UTSC Get Finished Scholarship Application Form

The Office of the Registrar is excited to offer the Get Finished Scholarship as an incentive for students to complete their degree. This scholarship is intended to support students on their academic journey to complete the courses they need to convocate. We are currently accepting applications from students who will enrol in courses for the Summer 2024 session. Up to 30 students, who meet the criteria, will be selected to receive this scholarship. The value of the scholarship is the equivalent of the domestic tuition cost of one course (0.5 credit) to be used towards the completion of your degree.

If you answer ‘yes’ to the following statements, we invite you to submit your application below:

  • I am registered in at least one course (0.5 credit) in Summer 2024 (could be a F, S, Y course, please check the details of the course code)
  • I have designated a course to be assessed for this scholarship that I will be taking in Summer 2024
  • I began my education at UTSC in 2017 or earlier (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 etc.)
  • I have obtained at least 17.5 credits by the end of the Winter 2024 session (or 12.5 credits if you are completing a 3-year degree*)
  • I am in good standing with a CGPA of at least 1.6
  • I have used Degree Explorer to map out the remaining credits of my degree
  • I have met with an advisor on campus who supports my degree planning and endorses my application to this scholarship (Acceptable endorsers include:  UTSC faculty or staff such as: Academic and Learning Strategist (AA&CC); Departmental program supervisor (faculty) or advisor (staff); Faculty member; Registrar’s Office staff member; Financial Aid Officer; AccessAbility Services Consultant; International Student Centre staff member)
The deadline for this scholarship has been extended to: Friday June 28th, 2024. Please use the online form below.


Please note that the value of the scholarship will be the equivalent of the current University of Toronto standard domestic tuition fee for one-half course. For Summer 2024, this will be $610 per recipient. If you are selected for the Get Finished Scholarship, the money will be awarded upon successful completion of the course you designate in your application.


If you have questions about the scholarship or cannot access Degree Explorer please email Mariam Aslam at getfinished.utsc@utoronto.ca.

We look forward to receiving your application and wish you the best of luck.

*Please note: only students first registered at UTSC in 2003 or earlier are eligible for a 3-year degree.

Please provide your rationale for being a suitable candidate for this scholarship
Endorser Information
Do you have an Endorser?

*An “endorser” is a staff member at the University of Toronto who can provide a statement of support for your Get Finished application form. Recommended staff members are listed above in the advisor criteria for the scholarship. You do not need to provide the statement from your endorser in this application but you do need to provide their contact information in the form below. Please allow yourself enough time prior to the deadline of this scholarship to speak to an advisor.

Endorser Details
Have you received the Get Finished Scholarship previously?
If you have qualified for and received this scholarship in a previous term you may apply; however, even if you fulfill the criteria you may not qualify for it in the current term. Priority will be given to eligible first-time applicants.

Student Equity Questions

Equity, diversity and inclusion are fundamental values at the University of Toronto as highlighted in the Statement on Equity, Diversity and Excellence. The U of T Student Equity Census supports these values by helping us to better understand the diversity of our student population and develop programs and initiatives that support the success and inclusion of our students, such as the Get Finished Scholarship Program. The University of Toronto is committed to addressing and eliminating barriers, and encourages participation from all members of our student community. The questions below, should you choose to participate, will not be used for any purpose other than data collection for research on developing programs as described above. Participation in this data collection is completely voluntary.

Please indicate which of the following terms best describes your gender identity. Check as many as apply.
Please indicate which of the following terms best describe your sexual orientation. Check as many as apply.
Do you identify as a person with a disability?
(For the purposes of this question, “persons with disabilities” refers to people who experience long-term [lasting, or expected to last for 6 months or more], persistent or recurring physical, mental, sensory, or learning disabilities, including those with chronic health conditions, which may result in a person experiencing disadvantage or encountering barriers to full participation in University life.) 
Please indicate which of the following best describe your disability/ies. Check as many as apply.
Do you identify as an Indigenous or Aboriginal person from Turtle Island/North America? For example, First Nations (status or non-status), Inuk (Inuit), Métis, Alaska Native, Native American or Native Hawaiian?
Please check those that apply to you:
Do you identify as a racialized person/person of colour?
Please indicate which of the following terms best describe your racial and/or ethnic identity. Check as many terms as apply.
The terms above reflect terms used in the Canadian census. Using terminology consistent with the census will help the University to understand our student body in relation to Canadian demographics. 
What is the highest level of formal education of your most highly educated parent or guardian?

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