Student clubs

Enrich your uLethbridge experience

Campus clubs

Interested in surfing in California? How about joining a debate in Ottawa? There are opportunities to attend music concerts, conferences and art shows, and go on ski trips —just to highlight a few.

There are more than 70 clubs on campus ranging from social and athletic activities, travel, religious fellowship, and charitable and cultural support. Clubs provide opportunities for you to meet new people on campus, develop a support system, connect with other students in your program or try out a new interest. Membership is open to all full-time and part-time students attending the University of Lethbridge, as well as all professors, staff and the community.

Visit the Students' Union Clubs page for an up-to-date list of all current clubs on campus as well as information about starting a new one. Also look for "clubs week" in September when representatives from all campus clubs set up information booths in the University Hall atrium.


Clubs for Dhillon School of Business students

Accounting Club

The University of Lethbridge Accounting Club aims to promote the accounting profession within the student body, provide academic support for new and returning members, and prepare students to excel in post-academic pursuits. We are committed to helping students through our information nights, tutoring services and networking events.


Dhillon Business Student' Association (DBSA)

DBSA is open to all Dhillon School of Business students in any major on any campus and sponsors a variety of social, service and networking events throughout the academic year.


Finance Club

The University of Lethbridge Finance Club is an opportunity for students of similar interests to come together. The club offers study support and fun gatherings to its members.



Human Resources Management Club

The University of Lethbridge Human Resources Club aims to promote the HR industry and connects students with information and networking opportunities. Social activities and those that provide extra value are also organized by the club.



Club funding

Looking for financial assistance for a Dhillon School of Business student club event?

The Dhillon School of Business provides funding to ratified Students’ Union clubs that benefit a broad range of business students and enhance the reputation and goals of the University and School.

Apply for funding