Open to all Students
Undergraduate Student Research Assistantships (USRAs) | USRAs are awards provided to faculty researchers interested in hiring undergraduate students as research assistants over the summer. The application website is active in March of each year. See the rubric to learn how applications are evaluated.
Student Travel Award | Provides financial assistance to students to participate in academic-related conferences, competitions and other university activities.
Student Group Grants | As of September, 2016, the Office of Sustainability has partnered with the USSU Sustainability Committee to provide sustainability grants to University of Saskatchewan students. The committee's enhanced funding capabilities, increased oversight, and student leadership makes it the perfect way to help U of S students fund their sustainability-related projects, intiatives, or events.
Arts and Science Undergraduate Travel Fund Competitions | Assist students as individuals or groups with travel expenses associated with conferences or other experiences not tied to course credit but to enhance academic development.
Chemistry Undergraduate Research Awards | There are a number of research awards and scholarships available through the Chemistry Department that will hire students to do research over the summer. Some of these awards are for on-campus positions, and others include travel to other universities for research.
St. Thomas More College Engaged Learning Fund | A competitive grant provided to successful candidates to participate in an event or project regarding social justice or community service-learning, harmonized with STM’s Catholic mission, that benefit students or the larger community.
WCVM Integrated Undergraduate Summer Research and Leadership Program | Provides research experiences to undergraduate students who are enrolled in veterinary medicine as well as in pre-health sciences courses at the University of Saskatchewan.
College of Medicine's Global Health Travel Awards Program |This travel award is intended for students who will take part in global health education, research or service-learning programs abroad, typically during the summer months.