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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.
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.
Eating better means studying better. The Luther Cafeteria offers fresh, healthy, nutritious meals seven days a week with a self-serve “all-you-care-to-eat” concept students prefer.
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!
Luther College students are U of R students and receive all the same benefits. Upon graduation you will receive a U of R degree.
Luther students can register in Arts, Science, or Media, Art, and Performance. Luther students are U of R students and receive a U of R degree.
Luther College is the first choice for high school to university transition. Enjoy all the benefits of a larger campus, without feeling lost in the crowd. Our community is full of caring mentors and peers to ensure a positive student experience.
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A $2,000 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.
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.
A $1000 award is open to entering and continuing students in all disciplines in the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Science including undeclared majors. This award honours the work of Luther College faculty who consider deep questions about religion, science, and society in their teaching and research. Applicants must demonstrate academic excellence and provide a two-paragraph statement describing what they are curious about and hope to discover through their studies.
A $1,400 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.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) funds a bursary of $500 to an entering or continuing student who intends to pursue leadership in ministry, and is an active member of an ELCIC congregation.
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.
A $2,000 scholarship is awarded to an entering Media, Art, and Performance student who demonstrates academic excellence.
A $600 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.
A $600 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.
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.
The Luther University Student Association (LUSA) funds a $900 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. Students must provide a letter of reference from an advisor, guidance counsellor, or an official who can comment on their participation.
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 University of Regina International Award are not eligible for this award.
A $1,500 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 University of Regina International Award are not eligible for this award.
“There is nothing more important than education: there is no better way to improve economic inequality, support sustainability, and create civically and globally minded leaders who care for the world around them. Luther College’s vocation is to do just that – bring hope and renewal to the world.” Rev. Dr. Marc Jerry, President of Luther College
5 - $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to entering students with an admission average of 80% or higher. Provide 2 paragraphs on how you will use your time at Luther College to discover your vocation and make a difference in the world.
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.
Luther College partners with multiple Regina-area high schools to provide up to $1,500 in awards (with a maximum of $500 per recipient). To be considered, students must be in the graduating class, be admitted to Luther College in the fall or winter semester immediately following Grade 12 completion, and register and maintain nine or more credit hours. Students may apply at their high school in the spring of their Grade 12 year, and a high school award 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.
An $1,400 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.
NOTE: Recipients of the University of Regina Entrance Scholarship, UR Circle of Scholars Scholarship, the University of Regina Out of Province Entrance Scholarship, and the University of Regina International Award are not eligible for this award.
A $1,100 scholarship is awarded to an entering or continuing student who shows proficiency in music and high academic achievement.
A $500 scholarship (awarded in odd numbered years only) is given to a 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.
A $500 award is awarded to an entering student majoring in a discipline in the humanities who demonstrates financial need. This scholarship was established by Barry Vall in honour of his mother. Mr. Vall attended Luther College at the University of Regina and lived in the residence.