Sault College:

Tommy Prince - WWII & Korean War Native Veteran Scholarship

Anishnaabe Student Achievement Award - Native Community Worker Program Scholarship

Anishnaabe Student Achievement Award - Native Community Worker Program Scholarship

The Metis Nation of Ontario Bursary

Robert Monstas Memorial Scholarship

Hazel McBride - Kane Memorial Scholarship

First Nation Nursing Scholarship

Sault College Registrar's Office
443 Northern Avenue
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
P6A 5L3

1-800-461-2260
Web: www.saultcollege.ca


Tommy Prince - WWII & Korean War Native Veteran Scholarship

Eligibility: Sgt. Tommy Price, from Brokenhead Band in Scanterbury, Manitoba, received the highest military decorations for bravery, the Silver Star and the Military Medal. He served in the elite "Devil's Brigade" for the duration of the War, then reenlisted in the Korean War years later. Tommy wore the mantle of his grandfather, Peguis, the famous Saulteaux Chief.


Anishnaabe Student Achievement Award - Native Community Worker Program Scholarship

Eligibility: Offered to students who have completed their first year of the Native Community Worker program. Recipients are chosen based on excellent academic standing in the first year of the program.

Anishnaabe Student Achievement Award - Native Community Worker Program Scholarship

Eligibility: Sponsored by the Native Community Worker Program faculty, this award is available to second year students demonstrating the qualities of a positive role model including professionalism, commitment and excellent academics.

The Metis Nation of Ontario Bursary

Eligibility: Students are awarded funds to assist them with the costs of their on-going post-secondary education.
Robert Monstas Memorial Scholarship

Eligibility: This award is sponsored by friends, family and staff of Sault College. Bob Monstas was a returning adult student who carried a full-time academic load and worked tirelessly in the Learning Centre.
Hazel McBride-Kane Memorial Scholarship

Eligibility: Dedicated to the memory of Hazel McBride-Kane, professor in the Native Education Department from 1991 - 1995.


First Nation Nursing Scholarship

Eligibility: This award is sponsored by Marie Price. The recipient of this award is chosen based on academics and clinical performance.

Sault College Registrar's Office
443 Northern Avenue
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
P6A 5L3

1-800-461-2260
Web: www.saultcollege.ca