With more than 70 Scholarships and bursaries available exclusively to Campion students, in addition to the awards offered by the University of Regina, Campion students can truly “discover the best of both worlds”.

Campion students are also eligible for the University of Regina scholarships and awards including the University of Regina Entrance Scholarship program. Visit Student Awards and Financial Aid for more information.

Campion Entrance Scholarships & Bursaries (Application Deadline: March 15)

Campion Continuing Scholarships & Bursaries (Application Deadline: February 1)

Featured Scholarships:

Wolfe Family Entrance Scholarship $6,500

This scholarship is designated for a first-year Campion student graduating from a Saskatchewan high school. Applicants must have a minimum 90% admission average, demonstrate compassion through active service within the community, and show a commitment to athletics through involvement in sports. Four letters of reference are required, two confirming and describing the candidate’s compassionate activities (at least two hours weekly over 40 weeks during the prior year) and two references / letter testimonials confirming and describing the candidate’s participation in individual or team sports and/or athletics.

International Service Learning Scholarship

In the spirit of encouraging students to engage in service learning, Campion College has established scholarships for the purpose of helping students who wish to do volunteer work in other countries. Students who are interested in obtaining an International Service Learning scholarship will need to affiliate themselves with a reputable international development volunteer organization. There is no deadline for application for this scholarship; review of proposals is continuous until all the funds available in a given year are allocated.

Check out the Continuing Scholarship listing for more information. 

Campion College Centennial Indigenous Entrance Award


This scholarship is awarded to the self-declared Indigenous student with the highest Grade XII early conditional average, who is applying for high school admission into an undergraduate program for the upcoming Fall semester at Campion College. This award was established in 2017 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Campion College

St. Kateri Tekakwitha Entrance Award for Indigenous Students


These scholarships are awarded to self-declared Indigenous students applying for admission into an undergraduate program for the upcoming Fall semester at Campion College and are awarded on the basis of Grade XII early conditional average. Preference will be given to graduates of Mother Teresa Middle School in order of their academic averages. In the event that there are no applicants who have graduated from Mother Teresa Middle School, the award or awards may be given to any Indigenous students in the order of their academic averages.