To help ensure the health and safety of its campus community, Lethbridge College has implemented a mandatory mask policy for on-campus indoor public spaces. The policy takes effect Aug. 17.
The latest information on the worldwide outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and how it is affecting Lethbridge College.
Lethbridge College is providing a series of fun, skill-building and safe summer camp opportunities for children and teens in August. Run by the college’s Be Fit for Life Centre, available camps include mountain biking, dance and Totally U G!rl, as well as a duathlon training program for adults and teens.
Lethbridge College is helping students be ready for what happens next, with two free student success courses that will help prepare both new and returning students for the fall 2020 semester.
The Government of Alberta has announced it will fund an additional $3.35 million worth of capital maintenance and renewal work at Lethbridge College, creating an estimated 19 new jobs in the community.
Lethbridge College is making plans for the fall when it comes to its on-campus fitness facilities. These decisions will affect Kodiaks Athletics, the fitness centre, Be Fit for Life classes and summer camps.
A special issue of Lethbridge College’s Wider Horizons magazine published last year that focused on how the opioid crisis has changed the working world for college graduates continues to receive accolades from magazine and communication industry organizations. Wider Horizons has earned two major industry accolades in the last month.
The special efforts of a Lethbridge College Kodiaks soccer alumna mean the Kodiaks logo is now being proudly represented more than 11,000 kilometres away. Jill Brown personally delivered two complete Kodiaks soccer jersey kits to the Prisons Training School in Ghana earlier this year, during a trip to the Ghanaian capital of Accra.
While the college usually celebrates this day with the raising of the college tipi and in-person lessons from elders and knowledge-keepers, the current restrictions on gatherings provided a challenge.
Lethbridge College President and CEO Dr. Paula Burns raised the Pride Flag on campus on Monday morning. The rainbow flag is flying outside of the college’s main entrance in celebration of Pride Month and in conjunction with Lethbridge Pride Fest.