Continuing, Entering and Aboriginal Students
The University of Saskatchewan offers an array of undergraduate scholarships and bursaries for both returning and new, first-year students. There are also many awards that are specifically tailored to our many Aboriginal students. To search these opportunities, please use the links to the right.
Please note that scholarships are awards given to recognize the high level of excellence students have achieved in their studies. Bursaries are allocated mainly on the basis of financial need.
Travel and Study Abroad Funding
Arts & Science Undergraduate Travel Fund Competitions
The purpose of the spring and fall Undergraduate Travel Fund Competitions is to assist students, either as individuals or groups, with travel expenses associated with conferences, or other relevant experiences. These events and activities should enhance academic development that is not tied to course credit. Only students registered in the College of Arts & Science are eligible to receive this funding. Students seeking financial support for non-academic travel (eg: teams, clubs, or intervarsity group travel) are not eligible for funding through this competition, unless directly relevant to program of study. Exchange and study abroad programs, expenses for specific academic courses, and subsidization of research programs are not eligible for funding through this competition.
Ensure that you have completed all sections of the application as incomplete applications will not be considered by the Undergraduate Travel Fund Competition Committee. Applications to the spring and fall competitions should be sent via e-mail to the attention of Toryn Adams.
The fall and winter competitions for the 2018-19 academic year are now closed. Please see the deadlines below for the 2019-20 competitions:
Fall competition deadline: October 31st, 2019
Winter competition deadline: February 28th, 2020
Please note the maximum amount awarded for these travel awards is $250.00 per student. Please also note that if you are applying for funding for international travel, you must submit your application with the following additional form 60 days prior to travel. This form applies to international travelers only.
Study Abroad Award
Students registered in Exchange and Study Abroad programs are eligible to apply for awards to assist with their program. These awards include the Gail Appel Fund for Study Abroad, the James Barney Smyth International Study Abroad Award, the McEwen Fund for Study Abroad, the John Russell Kowalchuk Awards in Ukrainian Studies and the Iceland Study & Travel Award. The deadline to apply for these awards is October 1 and/or March 1. Please visit the University's awards site for more information on the awards, to find out eligibility requirements for each award and to apply.
Funding your Study Abroad
There are many sources of financial support available to U of S students wishing to go abroad. For additional options that may work for you please visit the International Student and Study Abroad Centre's website and the section called Travel Awards.
Student Travel Award
The purpose of this fund is to provide financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate students to
enable them to participate in academic-related conferences, academic competitions and other formal
academic activities. The funding may partially support students’ involvement in one of these
Applications and Contact Info
In a tradition that began in 2018, students in the College of Arts and Science are formally welcomed and recognized at the college’s annual Pinning Ceremony. Those in attendance are addressed by past graduates and by the dean of the College of Arts and Science before receiving a specially designed college pin.Pinning Ceremony