What is a Scholarship?
The Student Awards and Financial Aid Office administers numerous undergraduate scholarships and awards based primarily on academic achievement.
What is an Award?
Although you will be automatically considered for some awards based strictly on your grades, you may choose to compete for others which include other selection criteria such as leadership, community involvement, etc.
What is a Bursary?
Bursaries are based primarily on proven financial need and there are many to choose from. Some bursaries may include other selection criteria such as extracurricular involvement, leadership, etc. Bursaries are meant to supplement, not replace, student's primary sources of funding such as OSAP or other provincial financial assistance, employment income, and parental/spousal contributions.
Bursaries and Grants: Monetary awards based primarily on financial need and academic merit.
Medals/Prizes: Non-monetary awards which recognize student achievement.
Work Study Positions: Part-time job opportunities on campus to assist students who have demonstrated financial need.