Studying, Exam and Academic Support
Exam Accommodations, University of Lethbridge Calgary Campus
The University of Lethbridge Calgary campus facilitates equitable learning supports in the university environment for students with a wide range of disabilities. In conjunction with the Accommodated Learning Centre (ALC) the Calgary campus’s core services include: learning plan development, exam accommodations, assistive technologies, alternate format resources, funding assistance, general advising as well as personalized support staff including, Educational Assistants, Academic Strategists, Tutors and Note takers. uLethbridge strives to accommodate those students with have documented disabilities in the hopes of enhancing their chance of success at our institution. For more information about setting up Exam Accommodations on the uLethbridge Calgary campus, contact the Student Services coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
uLethbridge Calgary campus students have access to Library Services through the Bow Valley College Library and Learning Commons. This includes: access to computers and the internet; ability to borrow books, journals, DVDs, and access online resources; use group study and media workrooms; access computer workshops, computer tutorials and other services. Students need to bring their valid Student ID to use the library.
Study Skills Services, University of Lethbridge
Through the Student Success Centre, students can work with the uLethbridge Learning Strategist, and access resources to assist with studying and exam preparation. This includes suggestions and best practices for improving your grades through better note taking, exam taking and preparation, time management and other academic strategies and assistance that can be applied to all courses in all disciplines. Calgary campus students can access a Learning Strategist by phone, email or Skype.
Tutoring Services, University of Lethbridge
Feeling overwhelmed with your coursework? Tutoring Services provides uLethbridge students with the opportunity to access group and personal tutoring for many 1000 and 2000 level courses. Calgary campus students can request tutoring through the Lethbridge campus and will be matched with a tutor who is also based in Calgary. Students are encouraged to contact Tutoring Services to request assistance with a specific course either prior to the start of the semester or during the first few weeks of the term.