Student Success

Lethbridge College interior design event invites participants to surRENDER

The inaugural winners of the Ashcroft Design Challenge will be announced as part of surRENDER, an annual showcase for the Interior Design Technology program. surRENDER will also feature virtual reality demonstrations, student work showcases and the opportunity to network with instructors and industry professionals in a relaxed setting.

Student Success
A student models student-designed garments at a Lethbridge College Fashion Design and Sustainable Production event

Fashion in focus at collaborative “I’ll Show You Mine” event

There will be plenty of glitz and glamour this weekend as Lethbridge College and the University of Lethbridge present the second annual “I’ll Show You Mine… Deconstructing Costume, Constructing Fashion” event. The evening combines the college’s annual fashion show with a collaborative art exhibition.

News Release

Alberta colleges make significant impact on provincial economy

Alberta's colleges make a significant financial impact province-wide, adding $4.8 billion to Alberta’s economy in 2015-16 alone. This is equivalent to 43,520 jobs supported in the province. A new, province-wide study indicates that investing in colleges creates a significant return on investment for students, taxpayers and society.

Kodiaks Athletics
KODIs award winners Kristine Ward, Dax Whitehead and Greg Gibos

Ward, Whitehead named top student-athletes at 2018 KODI Awards

A pair of volleyball veterans soared above the crowd to earn top student-athlete honours for the Lethbridge College Kodiaks. Kristine Ward won female honours for the 2017-18 season, while Dax Whitehead earned the nod on the men’s side at the KODI Awards on Thursday evening.

Dr. Kenny Corscadden

Veteran researcher to lead applied research activities at Lethbridge College

Dr. Kenny Corscadden has been appointed the new Associate Vice President of Research at Lethbridge College. Corscadden joined the college in August 2017 as Dean of the Centre for Technology, Environment and Design. He will continue in that role, while also taking on the AVP Research portfolio.