IX. Scholarships and Other Awards

Bachelor of Arts

Entrance Scholarships

Alumni Entrance Merit Scholarship, College of Arts [E0477]
Established the College of Arts and the Development and Public Affairs Office. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
Development and Public Affairs Office
Qualification(s): Student entering the B.A. program in the College of Arts in the Fall semester with the highest admission average.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Amos & William Lowe Memorial Scholarship [E0158]
Endowed by the late William B. Lowe of Fort Francis, Ontario. Preference will be given first to eligible students from the district of Rainy River, then from the district of Kenora or Thunder Bay, and finally from the remaining districts of Northern Ontario. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
William B. Lowe and Amos Edgar Lowe
Qualification(s): Student entering any of the undergraduate degree programs of the Ontario Agricultural College.
Amount: 1 award of $2,000
Angelo and Frank Agro Undergraduate Scholarship [E0520]
These scholarships are provided by the Agro Scholarship Fund. Apply, by April 15, to Student Financial Services (awards@uoguelph.ca), with a one to two-page, point-form listing of 4-H activities. This list should describe current or past activities within 4H and the position titles/names, if applicable. Attach a reference letter from a 4H club official. These scholarships will be awarded to the students demonstrating the most active involvement with 4H clubs. The committee will consider any appropriate elements, such as the length of membership in 4H, leadership role(s) in support of 4H, creativity in 4H outreach, and coordination with other rural and academic activities. Credit will be given to those who have achieved in county, provincial and national 4H competitions. Recipients must maintain full-time studies and at least a 70% program average each year for continuation of the award.
Donor(s):
The Frank Agro Estate
Qualification(s): Full-time students entering semester 1 who have attained a minimum 75% admission average and completion of a minimum of 10 - 4H projects.
Amount: 7 awards of $7,000 (payable over 4 years of study)
Atkinson Family Scholarship [E0972]
Established by the Atkinson Family in honour of Walter McFee and Johnny Atkinson for their passion for farming, family and community. Selection will be based on highest admission average. No application required.
Donor(s):
Amy and Bryan Atkinson
Qualification(s): Students entering any degree program offered by the Ontario Agriculture College (OAC).
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Authier/Golland Scholarship in Studio Art [E0932]
Established by Melanie Authier, MFA ‘06, and Martin Golland, MFA ’06 and awarded to the student with the highest admission average. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
Melanie Authier & Martin Golland
Qualification(s): Students entering the Bachelor of Arts program with a major in Studio Art (SART).
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Barry Lee Scholarship for Agricultural Excellence [E0797]
Established to recognize Barry Lee’s 19 years of service as a Counsellor and his strong support of rural and agricultural activities in the region. Preference will be given to students from the Regional Municipality of Halton. Selection will be based on highest admission average. No application is required.
Donor(s):
Regional Municipality of Halton
Qualification(s): Students entering any undergraduate program offered by OAC.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Board of Governors' Scholarships [E0317]
This scholarship is considered one of the University of Guelph's most prestigious entrance scholarships with only 25 awards being awarded each year. Recipients of this scholarship are entering their program with one of the highest admission averages of that cohort. The scholarship will be renewed each year provided recipients remain registered in full-time studies and achieve a minimum 80.0% average in their previous academic year of full-time study. Students who fail to qualify for a payment may re-qualify by subsequently obtaining an 80.0% or better average in the previous academic year of full time study. Payments lost cannot be added to the end of the award period. This award cannot be held with the President's, Lincoln Alexander Chancellor's or Chancellors' Scholarships. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
Board of Governors
Qualification(s): Academically outstanding entering students with the highest admission averages of the entering cohort.
Amount: 25 awards of $20,000 (payable over 4 years of study)
Chancellor's Scholarships [E0688]
This scholarship was established in 2009 in honour of current and past University of Guelph Chancellors and is considered one of the most prestigious entrance awards offered by the University of Guelph. Selection will be made on demonstrated superior leadership ability and potential as evidenced through positions held, extra-curricular activities, involvement in high school and communities and reference support. Students apply by January 25 by completing the online application. Short-listed candidates will be invited to campus for an interview. This scholarship cannot be held with the President’s Scholarships, the Lincoln Alexander Chancellor's Scholarships, or the Board of Governors’ Scholarships.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph
Qualification(s): Students entering a degree program with a minimum 90% admission average who have taken leadership roles in activities that demonstrate an interest in international relations and development, or leadership roles in activities relating to arts and culture and demonstrate the potential to become a leader in society.
Amount: 2 awards of $42,000 ($8,250 annually for 4 years of study plus one $9,000 stipend for summer research assistantship)
December 6th Memorial Scholarship [E0005]
This scholarship, established by the Faculty Association, is awarded in memory of the fourteen women murdered in December 1989 at Ecole Polytechnique and is intended to attract women to a profession that is largely comprised of men. The recipient will be selected on the basis of academic performance. For continued eligibility beyond semester 1, the student must maintain a minimum of 70% cumulative average and full-time studies. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph Faculty Association
Qualification(s): Female student who is a Canadian Citizen or Permanent resident of Canada enrolled in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences.
Amount: 1 award of $2,250 ($750 in each of semesters 1, 3 and 5).
Dr William Winegard Scholarship in International Development Studies [E1142]
Established by former President of the University of Guelph, Dr. William Winegard (Bill), who was an enthusiastic supporter of international development studies here on campus. The Dr. William Winegard Scholarship in International Development supports undergraduate students at the Guelph Institute of International Development Studies (GIDS) and continues his legacy of internationalization and impact on students of today for a better tomorrow. The award will be given to the student who has achieved the highest admission average.
Donor(s):
Dr. William Winegard
Qualification(s): Student entering the Bachelor of Arts program with a major in International Development.
Amount: 2 awards of $2,500
Dr. C. John Small Commonwealth Scholarship [I0611]
Established in honour of Dr. C. John Small, OAC BSA '42, Hon D. Law '75, and his lifelong dedication to foreign service. Selection will be based on the assessment of : (a) a one-page submission describing the significance for the student visiting Guelph to the program of study at the partner exchange University, (b) two faculty references of no more than one-page each, and (c) consistent high performance in course work completed, as documented by a transcript of program grades to date. Apply to the Centre for International Programs by May 1 for visiting during the subsequent Fall or Winter semesters with the above mentioned documents.
Donor(s):
Mrs. Jean K. Small
Qualification(s): Full-time visiting exchange students registered for at least one semester from a Commonwealth developing country who are pursuing studies or conducting research in the area of agriculture and rural development.
Amount: 1 award of $1,500
Dr. Frederick and Mrs. Mabel Hung Memorial Scholarships [E0320]
The colleagues and family of the late Prof. Frederick Hung make available this scholarship to encourage students to major in Geography. The award will be given to the student who has achieved the highest admission average. The scholarship is not tenable with other University of Guelph entrance awards greater than $5000. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
The family and friends of Dr. Frederick Hung
Qualification(s): Student entering the Bachelor of Arts program with a major in Geography.
Amount: 1 award of $700
Dr. Jack Britney Scholarship [E0034]
Established in memory of Dr. Jack Britney, a graduate of '57A and O.A.C. '60 and former faculty member in the former School of Food Agriculture and Resource Economics and Extension Education. Selection will be based on the students entering with the highest admission average. Apply by April 15 to Student Financial Services (awards@uoguelph.ca) with a statement indicating the program and where the Diploma was taken and when.
Donor(s):
Friends and Associates
Qualification(s): Students entering any OAC degree program with a preference given to students who graduated from any University of Guelph Associate Diploma program.
Amount: 1 award of $1,750
Earl B. MacNaughton Entrance Scholarships [E0172]
Established by friends, faculty, staff, alumni and students of the University to honour Earl B. MacNaughton, former head of the Department of Physics and founding Dean of the College of Physical Science. Emphasis during selection will be given to academic achievement in high school science and mathematics. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
Earl B. MacNaughton
Qualification(s): Students with high academic standing, entering an honours program in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences.
Amount: 4 awards of $2,000
Ed Carter/University of Guelph Faculty Association Scholarship [E0292]
Award is payable at $750 per annum in the student's 1st, 3rd, and 5th semester levels, provided a cumulative average of at least a 70% is maintained. To receive the final payment, the recipient would normally be entering the 5th semester level within a period of 3 calendar years from the date of admission. Awarded to the student with the highest admission average. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph Faculty Association
Qualification(s): Students entering any undergraduate degree program at the University of Guelph from Wellington county.
Amount: 1 award of $2,250 ($750 in the 1st, 3rd, and 5th semesters)
GFTC Legacy Fund Experience Scholarships [E0918]
In recognition of the Guelph Food Technology Centre’s (GFTC) long association with University of Guelph the GFTC Board has created these scholarships. These scholarships recognize academic excellence and encourage students to study and pursue careers in the food sector. Selection is based on academic achievement, quality of past work experience and relevant future career goals. This scholarship is not tenable with the GFTC Legacy Fund Undergraduate Entrance Scholarships. Apply by April 15 to Student Financial Services (awards@uoguelph.ca) by submitting a one page letter outlining past work experience and a one page letter outlining commitment to future career goals in the food sector. In order to maintain eligibility, recipients must remain registered in one of the specified programs.
Donor(s):
The Guelph Food Technology Centre (GFTC)
Qualification(s): Students entering the B.Sc. Food Science, B.A.Sc. Applied Human Nutrition, B.Sc. Nutrition and Nutraceutical Science, B.Eng. Food Engineering, B.Comm. Food and Agricultural Business, or B.A. Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics programs with a minimum 75% admission average.
Amount: 4 awards of $11,500 (payable over 4 years of study)
GFTC Legacy Fund UG Entrance Scholarship [E0899]
In recognition of the Guelph Food Technology Centre’s (GFTC) long association with University of Guelph the GFTC Board has created the GFTC Legacy Fund Undergraduate Entrance Scholarships. These scholarships recognize academic excellence and encourage students to study and pursue careers in the food sector. Selection is based on highest admission average. No application required. Not tenable with the Board of Governors’ Scholarship, Chancellor’s Scholarship, Devine Family Scholarship, Lincoln Alexander Chancellor's Scholarship and President’s Scholarships. If there are insufficient eligible candidates in any one of the academic programs noted above, in any given academic year, the scholarship(s) will be redistributed to eligible candidates from any other of the identified academic programs. Preference will be given to eligible candidates in the B.Sc. Food Science program. In order to maintain eligibility, students must remain registered in one of the specified programs.
Donor(s):
The Guelph Food Technology Centre (GFTC)
Qualification(s): Students entering the B.Sc. Food Science, B.A.Sc. Applied Human Nutrition, B.Sc. Nutrition and Nutraceutical Science, B.Eng. Food Engineering, B.Comm. Food and Agricultural Business, or B.A. Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics programs.
Amount: 17 awards of $14,000 (payable over 4 years of study)
Gordon W. Innes Scholarship [E0140]
Application is not required.
Donor(s):
Gordon W. 'Sparky' Innes Scholarship Fund Committee of the Woodstock Agricultural Society.
Qualification(s): Student entering any degree program from Oxford County with the highest admission average.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Hardy International Student Scholarship [E0659]
Selection is based on the assessment of the student's admission application and preference is given in the following order: students from Haiti; students from Africa; then any other international student. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
Mrs. Marion Hardy
Qualification(s): Full-time international students (defined as paying the international student tuition and fees) entering any degree program.
Amount: 1 award of $2,000
International Student Entrance Scholarships [E0408]
In support of the University's strategic direction of internationalism, entrance scholarships are available each Fall semester to the top international students entering their first semester of an undergraduate degree program at the University of Guelph. Applicants must submit all relevant documentation for admission consideration by March 1 to be considered for a scholarship. These scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph
Qualification(s): Students on a "student visa" entering an undergraduate degree program at the University of Guelph with a record of high academic achievement and extracurricular involvement, and studying full-time. This award is offered for the first year of study.
Amount: Several awards ranging in value from $5,500 - $8,500
J.D. MacLachlan Scholarship [E0170]
Provided by the family of J.D. MacLachlan. The recipient will be the student entering with the highest admission average. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
The J.D. MacLachlan Trust
Qualification(s): Students entering any degree program at the University of Guelph.
Amount: 1 award of $1,500
Jack and Lillian MacDonald Scholarship [E0379]
Family, friends, and colleagues of Lillian MacDonald and Dr. Jack MacDonald, Vice-President, Academic, of the University of Guelph from 1986 to 1995, have established a scholarship that recognizes their commitment to increasing the accessibility of post-secondary education to Aboriginal learners. In the first instance, the award will be given to an entering student coming from the Six Nations Polytechnic (SNP) and who has received the highest cumulative average in the Native University Program. If there is no entering student in any one year, the scholarship will be awarded to the in-course student who is a graduate of the SNP (or previously, the Grand River Polytechnical Institute) who has the highest cumulative average at the University.
Donor(s):
Family, friends, and colleagues of Lillian MacDonald and Dr. Jack MacDonald
Qualification(s): Entering students coming from the Six Nations Polytechnic (SNP).
Amount: 1 award of $900
James MacMillan Memorial Scholarship [E0494]
Established in memory of James MacMillan, his great uncle, by Austin Conway of Toronto. Selection will be based on highest cumulative average. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
Austin Conway
Qualification(s): Students entering any program offered by OAC who graduated from an Associate Diploma program from the University of Guelph. Preference will be given to students from Eastern Ontario which includes the counties of Prescott and Russell, Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, Lanark, Renfrew, Leeds and Grenville, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington; and the City of Ottawa and to students entering the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture or the Bachelor of Commerce in Food and Agricultural Business, or the Bachelor of Arts with a major in Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics (FARE).
Amount: 1 award of $2,500
Kitty Newman Memorial Scholarship [E0655]
Provided by the Estate of Professor Jay Newman, Ph.D., F.R.S.C. for the purpose of recognizing and encouraging promising scholars in the humanities. These scholarships will be awarded to the students with the highest admission averages and preference will be given to those students with a declared major in philosophy. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
The Estate of the late Professor Jay Newman
Qualification(s): Students entering the B.A. program in the College of Arts with a minimum 80.0% admission average.
Amount: 3 awards of $1,200
Lincoln Alexander Chancellor's Scholarships [E0689]
Established in 2001 in honour of Lincoln Alexander, Chancellor Emeritus of the University of Guelph and former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, on his 80th birthday They are intended to enhance student diversity and are one of the most prestigious entrance awards at the University of Guelph. Selection will be made on demonstrated superior leadership ability and potential as evidenced through positions held, extra-curricular activities, involvement in high school and communities and reference support. Students apply by January 25 by completing the online application. Short-listed candidates will be invited to campus for an interview. This award cannot be held with the President’s Scholarships, the Chancellors' Scholarships or the Board of Governors’ Scholarships.
Donor(s):
Many Donors
Qualification(s): Students entering a degree program with a minimum 90% admission average who have made significant leadership contributions to their schools and communities. In addition, students must be: Aboriginal (First Nations, Inuit and Métis); or a person with a disability; or a racialized person.
Amount: 2 awards of $42,000 ($8,250 annually for 4 years of study plus one $9,000 stipend for summer research assistantship)
Mathematical Science Scholarship [E0131]
This scholarship is awarded to the student with the highest admission average. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Qualification(s): Students entering a program with a major offered by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
McArthur-Humphries Scholarship [E0183]
An equal number of awards are available to students from each county. In the case of insufficient eligible applicants from one county, the awards will be given to eligible applicants from the other county. These scholarships are awarded to students with the highest admission averages. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
Wilhelmina McArthur-Humphries Trust Fund
Qualification(s): Students entering any degree program with a minimum 75% admission average from Lanark and Wellington Counties.
Amount: 8 awards of $1,000
OAC 1968 Scholarship [E1008]
The Class of OAC 1968 established this bursary to celebrate their 50th anniversary. In reflecting on many of their own experiences the class generously supports undergraduate students in any OAC program with demonstrated financial need. Selection will be based on greatest financial need. Students must maintain enrolment in an OAC academic program to maintain their award. Students do not need to continue to demonstrate financial need for all 4 years to continue to receive this award. Apply by April 15 with a completed Financial Need Assessment Form for Entrance Awards (E.N.A.F.) and a summary of agriculture related activities to Student Financial Services (awards@uoguelph.ca).
Donor(s):
The Class of OAC 1968
Qualification(s): Students entering any OAC degree program who have demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students who participated in agriculture-related activities/organizations during their high school career such as Junior Farmers or 4-H.
Amount: 1 award of $10,000 (payable over 8 semesters
OAC Specialist High Skills Major Program Scholarships (SHSM) [E0832]
The scholarships will be awarded to the 3 students with the highest admission averages. No application is required.
Donor(s):
OAC Dean’s Office Liaison Program
Qualification(s): Students entering any OAC undergraduate program with a minimum 75% admission average who are/were registered in the Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM).
Amount: 3 awards of $1,000
President's Scholarship [E0238]
Established in 1987 in honour of their donors or distinguished members of the University and are considered one of the most prestigious entrance awards at the University of Guelph. Selection will be made on demonstrated superior leadership ability and potential as evidenced through positions held, extra-curricular activities, involvement in high school and communities and reference support. Students apply by January 25 by completing the online application. Short-listed candidates will be invited to campus for an interview. This scholarship cannot be held with the Chancellors' Scholarships, the Lincoln Alexander Chancellor's Scholarships or the Board of Governors’ Scholarships.
Donor(s):
A number of President's Scholarships have been named in honour of the following people and/or donors:
Cecil H. Franklin and Ingrid Franklin
In honour of Cecil Franklin, former Chair of the Board of Governors and Honorary Fellow of the University, the University of Guelph has named one of these twelve prestigious entrance awards to recognize his financial contributions and volunteer support to the President's Entrance Scholarship program.
Charles S. Humphrey
In memory of Charles S. Humphrey, a former President of Hart Chemical Company Canada Ltd. and long-time friend, the University has named one of these twelve prestigious entrance awards to recognize his financial contribution through his estate to the President's Entrance Scholarship program.
Jack R. Longstaffe
The University of Guelph has named one of these twelve prestigious entrance awards in memory of Jack R. Longstaffe to recognize his financial contribution through his estate to the President's Entrance Scholarship program.
Burton C. Matthews
The University of Guelph has named one of these twelve prestigious entrance awards in honour of Burton C. Matthews to recognize his insight and leadership in establishing the President's Entrance Scholarship program.
Kathleen and Frederick Metcalf
Mr. and Mrs. F.T. Metcalf of Guelph have endowed this award. After a distinguished career in cable TV, broadcasting and publishing, the late Mr. Metcalf retired as President of Maclean Hunter Ltd. and Chairman of the Board of Maclean Hunter Cable Ltd. He was Honorary Chairman of Maclean Hunter Cable Ltd. and a member of the University of Guelph Heritage Board (1996).
Rol-land Farms Limited
Two of the scholarships are endowed by the four shareholders of Rol-land Farms Limited of Blenheim, Ontario, Hank, Peter, Arthur and Eric Vander Pol and their families. The Vander Pol families are generous supporters of a number of University projects and programs.
Lillian Stewart Usher
The University of Guelph has named one of these twelve prestigious entrance awards in honour of Lillian Stewart Usher a friend of the University to recognize her financial contribution through her estate to the President's Entrance Scholarship program.
Qualification(s): Students entering a degree program with a minimum 90% admission average who have made significant leadership contributions to their schools and/or communities.
Amount: 8 awards of $42,000 ($8,250 annually for 4 years of study plus one $9,000 stipend for summer research assistantship)
Project Hero Scholarship [E0979]
The University of Guelph is proud to participate in Project Hero. Project Hero started in 2009 by Retired General Rick Hillier and Honorary Lt. Colonel Kevin Reed and is a unique program providing undergraduate scholarships to children of fallen soldiers. Canadian citizens/permanent residents entering or registered full-time in any degree program who are dependent children of a member of the Canadian Armed Forces personnel deceased while serving in an active mission or First Responder personnel deceased during active duty . “Dependent” children are under the age of 26. The restriction of 25 years does not apply to a physically or mentally disabled child who is over 25 years of age and who had this condition and was a dependent of the employee before the age of 26. Eligibility to participate in this program will be determined by Canadian Armed Forces criteria through confirmation from the Department of National Defense or in the case of First Responders, through the supporting documentation submitted. This award can be held with the University of Guelph Entrance Scholarship, however, students who receive other Entrance Awards (scholarship or bursaries) will have the value of the Project Hero reduced by the value(s) of the other award(s). You can apply for this scholarship by sending an email to awards@uoguelph.ca indicating that you are a dependent child of a member of the Canadian Armed Forces personnel deceased while serving in an active mission and include your parent's full name OR you are a dependent child of a First Responder personnel deceased during active duty; include supporting documentation confirming the parent perished during active duty as well as confirmation of death. Once approved for this scholarship, you do not need to re-apply.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph
Qualification(s): Canadian citizens/permanent residents entering or registered full-time in any degree program who are dependent children of a member of the Canadian Armed Forces personnel deceased while serving in an active mission or First Responder personnel deceased during active duty.
Amount: Several awards that include tuition and fees for up to Bachelor of Arts, plus $8000 toward 1st year living expenses
Quinn Memorial Scholarship [E0578]
Established in memory of Ronald J. Quinn (O.A.C. '35) to an entering O.A.C. international full-time or exchange student. Selection will be based on academic performance, letters of reference and an assessment of the admission application package. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
Mrs. Helen Quinn (O.A.C. '35)
Qualification(s): Entering semester one of an O.A.C. program to an international full-time student or to an international exchange student with a preference to those students from developing nations.
Amount: 1 award of $2,000
Ted Morwick Scholarship [E0796]
Established by Ted Morwick, honorary alumni. The student with the highest admission average will be selected. This award is conditional on maintaining a 80% average in the previous year of full time study. If a current award recipient does not meet the renewal criteria for one year, they will be given the opportunity to re-qualify. (i.e. The student recipient does not maintain 80% in their first year. They will not receive the award for their second year of school. If at the end of their second year they have raised their average back up to 80% or higher, they would receive the award for their third year.) If a student does not qualify for two years in a row, they would fully lose the award, with no opportunity to re-qualify. This scholarship is not tenable with the Chancellors', President’s or Board of Governors' Scholarships. No application is necessary.
Donor(s):
Mr. Edward (Ted) Morwick
Qualification(s): Students entering any degree program in the College of Arts.
Amount: 4 award of $8,000 (payable over four years.)
University of Guelph Entrance Scholarships [E0291]
The value of this scholarship is determined by the admission average as calculated by Admission Services and will be offered with your offer of admission to Guelph. The scholarship will be applied directly to the student's financial account in two equal payments in the fall and winter semesters. Application is not required.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph
Qualification(s): Students entering their first year of post-secondary studies for the first time with a minimum 85.0% admission average.
Amount: Several awards of $2,000, Several awards of $3,000
W. Penri Morris Memorial Scholarship [E0430]
Established by the family in memory of Penri Morris, who was killed World War II action in 1944 at the age of 21. Penri grew up on the family fruit farm near Forest, Ontario. After graduating from high school, he joined the Royal Canadian Air Force and was attached to the Royal Air Force Bomber Command as a navigator at the time of this death. Awarded to the student with the highest cumulative academic performance above 75% in all courses of the last year in high school study (full-time or equivalent study). Application is not required.
Donor(s):
Prof. Rosalina Morris
Qualification(s): Students entering first year of any undergraduate program from North Lambton Secondary School in Forest, Ontario, in their absence, from Lambton County, and their absence, from Ontario.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Walter and Halina Slabikowski Scholarship [E0766]
This scholarship was established in memory of Walter and Halina Slabikowski who sent their first generation Canadian born children to university to enrich their lives and provide them with greater opportunities. The award will be given to the student with the highest admission average. The residence deposit must be received by published deadline date. Submit by email to awards@uoguelph.ca your full name, student ID number and a statement attesting to your parents’ place of birth and non participation in post secondary education by April 15th.
Donor(s):
Irene Thompson and Slabikowski Family
Qualification(s): Students entering any degree program planning to live in a Guelph campus residence whose parents immigrated to Canada and have never participated in post secondary studies.
Amount: 1 award of $1,000
Waterloo-Wellington Science & Engineering Fair (WWSEF) Scholarship [E0619]
Established to recognize excellence of the project submissions and encourage students to pursue university studies at the University of Guelph.
Donor(s):
University of Guelph
Qualification(s): Gold medal winners in the Senior Entries classification (WWSEF) that are registered in year one of any degree program at the University of Guelph.
Amount: various awards of $1,000
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