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University of Lethbridge


March - 1 Early admission
June 1 - General admission

Application fee - $60

In 1991, UofL acquired the Gushul Studio and Cottage for Visual and Literary Artists. Located in the Crowsnest Pass, this facility serves visiting artists, scholars, and writers.


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University of Lethbridge

Enrollment: 8,100

From the University of Lethbridge website: Located in southern Alberta, the University of Lethbridge was founded in 1967 and today is home to 8,000 students. The UofL provides students with a personal learning experience that allows for study in a number of fields. At Uof L, class sizes are generally small. Some 70% of first year classes have under 50 students and 80% of fourth year classes have fewer than 50 students.

Hardware in UofL's computer labs is replaced annually to ensure that students are provided with the most up-to-date technologies. Fully-equipped computer labs, 24-Hour Study Centre, email stations, laptop hookups and videoconferencing equipment connect students to campus and to the world. University of Lethbridge embraces innovation so that students can gain a competitive edge.

The average entering grade of students from high school is 79%.

UofL scholarships: For incoming students, financial awards are earned based on academic performance, leadership, community involvement, artistic ability and financial need.

Housing: Freshman students entering from high school can apply to stay at the University of Lethbridge's on-campus housing. Dormitory rooms are equipped with a bed, desk, and a wardrobe.


The city of Lethbridge in southern Alberta is known for its sunny skies. Located on the Oldman River, Lethbridge has a population of around 84,000, Lethbridge has all of the advantages of big city living combined with the safety and community found in small town life.

Lethbridge is close to the Canada/U.S. border and the Canadian Rocky mountains. In fact, it is this proximity to the mountains combined with our high altitude that create our mild climate and warm winter temperatures. The Chinook winds melt the snow cover and create the highest winter temperatures in the prairies.

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