Below is a list of helpful information on student funding.
A student whose fees are to be paid by a government, employer, or third party agency, on receipt of an invoice from Lakehead University, must provide written authorization from the agency (Sponsorship Letter).
The Sponsorship Letter must be on the agency's letterhead, and must include the following:
- Name and Lakehead University Student ID number
- Duration of Sponsorship (i.e. 2021-2022 Fall/Winter, 2022 Spring/Summer)
- Items Covered (e.g. Tuition, Student Fees, Residence, Medical/Dental Insurance, Bus Fees, UHIP, etc.)
- Maximum Coverage (if applicable)
- Exclusions (if applicable)
- Sponsoring Agency Contact Name and Email Address
The letter must be received by the relevant Payment Due Date and can be faxed or e-mailed to the Accounts Receivable Office:
E-mail: Domestic Sponsorships: Jennifer Caren, Accounts Officer email@example.com
Fax: (807) 343-8947
Letters received after the payment deadline will result in a $100 late payment fee on the student's account.
Sponsored for Books?
Please note that a separate letter of authorization to invoice (Sponsorship Letter) for the payment of books should be emailed or faxed to the Lakehead University Bookstore.
Fax: (807) 343-8158
Further information on sponsorship letters
Funding from First Nations Organizations
Instructions: Click on the Matawa Post Secondary Program Tab for information on their funding.
Moose Cree Education Authority
Northern Nishnawbe Education Council
Seven Generation Education Institute
Government Funding Sources
- Student aid
- Indigenous Bursaries Search Tool
- University College Entrance Preparation Program
- Post-secondary education
Get in touch:
Keewatinase, Department of Indigenous Education
Faculty of Education, Lakehead University
Phone: (807) 343-8010 ext. 7196