You can help shape the second class of the Lethbridge College Kodiaks Hall of Fame. Anyone is welcome to nominate the past athletes, coaches, teams and builders who have left their mark on Kodiaks Athletics at any point in the past 60+ years. Nominations are open from now until June 30.
For the second year in a row, Lethbridge College’s magazine has been named the best community college magazine in North America. And for the first time it has been awarded a Grand Gold – one of the highest honours bestowed by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. The award is just one of several ways members of Lethbridge College’s Communications, Marketing and Alumni Engagement teams have been recognized in a variety of different ways in their industries in recent months.
Promoting a campus culture that is inclusive to all, Lethbridge College has once again raised the Pride flag on its campus. The rainbow flag is flying outside of the main entrance to the college, in conjunction with Lethbridge-wide Pride activities that are taking place throughout June. This is the fourth year that the college has flown the Pride flag in support of the LGBTQ+ community.
Lethbridge College will receive nearly $1.15 million in federal research funding, the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, announced this morning in Ontario.
The college will receive $1 million towards its Centre for Sustainable Food Production, while an additional $147,023 of funding will provide two Lethbridge College researchers with equipment vital to their work.
Lethbridge College will offer a free 90-minute workshop to guide prospective students through applying for a student loan from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesday, June 19. This session is for students who have been accepted to a college program this fall, are considering applying or who have had student loans before but still have questions.
Combining the highest levels of both athletics and academics, six members of the Lethbridge College Kodiaks have been named CCAA Academic All-Canadians. The CCAA’s most prestigious student-athlete honour, it epitomizes a commitment to academic success and athletic achievement.
A team of seven women from Lethbridge will take their business savvy, computer coding and blockchain knowledge to the international CryptoChicks Hackathon competition in Toronto this week.
“I’ve never been to Halifax and I’m really looking forward to it,” says 19-year-old Justin Dekok, who leaves Saturday for the Nova Scotia capital with 60 other high school and post-secondary teammates on Team Alberta.
Here is a look at events happening on the Lethbridge College campus from May 13 to 20, 2019.
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.