Counselling is a process where the client and counsellor work together to come up with different ways to experience various situations. U of L Counselling Services offers counselling in three key areas relevant to students; Academic Support Personal Growth and Career Development.
Accommodated Learning Centre
The university shares in the responsibility for providing instructional and learning related accommodation for students with disabilities. If you have been diagnosed with a disability, there is no need to face the challenge of university without support.
A triple gymnasium (2 hardwood floors and 1 synthetic surface), with retractable seating for 2000 spectators; suitable for hosting major sporting events as well as conferences and speaking engagements.
The mission of the University of Lethbridge Health Centre is to enrich student’s living and learning potential through the provision of pro-active health education, on-site health care, and health insurance information.
Parking Services provides parking permits for campus parking. Customers have the option of purchasing yearly, eight month, semester, monthly or daily permits. Short term and visitor parking is provided in various lots around campus at pay and display permit dispensers or at parking meters.
Personal Security 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 Personal Security Policy, developed by the University in consultation with employee and student groups, gives practical application to that commitment.
Risk and Safety Services
To educate, mentor, foster and grow an environment to all members of the University of Lethbridge community where each accepts an individual and shared responsibility in growing a culture that is rich in the assessment, management and control of risk and safety.
Safety team (one male, one female) to accompany you “to” and “from” from anywhere on campus
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.
Information on reporting options, support services, help and healing for survivors and how to we can all contribute to building a safe community.
The Campus Women’s Centre is a non-profit resource and referral centre open to all students, faculty and staff on the University of Lethbridge Campus. The Campus Women’s Centre is a safe & non-judgmental environment with listening ears, kind hearts and open minds.