Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries - Entrance

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Al and Laurie Monaco and Enbridge Inc. Scholarship

Awarded to an entering first year student who has achieved a minimum admission average of 80 percent (or equivalent). Students must include a statement of their educational and career objectives under the personal statement section of the Student Financial Profile. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons who are residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.

Allen T. Lambert Scholarship

Brookfield Asset Management Inc. has established this renewable entrance scholarship in honour of Allen T. Lambert. Awarded to an entering full-time MBA student who has demonstrated academic excellence in previous studies. Renewable in the second year of the program if recipient achieves academic standing in the top quartile of the MBA year one.

Alumni Award of Distinction Scholarship

Candidates must be students in their final year of study in a secondary school who will be seeking admission into first year of undergraduate study at York University in any discipline. Candidates possess a minimum admission average of 90 per cent or equivalent and will have other accomplishments such as leadership in community service, achievement in arts or sports, or excellence in other areas of individual endeavour which demonstrates the wholeness of the person and grace of character. This award is renewed on the basis of continued high academic standing (minimum grade point average of 8.00). The York University Alumni Association donated these awards to celebrate their commitment to York University. The Association has a unique and valuable role to fill in promoting the excellence, welfare and future of the University. These awards will assist the newest generation of York students to realize their dreams.

Avie Bennett Award

These awards are available to students entering their first year of full-time undergraduate study at the University who are applying from a permanent residence in the City of Brampton (Ontario), who are Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, who have demonstrated financial need and who have a minimum 75 per cent admission average. After the first year, this award is renewable on an annual basis for up to three years of undergraduate study provided the recipient maintains a minimum grade point average of 7.00 and continues to demonstrate financial need.

Awards of Distinction Merit Scholarship

Awarded to applicants short-listed for the Awards of Distinction Scholarship. This scholarship can be held in conjunction with the York University Automatic Entrance Scholarship.

Benjamin Laufer Memorial Entrance Scholarship

In memory of Benjamin Laufer, a member of the 1979 graduating class of Osgoode Hall Law School, this scholarship will be awarded annually to a student entering the first year of the JD program. It will be awarded on the basis of both academic merit and demonstrated financial need.

Bogoroch & Associates Renewable Entrance Award

Through their generosity, the Bogoroch & Associates Renewable Entrance Award has been established to assist students with their aspirations of achieving a law degree. Among the largest and most prestigious at Osgoode, this award is available to an entering student who demonstrates financial need and academic achievement. Preference will be given to a student from a disadvantaged group.

Bourse d'entree des finissants des ecoles de langue francaise de l'Ontario

La bourse d'entree des finissants des ecoles de langue francaise de l'Ontario est accordee a tous les finissants des ecoles secondaires de langue francaise de l'Ontario admis a Glendon et demontrant un besoin financier.

Campbell Moving Systems Inc. Award

The Campbell Moving Systems Inc. Award has been established to provide an annual award to a secondary school student entering a first-year program at York University. The successful applicant must have an admission average of 85 per cent or higher, have made a contribution to the life of their school or community. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.

Club Richelieu Internship

Awarded to a new full-time Glendon student in exchange for 100 hours of community service in a francophone or bilingual setting in Toronto. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, be Ontario residents and demonstrate financial need.

Computer Science, Computer Engineering & Information Technology Scholarship

The Computer Science, Computer Engineering & Information Technology Scholarship has been established to assist students entering a computer science or information technology program. Recipients must present a secondary school admission average of 75 per cent or higher. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.

Concours provincial de francais

Awarded to two entering Glendon students who have won the Concours provincial de francais contest..

David F. Denison & Maureen Flanagan Award

These awards will be given annually to students who are Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need. Recipients will have a minimum 70% admission average.

Design Talent Entrance Scholarship

Awarded to incoming Year 1 design students. This award is based on performance in the evaluation required for admission into the Design program.

Edith Schulich BBA/iBBA Entrance Award

Awarded to an incoming BBA/iBBA student who has demonstrated exceptional academic ability in the high school graduating year. Recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, a resident of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.

Escott Reid Entrance Scholarship

Awarded to an outstanding student entering Glendon College who has demonstrated activity in international events through education, volunteerism or employment.

Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Entrance Award

The Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies recognizes that students may be challenged in their pursuit of a postsecondary education because of limited financial resources. The Faculty is committed to providing such students with the opportunity to realize their goal to complete an undergraduate degree. Applicants must be admitted to the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies with a minimum admission average of 85 per cent. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, be Ontario residents and demonstrate financial need. This award is renewable for up to four years of undergraduate study. To renew, recipients must be in a minimum of 18 credits, academically eligible to continue in an Honours program in the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, and continue to demonstrate financial need.

Glendon Alumni Entrance Scholarship

Awarded to an Ontario high school student entering Year 1 at Glendon with high academic standing.

Governors' Awards of Distinction - Murray Ross Scholarship

Candidates must be students in their final year of study in a secondary school who will be seeking admission into their first year of undergraduate study at York University in any discipline. Candidates must possess a minimum admission average of 90 per cent or equivalent and will have other accomplishments such as leadership in community service, achievement in other areas of individual endeavour which demonstrate the wholeness of the person and grace of character. This award is renewed on the basis of continued high academic standing (minimum grade point average of 8.00). As a Governors? Award of Distinction, the Murray Ross Entrance Scholarship is one of York University?s most significant and prestigious awards. Murray G. Ross, a native of Nova Scotia, received his university education at Acadia University, the University of Toronto, the University of Chicago and Columbia University. He was a member of the academic staff of the University of Toronto and served as vice-president from 1957-1960. In 1960, Dr. Murray Ross became the President of York University. It was his insight, commitment and leadership which helped to build the University. This award honours York students who share these qualities.

Governors' Awards of Distinction: John Proctor Scholarship

Candidates must be students in their final year of study in secondary school who are or will be seeking admission into their first year of undergraduate study at York University in any discipline. Candidates must possess a minimum admission average of 90 per cent or equivalent and will have other accomplishments such a leadership in community service, achievement in arts or sports, or excellence in other areas of individual endeavour which demonstrate the wholeness of the person and grace of character. This award is renewed on the basis of continued high academic standing (minimum grade point average of 8.00). As a Governors? Award of Distinction, the John S. Proctor Entrance Scholarship is one of York University?s most significant and prestigious awards. Named for the former Chancellor and Chair of the University?s Board of Governors and also commemorating the University?s 25th anniversary, this scholarship has been made possible by the generosity of past and present members of the Board.

Great Canadian Bagel Limited Award

The Great Canadian Bagel Limited Award has been established to provide an annual award to a secondary school student entering a first-year program at York University. The successful applicant must have an admission average of 85 per cent or higher, have made a contribution to the life of their school or community. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.

Harley D. Hallet Renewable Entrance Scholarship

Among the most prestigious scholarships at Canadian Law Schools, Hallett Scholars are selected entering their first year of the JD program on the basis of academic background and performance taking into account demonstrable financial need. Preference may be given to candidates who have completed graduate degrees or honours programs. A candidate's demonstrated interest and background in business related studies, criminal law or criminology may also be taken into account. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

HSBC Scholarship

The scholarship will be given annually to secondary school students admitted to a direct-entry undergraduate program at York University, who have achieved a minimum secondary school average of 80 per cent or its equivalent. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.

International Entrance Scholarship of Distinction

Awarded to outstanding international applicants from secondary school (or equivalent) who present a minimum A admission average and are applying to a direct entry undergraduate program in one of the following Faculties: Environmental Studies, Fine Arts, Glendon, Health, Lassonde, Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, Science or Schulich. This scholarship can be renewable for an additional three years provided the recipient maintains full-time status (minimum of 18 credits each Fall/Winter session) with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 7.80. If recipient's immigration status changes at anytime while studying at York and they are exempted from paying international fees for any reason, the value of this award will be adjusted to reflect domestic tuition fee values.

Irwin Seating Company Award

The Irwin Seating Company Award has been established to provide an annual award to a secondary school student entering a first-year program at York University. The successful applicant must have an admission average of 85 per cent or higher, have made a contribution to the life of their school or community. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.

Joel Organek Entrance Scholarship

These scholarships will be awarded annually to students entering the first year of the JD program at Osgoode on the basis of academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Established in memory of Joel Organek by his family, friends, clients and colleagues. Mr. Organek was a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School and a partner at Gowling, Strathy and Henderson.

John Brooks Community Foundation Scholarship

The recipients of the John Brooks Community Foundation Scholarship are selected on the basis of academic achievement, admission to a full-time York University program and documented participation in extracurricular activities and community service. Preference will be given to applicants from visible minorities of African descent.

Kenneth Laundy Entrance Award

For many years, Ken Laundy has taught in both Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business. To honour his longstanding affiliation this scholarship was established to assist an entering MBA/LLB student who has achieved outstanding academic performance in preparation for the joint program. The Recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, a resident of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.

Law Society Foundation Entrance Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded annually to an entering student on the basis of excellent academic qualifications.

Lester Pearson Entrance Scholarship

Awarded to a Year 1 Glendon College student with high academic standing, coming from a province west of Ontario. This scholarship commemorates the Honourable Lester B. Pearson, Prime Minister of Canada from 1963 to 1968 and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1957.

Miller Thomson LLP National Entrance Award in Law

The firm of Miller Thomson LLP provides this entrance award to a student entering the JD Program at Osgoode Hall Law School. The recipient must have a record of academic excellence, demonstrate leadership through their extra-curricular activities, community involvement, and demonstrate financial need.

N.A. Taylor Entrance Scholarship

Established by N. A. Taylor in 1993, this entrance scholarship will be awarded each year to students entering the first year class at Osgoode Hall Law School. Mr. Taylor, a graduate of the class of 1930 at Osgoode, had a distinguished career in law and business and has been a loyal and generous supporter of Osgoode Hall Law School and York University. The N.A. Taylor Entrance Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic excellence. Consideration may also be given to the financial situation of potential recipients and to their pre-law contributions to the social, physical and/or cultural well-being of their communities.

NEWAD Award

The NEWAD Award has been established to provide an annual award to a secondary school student entering a first-year program at York University. The successful applicant must have an admission average of 85 per cent or higher, have made a contribution to the life of their school or community, have demonstrable financial need, be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and be a resident of Ontario. NEWAD is a nation-wide indoor advertising network.

Newton-Rowell Entrance Scholarship

Awarded based on academic excellence to a student with a demonstrated interest in and a commitment to public service.

Nichol Ma and K.M. Ma Second University Degree Award

The award was established by Mr. Nichol Ma and K.M. Ma to value and remember those who are kind, generous and hard-working. This award will be granted to an entering student who is a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student who has previously completed an undergraduate degree at a recognized University and are entering an undergraduate degree program in economics, mathematics, or business.

Nissan Canada Leadership Entrance Award

The Nissan Canada Leadership Entrance Award will be given annually to an incoming Schulich School of Business BBA or iBBA student who academic achievement. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.

Omer and Norah Deslauriers Internship

Awarded to a new full-time Glendon student in exchange for community service in a francophone or bilingual setting in Toronto. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, be Ontario residents and demonstrate financial need.

Oscar Peterson Scholarship

The Oscar Peterson Scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate student entering the Music degree program who demonstrates a unique musical ability, especially in the field of jazz performance, as demonstrated through live performance or a portfolio. The recipient must present a minimum admission average of 80 percent and be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, and reside in of Ontario. Preference will be given to applicants with demonstrated financial need. This scholarship is renewable for a maximum of three additional years provided the recipient enrolls in a minimum of 18 credits each year and achieves a sessional GPA of 7.50.

Patrick J. Monahan Award

Established by Patrick Monahan, Dean of Osgoode Hall Law School (2003 - 2009), to assist students who are entering the first year of study of the JD program. Recipients must have high academic standing in comparison to other students admitted to the program. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents, protected persons, and Ontario residents who demonstrate financial need.

Quebec Entrance Scholarship

The Quebec Entrance Scholarship is awarded to Glendon applicants from CEGEPs who hold the DEC, have the highest academic average and are eligible for admission to Year 2.

Ray and Joe Abramson Award in Mathematics and Statistics

The award will be given annually to a student entering his/her first year in a major program within the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need. Candidates must have a demonstrated record of extracurricular involvement in a math-related club and/or activity. Should there not be a suitable Year 1 candidate, the award will be given to an upper-year mathematics and statistics student who has demonstrated a record of extracurricular involvement in a math-related club and/or activity, is a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrates financial need.

Robert Orr Entrance Scholarship

Awarded annually to a student entering the first year class at Osgoode Hall Law School. The scholarship will be awarded principally on the basis of academic excellence as demonstrated by the recipient's performance in her/his pre-law studies at a Canadian university. Other factors, including the recipient's participation/leadership in extracurricular university or community activities may also be considered.

Ron Triffon Entrance Scholarship

Awarded to a Year 1 Glendon student with high academic standing, coming from a province east of Ontario. This award has been established in memory of a former Glendon student.

Sarah and Joe Rainsberger Entrance Bursary

Awarded to an incoming student admitted to Glendon College who has been home schooled and demonstrates financial need. Should there be no suitable applicants in a given year the award will be held over until the following year.

Scholarship for Outstanding Community Work in the Spanish Speaking Community

This scholarship will be granted to an undergraduate student who is a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, and a resident of Ontario, and who demonstrates financial need. The recipient of this scholarship will have achieved a minimum admission average of 80% (or equivalent). Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated leadership in youth lead social or cultural activities that contribute to communities or organizations where Spanish is a primary language. Where no candidate of preference applies, selection will be based on the balance of the criteria. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, and resident of Ontario, who demonstrates financial need.

Seymour Schulich BBA/iBBA Entrance Scholarship

In recognition of academic excellence and merit, Seymour Schulich has created the Seymour Schulich BBA Entrance Scholarship. The scholarships are presented to incoming BBA students who have demonstrated academic excellence. Recipients will have been active in their community and demonstrated leadership qualities either in school or through extracurricular activities.

Sir Leonard C. Outerbridge '14 Entrance Scholarship (Newfoundland)

Awarded to a student from Newfoundland entering their first year of a JD program. Selected on the basis of academic excellence and public services.

Stephen George Leggett, Q.C. Memorial Entrance Scholarship

Established by Suzanne Holland Leggett, in honour of the memory of her husband, Stephen George Leggett Q.C. (1936-1994). Stephen Leggett was an alumnus of Osgoode Hall Law School, Class of 1960, and was one of the leading Crown Attorneys of the Province of Ontario for 30 years. This scholarship will be awarded to a student entering the first year of the JD program, based primarily on demonstrated financial need but also academic excellence.

Steven K. Hudson BBA/iBBA Entrance Award

The Steven K. Hudson BBA Entrance Award is given to a Year 1 BBA/iBBA student who has achieved first class standing (A) in their senior year of high school and has shown strong entrepreneurial achievements. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need. Steven (BBA ?81) and Sharon Hudson have established this award. Steven Hudson is a strong supporter of the York Community.

Tanna H. Schulich BBA/iBBA Entrance Scholarship

In recognition of academic excellence and merit, Seymour Schulich has created the Tanna H. Schulich BBA Entrance Scholarship. The scholarship is presented to incoming BBA students who have demonstrated academic excellence. The recipient will have been active in their community and demonstrated leadership qualities either in school or through extracurricular activities.

Tesma International Inc. Award

This award has been established to provide an annual award to a deserving secondary school student entering a first-year program at York University. The successful applicant must have a minimum 85 per cent admission average, demonstrate financial need, be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and be a resident of Ontario. Tesma International is a global supplier of highly engineered engine, transmission and fueling systems and components for the automotive industry.

The Award for Aboriginal Students

This award will be granted to students of aboriginal ancestry with one award recipient selected from each of the Provincial Territorial Organizations in Ontario (currently Nishnabwe-Aski Nation, Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres, Anishinabek Nation/ Union of Ontario Indians, Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians, Grand Council Treaty No. 3, Metis Nation of Ontario). Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons and residents of Ontario who demonstrate financial need and who present a minimum admission average of 70 per cent. Recipients of the award will be required to take part in a mentorship program. To renew award students must register in a minimum of 18 credits during the entire academic year (previous summer and fall/winter sessions)and maintain a sessional grade point average of 6.00 (B).

The Ethel Harris Entrance Scholarship at Glendon College

Milton Harris, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Harris Steel Group Inc., is committed to encouraging students from across Canada to study in Ontario to promote Canadian unity. These prestigious scholarships were established to recognize exceptional academic achievement among entering undergraduates. Applications will be judged on academic achievement and a 500-1,000 word essay relating to their reasons for wanting to pursue studies at Glendon College.

The Faculty of Health Renewable Entrance Award

The award will be given to students entering their first year of study in the Faculty of Health who are Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, who are residents of Ontario, demonstrate financial need and have achieved a minimum admission average of 75 percent. Students who continue to meet the above criteria will be eligible to renew the award in their second, third and fourth year of study.

The George & Helen Vari Foundation Award

Awarded to two first-year undergraduate and two graduate students in the Faculty of Environmental Studies. Recipients are selected on the basis of academic merit. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need.

The Herbert H. Carnegie Scholarship

Awarded to undergraduate students applying for admission from a Canadian secondary school who exhibits exemplary citizenship qualities as represented by the Future Aces philosophy (community service, volunteerism and humanitarian causes). Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario, provide evidence of potential for success to continue postsecondary education and demonstrate financial need.

The Honderich Bursary

The Toronto Star has established these awards in honour of its Chair, Beland Honderich. Their purpose is to encourage deserving secondary school students to pursue a university education. A student in their penultimate year at James Cardinal McGuigan Secondary School, C.W. Jefferys Secondary School, Emery Collegiate Institute and Westview Centennial Secondary School will be chosen by the schools annually. The award is renewable for an additional three years. Students are guaranteed a summer job at the Toronto Star at the end of their first year.

The Honourable R.E. Holland, Q.C. Award

This award will be given annually to a student(s) entering the JD program at Osgoode Hall Law School who has a record of academic excellence and who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student(s) from outside of Ontario.

The Honourable Ronald E. Sobier Entrance Award

Awarded to a student entering the first year of study at Osgoode Hall Law School who has excellent academic standing, a record of community or extra-curricular involvement. Recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, and a resident of Ontario who demonstrates financial need.

The Honourable William G.C. Howland Award of Excellence Renewable Entrance Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to the top students who enter the first year of the JD program or a joint program (JD/MBA/MPA; JD/MES) at Osgoode with an A- average or better, demonstrating academic excellence. Recipients who maintain an academic standing in the top 20% of the class will receive a a partial scholarship in each of the second and third years of the undergraduate law program. The Hon. William G. C. Howland Award of Excellence Entrance Scholarship was established by the Osgoode Hall Law School Alumni Association and has been funded as a renewable entrance scholarship through a generous bequest from the estate of the late William Goldwin Carrington Howland, O.C., Ont., C.St.J. (LLB'39; LLD 1984). He practised law, lectured on mortgages, served as Chair of the Legal Education Committee of the Law Society of Upper Canada at the time that Osgoode Hall Law School became affiliated with York University, and served with distinction as Treasurer of the Law Society and as Chief Justice of Ontario.

The Ignat Kaneff Scholarship for Academic Excellence

Ignat Kaneff was born in Bulgaria and at age 14 left for Austria before immigrating to Canada at age 24. Soon thereafter, he founded the Kaneff Group of Companies, a greater Peel region-based real estate development and construction company. The Ingnat Kaneff Scholarship for Academic Excellence was established by his family in honour of his 80th birthday to commemorate his strong dedication to his community and his commitment to promoting equal opportunities through higher education among Canadians. This Scholarship will be awarded to an entering JD student who has record of academic excellence in her or his undergraduate studies. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need.

The Osgoode Centennial Entrance Scholarship for Northern Ontario and Northern Canada

Established by donations to the Centennial Campaign, this scholarship is to be awarded annually to a student from Northern Ontario or from Northern Canada who is entering the first year at Osgoode Hall Law School. The scholarship is to be awarded on the basis of academic excellence and aptitude for legal studies.

The Osgoode Centennial Entrance Scholarship for Quebec

Established from donations to the Centennial Campaign, this scholarship is awarded annually to students from the Province of Quebec who are entering the first year at Osgoode Hall Law School. The scholarship is to be awarded on the basis of academic excellence and aptitude for legal studies.

The Osgoode Centennial Entrance Scholarship for the Martime Provinces

This scholarship is awarded annually to a student from one of the Maritime Provinces who is entering the first year at Osgoode Hall Law School. The scholarship is to be awarded on the basis of academic excellence and aptitude for legal studies. Established by Osgoode Alumni in the maritime provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, together with other donors to the Centennial Campaign.

The Osgoode Centennial Entrance Scholarship for the Prairie Provinces

This scholarship will be awarded annually to a student from one of the Prairie Provinces who is entering the first year at Osgoode Hall Law School. The scholarship is to be awarded on the basis of academic excellence and aptitude for legal studies. Established by the Osgoode Alumni in the Prairie Provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, together with other donors to the Centennial Campaign.

The Osgoode Centennial Scholarship for Alberta

This scholarship will be awarded annually to a student from Alberta who is entering the first year at Osgoode Hall Law School. The scholarship is to be awarded on the basis of academic excellence and aptitude for legal studies. Established by Osgoode Alumni in the province of Alberta, together with other donors to the Centennial Campaign.

The Osgoode Centennial Scholarship for British Columbia

This scholarship will be awarded annually to a student from British Columbia who is entering the first year at Osgoode Hall Law School. The scholarship is to be awarded on the basis of academic excellence and aptitude for legal studies. Established by Osgoode Alumni in the province of British Columbia, together with other donors to the Centennial Campaign.

The Palladini Family Award

The award will be given to a student entering York from either C.W. Jeffery's Collegiate Institute, Westview Centennial Secondary School or James Cardinal McGuigan Catholic High School, who has achieved a minimum 70 per cent average and who has demonstrated leadership within the Jane-Finch community or within a student association at their secondary school and who is a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, resident of Ontario and who demonstrates financial need.

The Van-Rob Inc. Award

The Van-Rob Inc. Award has been established to provide an annual award to a secondary school student entering a first-year program at York University. The successful applicant must have an admission average of 85 per cent or higher, have made a contribution to the life of their school or community, have demonstrable financial need, be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person and be a resident of Ontario. Van-Rob Inc. is a supplier of metal stampings, mechanical and modular assemblies to the OEM and after market.

The Westview Entrance Award

This award will be granted to students who are graduates of Westview Centennial Secondary School. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and have a minimum admission average of 80 per cent. All Westview graduates applying to York University are eligible to apply.

Tibor Prince Integrity Scholarship

Tibor Prince was called to the Bar in Romania in 1936. He and his wife eventually had to flee their country and came to Canada. Throughout his life Tibor Prince believed that hard work and integrity were the keys to success. This scholarship was established to honour his memory and to reward a student who has demonstrated these values through their academic record. The scholarship will be awarded to a student who is entering the JD program at Osgoode Hall Law School with excellent academic standing.

Tom Arnold CPMEA Entrance Scholarship

This award will be offered to a secondary school student entering the first year of a direct entry program at York University from a high school in the York Region, inclusive of the municipalities of Aurora, East Gwillimbury, Georgina, King, Markham, Newmarket, Richmond Hill, Vaughan and Whitchurch- Stouffville. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and demonstrate financial need. Applicants must have a minimum final admission average of 80 per cent to be considered.

Unilever Canada Undergraduate Entrance Award in Environmental Studies

Awarded to an incoming Faculty of Environmental Studies (FES) undergraduate student who has achieved a minimum 80 per cent admission average and has written an excellent 1,000 word essay on their vision of sustainability. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and demonstrate financial need. This award has been made available through the generous support of Unilever Canada Limited.

York University Awards of Achievement

Available to secondary school students applying to a direct-entry undergraduate program with an admission average of 85 per cent or higher, have contributed to the life of their school and/or community. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, residents of Ontario and demonstrate financial need. This award is renewable for a maximum of three additional years. To renew, students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 6.00 (B), enrol in a minimum of 18 credits each year and must continue to demonstrate financial need.

York University Entrance Bursary for Aboriginal Students

This bursary is available to status and non-status undergraduate students of aboriginal ancestry who are Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons and are residents of Ontario who demonstrate financial need. The bursary is renewable for a maximum of three additional years provided the student maintains a cumulative grade point average of a 5.00 (C+) and enrolment in a minimum of 18 credits.

York University Mature Students Entrance Scholarship

Awarded to students with a record of outstanding achievement who are admitted under the mature student basis of admission. Selection will be based on strong academic performance or work history, community or volunteer experience and personal development as well as clearly outlined interests and goals for university studies.

York University President's Scholarship

York University offers President?s Scholarships to those secondary school applicants, to a first year daytime undergraduate program, with the highest entrance averages. These scholarships are renewable for an additional three years of undergraduate study provided the student maintains a sessional grade point average of 8.00 and registers in a minimum of 18 credits in the fall/winter session. Once lost this scholarship cannot be regained.

York University Renewable Entrance Athletic Scholarship

The York University Renewable Entrance Athletic Scholarship was established to support athletic and academic excellence. These awards are available to full-time undergraduate students entering York University. Candidates must have a minimum admissions average of 80 per cent (or equivalent). To renew this award, students must achieve a minimum grade point average of 6.00 each year and enrol in a minimum of 18 credits. Effective FW16 the value of the scholarship ranges from $1000 to a maximum of $4500 (or the value of tuition and compulsory fees if less than $4,500). This scholarship can be held in conjunction with other merit based scholarships and awards however the value of all funding in which athletic ability is a criteria cannot exceed $4500 (or the value of tuition and compulsory fees) per year.

York University Talent Entrance Scholarship

Award based on performance in the audition or evaluation required for admission to the School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design. This scholarship can be held in conjunction with the York University Entrance Scholarship, if eligible.