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Starting August 1, 2021, the Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship will provide $750 (up from $500) per year, to a lifetime maximum of $3,000, to eligible grade 12 graduates, including Adult Basic Education (ABE) and GED® students.
For post-secondary programs starting on or after August 1, 2021, eligible students with a demonstrated financial need will receive the scholarship. Students are deemed to have a demonstrated financial need if they are approved for a student loan. For 2020-21 academic year programs (before August 1, 2021), the scholarship will remain at $500 per year to a lifetime maximum of $2,000.
Other eligibility requirements include:
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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