Lethbridge College is showing how it is ready to meet the changing needs of the agriculture industry by launching its Bachelor of Agriculture Science program.
This free, one-night-only experience will feature a showing of the 1985 cult classic The Goonies. Presented by Lethbridge College Alumni Engagement and Fresh Air Cinema.
A new research project from Lethbridge College is aiming to help Alberta grain farmers cut their losses through improved storage technology and methods.
Lethbridge College is supporting Alberta’s health care system by helping more Practical Nurses return to work.
Lethbridge College staff and alumni joined Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) under blue prairie skies earlier this month to plant 250 shrubs, the first of more than 2,500 to be planted just outside Vauxhall as part of an innovative partnership
From agriculture to architecture, health care to history, education to entertainment, virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) is proving its effectiveness in a wide variety of industries.
Lethbridge College has revamped its Health Care Aide program with a new curriculum. Launched at the beginning of the 2020-2021 academic year, students have successfully completed the first year of the new curriculum, which gives them a wider range of knowledge and hands-on skills.
A sweet new Lethbridge College research project exploring how automation and wireless technology can improve sugar beet storage is getting a boost after securing new funding from Alberta Innovates.
Lethbridge College and Taber Police Service are launching a new initiative that will allow up to six police recruit candidates to self-sponsor their own training at the college’s police cadet training program this fall.
Lethbridge College’s efforts to support students through difficult times received a $25,000 boost from the Bell Let’s Talk Post-Secondary Fund. The college is one of 123 post-secondary institutions across Canada to receive money from the new fund to support implementation of the National Standard of Canada for Mental Health and Well-Being for Post-Secondary Students. This is the second time Bell Let’s Talk has provided grant support to Lethbridge College. In 2016, a grant supported the launch of Mental Health First Aid training at LC.