Hanlon Ag Centre Ltd. is continuing its long-standing support of Lethbridge College by providing equipment, installation and training on its precision agriculture system. The gift, valued at nearly $100,000, will be of immediate benefit to students in the Agricultural and Heavy Equipment Technician certificate and apprenticeship programs.
Corus Entertainment is investing in the future of Canadian journalism, with a $52,000 gift to Lethbridge College. The gift will support the creation of a state-of-the-art active-learning newsroom, as well as create new awards that will financially support Digital Communications and Media students.
A decades-old collection that helps identify a wide variety of soil types from across western Canada now resides at Lethbridge College. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) has donated 110 soil monoliths to the college.
Lethbridge College Kodiaks Athletics received a game-changing $100,000 gift from long-time booster Flora Matteotti, on behalf of her late husband Val and herself, on Tuesday morning.
The winner of the inaugural Ashcroft: Giving Back scholarship contest, presented by Lethbridge College, was announced on Wednesday afternoon. Tyler Dow will have up to $10,000 of his education paid for. In January, he will begin working towards a diploma
Lethbridge’s longest-running charity golf event returns to the links later this month with a new presenting sponsor. Galko Homes Master Builder is throwing its support behind the tournament that raises funds for student awards. As part of a three-year partnership, Galko’s involvement will help create a new student award named in honour of Chloe Galts, who founded Galko Homes along with her husband Marvin and his siblings.
Ashcroft Master Builder and Lethbridge College want to change the life of one deserving individual. Applications are now open for the inaugural Ashcroft: Giving Back scholarship contest, where the winning recipient will receive a scholarship worth up to $10,000 in any of Lethbridge College’s available programs.
Lethbridge College has received a $50,000 gift from the Picture Butte Lions Club to support students on campus with eyesight limitations. The Ron LeClaire Memorial Award is named in memory of a long-time Picture Butte Lions Club member and will be used to create scholarships for students who are blind or visually-impaired.
More than $1 million available annually to help Lethbridge College students thanks to community-minded donors
Understanding that the financial reality of pursuing post-secondary education can be stressful for students, Lethbridge College actively works with community partners to create and offer student awards. This past year, a total of $1,084,505 worth of student awards were available to Lethbridge College students.