Keep up on all of the recent Lethbridge College news.
Forty-six participants came to campus in May to learn how to connect seniors to rhythm at a recreational therapist facilitator training program called Lulujam.
In addition to the thrill of seeing about 650 students become alumni as they crossed the stage at Convocation at the Enmax Centre on April 28, guests at this year’s ceremony witnessed a few additional notable moments.
As the final buzzer sounded at the CCAA Women’s Basketball National Championships in March, the Kodiaks jumped for joy and huddled together in sheer jubilation at centre court.
Bringing home the hardware - Wider Horizons and Lethbridge College represented at the CASE District VIII 2016 communications awards competition, bringing home a gold award in feature writing for the
Lethbridge College kicks off a celebration of its 60th anniversary - Lethbridge College kicked off a 60-week celebration of its 60th anniversary on Nov.
Burns named to city and national organizations - Lethbridge College President and CEO Dr.
Matthew Quilley (Criminal justice 2007) has made three tours throughout North America and Europe during the four years he has spent with the RCMP’s Musical Ride.
Women’s basketball team celebrates provincial medal - The Lethbridge College Kodiaks women’s basketball team finished its season with a bang, cruising to a 91-61 win over Lakeland College in the A