Through our generous donors, we are proud to offer merit-based awards to help finance your education. We also offer travel awards, and grants from our Learning Opportunities Trust (LOT) Fund to expand experiential learning opportunities for our students, and provide financial support to enhance your education.
Award Search Tools:
To find information of our complete listing of available undergraduate and graduate awards and their upcoming deadlines, please select the Undergraduate Award Search & Graduate Award Search buttons below:
Faculty and Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) Teaching Awards:
Calls for nominating a Faculty member or Teaching Assistant for the 2017 College Teaching awards is now open! Please visit the College Teaching Awards page for more information. All members of the university community are encouraged to submit a nomination to recognize the outstanding contribution made by to undergraduate and graduate education.
Learning Opportunities Trust (LOT) Scholarships:
Available to an undergraduate student who has experienced/has made significant prior contributions to community-based service, and intends to participate in curriculum-embedded experiential learning in the following academic year.
Available to an undergraduate student who has demonstrated leadership through extracurricular involvement, or has demonstrated a dedication to volunteerism and community-based service during their studies.
Available to an undergraduate student with 10.0 completed credits and a minimum cumulative average of 70%, who is participating in any course-related international travel, and demonstrates a desire to assist in capacity building and addressing social issues in international communities.
Available to an undergraduate student with a minimum 75% cumulative average, who has experienced and made significant prior contributions to community-based service, and who will participate in curriculum-embedded community-based experiential learning in the following academic year.
These grants are available to an undergraduate student, or a group of undergraduate students, who are enrolled in a curriculum-embedded experiential learning component. The primary investigator (PI) must have a minimum 70% cumulative average.
Click here for the GUEL grant description. Click here to download the application for the GEOG4690 field course due March 15th, as well as the F16 individual GUEL application and F16 Group GUEL application due October 01, 2017.
Available to an undergraduate student that has completed a minimum of 10.0 credits with a minimum 70% cumulative average, and is registered in the Applied Human Nutrition major.
Available to two undergraduate students registered in any CSAHS degree program, who are participating in any course-related international travel.
Don't hesitate to contact Kiki Snook from the Associate Dean Academic (ADA) office located in 113 MacDonald Institute (MINS). Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-824-4120 Ext: 54773.