Last updated: November 19, 2020 at 10:35am


We are excited to welcome you to the Fall 2020 term at uLethbridge. Most classes will be offered online, with some in-person learning activities. Here’s more information on what you can expect this fall and answers to some frequently asked questions.

Accessing Lethbridge Campus

Before You Arrive on Campus | Lethbridge Campus Only

1.      Complete the one-time Campus Access Safety Training and Attestation.

It outlines safety measures to support your on-campus experience.

Sign in to Moodle here. It should take you straight to the course. Print a copy of your certificate. Keep it handy in case you are asked for the certificate.

Select students may also need complete a WHMIS training module. If so, it should be available to you when you sign into Moodle.  

 

2.      uLethbridge Safe App / Daily COVID-19 Health Check

All students, staff and faculty must complete a COVID-19 Daily Health Check each day before coming to campus. This can be completed by using the uLethbridge Safe app or the Being on Campus Registry.

Go to your AppStore for iPhone or Android, and search University of Lethbridge. Download ULETHBRIDGE SAFE. Once downloaded, you will use this every day that you come to campus.  

If you don’t have a smart phone, complete the COVID-19 Daily Health Check using an online form in the "Being on Campus Registry”.

Additional information is available on the U of L - Accessing Campus webpage.

 

3.      Pick up your Campus Access Card and your uLethbridge mask

If you haven’t already done so, you can pick up your access card at the Facilities office in Turcotte Hall (lower level—please enter the NORTH doors of the building which has steps down to the Facilities office)

Office: TH101 (Turcotte Hall)

Phone: (403) 329-2602

Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

4.      Parking information

If you purchased a parking permit for the fall term, you can pick it up at the Facilities office in Turcotte Hall, TH101.

 
Every Day Before You Arrive on Campus

Complete the DAILY HEALTH CHECK through the uLethbridge Safe app or the Being on Campus Registry.

If you use the app, you will get a “green badge” that indicates you are permitted to come to campus.

If you get a “red badge”, stay home and follow the instructions on the app regarding your situation. Call Health Link 811 and talk with Alberta Health Services about your symptoms

It is important you understand that if you have any symptoms related to COVID-19, or are not feeling well, do not come to campus. Let your instructor know by email you are ill.  A medical note is not required.

All persons submitting a YES response to the Daily Health Check questions will receive a follow-up call from the Campus Safety office.

Questions? Call Campus Safety at 403-329-2603

1st Choice Savings Center for Sport and Wellness: Fitness Centre, Max Bell Pool (By appointment, register at ulethbridge.ca/sportrec

Anderson Hall: Student Success Centre, computer lab, study space, free WIFI access, Library services, Cash Office, uPass card information (call ahead to confirm eligibility at 403-329-2490), curbside textbook order pick up if you ordered your books online and counter service is available from Tuesday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Students’ Union Building: Food Court, ULSU Office (Wednesdays), Registrar’s Office (In-person service temporarily suspended, please email regoffice@uleth.ca), Health Centre, study space (Ballrooms), Zoo 

Outdoor Space: Accessible to all students, whether taking in-person classes or not. Social distancing requirements are in place and masks are recommended outdoors when social distancing isn’t possible.

Anderson Hall is open September 1 to December 19, 2020, to provide access for students who need Wi-Fi, IT equipment and resources, software and the Library. Spring term hours will be posted closer to the end of the fall term.

Hours:

Monday to Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturdays:  10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Closed Sundays and holidays

Library returns & loans                                          AH175
Library reservation pick-up                                   AH176
IT loans and drop-offs                                            AH175
IT computer lab                                                       AH147
Bookstore pick-up                                                   AH100

Study hall                                                                 AH116
(additional study space in SU Ballrooms)

New media/music lab                                             AH177
Indigenous Student Success Cohort                    AH118

Residence student mail (ID required)                  AH175

Cash Office                                                               AH144

(M-Th: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., F: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.) 

Student Success Centre                                         AH148

(M-Th: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., 1 to 4 p.m.)

Students' Union Office Hours
Online
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
In-person
Wednesday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. SU180

Food Court, Monday to Friday
Coffee Company 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 
Other Food Court Vendors 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. 

Ballroom Study Spaces 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. (M-F)

The Zoo 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. (M-F)

 

 

We have study spaces available to all uLethbridge students on the Lethbridge Campus in Anderson Hall and the Student Union Building.

All spaces feature good, free WIFI, quiet study areas, group study/project space, and a computer lab. No access cards are needed to enter the buildings and no pre-booking is needed for most of the spaces (except the group study/project space). Masks are required while in the buildings. Please complete the health check when coming to campus by downloading the uLethbridge Safe app or going online to the ‘being on campus registry’: ulethbridge.ca/covid-19/accessing-campus.​

Anderson Hall spaces (drop-in computer lab and quiet study spaces;  bookable group study/project space (AH117); Indigenous students are welcome to use any of the spaces, but AH118 is dedicated to the ISSC program and all other Indigenous students who may wish to use it.

Note: Online pre-booking is only required for the group study/project space (AH117) 

Hours for all Anderson study spaces:

Monday to Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Fridays: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Saturdays: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Extended hours on Saturdays!)

Anderson Hall will be open during Reading Week and until Dec 19, except holidays.

Student Union Building 
Study Hall for quiet study space on the 3rd floor, in the ballrooms

Hours for the SU study hall: Open Monday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

 

Admissions

For Spring 2021, Summer 2021, Fall 2021 and Spring 2022, Admissions will accept Duolingo, IELTS Indicator, and TOEFL Special Home Edition as means of meeting ELP. For further information, visit Admissions.

Most Offers of Admission that have expired are eligible to be reactivated. Most applicants will have until the start of the term to accept the offer but are encouraged to accept as soon as possible in order to register in classes. Please email admissions@uleth.ca if your Offer of Admission has expired and you would like it reactivated.

Completed courses (including grades of CR, Pass, or Completed), will be used to meet additional admission requirements and pre-requisites for courses.

For Admission GPA purposes, January – April 2020 grades will only be used should they provide a favorable outcome for applicants.

For admission purposes, Alberta Education diploma exams are not required for the first quarter of the 2020-21 school year. The University of Lethbridge will accept the final grades as presented on the Alberta Education transcript regardless of whether students have written the diploma exams.

Bookstore

The online store is always open!

Visit the Bookstore FAQ for more information. ulethbridge.ca/bookstore

We offer pick-up or counter service Tuesday – Thursday, 10 a.m. to  2 p.m. at the Bookstore (SU210).

If you have questions, email bookstore@uleth.ca

Checklists | Online Delivery

Visiting Campus

Although your courses will be offered through online delivery this term, there may be times when you need to visit campus; to connect with staff, use in-person student supports, visit the Health Centre, study, or connect with friends — while following physical distancing requirements, of course!

You are welcome to visit the Lethbridge campus this fall and spring; however, to ensure the health and safety of your fellow students, faculty and staff on campus this fall, there are a couple of tasks you need to complete before coming to campus. Note that the Calgary campus will remain closed.

 

1.      Complete the one-time Campus Access Safety Training and Attestation.

It outlines safety measures to support your on-campus experience.

Sign in to Moodle here. It should take you straight to the course. Print a copy of your certificate. Keep it handy in case you are asked for the certificate.

Select students may also need to complete a WHMIS training module. If so, it should be available to you when you sign into Moodle.  

 

2.      uLethbridge Safe App / Daily COVID-19 Health Check

All students, staff and faculty must complete a COVID-19 Daily Health Check each day before coming to campus. This can be completed by using the uLethbridge Safe app or the Being on Campus Registry.

Go to your AppStore for iPhone or Android, and search University of Lethbridge. Download ULETHBRIDGE SAFE. Once downloaded, you will use this every day that you come to campus.  

If you don’t have a smart phone, complete the COVID-19 Daily Health Check using an online form in the "Being on Campus Registry”.

Additional information is available on the U of L - Accessing Campus webpage.

 

Student-Accessible Areas of Campus

Students with courses that are delivered in-person need an access card to enter the buildings where their classes are held, but there are a number of spaces that ALL students can access without a card. We are all required to wear masks when on campus in all people-accessible places. Information about where to get a mask will be added to the Student FAQ.

You can find more information about what will be open this fall under ‘What’s Open? – Lethbridge Campus’ in the Student FAQ.

 

Student Services - Hours of Operation 

During the fall and spring terms, select student services will be provided in-person while others will be offered online or perhaps both. We have a handy list for you to access on the Hours of Operation button at the top of the Student FAQ. We will continue to update the document throughout the term. 

Reminder: Primarily Online Course Delivery

I want to remind you that for the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 term, classes will be online.  The Calgary campus buildings will not be open.

To avoid last-minute scrambling and stress, check out our online learning and technology resources so you are prepared for your first class! uleth.sharepoint.com/sites/student-technology.

Sign into Moodle to review your course information or stay in touch with your instructors to access the links to your online classes and course materials.

You can find resources that [ulethbridge.ca/student-success-centre/online-learning-success]support your online academic success here: ulethbridge.ca/student-success-centre/online-learning-success.

 

 Student Services - Hours of Operation 

We have a handy list for you to access on the Hours of Operation button at the top of the Student FAQ. We will continue to update the document throughout the term.

 

uLethbridge Safety App

We are happy to announce uLethbridge Safe, a mobile safety app that provides quick access to numerous services and information for the uLethbridge community.

The app has a Safe Walk feature that can be used regardless of your location — on campus or off —  and has a number of other helpful student resources at your fingertips.

Get the app:

Go to your AppStore for iPhone or Android, and search University of Lethbridge. Download ULETHBRIDGE SAFE

 

Experiential Learning

The safety of students, faculty and staff has been and will continue to be the University’s top priority. We must ensure that we maintain a safe environment consistent with Alberta’s public safety guidelines and are in line with public health directives. The welfare of our students, faculty and staff as they learn, teach and work is of the utmost importance. To that end, we must limit the number of people on campus. We will also have many students who cannot return to campus this spring  (for example, international students who are not able to travel to Canada at this time.  However, the University is planning some in-person course experiences this fall and spring. These will be experiential activities (e.g. certain labs, studios, clinical placements, education practicums).

Information about which experiential courses are being held in-person is available here

Housing Fall 2020

Housing Services will provide you with a housing deposit refund for the fall and will place you on the waitlist as a top priority for a possible offer of accommodation for January 2021, subject to directives from Public Health officials.

Please contact Housing Services at housing@uleth.ca to indicate that you would like to remain on the waitlist for a potential offer of accommodation, subject to directives from Government Public Health Officials. 

Residence programming will focus primarily on online and limited outdoor gatherings with activities such as Netflix parties and video chats; Student staff will focus on building community through virtual means. While we strive to create a valuable community experience, please be aware that guests will not be permitted in residence, common spaces including licensed spaces will be closed (as directed by public health officials), residence students will not have access to other residence facilities, and residence will be operating at a reduced capacity.

All residence students and other community members will be required to wear masks in common hallways. Enhanced cleaning measures will ensure high touch points are frequently disinfected. Guests will not be permitted in residence, common spaces including licensed spaces will be closed (as directed by public health officials), residence students will not have access to other residence facilities, and residence will be operating at a reduced capacity.

The Housing Services office will be open to serve students on weekdays. Outside of business hours, student staff are well trained to support students and well-versed in campus resources. They can be reached via telephone when the Housing Services’ office is closed.

International Students

The International Centre has created a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions to address the most important issues affecting continuing international students, where you’ll also learn about the many ways you can get in touch with your International Student Advisors.  Find the information here!

Mask Protocol

Yes. For the safety and protection of the campus and the local community, uLethbridge will require the wearing of face coverings or non-medical masks in indoor public spaces on campus.

Students, staff, faculty and visitors to campus will need to wear a mask in campus areas such as hallways, washrooms and elevators and outdoors when physical distancing cannot be maintained.

Online Learning

The University consulted public health officials and the public health guidelines before making this decision and will continue to consult them throughout the pandemic.

There are still very significant restrictions imposed upon post-secondary institutions for risk mitigation, as well as the encouragement to continue to hold classes remotely and limit in-person attendance on campus as much as possible. The restrictions include the requirement for physical distancing of 2 meters, and a maximum number of people in rooms, hallways, corridors and common areas. We have reviewed all of the recommendations and made decisions based on these. 

Unfortunately, the physical distancing requirement is one of the most significant impediments to in-person instruction since most of our facilities cannot accommodate attendance and the physical distancing requirement due to the size of most of our classrooms. We recognize that in-person instruction is the preferred delivery of many of our courses, but we must make decisions with the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff considered first and foremost.

The decision is final. This will allow students to make plans for the upcoming term and give instructors time to build an engaging and robust online experience for students.

Credit/Non-Credit will operate this Fall 2020 and Spring  2021 as is described in the policy, outlined in the Academic Calendar and Course Catalogue, and not as it did - exceptionally - in Spring 2020:

A student may elect to designate some courses as Credit/Non-Credit. This alternative is designed to encourage students to expand their academic interests by taking courses outside their field of major interest. Credit/Non-Credit is not available to Open Studies students. For completion of course requirements with a grade of ‘C’ or higher, the grade earned appears on the academic transcript automatically. If a grade between ‘C’ and ‘D’ (inclusive) is earned, a “Cr” appears on the academic transcript. If a grade of ‘F’ is earned, an ‘NC’ appears on the academic transcript.

For more information about which courses may or not be used for Cr/NC, etc., review the Academic Calendar, page 48. (PDF)

The deadlines to choose credit/non-credit for applicable courses are found here: https://www.uleth.ca/ross/academic-schedule

You can record audio or video of lectures providing prior approval has been given by your instructor or the performer. Even with permission, the recording can only be used for personal study and may not be duplicated. Please consult the Academic Calendar for more information.

A full list of Fall 2020 courses that are being held in-person and blended (partially in-person, partially online) is found here: ulethbridge.ca/ross/fall-2020-timetable-update (Spring 2021 courses will be published October 30, 2020).

You can also view the Spring 2021 timetable here: (will be published October 30, 2020). You can determine if a course is online by checking out the Instructional Method. The Instructional Method for an online course is "Online".

 

Yes! You can find resources at ulethbridge.ca/student-success-centre/online-learning-success. We will also be offerings a series of online workshops to prepare you for studies this fall and spring. Learn more: ulethbridge.ca/student-success-centre/study-skills.

As a student, you have a responsibility to conduct yourself with academic integrity. This means being honest in your work and responsibility in acknowledging the work of others. uLethbridge values the academic integrity of our staff and students and take academic offences seriously.

Academic offences include cheating, duplication, plagiarism, distributing or receiving confidential academic materials, and misrepresentation. You can learn more about academic integrity as well as helpful resources at ulethbridge.ca/student-success-centre/online-learning-success. Click on Academic Integrity in the drop-down.

Synchronous course: A course that meets on specific, scheduled days and times for live instruction, discussion, and course work. This means your instructor will meet with the class online during those times, and that regular class activity is held during this time period. You are expected to attend class, and are advised not to schedule other courses or commitments during the scheduled class time. Check the timetable note for confirmation that the course meets on the days and times scheduled.

Asynchronous course: A course that is delivered online, with no specific days or times scheduled. This means you will complete all course components on your own time and schedule, and there will be no scheduled meet times for the duration of the term. There will still be deadlines for readings, assignments, essays, test, etc. It is up to you to follow the instructor’s lead and manage your time to complete all required work by the deadlines set by your instructor. Check the timetable note for confirmation that there are no meet days or times scheduled.

 

The timetable is created to give you the basic information of each section of every course that we offer in a given term. Check out this handy tool that can help you understand what you see when you look at a course in the timetable.

A blended course is a course that is offered partially online and partially in-person. In the timetable, the Course Note and the Instructional Method with both indicate that the course is blended.

Parking

Yes, a parking permit or Pay and Park is required for anyone attending the Lethbridge Campus.

Students have the option to purchase a four-month (September – December 2020) parking permit or use Pay and Park.

Students can purchase a Lot E, F or N parking permit for the Fall 2020 term (September – December) by emailing parking@uleth.ca. Emails will be accepted in the order they are received.

Spring 2021 permits will not be for sale until November 2020. We will contact students about the process this fall.

Four-month permit fees have been reduced for the Fall 2020 semester by the proportionate share of an 8-month permit’s discount. 

For the list of parking rates, visit: ulethbridge.ca/facilities/parking/parking-rates

 Permit holders are required to pick up their parking permit at TH101 starting August 17. University identification is required.

Starting November 23, 2020, students in need of purchasing a parking permit for Spring 2021 semester (January – April) are to email parking@uleth.ca for a permit in lot E, F, or N, or utilize Pay and Park areas when attending campus.

Emails will be accepted in the order they are received.

Permit fees have been adjusted to ensure students are not over-charged. Please familiarize yourself with our lot prices: ulethbridge.ca/facilities/parking/parking-rates

Permit holders will be required to pick up their parking permit at TH101 starting December 1, 2020. University identification is required.

Please book an appointment at go.uleth.ca/facilities-pickup to pick up your parking permit.

Registering for Courses

Yes, students can do that. Offering courses online is one way the University of Lethbridge is making sure that you can continue your education, without interruption due to the pandemic.

Yes. Undergraduate students can defer their offers of admission. Once you have accepted your admission for the Fall 2020 term (and paid your deposit), email admissions@uleth.ca and indicate you would like to defer your admission. Admissions will then move your start to Spring 2021, as well as your non-refundable tuition deposit.

Please note that certain programs are not eligible for a deferral, such as our competitive programs. Also, some programs are only available in the fall term so your deferral would be processed for the Fall 2021 term. Please send your questions and request to admissions@uleth.ca.

Technology (Email, calendaring, etc.) 

Yes. All students have been moved from the Google Suite for email and calendaring to the Microsoft Office Suite. This will enable better collaboration between students and faculty, who are already on the Office suite. To learn more, visit the Student Office 365 Migration website. To access Office 365 visit go.uleth.ca/365.

No. We will migrate your email and calendar over to Outlook in Office 365. You will still have access to your Google Drive and can continue to use it. You can access your Google Drive files at go.uleth.ca/googledrive. You will now also have access to OneDrive as part of the Office Suite, but it is up to you where you store your files. You can access OneDrive from go.uleth.ca/365.

If you are a new student in the fall, no. When your account is created it will be using Outlook and the Office Suite. If you are a returning student, you may need to change the configuration on your email client to continue to receive email. For more about this change visit the Student Office 365 Migration website, for general IT help visit the ITS Solution Centre.

As a result of email migrating from Google to Microsoft, you may need to change the configuration on your email client to continue to receive email. For more about this change visit the Student Office 365 Migration website, for general IT help visit the ITS Solution Centre.

The Office 365 apps (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote etc.) can be downloaded at portal.office.com/account (Click “Install Office”). You can also download the Teams app.

You can learn about attending live classes using Zoom, engaging with your course material in Moodle, connecting to online computer labs, and the ins and outs of Office 365 at go.uleth.ca/student-tech

Tuition and Student Fees

No, tuition fees will not be reduced for Fall 2020 or Spring 2021. The University of Lethbridge will provide students with a robust, quality educational experience for the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 terms that will include primarily online and some in-person learning. Online classes are not less expensive to offer. 

 Our faculty and staff have been working very hard over the year to prepare for remote delivery of classes so they are not just virtual meetings. They have redesigned the delivery of their courses so they are more interactive and more experiential. Here are examples of the way they are preparing their courses for the fall and spring. In order to provide this, there has been significant investment by the University in new and enhanced software and other tools for use by our faculty and students. There are costs to host classes on such platforms as Zoom since the "free" software is not adequate or has restrictions on use, so the University must buy more costly licenses. Students will also continue to be provided with a full range of student services, such as registration, mental health, health clinic, accommodated learning, access to co-op and career services, tutoring, and more. Virtual sessions to support student success with online learning have been designed and offered throughout the summer, fall and spring. Learn more at ulethbridge.ca/student-success-centre.

Even though access to our facilities is restricted, the buildings must still be maintained and operated.  Similar to if you were away on vacation, the costs of your home are likely less due to lower utilities costs but there still is a cost to maintaining the home.  All students are welcome to use campus facilities for services and study spaces (for example, Anderson Hall, which has been open throughout the pandemic). We also have had a limited number of staff on campus still, for our research programs, utilities, maintenance and other facilities functions, as well as staff who are unable to perform their work responsibilities remotely.    

Yes, but at a reduced rate. The Sport and Recreation fee for students (excluding Calgary Campus students) will be $74.31 for full-time students (75% of the regular fee of $99.08) or $55.73 for part-time students (75% of the regular fee of $74.31).

The SRS fee is shared between Horns Athletics & Recreation. It is integral to the continuous functioning and operation of the Centre for Sport & Wellness & Stadium (e.g., maintenance, equipment replacement, staffing); programming (intramurals & fitness); no charge entry to all Horns Athletics Home Games; continued development of on-line options for student wellbeing (e.g., streaming fitness classes, eSports); ongoing operations of the Pronghorn teams and competitive clubs (basketball, soccer, track & field, swimming, rugby, golf, ringette, curling, softball).

Yes, all students living in Lethbridge are still eligible to obtain a UPass even if all of your classes are online. UPass is available under the agreements with the City of Lethbridge and will be charged to all students.

Learn more about UPass: ULSUGSA

Students with a “Curriculum Campus” of Calgary will automatically be opted out.  Students can check their status by logging into the Bridge and navigating to “Student Records”, “View Student Information”, select the current term, and your Curriculum Campus will be listed. If you believe your Curriculum Campus is incorrect then please contact student.records@uleth.ca.

Students without Calgary as their “Curriculum Campus” will have access to UPass services, but they also have the option to opt-out.  This opt-out is a recognition that not all Lethbridge Campus students will be in Lethbridge under a distance learning format. 

The opt-out is available by logging into the Bridge and completing the opt-out request form.

If you have questions about UPass, please contact the ULSU or the GSA.

Yes, CKXU’s broadcast steam is available 24/7, 365 days a year via their online web-stream. ckxu.com

Yes, the Meliorst will publish online this fall an spring. themeliorist.ca

 

You can find an updated list of tuition and fees at ulethbridge.ca/financial-services/fee-schedules, under Fall COVID Fee Schedules.

Tuition and fees are assessed to student accounts on the first day of classes each term. You can view your registration charges as soon as you have completed registration; go to your student Bridge account and check under Registration Fee Assessment. You can also find a detailed report of your charges under Account Summary by Term.

uLeth Cares Message

Congratulations on making it to the middle of the fall term!  Where did the time go? This is also the time to plan for and register in your courses for spring. Registration begins next week. Please also reference the email sent to you on October 19th (Subject: ‘Registration Times’) for information about when you should register.

In September, the University announced that we will offer our courses primarily online again in the spring term.  We’ve had many questions from students about courses, course delivery and the timetable. We’ve prepared some tools to help you better understand how your courses will be delivered and how to read the timetable, so that you can make the best possible choices.

You can view courses in the timetable on the Bridge (bridge.uleth.ca). Search by subject, instructional method, campus, instructor, or attribute; this will help you quickly find a particular course(s).

Once you’ve chosen a course section to review, there are some handy things to understand in order to know how the section will be offered. This legend (ulethbridge.ca/ross/registration/plan/timetable) breaks it down for you.

Here are some highlights:

  • Schedule Type: What kind of course it is. Schedule type tells you whether your class is a lecture, lab, studio, work, experience, etc.
  • Instructional Method: How your course will be delivered. This is where you’ll learn if your course is online, in-person, or a combination of online and in-person – we call this blended. Check out this video (youtu.be/DizbsXGUg9An) to learn more important information about instructional methods, and the terms synchronous, asynchronous, and blended.
  • Campus: Where the course is held. This could be online, Lethbridge campus, or Calgary campus. You may see Other Lethbridge as an option, too. This means your course is a practicum or work-experience course and is held off-site. 
  • Days and Times:
    • If days and times appear for a course, that’s when the classes will be held (it’s synchronous).
    • If there are no days and times and just n/a is listed, it’s asynchronous. That means you will complete all course components on your own time, and there will be no scheduled meet times in the term. There will be deadlines for assignments, assessments, etc. and it is up to you to follow your instructor's lead.
    • If there are days, but no times, your course is likely a practicum or work-experience based course.
  • Attributes: These are the nuances of the course that help you understand how it fits into your course requirements. This may be which Liberal Education list the course belongs to, or which Faculty delivers the course.
  • Notes: The notes give you some extra info you need to understand the overall set-up of the course.

It’s important to keep in mind that not every detail about every course has a place in the timetable. If you have questions about a course, ask!

When you are looking up a course section on the Bridge, there is an email symbol by the instructor name. Click, type your question, and send. Your question will go directly to the course instructor.

Once registered, your course outlines will answer a lot of your delivery questions as well. For example, if you are registered in an online, asynchronous class (no meet days or times), your instructor and the course outline will be your resources to guide you through your course content, alert you of assessments and deadlines, and prepare you for successful completion of the course.

You’ve got this!