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
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Personal Financial Consultations
Should you require assistance with your finances please contact our office.
This is an option for Management and Arts and Science students who have completed at least one year of studies. Students on work terms (four to twelve months in length) are generally paid approximately $2,000 per month by their co-op employers. Many co-op students report that they have benefited from this on-the-job learning that is integrated with their studies. They also attest to the financial advantage co-op has afforded them.
- On-campus employment There are many opportunities for students on campus including lifeguards, tour guides, theatre ushers and lab assistants.
- Off-campus employment
Lethbridge is a city of 94,804 (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.