Services for Students
Since 1996, the University of Lethbridge Edmomton Campus has been offering evening and weekend classes to provide a unique opportunity for students to earn a Bachelor of Management degree. After 20 years in Edmonton, we are now in our final semester as the campus is set to close at the end of Spring 2017.
The University of Lethbridge is committed to supporting our students by providing and connecting them with the supports they need to achieve academic and personal success during their program. Below are a number of resources students can access through the University from a distance and on campus.
On Campus Student Services
University of Lethbridge Edmonton Campus students have access to professional counsellors through the Concordia University of Edmonton Counselling Services in the Student Life & Learning office. This service is free of charge for students enrolled at the University. Students have the opportunity to discuss life concerns and difficulties in a private and confidential setting. Concordia's counsellors have a wide variety of backgrounds and experience and are trained to work with all kinds of counselling issues, and are here to talk about any subject with which a student feels they need help. Through this center, students have access to personal, academic and career counselling
$3 – 19 pages ($0.16 per page)
$5.25 – 33 pages ($0.16 per page)
Students can also purchase print pages (for printing to the printers in the computer labs/library) at the Bookstore or Library Circulation Desk. This is added to your network account, not your ID card. The fee schedule for print pages is as follows:
$1 – 10 pages
$2 – 30 pages
$3 – 45 pages
$5 – 75 pages
Student Services from a Distance
- Hana Curties-Root (last names A-J), 403 571 3360 ext. 4692
- Sydney McNally (last names K-Z), 403 571 3360 ext. 4674
Academic advisors are available to provide advice and assistance throughout your completion plan. Advisors will help you plan your program so you have a balanced workload, graduate on time and meet the requirements of chosen professional designations.
Advisors can also assist with degree audit reports and apeals.
The University of Lethbridge 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 Edmonton 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 Edmonton campus, contact the Student Services coordinator at email@example.com.
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. Edmonton campus students can access a Learning Strategist by phone, email or Skype.
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. Edmonton campus students can request tutoring through the Lethbridge campus and will be matched with a tutor who is also based in Edmonton. 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.
Counselling and Career Services strives to support Edmonton campus students by empowering them in their career decision making through one-on-one advising appointments over the phone or through e-mail, and through a variety of online resources for resume writing, interviews and portfolios, job searches, and career planning. These resources are available on their website, or by contacting the Career and Counselling office directly.
The mission of the University of Lethbridge Health Centre is to enrich student’s living and learning potential through the provision of pro-active health education, on-site health care, and health insurance information. The Health Centre provides uLethbridge Edmonton campus students with access and information regarding first aid, mental health, health information, and alcohol and drug awareness and resources.
Within the Health Centre, students can access the Mental Health Team who can further aid in navigating the challenges and difficulties of mental health/addictions. By reaching out to the Mental Health Team, students can be connected with the right resources and supports within the University as well as in the community. The Mental Health team can assist students with difficulties in ADHD, Addictions, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Disordered Eating, Dietitian Services, Depression, Personality Disorder, Psychosis, Schizophrenia, Sleep Concerns, Stress Management, Self-Harm, and Suicidal Thoughts. If you have questions about services regarding mental health/addiction, please contact the Health Centre.
The University of Lethbridge is the first Canadian institution to join 7 Cups of Tea. This program provides on-demand emotional health and well-being service. Through technology, this service anonymously & securely connects real people to real listeners in one-on-one chat. With the uLethbridge platform, students can access listeners who know the University and relate to the specific challenges other students may be facing. People connect with listeners on 7 Cups of Tea for all kinds of reasons, from big existential thoughts to small, day-to-day things that we all experience. Unlike talking to family or friends, a 7 Cups of Tea listener doesn’t judge or try to solve problems and say what to do. Our listeners just listen. They understand. They give you the space you need to help you clear your head. Students can also participate in the platform as listeners by contacting the Mental Health Educator in the Student Success Centre.
Scholarships and Student Finance, University of Lethbridge
The Scholarships and Student Finance office offers a variety of services to help guide students and parents through university life. Postsecondary education is an important investment and the Scholarships and Student Finance office provides students with resources and assistance to help students achieve their goals. They provide a variety of services through information about scholarships and awards, student loans, student funding, and information about budgeting and other money matters. Information can be found on their website or by calling the office directly.
Library Services, University of Lethbridge
Students who wish to use the U of L library services must activate their borrowing privileges at: uleth.ca/lib/forms/libapp.asp. This process must be completed every semester. Updating your library privileges allows you to check out books from the U of L library in Lethbridge. Once you order your book, the U of L library will send your book to the Edmonton campus office, where we’ll call or email you when it’s ready for pick up. When you’re done with the book, come back to the Edmonton campus office, and we’ll send it back to the U of L library, free of charge.
The Alberta Library card provides borrowing privileges at all TAL participating public, post secondary and special Libraries throughout Alberta.
In order to be issued a TAL/COPPUL Card, students must go to www.uleth.ca/lib/forms/libapp.asp in order to activate their borrowing privileges. Students must also submit an application at the Edmonton office for Library approval. The card then can be picked up from the Edmonton office after it has been approved.