Conditions: Awarded to a student with satisfactory academic standing entering the second year of the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree program in the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Enviromental Sciences. Selection based on leadership qualities demonstrated by involvement in extracurricular and community activities with preference given to a student with demonstrated financial need. Students are eligible to receive one Bar None Award or Scholarship in any given academic year.
1 award, $300; for academic excellence; available to students with a forestry-related career goal. No application necessary. Funds issued in March.
1 award, $500; for academic achievement, proficiency in the field and promise of success in Heavy Duty / Commercial Transport Mechanics. No application necessary. Funds issued at graduation.
Two scholarships awarded annually for academic excellence to either incoming or continuing students in the Jewish Teacher Training Program. Awarded by the Faculty of Education's Committee on Student Affairs on the recommendation of the Coordinator of the Program. Value: $6,000 each.
Established in 1992 by the late Dorothy Snell, B.Com. 1940, to recognize academic achievement. Awarded by the Faculty of Management Scholarships Committee to a student who has completed at least one year of the B.Com. program. Value: $1,800.
Established in 2002 in the name of Senate to honour Principal Bernard Shapiro on his retirement and to acknowledge his deep love of music. To be presented upon graduation to an undergraduate student in the Department of Theory for excellence in his/her program of study....
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Sessional Average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating session.
To be awarded to a student graduating from an Honours program in History who, in the judgment of the Department of History, has displayed outstanding achievement in European history courses consistently throughout the degree program.
To be awarded in Arts. Value: $250
One or two scholarships to be awarded to Canadian citizens who have completed Level I and an additional 37 - 50 units of a program in Civil Engineering. Awards are based on scholarship and evidence of practical engineering experience and background.
Award Criteria: enrolled in ECE requiring financial assistance for membership in ECEBC or attendance at the conference
Award Criteria: Any student enrolled in the Oil and Gas Field Operations program positive attitude above average attendance grades of C+ or better preference to students residing in the Peace River region
A $4,000 scholarship is offered by AstraZeneca Canada Inc. to a student entering the fourth year of an honours Bachelor of Science program with a specialization in Biology, Pharmacology or Chemistry. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Science in a...
The award is made to a student demonstrating financial need, and an interest in the field of civil liberties. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law.
The award is offered to a graduate student in the field of Food Science and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Eligibility: -Entering first year of a direct-entry program from a secondary school in the York region, inclusive of the muicipalities of Aurora, East Gwillimbury, Geogina, King, Markham, Richmond Hill, Vaughn and Whitchuch-Stouffville -Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person and Ontario resident -Demonstrated financial need -Minimum final admission...
A one-semester award for a student in their first year of study, pursuing a graduate degree in Sociology or Anthropology and whose research is in the area of family, gender, ethnicity, ageing, health and/or social policy. A student must be nominated for the award by...
Awarded to a 4-H member with 2 or more years of 4-H experience and who have been involved in 4-H within the past 5 years.
The Psychology Department established the D.O. Hebb Post-Graduate Prize (valued at $1,000), which is awarded by the Graduate Programme Committee, to an entering Masters and/or PhD student who has demonstrated the best potential to make a significant scientific contribution to the field of psychology.
Criteria: -Third or fourth semester -Academic achievement -Commitment to succeed demonstrated in the classroom -Preference given to married students with children
AVAILABLE TO: Students graduating with a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry major). STIPULATIONS: A chmistry major graduating with a high GPA and having participated significantly in Chemistry Department activities.