Entrance Awards

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Entrance Awards

Alice May & Violet Ann Weston Bursary

A $1,500 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.

Caroline Niebergall Scholarship

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.

Dr. Rex Schneider University Scholarship

A $1,000 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.

ELCIC Bursary

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.

Indigenous Awards

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.

James Kurtz Memorial Scholarship in Media, Art, and Performance

A $1,500 scholarship is awarded to an entering Media, Art, and Performance student who demonstrates academic excellence.

Laurence M. Maxwell Memorial Scholarship

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.

Liefeld Music Scholarship

A $500 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

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.

LUSA Student Leadership & Community Involvement Award

The Luther University Student Association (LUSA) funds a $1,000 entrance award. The criteria includes demonstrated financial need, an entering average of 75% or higher, and participation in leadership opportunities through their school, church, or community.  

Luther College Best Senior Project Award(s)

As a liberal arts & science college, Luther values the intellectual, social, and community development skills that are developed through participating in science fairs and wishes to recognize the outstanding participants. The value of the award(s) is a $50 University of Regina Bookstore gift card and Luther College merchandise to the top four participants in the category of “Best Senior Project” at the Regina Regional Science Fair.  Prize winners who subsequently attend the University of Regina through Luther College in the Fall semester directly following their high school graduation will receive an additional $500 applied to their first semester’s tuition.  No application is required. 

Luther College Entrance Awards

Several awards of up to $750 are awarded to entering students with a scholarship average of 80% or higher. Recipients of the University of Regina Entrance Scholarship, UR Circle of Scholars Scholarship, the University of Regina Out of Province Entrance Scholarship, and the former Centennial Merit/Centennial Merit Plus Scholarship are not eligible for this award.

Luther College High School Scholarship

A $1,000 scholarship is awarded to an entering student from Luther College High School who enrolls in Luther Science and demonstrates academic excellence. Recipients of the University of Regina Entrance Scholarship, UR Circle of Scholars Scholarship, the University of Regina Out of Province Entrance Scholarship, and the former Centennial Merit/Centennial Merit Plus Scholarship are not eligible for this award.

Mature Student Scholarship

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.

Partnership Awards

Luther College partners with several Regina-area high schools to provide up to $1,500 in awards to a minimum of three students per school to graduating students who register at Luther College in the Fall semester immediately following Grade 12 completion. Students must register in at least nine credit hours. Students apply at their high school in Spring of their Grade 12 year, and the school’s awards committee determines eligibility criteria and recipients. Partner schools include Balfour Collegiate, Campbell Collegiate, Central Collegiate, Johnson Collegiate, Martin Collegiate, Sheldon Williams Collegiate, Thom Collegiate, Greenall High School, Lumsden High School, Luther College High School, Regina Christian School, and Regina Huda School.

Pre-Professional Entrance Scholarship

An $850 scholarship is awarded to an entering student with a pre-professional major. Criteria includes academic performance and demonstrated commitment to the program of study. The student must arrange for a supporting letter to be sent from an individual to the Luther College Academic Office who can comment on the student’s commitment to the chosen profession. The student must also outline relevant interests, and experience in the application.  Recipients of the University of Regina Entrance Scholarship, UR Circle of Scholars Scholarship, the University of Regina Out of Province Entrance Scholarship, and the former Centennial Merit/Centennial Merit Plus Scholarship are not eligible for this award.

Residence Award(s) for Indigenous Students

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.

Residence Award(s) for Students in La Cité universitaire francophone

Luther College will provide $2,500 award(s) each semester (fall and winter) toward residence accommodation and meal plan costs for a non-Regina, Luther College student registered through La Cité universitaire francophone for their first year.  The student must 1) demonstrate financial need, 2) provide a personal statement outlining why they selected Luther College as a campus, 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. 

Residence Award(s) for Students in the Faculty of Arts

Luther College will provide $2,500 award(s) each semester (fall and winter) toward residence accommodation and meal plan costs for a non-Regina, Luther College student registered through the Faculty of Arts for their first year.  The student must 1) demonstrate financial need, 2) provide a short personal statement outlining why they selected Luther College as a campus, 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. 

Residence Award(s) for Students in the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance

Luther College will provide $2,500 award(s) each semester (fall and winter) toward residence accommodation and meal plan costs for a non-Regina, Luther College student registered through the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance for their first year.  The student must 1) demonstrate financial need, 2) provide a short personal statement outlining why they selected Luther College as a campus, 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. 

Residence Award(s) for Students in the Faculty of Science

Luther College will provide $2,500 award(s) each semester (fall and winter) toward residence accommodation and meal plan costs for a non-Regina, Luther College student registered through the Faculty of Science for their first year.  The student must 1) demonstrate financial need, 2) provide a personal statement outlining why they selected Luther College as a campus, 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. 

Robert & Gertrude Wagner Music Scholarship

A $1,000 scholarship is awarded to an entering or continuing student who shows proficiency in music and high academic achievement.