|Co-ed: 548 beds||Lowest: $956.00||Highest: $2,944.00
|Family: 52 beds
Residence: 214 spaces (room and board only) in university hall dormitory and 238 beds in one, two, and four bedroom apartments. 24 four bedroom town homes housing 96 students are also available to single students. In addition, 52 townhouses are available to students with families. 50% of single student housing is reserved for first year students and rented out on first admitted, first served basis. Dormitory and apartments are furnished, townhouses are not. There is a mandatory meal plan for all first year students living on campus.
|Lowest: $600.00||Highest: $600.00
Room only, approximately $350.00 per month; room and board, $500.00 per month; one bedroom apartment, $575.00 per month; and two bedroom apartment, $675.00 per month.
For International students, your best first point of contact is the International Centre for Students. We provide support services before, during, and after your studies, and we can help you to find the answers to any questions that you may have. Please feel free to contact us by email (email@example.com) or visit http://discover.ulethbridge.ca for further information.
Career and Employment Services (CES) assists current U of L students and alumni with their career exploration and work search needs. Career counselling services include assessment of your interests and skills, exploration of career opportunities, assistance with career decision making strategies, referrals to the latest occupation and labour market information, and support with the development of career goals and action plans. In fulfilling this mandate, CES also serves employers and organizations by facilitating their recruitment of University of Lethbridge students. The Counselling Centre at the University of Lethbridge can also assist you through the career planning process.
Badminton (F/M), Ball Hockey (F/M), Basketball (F/M), Cheerleading (F/M), Curling (F/M), Diving (F/M), Dodgeball (F/M), Fencing (F/M), Golf (F/M), Hockey (F/M), Ice Hockey (F/M), Indoor Soccer (F/M), Judo (F/M), Kayaking (F/M), Rodeo (F/M), Rugby (F/M), Soccer (F/M), Swimming (F/M), Synchronized Swimming (F/M), Ultimate Frisbee (F/M), Volleyball (F/M), Wall Climbing (F/M), Water Polo (F/M)
Athletics (F/M), Baseball (F/M), Basketball (F/M), Cross Country Running (F/M), Ice Hockey (F/M), Judo (F/M), Rugby (F), Running (F/M), Soccer (F/M), Swimming (F/M), Track & Field (F/M)
The University of Lethbridge has an Olympic-sized track, outdoor football/soccer/rugby stadium, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a fully equipped fitness centre, a dance studio, and numerous running and biking trails. Our new Centre for Sport and Wellness is equipped with research and teaching facilities for kinesiology, new classrooms, a triple gymnasium, a climbing wall, a fitness centre, a sports medicine clinic, four lane indoor track, and food services facilities. The University of Lethbridge Pronghorn athletic teams compete in the Canada West Association, which is one of four regional associates competing within Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS). Pronghorn teams include men's and women's hockey, swimming, basketball, soccer, judo, track and field, and women's rugby.
The University of Lethbridge is a place to grow, academically, socially, and personally. Each year, you can observe or participate in concerts, drama productions, athletic competitions, debates, cultural awareness events, and campus wide celebrations. You can also become involved with the student government, university committees, extracurricular activities, and a variety of clubs around campus.
Agricultural Students Society, Anthropology Club, Apprenticeship For Humanity, Art Society, Be-Aware (Environmental Science & Biology Club), Bioethics Club, Calgary Management Students Society, Campus Conservative Association, Catholic Community, Community Discovering Islam, Cheerleading Club, Chemistry & Biochemistry Club, Climbing Club, Computer Science Club, Debate Society, Education Undergraduate Society, French Club, Gay & Lesbian Integrity Association, Greek Life Club, Health Sciences Undergraduate Association, Hillel Club, Improv Club, International Students' Society, Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship, Japanese Anime & Manga Society, Kinesiology & Phys Ed Students Society, Law Club, Lethbridge Students for Life, Management Students' Society, Mature Students Club, Mixed Curling Club, Model UN Club, Native American Students Association, Networking Club, Organization of Residence Students, Percussive Arts Society, Physical Theatre Society, Political Science Association, Pre-Med Club, Pre-Vet Club, Psychology & Neuroscience Club (PANiC), Rotaract Club, Salsa Dance Club, Society for Creative Anachronism, Surf Club, Theatre Arts Society, and Trolls Rugby.
At the U of L, your learning is supported with state-of-the-art technology. Equipment in the student computer labs is replaced each year. Our fully equipped computer labs, campus-wide wireless internet network, 24 Hour Study Centre, e-mail stations, laptop hook ups, and videoconferencing equipment connects you to campus and the world. We embrace innovation so that you can gain a competitive edge.
Canada's largest academic art collection (valued at $33 million) with a gallery and slide library, 450 seat proscenium theatre, 203 seat recital hall, fine arts resource centre, "black box" theatre, music practice rooms, movement and dance studios, art studios, and speakers' bureau.
All buildings are wheelchair accessible. There are also wheelchair accessible single student apartments and family housing suites available. The Max Bell Regional Aquatic Centre pool is equipped with a movable floor to accommodate those with special needs. Adaptive electronic or computer assisted technology, as well as examination accommodation and other support services, are available through the Disabilities Resource Office.
Example of Affiliations:
Accounting Education Resource Centre
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Research Centre
Alberta Gaming Research Institute
Centre for Management Solutions
Centre for Technology Studies
Centre for the Study of North American Religion
Centre for the Study of Pedagogy and Culture
Regional Centre for Health Promotion and Community Studies
Southern Alberta Art Gallery
Water Resource Institute
Exchange programs with Argentina, Universidad Blas Pascal; Australia, Southern Cross University (faculty and students); Belgium, Universit de Lige; Chile, Universidad Catlica de Valparaso; England, Leeds (faculty); France, Institut Universitaire de Technologie de Dijon; Germany, Fachbereich Wirtschaft, Fachhochschule Reutlingen, Fachhochschule Schmalkalden (faculty and students), Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg; Japan, Hokkai-Gakuen University (faculty and students), Kansai Gaidai; Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia; Mexico, Universidad Panamericana (faculty and students); Netherlands, Hogeschool van Utrecht (faculty and students); Poland, Pozna University of Economics; South Korea, Ajou University; Spain, Universidad de Jan; Taiwan, National Sun Yat-Sen University; and the US, Muskingum College (students).
Tours are available upon request year round; call (403) 329-2762 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.