Clubs, Fraternity's & Sorority's
Ratified Fraternity 2018-2019
Ulethbridge's Premier Fraternity. Focusing on building better men through our four pillars: Leadership, Fellowship, Scholarship and Service. The Omicron-Xi chapter continues to strive in recruitment, conduct, communication and community. This chapter builds a stronger community for Lethbridge, the u...
Ratified Sorority 2018-2019
Kappa Beta Gamma is the first international sorority on campus! Our organization operates on he principles of leadership, philanthropy, scholarship and sisterhood. Kappa Beta Gamma provides leadership opportunities within the organization, encourages the development of a social network, and makes re...
Ratified Club 2018-2019
The Agricultural Students' Society shall: organize activities, field trips and other excursions for the club members and invited guests and act as a liaison between industry, the public, and students to promote healthy dialogue and positivity within the Agriculture Industries.
The archaeology club welcomes everyone to experience friendship and social events related to a common interest in archaeology and an enthusiasm for learning about the past. Members will have an opportunity to participate in field trips, movie nights and attending related conferences and lectures. Ab...
The U of L Student Art Society aims to meet three goals: to build relationships between students early in their degree and students late in their degree, to provide resources and opportunities to students that go beyond in-class resources, and to help grow a sense of community within the art departm...
We are a club for political science students and students interested in politics. We strive to supplement in classroom learning with academic events like panel discussions and an undergraduate research colloquium along with social activities like trivia nights and movie screenings.
The mission of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers (BHA) is to ensure North America's outdoor heritage of hunting and fishing in a natural setting, though education and work on behalf of wild public lands and waters. BHA is the sportsmen's voice for our wild public lands, waters and wildlife.
PresidentBrianna Lee/Sami-Shae Smuk
The Bio Club is community of staff and students with a passion for biology in all its forms. Through collaboration, academic, and social events, the club is commited to enhancing your experience at the University of Lethbridge!
The board, ski, and surf club unites individuals interested in fun activities such as skiing, snowboarding, longboarding, surfing, and slacklining. We plan trips and host events as well as connect like-minded people for good times and lots of Gnar.
Initiate and maintain fellowship between U of L students and those students who are interested in the field of Finance. The club will create and maintain communication channels with the faculty, the campus and business communities, and will promote the study of Finance at the University of Lethbridg...
To establish and promote services on campus for students, which we'll assist the learning experience of students perusing Bachelor management degrees or a master of science (management) in the faculty of management.
The Campus Roots Community Garden Association (CRCGA) is a community garden located on the south end of the U of L campus. The garden is open to students and community members. The garden Has almost 50 raised-bed plots with automatic irrigation, as well as community plots of berries and herbs, an or...
The U of L Climbing Club is committed to building community through events and promoting the sport of climbing in a safe, accepting and fun environment. We host events at the Ascent Climbing Centre and go on a club trip in February annually.
The U of L Dance Team is a competitive sports team ratified by the Students' Union and the Horns Sports and Recreation. We perform at basketball home games, community events and compete in various cheer and dance competitions.
Student Local for the Alberta Teachers Association (ATA). The Education Undergraduate Society is comprised of Education Students and hopfuls alike. We offer a variety of social and professional development services, catered to student teachers.
Accepting new membersClick here to inquire about joining
The English Student's Society welcomes majors and non-majors alike to express their appreciation of literature at our events (which include and are not limited to) Poetry Nights, The Student Speaker Series, "Blind Date with a Book" and study sessions. We seek to connect our members to peers and facu...
PresidentCasey Van Maanen
The Finance Club at the University of Lethbridge was created by and for students striving to obtain a better understanding of finance and its personal and professional application. It offers opportunities to network with students, faculty members and industry professionals, to better understand mark...
The Freedom Writers Poetry Club is a poetry club on-campus which seeks to creat an inclusive and supportive environment for the creation, critiquing and sharing of poetry regardless of experience/skill level. GIve it a poe-TRY!
A ratified club at the U of L with members of all programs and majors. We organize regular trips to explore the exciting geography of the area, host academic and social events, and connect people with a common interest in geography. There are no requirements to join, just a strong desire to explore ...
Global drums is comprised of community members and university students who share a passion and interest for wolrd percussion. Thegroup actively performs music from around the owrld including steel band, Polynesian Ensemble, African Drumming and Dancing, Japanese Taiko, Brazilian Samba Batteria, Trad...
To promote cycling activities, maintenance routines by community involvement, competitions, recreational cycling & University support via student programs.
International Students' Association is a club dedicated to promote diversity and inclustion on campus and also to provide international students and domestic students opportunities such as social events for cultural and language exchange.
This club has been set up to represent the Lethbridge Ismaili Community. Lethbridge's Ismaili Community as a whole has been growing over the past couple of years and we would like to be represented, as there are also many other Ismaili clubs around Canada as well. We will be hosting event and get to...
A club that helps students make connections & gain experience by being a member. Our club plans to host events and activities as well as build a team of students to attend the annual KINgames, a national event involving academic and physical activiity challenges. We're always accepting new members.
The Model United Nations Club aims to develop debating abilities of our members though simulation of the diplomatic relations of the United Nations. The Club aims to attend at least one international conference to showcase the skills of our membership. The academic goals of this club are to be suppl...
Musical Theatre Society is a place for people who love musicals! We put a lot of focus into skill building, and have several performance opportunities throughout the year. We also have social events where you can hang out and have fun.
Native American Students Association is the oldest club on campus, which focuses on supporting non-indigenous and indigenous students alike, to celebrate our cultures and foster greater understanding between the Indigenous populations and Canada
The organization of Economic Students is a club designed to help those unsure with the field of economics learn more, and provide those with a love for economics a place to discuss and further their understanding of the subject.
The Organization of Residence Students strives to foster a community conducive to academic and personal growth while providing a safe and social environment within the University of Lethbridge for residence students to continue their education.
To help prepare students for a variety of medical professional schools - in particular medicine, veterinary medicine, dental and optometry - admissions process, to provide an atmosphere of knowledge sharing, to promote humanitarian actions, and to facilitate social and academic networking.
The PRIDE Centre provides for persons on campus - regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity - a positive platform to promote safety, personal growth, respect, and pride for the Queer community. PRIDE endeavors to provide a positive environment for the Queer community on campus.
The purpose of this organization will be threefold: A. To promote public health awareness on the University of Lethbridge campus; B. To encourage collaboration and camaraderie between student members, faculty, and the greater University of Lethbridge and City of Lethbridge communities; C. To provide...
Accepting new membersClick here to inquire about joining
The Quarter Heart club is centered around the organization of different charity drives. Acts as an organizer for different event on the U of L Campus.
The Reebok Spartan race is a worldwide obstacle race founded to get people off the couch and more motivated to live a healthy lifestyle. The Uleth Spartan Club will provide a support group for individuals interested in participating, or training with a group preparing for upcoming events.
Promoting the accounting profession within the student population. Participating and hosting university events which tend to connect U of L (Calgary Campus) students with industry professionals and instructors. Develop a sense of community and give school spirit t students, and in addition to this, ...
The Courtyard will foster a safe environment for all; beginners, and experienced; students, and members of the community of Lethbridge alike. Ultimately, The Courtyard is compelled to celebrate dance practices from all walks of life, and as a result, celebrate the many different cultures of this cit...
Our goal is to unite the IBD and IBS community at the U of L and in Lethbridge to raise awareness and fundraise for research. We have monthly events to provide a supportive environment and fundraise for the annual Gutsy Walk.
PresidentFarah Rajan/Kyra Nicolacopoulos
WUSC U of L Local Committee, which runs the Student Refugee Program, is a club whose members share a belief in the power of education around the world. The WUSC Club will promote global understanding and cooperation and also work to increase understanding of international development issues on campu...