The NAS Department was set up as a joint venture by representatives of Southern Alberta’s Native communities and the University of Lethbridge. Its aim is to provide students and the surrounding community with an educated awareness and appreciation of cultural differences.
Locally, the Department of NAS is heavily involved in projects with the Fort Whoop-Up Interpretive Centre, Sir Alexander Galt Museum and Archives, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Bowman Arts Centre, the University of Lethbridge Art Galleries and the Lethbridge Folk Club. The Department also supports annual Pow-Wows at the Enmax Centre and Lethbridge Exhibition Park and Pavilion.
The Department of NAS actively promotes these values at provincial and national levels, through organizations and activities like:
Courses & Exams
The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns represent our campus in interuniversity sport. Go Horns!
State-of-the-art recreation facilities.
Schedules and programs