With a commitment to learning from place and honouring the land on which it resides, Lethbridge College is hosting a virtual National Indigenous Peoples Day event on Monday, June 21.
Happy campers are set to return to Lethbridge College’s campus this summer. Registration is now open for a wide variety of Lethbridge College summer camps that will teach skills, keep children and teenagers active, and create comradery among campers.
In a show of support for the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, Lethbridge College raised the Pride Flag on campus on Monday morning. The raising of the flag coincides with Lethbridge Pride celebrations, which are taking place throughout the week.
A Lethbridge College apprenticeship student has earned the title of best in Canada in his age group when it comes to Heavy Vehicle Technology. Danny Peeters was announced as the Skills Canada national gold medalist.
A new partnership between Lethbridge College and Southland International Trucks will provide trades students with exclusive training opportunities, software and equipment to support their training and career development.
Irrigation researchers at Lethbridge College have long been working on optimizing the amount of water needed to grow crops in a variety of fields, but new funding will allow the team to get a more accurate view of how much moisture is present below the surface.
Lethbridge College is showing how it is ready to meet the changing needs of the agriculture industry by launching its Bachelor of Agriculture Science program.
This free, one-night-only experience will feature a showing of the 1985 cult classic The Goonies. Presented by Lethbridge College Alumni Engagement and Fresh Air Cinema.
A new research project from Lethbridge College is aiming to help Alberta grain farmers cut their losses through improved storage technology and methods.
Lethbridge College is supporting Alberta’s health care system by helping more Practical Nurses return to work.