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Merit Awards & Scholarships

Listing of Scholarship Applications and Deadline Dates
The following awards are made possible thanks to the generosity of U of T Scarborough donors.

The primary purpose of an in-course award or prize is to recognize the academic achievements of registered students. The scholarships and awards listed in this section of the website require an application and are only those awards that are administered by U of T Scarborough.  Please note the following:

  • Students who are currently registered at the U of T Scarborough can apply for these awards
  • Pay close attention to the deadlines dates and follow the instructions on how to complete the application
  • For each award, there is an Award Selection Committee that meets to review the applications and to select a recipient
  • Award Selection Committees meet throughout the summer (June and July)
  • Students will be notified with the results of their submission through eService
  • We endeavour to communicate the committee's decision by early September (where possible)

Some awards in this category are endowed from the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF). More about the OSOTF.

Scholarship applications are now open!

Name of Award
Deadline

Elizabeth Marie Bain Community Spirit Award
Awarded to a student entering 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year who has actively contributed at the U of T Scarborough and/or the community.   The recipient will:

  • show consistent involvement in extracurricular activity
  • have a good academic record (min B Average or 3.0 GPA)
  • demonstrate financial need
  • must meet OSAP’s residency requirements

Special consideration will be given to students who can demonstrate involvement in the arts and/or sports and/or in a mentorship role.

OSOTF Award

Value: $1,800 (approx.)

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

Biology Students’ Association Award
The University of Toronto Scarborough Biology Students’ Association (BioSA) seeks to award two full-time students enrolled in a program in the Department of Biological Sciences.  Candidates must meet the following criteria:

  • Entering 2nd, 3rd or 4th  year, and have completed 5.0 full credit equivalents
  • Demonstrate high quality academic work (minimum B+ average/3.3 GPA)
  • Demonstrate involvement in the scientific community

Examples of involvement in the scientific community may include: active membership in Departmental Student Associations; involvement in research through course work or volunteer or paid positions; volunteering in the community in health or science related activities, organizing science related events, etc.)

Value: $750 each

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

The Ann Boddington Prize in Music Performance
Awarded to a student entering the 3rd or 4th year of any program, who has made a contribution to music performance at UTSC.  The recipient:

  • should be an active/participating member in the campus and/or local community
  • can demonstrate strong citizenship through having enriched the lives of others in these communities
  • must be in good academic standing, and
  • has not previously won this award

Value: $900 (approx.)

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

Leigha Lee Browne in Drama 
Awarded to a student displaying outstanding ability in the dramatic arts who is either:

  • continuing in a Drama program at the U of T Scarborough (UTSC);  or
  • graduating in the upcoming June Convocation and has registered in an advanced training program in the Dramatic Arts

Value: $700 (approx.)

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

Canadian Federation of Women (CFUW) Scarborough In-Course Scholarships
Two awards will be given to students who are entering the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th  year of a degree in Psychology, and who:

  • have demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities in his/her school or community
  • are Canadian citizens or permanent residents
  • have a good academic record (minimum B average or 3.0 GPA)
  • demonstrate financial need
  • meet OSAP’s residency requirements

Special consideration will be given to students who can demonstrate an active commitment to supporting children’s or women’s issues. 

OSOTF Award

Value: $1,300 each (approx.)

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

Jeffrey and Waleuska Feldberg Scholarship in Social Sciences
Awarded to an undergraduate student entering 3rd or 4th year who:

  • is enrolled in a program taught by the Department of Social Sciences with preference given to a student enrolled in a Political Science Program
  • is involved in extracurricular/community activity
  • has shown outstanding improvement in his/her academic standing while studying under challenging personal circumstances. 

The applicant has overcome adversity (of any kind) in his/her life and continues to strive for excellence in the areas of academics, extracurricular and community involvement.

Value: $1,500

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

Frontier College at UTSC Literacy Award
Awarded to a student entering the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year who:

  • is in good academic standing
  • has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities through extracurricular/community volunteer involvement promoting literacy 

Special consideration will be given to students who have volunteered with Frontier College at University of Toronto Scarborough and/or their community partners. 

Candidates who were executive members of the Frontier College at University of Toronto Scarborough in the previous year are ineligible to apply.

Value: $500

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

C.K. Govind Excellence Award
Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student entering the 4th year of study in the Integrative Biology or Neuroscience program, who: 

  • demonstrates academic excellence (min.  B+/cumulative GPA 3.3); and
  • demonstrates a commitment to enhancing the lives of other people, by his/her volunteer work within the community; and
  • is a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident

Value: $1,200

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

Residence Life Scholarships
Student Housing & Residence Life at UTSC seeks to annually reward and recognize four promising undergraduate students.  The scholarships will be awarded to full-time students entering 2nd, 3rd or 4th year who: 

  • have demonstrated a strong involvement in his/her residence community
  • have completed at least 3.0 credits in each year they have been registered.
  • are returning to residence for the following year
  • demonstrate financial need

This scholarship is applied against residence fees and recipients are guaranteed a place in residence

Value: $1,000 each

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

University of Toronto Scarborough Students’ Union Prizes
Awarded to two students in good academic standing entering 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year who have made an outstanding contribution to the academic, social or cultural life of U of T Scarborough.

In the event that a current member of the Scarborough Campus Students’ Union (SCSU) (elected or otherwise) is a candidate, the SCSU President will forego representation on the awards selection committee. 

Candidates who are executive members of the SCSU for the year under consideration are ineligible to apply.  A student may not win the award more than once.

Value: $500 each

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

University of Toronto Scarborough Women’s Centre In-Course Scholarships
Awarded to two students entering 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year who:

  • are in good academic standing; and
  • have demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities through extracurricular/community involvement

Special consideration will be given to students who can demonstrate an active commitment to supporting women’s groups and women’s issues. 

These awards are open to all students (all genders and both full and part-time students). 
Candidates who were executive members or coordinators of the University of Toronto Scarborough Women’s Centre during the previous academic year are ineligible to apply. 

Value: $500 each

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

Van den Thillart Leadership Award for Canadian Immigrants
Awarded to a student entering the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of the Co-op Program in Management, on the basis of:

  • excellent academic achievement
  • demonstrated leadership experience, and
  • financial need.

To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must have been born outside of Canada, and be either a Permanent Resident or citizen of Canada.

Value: $1,500 (approx.)

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

Branko Vojnovic U of T Scarborough AccessAbility Award
Awarded to a student entering 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year who:

  • is registered with AccessAbility Services at UTSC; or
  • has special educational needs due to a disability/challenge as defined under the Human Rights Code,
  • is in good academic standing; and
  • displays a drive for learning 

Preference is given to students enrolled in Management programs.

Value: $1,000

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

The Prudential Ability Award
Awarded to an undergraduate student with a disability entering 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year who:

  • has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities in his/her school or community
  • is a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • has a good academic record (min. B average or 3.0 GPA)
  • demonstrates financial need 
  • meets OSAP’s residency requirements

Preference is normally given to full-time students.  However, students who are not enrolled in a full-time course load may explain the reasons for carrying a part-time course load. 

A student with a cumulative GPA less than 3.0 can apply but should be able to demonstrate that since being diagnosed and/or having received support for the disability the most recent sessional GPA has increased to 3.0 or better.

A student may only apply to one of the three Prudential awards. A recipient of any of the Prudential awards may not be reconsidered in subsequent years.

OSOTF Award

Value: $6,900 (approx.)

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

The Prudential Management and Economics Award
Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student entering 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year in a program in the Department of Management who:

  • has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities in his/her school or community
  • is a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • has a good academic record (min. B Average or 3..0 GPA)
  • demonstrates financial need
  • meets OSAP’s residency requirements

A student may only apply to one of the three Prudential awards. A recipient of any of the Prudential awards may not be reconsidered in subsequent years.

OSOTF Award

Value: $6,900 (approx.)

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

The Prudential Spirit Award
Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student entering 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year who:

  • has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities in his/her school or community 
  • is a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • has been a Toronto resident for at least 5 years
  • is a graduate of a Toronto secondary school 
  • has a good academic record (min. B Average or 3.0 GPA) and
  • demonstrates financial need 
  • meets OSAP’s residency history

A student may only apply to one of the three Prudential awards. A recipient of any of the Prudential awards may not be reconsidered in subsequent years.

OSOTF Award

Value: $6,900 (approx.)

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

Brian David Radford Memorial Scholarship in Management

  • Awarded to one or more students entering the 3rd or 4th year of a Management program whose academic and athletic achievement, combined, best exhibit dedication to excellence. 
  • The applicant must have a minimum GPA of 3.3 or B+ average.  
  • Athletic achievement may be evaluated from university or community activities.

Value: $2,200 (approx.)

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

Kwong-loi Shun Award Application

  • Awarded to a student entering 3rd or 4th year, who has already completed one FCE related to Global Asian or Buddhist studies and who plans to continue courses in this area. 
  • Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate academic merit (minimum GPA of 3.0) and who participate in campus life, fostering cross-cultural connections.

Value: $1,700 (approx.)

Applications are now available. Please apply on eService

May 31, 2015

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Merit Awards & Scholarships

Up to date and accurate information on specific awards, scholarships, prizes or bursaries can be found at one of the following locations:
  • The Registrar's Office (Room AA142)
  • This website

Academic awards are made possible because of the generosity of donors and the primary purpose of an award or prize is to recognize the academic achievements of students and graduates. While adhering to U of T's Policy on Student Awards, UTSC offers a variety of opportunities to students registered in full time or part time studies at UTSC. Some awards require an application while others are automatically granted. All candidates applying or being considered for an award must meet the award criteria. Decisions are made by student award committees.

Some awards also come with a monetary value, which we call a scholarship. Scholarships reward academic excellence and are a non-repayable type of financial support.

Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund Awards (OSOTF*)
The Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Funds were established by the Government of Ontation to encourage companies and individuals to contribute to permanent endowment funds to assist students with financial need. This program has allowed UTSC to establish awards that benefit academically qualified students who, for financial reasons, would not otherwise be able to attend U of T Scarborough.

To qualify for consideration for awards which are identified as OSOTF (or OTSS) awards, students must qualify for consideration for the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP). Eligible candidates must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents and satisfy the Ontario residency requirements as defined by OSAP.

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UTSC Policy on Student Awards
  • A general condition for holding an entrance or in-course award is that the student must register full-time at the University of Toronto Scarborough in the following academic year with degree status.
  • Students who have been awarded a scholarship, which is based on enrolment in a particular program of study, must continue in that program to receive the award.
  • U of T Scarborough reserves the right to withdraw an award or scholarship, if, in a particular year, the academic achievement of the candidate is not of high standard.
  • In order to give more students an opportunity to be recognized for excellent academic achievement the policy of the University of Toronto Scarborough Awards Committee permits a student to hold only one major award.
  • Students are considered for in-course awards after completing the 5th, 10th, and 15th credit.
  • The UTSC Awards Committee exercises discretion in allowing a limited number of transfer credits (maximum of 2) to be used for the purpose of determining eligibility for in-course awards. Students must complete at least 3.0 credits at UTSC to be eligible for an in-course award. However, the student would not be eligible to receive the scholarship, if any, for the relevant award.
  • Decisions are normally made in the Summer (July) for students who have completed the 5th, 10th, or 15th credit during the previous three sessions. For example, in 2010, eligible candidates are selected from 2009 Summer, 2009 Fall and 2010 Winter sessions.
  • We endeavour to send notification of an in-course award and/or scholarship in August.
  • For graduation awards, students who graduate at the fall convocation are considered for awards at the following spring convocation in competition with the spring graduands.
  • Students enrolled in three-year degrees are not considered for in-course awards.

Groups of Five Credits Policy
For awards purposes, a year of study is defined as the completion of 5 credits. Students do not always accumulate their credits in groups of five per academic year (September to April), or in cumulative totals divisible by five. The Registrar's office produces a list of eligible candidates for awards by using a method of calculating the Scholarship Grade Point Average (SGPA) on each group of five credits. This methodology is considered to treat all candidates fairly without regard to whether they have been registered full time or part time. Here is an example of the calculation for a student who has completed 4 credits at the end of their first winter session (2 in Fall and 2 in the Winter) and then earned 1.5 credits in the following summer session:

Session #Credits GPA Calculation Result SGPA
Fall
2
3.8
2 x 3.8
7.60
 
Winter
2
3.7
2 x 3.7
7.40
 
Summer
1
4.0
1 x 4.0
4.00
 
Total
5
   
19.00
3.80

The Scholarship GPA is calculated by dividing 19.00 by the total number of credits, 5.

Payment of In-Course Scholarships
  • Generally, the award recipient must be registered with UTSC in the following academic year.
  • Payment of a scholarship is made after the student's registration is verified.
  • Payment of a scholarship amount usually takes place in November.
  • Payment is deposited into the student's ROSI account and will first be applied to any outstanding balance.
  • In the event that the account is paid in full, or the amount of the scholarship is greater than the outstanding balance, the remainder will be refunded automatically.
  • Students should ensure the address information on ROSI is accurate.
  • Students may also receive refunds electronically. In order to do so, banking information must be entered on ROSI (under personal information).
  • Payment to recipients who have already graduated will be made in accordance with the specific award criteria.
Students Who Register Part-time at UTSC
  • Students who register at UTSC in a part-time course load, and are not registered at any other college or faculty of U of T or another univeristy, may retain their scholarship.
  • However depending on the value of the scholarship and the number of courses taken, it is possible that a portion of the scholarship will be held back and put in trust for one academic year.

Co-op Students on Placement

  • Co-op students who are participating in a co-op work term in the Fall and/or Winter sessions are expected to notify our office in writing (email is fine).
  • Payment will be deferred to the session in which they are registered in a full time course load.

Students Who Do Not Register at UTSC

  • UTSC scholarships are not transferable. If a student doesn't register at UTSC the following year, the student will not receive the monetary portion of the award. The scholarship cannot be applied towards costs at another institution or at another college or faculty at U of T.
  • Payment of a scholarship can be deferred for one year for any student who does not register for the following academic year, but is intending to return to UTSC. A student can notify our office in writing (email is fine) of his/her plans. Please do so within 2 weeks of the November in-course awards ceremony.

Contact Details for Student Awards

Lisa Lamanna
Manager, Awards & Scholarships
1265 Military Trail, AA142
Toronto, ON M1C 1A4
awards@utsc.utoronto.ca

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University of Toronto Scarborough Awards and Scholarships

University of Toronto Scarborough seeks to attract, recognize and reward the academic achievements of students registered in undergraduate degree programs.  We have allocated approximately $2.3 million worth of financial support (scholarships and aid programs) for students attending the University of Toronto Scarborough. We consider students for awards in the following categories:

  • Admission Awards and Scholarships: Available to new students entering University of Toronto Scarborough directly from secondary school. There are two types of awards:

a) Automatically awarded
b) Application or Nomination based

  • In-Course Awards and Scholarships: Available to students continuing their degree studies at the University of Toronto Scarborough. In this category there are two types of awards:

a) Automatically awarded
b) Application or Nomination based

  • Graduation Awards: Available to student who have completed their degree and are awarded in the year in which the student is graduating.

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UTSC In-Course Awards and Scholarships

University of Toronto Scarborough recognizes outstanding students enrolled in undergraduate degree programs by awarding scholarships, prizes and bursaries to eligible students.  Students are considered for in-course scholarships and prizes at the end of the session in which they complete their 5th, 10th and 15th full credit.  Decisions for automatic in-course awards are made in the summer and notification letters are normally sent out in August. 

Automatically awarded:

  • University of Toronto Scarborough Dean's List

UTSC Publishes the Dean's List annually each fall, which includes the names of all students who have achieved a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.5 or better in their most recent year of study based on a minimum of 1.5 credits completed. This will include all courses completed during the prior Fall, Winter, and Summer sessions.

  • University of Toronto Scholars Program

Outstanding undergraduate degree students will be considered for University of Toronto Scholars Program at the end of the first, second and third year of their programs. At UTSC, there are approximately 20 scholarships at each level. These in-course awards are tenable with other in-course scholarships.

  • A.D. Allen Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to the outstanding student in each year at University of Toronto Scarborough, in any field of study. The scholarships are awarded in memory of Dr. A. D. Allen, a former Principal of U of T Scarborough.

  • Vincent Bladen In-course Scholarships

Two scholarships for each of first, second and third year are awarded on the basis of exceptional academic achievement. The scholarships are awarded in memory of Professor V. Bladen, a former member of the faculty in Economics.

Recognizing Academic Excellence

UTSC holds an annual celebration, usually in late November, to honour the recipients of in-course scholarships and present them with their award. Click here to download the program from the most recent academic awards ceremony.

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Other U of T In-Course Scholarships

We have included a small number of awards that are open to UTSC students but are administered through Admissions and Awards at the St. George Campus. Visit their website to read more about all the awards and scholarships available at U of T. Go there now.

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UTSC Admission Awards and Scholarships

U of T Scarborough allocates entrance scholarships to students entering first year directly from secondary school. In considering students for scholarships, the University reserves the right to give preference to students whose marks are the result of a single attempt at each course.

Visit the Admissions & Student Recruitment website for specific information. 

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UTSC Graduation Awards

All graduating students are automatically considered for a variety of Graduation Awards and Prizes. Graduation awards are awarded in June at a special ceremony which usually takes place one or two days prior to the June convocation. Students who graduate in November will be considered for graduation awards in June.

Graduating students are automatically considered for the following:

  • Graduation With High Distinction

University of Toronto Scarborough students who have completed at least ten full-credits while registered at U of T Scarborough will graduate with high distinction if their cumulative grade point average is 3.50 or better .

    • Graduation With Distinction
University of Toronto Scarborough students who have completed at least ten full-credits while registered at U of T Scarborough will graduate with distinction if their cumulative grade point average is between 3.20 and 3.49. Other students with a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 or better will be considered on an individual basis.

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Other Graduate Awards & Prizes

For more than 125 years, the Governor General's Academic Medals have recognized the outstanding scholastic achievements of students in Canada and are considered the most prestigious award that students in Canadian schools can receive.

Pierre Trudeau, Tommy Douglas, Kim Campbell, Robert Bourassa, Robert Stanfield and Gabrielle Roy are just some of the people who have received the Governor General’s Academic Medal as the start of a life of accomplishment.

Each campus at University of Toronto nominates one student for the Governor General's Academic Medal. The Silver Medal is awarded to the student graduating with the highest average from a University of Toronto undergraduate degree program. University of Toronto Scarborough is very proud to have students who have received this award.

The John Black Aird Scholarship was established in 1996 to honour the memory of John Black Aird. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Torontois and obtained a law degreed from Osgoode Hall Law School. His many accomplishments include serving as a Canadian Senator for the Liberal Party (1964 - 1974), serving as Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario (1980 - 1985) and in 1986 he was appointed Chancellor of the University of Toronto a position he held until 1991.

This scholarship is awarded annually to the top student graduting from an undergraduate degree program from University of Toronto.

The Department of Student Life site contains additional graduate awards.

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External Scholarships

There are many organizations and associations outside of University of Toronto Scarborough that offer scholarships and awards to students.  There is an abundance of information available on the Internet.  Some of the websites will ask you to complete a questionnaire thus enabling you to receive a list of scholarships and awards that are suitable to the profile you created.  You can even receive emails to alert you to new awards or upcoming deadlines.  Please see the next section for links to these websites.

In addition to the links we provide below, you can also visit the U of T Admissions & Awards website to view information on external awards.

Scholarship & Awards Links

Talbots Charitable Foundation, Inc. (Deadline - beginning of January)
This is a unique scholarship program for women. Scholarships totaling $120,000 were awarded in 2009 to women who were enrolled or were planning to enrol in a full or part time undergraduate course of study at an accredited institution. More information on the eligibility criteria is available on the website. Applications normally become available in mid October/early November here. Read about this foundation at their website.

BMO financial Group/Lime Connect Canada Scholarship (Deadline - January 31 annually)
The full name of this scholarship is BMO Financial Group/Lime Connect Canada Scholarship & Internship Program for Students with Disabilities. This is a scholarship designed for students who are interested in a career in financial services and this scholarship together with an opportunity for an internship is perfect for launching that career. Visit their website to download an application.

Eco-Spirituality Bursary - Ursulines of the Chatham Union (Deadline - March 19 annually)
The Ursulines of the Chatham Union is a religious order based in Canada who promote the advancement of women through education in its broadest sense. This bursary is offered to Canadian women pursuing studies focusing on the relationship between Earth issues and Spirituality at a Canadian Institution. Applications are available at the Registrar's Office or at the website.

Electro-Federation Canada - EFC Foundation (Deadline - July 1 annually)
Are you in BBA or Computer Science? If yes, then you can apply online for this scholarship.

Eligible applicants:

  • have completed at least their first year of study;
  • must be Canadian citizens; and
  • must have maintained a minimum 70% average (applies to EFC Foundation Scholarships only); and
  • are registered for full time studies.

Other corporate scholarships are also available. For individual award descriptions, visit the EFC Foundation website.

Basilicata Cultural Society of Canada Scholarships
The Basilicata Cultural Society of Canada offers 3 scholarships of $2,000 each. This scholarship is intended to assist students enrolled in college or university who are residents of Canada and who have family originally from Basilicata (i.e. at least one grandparent or great-grandparent).

The scholarship can be used to offset educational costs or a trip to the Region of Basilicata. Eligible applicants should submit an essay (1000 to 1500 words) in English or Italian discussing the significance of their Basilicata heritage and the Region of Basilicata. In addition the essay should explain how this scholarship will benefit them.

Additional criteria can be found on the Society's website. Applications can be downloaded from the website of the Basiclicata Cultural Society of Canada.

Fessenden - Trott Scholarships
This scholarship from the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) is open to students who have completed their first year of an undergraduate degree and are continuing into second year. It is renewable for 3 consecutive years. More information can be obtained from their website. Deadline is usually in mid June.

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Other Sites of Interest

  • Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) is a non-profit association that represents Canadian universities and colleges both in Canada and abroad.  Information for both undergraduate and graduate students can be found here. 
  • CanLearn is Canada’s one-stop resource site for information and planning tools for post-secondary education.  You will find a scholarship search tool too!
  • StudentAwards.com – A Canadian website that has thousands of scholarships and other types of financial support on a database. 
  • Scholarships Canada is one of Canada’s most comprehensive scholarship portal with information on student loans and budgeting.
  • Community of Science is a privately held company founded by John Hopkins University to create an international database of university-based scientific research.  There are several opportunities in Ontario. 
  • The Leonard Foundation has a charitable trust and a financial aid program for students enrolled in an undergraduate degree program.  This program is open to all students attending a post-secondary institution that is a member of AUCC. 
  • The Rotary Foundation has a program known as Ambassadorial Scholarships whose purpose is to foster greater international understanding and friendly relations among people of different countries.  The program sponsors several types of scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students. 
  • National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation - offers 4 major programs to First Nations (status and non-status), Inuit and Métis students.

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