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Beginning Your Graduate Journey

Beginning Your Journey

As a newly admitted graduate student, it is important to prepare yourself for the journey ahead. Take some time to review the important documents below!

We offer online information sessions for incoming students where we answer whatever questions you may have!

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International Students! Learn about the Canadian Study Permit with our Pre-Departure Guide

Program Forms and Documents

You can find the forms and documentation for your graduate program in our comprehensive graduate form database. Use the search and department/program filter options to quickly find the forms you need. Master of Education and Master of Counselling can find more program specific documents on the Faculty of Education website.

How to Register

The most important thing to do before the start of each term is register! As a graduate student, you need to maintain continuous registration for the 12 months of each academic year, which is comprised of three terms (Summer, Spring, Fall), throughout your program. Review the Current Class List and see relevant program website for details on course offerings.

Funding & Tuition

Have a look through our Award Opportunities database for possible awards & scholarships. Do you have specific questions about funding and fees? Fill out our inquiry form and we will contact you shortly with more information. See the Financial Services website for information about tuition and payment method options.

Looking for housing? 
On-Campus Housing and Off-Campus Listings

Enhance your graduate program with the Co-op Education work experience program. Career Bridge Co-op

Graduate Students' Association

The University of Lethbridge Graduate Students’ Association's  (ULGSA) mandate is to identify graduate student needs in order to ensure policies align appropriately. Learn more about what the GSA has to offer in the Welcome from the GSA Letter.

Teaching Centre

Graduate Teaching Assistants should take part in the Graduate Teaching Assistant Professional Development (GTAPD) Program. Equip yourself to carry out duties as teaching assistants and to acquire significant skills for your future careers. Learn more in the Welcome Letter from the Teaching Centre.


The THRIVE Professional Skills Program for Graduate Students provides free, optional opportunities for uLethbridge graduate students to develop teaching, research, career, personal, and professional skills throughout your graduate student journey.

We've got you covered! Learn more about our Graduate Student Support Services. Click Here!