We know that there is a lot of information to know about registration, but don’t worry – we’ve got plenty of resources to help you along the way. The resources listed below can offer advice about registration and other tips during your time at uLethbridge.
Student Enrolment and Registrar Services (SEARS) - Information Centre
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Phone | 403-320-5700
The Registration Help Line is only available during registration periods. This help line is for questions regarding registration and technical assistance with the Bridge. If you have other questions or need assistance, contact SEARS - Information Centre, your academic advising office, Enrolment Services or your Calgary campus office.
Phone | 403-329-2052
Students with documented disabilities can receive support through the Accessible Learning Centre. They provide a wide range of support services including: exam accommodations, assistive technologies, learning strategies, educational support staff and Schedule-4 funding assistance. For more information visit the Accessible Learning Centre.
Career Services serves uLethbridge students as they explore careers and search for work. Career Services can provide you with support for career exploration, job searching, career preparation and co-operative educational work experience. As an alumnus, you will continue to have access to these supports for up to two years following graduation. For more information visit Career Services.
Counselling Services on the Lethbridge campus offers free, confidential personal, career, and academic counselling to all uLethbridge students. They can assist you with career/educational concerns, developing study skills, managing anxiety, and any other personal issues. For more information visit Counselling Services.
The International Centre offers assistance and opportunities to both domestic and international uLethbridge students. The International Student Advisor provides international students with ongoing support and advice in all matters including academic and personal concerns, immigration, on and off campus employment regulations, cultural transition, housing, and financial issues. The International Centre also offer programs that will give uLethbridge students international experiences and opportunities. In addition to on-campus events and programming, they support study abroad and exchange opportunities, summer study tours and international internships. For more information visit the International Centre.
The Indigenous Student Centre at Iikaisskini offers free, confidential service for those students who self-identify as First Nations, Métis, or Inuit. The primary role of the office is to guide, encourage and empower students in the university environment so they achieve their highest potential. For more information visit the Indigenous Student Centre located at the Iikaisskini Gathering Place.
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