The following awards and scholarships are provided by the Saskatchewan Land Surveyors' Association through the SLSA Charitable Fund.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Institute - SLSA Saskatchewan Advantage Opportunity and Innovation (SAOI) Scholarship

  • An annual $1250 (with a 50% match by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Advanced Education for a total of $1875) scholarship presented to the individual who is enrolled full-time in the Geomatics Technology, Year 2, Diploma Program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic and has met the Saskatchewan Advantage Opportunity and Innovation (SAOI) Scholarship program criteria.

    For more information on scholarships offered at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, please visit their website.

I. W. Tweddell Memorial Award

Available only to "Student Land Surveyor" members of SLSA

  • Value: $1,250

  • Conditions:

    • Offered annually

    • All applications must be in writing

    • Deadline for applications is May 31 of year in which the scholarship is awarded.

    • Applications should include, and will be rated on the basis of:

      • Education - Including high school graduating average, marks from survey-related technical or university courses, and current status with CBEPS, the University of Calgary or the University of New Brunswick

      • A brief explanation of why the applicant would like to become a Saskatchewan Land Surveyor

      • Financial need

      • Biographical Information

      • Volunteer work

      • Hobbies and interests

For more information and to apply for this award, contact :

Saskatchewan Land Surveyors' Association

#7 - 2010 7th Ave., Regina, S4R 1C2

phone - 306 352 8999

e-mail -

University of Calgary Scholarship Award

  • Field of Study: Geomatics Engineering.

  • Value: $1,250

  • An Award Plaque is also given.

  • Conditions: Offered annually to a continuing undergraduate student entering fourth year in the Schulich School of Engineering, majoring in Geomatics Engineering with a concentration in Cadastral Surveying who has completed secondary schooling within the province of Saskatchewan. The award will be based on academic merit and the candidate must have attained a grade point average of not less than 2.60 in the previous academic year. To be eligible students must have selected a topic dealing with cadastral land studies for their ENGO 503 project

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The following awards and scholarships are provided by other organizations:


Canadian Right of Way Educational Foundation High School Scholarship

  • Offered to a high school student entering any of the various fields impacting the Right of Way profession, including (but not limited to) law, surveying, engineering, planning, real property appraisal, public administration or environmental studies

  • Value: $2,500