In-course awards and scholarships are an opportunity for the University to recognize and celebrate academic excellence. We are honoured to consider eligible students to be formally recognized for their efforts and achievements. For detailed information about awards, please visit the ‘Finances’ section of the Office of the Registrar’s website. Also please visit awardexplorer.utoronto.ca for more University of Toronto Awards.
The Dean’s List is published annually in the Fall and in the Spring for students that are graduating. All students who have achieved a CGPA of 3.5 or better in their most recent year of study will be considered as long as they have completed a minimum of 1.5 credits during the previous Fall, Winter, and Summer.
All graduating students are automatically considered. Students who graduate in November are considered for these awards during the Spring Convocation. These include graduation with distinction and graduation with high distinction, as well as medals and prizes awarded for outstanding achievement during your final year of undergraduate study.
Use the UTSC Awards Profile to submit one easy and quick application and we will automatically consider you for all eligible scholarships. See steps to apply:
The UTSC Awards Committee will review applications once the deadline has passed, and applicants will be notified of their results via email by the end of August. If you have questions or require support please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Entrance scholarships and in-course awards will be automatically credited to your ACORN account in October before service charges are applied.
If the value of your scholarship is greater than your owing tuition balance, it will first be applied toward your outstanding fees. Any remaining funds will be refunded to your bank account via direct deposit (if you provided that information on ACORN).
If you are receiving an external scholarship, these must be provided by cheque and should be made payable to the University of Toronto. The recipient’s full name and U of T Student Number must be clearly recorded on the cheque. The external organization must also include a letter with more detail about the purpose of the funds.
The award cheques should be mailed to the following address:
University of Toronto
172 St. George Street