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Henry Baker Scholarship Program Application

University of Regina (including Campion College; and Luther College)
(1) $2,000 Entrance scholarship for a student graduating from a Regina High School enrolled full-time [minimum 9 credit hours] in the first year of a degree program at the University of Regina
(2) $2,000 scholarships for a student enrolled full-time [minimum 9 credit hours] in the second year of a degree program at the University of Regina
(2) $2,000 scholarships for a student enrolled full-time [minimum 9 credit hours] in the third or fourth year of a degree program at the University of Regina
(2) $2,000 scholarships for a post-graduate student at either the Doctoral or Master level at the University of Regina with a thesis relating to a community issue enrolled full-time (minimum 6 credit hours) at the University of Regina.
First Nations University of Canada, Regina Campus
(1) $2,000 entrance scholarship for a student of Indigenous ancestry graduating from a Regina high school who is enrolling full-time [minimum 9 credit hours] in the first year of a degree program at the First Nations University of Canada
(2) $2,000 scholarships for a student of Indigenous ancestry enrolled full-time (minimum 9 credit hours) in the second, third or fourth year of a degree program at the First Nations University of Canada
Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus
(2) $2,000 Entrance scholarship for a student graduating from a Regina high school enrolled full-time in the first year of a diploma or degree program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus
(1) $2,000 scholarships for a student enrolled full-time in a second, third or fourth year of a diploma or degree program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus.
Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research (including Dumont Technical Institute), and Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
(1) $2,000 Entrance scholarships for a student of Indigenous ancestry graduating from a Regina High School enrolled full-time [minimum 9 credit hours] in the first year of a degree program at Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research (including Dumont Technical Institute), or Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies.
(1) $2,000 scholarship for a student of Indigenous ancestry enrolled full-time [minimum 9 credit hours] in a second, third or fourth year degree program at Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research (including Dumont Technical Institute), or Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
Registered Vocational Schools in Regina (The Style Academy (formally Richard’s), Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies, Marvel Beauty School, The Globe Theatre Conservatory, Avant-Garde College, Apex Academy of Professional Grooming & Animal Arts)
(2) $2,000 scholarships for a student enrolled in a 20 week or more certificate program at a Registered Category I Vocational School located in Regina
 
 
Last name*
First name*
Middle name
Student Number
Present address (correspondence will be sent here)*
Permanent address (if different from above)
Phone number at present address
Phone number at permanent address
Mobile phone number
Email address*
Attach transcripts*
Attach two-page summary*
I hereby grant permission for the University of Regina (including Campion and Luther College), First Nations University of Canada, Regina Campus, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus, Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research (including Technical Institute), Regina Campus (including Dumont Technical Institute), 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., Apex Academy) to verify my marks to the City of Regina.*
Yes
I am unable to register in the minimum nine credit hours because of a disability. Applicants who are unable, because of a disability, to register in the minimum credit hours stated in the scholarship’s term of reference, may still be considered if their maximum course load is specified and documented by a post-secondary institution’s professional who is qualified to assess their disability.
Yes
(optional) I am self-declaring as an Indigenous Person. A person who self declares as Indigenous is of First Nations (status or non-status), Metis or Inuit ancestry.
Yes
Where did you learn about the Henry Baker Scholarship?

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