The latest information on the worldwide outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and how it is affecting Lethbridge College.
For a second consecutive year, Lethbridge College has been recognized with a Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month - Great Employers Award.
What do you get the Lethbridge College student in your life? Sure, hot tech items like AirPods or a PS5 are a safe bet to be on the lists of many students this year. But what about something that might help them succeed in their academic program? Or something a new grad might find helpful as they launch their career? Here are some suggestions from our campus community.
Lethbridge College is moving all Monday (Nov. 9) classes online and urging all students and employees to avoid coming to campus on Monday unless absolutely necessary.
To help prepare students to be ready to enter today’s workforce – one that demands they are not just technically skilled but are also flexible, innovative and strong team players – Lethbridge College has developed a set of Student Core Competencies
Environmental Sciences instructor and Aquaculture Centre of Excellence researcher Soba Kaluthota has found a way to bring a bit of the ocean to the Prairies. The ocean lives in the works of art she creates – sandy beaches, frothy surf and sea turtles grace the surfaces of clocks, stools, charcuterie boards and more – each unique painting preserved forever in the glossy finish of epoxy resin.
Lethbridge College has decided on curriculum delivery plans for the Winter 2021 semester, which begins in January. The college remains committed to providing a quality learning environment for its students that allows them to be ready for what comes next in their professional or educational careers.
Anyone interested in pursuing their post-secondary education is invited to Lethbridge College’s Virtual Open House on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
Heavy Equipment instructor Mike Darlow says fall and winter are great times to explore photography. He does so with a collection of antique and modern gear, a basement darkroom and outings to capture unique images.
When Becky Fitzgerald talks about her career in nursing and teaching, two themes emerge: reaching out to underserved populations, and working to bolster hope in those who find theirs tested. Her research to complete an Educational Doctorate in Distance Education brings these threads together in a project that asks Lethbridge College international students what encourages or hinders their hope while they are studying online.