The Registrar's Office and Student Services (ROSS) has released our new site

The Registrar's Office and Student Services (ROSS) is excited to announce our newly revamped website. We would like to thank all students and staff for their feedback and suggestions. Your comments allowed us to build a website specifically tailored to meet your needs.
 
The ROSS website is your go-to location for information on a wide variety of topics, including: Admissions, Registration, Convocation, Programs at the UofL, Final Exams Schedules, Transcripts, and much more!
 
We hope you will take a few minutes to browse our new website.
 
Some new features to note:

  • Improved overall look and feel for the user experience
  • Improved search functionality within the Registrars’ site, making it easier to find specific topics and documents
  • New Class Schedule/Timetable function. This allows the users to search all classes offered without logging on to the Bridge. www.uleth.ca/ross/class-schedules-timetables Please note you cannot register from this location. This is strictly for viewing and reference purposes.

This new site will evolve and develop as the needs of our students and staff change. We are committed to creating a user-friendly environment, where our information is readily accessible.

Your feedback is important to us, if you have any comments or suggestions please use the form provided on the Contact page.

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