Why donate to STM? Here are three good reasons:

Indigenous Chair

The Chair's purpose is to encourage and foster awareness and appreciation of Indigenous spirituality and reconciliation by facilitating dialogue within the academic community and the broader society, and through exemplary teaching and reputable research. The Chair is to be a source of intellectual leadership both inside and outside the academy.

The Chair sponsors various activities such as hosting ceremonies; awarding a teaching fellowship to an Indigenous graduate student; enabling the regular presence of an Elder at STM; inviting guest lecturers; organizing conferences; supporting curriculum development; or, enabling a part-time Indigenous faculty appointment. All activities are to be focused on Indigenous spirituality and reconciliation through the study of one or more of history, culture, traditions, language and understandings of formal or informal religious and/or spiritual practices.

For many Cree people, oskâpêwis refers to an Elder’s helper or servant, one who brokers relationships; the Chair is to be oskâpêwis between Indigenous traditions and the academic community.

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Catholic Studies Chair

The Leslie and Irene Dubé Chair for Catholic Studies supports scholarship and research related to Catholic teaching and tradition, fosters Catholic education, and promotes ecumenical dialogue and awareness of other faith traditions.

It also sponsors an annual lecture in Catholic Studies exploring topics related to faith and the intellectual life, ecumenical and interfaith dialogue, and Catholic reflections on current issues. Through this lecture series, distinguished scholars engage with key issues of our time and bring the Catholic tradition into dialogue with contemporary culture.

Your help to fully fund the Chair will enable STM to name a respected scholar to act as a beacon of the Catholic intellectual tradition within our community and beyond. Please consider contributing toward this endowed fund, to ensure that the best of Catholic scholarship remains a living tradition emanating from STM to the benefit of students and the wider community. 

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Scholarships & Bursaries

St. Thomas More College is Saskatoon’s only Catholic liberal arts college, and is federated with the University of Saskatchewan. Approximately 5,300 students are registered in over 215 STM Arts & Science course offerings as part of their USask degrees.  

The cost of an education is very challenging for many of our students.

Thanks to our generous supporters, in 2023-2024 STM College was able to offer over $280,000 in scholarships and bursaries to our students.

Your gift will contribute significantly to STM's mission to help its students grow intellectually and personally, and to think creatively and critically as they prepare to take their place in the world.

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Please contact us with any questions, or to discuss these options:

  • Set up a scholarship, bursary or award
  • Make a gift in Memoriam
  • Discuss a planned gift
  • Support the Leslie & Irene Dubé Chair for Catholic Studies or Chair for Indigenous

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