Evening & Weekend-scheduled Classes for Today's Working Professional
Established in 1967, the University of Lethbridge (uLethbridge) is a publicly-funded, comprehensive, academic research institution and proud member of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC). To-date, uLethbridge as an institutional whole, offers 150+ undergraduate-level (Bachelors degree and post-secondary certificates) and 75+ graduate-level (Masters, PhD, and Graduate Certificate/Diploma) programs spanning across six established Faculties/Schools: Arts & Science, Education, Fine Arts, Health Sciences, the Dhillon School of Business, and Graduate Studies.
uLethbridge’s Calgary Campus is located in the City of Calgary (~200km northwest from the City of Lethbridge, where the main Lethbridge Campus is headquartered) to which it has been serving both local students as well as the academic community since its inception in 1996. In January 2011, the campus relocated from its original destination at SAIT and subsequently “set-up-shop” inside of its current location in downtown Calgary within Bow Valley College - just steps from the City Hall C-Train platforms - the latter of whom we share classroom space with as a collaborative partner within the Campus Alberta South learning consortium. Our small face-to-face class sizes (ranging anywhere from between 25-59 students per course section; average of 40) and supportive learning environments make it an ideal place for individuals whose respective learning styles thrive in more intimate classroom settings.