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Lincoln Alexander Chancellor's Scholarships [E0689]
|Value:||2 awards of $42,000 ($8,250 annually for 4 years of study plus one $9,000 stipend for summer research assistantship)|
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 superior leadership ability and potential as demonstrated 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. 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 and continue to demonstrate the leadership qualities on which the award was given. Recipients must provide an annual report to the President's and Chancellors' Scholarship Selection and Review Committee (PCSSRC) detailing leadership and engagement activities throughout the year.This award cannot be held with the President’s Scholarships, the Chancellors' Scholarships, the Academic Leadership Scholarship, or the Board of Governors’ Scholarships.
Students entering a degree program with a minimum 90% admission average who have made significant leadership and innovative contributions to their schools and communities and demonstrate the potential to become a leader in society. In addition, students must be: Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit and Métis); or a person with a disability; or a racialized person.