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Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship

The Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship (SAS) provides all new grade 12 graduates, including Adult Basic Education (ABE) and GED® students, up to $500 per year, to a lifetime maximum of $2,000, to be applied to their tuition costs at a Saskatchewan post-secondary institution.
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1. Eligibility

You are eligible if:

  • You successfully graduated from grade 12 in Saskatchewan (including ABE and GED®) on or after January 1, 2012; and
  • You are enrolled at a Saskatchewan post-secondary institution in a program that is recognized for Canada-Saskatchewan student loans (certificate, diploma, and degree programs) or an apprenticeship program.

With the exception of both Lakeland College campuses and specific specialized health programs, programs at post-secondary institutions outside of Saskatchewan are not eligible.


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2. How to Apply

The post-secondary institution that you attend will apply for the scholarship on your behalf.

The post-secondary institution will confirm your eligibility for the scholarship and reduce your tuition by the appropriate amount, typically 30 days after the first day of classes. The institution will usually note this deduction on your statement of tuition fees as a deduction line.

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3. What happens if you discontinue your program

If you decide not to continue your program part way through the year, you do not get the scholarship back for that year. The remaining balance of your lifetime maximum will be available for up to 10 years from the year of your grade 12 graduation.

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4. How to Opt-Out or Back Into the SAS

If you do not want to receive the scholarship, you can decline by completing the SAS Opt-Out/In Form. Ensure to check the opt-out box when completing the form and send to the Student Service Centre. If you have opted-out of the scholarship and would like to re-access it, complete the SAS Opt-Out/In Form selecting Back In and sent to the Student Service Centre.

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