Program Description: The Siksika Nation Post Secondary Student Support Program is administered through Old Sun Community College and is designed to help students take the next step towards a post-secondary education. Whether you want to enroll in a program on campus or at another approved college or university, the staff are here to assist you.
The objective of the Siksika Nation Post Secondary Student Support Program (S.N.P.S.S.S.P.) is to assist Siksika Nation Members in gaining access to a post-secondary education and to graduate with the qualifications and skills needed to pursue individual careers.
On April 1, 1991 the Siksika Nation took control of the Post Secondary Grants Administration Program from Indigenous Service Canada, (formerly known as the Department of Indian Affairs).
To strengthen, encourage and protect post secondary educational opportunities for the Siksika Nation.
Our purpose, being part of the educative body for the people of the Siksika Nation, is to ensure that we improve quality of life in the area of intellectual well-being. Our commitment to this aspect of the mission statement will fulfill our role to the Siksika Nation.
[wp-svg-icons icon=”calendar” wrap=”i”] THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS JUNE 15 and accepted only once per year.
Applications for financial support must include:
NOTE: Additional documentation or information may be requested.
To be eligible an applicant must have met university or college entrance requirements and have been enrolled or accepted for enrolment in a post secondary institution for a program of studies that is a minimum of eight months in duration that has a grade 12 equivalence.
NOTE: All documentation should be included with your application. If you are unable to submit all your information please contact the Post Secondary department.
Siksika Nation Post Secondary Student Support Program Application Form