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.

Application period: 

  • The awards application has closed for this year and will re-open on March 1, 2020 for new and continuing students.

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 who is entering a Lethbridge College post-secondary program on a full-time basis, based upon involvement in community activities and commitment to his/her chosen career goal. Preference will be given to students 25 years of age or older.

Awarded to a Lethbridge College graduate who has completed a certificate or diploma program with outstanding academic achievement who is entering another Lethbridge College (accredited) program on a full-time basis.

Awarded to a student entering any post-secondary Lethbridge College program on a full-time basis. Recipients permanent address must be both rural and within the Lethbridge College Service Region. Recipients must also demonstrate financial need.

Awarded to students who have completed sufficient academic upgrading at Lethbridge College to enter a Lethbridge College Post Secondary program.

Awarded to a student entering the Nursing (NESA) program on a full-time basis who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement as well as financial need. Selection will be based on effort expended to get admitted to the program.

Awarded to the student entering Massage Therapy full-time with the highest marks in grade 12 level biology and English.

Awarded to a student entering the Business Administration program on a full-time basis who demonstrates outstanding financial need.

Awarded to a student entering a Lethbridge College post-secondary program on a full-time basis who demonstrates both outstanding financial need and academic achievement. Preference will be given to members of Lethbridge Oddfellows Lodge #2.

Awarded to a student who has relocated the greatest distance within Canada to attend (full-time) any post-secondary credit program at Lethbridge College.

Awarded to a student entering the Engineering Design and Drafting Technology program on a full-time basis for financial need in combination with academic performance.

To be awarded to the student entering the Educational Assistant program with the highest academic performance prior to enrollment.

Awarded to a student entering a program within the School of Media and Design (Interior Design, Digital Communications and Media, Multimedia Production, Architectural Animation and Virtual Reality) on a full-time basis who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to single custodial parents and/or those who have demonstrated community service/volunteer work.

Awarded to a full-time student who demonstrates financial need upon entering the first year of the Child & Youth Care program.

Awarded to a student entering the Early Childhood Education program (full-time) who demonstrates outstanding financial need upon entering the first year of the program.

Awarded to a student entering the Educational Assistant program (full-time) who demonstrates outstanding financial need upon entering the first year of the program.

Awarded to a student entering the Exercise Science program (full-time) who demonstrates outstanding financial need upon entering the first year of the program.

Awarded to a student entering the Practical Nursing program (full-time) who demonstrates outstanding financial need upon entering the first year of the program.

Awarded to a student entering the Therapeutic Recreation/Gerontology program (full-time) who demonstrates outstanding financial need upon entering the first year of the program.

Awarded to a student who has achieved academic excellence in either high school or academic upgrading who is entering the NESA Program.

Awarded to a student entering a Lethbridge College post-secondary program who demonstrates both outstanding financial need and academic achievement.

Awarded to a student entering (full-time) the Lethbridge College Ag Enterprise Management Diploma program. Awarded for academic achievement, it is preferred that the recipient also demonstrate financial need.

Awarded to an Indigenous student entering the Ag Sciences Diploma on a full-time basis. Recipient will be chosen based on a combination of both academic achievement and financial need.

Awarded to a student entering the Civil Engineering Technology Diploma program at Lethbridge College with outstanding financial need.

Awarded to a student entering Lethbridge College who is a graduate of a high school within either the Lethbridge Public School District #51 or Paliser School District, who has demonstrated academic proficiency and participation in extracurricular activities.

Awarded to a graduate of a Southern Alberta High School entering a full-time program of study at Lethbridge College.  Must have demonstrated achievement in athletics and contribution to community while in High School.

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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 continuing Agriculture Sciences student who is majoring in Plant and Soils who demonstrates strong academic achievement in combination with a passion for agriculture.

Awarded to a continuing (full-time) Business Administration student who demonstrates financial need (as per online awards application) and who hails from a rural community in Alberta.

Applicants must be continuing (full-time) into second year of the Criminal Justice Policing program with a GPA of 2.5 or better. Recipient will have demonstrated significant involvement in community service.

Awarded to a continuing Lethbridge College Exercise Science student in recognition for helping to create an engaging classroom environment while also demonstrating a particular interest and aptitude in Exercise Science.

Awarded to a first year full-time Multimedia Production student who has exemplified academic achievement, leadership and professional skills. While this award may be announced in the spring it will not be credited to the student's account until after July 1.

Awarded to a continuing full-time student who has achieved the highest academic standing in the first year of Business Administration. The top student continuing into each of the three majors (Marketing, Management and Accounting) is to be selected.

Awarded to the continuing full-time Nursing (NESA) student who achieves the highest cumulative GPA in the first year of the program.

Awarded to a continuing full-time General Studies student who demonstrates financial need as well as academic achievement. Preference is given to English Majors.

Awarded to a full-time continuing student in any Lethbridge College post-secondary program who is enrolled in the student benefit plan, from those the two with the highest marks will be selected.

Awarded to a continuing full-time student in Engineering Design and Drafting for the highest academic achievement in the Technical Drawing course (i.e., EDD 1160). The recipient of this award may not receive another Gas Liquids-sponsored award in the same award year.

Awarded to a continuing General Studies student after successful completion of first year and based on volunteer/leadership activities either at the College or in their community.

Awarded to the continuing General Studies student who has completed at least 30 credits in the diploma while demonstrating academic excellence. Student cannot receive another award for similar criteria.

Awarded to a continuing full-time Business Administration student who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to any eligible student who is also a Kodiak athlete.

Awarded to a student continuing from year 3 of Ecosystems Management to year 4 for undertaking an appropriate fisheries related research project in Alberta. GPA will also be taken into consideration. *Note: a change to the nature of the project after its initial submission may result in the award being rescinded - check with program before making any changes.

Awarded to a continuing full-time student who has successfully completed year 3 of the Ecosystems Management - Bachelor of Applied Science program and who has achieved high marks in fisheries related courses.

Awarded to a continuing full-time Lethbridge College Agriculture Science student (Plant and Soil Major) after the completion of at least 2 full terms for the best combination of communication skills and classroom or extracurricular leadership as demonstrated during the first year of the program.

Awarded to a continuing full-time Business Administration student (General Major) for successful completion of first year. The recipient will have demonstrated a combination of both academic achievement and financial need.

Awarded to continuing full-time Lethbridge College Agriculture Sciences students demonstrating financial need who are residents or descendants of rural Alberta residents of the Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta. This area includes Nanton in the north, Waterton in the south, Grassy Lake in the east and Crowsnest Pass in the west. Applicants should have made clear their plans as they relate to their commitment to establish their careers and homes in rural southwestern Alberta.

Awarded to a continuing Business Administration student for a combination of variables including: demonstrating financial need, being residents of rural Alberta of the Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta. This area includes Nanton in the north, Waterton in the south, Grassy Lake in the east and Crowsnest Pass in the west. Applicants must provide a summary of their career plans as they relate to their strong commitment to establish their careers and domiciles in rural southwestern Alberta.

Awarded to continuing Environmental Sciences student for a combination of variables including: demonstrating financial need, being residents of rural Alberta of the Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta. This area includes Nanton in the north, Waterton in the south, Grassy Lake in the east and Crowsnest Pass in the west. Applicants must provide a summary of their career plans as they relate to their strong commitment to establish their careers and domiciles in rural southwestern Alberta.

Awarded to continuing Nursing student for a combination of variables including: demonstrating financial need, being residents of rural Alberta of the Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta. This area includes Nanton in the north, Waterton in the south, Grassy Lake in the east and Crowsnest Pass in the west. Applicants must provide a summary of their career plans as they relate to their strong commitment to establish their careers and domiciles in rural southwestern Alberta.

Awarded for academic achievement to a continuing, full-time status, post-secondary student registered with Accessibility Services and who is a Southern Alberta resident.

Awarded to a student continuing full-time within the Geomatics Technology program at Lethbridge College based on academic achievement.

Awarded to an continuing (full-time) student who has achieved academic excellence in the first year of the Agriculture Sciences program. Alberta residency and financial need must also be demonstrated.

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."

Awarded to a graduate from the Interior Design Technology program who has demonstrated skill, creativity and innovation in the use of a variety of architectural software tools from the schematic and ideation stages to digital production and animation. The recipient has also displayed a high level of commitment to Global issues such as biomimicry, sustainability, and universal design.

Awarded to a graduating Fashion Design and sustainable Production program student who is selected by faculty based upon all the criteria as required by the donor. (The specific requirements will be made available in class.)

Awarded to a (full-time) Lethbridge College student graduating from the Interior Design Technology for the demonstration of professionalism in the classroom.

Awarded to a student graduating from the Lethbridge College Civil Engineering Diploma program with the highest academic achievement.

Awarded to a student upon completion of the Agricultural and Heavy Equipment certificate program, who has demonstrated leadership qualities in the classroom as well as participation in campus activities.

Presented to a Leo Club member who has demonstrated academic achievement and who has actively participated in community and volunteer work, upon completion of the Criminal Justice program.

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