As a dedicated student, you are expected to invest a lot of time, hard work and money into your education. You should expect the same level of dedication from your university.
At the University of Lethbridge and within the Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics, we are invested in your success and as such we continue to enhance our services for students. Check out our comprehensive list of services that can help you with your academic and personal development.
In addition, we've created links to several resources below and to the left:
Do you have questions about program and registration planning? Are you looking forward to graduation, but have many unanswered questions? Do you wonder if you've made the right decision about what to study? Why wonder? Just ask! We have the answers to these questions and more!
Arts & Science Advising can assist with a wide range of issues from program and registration planning to applying to graduate. With over 4000 students in the Faculty of Arts & Science, we have experience with most of the situations you will encounter! If you can't find an answer, contact us right away. If you are confused or unsure about the regulations, it is best to get your questions answered earlier rather than later.
Are you apprehensive about writing for university level studies? Do you want to become an effective reader and writer? Are you ready to dispel misconceptions about writing? Write your story with help from the Academic Writing Centre.
The Centre provides individual consultations with trained academic writing instructors and tutors to all students at the University of Lethbridge from all disciplines. There is no charge for this instruction, and we are happy to assist students at all stages of the writing process and levels of proficiency. Our learning environment is friendly, inclusive, and scholarly. We look forward to helping you.
The Centre is located in the Library. Our room number is L1010.
Are you looking for a university where First Nations culture has been weaved into its fabric? Would you like to meet new people and establish roots in a safe and friendly atmosphere? Is authentic and meaningful discussion important to you? Are you ready to find community, support and success? Knowledge is power, and education is the key that will unlock that door. Anyone who comes to study here can be wise and solid like the rock.
Native Paradigm refers to the way reality is viewed from a Native American perspective and also refers to the language used to express that view. Since colonization, Native Paradigm/worldview has been fractured. In their committed and dedicated effort to reunite students with Indigenous identity and culture within an academic setting, Blackfoot scholars, Dr. Leroy Little Bear and his life partner Amethyst First Rider, have developed Native Paradigm to articulate key components of Indigenous worldview.
Native Paradigm is way of being that encompasses both conscious and unconscious infrastructures and is based upon generations of observations, collected wisdom, and relationships with the natural world. The intention imbedded within the practices of Native Paradigm is to create an enduring harmonious relationship with oneself, community, and the cosmos no matter which indigenous community you come from. In addition, the paradigm plants the seeds of decolonization by inspiring students to share the knowledge of Indigenous Storytellers, Elders, Artists and Scientists acknowledging the inherent right to practice and articulate the wisdom of our ancestors.
The FNMI website is modelled after the teachings of Dr. Leroy Little Bear and his lifelong partner, Amethyst First Rider. Each tab speaks to key component of Native Paradigm. Imbedded in each tab are resources to help Indigenous students navigate the University system and the community.
Are you ready to challenge yourself with an international education? Do you seek diversity and awareness of culture and global perspectives? Would you like to build connections with students, staff and faculty? Enjoy a Canadian experience at the University of Lethbridge—with a little help from your friends at ICS.
Your education isn’t just about what you learn in the classroom. The U of L is committed to helping you explore your individual interests and expand your horizons through opportunities on campus and abroad. The ICS International Student Advisor assists international students in adapting to campus life socially, academically, and culturally. To begin with, you will be in contact with us as a Newly Admitted Student. Once you arrive in Canada and begin your studies, you will be considered a Current Student. We are here to support you in all aspects of your life, both as a U of L student and as a visitor to our country. We are here to guide you through your academic and personal challenges and, whenever necessary, to advocate on your behalf. Contact us at any time.