Collegešs mission is workforce development. This primary goal is
accomplished through a vision that combines the highest quality
career training with strong partnerships in the community.
Mission and Values
Coat of Arms, Corporate Logo and Mascot
Take a Place
in History. As the last class of the millennium, the weight of those
words means more to the Class of 1999 than any class which has gone
before. Theiršs will be the first footsteps to march into the opportunities
of the new century. The story of the new millennium has yet to be
written. They will be among those to write the first chapter.
Take a virtual
tour of LCC's main campus in south Lethbridge!
HISTORY OF LCC
Lethbridge Junior College opens in the basement of a local high
school with 35 students. President: Dr. W. James Cousins (1957-1963).
Lethbridge Junior College (LJC) opens its new facility at its present
location on a 57 hectare site at the south end of Lethbridge.
Dr. Donna J. Allan
& Enrolment Services
Dr. L. Dean Stetson
Board of Governors
Chair, Derek Redman
contains information on the Administration of Lethbridge Community
College, including: policies, procedures, minutes, schedules and
documants concerning the operation of the College. (more)
INFORMATION & PROTECTION OF PRIVACY (FOIP) AND LCC
of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act (Bill 18) was
enacted by the Alberta Legislature on June 1, 1994. The Act applies
to the records of a broad range of public bodiesš and was proclaimed
on October 1, 1995 for provincial government departments only. Enforcement
was extended to educational and health care institutions as well
as local government bodies over a period of months beginning in
the fall of 1998. It was recently announced that the proclamation
date for post-secondary educational institutions including Lethbridge
Community College is September 1, 1999. (more)
Union of Provincial Employees Local 071/001
Ministry of Learning
of Canadian Community Colleges