The latest information on the worldwide outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and how it is affecting Lethbridge College.
Lethbridge College is pleased to announce that The Honourable Murray Sinclair will be the 20th honorary degree recipient in the institution's history. Sinclair will receive a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Justice Studies as part of the college’s spring 2021 Convocation ceremonies.
Lethbridge College is ready to celebrate its graduates – and will introduce several new elements this year as it does. For the spring 2021 Convocation, Lethbridge College will move to multiple small, drive-thru ceremonies on May 27 and 28 on campus.
Lethbridge College educational development specialist Melanie Hamilton was a nurse on a transplant team early in her career. She worked to harvest organs, appreciating the courage of families in their time or grief, and she worked on transplant patients, who were receiving a previous gift of life. She never dreamed she'd one day be a worried mom waiting for a liver donation for her youngest daughter.
With the success of the current academic year, the college is confident it will be able to welcome even more students and classes to campus for the Fall 2021 semester.
Lethbridge College Employee Excellence Awards recognize and celebrate outstanding employees in the areas of Lifelong Learning, Leadership and Creating Community, and Service and Innovation. Here are our 2021 recipients.
High school staff help to align students’ passions with the post-secondary education that works best for them. To help those staff give students the best information possible, Lethbridge College welcomes them to Connecting to College on Friday.
Last week, members of the Lethbridge College community did one of the things they do best — rise up and come together to support others. By the end of the coldest week of 2021, a convergence of partnerships and goodwill from campus provided a hot meal for 75 people and winter clothing for those at risk due to homelessness and hunger for two community groups.
In honour of Black History Month, we’re sharing stories of students and employees to elevate Black voices and recognize their contributions to making our campus community a vibrant place. Meet Eizak Amawi, a former Lethbridge College student and current employee, and hear about his journey to Lethbridge from South Sudan and the family he found on campus.
Lethbridge College is responding to student concerns about a lack of connectivity among peers by launching The Student Roundtable, a series of sessions running weekly throughout the semester where students are able to log in and connect with other students in an informal setting.