The Graduate Awards Database lists all award opportunities the CGPS oversees. In addition, departments, colleges, and donors from outside the university offer awards throughout the year. Use the form below to find specific awards.
Each entry provides information about the funding opportunity - eligibility criteria, the application deadline and instructions for how to apply. Search by keywords (e.g., Indigenous, SSHRC etc.) to find opportunities. Most awards are open to both international and domestic students.
In addition to these awards, the University supports graduate students through teaching, research, and service fellowships and assistanceships. For these, contact your graduate chair or graduate administrator for details.
University of Saskatchewan Graduate Service Fellowships
|Eligibility||Purpose: To provide fellowships to graduate students who will carry out projects or initiatives that will enhance services and the quality of graduate programs for a broad base of graduate students. In addition to the financial support and the service provided, the graduate student will receive valuable work experience and learn skills related to project organization, deliver, and reporting.|
The program will be administered by the College of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies (CGPS). GSF holders will provide services to projects of high priority identified by CGPS, in consultation with the Graduate Students' Association, and other units on campus. Direct operating costs (in addition to the fellowships) will be covered by the CGPS in partnership with other units on campus.
The GSF will be available to fully qualified, full-time graduate students who have no other source of financial support provided through the University or other sources for the period of the GSF.
Value: approximately $5,400 The student is expected to provide an average of 12 hours per week of service related to the project over a 4 month period.
|Apply||Applications (2 pages or less) from academic or administrative units describing the proposed project and the role of the Graduate Service Fellowship should be sent to the Director of Graduate Awards & Scholarships at the address below. Graduate students can also submit ideas for service projects along with their qualifications directly to the Graduate Office. The Graduate Office will try and match graduate students with projects proposed by the units on campus or vice-versa. Projects will be selected on the basis of CGPS priorities for service.|
Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis.
College of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies
Attn: Director of Graduate Awards & Scholarships
110 Science Place
Room 116, Thorvaldson Building
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5C9