Entrance Scholarships

Unless otherwise indicated, recipients must register in the Fall semester as a new, first-year, full-time student as defined by the University of Regina.

Deadline for applications is March 15.

We also have many entrance scholarships which are awarded without the need for applications. For a full list and their selection criteria, click here.

Entrance Scholarships online application form

Entrance Scholarships fillable PDF application form

To submit your application form:

  1. Ensure you have all your information collected for the application, including which scholarships you are applying for, your personal statement (500 words max), financial information, volunteer information and extracurricular activities.
  2. Either fill in the online application or download the PDF form to your computer/electronic device.
  3. Complete the form. Be sure to include all relevant information for the scholarship(s) for which you are applying.
  4. If using the PDF form, save the form to your computer/electronic device, and either print and return to the Campion Registrar's Office (Room 301, Campion College) or attach the file in an email to  campion.registrar@uregina.ca
  5. If using the electronic one, simply submit it at the end.

Note: Applicants who send their application via email will receive an email confirmation that the application was received.

  • Campion Knights Bursary    $1,000

The Campion Knights Bursary was established by the Campion College Knights of Columbus Council #15955 and is intended to aid alumni of the Mother Teresa Middle School in Regina, but is open to other applicants. The bursary is awarded to entrance or continuing students based on financial need, but other criteria, such as involvement with the Knights of Columbus, academic grades, and community service, will be considered as well. The student must be registered in the upcoming Fall semester for full-time study as defined by the University of Regina.

  • Don and Claire Kramer Foundation Scholarship    $6,000

This scholarship is made possible by Mr. and Mrs. Don Kramer and their family. It is designated for a first-year Campion student from rural Saskatchewan. Applicants must have a minimum 80% high school early conditional average and must be registered in 15 credit hours in both the upcoming Fall and Winter semesters. This scholarship will be disbursed in two instalments: one in September, and one in January.

  • Dr. John M. and Regina Riffel Entrance Bursary    $750

This bursary was established by Father John M. Riffel in memory of his wife and of their pioneer parents, Anton and Katherina Riffel, and Benedict and Magdalena Deis. The bursary is awarded annually in September to a first-year Campion student with a minimum 75% high school early conditional average. The bursary is based on financial need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular activities.

  • Harold J. Leibel Family Entrance Scholarship    $1,000

This scholarship, established by Harold and Shirley Leibel and family, is awarded to a first-year Campion student with a minimum 80% high school early conditional average. It is based primarily on academic achievement, but the applicants' financial need and extra-curricular activities will also be taken into consideration. Applicants must be residents of Saskatchewan and must be registered in 15 credit hours in the upcoming Fall semester.

  • Jesuit Fathers Entrance Bursary    $500

This bursary is awarded to a first-year Campion College student with a minimum 75% high school early conditional average and is based on financial need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular activities. The recipient of this scholarship must be registered as a full-time student during the upcoming Fall semester.

  • Knights of Columbus, Conseil Langevin, Scholarship    $250

First-year Campion students applying for this scholarship must have received the highest mark (at least 75%) in Grade XII French among the applicants and must be registered in a French course in the upcoming Fall semester. Preference will be given to those intending to major in French. The recipient of this scholarship must be a full-time student at Campion College during the upcoming Fall semester.

  • Kovacs Voice Entrance Scholarship    $1,000

This scholarship is awarded to the most promising Campion student who is majoring in Voice at the University of Regina. In order to be eligible for this scholarship, a first-year student must have a high school early conditional average that exceeds 75%. The recipient of this scholarship must be continuing as a full-time Campion student in the upcoming Fall semester.

  • Mary Volk Memorial Entrance Scholarship    $2,500

This scholarship is awarded annually in the fall to a Campion Media, Art, and Performance student who has completed at least 30 credit hours, has a minimum 75% high school early conditional average and is registered in at least 12 credit hours per semester in the upcoming Fall and Winter. Academic achievement and financial need will be the main criteria, and preference will be given to students majoring in Music. The scholarship is awarded in two installments of $1250, the first to be given in September and the second in January.

  • Pre-Professional Studies Scholarship    $1,000

The Pre-Professional Studies Scholarship was established for entering students registered through Campion College in a pre-professional academic program. Up to five scholarships are awarded in the Fall to students who have achieved academic excellence with a minimum 80% early conditional admission average and who display dedication to their intended profession. The student must be registered in the upcoming Fall semester for full-time study as defined by the University of Regina.

  • Regina Archdiocesan Catholic Women's League Scholarship    $1,000

This scholarship is awarded to a first-year Campion College student whose mother is a CWL member, and who participates actively in their parish, school, or community.  The recipient of this scholarship must be a full-time student during the upcoming Fall semester.

  • Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus Bursary    $1,000

This bursary, funded by the Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus Charitable Foundation and Adrienne & Mervyn Welter Endowment Fund, is awarded primarily on the basis of financial need. Other criteria, such as academic grades, may be considered as well. The applicant must be a member of the Knights of Columbus, the Columbian Squires, or the spouse, child, or grandchild of a member or a deceased member of the Knights of Columbus. The recipient of this scholarship must be a full-time student registered in at least 12 credit hours during the Fall semester of the 2017 - 2018 academic year.

  • Stuart Lefebvre Memorial Bursary    $1,250

This bursary is in memory of Stuart Lefebvre, a Campion Science student who was a shining example of courage and determination in his life-long battle with cancer and the complications from its treatment. Established by his family and friends, it is awarded annually in the fall to a first-year Campion student who has faced serious illness, disability, or other major life challenge, in the same spirit. Applicants must have a minimum high school early conditional average of 65% and must be registered in at least two classes during the upcoming Fall semester.

  • Wolfe Family General Achievement Scholarship    $6,500

This scholarship is designated for a first-year Campion student graduating from a Saskatchewan high school and enrolled in full-time studies, as defined by the University of Regina. 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. The scholarship is paid out in two installments of $3250: the first to be given in September, the second in January. This scholarship is renewable for up to two additional years with a renewable value of $6500 per year, providing the candidate meets specified requirements for renewal (continuing academic [minimum 80% UGPA] and athletic excellence as well as compassionate service). Therefore, the potential value of the award is $19,500 for three years.