Lethbridge College has been recognized as one of Canada’s top 50 research colleges for the sixth time in seven years. The college rose three spots to 47th in the annual rankings released by Research Infosource.
Lethbridge College has received a major award from Canadian Blood Services. The college earned the Regional Partner Award for the Prairie Region at the annual Honouring Canada’s Lifeline event on Monday evening in Ottawa.
“I’ve never been to Halifax and I’m really looking forward to it,” says 19-year-old Justin Dekok, who leaves Saturday for the Nova Scotia capital with 60 other high school and post-secondary teammates on Team Alberta.
Lethbridge College’s Advancement team was recognized for its outstanding work by winning six CASE District VIII 2019 Communications Awards at a ceremony in Vancouver. The college received five awards for exemplary achievement in marketing and communications while senior communications specialist Paul Kingsmith received a Rising Star award.
Residents of Taber and its nearby communities now have the chance to provide feedback on the educational needs of the community and guide future programming. The Community Survey of Educational Needs is available online and will help gauge how Lethbridge College can serve the region.
Lethbridge College is making it easier for prospective students to pursue their post-secondary educational goals. The Winter Open House takes place on Saturday and everyone who applies on-the-spot will have the application fees waived.
The newly published winter issue of Wider Horizons, Lethbridge College’s award-winning alumni and community magazine, tackles a critical issue facing the community – the opioid crisis.
Lethbridge College is inviting those with an interest in virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) to join its new book club. The VR Book Club is just like any other book club, but with a twist - the capabilities of virtual reality mean it's open to anyone across the world.
Lethbridge College and 11 other journalism schools from across Canada are joining forces to strengthen journalism education, creating a new organization called.
A group of 12 Alberta post-secondary institutions have signed a memorandum of understanding supporting Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Reservists who are college employees or students.