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Program eligibility for Scholarship:

  1. Be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or have Refugee Status
  2. Be enrolled in an eligible program with a full-time course load (Any format)


Note: Students enrolled in Certificate Program, CPD or L.A.P.E.C. Co-op term are not eligible. 


What is a Scholarship? L.A.P.E.C. Scholarships are financial incentives offered to eligible students who have exceptional academic achievements. 


What is the criteria needed to qualify for a scholarship at L.A.P.E.C.?
An overall grade point average of 85% or above from your last year of Highest Canadian or Equivalent education is needed.

The maximum amount of scholarship per student? LAPEC may offer up to a $3,000* Scholarship.

Who is eligible for scholarships?

At L.A.P.E.C. we mean it when we say there is a scholarship out there for qualifying L.A.P.E.C. Students. Scholarships and financial awards are awarded at all levels for students of all disciplines and backgrounds.

L.A.P.E.C.  requires a formal application for consideration. The criteria for scholarships and financial awards varies.

  1. L.A.P.E.C. may consider excellent academic achievement as one requirement for eligibility.
  2. Students with specific talents can also meet award qualifications.


Will my Grade average effect my scholarship eligibility or application?

Your scholarship eligibility will depend on you to have or maintain a specific academic average.

When a scholarship asks for a GPA of 3.0 or 4.0, what percentage mark is that?

Grade Point Average (GPA) is based on a 4 or 5 point scale. A 3.0 or a 4.0 is the same thing as getting a ‘B’ or an ‘A’, which means the scholarship administrator is seeking an applicant with an overall grade in the 85%-90%+ range.

Can you apply for the scholarship before being accepted to the college?

No, unless otherwise stated. You must have applied to the college, and have been accepted in order to apply for scholarships and financial awards provided by the college.

Does the college look at the kind of high school you were in?

L.A.P.E.C. will not look at which high school you attended in order to decide if you should receive an award or not

Are there scholarships for those with hardships?
No, there are no scholarships for students in financial need or those living with an illness. This option is available in L.A.P.E.C. Bursaries
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What documents are required to apply? 
L.A.P.E.C. Awards Department will require the following information and documents to consider eligibility and make a decision:

1- Online Application form submission with all required information; (Deadline is 30 days prior to the end of enrollment date) 

2- A Copy of Official transcripts clearly indicating academic achievements from your last year of Highest Canadian or Equivalent education completed; or

3- Proof of any specific talent(s) achievement. (Talent scholarships are awarded based on achievements in athletics, music, theatre, speech and art. Recipient and award amounts are determined on an individual basis by Awards Department). 



If you meet the above criteria and have received an offer of admission from L.A.P.E.C. you may use 
this link to submit your application for consideration.  (L.A.P.E.C. Student ID is required to apply. You will find this on your Offer Letter) 

Scholarships,Grants And Bursaries

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L.A.P.E.C.  Bursary Program

About the Bursary Program

The L.A.P.E.C.  Bursary Program is designed to help fill your “unmet need,” which is the gap between you're assessed educational and living costs, and your available government assistance if any and expected financial contributions.

Eligibility for bursaries will not guarantee that the full amount of unmet need is covered. Funding awarded will depend on the demands of the L.A.P.E.C.  Bursary Program for the study period to which you have applied, available funding from departments and faculties, and eligibility of programs for consideration.


Program eligibility for L.A.P.E.C. Bursaries:

These support programs are available to students who are Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents and who meet L.A.P.E.C.’s program eligibility criteria.

What is a Bursary? A Bursary is a special grant given to eligible students with specific financial circumstances.


What is the criteria needed to qualify and who is eligible for a Bursary at L.A.P.E.C.?


  • Be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or have Refugee Status
  • Be enrolled in an eligible program with a full-time course load (Any format)
  • Apply for the L.A.P.E.C.  Bursary Program by the deadline and received an offer of acceptance from L.A.P.E.C (Deadline is 30 days prior to the end of enrolment date)
  • Gross verifiable household income from all sources is less than **set Low Income Level (CAD 25000 or less): i.e.an income threshold below which a family will likely devote a larger share of its income to the necessities of food, shelter and clothing than an average family would. or
  • Suffering for a verifiable medical disability and have zero or no income as a result;


Note: Students enrolled in a Certificate Program, CPD or L.A.P.E.C. Co-op terms are not eligible.

 
The maximum amount of Bursary per student? LAPEC may offer up to a $2,000* cash rewards or a $40% tuition fee waiver whichever is maximum.


Will my Grade average effect my eligibility or application?

Your eligibility will depend on you to have or maintain a specific academic average.

Can you apply for the bursary before being accepted to the college?

No, unless otherwise stated. You must have applied to the college, and have been accepted in order to apply for financial awards provided by the college.

Does the college look at the kind of high school you were in?

L.A.P.E.C. will not look at which high school you attended in order to decide if you should receive an award or not

Are there bursaries for those with hardships?

Yes, there are bursaries at L.A.P.E.C for students in financial need or those living with an illness. 


What documents are required to apply? 
L.A.P.E.C. Awards Department will require the following information and documents to consider eligibility and make a decision:
1- Online Application form submission with all required information; 
(Deadline is 30 days prior to the end of enrolment date) and 

2- Last two years NOA (Notice of assessment from CRA); Or

3- CRA Form C Print out; or

4- Proof of disability if applicable;


If you meet the above criteria and have received an offer of admission from L.A.P.E.C. you may use this link to submit your application for consideration.  (L.A.P.E.C. Student ID is required to apply. You will find this on offer letter) 



*Note: Funding awarded will depend on the demands of the L.A.P.E.C.  Bursary Program for the study period to which you have applied. Recipient and award amounts are determined on an individual basis

** Limit set by L.A.P.E.C.'s Award Committee

After you Apply:


We will notify bursary recipients through the email you have provided, Decisions or related information is not available via phone at this time. Double check that your email address is current and active and that @LAPEC.org  is on your safe sender list.

  • Your funding will not be disbursed until you have accepted the Award Offer provided to you. Award offer not accepted within the specified period will be cancelled.
  • Award Offer cannot overlap any other offer previously made


Changes to your financial situation

If you are facing unexpected financial distress or have had a significant 
change in your financial situation, contact via email an Enrolment Services Advisor. They can help you through this difficult time and make sure you get the support you need.

If you have been awarded a bursary or scholarship and have recently come into additional resources not reported on your bursary application, you must report this to your 
Enrollment Services Advisor.

 
Other payment options:

Even if you cannot qualify for any of above or have not been successful to seek financial assistance from other sources L.A.P.E.C. can still work with you to make easy payment plans including but not limited to deferring your partial fee until after you graduate and in easy monthly payment at zero interest rate.

Please select an option during admission application submission or 
send an email to admission administrator for further information or call +1-905-49-3631 EXT 102, 103