Campus News
The Pride Flag flies outside of Lethbridge College

Students lead Lethbridge College’s Pride Day

As a showing of the campus’ inclusivity towards all groups, Lethbridge College has declared Wednesday as Pride Day. The student-led initiative is a day-long celebration featuring a flag raising, guest speaker and information sessions.

Campus News
Coulee Fest is returning to Lethbridge College on Sept. 15, 2018

Be ready to celebrate! Coulee Fest returns Saturday

Lethbridge College’s campus is open to all as Coulee Fest returns for a second year on Saturday. The free event features fun for all ages as a way for the college to say thank you to the community that has supported it for more than 60 years.

Announcement
Hon. Marlin Schmidt, Zachary Wigand and Kristin Ailsby officially open Lethbridge College's Pride Lounge.

Lethbridge College opens a dedicated Pride Lounge for LGBTQ+ community and allies

Lethbridge College now has a dedicated space for members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies to meet and socialize. The Pride Lounge was officially opened by members of the college community, the Lethbridge College Students’ Association’s (LCSA) LGBTQ+ club and Alberta’s Minister of Advanced Education Marlin Schmidt, on Monday morning.

Kodiaks Athletics
Kodiaks soccer player Payden Olsen

Kodiaks soccer to “play for Payden” as new season begins

A new season begins on Saturday for the Lethbridge College soccer teams. The women’s side will get a motivational boost from the return of teammate Payden Olsen to the sidelines, just over a month after losing her right foot in an accident at her home in Cardston.

Campus News
The Lethbridge College logo

What's happening on campus - Sept. 2-9, 2018

With the beginning of the new academic year, things are becoming quite busy again at Lethbridge College. Here's a look at what is happening in the week ahead.

Campus News
Students attend New Student Orientation in September 2017

New learners begin their Lethbridge College journey at New Student Orientation

Ensuring that learners are prepared to “Arrive and Thrive” is the goal of Lethbridge College’s annual New Student Orientation. Nearly 1,100 new students will take part in a half-day of sessions and activities designed to get them ready for student life on Tuesday, Sept. 4, before classes begin for first-year and returning students on Wednesday, Sept. 5.

Campus News
Shanda Webber is shown at the front of the college.

Lethbridge College recruitment manager to receive U of L Alumni honour

A champion of the indigenization of Lethbridge College and advocate for Indigenous learners will be inducted to the University of Lethbridge Alumni Honour Society in October. Shanda Webber, the college’s manager of Recruitment and Indigenous Services, is one of six inductees to be honoured at the Let There be Light Night Oct. 12, part of the U of L’s fall Convocation celebrations.