Outside Scholarships

This page lists some of the awards, scholarships and bursaries that students may be eligible to apply for.  Students are encouraged to check out additional outside award opportunities at sites like Scholar Tree or Student Scholarships.

Reminders and further information about upcoming scholarships will be shared through the WCMC Post-Secondary Squad Team.  Students must request to be added to this team with the guidance department.

Post-Secondary Entrance Scholarships

Scholarship Name Eligibility & Value Deadline Website
 University of Manitoba

Grade 12 Marks (calculation based on approved courses):

Level 1 ($3000) Avg 95%+

Level 2 ($2,000) Avg 90.0-94.9%

 Level 3 ($1,000) Avg 85.0-89.9%
*Check out the U of M awards page for additional entrance scholarships 

March 1  LINK
University of Winnipeg 

Grade 12 Marks (calculation based on approved courses):

Level 1 ($2,250) Avg 95%+

Level 2 ($1,750) Avg 90.0-94.9%

 Level 3 ($1,100) Avg 85.0-89.9% 

March 1  LINK
Assiniboine Community College  Varies Varies LINK
 Red River College Polytechnic Varies Varies LINK
 Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology Varies  Varies LINK
 Brandon University Grade 11 or 12 Marks (calculation based on approved courses): 

Level 1 ($2,000): avg 95%+

Level 2 ($1,700) Avg 92.5-94.9%

 Level 3 ($1,400) Avg 90.0-92.4%

Level 4 ($1,100) Avg 87.5-89.9%

Level 5 ($800) Avg 85.0-87.4%

 March 1 LINK
Canadian Mennonite University  Grade 11 or 12 Marks (calculation based on approved courses):

Level 1 ($3000): Avg 95%+

Level 2 ($2000) Avg 90–94.9%

Level 3 ($1000) Avg 85–89.9%
 February 28  LINK
 Providence University College Varies  Varies LINK
 Booth University College   Varies Varies LINK
 University College of the North Varies  Varies  LINK
 Universite de Saint-Boniface Varies March 1 LINK 

Specific Scholarships & Bursaries

Scholarship Name Eligibility & Value  Deadline
 TD Scholarship for Community Leadership  $70,000 over 4 years
Have you shown a commitment to making a positive difference in your community?  Then apply for this scholarship.
 November 15, 2023   LINK

LORAN Scholarship

$100,000 over 4 years
Students excelling in service, leadership and character should apply.

October 11, 2023


 Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation Bursaries

Students who demonstrate financial need and whose parents did not attend post-secondary education  should apply.
 Opens March  2024
Closes April 2024
 Schulich Leader Scholarship $120, 000 over 4 years
You need to be applying to program in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math at select Universities.

 February 20, 2024

*School is able to select one applicant to nominate. Watch Miller News in December 2023 for info about applying. 
 Storwell Self-Storage Bursary for Foster Children $2000
If you have been in Foster Care at any point in your life, you may be eligible for this award.
 December 31 2023  LINK
 Peak of the Market Bursary 


Be accepted to enter or already be enrolled in full-time studies in an agriculture and/or food science bachelor or diploma program at an accredited Western Canadian university or accredited college (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia).

 Closes in Spring 2024
*Date to be released
Mensa Canada Scholarship  $1000 - $2500 Jan 31, 2024 LINK
 Athena Leader of Tomorrow Scholarship $3000
*Eligible only to women 
March 1, 2024  LINK
 Altona Community Foundation Future Ag Leader Scholarship $2,400
*Only students from WCMC may apply
*Must be enrolled in Post-secondary Ag program
May 31, 2024  LINK
 Sport Manitoba Scholarships Varies Opens in February 2024 LINK
G3 Grow Beyond Scholarship  $5000
Students with Ag Tech and Innovation goals in their post-secondary education should apply
Opens in early 2024  LINK
 Mennonite Central Committee Scholarships & Bursaries Varies Varies LINK
 QUEST for Excellence $1000
Essay required to apply for this award.
March 13, 2024  LINK

If you are anticipating financial need when attending post-secondary education, applying for a student loan may be another option for students.   Check out the Manitoba Student Aid website here.

Border Land School Division

Border Land School Division acknowledges that the communities and schools located within Border Land School Division sit on Treaty 1 and Treaty 3 land, the original lands of the Anishinaabe peoples and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.

Border Land School Division respects the treaties that were made on these treaty areas and we dedicate ourselves to moving forward in partnership with our Indigenous communities in a spirit of truth, reconciliation and collaboration.