We can help you achieve your educational goals. A lack of financial support can be a barrier. Yukon College and our donors understand the value of an education. That's why we offer several financial awards to help support your educational and living costs. There are three types of awards:
Scholarship: A scholarship is given in recognition of academic excellence.
Bursary: A bursary is given based on demonstrated financial need.
Award: An award is a general category that may include a number of criteria such as community contributions, leadership, extra-curricular activities, academic achievement or financial need, among others.
All applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.0.
To learn more about an award and see whether you are eligible to apply, click on the award name. Each award has different criteria.
How to apply
To apply for any award or for multiple awards, there is a single application and waiver. Students will complete ONE application and waiver, identify the awards to which they are applying, and submit any additional application materials separately.
CHECK BACK FREQUENTLY! New awards are frequently added to this page.
Applications can be submitted in person at the Student Services Centre, Ayamdigut Campus, or electronically to email@example.com. For more information please contact the Student Services Centre at 867.668.8720.
In addition to the awards listed here, you may be eligible to receive financial assistance through Yukon Government programs and First Nation Funding programs. Visit the Financial Assistance page to learn more.
Leith Wheeler Investment Counsel Awards: $500
Application Deadline: Friday, September 29, 2017
Leith Wheeler Investment Counsel wishes to make fifteen (15) five hundred dollar ($500) awards available to students registered in one of Yukon College’s Indigenous Self Determination Programs: First Nations Governance and Public Administration, Heritage and Culture, First Nations Community Services Administration, Heritage and Culture Essentials Skills, First Nations Leadership Training.
- Canadian citizens or permanent residents;
- Currently registered in one of the five qualifying programs;
- Be in good academic standing;
- Demonstrated financial need;
- Submit 200 words detailing how the program would help the student’s career.
- 10 awards will be available for distribution to citizens of Champagne Aishihik and Carcross Tagish First Nations, as first priority;
- 5 awards will be available for distribution to citizens of any Yukon First Nation, as first priority;
- Any of the 15 awards can be made available to citizens of the Daylu Dena Council, the Taku River Tlingit First Nation and the Gwich’in Tribal Council, as a second priority;
- The following assessment of the 200 word submission will be applied: 20% on spelling and grammar; 80% on alignment of career goals to the program.
- The successful applicant will be chosen based on ability to meet stated criteria, citizenship, and demonstrated financial need. Citizenship takes precedence over demonstrated financial need.
- Completed application form
- Letter as detailed above
- Proof of registration