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Application-Based Scholarships

Thanks to the generosity of our donors and the Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity Scholarship Program we are pleased to offer Application-Based Scholarships to Carlton Trail College Students.

Application-based scholarships are awarded based on need (financial), merit (community involvement, academic achievement, overcoming a personal circumstance, volunteer work, etc.) or a combination of need and merit.

Application-based scholarships are open to full-time students who are enrolled in or who have started and completed a full-time Carlton Trail College Post-Secondary Program of 12 weeks or longer that started in the 2020 calendar year or a diploma program that continues in the 2020 calendar year.

If a donor specifies sponsoring a scholarship(s) for a particular Carlton Trail College Post-Secondary Program of 12 weeks or less, applicants in said program would be eligible for only that/those program specific scholarship(s).

A full-time student is defined as a student who is taking 60% or more of a full load of classes. If a student has a permanent disability, full-time is considered to be 40% or more of a full load of classes.

Students who are enrolled as a part-time student in a full-time Carlton Trail College Post-Secondary program of 12 weeks or longer are eligible to apply in their second year of part-time classes.

A part-time student is defined as a student who is taking less than 60% of a full load of classes. If the student has a permanent disability, part-time is considered to be less than 40% of a full load.

Students who have previously received an application-based scholarship (need, merit or combined need and merit) are ineligible to apply.

Students wishing to be considered for scholarships that are based on need must submit the appropriate financial documentation.

Applications are individually scored by each member of the Carlton Trail College Scholarship Committee. The individual scores are combined, averaged and ranked.

Award winners are selected based on the specific criteria established by the donor.

If a student qualifies for more than one application-based scholarship, the largest scholarship that the student qualifies for will be awarded and the next largest scholarship will be awarded to the next highest scoring student that qualifies.

Early application scholarships, application-based scholarships and performance-based scholarships are considered separately. Students are eligible to receive only one award in each category.

Students in the following full-time programs are eligible to apply for the 2020 Carlton Trail College Application-Based Scholarships:

Eligible Program Program Start Program End
Business Certificate (Year 1) - Humboldt September 2020 June 2021
Office Administration - Humboldt September 2020 June 2021
Continuing Care Assistant - Humboldt September 2020   June 2021
 Continuing Care Assistant - Wynyard  September 2020 June 2021
Electrician - Humboldt August 2020 December 2020
Power Engineering Technician September 2020  June 2021
Power Engineering 3rd Class September 2020 December 2020
Practical Nursing February 2019 December 2020
Welding (Applied) October 2020 March 2021

Note:  Students enrolling in the Industrial Mechanics program that starts January 2021 and Plumbing and Pipefitting Program that starts in January 2021 will be eligible to apply in 2021. 

A copy of the 2020 Scholarship Application Form will be available here in September 2020.

The deadline to apply for the 2020 Application-based Scholarships is Thursday, October 15, 2020; 12:00 pm.

Carlton Trail College scholarships are made possible through generous donations from…

…and the Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity Scholarship Program.

If you have any questions or would like to…

…contact…

Carlton Trail College Student Awards Program
 
 
Charitable Registration Number:   10687 5123 RR0001