SCHOLARSHIPS



Student Assistantship Program

The College takes pride in the changing socio-economic mix of the student population. More and more, students from less-privileged backgrounds want to become part of the Concordia community through the increasing scholarship opportunities.

However, the sad reality remains that these students are not able to cope with non-tuition financial requirements, such as expenses for meals, transportation, class projects and activities, etc. on the other hand, the resources of the College are not enough to cover these items.

Given this scenario, there is a need to identify alternative sources of financial support for the students to prevent them from being disadvantaged.

In response to this need is the Student Assistantship Program (SAP).
The program is open to undergraduate and graduate students and will be housed in the Office of Admissions and Scholarships (OAS) because of its links to financial assistance.

The objectives of the Student Assistantship Program are as follows:

  • To provide financial assistance to students in need;
  • To assist students enhance marketability after graduation;
  • To assist students obtain practical/work skills and experience;
  • To assist students build inter-personal skills in the work environment;
  • To assist students in developing contacts, references, recommendations;
  • To provide an alternative source for temporary staff requirements of the College;
  • To provide the College an opportunity to scout for top student assistants for potential full-time job offers after graduation; and
  • To immerse students in the Concordia work environment.

Concordia Live Your Dreams Scholarship

The objectives of the Concordia Live Your Dream are as follows:

  • To provide financial assistance to students in need;
  • To assist students enhance marketability after graduation;
  • To assist students obtain practical/work skills and experience;
  • To assist students build inter-personal skills in the work environment;
  • To assist students in developing contacts, references, recommendations;
  • To provide an alternative source for temporary staff requirements of the College;
  • To provide the College an opportunity to scout for top student assistants for potential full-time job offers after graduation; and
  • To immerse students in the Concordia work environment.
    Two Divisions:
  • Full Scholarship Grant
  • Partial Scholarship Grant
    Retention Policy:
    This scholarship is evaluated on a semester-basis. Thus, students who would qualify for the same benefits are as follows:
  • For Full scholarship- GWA must be in the range of 1.0 – 1.25 and no grade should be lower than 2.0
  • For Partial scholarship- GWA must be in the range of 1.26 – 1.5 and no grade should be lower than 2.0