About the Project

In 2012, the University of Lethbridge introduced the University Campus Master Plan, the most extensive development plan the University of Lethbridge has undertaken since the original west campus was developed. A cornerstone of the plan is the Destination Project, which consists of the construction of a new academic building, the revitalization of University Hall and the construction of a new central plant for the University.

University Hall

"The Destination Project will contribute to Alberta's need to recruit the best and brightest scientific talent to our province, enhance our research capacity and enable the aspirations of the next generation of researchers and entrepreneurs."

"The Destination Project will contribute to Alberta's need to recruit the best and brightest scientific talent to our province, enhance our research capacity and enable the aspirations of the next generation of researchers and entrepreneurs," explains U of L President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Mike Mahon. "We can lead the academic world in redefining liberal education to support the ever-changing nature of teaching and scholarship, and enable our students to be best prepared for our world's evolving landscape."

In planning for the Destination Project, the University has been imaginative and innovative in its thinking, and envisions the concept of the new science facility as more than a teaching and research space, but a place for community engagement and outreach.