Lethbridge College has once again been recognized as one of Canada’s top 50 research colleges. The college placed 50th in the 2018 rankings, released on Thursday by Research Infosource. It is the second-straight year – and the fifth time in the last six years – that Lethbridge College has been included in the rankings.
High school students are invited to become part of the Kodiaks community, as Lethbridge College hosts Junior and Senior High School appreciation night on Friday.
Here is a look at events happening on the Lethbridge College campus from Oct. 30 - Nov. 4, 2018.
The most decorated program in Lethbridge College athletic history added to its collection on Saturday. The Kodiaks cross country team claimed two gold medals and added a bronze at a very successful 2018 ACAC Cross Country Championships hosted by Lakeland College in Vermilion.
Lethbridge College Kodiaks soccer head coach Sean Carey has earned a historic honour, being named both women’s and men’s coach of the year in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) south division. Carey is the first coach to ever earn both the men’s and women’s awards in the same season.
The most decorated program in Lethbridge College athletic history will attempt to add to its collection on Saturday, as the Kodiaks take part in the 2018 ACAC cross country championships, hosted by Lakeland College in Vermilion.
The Learning Café is now accepting student registrations for a new five-week program called SCoRE (Student Curriculum on Resilience Education), starting Monday. This program was created by LEAD Pittsburgh (Leading Education and Awareness for Depression) specifically for post-secondary students.
For just the second time in program history, both Lethbridge College Kodiaks soccer teams have qualified for the playoffs in the same season. The women’s and men’s teams head to SAIT for this weekend’s ACAC championships.
Here is a look at events happening on the Lethbridge College campus from Oct. 22-28, 2018.
Lethbridge College President and CEO Dr. Paula Burns received a Blackfoot name at a ceremony held in conjunction with the college’s Indigenous Celebration Day Thursday. Burns’ name is Piita’gaaksiimaaki which means Eagle Whistle Woman.