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Arthur Hiller Award for Admission to the Cinema Studies Institute at Innis College

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning students

Application Required

Yes. See the Arthur Hiller Award for Admission to the Cinema Studies Institute at Innis College page for more information.

Number of Recipients

One to five

Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the spring and award is paid in the subsequent fall (registration required in fall term). For 2022, decisions will be made in the fall and award is paid in the fall (registration required in fall term).

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

$1,000 – $5,000

Grades Considered In good standing
Financial Need

No

Leadership No
Other Program Year of Study 2
Award Conditions

Awarded to outstanding racialized and minoritized undergraduate students newly enrolled in the Cinema Studies program. Students are expected to apply for this award in tandem with applying to the Cinema Studies program. Recipients must be in good academic standing (CGPA of 1.50+), must achieve a final mark of at least 70% in CIN105Y1 (or a final mark of at least 70% in CIN201Y1), and must be registered in the upcoming academic year. Strong preference will be given to student applicants who self-identify as Black and Indigenous.

Mehler Paperny Family Innis Award for Indigenous Students

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning and graduating students

Application Required

Yes. See the Mehler Paperny Family Innis Award for Indigenous Students application. This application is typically available by February with a due date of mid-April.

Number of Recipients

One

Decisions and Payment Timing

Decisions are made in the spring and award is paid in the summer (for graduating students) and fall (for returning students). 

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Approximately $5,000

Grades Considered Yes
Financial Need

May be considered

Leadership Yes
OtherA reporting of contributions to an Indigenous community or Indigenous communities in Canada.
Award Conditions

Recipients must self-identify as an Indigenous person in Canada (i.e., First Nations, Inuit and Métis); must be enrolled in the second, third or fourth year of studies in the Faculty of Arts & Science at Innis College and be registered in the current Fall/Winter Session (can be either a returning or a graduating student); and must demonstrate strong academic performance and distinguished Indigenous community-based contributions. Financial need may be considered. Please note that returning students must register in the subsequent fall/winter session to be eligible to receive the award.

University of Toronto Women’s Association Scholarship

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning student

Application Required

No

Number of Recipients

One

Decisions and Payment Timing

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

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income ($1,000 – $1,500)

Grades Considered Yes 
CGPA Range

3.7+

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 No 
Award Conditions

To be awarded to an Innis College undergraduate degree student in the Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) on the basis of financial need and Ontario residency. Academic merit may also be considered.

In the context of considering outstanding academic performance, students with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of at least 3.70 as they pass their 5th, 10th & 15th credit completed in the FAS will be considered first, so long as they meet the primary criteria of financial need and Ontario residency.

To receive the award, recipients must register at Innis College in the subsequent Fall/Winter academic session.

T. A. Reed Scholarship

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning student

Application Required

No

Number of Recipients One
Decisions and Payment Timing

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

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income ($1,000 – $1,500)

Grades Considered Yes 
Financial Need

No

Leadership No 
Award Conditions

To be awarded to Innis College undergraduate degree student in the Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) with the highest cumulative grade point average (CGPA). Students who pass their 5th, 10th & 15th credit completed in the FAS will be considered. To receive the award, recipients must register at Innis College in the subsequent Fall/Winter academic session.

Robin Harris Memorial Scholarship

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning student

Application Required

No

Number of Recipients One
Decisions and Payment Timing

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

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income ($750 – $1,250)

Grades Considered Yes 
CGPA Range

3.7+

Financial Need

No

Leadership No 
Award Conditions

To be awarded to an Innis College undergraduate degree student in the Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS) specializing or majoring in the Humanities. Students with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of at least 3.70 as they pass their 5th, 10th & 15th credit completed in the FAS will be considered. To receive the award, recipients must register at Innis College in the subsequent Fall/Winter academic session.

David King Memorial Scholarship

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning student

Application Required

No

Number of Recipients One
Decisions and Payment Timing

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

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income ($1,200 – $1,500)

Grades Considered Yes 
Financial Need

No

Leadership No 
Program

Writing & Rhetoric

Award Conditions

To be awarded to an outstanding Innis College undergraduate student enrolled in the Writing & Rhetoric Program, on the basis of academic excellence.