Health Sciences Academic Advising

Resources for Current Students

Do you need assistance with academic program planning, selecting courses or understanding academic regulations and procedures? We can assist with a wide range of issues from program planning to applying for graduation. We provide academic advising and assistance regarding program planning, course selection and sequencing, and Academic Regulations for current U of L students.
Do you have questions about applying to the University of Lethbridge? Visit our Future Students website!
Book an Appointment with an Academic Advisor

It is your responsibility to take ownership of academic decisions, course selections, and completion of degree requirements. Our academic advisors are here to help guide you.

Contact an Advisor

Bachelor of Health Sciences majors in Aboriginal Health, Addictions Counselling, and Public Health

Bachelor of Therapeutic Recreation

Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Nursing After Degree

Calgary Campus Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs in Health Sciences

Indigenous Learning Facilitator

Our Indigenous Learning Facilitator, Sianna Cherweniuk-Hummel, can help you access:

  • Elders
  • Advisors
  • Tutors
  • Mentors
  • Scholarship and funding opportunities
  • Personal support and counselling


Frequently Asked Questions

It is your responsibility to take ownership of academic decisions, course selections, and completion of degree requirements; our academic advisors are here to help guide you.

Before reaching out to an academic advisor, see if your question is answered here!

Prepare for Your Appointment

  1. Review and update your Program Planning Guide (PPG)
  2. Ensure your tuition is paid and that you have no holds on your account so you can register in courses
  3. Take the time to pick out courses that interest you
  4. Check course prerequisites and liberal education list designations
  5. Consult important dates and deadlines
  6. Review the Academic Calendar for graduation requirements and limits
  7. Write down questions to ask the advisor (and take notes during your appointment so you can refer back to them!)

Program Planning Guides

Program Planning Guides (PPGs) provide essential information about the courses required to complete your program. 

Your PPG outlines the courses required to complete the program, along with a course sequencing plan. You should keep your PPG up to date and refer to it for course registration and general program planning. In the Academic Calendar you will find complete information specific to your program.

Registration Guide

The most important thing to do before your first day of classes is register! This is when you choose the actual courses you will take in your first term at uLethbridge. There are many resources available to help you navigate through the uLethbridge registration process and identify important information to help you successfully register.