Lethbridge College has announced that it has joined ARUCC’s MyCreds™ platform and will be offering digital official transcripts. Lethbridge will no longer offer paper transcripts, as MyCreds offers securely issued transcripts that can be shared electronically with employers or other institutions. “Digital credentials provide an improved experience for students and grads who need to access and share their transcripts,” said Jean Schnarr, business systems analyst at Lethbridge. “It will speed up the process of providing transcripts and credentials to employers or other post-secondary institutions while being tamper-proof and secure. This means it will speed up decision-making processes by employers and educational providers, too.” Lethbridge Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.