Medicine Hat College

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Coordinates: 50°1′3.38″N 110°41′3.39″W / 50.0176056°N 110.6842750°W / 50.0176056; -110.6842750

Medicine Hat College
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Motto Scienta Mentem Sustinet(Latin: "Knowledge Sustains the Mind")
Established 1965
Type Public degree-granting community college
President Dr. Denise Henning
Students 2700 full-time
Location Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
Campus Urban Medicine Hat Brooks
Colours gold     ; black     
Affiliations ACCC, CCAA, CCAA, AACTI, CBIE
Website www.mhc.ab.ca/
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Medicine Hat College is a public, board governed, comprehensive community college serving southeastern Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan, Canada. The college is located in the city of Medicine Hat, Alberta, and was founded in 1965. Almost 2,500 students attend the main campus; another 200 attend Brooks Campus, located 100 km west of Medicine Hat in Brooks.

MHC is a member of the Alberta Rural Development Network.

Programs[edit]

More than 30 diplomas and certificates are offered along with 25 university transfer programs. There are also several opportunities for degree completion at MHC. Students are able to complete a bachelors degree in nursing and education, thanks to collaborative agreements with the University of Calgary and Mount Royal University, respectively. Applied degrees are also offered in Ecotourism and Outdoor Leadership, Applied Arts (Visual Communications)and Applied Health Science (Paramedic). Graduates from diploma programs such as Police and Security may also complete degrees through Athabasca University. The college offers unique diploma programs such as Addictions Counseling, Technical Illustrator, Paramedic, and Global Tourism and Marketing.

Library[edit]

Two libraries serve the college: at the main campus, the Vera Bracken Library at the main campus located in the Library/Classroom wing built in 2003, and the Brooks Campus Library .[1] The libraries have 100,000 print and non-print resources, 17,000 e-books, and over 20,000 online periodicals, and an annual gate figure attendance of over 400,000. The college is a member of The Alberta Library, the Southern Alberta Information Network, the Canadian Library Association, Library Association of Alberta, and is a partner with the University of Lethbridge Library, sharing the integrated library system.

Athletics[edit]

The college's Rattlers compete in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference. Team sports include: basketball, volleyball, soccer, and golf.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Medicine Hat College. "About Library Services". Retrieved 22 November 2011. 

External links[edit]

All facts, unless otherwise stated, are from Medicine Hat College's web site: