The Scholarship Report
Student Services subscribes to an online resource, “The Scholarship Report,” that contains a wealth of information regarding scholarships, awards, and bursaries. A hard copy is available for perusal in the Scholarship Binder in Student Services.
Any new Scholarship/Bursary/Awards information received throughout the year will be handled as follows:
- Information will be conveyed during morning announcements.
- The website will be updated.
- Photocopies of scholarship information received via Canada Post will be placed in the scholarship binder.
- Click here for information on numerous selected scholarships and awards. These scholarships have been sorted based on criteria for ease of research
Key websites to access for information:
- ScholarshipsCanada.com. Fill in your profile and be matched to scholarships in their database
- OSAP – estimate how much money you will be eligible for through OSAP
- Use Aeroplan or TD Points from the Travel Rewards Program to help pay for your education through HigherEdPoints
- Scholarship-grants.org – various listings of college, university and institutional scholarships sorted into various groupings such as:
top ranking universities, categories i.e. high school seniors, women, etc.), by deadline, by province
- findmyscholarships.com – created by students for students. Their goal is to help all Canadian Students find external scholarships in Canada.
- dosomething.org – The “dosomething” website listed has a particular emphasis on social justice and related causes, as opposed to academics.
- http://www.canlearn.ca/– Government of Canada Student Financial Assistance homepage
- Scholartree.ca – 100% free to students, where scholarships are updated everyday
- einfo – links to individual university scholarships/awards/bursaries available for Ontario
- yconic.com – links and information on numerous scholarships (this is the site for studentawards.com)
- http://www.higheredpoints.com/how-it-works/ – convert aeroplan and TD Travel Rewards Program points to tuition
- fundyourfuture.ca – Various contests give students the opportunity to win money
- www.myblueprint.ca – Various scholarships and contests
- https://www.electronicinfo.ca/assets/files/documents/scholarships.pdf – 88 pages of scholarships awarded by each university
2018/2019 Scholarship, Bursary, Award information
If you are applying for any scholarships/bursaries listed below, please inform Mrs. Pietrobon-Flynn.
Date School Received Information
|Name of Scholarship||Important Information|| |
|Sept 10, 2018||Horatio Alger Scholarship Programs||Offers financial assistance to students in need who show integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity. Student must be involved in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Student must be graduating in the spring/summer and attending a bachelor program next fall. Minimum average of 65% required. Online registration required.||October 25, 2018|
|Sept 10, 2018|| |
Loran Scholars Foundation
|Based on character, service, and leadership. |
Renewable for up to four years, with a total value of $100,000. Each Loran Award includes:
Nomination packages are available in Student Services and are due to Mrs. Pietrobon-Flynn by Wednesday, September 26 at 2:45. Students who do not wish to be sponsored can apply to the “direct pool” (deadline October 24th). Please view their website for more information and online application:
|October 17, 2018|
|Sept 21, 2018|| |
Father Ted Colleton
|There are 3 monetary prizes and they are open to any senior level student. Applicants are required to write a 1500 word essay on a specific pro-life theme.||December 3rd, 2018|
|Sept 26, 2018|| |
Carleton University Bachelor of Humanities High School Essay Contest
|-Open to all high school students! |
-Winner – $500; Runner-up – $250
-Write an essay on the following question: Does Truth Matter?
-1000 word maximum
|March 1st, 2019|
|Sept 28, 2018|| |
University of Toronto National Scholarship Program
|Open to all interested students planning on beginning university in September 2019 |
-Selection is based on superior academic performance, original and creative thought, exceptional extra-curricular achievement in a broad context
-Covers tuition, incidental, and residence fees for 4 years of undergraduate study
|November 1st, 2018|
|Sept 28, 2018||Bachelor of Humanities High School Essay Contest; Carleton University||-$500 winner award; $250 runner-up |
-Open to all high school and CEGEP students
-1000 word (max) essay on the topic “Is the unexamined life not worth living?”
|January 15th, 2019|
|October 3, 2018||Schulich Leader Scholarships||Student must be nominated; 1 nomination per school. For students enrolling in STEM programs at a partner university. Nominees must meet 2 of the 3 criteria: 1) Academic Excellence 2) Leadership 3) Financial Need. *Note: Nominees must not be planning a career as a medical practitioner. Application packages will be available in Student Services as of Wednesday, October 2nd, 2018 and are due Friday, November 30 by 2:45.||Wednesday, November 30, 2018: Nomination package due |
February 20, 2019 Application due
|October 4, 2018||University of Guelph National Scholarship Program||12 scholarships valued at $42,000 each. Recognizes academic excellence, innovation, community and school engagement, and leadership. Students must have a minimum 90% average to apply. Application consists of: |
-letter from student applicant
-listing of school and community engagement and leadership
-2 letters of reference
|January 25, 2019|
|October 12, 2018||Queen’s Chancellor’s Award||This is the date nomination forms are due in Student Services. BR can nominate a maximum of 2 students. See attached for nomination form or pick one up in Student Services beginning Oct. 15. Students must demonstrate considerable leadership experiences, meaningful volunteer work, and have an average of 90% or higher. |
Nomination Form – Chancellor 2018
|November 2nd, 2018 (Application is due in Student Services)|
|October 19, 2018||Queen’s Major Admissions Awards||Students with a 90% or higher average may apply. Must be highly creative and an original thinker who displays strong leadership qualities.||December 1st, 2018|
|October 18, 2018||TD Scholarships for Community Leadership||Open to college or university-bound students. Minimum average of 75%. Key criterion is outstanding community leadership – students who have made a difference in their community. Application, essay, several letters of reference required.||November 16th, 2018|