At Saskatchewan Polytechnic, we make every effort to recognize academic success and provide a financial boost to those who need it most. Scholarships, awards and bursaries are a great way to provide you with additional financial support, widen your network and enhance your resume by demonstrating your hard work and dedication to your studies. While you are investing in your future, let us invest in you!
Award recipients are commonly selected on financial need, academic achievement or very often, a combination of the two. Selection criteria can also include volunteer or leadership involvement in your communities and schools.
Thanks to the generosity of donors and alumni, Saskatchewan Polytechnic provides as much as $2 million in student awards every school year.
Review the frequently asked questions for additional details.
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Student awards will be available for application during the periods listed below. Throughout the year, new awards may be added. (*These dates are subject to change.)
For students who will be attending Sask Polytech in the 2023-24 academic year, applications will be accepted during the following periods:
|Application cycle||Opening date||Closing date|
|Summer||July 15, 2023||September 15, 2023|
|Fall||October 1, 2023||November 15, 2023|
|Winter||January 10, 2024||February 15, 2024|
|Apprenticeship||September 15, 2023||June 15, 2024|
|Adult Basic Education - Saskatoon campus||March 1, 2024||May 31, 2024|
- Students must be enrolled in a program at a Sask Polytech campus in Moose Jaw, Prince
Albert, Regina or Saskatoon to apply for awards. Before applying for student awards,
you must have:
- A Sask Polytech student ID number
- Received an offer of admission and paid your seat deposit
- Unless otherwise noted, you must be enrolled full–time (minimum 60% course load) or 40% course load for students with a disability.
- Sask Polytech has a comprehensive Education Equity Program and equity groups include:
- To self-declare in an equity group, contact Enrolment Services.
- Sask Polytech also offers awards for international students.
Social Insurance Number
The Canada Revenue Agency requires all designated education institutions to report each student’s Social Insurance Number (SIN) on the T2022 Tuition and Enrolment Certificate. Your SIN may also be required for awards, scholarships, bursaries, refunding student loans and other student loan purposes.
To provide your SIN, log into mySaskPolytech and enter your SIN using the SIN update link in the Enrolment Services box. You may also submit a Change of Legal Name or Social Insurance Number form (pdf) if you need to update your information.
Sask Polytech does not send any communication, including emails, with a direct link to a SIN form. Reminder emails from Sask Polytech are sent without direct links. If you receive any communication containing a direct link, delete the message and report the message as phishing. Do not open the link or any attachments. Do not reply to the message.
Click on the "Apply now" button below to access the online application portal. These awards are for students enrolled in the 2023-24 academic year.
Additional award, funding and scholarship opportunities
In addition to the online application, these award and scholarship opportunities are available.
- Moose Jaw campus: 306-775-7716
- Prince Albert campus: 306-765-1769
- Regina campus: 306-775-7716
- Saskatoon campus: 306-659-3832
Student awards specialists
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus
Hours: Monday - Friday – 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Victoria Boehm, student awards specialist - north, Advancement
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Saskatoon Campus
Hours: Monday - Friday – 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.