The Lois Hole Humanities and Social Science Scholarship recognizes students that demonstrate leadership and community service. This scholarship was named in honour of Lois Hole, Lieutenant Governor of Alberta from 2000 to 2005.
Seven scholarships of $5,000
Applicants must also meet all of the following eligibility criteria:
- be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Protected Person (visa students are not eligible),
- be an Alberta resident, and to be considered an Alberta resident one of the following conditions must apply:
- one parent, or legal guardian has maintained permanent residence in Canada for at least 12 consecutive months immediately prior to commencing post-secondary studies and be residing in Alberta, or
- Alberta is the last place the student has lived for 12 consecutive months immediately prior to commencing post-secondary studies, or
- the student’s spouse/partner has maintained permanent residence in Alberta for 12 consecutive months prior to the person attending post-secondary.
- be enrolled full-time in the Fall and/or Winter term. A term is defined as a study period of up to 17 weeks in length.
- Students must be enrolled in the second or subsequent years of full-time post-secondary studies in the Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, or Faculty of Arts at a eligible, publicly funded institutions in Alberta (includes publicly-funded colleges, technical institutes, universities and private colleges accredited to grant degrees). View the full list at Alberta post-secondary institutions.
You are not eligible to receive the award when you withdraw from studies or drop from full-time to part-time studies before the award is paid.
How to Apply
For further information, students should contact the Student Awards Office at their schools.
Recipients are selected by the Student Awards Office at participating educational institutions. Awarded on the basis of academic merit, demonstrated leadership and community service.
Many other scholarships and awards are offered by other organizations – and we encourage you to visit Alberta’s public university and college websites to research the scholarships that they offer.
For more information, see Alberta post-secondary institutions.