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Innis College Residence Award in Memory of Nagaiah Kandavel

FacetDescription
Student Category

Admission (Undergraduate)

Application Required

Yes. See application here.

Number of Recipients

One

Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the spring and award is paid in the subsequent fall (registration required in fall term)

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Approximately $12,200

Grades Considered

No

Financial Need

Preference will be given to students with financial need.

Leadership

Yes

Award Conditions

This award is for an undergraduate student entering their first year of studies in Arts & Science at Innis College and living in the Innis Residence.  It is awarded to a student who is community minded and demonstrates high integrity and quiet leadership in their high schools and/or communities. Preference will be given to students with financial need. The value of this award is approximately $12,200.

Roxanne Chee Family and Friends Award at Innis College

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning students

Application Required

Yes (the application will be available sometime during the Winter term)

Number of Recipients

One

Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the spring and award is paid in the subsequent fall (registration required in fall term)

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

To be determined

Grades Considered

No

Financial Need

Considered

Leadership

Yes

Award Conditions

To be awarded to a returning international or domestic undergraduate student enrolled at Innis College, who has demonstrated leadership and community-building. Preference will be given to Black and/or Indigenous students and/or student with financial need.

Russell Canada Prize

FacetDescription
Student Category

Current student

Application Required

Yes. See the Russell Canada Prize application. This application is typically available by February with a due date of mid-April.

Number of Recipients

One or more

Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the spring and award is paid in the spring.

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income ($500 – $1,000)

Grades Considered No
Financial Need

No

Leadership No
OtherSubmitted academic work
Award Conditions

To be awarded annually to an Innis College student to reflect the work of Peter H. Russell and encourage students to seek out, as he does, the unique character of our country. The prize will be awarded to an  outstanding “production” on some aspect of Canada in the form of a substantial piece of coursework (e.g., essay) or a substantial creative work (e.g., poetry, prose, drama, film, painting, or photography). The same student(s) cannot receive the award in multiple years.

Weisdorf Bell Family Undergraduate Award in Urban Studies

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning student

Application Required

No

Number of Recipients

Multiple

Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the fall and the award is paid in the fall

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income (amount varies)

Grades Considered

No

Financial Need

Yes

Leadership

No

Program

Urban Studies

Award Conditions

To be awarded to (a) full-time, undergraduate Innis College student(s) who is enrolled in the Urban Studies Program at the University of Toronto on the basis of financial need. The annual income available for awards must be awarded to full time, domestic Canadian residents in compliance with the UTAPS program guidelines and the Policy on Student Financial Support. This award is distributed by Enrolment Services.

Innis Paper Award

FacetDescription
Student Category

Current student

Application Required

No

Number of Recipients

One

Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the fall and the award is paid out in the fall.

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

$1,000

Financial Need

No

Leadership

Yes

Program

University of Toronto student

Award Conditions

To be awarded to the editor of the Innis Herald newspaper. 

University Women’s Club Toronto Foundation Award

FacetDescription
Student Category

Admission (Undergraduate)

Application Required

Yes. See application here.

Number of Recipients

One

Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the spring and award is paid in the subsequent fall (registration required in fall term)

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income (approximately $9000)

Grades Considered

No

Financial Need

Financial need may be considered.

Leadership

Yes

Award Conditions

This award is for an undergraduate student entering their first year of studies in Arts & Science at Innis College and living in the Innis Residence. It is awarded to a student who, through leadership and their involvement in school and community life, has contributed to building a more equitable world. Financial need may be considered. This award is for Canadian citizens, Permanent Residents and Protected Persons. The value of this award is approximately $5,000.

Innis Residence Leadership Award

FacetDescription
Student Category

Current student

Application Required

Yes (nomination by peers)

Number of Recipients

One

Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the spring and the award is paid in the summer.

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

$500

Grades Considered No
Financial Need

No

Leadership Yes
Award Conditions

To be awarded to an outstanding full-time, first-year undergraduate student living in the Innis Residence in the current academic year who is an emerging leader. Recipient may be a first-year student from the Faculty of Arts and Science or from a first-entry professional faculty.

Innis Emerging Leader Award

FacetDescription
Student Category

Current student

Application Required

Yes (nomination by peers)

Number of Recipients

One

Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the spring and the award is paid in the summer.

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

$500

Grades Considered No
Financial Need

No

Leadership Yes
Award Conditions

To be awarded to an outstanding first-year Innis College undergraduate student not living in the Innis Residence in the current academic year who is an emerging leader.

Taddle Creek Residence Life Award

FacetDescription
Student Category

Current student

Application Required

Yes. See application here.

Number of Recipients Multiple
Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the spring and award is paid in the spring

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Approximately $2,500

Grades Considered No
Financial Need

Yes

Leadership Yes
Award Conditions

To be awarded to outstanding Innis Residence students. Candidates must be in good standing in their Faculty, and they must demonstrate distinguished voluntary commitment to fostering and supporting community life in the Innis Residence. Financial need may be considered but is not a requirement. Candidates who have previously received a Taddle Creek Residence Life Award will be considered on the basis of achievements since receipt of the last award.

Innis College GRADitude Award

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning student

Application Required

Yes. See application here.

Number of Recipients One
Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the spring and award is paid in the subsequent fall (registration required in fall term)

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income ($250 – $500)

Grades Considered No 
Financial Need

Yes.

As an award endowed with funds from the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF), students must meet all of the following criteria: (1) Canadian Citizenship/Permanent Resident/Protected Person; (2) Ontario residency, see “How do I know if I qualify as an Ontario resident for student loan purposes?”; and (3) financial need.  Receiving OSAP, for example, demonstrates eligibility in all three criteria for this award.

Leadership Yes
OtherVolunteer work outside university; completed 4.0 to 13.0 credits
Award Conditions

Awarded to an Innis College student in financial need, from the Faculty of Arts and Science on the basis of excellent academic achievement. The recipient has completed at least 4.0 credits and no more than 13.0. They will be selected for their volunteer work outside the university.