In addition to regular course materials, many Departments and Program Coordinators have developed supplementary information sources, tutorials, clubs and more for students, other faculty members and the community at large.
Please see the list to the left of this text for more Department specific information and initiatives.
The location of the U of L offers an excellent centre for field-based research and teaching as it is situated in the coulees of the Oldman River, in close proximity to the Rocky Mountains, surrounded by rangelands and areas of intense agricultural activity within a few hours of large urban centers.
The department also hosts an artifact, rock and fossil collection, an aerial photograph collection, soil laboratory equipment and a teaching map collection.
Courses & Exams
The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns represent our campus in interuniversity sport. Go Horns!
State-of-the-art recreation facilities.
Schedules and programs