Current undergraduate students who did not receive a renewable university entrance scholarship to attend Concordia University of Edmonton may be considered for a $1,500 In-Course Scholarship at the end of each academic year. Undergraduate student recipients must be working toward the completion of their first baccalaureate degree in an Arts, Management, or Science degree program; have completed a minimum of 24 credits in the qualifying year; earned a minimum overall GPA of 3.5; and be registered in a minimum of 80% of a full-course load (12 credits) in each semester. A limited number of awards are available each year and distributed equitably across each degree program based on enrolment. No application required. Concordia University of Edmonton identifies recipients after final grades have been released in May and notifies recipients in June.
This annual competitive awards program offers numerous scholarships for continuing and first year students who demonstrate scholastic achievement, volunteer/community service, leadership qualities, and/or financial need. The awards range in value from $350 – $3,000. The awards fall into three general categories: Service Leadership Awards Program Specific Awards Lutheran Awards Students can apply for these awards every year, including their first year, by submitting an online application, which is available from mid-November to January 15. Cash awards are presented each year at our Annual Awards Night which is held at the end of March. Deadline to apply: January 15.
A Bursary is an award that is given on the basis of financial need. Full-time students experiencing financial difficulties while attending Concordia University of Edmonton may apply for a bursary to supplement their existing funds. The program is funded by both Concordia University of Edmonton and private donors.
Each year Concordia University of Edmonton awards funds to outstanding undergraduate students enrolled in each Faculty. Awards are based on academic excellence according to criteria established in each Faculty. Cash awards are presented at our Annual Awards Night which is held at the end of March. No application required.
Governor General Academic Medal (Silver and Gold). A medal presented on behalf of and in the name of the Governor General of Canada to the student graduating with the highest academic standing in a baccalaureate degree program (Silver Medal) and a graduate degree program (Gold Medal). These medals are awarded for academic excellence and are presented at the May convocation.
Scholarships for students enrolled in a second degree program (After Degrees) are limited so students may need to consider other funding options.
Awards for Bachelor of Education After-Degree Students
Awards for Bachelor of Environmental Health After-Degree Students