University of Saskatchewan

Information: Scholarships and Awards
Office of the Registrar
University of Saskatchewan
105 Administration Place
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 5A2
Phone: (306) 966-6748
Fax: (306) 966-6730
E-mail: awards@usask.ca
Internet: www.students.usask.ca/aboriginal/

 

Pre-Medicine Awards for Aboriginal Students

Chase Memorial Scholarship

Louis Riel Scholarship

Aurora Awards

Gordon McCormack Memorial Scholarship

Harvey Bell Memorial Prize

Roger Carter Scholarships

Henry Favel Scholarship

Diana Leis Bursary

Siberman Filer Bursary

TD Bursary Program

Nexen Awards for Aboriginal Students

Entering Awards - Business Economics

Continuing Awards - Business Economics

Entering Awards in Land Use and Environmental Studies (LUESt) or Environmental Earth Sciences (EES)

Continuing Awards in LUESt or EES:


Pre-Medicine Awards for Aboriginal Students - University of Saskatchewan

Value: $2500

Number: Varies

Deadline: August 15th

Eligibility: Students of Aboriginal ancestry who are entering or continuing full-time studies in the College of Arts & Science, pursuing pre-medical studies. Students must be Saskatchewan residents.
First-year recipients will be eligible to have their award renewed for a second year.

Selection: Academic achievement and biographical essay

Information:
Heather Mandeville, Administrative Coordinator
Admissions and Student Affairs
College of Medicine
Room A204 Health Sciences Building
107 Wiggins Road
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5E5
Phone: (306) 966-6143
Fax: (306) 966-2601

Email: heather.mandeville@usask.ca
Internet: www.medicine.usask.ca/specialprograms/aboriginal


Chase Memorial Scholarship - University of Saskatchewan

Provided to Aboriginal students of North American ancestry to assist with
registration at the University to pursue undergraduate studies.

Value: Seven scholarships of $1,500

Eligibility: North American Aboriginal ancestry and resident of Saskatchewan.
Financial need.

Duration: Annual (renewable)

Deadline: April 15 of each year for new students. June 01 of each year for undergraduate students.


Louis Riel Scholarship - University of Saskatchewan

Assists an Aboriginal student of Métis ancestry to obtain a university degree.

Value: One scholarship of $1,500

Eligibility: Saskatchewan or Manitoba Métis.Preference given to students entering their first year of university. Academic achievement.

Duration: One of the four years of a Bachelor.s degree.

Deadline: April 15 for students completing high school. June 1 for undergraduate students.


Aurora Awards - University of Saskatchewan

Offered to students of Native ancestry graduating from the Indian Teacher
Education Program.

Value: $500; number of awards varies.

Eligibility: Academic achievement. Aptitude for teaching.
Integrity and an enquiring mind. Pride in being a graduate of the Indian Teacher Education Program.

Duration: Annual.

Deadline: No application required. Award winners will be selected in consultation with the Director of Indian Teacher Education Program.
     


Gordon McCormack Memorial Scholarship for Native Students - University of Saskatchewan
Offered to a student entering the third year in the Indian Teacher Education
Program.

Value: One award of $500

Eligibility: Academic achievement. Native student entering third year in the Indian Teacher Education Program.

Duration: Annual

Deadline: September 30 each year. Applications must be submitted to the Assistant Dean (Student Affairs), College of Education.


Harvey Bell Memorial Prize - University of Saskatchewan

Offered to a student of Native Canadian ancestry receiving an LL.B degree in
Canada.

Value: Total of $1,200 available, number awarded varies

Eligibility: Native Canadian ancestry. Must be receiving an LL.B degree in Canada.

Duration: Annual

Deadline: May 31 each year

Information: The Director
Native Law Centre
Diefenbaker Centre
University of Saskatchewan
101 Diefenbaker Place
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7B 5B8


Roger Carter Scholarships - University of Saskatchewan

Offered to students of Native Canadian ancestry entering the second or third year of studies in a Canadian law school.

Value: To be determined

Eligibility: Native Canadian ancestry, entering second or third year of studies in a Canadian law school Academic achievement in law studies. The students. past and expected contribution to further the needs, concerns and aspirations of Native people and their communities in Canada.

Duration: Annual

Deadline: No application required


Henry Favel Scholarship - University of Saskatchewan

Offered to a full-time student of Treaty Indian ancestry who has successfully
completed a year of undergraduate study as a full-time student in the diploma or
degree program in agriculture.

Value: One award of $2,000

Eligibility: Academic achievement, persistent effort and overall academic progress of the student. To be eligible the student must return as a full-time student for a minimum of one term. Full-time student of Treaty Indian ancestry.
Must be in the diploma or degree program in agriculture.

Duration: Annual

Deadline: No application required


Diana Leis Bursary - University of Saskatchewan

Open to Aboriginal students who are residents of northern Saskatchewan and who have graduated with the previous five years with complete secondary-level standing from specified school divisions.

Value: One award of $800

Eligibility: Aboriginal student must have graduated within the previous five years with complete secondary-level standing from one of the following school divisions:
. Northern Lights School Division No.113
. Île à la Crosse School Division No.112
. Creighton School Division No.111.
Students must have completed at least one year of study in any degree program
offered by the University of Saskatchewan and must intend to return to northern
Saskatchewan on graduation. Academic achievement. Financial need.

Duration: Annual

Deadline: June 1 each year

On General Application for Undergraduate Awards available from the Office of the Registrar. Submit to the Office of the Registrar, together with a written statement of intention to return to northern Saskatchewan on graduation.


Siberman Filer Bursary - University of Saskatchewan

To assist eligible students with the opportunity to pursue studies in the College of Law, and ultimately to serve their community and country, thereby enriching life for many others.

Value: One award of $600

Eligibility: Student who has successfully completed the program of legal studies for Native people and is registered in the first year of study in the College of Law. Demonstrated financial need. Financial need.

Duration: Annual

Deadline: Students are notified about application procedures in the fall.

Information: Scholarships and Awards
Office of the Registrar
University of Saskatchewan
105 Administration Place
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 5A2
Phone: (306) 966-6748
Fax: (306) 966-6730
E-mail: awards@usask.ca
Internet: www.students.usask.ca/aboriginal/


Nexen Aboriginal Student Energy Awards - College of Arts and Science - University of Saskatchewan

Business Economics, Aboriginal Public Administration, Land Use and Environmental Studies, Environmental Earth Sciences, Archaeology B. Sc., Geological Sciences, Geophysics, or Public Administration.

The bursary is $2,000 per year for new students and $5,000 per year for continuing students (maximum of 4 years).

Entering students

Value: $2,000 each (ten awards)

Entering students who have self-identified on their application for admission to the University of Saskatchewan are automatically considered.

Course requirements

Criteria: will be based on high school or secondary level academic
achievement and a written interest in pursuing an undergraduate degree
in one of the areas of study noted above.

Deadline: July 31


Continuing students

Value: $5,000 each (6 awards)

Aboriginal Public Administration or Public Administration

Archaeology (B. Sc)

Environmental Earth Sciences (EES)

Geological Sciences or Geophysics

Land Use and Environmental Studies (LUEST).

Applications

Deadline: July 31

Charlotte Ross;
Coordinator of Academic Programs for Aboriginal Students
College of Arts and Science - Dean's Office
University of Saskatchewan
9 Campus Drive
Rm. 265 Arts Building
Saskatoon SK, S7N 5A5

Phone (306) 966-4754 Fax (306)966-7171

E-mail: charlotte.ross@usask.ca

To obtain an application form for any of these awards, please use the following link: www.arts.usask.ca/aboriginalstudents/