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It's okay to return after a break!

If you left your ULethbridge program in Fall 2020, Spring 2021 or Fall 2021, it's time to get back to your future

Reactivate your enrolment in four simple steps:

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  2. Complete and submit the form
  3. We'll contact you with course registration access
  4. Register for courses

There is no reapplication fee!

Reactivate my enrolment!*

*  This opportunity is for undergraduate students on either ULethbridge campus who return to the same program. It does not apply to international students, or students registered in Faculty of Education or Faculty of Health Sciences programs. If you owe outstanding fees or have a hold on your student account, please contact for advice on how to re-start your studies at ULethbridge.

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