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Natasha Toney
Recruitment Officer
Email: inquiries@uleth.ca
Phone: 403-360-1096
Website: ulethbridge.ca

University of Lethbridge

Education, Post-Secondary

The University of Lethbridge is a community of inspiring lights united by one common purpose – you – your future and your potential to make a meaningful difference in the world.

Surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty the uLethbridge is consistently one of Canada’s top-ranked universities and leading research institutions. With more than 8,90 students from nearly 100 countries, we are large enough to deliver world-class teaching and research, yet small enough to provide a personalized student experience.

8,987 Students
150+ Programs
Students to Faculty – 15:1
Two Campuses: Lethbridge and Calgary
Graduate Employment Rate: 95.5%

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Meet the Speakers

Natasha Toney
Recruitment Officer

University of Lethbridge

In a time when the future is uncertain, yours doesn’t have to be.

At the uLethbridge, you will prepare to excel in a time of global disruption. You’ll learn to think about issues from all angles as you navigate challenges, appreciate differences, work in new ways and collaborate for the greater good. Your professors are renowned researchers who invite you, even as early as our first year, to take part in their work. You’ll have many opportunities to discover the world and explore work experiences before you graduate while receiving the support your need to succeed throughout your educational journey and prepare for the careers of tomorrow. Your future is bright at uLethbridge.

Indigenous

Our University’s Blackfoot name is Iniskim, meaning Sacred Buffalo Stone. We are located on traditional Blackfoot Confederacy territory. We honour the Blackfoot people and their traditional ways of knowing in caring for this land as well as the Aboriginal peoples who have helped shape and continue to strengthen our Univerisity community. We can’t wait for you to join us.

Life at uLethbridge

In a time when the future is uncertain, yours doesn’t have to be.

At the uLethbridge, you will prepare to excel in a time of global disruption. You’ll learn to think about issues from all angles as you navigate challenges, appreciate differences, work in new ways and collaborate for the greater good. Your professors are renowned researchers who invite you, even as early as our first year, to take part in their work. You’ll have many opportunities to discover the world and explore work experiences before you graduate while receiving the support your need to succeed throughout your educational journey and prepare for the careers of tomorrow. Your future is bright at uLethbridge.

Learn to Think, Create, Inquire, Discover

Clear your head; fill your mind!

Take your education outside the classroom and get a head-start on a successful future!

Experience University

Gain first-hand experience, develop new skills and learn to apply your knowledge so you are prepared for the world outside of the classroom.

Experience Matters

Myexperience.lethbridge.ca features:

  • Searchable Catalogue of Opportunities
  • Specific learning outcomes or competencies
  • Calender of Events and Workshops
  • Self Reflection Tools
  • MyExperience transcript

uLethbridge experiential learning opportunities by category:

  • Leadership
  • Research, Creative Expression, Authorship
  • Innovation, Entrepreneurship
  • Work-integrated learning
  • Community Service
  • Professional Development

Early Start Experience

Through the Early Start Experience, students can take a liberal education course for credit before the start of the Fall 2021 term. It promotes success and eases the transition from high school to University, while giving you credit towards yoru degree. Get to know the Lethbridge Campus, meet fellow students and your professors, familiarize yourself with the resources we offer. You’ll also learn to articulate the value and impact of your experiences to future employers and highlight the range of skills developed during your degree.

Our Programs

Our Education Program is one of the leading programs in the country. You’ll receive 27-weeks of off-campus practicum experience, teaching in multiple settings, such as elementary and secondary schools (unique to uLethbridge). Your professors are teachers who have all taught in K-12 classrooms and balance theory with practice.

Our digital audio arts major, the most comprehensive degree program of its kind in Western Canada, combines academic courses and a classical music conservatory with experiences in audio engineering, music production and sonic arts.

The Dhillon School of Business has received Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) accreditation for the Bachelor of Management in Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Program. The CPHR designation is the only designation recognized by nine provinces across Canada and is aligned with the United States’ Society for Human Resource Management – the largest HR organization in the world.

Our innovative Aboriginal Health program examines the factors that contribute to Indigenous Health, Strength, and Resilience in Canada.

Athletics

Strong, Swift and Enduring – the spirit of the pronghorn is legendary. It’s a spirit that lives within us all. Whether competing on the court, in the boardroom, on the ice or in the laboratory, uLethbridge students proudly wear blue and gold.

Pronghorn Varsity Teams

  • Basketball mens and womens
  • Rugby womens
  • Soccer mens and women
  • Swimming (combined)
  • Track and Field (combined)

Competitive Clubs

  • Golf Men and women
  • Ringette Women
  • Curling men and women
  • Field Lacrosse (Men)

The Herd

Show your pronghorn pride. Join the herd, a student-led spirit squad that passionately supports our teams throughout the year. Meet new people, gain free admission to every pronghorns game and cheer on our teams. Go Horns!

U of Lethbridge Students’ Union (ULSU)

The uLethbridge Students’ Union is your voice at the University and at all levels of government. It also provides student health and dental plans in addition to organizing some of the best events of the year – cabarets and karaoke at the zoo (our campus pub), fresh fest and various awareness weeks to name a few! Any student can run for an executive or representative position. ULSU.ca

Student Housing

Welcome to your home away from home. We believe that residence is about more than accommodation: it’s about building community, sharing experiences and having fun – essential in helping to ensure a smooth transition to university.

ulethbridge.ca/housing

All of our residence accommodations are fully furnished, so expect to find a bed (with storage space underneath), a desk and a place to hang your clothes. Wireless internet and all utilities are included. Residence facilities also include study rooms and social spaces.

Lethbridge is a city best known for its bright sunshine and warm, windy days. Here, where the Rocky Mountains meet the prairies, you’ll find a close-knit but welcoming community where ideas flourish under the big Alberta sky.

But we’re also a growing community of more than 100,000 people with a vibrant arts and culture scene, world-class sports and recreation facilities, and spectacular scenery. Indoors or outdoors, on campus and off, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Lethbridge.

uLethbridge Pride

School Motto: Fiat Lux, Latin, meaning Let There Be Light

School Colours: Blue and Gold

uLethbridge’s Blackfoot Name: Iniskim, meaning Sacred Buffalo Stone

Mascot: Luxie the Pronghorn, the fastest land mammal in the western hemisphere

School Tradition: stroke the pronghorn statue outside the university library for good luck before exams

Established: 1967

Shine: It’s a glowing passion for work and for play. It’s the creativity and discovery, and the burning desire to do. It’s constantly raising the bar. It’s what we do, each and every day.

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