We offer over $180,000 in student awards each year over and above uSask awards!

  • Entering Students - Those entering university for the first time

  • Continuing Students - Those who have completed at least 18 credit units of university study

If you have any questions or technical difficulties please email: awards@stmcollege.ca

Entering Student Awards Application

Awards applications due October 1st.

General Eligibility Requirements

St. Thomas More College defines entering students as:

  • students proceeding directly from high school to the University of Saskatchewan, or
  • students who have been out of high school for one or more years and have less than 18 credit units transferable to a program of study at the University of Saskatchewan.

To be eligible for St. Thomas More College Entering Student Scholarships a student must:

  • be an entering student,
  • be a self-declared St. Thomas More College student,
  • be a full-time student at the University of Saskatchewan - registered in 9 or more credit units per term during the fall and winter terms (September to April), and
  • be registered for 6 credit units of coursework through St. Thomas More College during regular session (September to April).

To be eligible for St. Thomas More College Entering Student Bursaries, in addition to the above, a student must:

  • demonstrate financial need*

*Financial need will be assessed by filling out the 2018-2019 STM Financial Need Calculator for Entering Students: paws.usask.ca/go/awards.

CLICK "Apply for Awards"

Then CLICK on the drop down "2018-2019 STM Financial Need Calculator for Entering Students"

Not sure if you are a self-declared St. Thomas More College student? Visit stmcollege.ca/selfdeclare to check.
(St. Thomas More College student self-declaration is only available to Arts and Science undergraduate students.)

NOTES:

  • In any given year, the amount and awarding of each St. Thomas More College scholarship and bursary is contingent upon the availability of funds.

  • A student may receive both scholarships and bursaries from St. Thomas More College.

  • A student may receive only one St. Thomas More College scholarship unless no other student is eligible for a specific scholarship.

  • A student may receive scholarships from both the University of Saskatchewan and St. Thomas More College, with the following exception: Entering students who have received one of the following U of S Best & Brightest Scholarships are not eligible for any entering student scholarships from St. Thomas More College. They can instead apply for the: St. Thomas More College Entering Student Book Award. They remain eligible for St. Thomas More College Bursaries.

    U of S Best & Brightest Scholarships
    • George and Marsha Ivany President’s First & Best Scholarships - Value: $40,000 ($10,000/year over four years)
    • Chancellors’ Scholarships - Value: $30,000 ($7,500/year over four years)
    • U of S Entrance Scholarships - Value: $24,000 ($6,000/year over four years) (these are not the guaranteed entrance scholarships)

  • Only scholarship and bursary recipients will be notified via their official U of S email.

  • To receive a scholarship or bursary the student must attend the:
Scholarships and Awards:
St. Thomas More College Awards Ceremony: Saturday, November 23, 2019 @ 2pm (tentative)
Bursaries:
St. Thomas More College Awards Ceremony: Saturday, January 18, 2020 @ 2pm (tentative)

Entering Student Awards Descriptions

Continuing Student Awards Application

Applications due October 1st.

General Eligibility

St. Thomas More College defines Continuing Students as:

  • students who have successfully completed a minimum of 18 credit units (normally 9 per term) at the U of S in the previous fall and winter terms in the previous year’s Regular Session (September to April)

To be eligible for St. Thomas More College Continuing Student Scholarships a student must:

  • be a continuing student,
  • be a self-declared St. Thomas More College student, and
  • be a full-time student at the University of Saskatchewan - registered in 9 or more credit units per term during the fall and winter terms regular session (September to April),
  • Preference is given to students currently enrolled in St. Thomas More College courses, student who have previously completed St. Thomas More College courses, and/or students engaged in the life of St. Thomas More College

To be eligible for St. Thomas More College Continuing Student Bursaries, in addition to the above, a student must:

  • demonstrate financial need*

*Financial need will be assessed by filling out the 2018-2019 STM Financial Need Calculator for Continuing Students: paws.usask.ca/go/awards.

CLICK "Apply for Awards"

Then CLICK on the drop down "2018-2019 STM Financial Need Calculator for Continuing Students"

Not sure if you are a self-declared St. Thomas More College student? Visit stmcollege.ca/selfdeclare to check.
(St. Thomas More College student self-declaration is only available to Arts and Science students)

NOTES:

  • In any given year, the amount and awarding of each St. Thomas More College scholarship and bursary is contingent upon the availability of funds.
  • A student may receive both scholarships and bursaries from St. Thomas More College.
  • A student may receive only one St. Thomas More College scholarship unless no other student is eligible for a specific scholarship.
  • Only scholarship and bursary recipients will be notified via their official U of S email.
  • To receive a scholarship or bursary the student must attend the:

Scholarships and Awards:
St. Thomas More College Awards Ceremony: Saturday, November 23, 2019 @ 2pm (tentative)
Bursaries:
St. Thomas More College Awards Ceremony: Saturday, January 18, 2020 @ 2pm (tentative)

Continuing Student Awards Descriptions

Awards for Indigenous Students

These awards are designed to support Indigenous students. Proof of ancestry is required. It is determined by reference to the Constitution Act of 1982 and includes Indian (non-status/status), Métis and Inuit persons of Canada as well as persons who are accepted by one of the Aboriginal peoples of Saskatchewan as a member of their community.

Descriptions of awards for Indigenous students

Students apply for these awards using the Entering Student Awards Application or the Continuing Student Awards Application, as appropriate.

 

Awards for Graduating Students

The following awards do not require an application. Receipients are selected by the College.

Right Reverend Monsignor Myroslav Kolodey Memorial Academic Prize
The prize will be awarded annually to a graduating 3rd or 4th year St. Thomas More Student with the highest overall cumulative average. The student must be enrolled in at least 18 credit units in each year of his or her enrollment. This memorial academic prize has been established through the estate of the late Right Reverend Monsignor Myroslav Kolodey.

Thomas Deis `38 Prize in Scholastic Philosophy in Honour of Dr. Basil Markle S.T.D.
This prize is a lasting tribute to Father Markle for the selfless devotion and care that he lavished on all students which were fortunate enough to attend his classes in Philosophy. The candidate for this prize must be a distinguished graduating student of St. Thomas More College majoring in Philosophy. The annual amount of this prize varies from year to year.

Thomas Deis `38 WWII Memorial Prize
A prize for a graduating student of STM has been established by Mr. Deis in recognition of the education he received at St. Thomas More College and the University of Saskatchewan. It is also to memorialize all those STM students who served and gave their lives in WWII.

The candidate must be a St. Thomas More College or Newman Centre member who has demonstrated an all-round excellence or leadership, and/or who has enriched notably the life of STM or Newman Centre.

Father Henry Carr Prize
Given out at Spring and Fall Convocation. Awarded to a student who has shown leadership in and/or contributed to the life of the St. Thomas More College.

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The Hinz / Teunissen Memorial Scholarship

A scholarship will be awarded to a graduating STM student who is majoring in English Honours. Named in memory of Andrew & Aloisa Hinz and John & Mary Teunissen.

VALUE Varies

NUMBER OFFERED 1

ELIGIBILITY Student must:

  • have graduated with an English Honours degree
  • have graduated as a full-time STM student
  • not be majoring in creative writing
  • be continuing on to study in a Masters English program

SELECTION CRITERIA Academic achievement

DONOR Dr. Evelyn and Dr. John Teunissen

APPLICATION
No Application required. All students receiving a BA Honours in English in the Fall of 2017 and the Spring of 2018 will be emailed to inform them of this scholarship opportunity.

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In any given year, the amount and awarding of each St. Thomas More College scholarship and bursary is contingent upon the availability of funds.