This year, Lethbridge College students will receive over $1 million in scholarships and awards. With just one online application, you can apply for all of the awards and scholarships that you qualify for at Lethbridge College. A few minutes of your time can help fund your future.


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Application period:

  • Continuing students: March 1 to May 1
  • New/entrance students: March 1 to July 1
  • International students: New international students are considered for international entrance scholarships just by applying for admission (by June 1). After one full year of studies at Lethbridge College, international students may apply for continuing awards based on academic achievement.

Provincial awards

The Jason Lang and Louise McKinney scholarships are restricted to Alberta residents (the full criteria for both scholarships can be found on Student Aid Alberta). Students who qualify for either scholarship are largely nominated by our office based on college data. However, we may need additional data from you so please continue to monitor your @lethbridgecollege.ca email account. Missing data means missing out on being nominated.


Important Notice

We do not have any way of knowing about students who are transferring to other Alberta institutions (with the exception of BNAD and NESA students). If you are transferring, it is your responsibility to alert us prior to the deadline for our nominations each September or January.

Lethbridge College administered awards

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Awarded to a student entering the Automotive Systems certificate program who demonstrates outstanding financial need.

Awarded to a student entering the Nursing program full-time who exerted significant effort academically thus demonstrating a sincere desire to enter the Nursing profession.

Awarded to a student entering Business Administration, full-time as a Management Major, who demonstrates both compelling financial need and strong academic performance.

Awarded to a City of Lethbridge High School graduate who demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in five 30-level courses immediately prior to entering a post-secondary program at Lethbridge College as a full-time student.

Awarded to a mature student who has achieved the highest average in 095 level upgrading courses required to enter the Nursing program. In the event that no upgrading students apply, nursing applicants who had been directed to General Studies to improve their marks in order to be accepted will be considered. Recipient must be attending Lethbridge College full-time.

Awarded to a student entering (full time) into a Lethbridge College post-secondary program. Selection will be based upon outstanding financial need.

Awarded to a student entering a post-secondary Lethbridge College program (full-time) who demonstrates financial need as well as exceptional academic performance.

Awarded to a recent high school graduate who has completed the Green Certificate Agricultural Training in high school in the past two years and who is entering the Agriculture Sciences program on a full-time basis. Applicants will complete an essay on the on-line application in regard to their agricultural education goals.

Awarded to an individual entering a Lethbridge College post-secondary program as a full-time student who demonstrates exceptional financial difficulties.

Awarded to a student entering Civil Engineering Technology (full-time) who demonstrates outstanding financial need.

Awarded to a student entering College and University Preparatory Upgrading after taking a minimum of one semester of English as a Second Language. Selection will be based on academic achievement.

Awarded to a student entering a post-secondary program (full-time) at Lethbridge College who demonstrates both financial need and academic achievement.

Awarded to a student entering the Civil Engineering Technology program as a full-time student. Selection will be based on academic achievement prior to attending combined with financial need.

Awarded to a student entering the Culinary Careers diploma program who demonstrates financial need. Preference is given to mature students.

Awarded to a student entering Civil Engineering Technology (full-time) who demonstrates compelling financial need.

Awarded to a student entering any post-secondary Lethbridge College program (full-time) directly from high school on the basis of outstanding academic achievement.

Awarded to a student entering (full-time) the Bachelor of Applied Corrections degree program directly after completing the Correctional Studies diploma at Lethbridge College with a GPA of 2.5 or better. The recipient will have demonstrated team building and leadership skills as well as a concern for others.

Awarded to a student entering a Lethbridge College post-secondary program on a full-time basis. Selection will be based on academic achievement in high school or upgrading and financial need.

Awarded to a student entering a Lethbridge College post-secondary program (full-time) on the basis of academic achievement in high school.

Awarded for outstanding academic achievement to a dependent/spouse of an active Lethbridge College Faculty member who is entering a Lethbridge College post-secondary program on a full-time basis.

Awarded to a dependent (child 25 years of age or younger and not married) or spouse of a current Lethbridge College employee (minimum of one year's service) entering a Lethbridge College post-secondary program on a full-time basis. Selection will be based on academic achievement prior to enrollment.

Awarded to a student entering a Lethbridge College post-secondary program on a full-time basis whose parents have not graduated from any post-secondary program/institution.

Awarded to an Alberta resident who is entering a Lethbridge College post-secondary program as a full-time student and who has demonstrated outstanding financial need.

Awarded to selected students entering any post-secondary program on a full-time basis at Lethbridge College who demonstrate outstanding financial need.

Awarded to a student entering any Lethbridge College post-secondary program on a full-time basis who demonstrated a minimum 75% average in high school and significant community/school involvement. A combination of these factors will be considered.

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Awarded to a continuing (January starter) Wind Turbine Technician student who demonstrates both financial need and academic performance.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Geomatics Technology student who demonstrates volunteerism and is also a resident of southern Alberta.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Child and Youth Care student who has demonstrated high achievement in Activity Leadership in Year I.

Awarded to a continuing full-time student who has participated in extracurricular activities at the college and demonstrated leadership through community service (either within the college or the community at large) in combination with academic achievement.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Environmental Assessment and Restoration student who demonstrated academic achievement and financial need.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Geomatics Technology student who demonstrated academic achievement and financial need.

Awarded to a full-time continuing student who demonstrates financial need and has overcome obstacles/adversity and demonstrates commitment to their post-secondary studies.

Awarded to a continuing full-time Business Administration student based on a combination of financial need, a GPA of 2.5 or better and either triumph over challenges or community service work which enriched the lives of others.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Child & Youth Care student based on a combination of financial need, a GPA of 2.5 or better and either triumph over personal challenges or community service work which enriched the lives of others.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Practical Nursing student based on a combination of financial need, a GPA of 2.5 or better and either triumph over challenges or community service work which enriched the lives of others.

Awarded to the continuing (full-time) Child and Youth Care student who has demonstrated the most commitment to the Child and Youth Care profession.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Child and Youth Care student who is a member of the Alberta Child and Youth Care Association and who demonstrated competence and professionalism in their field placement as well as academic proficiency.

Awarded to a continuing Interior Design Technology student who has demonstrated community involvement (as per the awards application).

Awarded to a continuing full-time Computer Information Technology student who has completed the first year of the program with outstanding academic achievement.

Awarded to a continuing full-time Culinary Careers student who has demonstrated a combination of both a strong academic record and financial need.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Agriculture Enterprise Management student who demonstrates financial need and academic achievement. Preference will be given to students with work experience in the farming industry.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Agriculture Sciences student who demonstrates financial need and achieved high marks in BIO 1175 (Animal Science) and ACC 1170 (Financial Accounting I). Preference will be given to students who have work experience in the farming industry.

Awarded to a continuing full-time student in Business Administration. The recipient must demonstrate financial need, have high marks in both BUS 1177 (Entrepreneurship) and BUS 1180 (Microeconomics). Preference will be given to students who meet these requirements and who have work experience in the farming industry.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Agriculture Sciences Plant and Soil student for academic achievement and a demonstrated interest in crop protection and agronomy. This interest is to be demonstrated through an essay response on the awards application.

Awarded to a continuing full-time Engineering Design and Drafting student who achieved the highest overall GPA in the first year of the program.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) student who demonstrates a consistent caring attitude and enthusiasm for the Nursing profession upon completion of the first year of the NESA program.

Awarded to a mature College and University Preparatory Upgrading student with dependents. Recipient must be continuing on in the College and University Preparatory Upgrading program. Financial need must be demonstrated.

Awarded to a student continuing into the second year of General Studies (any major) on the basis of academic success and leadership/volunteerism in Lethbridge College or the greater community.

Awarded to a continuing full-time student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who has demonstrated exemplary leadership/volunteerism/mentorship in the community or college setting (reference letters required).

Awarded to a full-time continuing Lethbridge College environmental science student who is an active member of the Student DU committee; recipient must have a GPA of 2.5 or better.

Awarded to a student who has completed the Fashion Design and Sustainable Production program and demonstrated collaboration and other teamwork related traits in combination with industry/career related promise. Recipient cannot receive any other Lethbridge College awards in the same year.

Awarded to the student with the highest academic achievement upon graduation from the second year of the Educational Assistant program.

Awarded to a graduate of Ag/Heavy Equipment Technology, for overall highest GPA.

Awarded to a graduating Administrative Office Professional student with a GPA of at least 3.0 who showcases the best potential for success as demonstrated through overall aptitude, collaborative nature, and enthusiasm shown through active classroom participation.

Awarded to four graduating post-secondary students for very high academic standing overall on completion of their Lethbridge College program. This award is second only to the single Board of Governors/Governor General Bronze medal scholarship.

Awarded to a student who demonstrated academic achievement upon completion of the Agricultural/Heavy Equipment Certificate. Financial need will also be considered.

Awarded to an Administrative Office Professional program student based on academic achievement, who demonstrates a high level of commitment and effort through regular attendance and participation and shows genuine concern for fellow students.

Awarded to a Lethbridge College graduate who has completed a post-secondary program with a minimum GPA of 3.0, and who is continuing on full-time at any post-secondary institution.

Awarded to the Lethbridge College graduating student who has demonstrated the most outstanding academic achievement in post-secondary at the institutional level. This award accompanies the Governor General Bronze Medal.

Awarded to a (full-time) student graduating from a Lethbridge College program on the basis of academic achievement.

Awarded to a graduate of the Digital Communications and Media program (Digital Journalism stream), for academic excellence.

Awarded to a student graduating from the Massage Therapy diploma program for demonstrated clinical excellence.

Awarded to the Massage Therapy student graduating with the highest academic achievement in the program.

Awarded to a student who demonstrates skill in writing, production, design and presentation across all Lethbridge Campus Media (LCM) and related activities. Recipient will have demonstrated through volunteering, teamwork and attitude and will have provided excellent customer service and professional conduct in dealing with LCM clients.

Awarded to a full-time DCM student for participation in the Mortgage Centre Home Renovation TV series. Recipients must be part of the group selected as the winning team.

Awarded to a student that shows outstanding academic achievement, professional excellence and comprehensive understanding of interactive media.

Awarded to a student for academic achievement upon completion of the Early Childhood Education diploma. Recipient must have achieved the highest mark in ECE 2270 (Inclusion of Children with Special Needs) and demonstrated genuine interest and competence in working with individuals with developmental disabilities.

Awarded to a student in the final year of Conservation Enforcement in recognition of his/her interest in the preservation of hunting heritage, game management and conservation. Preference should be given to students who demonstrate an interest in spending time with family and friends in the Rocky Mountains.

Awarded to a student who has achieved a minimum GPA of 3.0 and a minimum of B+ in Marketing Logistics upon completion of Business Administration Year II.

Awarded to a graduate of the Agriculture Sciences (Animal Science Major) who demonstrated significant scholastic improvement and personal growth over the course of the two year diploma program. This achievement may be evidenced by grades, increased collaboration or participation in class or through other observations.

Awarded to a student who demonstrated grit and determination in overcoming challenges, and compassion and helpfulness to fellow students upon completion of the Agricultural/Heavy Equipment Certificate.

Awarded to a graduating Business Administration student for achieving academic excellence while a full-time student.

Awarded to a graduate of the Agricultural Science Diploma program who has been involved in campus or community activities. Recipient must come from a rural background and be continuing into a degree-granting program.

Awarded to a graduate from the Interior Design Technology program who has demonstrated skill, creativity, and outstanding academic achievement in senior studio design courses. The student also displays a high level of commitment and effort through regular attendance, class participation, and genuine concern for fellow students.

Awarded to a graduate of the second year of NESA who consistently demonstrated the attitude that "the core of Nursing is caring."

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