Whether you find yourself hitting that career wall, or you just feel stuck in a rut, we’re delighted you came to Lethbridge College to find a new world of opportunities.
Your decision to return to school to earn a post-secondary credential, or to earn an additional credential, will be one of the biggest steps you take in life. It’s a challenge you know you can meet.
The average age of Lethbridge College students is 24, so we understand you didn’t just step out of high school, and likely have more concerns than just your studies. Challenges like paying the mortgage, raising children and continuing to work full-time or part-time while attending school demand you find a life balance to succeed.
We can help maximize your experience and minimize your anxiety.
We’ve compiled some informational links to help you with your decision to enroll and to ease your transition to college life.
Career Counselling – Still don’t know what you want to be when you grow up? Our Career Counsellors can help you find a career path that matches your skills and natural abilities.
Online Courses & Distance Learning – We offer many individual courses and some entire programs through distance and online learning.
Day Care – Lethbridge College offers a fully licensed day care facility located right on campus if you require child care while you attend.