Please review the PDF's and Website Links below for further information on scholarships posted at Student Services:

​(2017-2018)Scholarship Workshop Presentation as 

a PDFscholarship workshop presentation.pdf



Entrance scholarships

Applications are open for uSask entrance scholarships!

Guaranteed Entrance Scholarships
Prospective students will automatically be considered for a Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship when they apply for admission. These scholarships recognize academic achievements and are awarded based on admission average.

Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships
Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships are uSask's highest valued, renewable entrance scholarships and are awarded based on academics, leadership and contributions to school and community life. Five of these awards, known as the Circle of Honour Awards, are designated for Indigenous students. 

Apply for admission by: Dec 1
Apply for awards by: Dec 15

Competitive Entrance Awards
Competitive Entrance Awards include numerous scholarships and bursaries that can be accessed by many students with diverse experiences. Consideration is based on academic achievement, financial need and/or contributions to school and community life. Some awards recognize particular backgrounds, acknowledge contributions to certain clubs or reward achievement in music and athletics.

Apply for admission by: Feb 15
Apply for awards by: Mar 1 



Canadian Women in Municipal Government Scholarship: Deadline is December 15th, 2018.

5 awards of $1000 each. Open to female students enrolled in any year of study in secondary school and who are contributing to their schools' leadership team or student council.


STEAM Scholarship: Five Canadian students will be awarded $25,000 each, to attend a Canadian university or college to study in a STEAM field. Two of these awards will be given to Indigenous students. More information about the prize program and how to apply can be found at steamhorizonawards.ca.  The deadline for applications is January 16, 2019

Father Ted Colleton Scholarship Niagara Region Right to Life – 1200 word Essay contest open to all grade 11 and grade 12 students. Three prizes ($1500, $800, and $500) will be awarded. Essays need to be sent to Toronto by December 3, 2018. Info at student services.

Topic:  You are a child in the prenatal stage of development. Are all current/biomedical technological breakthroughs helpful in advancing your right to life as a preborn human being?


Fireside Catholic Publishing Essay $1000 Scholarship:  If you would like to be considered for this, the deadline to have your essay into Student Services is by Friday, November 30th as we need to submit the chosen essay by December 7th, 2018.  Essay Topic " How is your Religious Education Influencing your Life?". Stop by student services for the application.



MacRae Memorial Fund Scholarship:  For Individuals with Learning Disabilities Pursuing a Post-Secondary Education


PURPOSE: To recognize the hard work and dedication required of individuals with learning disabilities who succeed in completing their high school education and to encourage those individuals to continue their education in a post-secondary educational institution.

FIELD OF STUDY:      Any field of study in any institution in Saskatchewan, including SaskPolytech, a junior college, the University of Saskatchewan, or University of Regina.

VALUE OF SCHOLARSHIP:    $1,000                                   (Application form is in Student Services)


SHAD applications are due November 19th.  Students in grades 10 to 12 can apply  at www.shad.ca

The fee to attend the program is $5,700. There is a large bursary fund for participants with proven financial need.

SHAD is an award-winning enrichment and entrepreneurship program and network that empowers exceptional high school students.  Each year they provide the opportunity for more than 900 students from across Canada and internationally to attend our STEAM-based (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) month-long program, in-residence at one of our Canadian host universities

Students live in one of 17 university residences from coast to coast for the month of July. The students attend lectures, workshops and interact directly with renowned university faculty and visionary corporate leaders. The students are presented with global issues and encouraged to help start thinking about solutions.


The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award – it is a process; not a prize! 

Any young person aged 14-24 can do The Award.  Having your Duke of Ed Award looks great on post-secondary applications, scholarships, CVs and resumes. Whether applying for post-secondary or about to enter the work force, The Award shows commitment and achievement, as well as dedication to a variety of activities.

Stop by Student Services for more information. Or visit:   www.dukeofed.org/


TD Scholarships for Community Leadership – Applications must be received no later than November 16th.  Application forms on the bulletin board in Student Services.  Students must write a 600 word essay on a specific topic.