Saturday, February 4
Every student holds a spark of potential. At the University of Lethbridge, our job is to nurture that spark and help you discover what makes you shine. It’s about more than an education; we want you to find your path and give you the tools for a lifetime of personal and professional success.
We’re thrilled to welcome all future uLethbridge students, their families and the local community to join us for our special 50th Anniversary Open House.
On February 4, 2017, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., we will open our campus to you!
IT'S YOUR TIME TO SHINE!
*On-the-spot admissions is available to qualified high school applicants. Competitive programs excluded from on-the-spot admission are the Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Health Sciences (Additions Counselling and Public Health) programs. Offers of admission for the following majors in the Faculty of Fine Arts will be conditional upon the submission and approval of the required portfolio prior to course registration: Digital Audio Arts, New Media, Art Studio. Offers of admission to the Music major in the Faculty of Fine Arts (B.Mus., Pre-B.Mus./B.Ed.) will be conditional upon a successful studio audition prior to course registration.
Admission experts will be available throughout the Open House to answer your questions and help you submit your application for admission. Qualified applicants who apply for Fall 2017 admission at the Open House (or earlier) will be entered into a draw for one $1,500 tuition credit for the Fall 2017 term! If you have already applied for admission, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up and accept your offer.
Qualified applicants who apply at the 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. sessions will receive on-the-spot admission* and can pick up their offer at the Registrar’s Office (SU140). Offers of admission will be mailed out to qualified applicants who attend the 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. sessions during the week of October 3, 2016.
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We live where the Rocky Mountains meet the Alberta Prairies, an area surrounded by big skies, vast plains, rolling river valleys and a view of snowtopped mountain peaks. Home to 99,000 people, Lethbridge is a place where ideas grow. With both a university and a college, we are a campus community. Culturally vibrant with a flourishing arts scene and active social scene, we boast stunning scenery (the High Level Bridge and the Oldman River); four distinct seasons; spectacular sunrises and glowing sunsets that illuminate Alberta’s big sky. You can drive anywhere in our city in 20 minutes.
There is plenty to do both on campus and off. Listen to a band; go for coffee; watch a movie (one of our theatres is owned by a uLethbridge alumnus and movies only cost $5!); check out festival square; take in a game or a concert; go to a play in Galt Gardens; sing at an open mic night or go to a comedy show. Lethbridge offers something for everyone.
Southern Alberta is home to some of the world’s best skiing, snowboarding, hiking, biking and camping spots, and Lethbridge is a stone’s throw from a variety of provincial and national parks, like Waterton Lakes and Kananaskis; heritage and historic sites, like Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump and Writing-On-Stone; as well as the U.S., B.C. and Saskatchewan borders. We are two hours away from Calgary, which has an international airport.
Thinking about staying in Lethbridge for the weekend? Check out a list of hotel and restaurants.
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