Indigenous Students

Deciding where you want to further your academic pursuits can be challenging. The University of Regina has a strong commitment to truth and reconciliation in its strategic plan. There is over $50,000 of funding awarded annually specifically available to Indigenous scholars and we have support through the ta-tawâw student centre and a graduate support program. You’ll want to study in a supportive environment where you have full access to expert mentors. You’ll want to find a school where you feel comfortable yet challenged. You’ll want to be inspired by peers and form intellectual partnerships. Luckily, the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research at the University of Regina offers all of this…and so much more! 


1) What do you want to study?

2) Are you eligible?

3) Supervision

4) Apply online

5) Submit documents

6) Application status

7) Acceptance

The following awards are available through Graduate Awards Portal (GAP) most awarded in the fall semester

- FGSR Indigenous Graduate Scholarships - Kaskitomasowak
- Dean of Arts Building Dreams and Futures Scholarship
- Indigenous Graduate Student in Public Policy Studies Scholarship
- Constance Jones Scholarship for Students of Aboriginal Ancestry
- Indigenous Graduate Student in Education Scholarship
- Aboriginal Kinesiology and Health Studies Award

There is also the Queen Elizabeth II Indigenous Scholarship in February