- Academic Advising
Academic Advisors in each Faculty/School are available to assist students with program planning. Advisors are available at workshops, and for walk-in and appointment times. You can ask an Advisor about academic regulations, course selection and program planning.
- Applied Studies
The Applied Studies Program offers students the opportunity to earn academic credit for learning gained through employment or volunteer experiences. The employability of University students often relates to a blend of professional and personal qualifications, such as previous work experience, maturity, enthusiasm, and an ability to work well with people.
CAETL provides leadership and support for a comprehensive program of teaching development designed to meet the needs of all University teachers and graduate students at all career stages such as;TA workshops, undergrad workshops, student training.
- Career & Employment Services
We strive to assist University of Lethbridge students and Graduates with their career exploration and work search needs. In fulfilling this mandate, we also serve employers and organizations by facilitating their recruitment of University of Lethbridge students.
- Co-op Offices
Co-operative Education combines real-world work experience with academic studies and has garnered international recognition as the preferred way to complete a degree. The program works to create a partnership between students, the University, and the employer, and to offer students an extended learning environment, and the ability to network with employers. The co-op experience allows students to integrate academic semesters with work terms.
- Counselling Center
Counselling is a process where the client and counsellor work together to come up with different ways to experience various situations. U of L Counselling Services offers counselling in three key areas relevant to students; Academic Support Personal Growth and Career Development.
- Accommodated Learning Centre
The university shares in the responsibility for providing instructional and learning related accommodation for students with disabilities. If you have been diagnosed with a disability, there is no need to face the challenge of university without support.
- Grade Appeal
Grade appeals deal with claims that a student’s course grade has been improperly determined. Student appeals will be directed to the Dean of the Faculty/School in which the course is taught. In this Policy, ‘instructor’ shall indicate instructor/ supervisor, and ‘Faculty’ shall indicate Faculty/School.
- Faculty of Education Curriculum Lab
We are a specialized Learning Resource Centre that supports the Faculty of Education’s teacher education program, and the practice of teaching, a cooperative endeavor between the University Library and the Faculty of Education.
- International Centre
The International Centre for Students is a significant resource for current and future students. We are committed to creating an awareness of diversity and global perspectives within the campus community by: Building vital connections with students, staff and other departments for the common good Providing excellent services and superior teaching and guidance within a supportive, respectful, welcoming and collaborative environment including
UofL library promotes personal learning through rich and relevant collections, innovative technologies, exemplary assistance and instruction and quality study facilities. Library’s website provides access to resources and services which are available both on and off campus.
- Native Student Advising
Aboriginal students are encouraged to take advantage of services designed to meet their specific needs. An office dedicated entirely to assisting First Nation, Métis and Inuit students is currently located in the Registrar’s Office and Student Services (ROSS).
- Research Services
Research Services provides assistance and advice on sponsored research, research contracts and other research activities. Research Services also works closely with government agencies and private sector industries to further advance research activities on campus.
- Student Success Centre
The Student Success Centre includes Study Skills Services, Tutoring Services, and a Mental Health Education. Our programming is designed to empower all students to achieve success and personal well-being.
- Tutoring Services
Our Tutoring Program Coordinator matches students with tutors for course-specific support. Group and one-on-one tutoring is available; tutoring is available at no cost to students, and senior students are encouraged to apply for paid tutor positions.
- Study Skills Services
Our Learning Strategist provides study tips and strategies for academic success for students in all programs. Whether you are looking for help with time-management, note-taking, exam preparation, reading comprehension, procrastination, or any other aspect of your studies, our Learning Strategist will take a holistic approach to support you and your learning style
- Web Tools
Access links to manage and maintain personal websites, Webmail Accounts, Course Evaluations, Lab stats and Schedules and Class Websites.
- Writing Centre
Get individual help with assignments like essays, reports or other written assignments.