By attending university you are making a financial investment in your future and it's important to consider how you will pay for your education. There are various sources of income available, including:
- UofL Scholarships and Awards
- External Scholarships
- Student Loans
- Student Lines of Credit - ask at your personal bank
|ATB Financial||Royal Bank|
|Bank of Montreal||Scotiabank|
|CIBC||TD Canada Trust|
Personal Financial Consultations
Should you require assistance with your finances please contact our office.
Co-operative Education provides an opportunity for students to create an experience that combines real-world work experience with academic studies. The program works to create a partnership between students, the university, and the employer, to offer students an extended learning environment, and the ability to network with employers.
- On-campus employment There are many opportunities for students on campus including lifeguards, tour guides, theatre ushers and lab assistants.
- Off-campus employment
Lethbridge a city of approximately 94,000 (2015), and as such, boasts a variety of department stores, malls, and restaurants. Many students find part-time work in the retail and service industry in Lethbridge and area.