Before You Arrive on Campus | Lethbridge Campus Only
To ensure the health and safety of students, faculty and staff on campus this fall, there are a few tasks to do before you return next week:
- Complete the Campus Access Safety Training through?Moodle.
It outlines safety measures to support your on-campus experience.
signing in to Moodle here.?It should take you straight to the Campus Safety course.?
Select students may additionally be required to complete a WHMIS training module. If so, it will also be added to your Moodle course record.??
- uLethbridge Safe App / Daily COVID-19 Health Check
We are all required to complete a COVID-19 daily health check before coming to campus.
To make this easier for you, we are happy to announce?uLethbridge Safe, a mobile safety app that provides quick access to numerous services and information for the uLethbridge community.
One of its main features is the COVID-19 daily health check. All students, faculty and must complete the daily health check each time they come to campus.
Get the app:
Go to your AppStore for iPhone or Android, and search University of Lethbridge. Download ULETHBRIDGE SAFE
If you don’t have a smart phone, you can complete the COVID-19 Daily Health Check by using the "Being on campus” button at?ulethbridge.ca/covid-19
Note:?If you have any symptoms related to COVID-19, or are not feeling well, please do not come to campus.?Let your instructor know by email you are ill.??A medical note is not required.
- Pick up your Campus Access Card and your uLethbridge mask
All students who enter campus for face-to-face classes or pre-scheduled practice/studio use will enter campus either through the north and south doors of the 1st Choice Savings Centre or Level 10 of the Library, just off the bus loop. These entrances will be accessible by using a white access card that allows for contactless entry. You will be provided with a card.
If you have classes in Science Commons, you will be provided with a white?access card for contactless entry.
You can pick up your access card and your uLethbridge face mask at the Welcome Table, located between 1st Choice Savings Centre and Anderson Hall during the first week of classes, along with your University mask.? Wearing a mask is required on campus in common spaces and where maintaining 2m physical distance from others is not possible.??
If you purchased a parking permit for the fall term, you can pick it up when you arrive on campus at Turcotte Hall,?TH101.
We will have three Welcome Tables set up around campus next week from Tuesday to Friday. Staff will be happy to assist with wayfinding and answer any questions about the fall term.??
Student Services: Hours of Operation?
During the fall term, select student services will be provided in-person while others will be offered online or perhaps both. We have a handy list for you to?access?on the Hours of Operation button at the top of the?Student FAQ. We will continue to update the document throughout the term.
There are several spaces on campus that will be available to ALL students throughout the fall term. For a list of spaces that will be open on campus that do not require an access card, check out the?‘What’s Open? – Lethbridge Campus’ section on the Student FAQ.?
Reminder: Primarily Online Course Delivery
I want to remind you that for the Fall 2020 term, classes will be primarily online. In addition to your face-to-face classes, you likely have some online courses. To avoid last minute scrambling and stress, check out our?online learning and technology resources?so you are prepared for your first class!?uleth.sharepoint.com/sites/student-technology.??Sign into?Moodle?to review your course information or stay in touch with your instructors to access the links to your online classes and course materials.