indigenous students to be honoured with custom stole

Indigenous students who cross the stage at Lethbridge College’s Convocation ceremony will do so with a special symbol wrapped around their shoulders. The college unveiled a new custom-designed stole for Indigenous convocates at Tuesday evening’s Indigenous Honour Night. The stole will be worn for the first time at Friday’s Convocation.