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Wendy Rolph Memorial Scholarship

FacetDescription
Student Category

Current student

Application Required

No

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 ($1,500 – $2,000)

Grades Considered

Yes

CGPA Range

3.5+

Financial Need

No

Leadership

No

Program

Cinema Studies

Award Conditions

To be awarded to an outstanding Innis College student, enrolled in the Specialist or Major Programs in Cinema Studies with a minimum CGPA of 3.5, who has earned a minimum of nine (9.0) credits.

Wasser Leadership Scholarship

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning and graduating students

Application Required

Yes. See application here.

Number of Recipients Multiple
Decisions and Payment Timing

Returning Students: Decisions are made in the spring and award is paid in the subsequent fall (registration required in fall term) for returning students

Graduating students: Decisions are made in the spring and the award is paid in the spring

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income ($2,500 –  $3,000)

Grades Considered Yes 
CGPA Range
Financial Need

No

Leadership Yes
Award Conditions

To be awarded to an Innis College undergraduate degree student in the Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS). The Wasser Scholarship recognize sustained leadership contributions over several years. All candidates will exhibit the promise of transferring their leadership skills to their community or workplace after graduation. The Scholarships will be awarded to senior year students who have excelled academically and who have made outstanding contributions through their involvement in student life, their voluntary activities, and their service to others. The scholarships will be decided after the winter session of each academic year and non-graduating students will normally be expected to register in the subsequent academic year to be eligible to receive the award. Senior students are students who have completed at least 14.0 credits when decisions on the awards are made. A student is eligible for only one Wasser Scholarship in an undergraduate career.

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.

M. “Fuzz” Friend Memorial Award

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning or graduating student

Application Required

Yes. See application here.

Number of Recipients

One

Decisions and Payment Timing

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

Graduating students: Decisions are made in the spring and award is paid in the spring

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income ($1,500 – $2,000)

Grades Considered Yes 
CGPA Range

2.0+

Financial Need

No

Leadership Yes
Award Conditions

To be awarded to a student past or present from the Innis Residence with a minimum 2.0 CGPA who, based on voluntary contribution, has had an outstanding and positive impact on residence life. Students may only receive the award once.

Hungarian Helicon Foundation Award

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning student

Application Required

Yes. See the Hungarian Helicon application. (This application is typically available by February with a due date of early April.)

Number of Recipients

One or more

Decisions and Payment Timing

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

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income ($1,500 – $3,000)

Grades Considered Yes 
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 
Program

Undergraduate student

OtherSubmitted academic work
Award Conditions

To be awarded to full time University of Toronto students on the basis of financial need. Academic merit will also be considered. Eligible students will have completed at least 4.0 credits and be returning to undergraduate study within the University of Toronto. Applicants must submit for adjudication a piece of original work, demonstrating their ability to discuss Hungarian themes in relation to their area of study. Letters of reference and a transcript may be required.

Evelyn Cotter Award

FacetDescription
Student Category

Returning student

Application Required

No

Number of Recipients

One

Decisions and Payment Timing

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

Award Value (Based on Previous Values)

Annual Income ($1,500 – $2,000)

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 on the basis of financial need to an Innis College undergraduate student who, because of family responsibilities, has had to or has chosen to postpone or interrupt post secondary education.

Edward Moss Davidson and Hilda Ruth Rous Davidson Award – OSOTF

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 ($500 – $750)

Grades Considered Yes 
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

Award Conditions

To be awarded on the basis of financial need. Academic merit will also be considered. Preference will be given to students who, by their leadership, have contributed to the life of the College and/or University and/or community. To receive award, recipient must register in the subsequent academic year.

Dean Garry Spencer Award

FacetDescription
Student Category

Current student

Application Required

No

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)

Annual Income

Annual Income ($1,500 – $2,000)

Yes 
CGPA Range

1.5+

Financial Need

No

Leadership Yes
Award Conditions

Awarded to a first-year student in the Innis Residence who has completed the academic year in good standing and who has contributed to the life of the Innis Residence.

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.