Scholarships and Bursaries

All scholarships administered through the College Finance Office will be applied to any outstanding tuition and student fees.  The remainder of the award, if any, will be forwarded to you by cheque.

Scholarships that cover the tuition and fees for the 1st Term of the college year will be treated as the first instalment payment.  The remaining tuition and student fees will not be due until the first Friday of February.

Students that have moved on to the University of Saskatchewan or other universities, who have been awarded a St. Peter's College Scholarship, will be paid via cheque.  (When you apply for a scholarship, please make sure your contact information is up to date.)  

University of Saskatchewan entrance scholarships will be paid to the student by cheque from the University of  Saskatchewan.

 It is the students responsibility to contact the University of  Saskatchewan and tell them that you are attending St. Peter's College.  Once they know you are attending St. Peter's College, they will forward your scholarship to you.

Contact number for the University of Saskatchewan is 306.966.1212.

The college will issue  a T4A for all scholarships and awards.

T4A's will be issued by Mid-February and mailed out to the recipients of all awards and scholarships.

There are numerous scholarships and awards available to students who attend St. Peter's College.  These awards encourage and reward scholastic achievement, life experience and College involvement, while providing monetary assistance to facilitate attendance at the college.

The deadline to apply for St. Peter's College Scholarships and Awards is June 24th.  Successful applicants will be notified in early August.  St. Peter's College Scholarships and awards are presented to recipients in November at the Awards Ceremony. 

For awards based on high school achievement, averages are calculated using university entrance requirements.  All upper-year awards require completion of no less that 24 credit units at the university level.

The Scholarship Committee reserves the right not to grant an award if criteria have not been met.  Unless otherwise indicated, the scholarship or bursary will be applied to the payment of the recipient's tuition and fees.  Any remaining balance will be dispersed to the student.

St. Peter's College reserves the right to release recipient information to donors, high schools, provincial funding bodies and the media.  The college also reserves the right to use this information for promotional purposes. 

St. Peter's College assumes liability for the payment of scholarships, bursaries and other awards only to the extent that expected gifts from donors, or returns from particular investments of endowed funds are realized.  The College reserves the right to make whatever changes circumstances may require, including the cancellation or addition of particular awards.

Applying for Scholarships and Awards

  1. The application form is available here.

  2. If you are applying for first-year awards, send a copy of your preliminary high school marks to St. Peter's College or if you are applying for upper-year awards, send a copy of your previous year's final grades.

  3. Gather and send all supporting documents relevant to each award.  Remember to keep all scholarship, award or bursary materials together to avoid misplacement of crucial items.

  4. Ensure that the supporting documentation is well prepared and includes all required documentation, including letters of reference.

  5. Submit your on-line application form and send supporting documentation before July 24th in one of the following ways:

    Mail: St. Peter's College 
            Box 40 
            Muenster, SK  S0K 2Y0

   Fax:  306.682.4402

   Email:  mcnabbb@stpeters.sk.ca


Questions?

We can help you with your application and answer questions.  Please contact Brenda McNabb for assistance.

Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries

 

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Abbot Peter Novecosky Jubilee Award
Value: $400*
Donor: Friends of Abbot Peter Novecosky on the occasion of the Silver Jubilee of his Ordination to the Ministerial Priesthood.
Number: 1.
Eligibility: Awarded to a first or upper year, full-time St. Peter’s College student who is either a Muenster area resident OR a non-Saskatchewan resident (preferably from a developing country).
Selection Criteria:
  • Community involvement.
  • Leadership qualities and personal initiative.
  • Students who receive other SPC awards will not qualify for this award.
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application.
  • Statement indicating community involvement, leadership qualities, and personal initiative.
Cecilia Poole Memorial Bursary
Value: $550*
Donor: Estate of Cecilia Poole and her family.  This bursary is intended to honour the memory of Cecilia Poole who was a teacher in the Humboldt School Division for many years.  It will support students desirous of becoming elementary or secondary school teachers.
Number: 1.
Eligibility: Awarded annually to a first or upper-year, full-time student at St. Peter's College who is taking the preparatory courses to apply for the College of Education.
Selection Criteria:
  • Demonstration of financial need.
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application.
  • St. Peter's College Financial Need Statement.
  • Two letters of recommendation:  one personal and one academic.
  • 150-250 word statement on your philosophy of education.
Co-operative Work Bursary
Value: Remission of tuition for 6 credit units of university study.
Donor: St. Peter's College.
Number: 1.
Eligibility: Offered annually to a first or upper year, full-time or part-time student at St. Peter's College.
Selection Criteria:
  • Demonstration of financial need.
  • Quality of proposal (see below).
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application.
  • St. Peter's College Financial Need Statement.
  • Written proposal (not to exceed 2 pages), outlining a project that would be beneficial to St. Peter's College to be completed by April 15th of the academic year the bursary is given.
  • Consultation with the President.
Frank and Elizabeth Weber Scholarship
Value: $1,500*
Donor: Gertrude Wallace and Francis Maurice Weber.
Number: 1.
Eligibility: Awarded annually to a first or upper year, full-time St. Peter's College student.
Selection Criteria:
  • Academic achievement in either high school or university.
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application.
  • High school or University transcripts.
Hans and Mary Louise Selnes Scholarship
Value: $400*
Donor: Bill Selnes and Ann Marie Baerwald on behalf of their parents.
Number: 1.
Eligibility: Awarded annually to a first or upper year, full-time St. Peter's College student.
Selection Criteria:
  • Academic achievement.
  • Sports involvement in the community or school.
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application.
  • High school or University transcripts.
  • Two letters of reference:  one character and one academic.
Joseph and Sophie Urbanoski Memorial Scholarship
Value: $400*
Donor: Carl Urbanoski in honour of his parents who emigrated from Poland and settled in the Melfort district.
Number: 1.
Eligibility: Awarded annually to a first or upper year, full-time St. Peter's College student.
Selection Criteria:
  • Academic achievement in either high school or fist year of university.
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application.
  • High school or University transcripts.
Paul J. Hoenmans Bursary
Value: $2,300*
Donor: Paul J. Hoenmans, St. Peter’s College Alumnus – Class of 1950
Number: 1.
Eligibility: Awarded to an entering first or upper year, full-time St. Peter's College student who is a resident of the Prairie Provinces of Canada.
Selection Criteria:
  • Demonstration of Academic Merit (10%)
  • Demonstration of Financial Need (40%)
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application.
  • St. Peter's College Financial Need Statement.
  • One letter of recommendation demonstrating academic merit
  • A statement, of not more than two pages, demonstrating your education and career plans and how you may not be able to attend St. Peter’s College without this bursary (50%)
Roger DeMong Memorial Bursary
Value: $500*
Donor: Shirley (DeMong) Altrogge, Janice DeMong, Sr. Darlene DeMong (Sister of Sion), Leroy DeMong, Kenneth DeMong, Fr. Lawrence DeMong OSB, Br. Walter DeMong OMI, and Raymond DeMong in honour of Roger DeMong and his family who were killed in 1980 in a vehicle accident in British Columbia.
Number: 1.
Eligibility: Awarded to a first or upper year, full-time St. Peter's College student.
Selection Criteria:
  • Dedication and involvement in volunteering to help people
  • Taking a rural- or environment-related course (i.e. Agriculture, Rural Sociology, Sciences or Environmental Studies).
  • Students who receive other major St. Peter's College awards will not qualify for this award.
  • Demonstration of financial need.
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application.
  • St. Peter's College Financial Need Statement.
  • Statement indicating concern and involvement with rural or environmental issues, along with future educational and career plans.
St. Peter's College Scholars' Awards
Value: Full tuition for 18 credit units (three full-year classes); these scholarships are limited to paying tuition only for St. Peter's College classes (this does not include SCN and Campus Saskatchewan classes) in which the recipient is registered.
Donor: St. Peter's College.
Number: 2.
Eligibility: Awarded annually to students enrolled in 18-30 credit units and who are also residents of Saskatchewan.
Selection Criteria:
  • Academic achievement.
  • Dedication, determination, focus and commitment to education.
  • Students who receive other major SPC awards will not qualify for this award.
  • Demonstration of financial need.
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application.
  • St. Peter's College Financial Need Statement.
  • High school or university transcripts.
  • Two letters of reference:  one academic and one character.
  • Statement indicating applicant’s community, school or church involvement.
  • Interview may be required.
St. Peter's College Student Government Bursary
Value: $500
Donor: St. Peter’s Student Government (1997-98) with the recommendation that, if financially feasible, all following SPSG students carry on the tradition.
Number: 2.
Eligibility: Awarded to two first or upper year, full-time St. Peter's College students.
Selection Criteria:
  • Based on financial need.
  • Students who receive other major SPC awards will not qualify for this award.
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application.
  • St. Peter's College Financial Need Statement.
Islay Ehlert Award
Value: $250
Donor: Islay Ehlert
Number: 1
Eligibility:

Awarded to a first or upper year mature learner, from Saskatchewan, at St. Peter’s College who has demonstrated financial need.

Selection Criteria:
  • Academic Achievement
  • Demonstrated Financial Need
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application
  • High School transcripts
  • St. Peter’s College Financial Need Statement
  • A statement, not more than two pages, demonstrating how you may not be able to attend SPC without this bursary
MET Fine Arts Award
Value: $500
Donor: Anonymous
Number: 1
Eligibility: Awarded to a first year, full-time St. Peter's College students who demonstrates academic merit and financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in fine arts.
Selection Criteria:
  • Academic Achievement
  • Demonstration of financial need.
Please Submit:
  • St. Peter's College Scholarship Application
  • High School transcripts.
  • Financial Need Statement.

 

* Indicated amounts may vary