SHARE

SEARCH

WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?

RESULTS

    ALL RESULTS

    A university founded by citizens, our connection to community is core to who we are. 

    Proudly located on the traditional territory of the Blackfoot people, Indigenous culture is woven into the fabric of the University of Lethbridge. These strong local roots ground us but our community is truly global, and we continue to expand our reach. Each year, more than 8,700 students from approximately 100 countries call our campuses in Lethbridge and Calgary home, and our more than 43,000 alumni are making important contributions in communities around the world. 

    With your support, we will build a stronger, more engaged community of leaders, innovators, thinkers and doers, making Lethbridge a destination to be recognized.

    Maria Livingston (BA ’15), pictured above, is applying her knowledge and research by blending her artistic talent, desire to support Indigenous youth and passion for building community and cultural awareness. As a First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) High School Career Facilitator, she mentors Indigenous students, helping them navigate career and skill development while they learn about their heritage and culture. As hoop dancer and visual artist, she teaches the importance of Indigenous cultural expression and the significance of dance, regalia, storytelling and art to the wider community, increasing awareness and inclusivity. 

     “It’s about connecting to our people and finding positive ways to represent First Nations culture. There are a lot of negative stereotypes and prejudices around Indigenous heritage. Finding ways to help break down those barriers and show the beauty of our culture is something I feel compelled to do.” - Maria Livingston (BA '15)

    Making a Difference, One Scholarship at a Time
    donors

    Making a Difference, One Scholarship at a Time

    "Thank you so very much for placing your trust in me and encouraging me at a time when I desperately needed it. "
    Celebrating a Culture of Achievement
    pronghorn athletics

    Celebrating a Culture of Achievement

    Nearly 20 years after the program was founded, University of Lethbridge Pronghorns Rugby knows what it is, having confidently carved out a recognizable identity.
    Achieving Volunteer Greatness
    students

    Achieving Volunteer Greatness

    Neuroscience and psychology major Imogen Pohl was awarded the Governor General of Canada's Sovereign Medal for Volunteers by Governor General Dr. Julie Payette (DSc '05) in 2018.
    MAKE A GIFTGET INVOLVED