OPENING DAY

Opening day falls on the Monday of the Labour Day weekend each fall. In 2016 opening day was on September 5th at 10:00am at Lloyd Nolan Yard.  Players must bring the following information with them: Provincial Health Care Number, Social Insurance Number, local address and phone number (in Lethbridge), home address and phone number. Players must be in proper baseball attire as this is the first day of practice as well. This will take place at Lloyd Nolan Yard in Lethbridge, located at 545 6th Ave. North

FEES

Fall fees: $2,960 +GST   Total - $3108 (must be paid in full on Opening Day).
Spring fees: $2,000 Varsity; $1,500 Junior Varsity; $500 Red Shirt

ACT/SAT

Every player should have written one of these exams before starting in September. See your high school counsellor about these exams as they should be written while you are in high school. Most schools in the USA require you to have a SAT score of 850 or an ACT score of 19. The ACT/SAT cannot be written after a student has started at a post-secondary institution. In most cases, a GPA of 2.00 in 24 hours of classes will get you accepted into programs at institutions you may end up transferring to.

HOUSING

Each player is responsible for finding their own housing and it is suggested that since Lethbridge is a college/university city that this be looked into early in the summer as these accommodations do fill up. Average housing costs are around $500 per month.

EDUCATION

Students will be required to be bonafide full time students at either the Lethbridge College OR the University of Lethbridge. Should any player need help getting registered, they are asked to contact Karis Pauly, International Services Student Advisor for the college. Her phone number is 403-320-3202 (ext. 5532) and her e-mail address is karis.pauly@lethbridgecollege.ca


EDUCATION COSTS

Tuition costs at the Lethbridge College are $100 per credit hour and at the University of Lethbridge, approximately $550-600 per course ($2000 to $3000 per semester). Living expenses in Lethbridge are reasonable, the average cost per school year being a maximum of $6500. Less expensive arrangements can be made, with the cost of shared apartment accommodation being $350- $400 per month. Room and board costs are usually around $450 per month.