Vulcan County Campus

What’s happening at our campus?

The Vulcan County Campus was established in 2012 through an agreement with the Vulcan Business Development Society and the Vulcan County Adult Learning Council. Palliser School Division also contributes to the partnership by providing dedicated space for college programming at County Central High School.

Vulcan County Campus is unique in that it is managed collaboratively by all partners. These partners work together to establish programming with Lethbridge College that is provided directly to the community through several locations. A variety of programs and courses are accessible through our campus, whether through face-to-face instruction or via one of our flexible learning options such as online learning or video conferencing. We also provide a number of services:

  • Exam/testing services (fees may apply)
  • Distance learning support
  • Access to and assistance with funding applications (apply early!)
  • Referrals to counseling, advising and other service departments
  • Information about post-secondary programs and institutions

Vulcan County Campus

Campus Location:
504 – 4 Avenue South
Vulcan, AB  T0L 2B0

Email: vulcancounty@lethbridgecollege.ca
Phone/Text: 403-485-1488


What can you take in Vulcan?

Lethbridge College offers:

Business Training and Development

  • Small Business Entrepreneurship

Human Services

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Educational Assistant

Industrial and Technical Training

  • Basic Welding

Other learning opportunities

  • e-Campus Alberta
  • Vulcan County Adult Learning Council


How are our courses delivered?

Most of our programs are delivered in a blended format. This means that a variety of methods are used to best accommodate the program requirements and your convenience. To ensure that your learning experience is the best it can be, on-campus support from Instructional Assistants and other Lethbridge College personnel is readily available.

Our four delivery methods are:

  • Face-to-Face
    You and the instructor are in the same room together.
  • Videoconference
    You are in a classroom with other students, and your instructor is teaching at another location. You are linked together via a television screen, and there may be other sites linked in as well. You are able to participate in discussions with the other sites, ask questions of your instructor, view documents and watch any multimedia content (like video clips) relevant to your course.
  • Online
    The entire course is delivered via the internet. You will use websites, email, class discussions and group chats to participate.
  • Blended
    A combination of any of the above methods.

Business Training and Development


Human Services


Renewable Energy Seminar Series


Industrial and Technical Training


Other learning opportunities