Determining which courses have been slated for offering for approaching (once available), current, and past semesters at any uLethbridge campus can be viewed via the Online, Public-access Timetable/Dynamic Schedule:

  • Select appropriate semester in the “Search by Term” drop-down box
  • Submit
  • Filter search by “Subject” (can select multiple subjects at a time by holding down the “Ctrl” key on your keyboard with every click)
  • Further, refine your search results by “Instructional Method” and/or “Campus”

Note: The majority of Spring 2021 (Jan-Apr) courses will be delivered online. 

  • If both days and times appear for a given course on the Timetable, then it is considered to be SYNCHRONOUS (i.e. specified weekly class meetings for online lectures with your instructor and peers via Zoom)
  • If both days and times do not appear for a given course on the Timetable (i.e. “N/A”), then it is considered to be ASYNCHRONOUS
    • Students will not be expected to be live online via Zoom to attend regular virtual lectures for asynchronous courses as all applicable materials and gradable assessments can be accessed/completed at the student’s own semi-self-directed pace (week-by-week), as laid out by the individual course instructor
  • If there are days, but no times, then the course is likely practicum or work-experience based (LETHBRIDGE CAMPUS courses, ONLY)  

The delivery modalities for courses in future semesters (i.e. May/Summer 2021 and onwards) are currently undetermined, this time.

Further information on how to interpret and decipher university Timetable information can be found on the uLethbridge Registrar’s Office’s Timetable legend here:

Textbooks for Calgary Students

Formal booklists are not provided to students as their course registration for a given semester can technically change at any point during the registration period. Instead, students are to visit the university Bookstore's e-commerce site at to both view and eventually purchase their designated course textbooks. The website's interactive design will prompt students to manually enter the respective course codes and section letters pertaining to their individual registration which will eventually display the proper textbook(s) which have been approved for class use.

Textbooks will be normally made available for ordering as early as 2 weeks before the start of classes for a given semester.

Please review the Calgary Campus' "How To Order Textbooks" guide for further information.