Faculty of Arts

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The Faculty of Arts reflects on the world and our place in it through critical inquiry, creative practices and collaborative exploration. With more than 7,100 undergraduate students, more than 725 graduate students and 40 programs, we are a vibrant research generator.

As active thinkers and researchers, we share our knowledge to help shape the best aspects of Alberta, Canada and the world. Our students and scholars receive an enriching and global learning experience, preparing them to tackle future challenges.

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Andrea McLellan
Director of Development
Faculty of Arts
403.220.2949
andrea.mclellan@ucalgary.ca


Lori Egger and Steve Laut donate $3.5 million to the University of Calgary that will be used to establish a new psychology training clinic. The clinic that will provide a training facility for clinical psychology students and a research environment for faculty and graduate students.

Lori Egger and Steve Laut donate $3.5 million to the University of Calgary that will be used to establish a new psychology training clinic. The clinic that will provide a training facility for clinical psychology students and a research environment for fa

Support the Faculty of Arts Impact Fund

The Faculty of Arts is a dynamic hub of creativity and a vibrant, interdisciplinary centre for research that attracts and develops the exceptional future leaders who will shape and elevate Alberta, Canada and the world.

Your gift will fund scholarships and awards, helping students pursue knowledge and develop the critical thinking skills needed be successful academics, access other professionals faculties, and be successful members of our complex and ever-changing world.

Faculty of Arts News


Adaptable UCalgary art students take annual exhibition online

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