Accommodated Learning Centre (B760)
Functioning within Student Services, the Accommodated Learning Centre facilitates equitable learning supports in the university environment for students with a wide range of disabilities. 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.
For more information and assistance, please contact: 403-329-2766 or visit their website
Career and Counselling Services (AH153)
UofL Counselling Services offers counselling in two key areas relevant to students: Personal Growth and Career Development. This is a free service for students! CCS also runs a number of workshops and group sessions on a variety of topics.
For more information and assistance, please contact: 403-317-2845 or visit their website
Campus Security (L911)
The University of Lethbridge is committed to providing a living, learning and working environment that is free of threats to personal security and is supportive of productivity, academic achievement, and the dignity, self-esteem and fair treatment of all members of its community.
For more information and assistance, please contact: 403-329-2345 or visit their website
Safe Walk (24hr)
Two members (one male and female) from the safety team provides an escorted walk "to" and "from" anywhere on campus and is available to all students, faculty, staff and visitors, 24 hours /day, 7 days/week. Phone 403-380-1888 (dial 1888 on any U of L house phone) or by coming to L911, Library Building, Security Office.
Health Centre (SU020)
Offering a diverse team of physicians, psychiatrists, nurses, dietician, and administrative staff to provide a wide range of services. Appointments available including but not limited to;
- General health questions/concerns
- Annual Health Exams (physicals)
- Sexual Health (STI testing, birth control including IUD insertions, pregnancy testing)
- Injections (B12, allergy, Depo Provera)
- Sleep Concerns
- Dermatology Concerns (rashes, warts, acne)
- Mental Health (anxiety, depression, ADHD)
- Chronic Illness/condition
- Smoking Cessation
For more information and assistance, please contact: 403-329-2484 or visit their website
Sexual Violence Support & Education
The Coordinator will provide confidential, compassionate and empathetic support to students as they explore their options after experiencing an incident of sexual violence. The Coordinator can provide referrals for on and off campus support services; self-care resources; advocacy, information and assistance in making an informed decision about next steps.
Women’s Centre (SP150)
The Campus Women's Centre is a resource and referral centre for women identifying & gender non-conforming people. We are here to advocate for you, create change, and support you. We believe that women must be offered environments in which their experiences can be recognized and validated. We acknowledge that racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, ableism, ageism, and religious discrimination are deeply embedded in society and we strive to provide an atmosphere free from these prejudices. We are dedicated to advocating for positive change by empowering and celebrating women.
For more information and assistance, please contact: 403-329-2094 or visit their website
Pride Centre (SU170)
The PRIDE Centre provides the University of Lethbridge campus (regardless of gender or orientation) a positive environment promoting safety, personal growth, and respect for the LGBTAQ community. Come by for some casual peer counseling, to check out our library, to take a look through the resources we offer, or to just say hi to our wonderful volunteers!
For more information and assistance, please contact: 403-329-5149 or visit their website
Scholarships and Student Finance (AH115)
The Scholarships and Student Finance office offers a variety of services to help guide students and parents through university life. Your post-secondary education is an important investment and we want to help you reach your goals.
- Drop-in services during regular office hours 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Assistance with the student loan application process both on-line and paper applications
- Advocacy for difficult loan related issues
- Personal counselling sessions for students in complex situation
- Free courier service to Student Aid Alberta (leaves on Tuesday's at 10:30 a.m.
- Information about how to apply for University of Lethbridge Scholarship Awards
- Money Management Advice
- Presentation to student groups, associations, faculty and staff on student funding options, student funding processes, budgeting and other topics.
For more information and assistance, please contact: 403-329-2585 or visit their website