The University’s official document listing academic programs, policies and procedures.
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.
Harassment and Discrimination Policy
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. The Harassment and Discrimination Policy, developed by the University in consultation with employee and student groups, gives practical application to that commitment.
This web site contains a collection of policies passed by governing bodies at the University of Lethbridge which are currently in effect. This policy website is intended to function as a convenient reference for all students of the University community.
GSA Collective Agreement
Agreement governs the employment of graduate students as graduate assistants at the University of Lethbridge. As required by the Post Secondary Learning Act of the Province of Alberta, section 96, this Agreement was reached between the Governors of the University of Lethbridge (“the Board”) and the University of Lethbridge Graduate Students’ Association (“GSA”) on behalf of all graduate students.