Lethbridge College

Lethbridge College

  • 93
    Acceptance Rate
  • 4200
  • 28005
    Average Cost
  • 90
    Employment Rate
  • Program
  • Permit


Lethbridge College (LC), with regional campuses in Claresholm, Pincher Creek, and Vulcan County, is home to students from 132 countries. Students can choose from a range of bachelor's degree programs including Nursing, Ecosystem Management, Conservation Enforcement, and Justice Studies. LC provides students access to state-of-the-art facilities such as multi-functional research-grade labs and equipment in the Cousins Science Center; the Center for Health and Wellness; an authentic courtroom and crisis lab; the Buchanan Library; and the Val Matteotti gymnasium. LC's Careers Services provides the students resources for internships, on-campus employment, and other working opportunities. Students can choose to reside in the Kodiak House, Cullen, and 30th Avenue's well-equipped and accessible on-campus accommodation.  

Entry requirements

Official secondary school records
Official test scores: SAT or ACT

GPA 2.00 

English language proficiency, if your native language is not English


Scholarship & funding

All information about scholarships you can find here.


Student life

Studying at Lethbridge College will give you unforgettable student experience. Student life here holds many social and physical activities, so you won`t be disappointed.