The University of Lethbridge Art Gallery has a dual role: we serve both the campus community and the general public. The Art Gallery plays a central role for research, learning and community engagement at the university. At the same time, the Art Gallery is a key component of the university’s public face and reaches audiences from Lethbridge, within Alberta and across the country.
Housing Services provides convenient, clean and competitively priced accommodation to students and guests of the University of Lethbridge, with programs and services that contribute to a positive environment for the personal and academic growth of our residents within a 12-month sustainable operation.
CKXU is the campus-community radio station at the University of Lethbridge and is Southern Alberta’s only campus-community radio station.
Convocation is the formal ceremony for the conferral of degrees, diplomas, and certificates. Convocation ceremonies are held twice annually. The Spring ceremonies are scheduled for the Thursday and Friday following the week of the Victoria Day long weekend. The Fall ceremonies are scheduled for the Saturday following Thanksgiving in October.
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.
The Art Gallery, Recital Hall and performance theatres welcome the audiences essential to learning in all of the fine arts.
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.
We offer a wide variety of catering options to meet all of your needs for special events including food and meal plans.
Graduate Students’ Association (GSA)
The Graduate Students’ Association mandate is to identify graduate student needs in order to ensure policies align appropriately. The GSA represents all academically employed graduate students including all students who are registered as graduate students at the University of Lethbridge.
Iikaisskini, (Low Horn) Gathering Place
First Nations, Métis, and Inuit (FNMI) Gathering Place Located in Paterson Place houses Native Student Advising, which is a 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. Iikaisskini also hosts meetings like the FNMI Alumni Chapter meetings and events such as monthly Talking Circles with the Elders. The University of Lethbridge FNMI website is: www.uleth.ca/first-nations-metis-inuit
The International Centre for Students is a significant resource for current and future students. We are committed to creating an awareness of diversity and global perspectives within the campus community by: Building vital connections with students, staff and other departments for the common good Providing excellent services and superior teaching and guidance within a supportive, respectful, welcoming and collaborative environment including
Your campus newspaper featuring editorials, entertainment, sports, campus beat and TLFs.
The University of Lethbridge accepts listings of accommodations from others for the convenience of its students.
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.
The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns represent our campus in interuniversity sport. Go Horns!
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.
Sports and Rec Services
Information about sport facilities, programs, intramural/clubs and memberships at the UofL.
Clubs are an essential part of the community atmosphere and they provide opportunities for further involvement with your studies, meeting new people on campus, and having fun. Club membership is open to all full-time and part-time students attending the University of Lethbridge, all professors, staff and the community.
Students’ Union (SU)
ULSU is an organization that is in place to help make your experience at the U of L as rewarding and enriching as possible.
Kick off your shoes, lift up your heels, and relax in the casual, yet comfy atmosphere the Zoo exudes. Menu features an array of appetizers, soup & salads, Burgers, Pizza, deli items and more. Enough to satisfy any appetite, with prices to fit all budgets.
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.