College Corner

College Corner

Medicine Hat College’s continued efforts to provide quality, relevant programming have resulted in new and unique opportunity for students. Built environment engineering technology, or BEET, has been formally approved by Advanced Education, and will replace the current computer aided drafting and design (CADD) diploma program.

The Medicine Hat College Rattlers are pleased to announce Swift Current native Kaity Letwiniuk has been accepted to take part in the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association’s (CCAA) Female Apprentice Coach Program (FACP). 

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 14:01

Enactus MHC continues to impress, improve

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The Medicine Hat College chapter of Enactus, the international entrepreneurial leadership group, proved again their initiatives and abilities are not going unnoticed.

Sometimes the best economic ideas don’t come from a corporate board room.

Thursday, 27 April 2017 14:30

Returning Pathways Gala blazes new trail

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Medicine Hat College’s (MHC) annual Pathways Gala will return on June 10 to shine a spotlight on the student experience.

The Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA) is pleased to announce that Isak Helland-Hansen of the Medicine Hat College Rattlers has been selected as the 2016-17 CCAA Men’s National Volleyball Player of the Year. 


Each year Medicine Hat College (MHC) honours a business person who demonstrates leadership in business and serves the community in other ways. For the first time, this year’s Business Person of the Year award will be shared by a team: Perry and Chris Deering.


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