Flexibility to allow students to follow their passions is at the centre of changes to Lethbridge College’s Agriculture Sciences program. The changes to the program will allow students to graduate from Lethbridge College better prepared for a fulfilling career supporting the agriculture industry in southern Alberta and beyond.
To say Tom Virag, the college’s Residence and guest services coordinator, is an expert in housing is true in more ways than one. Not only is he a key part of getting and keeping students settled on campus, but on evenings and weekends, he can be found in his woodshop, building houses for birds of a different feather.
Grab some snacks, load up the car and cruise onto campus to join Lethbridge College for a Movie on the Coulees. This one-of-a-kind, one-night-only, drive-in theatre experience will feature a showing of the 1985 cult classic The Goonies on Saturday, Sept. 26.
New Lethbridge College students should check their mailboxes and doorsteps, as Lethbridge College delivers a taste of New Student Orientation directly to their homes. Kodiaks Kits, which include both important information for new students and goodies have been sent to all new students as a way to welcome them to the college.
What do you get when you combine two biologists and one large Lethbridge yard, multiplied by a passion for sustainable living? Deliciousness.
Agriculture Sciences instructor Adriana Navarro Borrell and husband Chase Morrell grow mushrooms in their South Lethbridge backyard – oyster, shitake and, new this year, wine cap.
To help ensure the health and safety of its campus community, Lethbridge College has implemented a mandatory mask policy for on-campus indoor public spaces. The policy takes effect Aug. 17.
Lethbridge College is providing a series of fun, skill-building and safe summer camp opportunities for children and teens in August. Run by the college’s Be Fit for Life Centre, available camps include mountain biking, dance and Totally U G!rl, as well as a duathlon training program for adults and teens.
We asked Travis Killian, manager of customer service and operations with Information Technology Services, to put on his beekeeper’s hat to share the 1-2-3s of bees.
Lethbridge College is helping students be ready for what happens next, with two free student success courses that will help prepare both new and returning students for the fall 2020 semester.
The Government of Alberta has announced it will fund an additional $3.35 million worth of capital maintenance and renewal work at Lethbridge College, creating an estimated 19 new jobs in the community.