Bernadine and Betty Ann will be at the UnBQ campus today Monday, October 28th to meet with students. If you have any questions or concerns, please be ready to bring them forward. We will be there from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. See you later!
Emma is now taking the Universtiy of Calgary’s – Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program that started Fall 2018 and will end 2022. We are very proud of all Emma’s past accomplishments and look forward to supporting her as she moves forward in her educational endeavours.
Attention to all Saddle Lake Post Secondary Students, if you are a continuing student and have not filled out your Spring application, please do so by MARCH 15TH. Once you have filled out your application you can submit to our office as soon as possible.
If you have any questions, please call us at 780-726-7609 or email us at:
Betty Ann Cardinal – email@example.com
Wishing all our Post Secondary Students a Happy New Year!
January 2019 has arrived and so starts a brand new academic term. The Saddle Lake Post Secondary Staff would like to wish you all the best and hope that your term has commenced with any concerns. We are in the process of finalizing tuition payments and want to remind students to submit your fall 2018 statement of marks, winter 2019 course schedules/timetables and your winter application form. For those students who have submitted the necessary documents, your prompt submission is much appreciation.
March 15th is our Intersession application deadline (May-June/July-August) and ask that you click on our Sponsorship Procedures tab and scroll down to download the Intersession Application. To students that are not going to enrol in Spring/Summer courses, we ask that you let us know as soon as possible.
On February 15th, we will be hosting our round dance where Saddle Lake Post Secondary, Reinvestment and Employment & Training honor students who have completed their program between January 01, 2017 and December 31, 2018. If you are wondering if you are on our lists, please contact the program whom you received sponsorship from at the following:
Post Secondary: Bernadine Houle-Steinhauer at 780-726-7609
Employment & Training: Rose Collins / Christine Cardinal at 780-290-3014
2018/2019 Student Policy Handbook is now available to review, download or print
Students who wish to have a digital copy can click here: 2018/2019 SLPS Student Policy Handbook, and you will be directed to our Policy Handbook manual. From here, you can either view a specific page, download to a file or print full document.
SLPS Winter 2019 Application Form can be viewed, saved to a file or printed
Attention all Continuing SLPS Students:
Students who have already been approved for the the 2018/2019 academic year
If you have not filled out our Winter application and submitted these documents to us already, please do so today. Along with your application we will require your Winter 2019 Course Schedule / Timetable and your Fall 2018 Statement of Marks as soon as you have access to them. You can either scan Email to:
Betty Ann Cardinal, Student Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org;
Melodee Duckchief, Administrative Assistant at email@example.com or;
Bernadine Houle-Steinhauer, Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
or you can Fax your documents to the office at:
or you can stop by the office and hand deliver them to us.
For Prospective Students:
If you were applying for sponsorship through SLPS for a January 01st start, you should have already submitted the following, on or before Monday, October 15, 2018, if you have not, our next application deadline is June 01st for September 2019 start:
As a Returning Student:
SLPS Winter 2019 Sponsorship Application and Waiver form;
Acceptance Letter from your institution;
Recent transcripts from all educational institutions that you have attended in the past;
Confirmation of Course Registration (January – April 2019);
Updated Career Plan (if it’s been more than 5 years);
Tuition Assessment Fees;
As a New Student:
all the above plus Eligibility confirmation from Saddle Lake Membership;
This year we have 6 Saddle Lake Cree Nation grade 12 students attending this event. These students are from Kihew Asiniy, Ashmont Secondary School and from the Outreach Program in Saddle Lake. They will be learning about the programs that are available from the U of A, more importantly, the Transition Year Program, application process, Bursaries & Scholarships, Housing, Financial awareness and so much more. The Aboriginal Student Services is now called the First Peoples’ House.
Learn about University of Alberta undergraduate programs, housing, awards, and services
Connect with faculty and service representatives
Meet new people from other high schools and Aboriginal communities
Win great prizes including UAlberta apparel and more!