CIC Indigenous Bursary

The Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan (CIC) has a partnership funding agreement with Lakeland College to support the CIC Indigenous Bursary. The goal is to provide financial aid to Indigenous students who have demonstrated involvement in leadership, management and community service activities. You must:
• be of self-declared Indigenous ancestry (including Status First Nation, Non-Status First-Nation, Métis, or Inuit
• Preference to students entering or continuing full-time studies in one of the designated Business, Environmental Sciences, or Trades & Technology programs at Lakeland College, with a minimum entrance high school average of 65% or a college Grade Point Average (GPA) of 65% (C/2.0 average) – see preferred programs below
• have been a resident of Saskatchewan during the past 12 months
• may be registered on or off-campus in any undergraduate program
• may have completed courses at the Lakeland College or another post-secondary institution

Payment is given in two installments: in the fall and the winter. To receive the 2nd payment you must achieve a GPA of 65% or better on the fall term, and continue to be enrolled full-time in the winter term. If you are applying for the first time for the winter term, you are entitled to one installment.

Preferred programs of study
Accounting Technician
Administrative Professional
Business Administration Certificate
Business Administration: Accounting
Business Administration: General Business
Business Administration: Marketing
Business Administration: Real Estate Appraisal & Assessment
Business Administration: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Power Engineering Technician
Process & Power Engineering
Sustainable Energy Technology
Environmental Sciences Certificate
Environmental Sciences: Environmental Conservation & Reclamation
Environmental Sciences: General Environmental Sciences
Environmental Sciences: Land Stewardship & Conservation
Environmental Sciences: Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation
Bachelor of Applies Science: Environmental Management

(Note: If there are funds still available after awarding to students from preferred programs, a student from another program who meets all the other bursary requirements will be considered)

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