Lethbridge College will host several events next week on campus to help members of the community gain knowledge and confidence in integrating Truth and Reconciliation in their lives.
The Lethbridge College community offers its congratulations to Tristen Brown, a 2018 graduate of the Civil Engineering Technology program, who was named one of 166 winners of the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship earlier this month. The scholarships, only 55 of which are given in the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), are valued at $50,000 a year for three years, and are awarded to graduate students in Canada who demonstrate leadership skills, research potential and academic excellence in their studies.
It was a full crowd in the Lethbridge College library Friday as seven new graduates of the college’s Police Cadet program received their academic certificates and badges. The graduating class completed 22 weeks of training in the award-winning program, developed in partnership with southern Alberta police agencies.
The Government of Alberta has appointed three new members to Lethbridge College’s Board of Governors. Marni Hope (Miisomii’kitsikaakii/Long Time Offering) is beginning her three-year term as a non-academic representative while student members, Niculina (Nicky) Jensen and Stefan Joseph, will serve on the board for the 2023-24 academic year.
Family fun, food trucks, fantastic music and more are just four days away as Lethbridge College gears up to host Coulee Fest on Saturday. Supported by title sponsor, 1st Choice Savings, this free annual event is the ultimate celebration of community spirit and all are invited!
Lethbridge College’s Centre for Technology, Environment and Design (CTED) has launched its Wildlife Analytics Lab (WAL), a new research initiative offering fee-for-service cementum analysis of wildlife teeth.
Our thoughts are with everyone affected by the ongoing wildfires and wildfire evacuations across Canada. Students registered at Lethbridge College for the Fall 2023 semester who are impacted by these events, are encouraged to access the following supports as needed.
Students at both Lethbridge College and the University of Lethbridge will have access to a secure, online reporting and information platform starting this fall to support them if they experience gender-based and sexual violence.
Another academic year at Lethbridge College begins Tuesday, Sept. 5 with New Student Orientation (NSO), the annual event that welcomes new students to campus.
Lethbridge College and the University of Lethbridge will kick off the 2023-24 academic year with a delicious new event – inviting the community to a free pancake breakfast during the city’s Whoop-up Days celebration.