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Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship

The Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship will provide $750 per year, to a lifetime maximum of $3,000, to eligible Saskatchewan grade 12 graduates attending a Saskatchewan post-secondary institution.


1. Eligibility

Eligible students with a demonstrated financial need will receive the scholarship automatically if they apply and are approved for Saskatchewan Student Aid.

To be eligible, students must also:

  • have successfully graduated from grade 12 in Saskatchewan or completed an equivalent credential (e.g., ABE) on or after January 1, 2012; and
  • be enrolled at a Saskatchewan post-secondary institution in a program that is recognized for Saskatchewan Student Aid (certificate, diploma and degree programs).

Note: Students attending post-secondary institutions outside of Saskatchewan (with the exception of Lakeland College) and specific specialized health program seats are not eligible for the Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship but are still eligible for other Saskatchewan Student Aid such as student loans and grants.

Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship Fact Sheet


2. How to Apply

For programs starting on or after August 1, 2020, you will be automatically assessed by applying for student loans. For more information on student loans or to apply, please visit the Student Student Aid page.

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