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Continuing Student Application

Did You Know?

  • To enroll as a Luther College student, simply fill out the University of Regina application form and select Luther as your campus of choice.

  • Luther College appeals to students who want to study in a safe, nurturing, and inclusive environment. We welcome students of all faiths, ethnicities, backgrounds, religions, genders, and sexual orientations.

  • Luther College offers Bundles programs that group together first-year students and classes to give you a great start and help ease the transition from high school to university.

  • Every degree program at Luther College offers a study abroad option and an optional EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING COMPONENT where you gain real world experience and get paid while going to school!

  • Our student residence, The Student Village at Luther College, is a great place for student athletes to call home. The U of R Kinesiology Building is footsteps away with its Olympic size pool, gymnasium, and health centre.

  • Luther College students are eligible for an additional $100,000 in academic awards – in addition to scholarships and bursaries awarded by the U of R.

  • Our student residence, The Student Village at Luther College, welcomes residents from ALL post-secondary institutions in Regina. Rooms come with a meal plan, free laundry, free wi-fi, and a great sense of community.

  • You can book a tour of Luther College, the U of R campus, and our student residence, The Student Village at Luther College, any time throughout the year. Contact our Recruitment Office at 1-306-206-2117.

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Continuing Student Application

All applicants must complete Part 1 - General Information, Part 2 - Award Details and Criteria, and Part 5 - Declaration.

You may be required to complete Part 3 - Statement and/or Part 4 - Finances if the award(s) you are applying for requires this information. Documents required for Part 3 - Statement can be uploaded as either a Word Document or PDF.

If you have any questions about the criteria for any of the awards, please contact:

Academic Office, Room 200
Luther College at the University of Regina, Regina, SK, S4S 0A2
Phone: 1-306-585-5444
Email: luther.registration@uregina.ca

If you are experiencing any technical difficulties with submitting your application, please send an email describing your issue to website@luthercollege.edu.

Part 1 - General Information

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  Luther Arts
  Luther Media, Art, and Performance
  Luther Science
  Luther La Cité universitaire francophone

Part 2 - Award Details & Criteria

Check each award for which you are applying. You may apply for more than one award.

  Alice May & Violet Ann Weston Bursary - $1,200

A $1,200 bursary is awarded to an entering or continuing female Luther registered student living in Luther's residence, The Student Village at Luther College, with the intention of studying law, business, nursing, or a health-related program. Applicants must outline future study plans in Part 3 of the scholarship application and indicate financial need. The late Rev. Dr. Walter Ellis (HS’53), an alumnus of Luther College High School, established this bursary in honour of his two aunts, Alice May, a secretary to Regina lawyer George Thorn, and Violet Ann Weston, a nurse. Both Alice and Violet were residents of the College dorms.

Complete Parts 3 and 4.

  Camilla McCabe Service to Society Award - $1,200

A $1,200 award is given to a Luther student who is actively engaged in a volunteer capacity whereby he or she is assisting those who are in need and is making a positive contribution to Luther College through his or her actions and/or involvement.

Complete Part 3.

  Carl and Irma Wagner Interdisciplinary Scholarship - $500

A $500 scholarship is awarded annually on the basis of academic merit to a continuing student with an interdisciplinary major (Environmental Studies, International Studies, Classical and Medieval Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies).

Complete Part 3.

  Caroline Niebergall Scholarship - $500

A $500 scholarship is awarded to an entering or continuing student in financial need who is preparing for Christian service and demonstrates good academic performance.

Complete Parts 3 and 4.

  Dr. Arthur Krentz Scholarship in Humanities - $850

An $850 scholarship is awarded to a continuing student majoring in the humanities, preferably philosophy, who demonstrates academic excellence. Dr. Krentz taught philosophy at Luther College from 1971 to 2005.


  Dr. Eugene W. Seitz Scholarship in Science - $550

A $550 scholarship is awarded to a continuing Luther student enrolled in the Faculty of Science with 60 or more credit hours, and demonstrates academic achievement as well as financial need. Dr. Eugene W. Seitz (HS’53) is an alumnus of Luther College High School and obtained a Ph.D. in Microbiology, Biochemistry, and Food Science and Technology from Oregon State University. He worked for over forty-five years as an industrial scientist, with a strong focus on Flavor Science and Technology, and discovered/devised, developed & established numerous factory processes which manufactured flavor ingredients (flavorants) or which modified dairy and other foods into flavor building blocks.

Complete Part 4.

  Dr. Paul Antrobus Scholarship in the Social Sciences - $500

A $500 scholarship is awarded annually to a continuing student majoring in a discipline in the social sciences (Psychology, Sociology, History, etc.). Please provide a synopsis (max. 2-3 paragraphs) of a paper you submitted for one of the courses in your major. Grade point average will be considered.

The late Dr. Paul Antrobus was a professor of Psychology at Luther College from 1973 - 2005. He was a larger than life personality who cared so deeply for his family, for the College, for his discipline of psychology, and always for his students. Dr. Antrobus, who passed away in 2015, will be remembered for his faith, his devotion to his fellow human being, his courage, and his great love of life.

Submit synopsis to Luther.Registration@uregina.ca with subject line "Luther Award Application."

  Dr. Rex Schneider University Scholarship - $600

A $600 scholarship will be given to an entering or continuing student who demonstrates financial need, academic achievement, and proven leadership qualities. Leadership can include roles within their high school, community, and/or place of worship. Dr. Schneider was the first President of Luther College.

Complete Parts 3 and 4.

  ELCIC Bursary - $850

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) funds a bursary of $850 to an entering or continuing student who intends to pursue leadership in ministry, and is an active member of an ELCIC congregation.

Complete Part 3.

  Emil & Natalie Krentz Humanities and Media, Art, and Performance Scholarship - $900

A $900 scholarship is awarded to a continuing student whose subject major is in the Humanities or Media, Art, and Performance. Eligible students must have completed at least 30 credit hours and attained an overall UGPA of at least 75%, and 75% in the major subject. Criteria are creative achievement, academic performance, and demonstrated commitment to the program of study. The student must arrange for a supporting letter to be sent directly from a university professor to the Luther College Academic Office assessing the quality of work. In addition, the student must outline relevant interests, goals, and experience in Part 3 of the scholarship application.

Complete Part 3 below and submit a letter of reference to Luther.Registration@uregina.ca with subject line "Luther Award Application."

  Emil Schiewe Memorial Scholarship - $500

A $500 scholarship is awarded to a continuing student who is majoring in religious studies and demonstrates academic excellence.


  George Gehrke Humanities Scholarship - $500

A $500 scholarship is awarded to a continuing student who has completed at least two years of study and whose subject major is in the humanities division (i.e. arts and culture, English, international studies, languages, linguistics, philosophy, religious studies or women's studies). The award is based on academic performance, breadth of interest and involvement, and community service.

Complete Part 3.

  Gordon & Leah Stevenson Memorial Scholarship - $1,000

A $1,000 scholarship is awarded to a science student who demonstrates financial need, shows energy and perseverance, and displays academic potential.

Complete Parts 3 and 4.

  Honours Psychology Scholarship (A) - $1,000

A $1,000 scholarship is awarded to an honours student in psychology who has completed at least 75 credit hours of study, attained a UGPA of 75% and a major GPA of 80%, intends to pursue clinical psychology, and is concerned for the psychological and spiritual welfare of others.

Complete Part 3.

  Honours Psychology Scholarship (B) - $900

A $900 scholarship is awarded to an honours psychology student who intends to pursue clinical psychology and is concerned for the psychological and spiritual welfare of others. If no suitable applicant applies, this scholarship will be awarded to a continuing psychology student who demonstrates academic ability, financial need, and involvement in Luther College activities.

Complete Parts 3 and 4.

  Indigenous Awards - Up to $2,000

Bursaries will be available (up to $2,000) for entering or continuing self-declared Indigenous students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree through Luther College. Students must demonstrate financial need. Preference for single parents. Provide a short paragraph outlining their story including who they are and where they come from.

Complete Parts 3 and 4.

Canadian Indigenous Status
By self-declaring as an Indigenous student, you will be considered for awards dedicated to Indigenous students.


  Laurence M. Maxwell Memorial Scholarship - $500

A $500 scholarship is awarded to an entering or continuing student from rural Saskatchewan, who has farm connections and demonstrates good character and industry, high academic potential, and indicates financial need.

Complete Parts 3 and 4.

  Leonard Krueger Scholarship - $500

A $500 scholarship is awarded to a continuing student who has completed at least one semester of university and intends to pursue a career in full-time Christian service, particularly in missions. Preference will be given to students enrolled in music, religious studies, or the health sciences.

Complete Part 3.

  Liefeld Music Scholarship - $400

A $400 scholarship is awarded to an entering or continuing student majoring in music who demonstrates academic excellence. Active in fostering a strong music program at Luther College, Mr. Liefeld was a member of the Regina Symphony Orchestra for many years.


  Liefeld-Taube Science Scholarship - $800

An $800 scholarship is awarded to an entering or continuing student majoring in a discipline in the Faculty of Science who demonstrates academic excellence. This scholarship was established by Mr. Paul Liefeld and Dr. Henry Taube. Mr. Liefeld taught chemistry at Luther College from 1930-1972. Dr. Taube, a student of Mr. Liefeld and an alumnus of the College, won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1985.


  Luther College Continuing Student Scholarships - Several awards up to $1,000

Several scholarships ($1,000 maximum) are awarded to continuing students on the basis of academic achievements. To be eligible, students must have completed at least one semester of university and have a UGPA of 80% or better.


  Martin Kovacs History Scholarship - $2,000

A $2,000 scholarship is awarded to a continuing student on the basis of academic merit and has completed at least two courses in European history beyond the introductory level. Preference will be given to history majors, but students from other disciplines who demonstrate a sustained interest in European history or have taken Luther College courses in European history or related fields are also encouraged to apply.


  Mature Student Scholarship - $1,000

A $1,000 scholarship is awarded to an entering or continuing student registered in at least 9 credit hours who is at least twenty-five years old. Applicants must demonstrate academic excellence and indicate financial need. Preference will be given to applicants who are raising families and/or have work commitments in addition to their studies.

Complete Parts 3 and 4.

  Part-time Scholarship - 2 @ $400

Two awards of $400 each may be awarded to Luther College students enrolled in 6 or fewer credit hours for the Fall semester. Eligible students must have completed at least 15 credit hours and attained a UGPA of 75%. Students registered in courses while in co-op work term are not eligible.


  Paul Antrobus Scholarship - $1,500

The late Dr. Paul Antrobus was a professor of Psychology at Luther College from 1973 - 2005. He was a larger than life personality who cared so deeply for his family, for the College, for his discipline of psychology, and always for his students. Dr. Antrobus, who passed away in 2015, will be remembered for his faith, his devotion to his fellow human being, his courage, and his great love of life.

Dr. Antrobus was a pioneer in community-engaged research. His contributions revolved around healing and caring for others. He led many workshops on holistic healing. Dr. Antrobus helped victims of sexual abuse and worked with the Regina Police Services on issues surrounding children’s justice. He used his expertise in the area of cross-cultural psychology to provide support to Indigenous communities throughout Saskatchewan.

A $1,500 scholarship is awarded to a continuing student majoring in Psychology. Please provide 1-2 paragraphs describing your current area of research and/or future career goals and aspirations within your program in Psychology. Grade point average will be considered.

Submit your 1-2 paragraphs to Luther.Registration@uregina.ca with subject line "Luther Award Application."

  Philip Assman Memorial Scholarship - $350

A $350 scholarship is awarded to a continuing student who is considering a church-related career. This scholarship was established from a bequest made by an early alumnus of Luther College.

Complete Part 3.

  Residence Award(s) for Indigenous Students - $2,500/semester

Luther College will provide $2,500 award(s) each semester for one year (fall and winter) toward residence accommodation and meal plan costs for self-declared entering or continuing Indigenous student(s) registered through Luther College. The student(s) must 1) demonstrate financial need, 2) provide a short paragraph outlining their story, including who they are and where they come from, and 3) complete an application for Luther's residence, The Student Village at Luther College, and pay the application fee prior to May 15. This award may not be redeemed for cash and applies only to residence and meal plan fees at Luther College. Preference will be given to the award recipients from the previous year if they re-apply and continue to meet the eligibility requirements.

Complete Parts 3 and 4.

Canadian Indigenous Status
By self-declaring as an Indigenous student, you will be considered for awards dedicated to Indigenous students.


  Robert & Gertrude Wagner Music Scholarship - $750

A $750 scholarship is awarded to an entering or continuing student who shows proficiency in music and high academic achievement.

Complete Part 3.

  Scholarship for Academic Dedication - $750

A $750 scholarship is awarded to a continuing student in Arts, Science, Media, Art, and Performance, or La Cité universitaire francophone who has completed at least one year of university with a UGPA of 75% or better, demonstrates academic dedication and is a worshipping member of a Christian congregation. A supporting letter from the pastor is required.

Complete Part 3 below and submit a letter of reference to Luther.Registration@uregina.ca with subject line "Luther Award Application."

  St. Mark's Lutheran Church Scholarship - $500

A $500 scholarship (awarded in odd numbered years only) is given to a continuing student who demonstrates financial need. Preference is given to a member of the Lutheran Church (ELCIC) preparing for the ministry or church-related work. This scholarship was established in 1981 by the congregation of St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Regina to mark the church's 25th Anniversary.

Complete Parts 3 and 4

  Wilfred & Edith Raths Scholarship - $500

A $500 scholarship is awarded to a continuing student majoring in psychology or sociology who demonstrates academic excellence. This scholarship is offered by the Raths.


  William & Erna Stan Memorial Scholarship - $700

An $700 scholarship is awarded to a continuing student who has completed at least two semesters of university. The award is based on academic standing, with priority given to students directing their studies to one of the health science disciplines.


Part 5 - Declaration

  Yes

By checking yes, you agree that you have answered all applicable questions and the answers given are correct. You understand that this information will be shared with the Awards Committee and other parties for the purpose of the administration of the awards. You give Luther College permission to publish your name, academic program, and any award received.

Personal information on this form is collected pursuant to the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA") and The Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act ("LAFOIP"). Luther College at the University of Regina will use your information for all administrative and academic matters and your information may be shared with the University of Regina.

Your information will remain confidential, and will only be used or disclosed as authorized under PIPEDA/LAFOIP.

Should you have any questions about the collection of information, please contact Luther College at the University of Regina at 1-306-585-5144.

Note: You will receive email confirmation that your awards application has been received. Please contact the Luther College Academic Office at 1-306-585-5444 or luther.registration@uregina.ca if you do not receive this information.