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There are many opportunities for students to earn and achieve financial support for post-secondary studies. 

Students should actively seek out and research all available financial support. They can see their guidance counselor for more details. As scholarships and bursaries have firm guidelines and application deadlines, students should leave themselves ample time to complete the application process. Students should make note of all deadlines and ensure they have all documentation in on time. There are many opportunities available for scholarship outside of grade 12 as well. It is never too soon to begin to seek out opportunities and to apply. 

A scholarship is awarded first on the basis of academic achievement while a bursary is awarded primarily on the basis of financial need. Neither has to be repaid. More Information is available from the Student Success Centre.

Many post-secondary institutes and scholarship granting agencies, require references. Teachers and administration write many letters for students. Being specific in the purpose of the reference letter and ensuring students allow ample time to
complete the letter is always very helpful and makes for a stronger reference in the end.

Post-Secondary Awards, Scholarships, Bursaries, and Financial Aid

  • Alexander Rutherford Scholarship
  • Alberta Scholarships
  • Education Matters (see Evan Clarke Memorial Scholarship on the right)
  • Calgary Foundation
  • Apprenticeship Scholarships
  • Bursaries and Scholarships for Indigenous Students: 
    • ALIS
    • Indigenous Student Supports
  • Alberta Post-Secondary Institution Scholarships and Bursaries
  • Disability WorldScholarships for Students with Disabilities 
  • Disability Awards - Scholarships for Students with Disabilities:
    • Students with Permanent Disabilities
    • Alberta Grants
  • Alberta Student Aid
  • Canada Student Loans
  • Universities Canada – Scholarship Partners Canada
  • Scholarships Canada
  • Campus Access
  • Advancing Futures Bursary: Funding and supports are available for youth who have been in care, as they pursue post-secondary studies and prepare for adulthood.  

Important - Alexander Rutherford Scholarship Application

In order to prepare for the 2020-21 academic year, the 2019-20 Alexander Rutherford High School Achievement Scholarship application will be closed on the Alberta Student Aid System on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

Here are some key points you can provide to students:

  1. Students will be able to login to their Alberta Student Aid accounts in early August to apply online for the new 2020-21 Alexander Rutherford High School Achievement Scholarship.
  2. Any “work in progress” applications students have not submitted to Alberta Student Aid will be closed on the system on April 30, 2020.These students will need to reapply when the new online application is available in early August. 

For more information on the Alexander Rutherford Scholarship, including eligibility and how to apply for this award, visit:


Scholarships

There are many opportunities for students to earn and achieve financial support for post-secondary studies. 

Students should actively seek out and research all available financial support. They can see their guidance counselor for more details. As scholarships and bursaries have firm guidelines and application deadlines, students should leave themselves ample time to complete the application process. Students should make note of all deadlines and ensure they have all documentation in on time. There are many opportunities available for scholarship outside of grade 12 as well. It is never too soon to begin to seek out opportunities and to apply. 

A scholarship is awarded first on the basis of academic achievement while a bursary is awarded primarily on the basis of financial need. Neither has to be repaid. More Information is available from the Student Success Centre.

Many post-secondary institutes and scholarship granting agencies, require references. Teachers and administration write many letters for students. Being specific in the purpose of the reference letter and ensuring students allow ample time to
complete the letter is always very helpful and makes for a stronger reference in the end.

Post-Secondary Awards, Scholarships, Bursaries, and Financial Aid

  • Alexander Rutherford Scholarship
  • Alberta Scholarships
  • Education Matters (see Evan Clarke Memorial Scholarship on the right)
  • Calgary Foundation
  • Apprenticeship Scholarships
  • Bursaries and Scholarships for Indigenous Students: 
    • ALIS
    • Indigenous Student Supports
  • Alberta Post-Secondary Institution Scholarships and Bursaries
  • Disability WorldScholarships for Students with Disabilities 
  • Disability Awards - Scholarships for Students with Disabilities:
    • Students with Permanent Disabilities
    • Alberta Grants
  • Alberta Student Aid
  • Canada Student Loans
  • Universities Canada – Scholarship Partners Canada
  • Scholarships Canada
  • Campus Access
  • Advancing Futures Bursary: Funding and supports are available for youth who have been in care, as they pursue post-secondary studies and prepare for adulthood.  

Important - Alexander Rutherford Scholarship Application

In order to prepare for the 2020-21 academic year, the 2019-20 Alexander Rutherford High School Achievement Scholarship application will be closed on the Alberta Student Aid System on Thursday, April 30, 2020.

Here are some key points you can provide to students:

  1. Students will be able to login to their Alberta Student Aid accounts in early August to apply online for the new 2020-21 Alexander Rutherford High School Achievement Scholarship.
  2. Any “work in progress” applications students have not submitted to Alberta Student Aid will be closed on the system on April 30, 2020.These students will need to reapply when the new online application is available in early August. 

For more information on the Alexander Rutherford Scholarship, including eligibility and how to apply for this award, visit:


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