Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards
ASPA Tuition Reimbursement Application Form Details Deadline: April 30, 2014 (For dependents of U of S Administrative & Supervisory Personnel Association only. There are two sections to the online application form: the first section must be completed by the student and the second section must be completed by the ASPA member.)
Nasser Family Gold Medals - Awards in Leadership and Innovation Details Deadline: May 30, 2014 (Open to U of S undergraduate students in any program of study who are in their graduating year.)
USFA Scholarship Program Application Form Details Deadline: June 1, 2014 (For dependents of members of the U of S Faculty Association only. There are two sections to the online application form: the first section must be completed by the student and the second section must be completed by the Faculty member.)
Bernard Michel Scholarship Application Form Details Deadline: June 1, 2014 (For 3rd or 4th year students of Aboriginal descent who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in science or engineering with an interest in the mining industry.)
2013-14 Financial Need Calculator (This form MUST accompany a department, college or central awards application. Deadlines vary.)
Continuing Scholarships - The application form for 2014-2015 U of S Continuing Scholarships is currently available. The deadline to apply is June 1, 2014.
Continuing Bursaries - The deadline to apply for U of S Continuing Bursaries was October 1, 2013. Students selected to receive bursaries have been notified. The 2014-2015 U of S Continuing Bursaries application form will be available in late August 2014 with a deadline of October 1, 2014.
College or Department Awards - use the Awards Search or contact your college or department for details.
Graduate Students - awards for graduate students are administered by the College of Graduate Studies and Research. The Graduate Award Search lists awards for graduate students.
Entering Awards - students who are currently in high school and will be entering the U of S in 2014-2015 (or current U of S students who have completed less than 18 credit units by April 2014) were eligible to apply for Competitive Entrance Awards. The application deadline was February 15, 2014. Supporting documentation was required by March 1, 2014.
Awards administered by the University of Saskatchewan are not the only awards available to students studying at the U of S. Students are encouraged to look for awards from other sources, such as clubs, associations and religious organizations. The following websites may help you find awards that apply specifically to you.
- Student Awards
Explore a database of student awards and scholarships just for Canadians.
- Scholarships Canada
Search over 23, 000 scholarships including over 800 just for the U of S!
- Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC)
Check out employer-sponsored scholarships and scholarships for the public and international students.
- SGEU – Working Together for Saskatchewan
- Explore a scholarship directory from the Saskatchewan government.
- Service Canada: Scholarships and Bursaries
Find scholarships and bursaries at a national and provincial level.
- Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
- Canadian Scholarships
Discover scholarships for Canadian university students.
- Maclean’s On Campus
Search for thousands of awards and scholarships.
- Government of Saskatchewan
Find programs, financial assistance and job opportunities.
Canada's Education Savings and Student Financial Aid Resource
- SaskTel Scholarships for Post-Secondary Students
SaskTel offers a number of scholarships to deserving individuals entering or continuing their post-secondary education.
- SGI Scholarships and Awards
SGI has several scholarship programs in place that assist students who are studying in a field related to SGI’s business.
- Rhodes Scholarship
Discover how Canadian students can receive a postgraduate award to study at the University of Oxford in England.
Financial aid portal that contains over 300 scholarships, awards and bursaries specifically for post-secondary students with disabilities.
- Government of Canada - International Scholarships
Award opportunities for Canadians wishing to study abroad and non-Canadians wishing to study in Canada.