This year, Lethbridge College students will receive well over $1.5 million in scholarships and awards.

With just one online application, you can apply for all of the awards and scholarships you may be eligible for within our Lethbridge College awards program. A few minutes of your time may help you fund your future.

  • This opportunity opens March 1 of each year, 
  • It closes for continuing and graduating students May 1. (Continuing status applies to students choosing a major within a program.)
  • It closes July 15 for students entering the college for the first time, switching to a new program (not changing majors), or for those who began their current college program in January of the current year. 

Nursing and After-Degree Nursing students who wish to be considered for academic achievement based entrance awards (Scholarships) must send transcripts to awards@lethbridgecollege.ca as the College does not have access to those records. These must be received prior to the application deadline. Nursing and After Degree Nursing students who have finished their time with the College should be applying to the University of Lethbridge for transfer awards as they don't fit into the continuing at LC or graduating from LC categories. 


Lethbridge College Awards Application

The application for Lethbridge College awards is now closed. The application will open again March 1st.  Successful applicants will be contacted through the mail.

 Please note - all Lethbridge College Entrance and Continuing awards are contingent on FULL-TIME enrolment in the fall term and are credited to student accounts once the recipient has made that request to payfees@lethbridgecollege.ca 


Provincial awards

Please not that Alberta residency is based on the provincial government's definition - for example, for 'dependent' students it is required that the parent(s) also reside in Alberta - again, visit Student Aid for more information.

 

  •  Jason Lang and Louise McKinney scholarships are restricted to Alberta residents currently registered with the nominating institution (the full criteria for both scholarships can be found on Student Aid Alberta).
  • Recent changes to that program mean that students who have just transferred to the college must check in with us  to see what is required in order to be considered/nominated. (This would include sending us the relevant proof of marks necessary)

Current students who qualify for either scholarship are nominated by our office based on college/received data. However, we may need additional data from you so please continue to monitor your '@lethbridgecollege.ca' email account for messages from awards@lethbridgecollege.ca.  Failure to respond means missing out on being nominated. 

Indigenous Careers Award

  • Indigenous students in credit programs may be eligible for this $2000/term award. 
  • There are application deadlines and criteria restrictions so be sure to check with us or Indigenous Services for those dates, facts, and the application. 
  • Information on this award is posted on Canvas during application periods.
  • This award is based on a limited allocation so restrictions may need to be imposed - award is not guaranteed.

Health Care Aid Certificate Bursaries (contingent on availability and administered by Norquest)

Our Health Care Aid students are eligible for up to $9000 in bursary funds administered by the province. 


Lethbridge College administered awards

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Awarded to the welding apprentice viewed as the best overall from second year.

Awarded to an Electrical apprenticeship student continuing into 4th year, based on a combination of financial need, marks of 70% or better, and either triumph over personal challenges or community service work which enriched the lives of others as perceived by faculty.

Awarded to a student entering the Culinary Arts program who demonstrates outstanding financial need.

Awarded to a student entering the Criminal Justice - Policing program (full-time) who has demonstrated financial need and who has overcome some other obstacle as well (family, academic, etc.) in order to pursue policing education.

Awarded to an Environmental Science student from southern Alberta entering the Bachelor of Ecosystems Management program (full-time). Selection will be based on demonstration of Fish and Wildlife experience or related career plans.

Awarded to an adult student who has struggled to complete the necessary upgrading to be accepted into a two-year post-secondary Lethbridge College program (full-time). Financial need will be considered.

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

Awarded to a student entering the Agriculture Sciences program (full-time) based on demonstration of financial need and academic achievement. Preference will be given to those with work experience in the farming industry.

Awarded to a student entering Business Administration (full time) who demonstrates both financial need and academic achievement. Preference will be given to students who have work experience related to the farming industry.

Awarded to a student entering a post-secondary program (full-time) who demonstrates outstanding financial need.

Awarded to a plumbing apprentice student who is continuing from year 1 to year 2, for academic merit.

Awarded to a student who is entering Lethbridge College for the first time in any full-time post-secondary program. Selection will be based upon the demonstration of an interest in Czechoslovakian history/culture.

Awarded to a continuing student upon completion of second year Welding Apprenticeship who achieved the highest overall mark in Theory and Practical on the Government Apprenticeship exam.

Awarded to a welding apprentice who is continuing into third year or who has just graduated for outstanding merit. Preference will be given to an individual living within 100 km of Lethbridge.

Awarded to a student entering Business Administration, full-time, who demonstrates outstanding financial need.

Awarded to a student entering the 2nd or 3rd year of the Parts Apprenticeship program. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and outstanding performance and live within 100 KM of Lethbridge. (Preference given to employees of Dunlop Ford.)

Awarded to a student entering a Lethbridge College post-secondary program (full-time) for the first time who demonstrates financial need.

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

Awarded to a continuing Heavy Equipment apprentice for outstanding achievement in first year. Recipient must reside within 100 km of Lethbridge College.

Awarded to a continuing Parts apprentice for outstanding achievement in first year. Recipient must reside within 100 km of Lethbridge College.

Awarded to a graduate of the plumbing apprenticeship program. Recipient will be chosen based on academic achievement and must also reside in Lethbridge.

Sponsored by the Kodiaks Association - this scholarship is awarded to the Women's Volleyball student athlete who loves the game, commits to her teammates and has that personality that everyone wants to be around- just like Emmalee. Because this award is based on past performance it is awarded in the form of a cheque even if the selected recipient is continuing studies at the College.

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 an Heavy Equipment Apprentice student for excellence upon completion of the 3rd year. Selected Recipient must live within a 100 km radius of Lethbridge.

Awarded to a Lethbridge College post-secondary student who is a member of the Kodiak Cross Country Running team. Preference will be given to athletes that participate in both the fall and the winter. Recipient must also demonstrate academic achievement. The two disbursements may be awarded to the same student should sufficient achievement be demonstrated. Because this award is based on past performance it is awarded in the form of a cheque even if the selected recipient is continuing studies at the College.

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Recipient must be a full-time continuing student and demonstrate strong leadership aptitude through participation in school or community activities as well as financial need. Preference is for a student who is an ASET member.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Natural Resource Compliance student who has completed the first year with a minimum GPA of 2.0, who has demonstrated strong character and leadership.

Awarded to a continuing Computer Information Technology student who has demonstrated academic excellence upon completion of Year I.

Awarded to the top apprentice graduating from a particular apprenticeship trade (this award rotates across programs).

Awarded to a continuing full-time student from the city of Lethbridge who has demonstrated outstanding commitment in the Lethbridge College Practical Nursing program.

Awarded to any full-time Lethbridge College student upon completion of Year 1 of a minimum 2-year diploma program, who has demonstrated satisfactory academic achievement and financial need.

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

Awarded to a first year automotive service technician apprenticeship student who is a mature student, and who has demonstrated responsible management of tools, pride in workmanship and commitment to excellence in their repair work.

Awarded to an automotive service apprenticeship student who has completed third year with high marks in practical coursework in combination with demonstrated need, desire for excellence, and commitment to the trade in both school and work endeavors. This award is a Snap-On Tools gift certificate for $2500. Information on how to redeem this award is provided on the (enclosed) certificate. These awards fall outside the standard process so recipients of the Brian Kaltenbruner awards do not receive an EFT; please disregard that section of the letter only.

Awarded to a full-time student continuing in the Business Administration program who has overcome academic or personal obstacles (as per the awards application) in order to pursue post-secondary education.

Awarded to a full-time continuing (fall-term) student who has overcome academic or personal obstacles (as per the awards application) in order to continue their post-secondary education. Preference will be given to students who have also completed year one of AgENT (001).

Awarded to a continuing full-time student in Digital Communications and Media who has overcome academic or personal obstacles as per the awards application in order to continue their post-secondary education.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Engineering Design Technology student who has overcome academic or personal obstacles (as per information provided in the awards application) in order to continue post-secondary studies.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Interior Design Technology student who has overcome academic or personal obstacles (as per information provided in the awards application) in order to continue post-secondary studies.

Awarded to a continuing, full-time Therapeutic Recreation - Gerontology student who has overcome academic or personal obstacles (as per information provided in the awards application) in order to continue post-secondary studies.

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 Business student after successful completion of first year and based on volunteer/leadership activities either at the College or in their community.

Awarded to a Kodiak athlete at the college based on the demonstration of leadership, community involvement and/or volunteerism in combination with academic achievement. One award will go to a student athlete on a women's team and one will go to a student athlete on a men's team.

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 the welding apprentice viewed as the best overall from second year.

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 an Electrical apprenticeship student continuing into 4th year, based on a combination of financial need, marks of 70% or better, and either triumph over personal challenges or community service work which enriched the lives of others as perceived by faculty.

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 a Criminal Justice Diploma graduate who is entering a degree program in the fall term. Recipient must have demonstrated involvement in community activities while attending the college.

Awarded to a graduating Engineering Design and Drafting student for outstanding achievement in the Process Design II course (i.e., EDD 2280) and excellent in-class participation and teamwork during group work and/or projects. (Recipient may not receive any other Gas Liquids-sponsored award in the same year.)

Awarded to a graduating Engineering Design and Drafting student for outstanding academic achievement in Structural Design (i.e., CIV 2262) in combination with excellent in-class participation and teamwork during group work and/or projects. The recipient of this award may not receive another Gas Liquids-sponsored award in the same award year.

Awarded to a graduating Agriculture Sciences diploma student who demonstrates financial need and academic achievement.

Awarded to a graduating B.Ag. Sc student who demonstrates financial need and outstanding academic achievement.

Awarded to student(s) graduating from the Wind Turbine Technician program in December and May for the demonstration of a high regard for safety.

The Governor General of Canada Collegiate Bronze medal is awarded for overall academic achievement upon graduation from a Lethbridge College post-secondary program. It is the most prestigious award that a student in a Canadian College can receive. At Lethbridge College this medal is accompanied by the Lethbridge College Board of Governors' Scholarship. The recipient may be invited to events where the dedication to studies that the medal represents is celebrated.

Awarded to a student in Ecosystems Management who has completed an appropriate fisheries related research project in Alberta in collaboration with the program. GPA will also be taken into consideration.

Awarded to a student graduating from the AG Heavy Equipment Technician Certificate program at Lethbridge College who demonstrates the best blend of academic achievement and student conduct.

Awarded to a graduate of the Administrative Office Professional program who demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to single custodial parent or mature student who returned to school after a significant absence.

Awarded to a graduating Interior Design Technology student who demonstrates academic achievement, financial need and who has enrolled in a post secondary institution in pursuit of an Interior Design technology related degree.

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 Digital Communication and Media, who has achieved academic excellence.

Awarded to a graduate of Digital Communications and Media for achievement of the highest level of academic excellence.

Awarded to a graduate of either Agriculture Science or Ag/Heavy Equipment Technology, for overall highest GPA. This award alternates between the two programs annually.

Awarded to a graduating Practical Nursing program student for the demonstration of 'caring and kindness' to fellow students, exemplary leadership and an interest in lifelong learning.

Awarded to a graduating Administrative Office Professional student with a GPA of at least 3.0 who demonstrates the best potential for success via 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 graduating with a Culinary Arts diploma who best demonstrated leadership and mentorship throughout the program.

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

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 an Administrative Office Professional program student based on academic achievement, who also demonstrates a high level of commitment and effort through regular attendance, participation and 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 is selected to receive the Governor General Bronze Medal.

Awarded to a graduating student who has achieved Honors with Great Distinction - President's List academic standing and who has made significant contributions to the college or wider community. All graduation requirements must be completed by August 31st. The recipient must also exemplify the leadership and ambassador qualities of our alumni community. Recipient will give the Valedictorian Address at the Graduation Ceremony and will be presented a medal.

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