Online & Social Media

UWeekly: An e-newsletter created every Monday during the academic year and every second Monday during the summer months (June through late August), UWeekly is a look ahead at the week’s events and activities and outlines news items primarily of interest to the campus employee community. UWeekly is also distributed to local and regional media and numerous community organizations to inform them of campus activities.

To submit a notice for UWeekly, please make sure it is posted on the Notice Board or in a linkable place on the University website (ie. a Faculty or School-specific home page, or notice column) and forward your request to by the Friday prior to creation.

UNews: UNews is the official source for news and information about the University of Lethbridge, this site houses all content from our print publications, as well as video content, daily news updates and links to our Twitter feed.

Digital Signage: This includes the internal signage network that consists of 19 screens operating throughout University Hall, the Devonian Walkway, the Library entrance, 1st Choice Savings Centre for Sport and Wellness, Anderson Hall, Alberta Water and Environmental Science Building and Markin Hall. For digital signage posting guidelines, follow this link. This also includes the external sign (University Drive), used to promote University activities to the community-at-large. For more information on digital signage policies at the University of Lethbridge, contact

Social Media: The University of Lethbridge is on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Instagram and Snapchat (username: ulethbridge)

Other Sources

  • Pronghorns Athletics is the home of our athletic programs. The University of Lethbridge competes in the Canada West conference, and includes the following programs: men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s hockey, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s rugby, men’s and women’s track and field and men’s and women’s swimming. For media inquiries, contact Eoin Colquhoun at or call 403-380-1851.
  • The Faculty of Fine Arts is the home of our art, music, drama and new media programs and presents a number of public performances and events throughout the academic year. For information on Fine Arts performances and events, or to arrange interviews with production staff and students, contact or 403-329-2126.