A great list of scholarships for Saskatchewan students.
Explore a database of student awards and scholarships just for Canadians.
Millions of dollars available. This site also has $935,500 worth of scholarship opening over the summer. They have created an Excel personal budget template for anyone to download, which they hope this is a useful tool that will help students plan financially for post-secondary education:
- Scholarships Canada
Search approximately 100 000 scholarships reaching nearly 200 millions dollars in total!
- Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC)
Check out employer-sponsored scholarships and scholarships for the public and international students.
- SGEU – Working Together for Saskatchewan
- Explore a scholarship directory from the Saskatchewan government.
- Paying for School (Government of Canada site)
Find scholarships and bursaries at a national and provincial level.
- Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
- Canadian Scholarships
Discover scholarships for Canadian university students.
- Maclean’s On Campus
Search for thousands of awards and scholarships.
- Government of Saskatchewan
Find programs, financial assistance and job opportunities.
Canada’s Education Savings and Student Financial Aid Resource
- SaskTel Scholarships for Post-Secondary Students
SaskTel offers a number of scholarships to deserving individuals entering or continuing their post-secondary education.
- SGI Scholarships and Awards
SGI has several scholarship programs in place that assist students who are studying in a field related to SGI’s business.
Financial aid portal that contains over 300 scholarships, awards and bursaries specifically for post-secondary students with disabilities.
- Government of Canada – International Scholarships
Award opportunities for Canadians wishing to study abroad and non-Canadians wishing to study in Canada.
- yconic.com Explore a database of student awards and scholarships just for Canadians.
- Ted Rogers Scholarship Fund
- These scholarships are reserved for students already involved with their community partner organizations. If you’re involved with of one of their community partners, reach out to them directly for more details on the application process. Community grant recipients are identified through internal regional committees at Rogers. The recipient organizations are chosen based on their dedication to youth and/or education.
- National Union of Public and General Employees (check criteria)
- For those that are children/grandchildren/ or foster children/grandchildren of a National Union member. * SGEU in Saskatchewan
- Funding for School
A website to serve as a central hub for Horizon students looking for scholarship info