Your best interest is ours too. That’s why we have a wide variety of services to provide you with the support you need to be successful.
Take advantage of the professional skills workshops offered, visit our health centre or make use of the University librarian dedicated to graduate students. Also see the University of Lethbridge's Services for Students page.
Accommodated Learning Centre | The Accommodated Learning Centre is here to help students with a wide range of needs. By providing learning strategies, technological support and exam accommodations, we create a supportive learning environment for every student.
Counselling Services | Counselling Services focuses on improving your total well-being. Our counsellors are mental-health professionals who can help to facilitate your personal growth, academic skills development, and career decision-making while you are attending the University of Lethbridge.
Graduate Students’ Association (GSA) | The GSA represents graduate students across campus and helps ensure their needs are being met by the University.
Housing | Housing Services offers a wide range of on-campus living options, from single rooms to family accommodations. Demand is high for residence and applications are accepted online starting September 15 for the following fall semester
Multi Faith Room | The Univeristy of Lethbridge Mutli Faith Room (TH177) is available for use by individual members of the University community (valid ID required) for reasons associated with faith, meditation, or to spend time in quiet reflection. It is accommodating of all beliefs and religious affiliations. The Room is only available for individual, drop-in use and not for booking. For more information on conditions of use please see the Notice Board or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Support | The School of Graduate Studies provides program-related support and information. Associated graduate studies offices within individual faculties provide program-specific information and advising. Contact the School of Graduate Studies for more information.
Student Safety Abroad | All students who plan to travel on university activity are encouraged to complete a Personal Travel Form to be entered in Campus Safety's Student Safety Abroad Registry. Registration for personal travel is optional. This policy is available to view online. Questions? Contact Campus Safety.
Support Services for Aboriginal Students | Oki! If you are of First Nations, Métis or Inuit descent, we encourage you to take advantage of services, including Indigenous Student Services, designed to meet your specific needs.
Teaching Centre | The Teaching Centre offers workshops for graduate students on topics such as lesson planning, assessment of student learning, learning styles, classroom management, questioning strategies, professional relations with students and self-assessment.