By Lethbridge Herald on April 13, 2015.
Lethbridge College students and staff celebrated the Lethbridge College Students’ Association’s (LCSA) donation of $200,000 toward a multi-use student space to be called the LCSA South Commons in the new trades and technologies facility during an event in Centre Core today.
“The LCSA is pleased to be able to give back to the college in a meaningful way,” said LCSA president Michael Doughty. “This new space will be created for and defined by future generations of Lethbridge College students and we thank all of the current students who shared our vision and voted to make this gift a reality.”
The LCSA held a referendum along with its student elections in early March to determine support for the gift following a unanimous endorsement from the LCSA executive. The LCSA South Commons will be located within the new trades and technologies facility and will increase the existing designated student study areas and meeting areas on campus, which the LCSA identified as a priority.
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