Student Support Services

Our students are our priority. We offer a wide range of support services to our students succeed, including:

Our Accessible Learning Centre provides in- and out-of class accommodations and assistive technologies.

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The University of Lethbridge Bookstore has everything you need for a successful academic year! Find school supplies, art supplies, lab materials, textbooks and uLethbridge gear, the Bookstore is here to meet your supply and service needs at every phase of university life. 

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We strive to empower students and graduates in their career decision-making by providing one-on-one career advising, organizing career events and managing career resources. We promote job opportunities through an online job board, teach work search skills and assist students with any aspect of their job search process through one-on-one consultations (by phone, email and in-person) and group workshops.

Our mission is to facilitate the career development of all University of Lethbridge students and graduates. To engage them in exploring their career and employment options, discovering their potential, developing their confidence, promoting self-responsibility, and inspiring them to pursue their career passions.

In fulfilling this mandate, we also serve employers and organizations by facilitating their recruitment process and access to University of Lethbridge students.

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Attending university is an investment of your time, your energy, and your money! The Cash Office is available to assist students in person, on the phone, or through email. 

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The Ecumenical Campus Ministry is a ministry of the Anglican, Evangelical Lutheran, Presbyterian and United Churches to the students, staff and faculty of the University of Lethbridge.

Chaplain Erin Phillips organizes social activities, provides spiritual support and hosts opportunities for study and worship. She can be reached by dropping by the Chaplains' Office in Markin Hall (M4054), by calling 403-382-0294, or by emailing her at

Counselling Services offers no-cost counselling in two areas: career development and personal growth.

Career Development

Our career development team empowers student and graduates in their career decision-making by providing one-on-one career advising, organizing career events and managing career resources. We promote job opportunities through an online job board, teach work search skills and assist students with any aspect of their job search process through one-on-one consultations (by phone, email and in-person) and group workshops.

Personal Growth

Individual counselling is confidential and can help students with a variety of personal issues including: adjusting to university life, anxiety, disordered eating, relationship issues or if you just need a friendly ear. We are here to support you. We have a great team of professional counsellors. All our counsellors have a minimum of a master's level degree from the field of psychology and clinical social work, are registered with a professional organization and are pursuing or have completed additional qualifications.


Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page, email us at,

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The University of Lethbridge has a day care on-campus for students with young children. The day care facility offers services to children aged 0-6 years old and is conveniently located near our residences in Aperture Park. Undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty members have first priority for available spaces.

Visit the website for more information.


Our Elder support program and talking circles provide spiritual and cultural support to those who self-identify as First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) and non-Aboriginal Students.

Learn more about our support services for FNMI students.


This is a free confidential service for those students who self-identify as First Nations, Métis, or Inuit. The primary role of the advising office is to guide, encourage and empower students in the university environment. Indigenous Student Affairs (includes Aboriginal students, Elders, chiefs, business leaders and more) provides access to peer support, social interaction, cultural/spiritual celebrations as well as our Education Resource Library.

Indigenous Student Services is located in Iikaisskini, (Low Horn) Indigenous Gathering Place in Paterson Centre.

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The Health Centre provides convenient access to quality healthcare on campus. Whether you are from the Lethbridge area and don't have a family doctor, or are moving to attend uLethbridge you won't need to worry about finding a doctor. We are located in the Students' Union building on the basement level, SU020.

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The International Centre offers assistance to University of Lethbridge students from other countries and provides international students with ongoing support and advice in all matters, including academic and personal concerns, immigration, on and off-campus employment regulations, cultural transition, housing, and financial issues.

You can contact the International Centre by email at, or by phone at 403-329-2053. The International Centre is located in SU040.

Learn more about the services offered by our International Centre.


The University Library exists to advance the scholarly, research and creative endeavors of the University of Lethbridge. It offers instruction programs, services and information resources aimed at cultivating information literacy and independent learning.

The Library's website provides access to resources and services which are available both on and off campus. These include access to the Library Catalogueelectronic indexes and databases, ejournals and ebooks as well as other electronic resources, a virtual tourhow-to guides and electronic reference service.

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Campus Mobiity Services provides parking permits for campus parking, offering yearly, eight month, semester, monthly or daily permits. Short-term and visitor parking is provided in various lots around campus at pay and display permit dispensers.

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The Registrar's Office is the epicentre of the university. It is responsible for the academic records for the institution including student records, applications, offers of admission, transcripts, academic calendar etc. It also oversees the course and exam schedules, registration, add/drop/withdrawal, graduation applications, and highlights important dates and deadlines.

The Registrar's Office is located on Level 1 of the Students' Union Building (SU140)

Hours of Operation:
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. | Monday to Friday

Learn more about the Registrar's Office.

Questions? Contact 403-320-5700 or


The University of Lethbridge Security Services are responsible for protecting your personal security. Our security officers are familiar with the campus, buildings and people, and are able to respond quickly to any incidents including medical emergencies.

They offer a variety of programs and workshops that ensure that all students and staff members on campus feel safe. Security Services operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

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Whether you need a little support with a particular course or are looking to improve your study strategies, the Student Success Centre is here to help you make the grade.

No matter what your program or history of academic success, we are rooting for you! 

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The Writing Centre connects trained academic writing instructors and tutors to all students at the University of Lethbridge from all disciplines. There is no charge for this instruction, and we are happy to assist students at all stages of the writing process and levels of proficiency.

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