Effective Monday, Sept. 20, Lethbridge College is implementing the Government of Alberta’s Restrictions Exemption Program. This means anyone accessing the Lethbridge College campus will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative PCR or rapid test taken within 72 hours of accessing the campus.
The latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is affecting Lethbridge College.
In light of rapidly rising COVID-19 cases in Alberta, Lethbridge College has made the decision to cancel this year’s Coulee Fest.
Following a year in a flexible learning environment, the vast majority of classes return to an on-campus environment this semester. College leadership has identified two key priorities for the year ahead, including keeping the entire community healthy and safe; and supporting all efforts to offer classes in-person for the entire semester.
Lethbridge College’s skilled faculty and staff members are putting their expertise to work to help industry find solutions to real-world issues. The innovative projects will be supported by the 2021-22 internal research grants awarded by the college’s Centre for Applied Research, Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
With the launch of LC Alumni Perks, the college’s new alumni benefits program, alumni will receive exclusive access to offers, discounts, news, events, contests from partner businesses and more.
Lethbridge College Kodiaks fans will be able to cheer on a familiar face at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games next week. Payden Vair is a member of Canadian's national sitting volleyball team.
Lethbridge College’s popular Coulee Fest returns one month from today, and attendees will notice a distinct county fair feel to the celebration. Coulee Fest is a free event for the whole family that will take place from 1 to 7 p.m. on Sept. 18.
A Lethbridge College research project is giving insight into southern Alberta’s sturgeon population while offering students valuable first-hand experience in the field. The project aims to develop a greater understanding of viruses affecting sturgeon in the South Saskatchewan River basin.
Lethbridge College is saddened to hear of the passing of Cor Van Raay. Cor was a business leader, a philanthropist, an advocate for education, a leader in agricultural innovation and most of all, a friend to countless people and organizations, and a beloved partner to Julie.