Watson Lake Campus

For information on up-coming courses- times, dates, costs and to register for courses please contact the campus at 1-867-536-8800

Yukon College Internal & External Awards

To find awards, grants & bursaries that may benefit or assist you with your post secondary education please visit the Yukon College Awards .

If you are a new or returning student to a College or University outside of the Yukon please ALSO be sure to check with the student union office at the school in which you are attending for grants, awards & bursaries offered through their institution. Discuss & research those which you may be eligible for.

Yukon College Funds

Watson Lake Student Assistance Endowment Fund: $450 Background: The fund is a joint creation of the Watson Lake Community Campus Committee of Yukon College and the Watson Lake Training Advisory Board. This fund was created to supplement graduates, college level or mature students in the catchment area of Watson Lake, including Lower Post, Upper Liard and Two Mile who require assistance in continuing their education at either Yukon College or a recognized university or college or training centre. Eligibility criteria: Selection is based on need or merit, references and previous performance and suitability of goals. You must have lived in the catchment area for at least 6 months. Preference will be given to a student attending Yukon College. Apply to: Watson Lake Campus. Application Deadline: June 24 and November 25th of each year.

Watson Lake Training Society

Funding is available to assist with courses and training from the Watson Lake Training Society. Please Click Here for further information.


Employment Training and Enhancement Program


Funded by the Yukon Territorial Government and administered by the Watson Lake Training Society

Program Objectives:

The program is intended to enhance the training opportunities for the residents of the Liard Basin Area. The training sponsored must be relevant to job opportunities in the area and should primarily be used for retraining, upgrading, and skills development for the local residents.

Level of Assistance Provided:

The program will normally not fund 100% of the training project costs. The intent is to supplement existing funding to ensure the widest application of available funds.