There are many opportunities for financial support, and we're here to help you find them with our Award Opportunity Database. Or go to uleth.academicworks.ca and use our online, scholarship application system.
The THRIVE Professional Skills Program for Graduate Students provides free, optional opportunities for uLethbridge graduate students to develop teaching, research, career, personal, and professional skills throughout your graduate student journey.
The University of Lethbridge Graduate Students’ Association's (ULGSA) mandate is to identify graduate student needs in order to ensure policies align appropriately. Learn more about what the GSA has to offer in the Welcome from the GSA Letter →.
Graduate Teaching Assistants should take part in the Graduate Teaching Assistant Professional Development (GTAPD) Program. Equip yourself to carry out duties as teaching assistants and to acquire significant skills for your future careers. Learn more the Teaching Centre in this Welcome Letter →.