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Welcome to the SAGA Homepage

SAGA UNDERGRADUATE AWARD

The SAGA Undergraduate Award/Scholarship is now in place and ready for the first Awards to be made for the 2019/20 academic year!

The scholarship is open to continuing undergraduate students in any degree or diploma program offered at the College of Agriculture and Bioresources. As well as academic achievement, involvement in college, university, or community activities will be an important selection criterion.

Initially there will be up to three $1000 scholarships awarded each year. As the Award Fund grows the number and/or value of the Awards can be changed.

Tax deductible contributions can now be made to the Award Fund managed by the University of Saskatchewan. There are no overhead charges so 100% goes into the Fund. The University will issue tax receipts.

It is easy to contribute:

On-line go to: https://donate.usask.ca/online/agbio.php   Select SAGA Undergraduate Award from the “Select Gift Designation” drop down menu and complete the online pledge form.

By cheque payable to: University of Saskatchewan. Note on memo line: SAGA Undergraduate Award . Mail to: College of Agriculture and Bioresources, Development Office, 51 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A8

By telephone: through a central line operated by the University at either of these numbers:

                (306) 956 5186

                Toll-free: 1-800-699-1907

Please consider contributing to the SAGA Undergraduate Award Fund. It is a great way to support our College and the agriculture industry.

 


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