Welcome to Lethbridge College

Congratulations on your admission to Lethbridge College! Whether you are a high school student, transferring from another institution, changing your program or joining us from the workforce, we are ready to welcome you and help support you on your journey.

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MyLC is your student portal for all the information you need as a student at Lethbridge College. Gain access to up-to-date information about student services and student life on campus.

Want to log into Office 365? Need instruction on how to get you selfie ID? Want to know when the next Kodiaks game is? Visit mylc.ca to start your MyLC experience today.

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Orientation

We will help ease the transition to college life by introducing you to support services, informing you about your rights and responsibilities, helping you navigate campus, and building connections with other students, faculty and staff at Lethbridge College. You will experience an overabundance of welcome from all of us!

What to Expect from on campus orientation:

  1. Pick up your swag bag in Centre Core
  2. Attend your program orientation and learn important information to help you succeed.
  3. Take a campus tour
  4. Grab a complimentary BBQ lunch with Lethbridge College Students' Association in the CAVE (CE 1300). 

* Programs that have orientations online or on campus  before or after this date will receive a swag bag at the time their orientation.

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Orientation Calendar

January 4 - Winter term 2023 (January to April) Orientation

  • 9:30AM - 10:00AM: Orientation Welcome - I.B. Theatres
  • 10:00AM - 11:00AM: Program Orientation
  • 11:00AM - 12:00PM: LCSA Pizza Lunch - The Cave
  • 12:00PM - 3:00PM: Campus Tours - Centre Core
  • 2:00PM - 4:30PM: International Immigration Session - E.C. Fredricks Theatre

Complete the New Student Orientation Module

Available in the Hive to complete before the first day of class, the NSO module provides helpful information to make your transition to Lethbridge College as smooth as possible. After completing this module, you’ll know:

  • tried and tested tips to navigate your first term from experienced students who have been in your shoes before
  • how Lethbridge College may differ from your previous educational experiences
  • common hurdles and how to avoid or overcome them
  • our Lethbridge College support services and how they can help you
  • all about the technology you’ll use regularly
  • how to excel both in the classroom and outside

Check out the New Student Orientation module in The Hive.

 

Advice from Current Students

Nicky Jensen (LCSA representative)

Hello, my name is Niculina Jensen, and you can call me Nicky. I am a second-year Practical Nurse (PN) Student as well as the Lethbridge College Student Association (LCSA) Vice President (VP) of Operations & Finance here at Lethbridge College. I have been a student here at the college since 2018, and since then I have finished the Health Care Aide Program (2019), Upgraded my learning so that I could enter the PN program (2020-2021), and finished my first year as a PN student (2021-2022). Studying in college can have its ups and downs, however, there are so many resources to help you through your journey while you are completing your program or classes that you are taking.

 My one piece of advice for students would be: Don’t be afraid to ask for help if you are struggling with something. It is better to ask for help and get the necessary help you need to get what you need to accomplish done than try to figure it out on your own and not get the result you were hoping for. The instructors, library, LCSA, and all parts of the college have tricks, tools, and things you would need to help you succeed.

To be successful sometimes having that support and tools can help you. All you have to do is just ask and you will be directed to where you need to go, explained what it is that you need explaining, and supported in the way that you need to be supported.

Chiane Shade (Student ambassador)

I encourage new students to engage in conversation with the class, build relationships with their instructors and to always keep the instructors in the loop with what’s going on. Instructors understand that life happens, we do have lives outside of school. Informing your instructors if you are struggling, need help, need reassurance, need support, or just have class inquiries, clarifying to your instructor on important issues around your life, because it does tie into your studies. Instructors will do anything possible to help support their students succeed, that is what they are there for.

I would absolutely get to know the learning café, what supports they have for students and their academics. My main thing with school is always always always do your chapter readings. This way you are up to date on information, you’re getting all the context of the course and you are prepared to ask questions and engage in class. Get into habit of routine studies, being structured, and organized. Have fun and soak up what Lethbridge College has to offer you!