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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Please note: As of April 19, 2013, our office will be located at
1120 – 2010 12th Avenue, Regina.

Students can apply for scholarships to help pay for furthering your education.

Students can apply for government financial assistance and access more non-repayable funding with federal and provincial student grants.

The Saskatchewan Scholarship of Honour recognizes Saskatchewan men and women serving in the Canadian Forces.

The Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship is available to new grade 12 graduates (including ABE and GED®) who enroll at a Saskatchewan post-secondary institution.

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture offers the Agriculture Student Scholarship which awards one winning scholarship valued at $4,000 and three runner-up scholarships valued at $2,000 to students willing to speak up and tell the exciting story of the industry. Grade 12 students and recent graduates (the past two years) in Saskatchewan who are planning to take agriculture-related post-secondary education beginning in the fall of 2014 are eligible to apply. Application details can be found at http://agriculture.gov.sk.ca/scholarship . The deadline is March 1, 2014.

Explore Your Financial Options

Our Ministry offers a variety of non-repayable student financial support programs and services in the form of scholarships, bursaries, and grants. 

We recommend that you research and explore any support options available based on  needs and applicable criteria and qualifications.

In addition to the programs listed above, you can research other sources of financial support, such as:

  • SaskNetWork's scholarship database for sources of non-repayable funding;
  • StudentAwards.com to register for scholarship and award matching service - free of charge;
  • ScholarshipCanada.com -- an extensive database of scholarships; and
  • Check with your post-secondary institution for scholarships they may have; your parents' place of employment; business and industry in your line of study; professional associations, unions, community and service clubs and other organizations.

Remember, scholarships and bursaries are considered income.  However, an exemption of up to $1,800 per study period will apply for merit-based scholarships and bursaries that you may receive.

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