Student Clubs

Enrich your uLethbridge experience and become involved with campus and fine arts 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.


Keely Goulding New Media student

“There are a lot of out-of-class opportunities available at uLethbridge if you look for them: clubs, exchanges, fine arts productions, co-op, volunteering, the list goes on. One of my most memorable experiences was my involvement in the Rotaract club. Through Rotaract, I've been given leadership opportunities, a chance to put my education to work, and made some great friends!”

Keely Goulding, (BFA - New Media)

Clubs for Faculty of Fine Arts students

Art Society

The U of L Student Art Society is structured around three main goals:

  1. To build relationships between students early in their degree and students late in their degree.
  2. To provide resources and opportunities to students that go beyond in-class resources.
  3. To help grow a sense of community within the Art Department.

The Art Society believes in bridging the gap between senior Art students and those in their first year.

The Art Society has more than 300 members and displays artwork in several community venues including the Penny Coffee House, Sterling Mutuals, City Hall, and Westside Starbucks.

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Audio Engineering Society (AES)

Student Chapter of the International AES Organization.


GEEK Entertainment of Every Kind

A club centered around the celebration of geek culture. Board games to anime to everything in between.


Global Drums

University ensemble, both a class and a club, created for the purpose of teaching and experiencing percussion music from all around the world. Everyone is welcome to join of all ages.


Musical Theatre Society (MTS)

The Musical Theatre Society is an inclusive club for musical theatre lovers of all skill levels. MTS provides skill-building workshops, performance opportunities, and social events that allow members to share their love for musical theatre. Membership is open year-round and interested students can contact their president through their Instagram (@mtsuleth) or email (


New Media Club

A club focused on encouraging creativity and a community around creators.


Smash Club

We host Super Smash Bros for casual and competitive play alike! We have a very active Discord community to find someone to battle, or talk to, or even just hang out. Other platform fighters, such as Rivals of Aether, are also present when tournaments are held.


Theatre Arts Society

The Theatre Arts Society works to provide support for students with their theatrical post-secondary endeavours through workshops, social activities, performance events and more. TAS holds a membership drive every fall but interested students can contact their president through their Instagram (@theatreartssociety), Facebook (@theatreartssociety), or email (


U of L Singers

Provide students at the U of L with a classical music choir. Providing professional rehearsal and performance opportunities.


Wind Orchestra Club

The University of Lethbridge Wind Orchestra is dedicated to providing students with the opportunity play with a large wind ensemble. The club not only assists students in the Music Department but allows students outside of the department to participate in music making. All students are taught how to rehearse and perform in a professional manner.


World University Service of Canada (WUSC)

WUSC U of L Local Committee, which runs the Student Refugee Program, is a club whose members share a belief in the power of education around the world. The WUSC Club will promote global understanding and cooperation and also work to increase understanding of international development issues on campus. Their flagship initiative, the Student Refugee Program, brings students to campus annually. Once the students arrive, the ULeth Committee supports them financially and socially for at least one year.