The Holiday Bake-off Kodiak Coke Cake contest returns for a second year, giving Lethbridge College alumni the chance to enjoy a delicious treat, while having the chance to win an amazing prize pack.
Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy is an intimate portrait of survival, love and the collective work of healing in the Kainai First Nation in southern Alberta. Lethbridge College will present a screening of the award-winning documentary on Nov. 22, followed by a panel discussion with local experts in health care, social work and addictions.
Lethbridge College is ready to celebrate its amazing alumni as nominations are now open for its annual Honouring Excellence alumni awards.
A new gift from the Kodiaks Association means Lethbridge College student-athletes, coaches and training staff members will have a new tool to help diagnose, track and treat concussions, while safely returning student-athletes to action once they’re ready.
Civil Engineering Technology alumni Jordan Dyck, Harrison Hadford and Sishminder Singh claimed third place in the Canada-wide Technology Accreditation Canada 2021 Technology Report contest.
The latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is affecting Lethbridge College.
As two partnerships with Blood Tribe Employment and Skills Training show, LC Extension also plays a role in connecting community organizations with the wealth of expertise available at the college.
Lethbridge College has launched Ready to Feel the Heat: The Miami Heat Experience, a new raffle that will send one lucky winner and a guest to Florida for a one-of-a-kind experience to see the Miami Heat take on the Toronto Raptors.
Lethbridge College’s Open House is a one-stop resource for those interested in taking the next step in their educational journey. This year’s event takes place both on-campus and online on Thursday, Oct. 28.
October is Disability Employment Awareness Month, which is organized to acknowledge and promote the contributions and inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace.
Here's a look at how Chef Doug Overes, chair of the School of Culinary Arts, and his team have made it part of their mission to provide opportunities and accommodations for students with disabilities so they, too, can get a taste of what the culinary world has to offer.