With the success of the current academic year, the college is confident it will be able to welcome even more students and classes to campus for the Fall 2021 semester.
An already unique opportunity for Lethbridge College students had a new twist this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The annual Tecconnect Challenge sees students create a marketing plan and collaterals to help solve real-world challenges for a local entrepreneur.
From equipment to financial aid to work-integrated learning opportunities to training materials, donors make a difference in the lives of Lethbridge College students every day. The college is celebrating the generosity of its donors this month, highlighting the many ways they directly affect the lives of students.
Lethbridge College Employee Excellence Awards recognize and celebrate outstanding employees in the areas of Lifelong Learning, Leadership and Creating Community, and Service and Innovation. Here are our 2021 recipients.
Charmed Playhouses has found its niche where imagination meets design. Known for its extravagant, high-quality playhouses that populate backyards around the world, Charmed is embarking on a new adventure, and bringing Lethbridge College students along for the ride.
A career in the corrections field led Ibrahim Turay to ask two important questions – what are the experiences that lead to Black youths being overrepresented in the Canadian justice system, and what can be done to help those young people before they ever enter the system?
High school staff help to align students’ passions with the post-secondary education that works best for them. To help those staff give students the best information possible, Lethbridge College welcomes them to Connecting to College on Friday.
Southern Alberta canola producers stand to benefit from a joint research project by Lethbridge College and Farming Smarter. The project will study the effects of strip tillage and precision planting on canola crops.
Last week, members of the Lethbridge College community did one of the things they do best — rise up and come together to support others. By the end of the coldest week of 2021, a convergence of partnerships and goodwill from campus provided a hot meal for 75 people and winter clothing for those at risk due to homelessness and hunger for two community groups.
In honour of Black History Month, we’re sharing stories of students and employees to elevate Black voices and recognize their contributions to making our campus community a vibrant place. Meet Eizak Amawi, a former Lethbridge College student and current employee, and hear about his journey to Lethbridge from South Sudan and the family he found on campus.