Earn up to $1,000!

Apply for uLethbridge admission by December 15

We know your education is a big investment.

That’s why we reward high school students who apply to uLethbridge early!

Our early admission deadline is December 15. Apply for admission before then, and you will be automatically considered for up to $1,000 with a Board of Governors' Admission Scholarship.

About the Admission Scholarship

To be eligible for the Board of Governors' Admission Scholarship you must:

  • Attend uLethbridge within five years of graduating high school AND without having studied at another post-secondary institution
  • Complete and submit your admission application to uLethbridge before December 15
  • Have a Grade 12 admission average of 80% or higher 

Not coming to uLethbridge directly from high school? That's okay! You can also apply for admission, housing, and/or a variety of awards and financial support.

Apply nowScholarships & awards

Apply for admission by December 15 and you will be automatically considered for the Board of Governors' Admission Scholarship. That's it. No separate application required!

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Yes! You can apply for variety of awards and scholarships, so apply every year! You're worth the extra effort!

How to apply for scholarships and awards

Find more uLethbridge student awards, scholarships and other student finance resources:

Scholarships & Student Finance

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