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Want to log into Office 365? Need instruction on how to get you selfie ID? Want to know when the next Kodiaks game is? Visit mylc.ca to start your MyLC experience today.
At Lethbridge College, our job is to make sure you are ready for yours. And our staff is here to help you along the way. If you can’t find the information you are looking for here, check out our search button and our Departments page. We are here to help!
Feeling stressed out?
You are not alone – and there are many ways we can help you.
Q: I think the stress is getting to me. Where can I go for help?
A: You are not alone – and there are lots of way we can help you. If you need someone to talk to or support you as you work through what is stressing you out, please contact Wellness Services at 403-320-3289 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How we can help
Our in person counselling team offer a variety of services to help you meet the challenges of achieving your personal, professional and academic potential. The primary form of support is personal counselling, which provides an opportunity to work collaboratively with a professional counsellor to solve personal issues.
Counselling can be sought for many reasons, including:
- managing stress/distress
- mental health concerns (like anxiety or depression)
- suicidal thoughts
- substance use/addiction
- relationship stress
- career and academic issues
- any other personal issues you may be facing
In addition to on- and off-campus face-to-face counselling, you can access online, video, telephone or app-based counselling to discuss whatever is on your mind. Use the appointment guide for instructions on how to book your face-to-face, online or phone counselling session.
There is also a wide variety of health and wellness information and articles available on the SSP website on topics like health, relationships, living away from home and student life.
Where can I get a copy of my transcript?
The Registrar’s Office has just what you need.
Q: Where I can I get a copy of my transcript?
A: Lethbridge College uses MyCreds, Canada’s digital document wallet, to issue transcripts and other official documents in a secure digital format. MyCreds is the official online document sharing system of the Association of Registrars of the Universities and Colleges of Canada.
Documents issued through MyCreds are certified, official and can be securely shared with other educational institutions, employers and other third parties. MyCreds allows you to access your documents anytime, from anywhere and share them as often as you need.
Who can I talk to about financial aid?
The helpful team in Student Awards and Financial Aid can help.
Q: Who can I talk to about financial aid?
A: The Student Awards and Financial Aid office is your first stop for information about student loans, awards and scholarships, and budgeting for school.
There are a few different ways to access funds to help pay for your post-secondary education:
- Student loans: There are many upsides to borrowing from the government but keep in mind that you must repay your loans (interest is currently 0 for federal loans) with interest after you graduate. Consider creating a budget to determine how much funding you may require and, if it makes sense to you, look into other options, such as working part-time or reducing your spending. Try to eliminate debt prior to attending as servicing preexisting debt while in school is likely to impede your success.
Grants: Similar to awards and scholarships, grants do not need to be paid back. The Foundation Learning Assistance program offers grants for eligible academic upgrading and ESL students while federal and provincial governments may automatically apply grants to your student loan, reducing the amount you owe. To qualify for these post-secondary grants you must apply through the student loan application process. Grant eligibility is related to family income.
- Awards and scholarships: Scholarships are non-repayable of course. You can’t assume that you will get them but applying costs nothing and takes little time. To apply for Lethbridge College awards, all you have to do is fill out one online application. Some awards may have additional requirements, such as writing an essay or creating a video. The Awards Application opens on March 1 every year.
Stop by our offices at PA1130, call us at 403-320-3372 or email us for more information.
Need a job?
Talk to our Career Development team.
Q: Can the college help me find a great job?
A: Yes. Start by talking to our team in the Career Development department. From job postings to resume critiques to facilitating on-campus interviews and presentations, we connect our skilled students and graduates with employers.
We serve all Lethbridge College students and grads who can continue to access our services even after convocation. We know it’s not always easy to find that perfect career opportunity, but we’re here to help. We offer free consultations with an employment expert so you can:
- have your resume critiqued
- prepare for an interview
- discuss your job search strategy
- learn to use our online resources to their full potential
In addition, you can access Lethbridge College Job Board and browse through a number of current employment opportunities and connect with potential employers.
Whether you need advice on how to finance your education, which courses to enrol in or where to buy your books, Lethbridge College offers a wide range of support services for all students. We’re here and ready to help you on your educational journey.
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English Language Centre
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New Student Orientation
Student Awards and Financial Aid
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