Scholarships

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 Centennial Merit and Centennial Merit Plus scholarship program. Visit U of R scholarship program for more information.

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

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

  

New Scholarships

The Wolfe Family General Achievement Entrance Scholarship

This scholarship is made possible by the Wolfe Family. It 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 confirming and describing the candidate’s participation in individual or team sports and/or athletics.

One entrance award valued at $6,500 will be awarded for the 2016/2017 academic year. This award is renewable for up to three additional years with a renewable value of $6,500 per year, providing the candidate meets specific requirements for renewal. The potential value of the award is $26,000.

 

Sinclair-Salamon Bursary

This bursary, established by alumna Patricia (John) Sinclair and alumna Genevieve Salamon (Glen Gunther), is awarded to a female Campion student designated as a mature student (as defined by the University of Regina) and pursuing a degree with a major in the areas of Anthropology, French, Economics, English, Geography, History, International Studies, Linguistics, Philosophy, Psychology, Religious Studies, or Sociology. The student must have achieved a minimum of 60 credit hours and not more than 90 credit hours, be registered in the Fall semester at Campion College for a minimum of 9 credit hours, and have achieved a minimum 70% overall average in the previous academic year.

 

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.