Why Lethbridge College?

Good question – and there are so many good answers. To start with, our job is to equip you for yours – and we work hard to help our students succeed. The campus is a warm, friendly fun place to study, live and learn, and there is always something happening.

We teach the right stuff, with courses and programs that are hands-on, engaging, immersive and good at preparing you for the actual workforce. We have great facilities, with state-of-the-art equipment and, whenever possible, a lot of that southern Alberta sunshine. We hire instructors who are outstanding teachers but also have real-world experience in the fields they teach. And our students and staff contribute to projects that strengthen our campus and improve lives in our community.

Is Lethbridge College accredited?

Yes, Lethbridge College (LC) is a fully accredited public post-secondary institution in Canada.  LC is a designated post-secondary institution by the Government of Alberta and reports to the Government of Alberta through the Ministry of Advanced Education.

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Student success

We have supports that are here for you every step of the way, from your first contact with the college until you cross the stage at convocation and beyond. At that point, you’ll join our grads who are found around the world, achieving their slice of success.

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Student Life

You’ll be coming to a campus with a sterling reputation in the programs we offer. But you won’t get lost in the halls, and your teachers will know your name.  Our student life is fun and vibrant, and we encourage you to make the most of your time here at college.

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Learning at LC

Forget boring lectures. You’ll learn by doing, in the classroom and, in many cases, through practical experience in industry placements. Learning at LC is hands-on. It’s engaging. It’s fun. But most importantly, it prepares you for your career. 

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As a Lethbridge College student, you’ll study science on research-grade equipment, practise your nursing skills on a computerized patient or learn your trade in the largest trades training facility south of Calgary. What’s not to love about that?

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You’ll be shown the material that matters to employers by people who have been there, done that, and want you to follow in their footsteps. They take a personal interest in your success and will push you and your classmates to be your best. 

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You could be part of work that matters in the community as well as in the classroom. Depending on your area of study, you could take part in applied research, assisting on projects that will solve problems facing industry. Talk about innovation in action.

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Ready for the next step?

Choose from over 50 career-training programs, applied degrees and apprenticeships, or speak with an Academic Advisor to help with your pursuit of career and academic goals.

Programs Career and Academic Advising