President & Vice Chancellor Search

President & Vice Chancellor Search

Search Process

The University of Lethbridge’s (Iniskim) search for the 7th President & Vice-Chancellor is governed by the Designation and Appointment of Senior Administrators Policy. A President & Vice-Chancellor Search Committee, comprised of members of the Board of Governors, our Chancellor, academic staff, administrative staff and undergraduate and graduate students, will make a recommendation to the Board of Governors for appointment.

Responsibilities of President & Vice-Chancellor

The President & Vice-Chancellor has general supervision over and direction of the operation of the University [Post-Secondary Learning Act (PSLA), Section 81 (3)]. In addition to the powers of the President as described in the Post-Secondary Learning Act the powers, duties and functions of the President are mandated by the Board of Governors of the University. The President reports to and is accountable to the Board.

The President provides leadership to generate and sustain an equitable, diverse and inclusive academic and administrative vision of what the University should be that optimizes the development of the University.  The President ensures that University objectives are achieved and the University’s quality and future assured.

The President is responsible for carrying out all of the duties required in the capacity as President & Vice-Chancellor with General Faculties Council, the Senate, the University of Lethbridge Faculty Association, other employee groups and the general public, as well as working closely with and in concert with the Board.
The President's primary responsibility is to lead the University, in an ethical, equitable, diverse, inclusive, responsible, and sustainable manner.

Position Profile


The resources provided below are intended to keep the University community informed about the search process and provide easy access to key documents.