We are proud to be part of a student focused campus, united by one common purpose – you, our students. The information and links below highlight many of the supports on campus to help you to be successful and get the support you need.
Academic Advisors in each Faculty/School are available to assist students with program planning. Advisors are available at workshops, and for walk-in and scheduled appointments. Students can ask an Advisor about academic regulations, course selection and program planning. Students must consult with an Advisor to register in courses excluded from web registration or to change their program of study or their Calendar year. Please click the below Academic Advising button for more information on the different Faculty/Schools.
Located in downtown Calgary, the University of Lethbridge Calgary Campus is located just steps away from the City Hall C-Train station. The Calgary campus offers evening and weekend classes in several programs for students needing flexibility to pursue their studies while working full time.
Location: Suite S6032, 346 - 6th Ave SE Calgary
Phone: (403) 571-3360 (Not currently available)
Career Services: (Please check Career Services website for updated contact information)
Career Services at the University of Lethbridge offer free career services to all students and alumni including resume and cover letter review, grad school applications, networking, job search, interview prep, career and major exploration, workshops, and annual career fair.
Location: Anderson Hall, AH 153
Phone: (403) 317-5040
Cash Office: (Please check the Cash Office website for updated contact information)
The Cash Office is available to assist students in person, on the phone, or through email with regards to tuition and fees. Student account details can be viewed on the Bridge, any questions or concerns please contact the Cash Office.
Location: Anderson Hall, AH 144
Phone: (403) 329-2469
Champlaincy: (Please check the Champlaincy website for updated contact information)
The Ecumenical Campus Ministry is a ministry of the Anglican, Evangelical Lutheran, Presbyterian and United Churches to the students, staff and faculty of the University of Lethbridge.
Location: Markin Hall (M4054)
Email: Chaplain Erin Phillips at email@example.com
Co-operative Education & Applied Studies: (Please check the Co-operative Education & Applied Studies website for updated contact information)
The Applied Studies program allows students to earn course credit for learning gained through paid or volunteer employment related to their field of study. Co-operative Education combines real-world work experience with academic studies. 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.
Location: Anderson Hall, AH 151
Phone: (403) 329-2000
Applied Studies Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applied Studies Website: http://www.uleth.ca/artsci/applied-studies
Co-operative Education Email: email@example.com
Co-operative Education Website: http://www.uleth.ca/artsci/coop
Counselling Services: (Please check Counselling Services website for updated contact information)
University of Lethbridge Counselling Services offers free counselling to current students in the areas of personal growth and career development. Counselling can be delivered through individual sessions as well as Student Wellness Groups, please contact Counselling for current session offerings.
Location: Anderson Hall, AH 153
Phone: (403) 317-2845
Health Centre: (Please check the Health Centre website for updated contact information)
The University Health Centre provides medical clinic services with on campus Physicians to help with any health concerns. Mental Health assistance is also available at the Health Centre with a team that includes a nurse, dietitian, behaviourist, physician, and Psychiatrist.
Location: Students’ Union Building, SU 020
Phone: (403) 329-2484
Housing Services: (Please check Housing Services website for updated contact information)
The mission of Housing Services is to "provide convenient, clean and affordable accommodation to students of the University of Lethbridge, together with an operating structure, policies, procedures, and programs that provide a safe and positive atmosphere for the personal, academic and social growth of our residents.” At the University of Lethbridge residence life aims to provide a high standard of safety while also supporting the growth and autonomy of individuals.
Location: University Hall - C420
Phone: (403) 329-2584
Indigenous Student Affairs: (Please check Indigenous Student Affairs website for updated contact information)
This is a free confidential service for those students who self-identify as First Nations, Métis, or Inuit. The primary role of the advising office is to guide, encourage and empower students in the university environment. The advisor can help you make the transition to the University of Lethbridge by helping you access services.
Location: Iikaisskini Gathering Place - Patterson Centre - PC100
Hours of Operation - Monday to Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Phone: (403) 394-3902
International Centre for Students: (Please check International Centre for Students website for updated contact information)
The International Centre offers a variety of services for both International and Canadian Students. International student services includes English language programs and support, advocacy, advice, referral services, immigration assistance, volunteer opportunities and events. Domestic student services includes assistance to study abroad, and a variety of volunteer opportunities to partner with international students.
Location: Students’ Union, SU 040
Phone: (403) 329-2053
IT – Information Technology for Students: (Please check IT- Information Technology for Students website for updated contact information)
IT Services aims to deliver customer-focused, innovative, holistic IT solutions to enhance learning and research at the University of Lethbridge. IT can help students with many inquires including: ID cards, Bridge Bucks, Uleth email, password assistance, Moodle, and wireless network access.
Location: Turcotte Hall, TH 218
Phone: (403) 329-2490
Pride Centre: (Please check the Pride Centre's website for updated contact information)
The Pride Centre provides the University of Lethbridge campus (regardless of gender or orientation) , a positive environment to promote safety, personal growth, and respect for the LGBTAQ community.
Location: Student Union Building, SU170
Contact Information: http://www.ulsupride.ca/contacts.html
Registrar’s Office: (Please check the Registrar's Office website for updated contact information)
The Registrar’s office at the University of Lethbridge is the central hub of operations for prospective and current students. All inquiries regarding the application process, admissions, course registration, transcripts, timetables, important dates and deadlines, Academic Calendar, or general inquiries, the Registrar’s Office will be able to help.
Location: Students’ Union, SU 140
Phone: (403) 320-5700
Scholarships and Student Finance: (Please check the Scholarships and Student Finance website for updated contact information)
The Scholarships and Student Finance office offers a variety of services including advice and information regarding applying for student loans, awards, and scholarships. Students can receive assistance with student loan applications, advocacy for difficult loan issues, and money management advice.
Location: Anderson Hall, AH 151
Phone: (403) 329-2585
Services provided by Security include personal security programs such as; safe walk, lost and found, help phone, and first aid. For more information regarding security policy please contact Security or visit their website. Security is available 24/7, emergencies that require immediate attention contact 911, then contact Security at (403) 329-2345.
Location: Library Building: L911
Security Emergency: (403) 329-2345
Complaints/Information: (403) 329-2549
Administration Phone: (403) 329-2603
Sexual Violence Support and Education:
The University of Lethbridge has support resources in place to help students who have experienced a recent sexual assault or sexual violence.
Sport & Recreation: (Please check the Sport & Recreation website for updated contact information)
University of Lethbridge Sport and Recreational services is committed to promoting health and wellness as a lifestyle choice for all members of our community. Facilities include 1st Choice Savings Centre for Sport & Wellness, Fitness Centre, Ascent Climbing Centre, Max Bell Regional Aquatic Centre, Community Sports Stadium, and Northside Recreation Facility. A variety of programs and intramurals are offered through Sport and Recreation.
Location: 1st Choice Savings Centre: PE 160
Phone: (403) 329-2706
Student Success Centre:
Offers professional support at no cost to undergraduate and graduate students, including workshops, events, tutoring, and access to resources that are designed to help students meet their learning and personal goals. Programs include study skills, learning strategies, tutoring, wellness education, and mental health first aid.
Location: Student Success Centre, Anderson Hall, AH 148
Student Success Centre Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Learning Strategist Email: email@example.com
Tutoring services Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For students writing Moodle exams the exams are written in the Testing Centre. Students should be sure to understand the procedures and operating hours when taking exams with the Testing Centre.
Location: University Hall, UH B770
Women’s Centre: (Please contact the Women's Centre via email)
The University of Lethbridge Women’s Centre provides peer support, advocacy and safe space for survivors of sexual violence and their allies.
Location: Students Union, SU
Phone: (403) 329-2094