May 3 2019- New Student Orientation (Spring Intake)
This session will provide information to our new students starting in May. Advanced registration is required. We’ll be providing more information soon.
May 24 - Family
This festive event is for parents and partners of new students starting in September. We’ll offer information from various Student Services departments on how you can best support your student. Advanced registration is required. We’ll be providing more information soon.
September 3, 2019 – New Student Orientation (Fall Intake)
This is the semester kick-off for our new students starting in September. Attendance is expected, and advanced registration is required. We’ll be providing more information soon.
New Student Orientation sessions
New student information session for spring – May 3, 2019
Details coming soon.
As an international student, you are required to attend a special orientation and welcome on Thursday, May 2, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Registration coming soon). If you are unable to attend this orientation, please contact International Services at email@example.com to make alternate arrangements.
The first day of classes is Monday May 6, 2019, and if you would like to view our campus in advance visit our Google Virtual Tour any time and day of the year.
Check-in and registration will occur from 8 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. on May 2.
Here are a few tips to help you prepare for your college experience as an online learner:
- It’s very important to review the new student orientation resource created exclusively for online learners. This information is designed to help you prepare for your online learning experience and will take approximately 60 minutes to review. Review New Student Orientation for online learners here.
- Once you have full access to Canvas, your Learning Management System, we encourage you to review additional resources in Your Digital Pitstop.
- Get to know Lethbridge College’s campus and services with a tour, take a virtual tour at lethbridgecollege.ca/virtual-tour or review the services online
Welcome to OHKOTOKI'AAHKOIYIINIIMAAN
We provide assistance to our First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) students – from prospective students to alumni – in achieving their career and personal goals. Through our Circle of Services, you can access:
- information on programs, admissions, registration and study skills
- assistance with Indigenous funding, awards and scholarships
- personal, cultural, academic and career advising
- social, educational, cultural and sporting events
Lethbridge College recognizes that it is located on traditional Blackfoot territory and it is important for our institution to honour the land and culture of the Blackfoot people.
For more information on Indigenous Services visit click here.
Details coming soon.
Checking your college email for the first time?
Follow these steps:
- Go to myhorizon.lethbridgecollege.ca.
- Username: Enter your student ID (sXXXXXXX).
- Password: For your initial log in, use your birthdate followed by LC (YYMMDDLC). Note: DO NOT check the box that says “I want to change my password after logging on” as the change password screen will automatically appear. Checking off the box will disrupt the process and interfere with your login.
- Follow the steps on screen to change your password.
- Check out our social media accounts while you wait 20 to 30 minutes for the password to sync across platforms.
- Log back into myHorizon with your new password.
- Once back in myHorizon, click on My Office 365 Email on the right side of the screen.
- Username: Enter your LC email address.
- Password: Use your new myHorizon password.
- Click on the Outlook icon. You’re finally in!
The purpose of New Student Orientation is to:
- Facilitate your successful transition into the college.
- Prepare you to maintain or achieve a holistic life balance (academic, social, emotional and physical well-being).
- Contribute to student retention.
New Student Orientation learning outcome statements:
- Describe the difference between your previous life and educational experiences and the college experience.
- Identify, differentiate, and locate the available services that support your holistic well-being.
- Create connections with faculty, staff and peers to establish a sense of belonging with the college community.
- Recognize the diversity of the college community to build awareness of global citizenship.