Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship
The Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship is open to anyone who graduated from a Saskatchewan high school after January 1, 2012. You can be studying either part or full time.
This scholarship covers the tuition owing per year to a maximum of $500 per year to a lifetime maximum of $2,000.
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|Who is eligible for the scholarship?|
|Anyone who graduated (including ABE and GED®) from a Saskatchewan high school on or after January 1, 2012.
If you went to school in Lloydminster--even if you live in Alberta--you also qualify for the scholarship.
You must be 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 an April 1, 2012 or later start date. Both Lakeland College campuses are included in eligibility.
|How much is the scholarship?|
|It's a maximum of $500 per year to a lifetime maximum of $2,000.
|How do I apply?|
|You don't have to apply. We'll do the paperwork and apply for the scholarship on your behalf.
You might not want to take this scholarship if it affects your eligibility for other awards. If you do not want to receive the scholarship, you will need to contact the Government of Saskatchewan.
|Is the scholarship deducted from my tuition?|
|All Saskatchewan students at Lakeland College will be expected to pay their full tuition on registration day.
However, a $500 credit will applied to your student account in the fall semester. You may:
If you withdraw during September, you will not be eligible for the scholarship.