Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants must be enrolled with the University of Regina (including Campion College and Luther College), First Nations University of Canada, Regina Campus, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus, Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research (including Dumont Technical Institute), Regina Campus, Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies, Regina Campus, or a Registered Vocational School (The Style Academy, Marvel Beauty School, The Globe Theatre Conservatory, Avant-Garde College, Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies Inc., or Apex Academy of Professional Grooming and Animal Arts).
  • High School graduates applying to the University of Regina must have a minimum Early Conditional Admission Average (ECAA) of 80 per cent (based on the five subject grades used to calculate the
    ECAA).
  • Students applying to Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus must have a minimum overall average of 70 per cent.
  • Students applying to Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research (including Dumont Technical Institute), Regina Campus, or Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies must have a minimum overall average of 70 per cent.
  • Students must be enrolled in one of the listed Registered Vocational Schools (The Style Academy, Marvel Beauty School, The Globe Theatre Conservatory, Avant-Garde College, Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies Inc., or Apex Academy of Professional Grooming and Animal Arts) in order to be considered for a Vocational School Scholarship.
  • Current undergraduate applicants must have a UGPA of 80 per cent.
  • Current post-graduate applicants must have a CGPA of 80 per cent in their graduate studies. (In some circumstances, a portion of the undergraduate marks will be used).
  • Official or unofficial transcripts must be attached to your application. Post-secondary students can obtain a transcript from the University of Regina or Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus. High School students can obtain a transcript from their high school or an official transcript from:


Student and Teacher Services
Regina Centre Crossing
128-1621 Albert Street
Regina, SK S4P 2S5
306-787-9525
www.education.gov.sk.ca

Previous winners of the Henry Baker Scholarship Program are not eligible to apply. Please note that full-time City of Regina employees are also not eligible to apply.

Application Process

  • Complete the application form
  • Indicate which scholarship you are applying for
  • Applicants who are registered under the Saskatchewan Collaborative Programs in Nursing (SCBScN) between the University of Regina and Saskatchewan Polytechnic are required to submit their application through one of the four respective scholarships allocated to the University of Regina as part of the Henry Baker Scholarship Program.
  • Attach a copy of your transcript(s):
    • High School Graduates – Please attach your most recent
      transcript.
    • Post-Graduate, 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students – Please attach a
      copy of all your post-secondary transcripts.
  • Attach a typewritten two (2) page summary of:
    • Your Community involvement, volunteerism and personal or
      family life experiences;
    • Academic and career objectives;
    • Amount of any confirmed scholarships or bursaries for your
      2017/2018 studies; and
    • Why financial support would assist you.
  • In addition, post-graduate students must also describe how their
    thesis relates to a community issue.
  • Note: Reference letters are not required and will not be considered.

Conditions

  • The City of Regina reserves the right to reallocate funding to another category, if no eligible candidate is identified.
  • If no eligible candidate is identified in the First Nations University of Canada category, preference will be given to applicants in another category, where the candidate has self-declared to be of First Nations descent.
  • The City of Regina Henry Baker Scholarship Program is subject to change without notice.
  • The Selection Committee reserves the right to conduct a personal interview and request year-end marks for high school students.
  • Scholarship winners’ names and photos will be used in print and media material.

If you require further information, please contact the City of Regina at 306-777-7000.