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Awards - Program Specific

For a complete list of awards available within your program select your program name below. In addition to the awards, scholarships and bursaries listed below, there may be additional funding opportunities available directly through your academic program department.

Arts and Contemporary Studies
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Arts and Contemporary Studies Awards

Up to $50 x 3
For highest grade in ACS100 Ideas that Shape the World I.

Up to $50 x 3
For highest grade in ACS103 Introduction to the Humanities.

Up to $50
For highest grade in ACS106 Introduction to Language.

Up to $50
For highest grade in FRE301 Intermediate French I.

Up to $50
For highest grade in SPN708 Contemporary Spanish Fiction.

Up to $50 x 3
For highest grade in ACS105 Critical Thinking.

Up to $50 x 3
For highest grade in ACS200 Ideas that Shape the World II.

Up to $50 x 3
For highest grade in ACS201 Conflict Resolution and Negotiation.

Up to $50
For highest grade in ACS205 Writing as a Cultural Act.

Up to $50 x 3
For highest grade in ACS300 Ideas that Shape the World III.

Up to $50 x 3
For highest grade in ACS301 Research Design and Qualitative Methods.

Up to $50
For highest grade in ACS302 Introduction to Culture and Entertainment.

Up to $50
For highest grade in ACS303 Introduction to Science and Technology.

Up to $50 x 3
For highest grade in ACS400 Ideas that Shape the World IV.

Up to $50 x 3
For highest grade in ACS401 Introduction to Research and Statistics.

Up to $50 x 3
For highest grade in ACS402 Introduction to Global Studies.

Up to $50 x 2
For highest grade in ACS403 Introduction to Diversity and Equity.

Up to $50 x 4
For highest grade in ACS500 Ideas that Shape the World V.

Up to $50 x 5
For highest grade in ACS800 Senior Group Project.

Up to $50 x 4
For highest grade in ACS900 Senior Group Project.

Up to $50
For highest CGPA at the end of the fall term, first year.

Up to $50
For highest CGPA at the end of the fall term, second year.

Up to $50
For highest CGPA at the end of the fall term, third year.

Up to $50
For highest CGPA at the end of the fall term, fourth year.

Up to $50
For highest CGPA at the end of the winter term, first year.

Up to $50
For highest CGPA at the end of the winter term, second year.

Up to $50
For highest CGPA at the end of the winter term, third year.

Up to $50
For highest CGPA at the end of the winter term, fourth year.

Up to $50 x 2
For highest grade in ACS105 Critical Thinking-Social Science Platform students.

Up to $50 x 2
For highest grade in ACS205 Writing as a Cultural Act-Social Science Platform students.

No Application Required
Maurice Arthur Pope Scholarship in History
Up to $1400
Open to students who are enrolled in the ACS program; must have completed at least four HST-coded (History) courses successfully, be enrolled in the third or fourth year of the ACS program, and be in clear academic standing; must have a minimum A- average both overall and in their History courses.
Contact Arts and Contemporary Studies at 416-979-5105 for procedures and/or applications.

Spirit of ACS Awards
Up to $250
Awarded to one second-year student who displays the ‘spirit of ACS’; for the purpose of this award, a person who displays the ‘spirit of ACS’ is someone who is intensely and personally engaged with ideas, and who consistently displays a commitment to building community and to fostering interpersonal exchange (at any level and in any form).

Up to $250 x 2
Awarded to two third-year students who display the ‘spirit of ACS’; for the purpose of this award, a person who displays the ‘spirit of ACS’ is someone who is intensely and personally engaged with ideas, and who consistently displays a commitment to building community and to fostering interpersonal exchange (at any level and in any form).

Up to $250 x 2
Awarded to two fourth-year students who display the ‘spirit of ACS’; for the purpose of this award, a person who displays the ‘spirit of ACS’ is someone who is intensely and personally engaged with ideas, and who consistently displays a commitment to building community and to fostering interpersonal exchange (at any level and in any form).

 
Doug Webb Award in History
Up to $1350
For a student entering third or fourth year in the ACS program, who has completed at least four HST-coded courses and has displayed academic excellence; must have completed, with a B+ grade minimum, a course in at least one of the following subjects: History of the Third Reich, History of the First World War, History of the Second World War, or History of the American Civil War, must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents, must demonstrate financial need. Applicants should submit a cover letter/statement of interest, resume and list of references, in confidence to the Chair of the Department of History, naming The Doug Webb Award in History and explaining how they meet the Award criteria.
Contact Arts and Contemporary Studies at 416-979-5105 for procedures and/or applications.
Criminology
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Second Chance Award
Awarded to one undergraduate student in the School upon their entrance into the program; or must be a student in good standing currently in the program; must demonstrate a commitment to overcome personal, social, and/or economic disadvantage.

The Second Chance Award Form

Harriet Stairs Award
Up to $1188
Officially enrolled in the Criminology or Social Work undergraduate degree program; entering second, third or fourth year; be enrolled in 3 units or higher per term; officially registered with Academic Accommodation Support; must be an Ontario resident; minimum CGPA 3.00; clear academic standing; demonstrate financial need.
Deadline: September 29, 2017
Harriet Stairs Award Application Form
Zonta Award in Memory of Marlene Simmonds
Up to $3500
Awarded to one female, undergraduate student in the School upon completion of third year of full-time study; must demonstrate an interest in the area of improving the social, economic and legal status of women.
ZONTA Award Form
Geographic Analysis and Environment and Urban Sustainability
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Alumni Award
Up to $200
For contribution to the student body and maintaining a clear academic standing.
Contact the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies at 416-979-5038 for procedures and/or applications.
Best Geographer in Second Year Award
Up to $500
For the outstanding geographer in second year.
No Application Required
Environics Analytics Entrance Scholarships in Geographic Analysis
Up to $2000 x 2
To recognize the academic excellence of two full-time students entering their first year of study in Geographic Analysis BA program; must be enrolled as a full-time student in the first year of study in the Geographic Analysis degree program; must demonstrate solid academic performance with a minimum 80% overall average in the final year of high school.
No Application Required
Environics Analytics Scholarship for Best Performance in Retail Geography
Up to $1000
To recognize academic excellence of one full-time student entering fourth year of study in the Geographic Analysis program with the best overall performance in retail geography; must be enrolled as a full-time student in the fourth year of study in the Geographic Analysis degree program, be in clear academic standing; must demonstrate best overall performance in retail geography.
No Application Required
Environics Analytics Outstanding Achievement Scholarship
Up to $1000

Must be enrolled as a full-time student in the second year of study in the Geographic Analysis degree program, have a clear academic standing; must demonstrate the highest CGPA in first year of study in the program.
No Application Required
Environics Analytics Outstanding Third and Fourth Year Achievement Awards
Up to $1000

Must be enrolled as a full-time student in third year of study in the Geographic Analysis degree program, have a clear academic standing; must demonstrate the most improvement in their yearly CGPA in their previous years of study, from first to second year of study.
Up to $1000
Must be enrolled as a full-time student in fourth year of study in the Geographic Analysis degree program, have a clear academic standing; must demonstrate the most improvement in their yearly CGPA in their previous years of study, from second to third year of study.
No Application Required
Environics Analytics Academic Career Scholarship
Up to $1000

Must be enrolled as a full-time student in Ryerson's Masters of Spatial Analysis program and have a clear academic standing; must demonstrate higher overall CGPA at the end of the fourth year of study in the Geographic Analysis BA program.
No Application Required
Environics Analytics Exemplary Service and Community Award
Up to $1000

Must be enrolled in as a full-time student in the Geographic Analysis BA program and have a clear academic standing; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00; must demonstrate high service activity to the Geography Department, SAGA and/or community that exemplifies good team spirit. Application must include a letter (1-2 pages maximum) describing their high service activity to the Geography Department, SAGA and/or community that exemplifies good team spirit.
Contact the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies at 416-979-5038 for procedures and/or applications.
Federation of Ontario Naturalists Award
Up to $200

For proficiency in Environmental Analysis.
No Application Required
Geographic Analysis Entrance Award (Sponsored by Pitney Bowes MapInfo)
Up to $1000 x 2

For high scholastic achievement.
No Application Required
Geomedia Inc. Scholarship in GIS and Retail Analysis
Up to $1000

To one full-time fourth-year undergraduate student in the Geographic Analysis program with high academic excellence in GIS and retail analysis.
No Application Required
Numeris Scholarship
Up to $1000
To recognize best performance in market research methods of a student entering their fourth year of study in the full-time Geographic Analysis B.A. program.
No Application Required
Outstanding Overall Performance Awards
Up to $1000

To recognize academic excellence in research methods of a student entering their fourth year of study in the Geographic Analysis program.
Up to $100 x 2
For best performance in GEO542 and GEO642.
No Application Required
Outstanding Progress in the Program Awards
Up to $200

For demonstrated outstanding progress in the program.
Up to $500
For demonstrated outstanding progress in the program.
No Application Required
School of Geographic Analysis Bursary
Up to $830
Awarded on the basis of Ontario residency and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies at 416-979-5038 for procedures and/or applications.
Tracy Scott Memorial Award
Up to $1000

Candidates must have completed second year of study in the Geographic Analysis degree program; be enrolled in the third year of study on a full-time basis; have a clear academic standing; must have demonstrated spirit and positive energy and active participation in the student life of the Geographic Analysis program; and must demonstrate community involvement within and/or outside Ryerson.
Contact the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies at 416-979-5038 for procedures and/or applications.
Senior Student Award
Up to $320

To a current fourth-year student who has shown the greatest improvement between first and third year.
No Application Required
Nicholas J. Siller Founder's Award In Applied Geography
Up to $420

For completion of the first year of the program, with a minimum GPA of 3.00, no semester grade less than C+ and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies at 416-979-5038 for procedures and/or applications.
History
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
History of Science and Technology Travel Award
Up to $2500

To be eligible for this award students must be enrolled full-time in the History or Arts and Contemporary Studies program; must have clear academic standing; must have taken at least one course at Ryerson in the history of science, technology and/or medicine with a final mark of B+ or higher (student may be asked to provide a copy of their unofficial Ryerson transcript); must have a valid passport for travel to Turkey so are asked to provide proof of a current passport or the issuance of a passport at the time of application which will be validated by the award administrator.
Contact the Department of History at 416-979-5093
Dale W. Nelson Award
Up to $2000 x 2

To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled full-time at Ryerson in either the History BA program or as a History major in the Arts and Contemporary Studies program, must be registered in an international exchange program authorized by the Department of History, and approved by the Undergraduate Program Director, for a minimum of one academic term abroad, must have a minimum CGPA of 3.33, must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or a protected person; must be an Ontario resident; and must demonstrate financial need.
Contact the Department of History at 416-979-5093
St. George's Society Scholarship in British History
Up to $1000
Awarded to one eligible full-time undergraduate student with the highest academic achievement in one or more Department of History senior level courses in British History in a given academic year; must have clear academic standing

No Application Required

Economics
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Best Performance and Excellence Scholarships
To be eligible students must be enrolled as full-time (minimum 4 billing units) in the BA in International Economics and Finance program or in the BComm in Business Management (Economics and Management Science major) program, have taken a least 8 courses within the Fall and Winter terms and have a minimum year CGPA of 3.67 in their just-completed academic year.
For Best Performance Scholarships students must obtain the highest year CGPA over all courses taken within the Fall and Winter terms in their just-completed academic year.
Remaining students with a minimum year CGPA of 3.67 over all courses taken within the Fall and Winter terms in their just-completed academic year will receive an Excellence Scholarship.

Up to $1500
For best performance in first year in the BA in International Economics and Finance.

Up to $1000
For excellence in first year in the BA International Economics and Finance.

Up to $1500
For best performance in second year in the BA International Economics and Finance.

Up to $1000
For excellence in second year in the BA International Economics and Finance.

Up to $1500
For best performance in third year in the BA International Economics and Finance.

Up to $1000
For excellence in third year in the BA International Economics and Finance.

Up to $1500

For best performance in first year in the BComm in Business Management (Economics and Management Science major).

Up to $1000
For excellence in first year in the BComm in Business Management (Economics and Management Science major).
The two scholarships are based on first year students declaring their EMS major in March on any year.

Up to $1500

For best performance in second year in the BComm in Business Management (Economics and Management Science major).

Up to $1000
For excellence in second year in the BComm in Business Management (Economics and Management Science major).

Up to $1500
For best performance in third year in the BComm in Business Management (Economics and Management Science major).

Up to $1000
For excellence in third year in the BComm in Business Management (Economics and Management Science major).

No Application Required
International Economics and Finance Faculty Award
Up to $1000

For academic excellence and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the Economics Department at 416-979-5000 ext. 6182 for procedures and/or applications.
William Henry Pope International Economics Award and Scholarship
Up to $3500

For academic excellence.
No Application Required
Politics and Governance
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
David Crombie Excellence Award in Politics and Governance
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, must be Ontario resident, must demonstrate financial need, must be enrolled as a full-time student in the final year of the Politics and Governance program and be in clear academic standing having completed 30 credits, must demonstrate academic excellence with a minimum CGPA of 3.67; must demonstrate involvement in extracurricular activities such as community involvement, politics or volunteer work, and must  provide two reference letters from individuals to support the above.
Contact the Department of Politics and Public Administration at 416-979-5000 ext. 7477 for procedures and/or applications.
Hicks Morley Scholarship in Politics and Governance
Up to $1250 x 2

To one full-time third-year undergraduate student in the Politics and Governance program; must have completed their second year in the program and be enrolled in good standing in their third year of study; demonstrate overall excellence in their studies with a CGPA of 3.00 or higher; must submit a cover letter of one to two pages and resume demonstrating why they are an ideal candidate in terms of academic achievements and how they have contributed to their program, to the University and to the community in a broader sense.
Contact the Department of Politics and Public Administration at 416-979-5000 ext. 7477 for procedures and/or applications.
Solly Patel Memorial Entrance Award
Up to $1000 x 2
Available to a first-year student in the full-time Politics and Governance program; students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents; must demonstrate financial need; must have a minimum 80% overall average in final year of high school; must be enrolled in a minimum of 3 courses/billing units in each of their first two semesters of study.
Solly Patel Entrance Award Form
Solly Patel Essay Prize
Up to $150

For the best essay in social or political theory in any Ryerson undergraduate Politics or Public Administration course.
Contact the Department of Politics and Public Administration at 416-979-5000 ext. 7477 for procedures and/or applications.
Psychology
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Psychology Awards
$100 Prizes
Presented to students in each academic year for highest combined academic performance in the psychology required curriculum courses.
No Application Required
William Glassman Prize in Psychology
Each year this prize (a minimum of $500.00) will be awarded to one full-time Psychology student completing his/her third year of study and who meets the criteria and guidelines. Students will typically apply for this award at or near the completion of their third year of study.
Deadline to apply: April 14, 2017.
Contact the Psychology Department at 416-979-5000 ext. 6193 for procedures and/or applications.
Public Administration and Governance
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Caroline Wheeler Award
Up to $250
The Caroline Wheeler Award will be given to a student in the Public Administration and Governance program who best exemplifies the characteristics and attitude of Caroline Wheeler in her role in the Department, namely: contribution to the program, support for fellow students, diligence and commitment to one's studies, and participation in the Ryerson community
Contact the Department of Politics and Public Administration at 416-979-5057 for procedures and/or applications.
David Crombie Achievement Award in Public Administration
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident, be enrolled as a part-time student in the final year of the Public Administration and Governance program and be in clear academic standing having completed 30 credits, and demonstrate academic excellence with a minimum CGPA of 3.33. A completed application must include a personal statement not to exceed 750 words outlining the applicant's interest in the study of public administration and highlighting relevant information such as extracurricular activities, community involvement, or volunteer work.
Contact the Department of Politics and Public Administration at 416-979-5057 for procedures and/or applications.
Gerda Kaegi Award
Up to $250
To recognize a student in the Public Administration and Governance (BA) program who has produced an outstanding final paper in either PPA50A/B (Practicum) or PPA51A/B (Research Paper).
Contact the Department of Politics and Public Administration at 416-979-5057 for procedures and/or applications.
Hans Johanson Memorial Award
Up to $300

For a graduate from the degree program with the highest cumulative grade point average who is not receiving any other award for academic achievement.
No Application Required
Jack Roy Longstaffe Memorial Scholarships
Up to $330 x 3

One award to the graduate of each Level with the highest cumulative grade point average (Level I Certificate; Level II Advanced Certificate; Level III Degree).
No Application Required
Solly Patel Memorial Entrance Award
Up to $1000

Available to a first-year student in the part-time Public Administration and Governance program; students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents; must demonstrate financial need; must have a minimum 80% overall average in final year of high school; must be enrolled in a minimum of 2 courses/billing units in each of their first two semesters of study.
Solly Patel Memorial Entrance Award Form
Solly Patel Essay Prize
Up to $150

For the best essay in social or political theory in any Ryerson undergraduate Politics or Public Administration course.
Contact the Department of Politics and Public Administration at 416-979-5057 for procedures and/or applications.
Sociology
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Audrey Cohn-Sandler Award in Sociology
Up to $500
Awarded to one full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the Sociology program entering their fourth year of study; must have successfully completed all of their required program courses for the first, second and third year of the Sociology curriculum; must have demonstrated excellence in their studies with a CGPA of 3.33 or higher in both the previous fall and winter terms, with a course load of at least four courses in each of these terms; must have a clear academic standing. Applicants must submit a cover letter that describes their commitment to community service and explains how they have demonstrated this commitment in recent years; must submit a letter of reference related to their community service from a Ryerson professor or appropriate staff person or from an external person; must submit a letter of reference regarding their academics from a Ryerson professor.
Contact the Department of Sociology at 416-979-5000 ext. 4753 for procedures and/or applications.

Slobodan Drakulic Memorial Award
Up to $1000
Awarded to one full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the Sociology program completing first or second year of study and be enrolled in the second or third year on on a full-time basis; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate overall excellence in their studies with a CGPA of 3.00 or higher; must demonstrate having overcome significant academic challenges in pursuit of their studies through a marked improvement in grades either between fall and winter term if the student has just completed first year, or between first and second year if the student has just completed second year.

Contact the Department of Sociology at 416-979-5000 ext. 4753 for procedures and/or applications.
Sociology Community Development Award
Up to $1000

The Department of Sociology recognizes the importance of building a lively and vibrant community in order to foster student success and engagement. This award recognizes Sociology students who have been instrumental in developing a sense of community amongst their peers during their time at Ryerson. To be eligible students must be full-time undergraduate students in Ryerson's Sociology program; must have demonstrated a commitment to fostering a sense of community among Sociology program students in the previous academic year; be in clear academic standing, with a minimum CGPA of 2.00; must demonstrate financial need.
Contact the Department of Sociology at 416-979-5000 ext. 4753 for procedures and/or applications.
Fashion
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Adele Turcotte Memorial Award
Up to $5000

One award is available to a first-year student in Fashion Communication or Fashion Design; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, must be an Ontario resident, demonstrate financial need; must be a full-time (4-6 courses) student; in clear academic standing; achieved a minimum 80% average in 6 best Grade 12 U/M courses; and outstanding entrance portfolio.
Adele Turcotte Memorial Award Form
Alfred Sung Award (Sponsored by Mimran Group Inc.)
Up to $500

For excellence in Apparel Design.
Up to $500
For excellence in Apparel Production.
No Application Required
Alice Mitchell Whitley Award
Up to $3500

Awarded to a second, third or fourth year student in the Fashion Design program. Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident, must demonstrate financial need, must be enrolled full-time in second, third or fourth year of the Fashion Design program, must be in clear academic standing; and must submit a list of leadership and service accomplishments in career at Ryerson University.
Alice Mitchell Whitley Award in Apparel Design and Production Form
Allan J. Chindemi Memorial Award
Up to $1200

Presented to a third-year Fashion Design student who has attained the highest academic standing, specializing in menswear and continuing in menswear for their fourth-year collection.
No Application Required

Arthur Lee Family School of Fashion Awards
Up to $2000 x 2

Two awards are available to first-year students in Fashion Communication and Fashion Design; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, must be an Ontario resident, achieved a minimum 80% average in 6 best Grade 12 U/M courses; outstanding entrance portfolio; and must demonstrate financial need.

Arthur Lee Family School of Fashion Award Form
Barbara Turnbull Award
To be eligible student must be enrolled full-time in one of the FCAD (Faculty of Communication and Design) programs and be in clear academic standing. Must submit a 250-500 word essay describing the barriers they experience as a result of their physical disabilities, their efforts to overcome such challenges and examples of personal and academic achievements and successes.
Barbara Turnbull Award Form

Bretton's Designer of the Year Award
Up to $1200

Awarded for excellence in fourth-year design.

No Application Required
Carrie Souter Memorial Award
Up to $1900

To be eligible a student must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, must be an Ontario resident, must demonstrate financial need, must be currently enrolled full-time in the Fashion undergraduate program, be in clear academic standing, and have a minimum CGPA of 3.00. They must demonstrate excellence in design and illustration style in the design created and executed in their apparel design course and illustrated in their visual communication course. The illustration submission may either be new, original work or a completed project from FFC404, FFD414 or FSN700.
Carrie Souter Memorial Award Form
George Alatopolus Award in Fashion for International Exchange
To be eligible students must be accepted to go on international exchange, demonstrate financial need, be enrolled full-time in the Fashion Communication or Fashion Design program, be in clear academic standing and demonstrate overall excellence in their studies with a minimum CGPA of 3.00. Must submit an application letter demonstrating how they and the school would benefit from the exchange.
George Alatopolus Award
Helen and Sulo Hutko Award
Up to $3000 x 6

To be eligible students must be Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident, demonstrate financial need, be enrolled full-time in second, third or fourth year of the Fashion Communication or Fashion Design program, be in clear academic standing, demonstrate overall excellence in their studies with a minimum CGPA of 3.00.  Must submit a written application including their CV. Must submit a 500-word essay describing their extraordinary contribution to the School of Fashion, Ryerson University and the community, or submit a letter of support from a faculty member detailing this contribution.
Helen and Sulo Hutko Award Form
Holt Renfrew James Brandl Award
Up to $1500 

Awarded to a student who is a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; must be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; a full-time student enrolled in the third or fourth year of the Fashion Communication program in the School of Fashion; clear academic standing; must demonstrate their creative potential, outstanding communication skills, and an interest in the retail management sector of the fashion business.
Holt Renfrew James Brandl Award Form
Jocelyn Juriansz Memorial Award
Up to $1000

Awarded to a student in any year of the Fashion Communication program; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; must be an Ontario resident; must demonstrate financial need; must demonstrate in an application letter, their commitment to student life through their volunteer activities and helpful nature.
Jocelyn Juriansz Memorial Award Form
Kate Macdonald Memorial Scholarship
Up to $2000
Awarded to a student who is a a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; must be an Ontario resident; demonstrates financial need; a full-time student enrolled in third year of the Fashion Communication program; must have a clear academic standing; must have a minimum CGPA of 3.50; must demonstrate their past commitment as a volunteer, with a strong indication of their humanitarian interests, and their impact on Fashion journalism and publishing.
Kate Macdonald Memorial Scholarship Form
Lorain Scott Undergraduate Award in Fashion
Up to $1000

Awarded to a student who has taken FCC 32A/B Fashion Promotion and achieved an A- or better grade; be in clear academic standing; demonstrate excellence in event management; submit a CV/Resume; and submit a letter of intent, demonstrating their qualifications in event management and their role in the FFC 32A/B course.
Lorain Scott Undergraduate Award in Fashion
Lindt Award for Excellence in Fashion Design
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, a student must be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or a protected person, must be a full-time program student enrolled in FFD413 in the School of Fashion with a clear academic standing, and must exhibit a high level of design and craftsmanship in an evening wear garment. Must self-nominate or be nominated by faculty or a member of the community.
No Application Required
Mary Louise Macdonald Award
Awarded to a student for excellence in pattern drafting in second year Fashion Design.
No Application Required
NAMSB Foundation, Inc. Jack C. Lebowitz Award for Excellence in Men's Wear Design
Up to $1000

Awarded to a third-year student in the Fashion Design program, who is a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; must be an Ontario resident; demonstrates financial need; must be in clear academic standing with a minimum CGPA of 3.00; must demonstrate interest and commitment in the area of Men's wear.
NAMSB Foundation, Inc. Jack C. Lebowitz Award for Excellence in Men's Wear Design Form
Sandra Haynes Memorial Awards
Up to $400 x 2

Two awards are available to students in any year of the Fashion Communication and Fashion Design programs; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; must be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate overall academic excellence in their studies.
Sandra Haynes Memorial Awards Form
Simon Chang/Phyllis Levine Foundation Award
Up to $1000

Awarded for overall academic proficiency in the design component including sports wear, day wear and evening wear, continuing into fourth year with the highest academic standing in Advanced Fashion Design II.
No Application Required
Telio Scholarship
To be eligible full-time students must be enrolled in fourth year of the Fashion Design program, have created a niche apparel collection that was shown to an industry jury, have established a brand logo and have developed a strategy for distribution/targeting ideal retailers and for marketing a product launch.
Telio Scholarship Form
Theo Cokkinos Memorial Scholarship
Up to $400

For excellence in couture design and techniques.
No Application Required
Victoria Amadio Memorial Scholarship
Up to $2900
Students must score the highest mark for their evening wear collection, produced in their fourth-year of study in the Fashion Design program (collection should exhibit a high level of design and craftsmanship); be in clear academic standing and demonstrate financial need.
No Application Required
Zoe Cokkinos Memorial Award
Awarded to a student for creativity in evening wear design.
No Application Required
Graphic Communications Management
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
R. B. "Tom" Atkins Scholarship
Up to $250
To a full-time student currently enrolled in second year or higher of the program who has a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.33 (B+) and has also been actively involved in at least two areas in the cultural, athletic and/or political life at Ryerson.
Contact the School of Graphic Communications Management at 416-979-5050 for procedures and/or applications.
Mary Black Leadership Awards
Up to $250 x 2

To students who exemplify their leadership skills in coordinating and hosting the annual GCM Colloquium event.
No Application Required
Bowne Award
Up to $600
For demonstrating the most improvement in grades between second and third year.
No Application Required
David & Anna Bulmash Innovation Award for Exchange
Up to $3000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students at Ryerson University in the Graphic Communications Management program and have clear academic standing. Must have been accepted to go on exchange and must have a minimum GPA of 3.00.  Application must include an essay (500-700 words) outlining how they and the School will benefit from the exchange.
Contact the School of Graphic Communications Management at 416-979-5050 for procedures and/or applications.
David & Anna Bulmash Innovation Award in Cross-Media Study
Up to $3000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students enrolled in Graphic Communications Management at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must have a minimum GPA of 2.67. Application must include an essay (250-500 words) on how they have used cross-media applications to reach out to their target audience and also provide evidence on how this was done (digital portfolio).
Contact the School of Graphic Communications Management at 416-979-5050 for procedures and/or applications.
C. J. Graphics Inc. Award
Up to $1000

This award is directed towards a group project; open to students enrolled in third year of the GCM program; have a clear academic standing; must be enrolled in the Special Project GRA634 or other equivalent major research project course; achieved a minimum 3.00 CGPA or higher; must demonstrate benefits of sustainability in the printing industry and must be directly related to eco-sustainability in the graphic communications industry, with a focus on improvements, or on measurability, or on proposed cost savings; must be analytical including sound recommendations; must be a professional well-written report in English; must be concise, easy to read and include an executive summary, introduction, body, conclusion and referencing.
Contact the School of Graphic Communications Management at 416-979-5050 for procedures and/or applications.
CUPMAC (College and University Print Management Association of Canada) Award
Up to $1000

To the student enrolled in the second year of the program with a clear academic standing; attains a minimum 3.00 CGPA; demonstrates financial need; demonstrates overall excellence in their work and have the highest GPA in the Printing Processes I and Printing Processes II courses from the previous academic year.
Contact the School of Graphic Communications Management at 416-979-5050 for procedures and/or applications.
Eclipse Imaging Scholarship
Up to $2500

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students at Ryerson University, have clear academic standing, be a second-year student, enrolled full-time in the School of Graphic Communications Management, and have taken GCM 110 and GCM 111 while in first year.
No Application Required
Francesco Giorgio Memorial Award
Up to $500 x 5

To the fourth-year team who presents the most innovative business plan for a new graphic communications company.
No Application Required
GK TeamwearAward
Up to $500
For the student achieving the highest standing in GRA204 Printing Processes - first year.
No Application Required
Gary Hanna Graphic Communications Award
Up to $2700

To the student enrolled in third or fourth year of the program, with a minimum 3.00 CGPA and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the School of Graphic Communications Management at 416-979-5050 for procedures and/or applications.
Cliff Hawes Memorial Scholarship
Up to $150
To the student best exemplifying Ryerson spirit through scholastic leadership, initiative, and deportment - second year or higher.
Contact the School of Graphic Communications Management at 416-979-5050 for procedures and/or applications.
George Hurley Memorial Award
Up to $1000

To recognize the leadership achievements of a full-time student enrolled in the School of Graphic Communications Management. To be eligible students must be currently enrolled in the fourth year of the Graphic Communications Management program on a full-time basis, have exemplified student leadership within GCM, through an active leadership role in two or more of the following: GCM Course Union, the GCM Peer Buddy Program, an extra-curricular GCM team or club, or GCM School Council, have completed 3rd year with a CGPA of 3.00 or better, and have a clear academic standing.
Contact the School of Graphic Communications Management at 416-979-5050 for procedures and/or applications.
Kempenfelt Graphics Award
Up to $1000
To the third or fourth-years student who excels in variable data technology and cross media; must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00 and a clear academic standing.
No Application Required
Narinder and Deepa Lal Award
Up to $7500

To be eligible for this award, students must: have completed first-year in the GCM program and be currently enrolled on a full-time basis; be in good academic standing; have a minimum GPA of 2.67; have demonstrated financial need.
Contact the School of Graphic Communications Management at 416-979-5050 for procedures and/or applications.
PAC Awards of Excellence
2 x $1500
2 x $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must: have completed first-year in the GCM program and be currently enrolled in second year; be in good academic standing; be current members of PAC (PAC will provide a list of all members for confirmation by the selection committee.)
No Application Required
Schawk Canada Inc. Award
Up to $500

For the student demonstrating the most improvement in grades between first and second year.
No Application Required
William Somerville Memorial Scholarship
Up to $400
To the student who demonstrated excellence in photomechanical and electronic prepress technology (GRA203, GRA423 and GRA633) in the first three years of the program.
No Application Required
Chia Tse Award (Presented by the Toronto Craftsmen Club)
iPod
First place standing in the third year of the program.
No Application Required
Jeff Watson Memorial Award
Up to $400
To the student achieving the highest standing in Management of Advanced Technology (GRA843) in the fourth year of the program.
No Application Required
Image Arts
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Adina Photo Presentation Awards
2 x $500 to a third or fourth-year Photography student
2 awards of 10 16x20 Alpharag white matboards & equal Alpharag backing boards to a third or fourth-year Photography student
For demonstrating an interest in the preservation of photography through attention to the presentation of their work, and maintaining a clear academic standing. Submit two photographs (b/w or colour) of their own choosing, presented in a properly matted format (and unframed). The second may be framed.
No Application Required
Award for Photography and Digital Communication in Honour of Marion Giesler
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered full-time undergraduate students enrolled in Image Arts: Photography Studies at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing, must be a fourth-year photography student, must have a minimum GPA of 3.00.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Roloff Beny Foundation Photography Awards
Up to $5000 x 4 for Exchange Programs
Up to $5000 x 4 for France Study Abroad Program

To be eligible a student must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or a protected person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; be enrolled as an undergraduate or a graduate student in the Photography stream in the School of Image Arts; be in good academic standing; have been accepted either to the France Study Abroad program or on an exchange program through Ryerson University.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Graeme Bird Second-Year Memorial Award in Film
Up to $1000
For students currently enrolled in third year, full-time in the School of Image Arts-Film program; have a clear academic standing, have a minimum CGPA of 2.00; submit up to 10 minutes of film work from their second academic year (must be complete works though can be a single film or several films) on DVD that exemplifies exceptional creative spirit, spark and energy; include a brief description and/or artist's statement (250 word maximum).
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Graeme Bird Third-Year Memorial Award in Film
Up to $1000
For students currently enrolled in fourth year, full-time in the School of Image Arts-Film program; have a clear academic standing, have a minimum CGPA of 2.00; submit up to 10 minutes of film work from their third academic year (must be complete works though can be a single film or several films) on DVD that exemplifies exceptional creative spirit, spark and energy; include a brief description and/or artist's statement (250 word maximum).
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
David & Anna Bulmash Innovation Award
Up to $3000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must be enrolled in MPS42AB (Senior Project). Thesis proposal submitted on time (deadline issued by instructors). Submission of the fourth year senior thesis proposal (submitted as part of MPS42AB).
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Charles Street Video Art Award
Membership and equipment credit
For best all-round video production based on content, production value, technical excellence and creativity.
No Application Required
Ryan Churchill Promising Filmmaker Award
Up to $1000
To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing.  Must have completed third year and be entering fourth year in the Film Studies option in the School of Image Arts at Ryerson University.  For the student who displays the most potential as a director and intends to direct a fourth-year film.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
John deBlois Memorial Award
Up to $440
For academic proficiency and highest overall standing in photographic technology studies during the first three years of the photography studies program.
No Application Required
James Dutton Memorial Award
$1000

To provide financial assistance to a deserving second or third-year Image Arts - Photography student for their best produced digital photographic prints from their current or previous academic year.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
8 Elm Photo Video Award
Photo Video Services
For artistic impression and class participation - second year.
No Application Required
Peter Gerretsen Bursaries
Up to $900 x 3
For demonstrating creativity and potential as evidenced by production work in core professional courses, for academic proficiency and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Robert S. Gooblar Scholarship
Up to $500
For a second-year student who practices photography as an aspiring artist with, outstanding creative potential and technical proficiency.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Harvey Hart Director's Award
Up to $760
For the top fourth-year student who demonstrates talent, leadership, technical skill and an exceptional ability in the field of directing as well as an overall sense of professionalism.
No Application Required
Nick Holeris Memorial Award
Up to $190
To a student who has completed all the screenwriting courses and demonstrated exceptional initiative, creativity and originality in work; must be continuing studies in fourth year.
No Application Required
HSBC Filmmaker Awards

$1000
Awarded to a third-year full-time student in the Film Studies option for Best Script, with clear academic standing while in the third year of the program and continuing into fourth year.

$1000
Awarded to a fourth-year student in the Film Studies option for Best Script, with clear academic standing while in the fourth year of the program.

$1000
Awarded to a fourth-year student in the Film Studies option for Best Film-Producer, with clear academic standing while in the fourth year of the program.

$1000
Awarded to a fourth-year student in the Film Studies option for Best Film-Director, with clear academic standing while in the fourth year of the program.

$1000
Awarded to a fourth-year student in the Film Studies option for Best Scenography-Art Director, with clear academic standing while in the fourth year of the program.

$1000
Awarded to a fourth-year student in the Film Studies option for Best Post-Production (Picture or Sound), with clear academic standing while in the fourth year of the program.

Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Norman Jewison Filmmaker Awards
Up to $1200
For the student who displayed the greatest film abilities in the third year and continues into fourth year.
Up to $2400 x 2
For the best film production in fourth year.
No Application Required
Jack Kuper Film Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be enrolled full-time in third or fourth year in the Film program in the School of Image Arts, have a clear academic standing, and have demonstrated creativity and ingenuity in production or writing courses in second or third year.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Taylor Lobban Memorial Entrance Award
To be eligible for this award students must have accepted an offer of enrolment in first year of the Photography program in the School of Image Arts at Ryerson University, must have a minimum average of 80% in six grade 12 U/M or equivalent courses, and must demonstrate financial need through the submission of a budget form.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Dr. Julius Lukasiewicz Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible a student must: be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; be enrolled full-time in the fourth year of the Image Arts-Photography Studies Option and have clear academic standing; submit a portfolio of photographic work that reflects the unique ability of photography to capture images which normally escape the naked eye, and with the touch of a finger, record beauty as it exists everywhere.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Nadia Marzouca Memorial Bursary
Up to $1000
To be eligible for this bursary, students must be registered as undergraduate students in the School of Image Arts at Ryerson University, have a clear academic standing, must be female, and must demonstrate financial need.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Ronald W. Mason Memorial Bursary
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this bursary students must be enrolled full-time in the School of Image Arts, must have a clear academic standing and must demonstrate financial need.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Natalie McDonald Award
Up to $3000

To a female filmmaker who shows courage and remarkable innovation in her work and who makes astonishing images and stories that sparkle.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Roger McTair Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must identify as black. Be registered as an undergraduate or graduate full-time student at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be enrolled as an undergraduate in the School of Image Arts Film Program, or if no undergraduate student is chosen, a graduate student in the Documentary Media, MFA program may be considered. Must submit written statement - Artist's statement or description of their film work (250 word maximum) and to showcase their exceptional creative spirit.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Karen Miller-Tait Memorial Award
Up to $500
For outstanding creative design production.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Monaco Calibration Systems Award
Up to $500
For outstanding creativity, technical proficiency and a good ability to handle visual problems in intermediate and larger formats.
No Application Required
Ike Morgulis First Year Proficiency Award
Up to $200
For highest aggregate standing in design, technology and production courses - first year Photography.
No Application Required
Irving A. Posluns Scholarship
Up to $1000
For a third or fourth-year student in the Photography stream, with a clear academic standing; based on a submission of a portfolio of their work focused on portraiture.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Elvino Sauro Film Award
Up to $1000
To a deserving fourth-year Ontario student in meeting the costs of capturing and/or finishing his or her production on cinematographic film; must be enrolled in a full course load in fourth year of the Film Program and be in clear academic standing; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need..
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Paul Semple Memorial Award
Up to $590
For demonstration of creativity and potential as evidenced by production work in core professional courses, academic proficiency and financial need.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
SF First-Year Award in Photography
Value to be determined.

To provide financial assistance to a deserving first-year Image Arts-Photography student for their best photographic work from their first academic year. To be eligible students must: demonstrate financial need, be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident, be enrolled full-time in the second year of the Image Arts-Photography Studies Option, have a clear academic standing, submit a portfolio of photographic work from their first academic year.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
SF Second-Year Award in Photography
Value to be determined.

To provide financial assistance to a deserving second-year Image Arts-Photography student for their best photographic work produced in their second academic year. To be eligible students must: demonstrate financial need, be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident, be enrolled full-time in the third year of the Image Arts-Photography Studies Option, have a clear academic standing, submit their best produced photographic work from their second academic year and include a brief description and/or artist's statement.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
SF Third-Year Award in Photography
Value to be determined.

To provide financial assistance to a deserving third-year Image Arts-Photography student to be used towards the production of their thesis project in the final year of the program. To be eligible students must: demonstrate financial need, be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident, be enrolled full-time in the fourth year of the Image Arts-Photography Studies Option, have a clear academic standing, submit a written proposal and budget outlining the work (thesis project) they wish to undertake in their final year, submit a portfolio of work in an appropriate digital format with an artist statement.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
SF Fourth-Year Award in Photography
Value to be determined.

To provide financial assistance to a deserving fourth-year Image Arts-Photography student to be used towards the costs of mounting a solo exhibition. To be eligible students must: demonstrate financial need, be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident, have completed their fourth year of the full-time Image Arts-Photography Studies Option at the time of application with a clear academic standing, submit an exhibition proposal comprised of a portfolio of work in an appropriate digital format and artist statement, submit a letter of support from a gallery either on campus or from outside the University.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Sympatico New Media Award
Up to $5000 x 1
Up to $3000 x 1
Up to $2000 x 1

Open to fourth-year students in the New Media program; in clear academic standing; demonstrate overall excellence in their academic and creative work; demonstrate exceptional creativity, technical proficiency; demonstrate overall excellence in core production studies while in the third year of the New Media program and continue on to fourth year with a CGPA of 3.00 or higher.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Howard Tanenbaum Award of Excellence
To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate degree program in the School of Image Arts, be a third or fourth-year student in clear academic standing, and be the top student in the historical processes elective and/or a student who demonstrates the use of historical processes in his/her senior project.
No Application Required
Technicolor Award In Cinematography
2500 feet of free laboratory of 16mm negative and work print or equal $ value in video services
For outstanding creative design production; currently registered in fourth year of the new Media/Film program.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Trinity Square Video Award
One-Year Membership to Trinity Square Video
Based on a video submission that conveys a message of social significance which advances the understanding of an audience about a particular community or issue.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Universal Studios Canada Scholarships in Filmmaking
Up to $2000 x 4

For the best overall film production and highest overall academic achievement.
No Application Required
William F. White International Equipment Awards
Equipment rental credit
For full-time students in the fourth year of the Film Studies Option who are producers or producers/directors of fourth year film production projects. The Director of Photography or Cinematographer must have taken and passed all professional craft electives in Cinematography that were conducted in 2nd or 3rd years. Award proposals for the film projects submitted for evaluation will be assessed for quality, feasibility, creativity and the ability of the producer to carry out the film requirements.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Edie Yolles Award
Up to $2200

Open to students in the Film or New Media streams, in clear academic standing, have demonstrated both technical and creative proficiency, demonstrated financial need and have been residents of Ontario for a period of 12 months.
Contact the School of Image Arts at 416-979-5000 ext. 6847 for procedures and/or applications.
Interior Design
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Brigholme Award
Up to $1000 x 2

To the fourth-year student who best demonstrates an understanding of significant 'work culture' in the workplace. Eligible students must be registered full-time in Interior Design, have a minimum CGPA of 2.00, be in clear academic standing, and submit their work along with a one-page brief outlining how they feel their project best exemplifies an understanding of 'work culture'.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Alan Fairbrass Memorial Award
Up to $300
To a graduating student who has shown demonstrated a strong interest in Retail Design and has a minimum CGPA of 3.00.
No Application Required
Forrec Award in Interior Design
Up to $2000

To be eligible for this award a student must have completed third year and be enrolled on a full-time basis in the School of Interior Design, must have a minimum CGPA of 2.50, and must be in good academic standing. Students must submit an application form along with a portfolio of their work for review by the Selection Committee. The Committee will assess excellence in creativity and innovation in the applicant's design projects, the ability to create big ideas and develop them into a more detailed design, and strong graphic presentation skills.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Haworth Innovation in Design Award
Up to $1000
To the student whose project has shown the greatest degree of innovative thought; open to students registered full-time in Interior Design, have a minimum CGPA of 2.00, be in clear academic standing; must submit their work along with a one-page brief outlining how they feel their project best demonstrates innovative thought.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Haworth Organic Workspace Award
Up to $1000

To the student whose design factors in an integrated, sustainable workspace that can adapt to the evolving business needs of clients; open to students registered full-time in third or fourth year of Interior Design, have a minimum CGPA of 2.00, be in clear academic standing; must submit their office project work with a one-page brief outlining why they feel their project is eligible for the award.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Interior Design Alumni Association Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student in the Interior Design program and have a clear academic standing. A completed application must include an application submitted through any medium outlining their commitment to the Interior Design field and how they would spend the award to further their education/career in the Interior Design field.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Wayne Kelusky HOK Bursary
Up to $1500

To be eligible for this bursary, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must demonstrate financial need, as determined by Ryerson University, through submission of a student budget form, and must be enrolled in the School of Interior Design.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Ann Le Ber Travel Awards
Award value varies from $1000 to $3000

These awards will provide exceptional student experiences, supporting students who wish to undertake study abroad in the School of Interior Design. To be eligible students must registered as full-time undergraduate students in the School of Interior Design at Ryerson University, must have clear academic standing, must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00, and must be enrolled in an eligible program of travel. This includes study abroad courses, exchanges, and independent proposals that meet the School's academic standards.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Michael McCann Illustration Award
Up to $1000
To recognize and reward a student who has skill and aptitude for interior illustrations and an understanding of how illustration is purposefully used to comprehensively communicate information about form, volume and spatial quality of a specifically designed space; must be in clear academic standing; be entering third or fourth year of full-time studies in Interior Design; must submit a portfolio of 3 original hand renderings for review. Illustrations must demonstrate quality, progressive growth in the work and knowledge of the application of technique.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Simantha McGugan Memorial Award
Up to $480
To the second-year student who has high standing in all professionally-related subjects during first year and first term of second year and demonstrated involvement in events that benefit the student body socially and professionally.
No Application Required
Herman Miller Award for Most Improved Student
Up to $1000
To recognize a full-time student entering fourth year who shows the greatest improvement in GPA at the end of the third year compared to the end of the first year; clear academic standing.
No Application Required
Susan Mole DIALOG Award
Up to $1500

To be eligible for this award, a student must be enrolled on a full-time basis in the School of Interior Design, must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00 at the end of the fall term in third year, and must be nominated by a faculty member from the School of Interior Design through a submission of a nomination form that will highlight the student's academic and design strengths that merit consideration. Nominees will be asked to submit a portfolio of design work either completed during their undergraduate program, or related to their RSID program.
No Application Required
NEWH Award
Up to $1000

Eligible students must: demonstrate financial need, be enrolled full-time in Interior Design, have a minimum CGPA of 2.00, be in clear academic standing, demonstrate excellence in the third-year hospitality project, demonstrate an interest in the hospitality industry through the submission of a one-page brief.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Nienkamper Scholarship for Design
Up to $3000

To be eligible for this award students must: be a Canadian student currently enrolled in the third year of the Interior Design program on a full-time basis; submit a detailed 750 word proposal describing interest and objectives; have confirmation of an offer from an office of interior, architectural, industrial or set design or another related area. The internship must be completed under the supervision of a registered professional in the related discipline.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
PARA Paints Award
Up to $1000
To recognize an incoming student whose portfolio demonstrates the greatest potential for success in the Interior Design program.
No Application Required
Powell & Bonnell Award for Excellence in Interior Design
Up to $2500
Awarded to a student enrolled in second year in the School of Interior Design who has demonstrated significant creative talent, commitment and accomplishment in their residential design projects; min GPA 2.67; demonstrate financial need.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Peter Rice Tribute Travelling Award
Up to $1700
Students must be registered full-time in the School of Interior Design; completing third year at the time of application; must be in good academic standing; minimum CGPA of 2.50 or better at the end of the current winter semester; award must be used for travelling for educational reasons; travel must take place in the summer before the next academic year.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
School of Interior Design 4th-Year Innovation Award
Up to $1700
For demonstrating the most innovation and creative thinking in a 4th-year Interior Design project; must be in good academic standing; must complete their 4th-year Interior Design project and have their project exhibited for judging at the year-end show.
No Application Required
Dean Shalden Memorial Award
Up to $1700
For demonstrating creative ability in the sympathetic and appropriate use of materials, furniture and finishes in their interior design projects.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Steelcase Canada Sustainable Design Award
Up to $3000

Awarded to the student who best demonstrates an awareness of socially responsible design and is able to reflect the consideration of human, economic, environmental and ethical factors within their work creative workplace solutions.
No Application Required
B. H. Stromquist Award
Up to $500

Awarded to the student who has achieved high standing in the professionally-related subjects over the last two years.
No Application Required
Watt International Award for Retail Design
Up to $1000

To recognize and reward a second-year student whose retail project demonstrates a holistic approach to the design solution, involving design program planning, strategic thinking and innovation; must have completed their second year and be in clear academic standing.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Whalen Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible, students must have completed third year and be enrolled on a full-time basis in the School of Interior Design; submit an application including final grades for all Art & Design History courses taken in first, second and third year, including their numerical equivalents. Transfer credits will not be eligible.
Contact the School of Interior Design at 416-979-5000 ext. 6923 for procedures and/or applications.
Kelly Wright Memorial Award
Book Gift Certificate
To the second-year student who best exemplifies qualities of devotion, determination and hard work.
No Application Required
Yabu Pushelberg Thesis Scholarship
Up to $6000

To recognize an outstanding fourth-year Interior Design student whose thesis proposal articulates the intention to conduct research in the field of Interior Design and/or a proposal to develop solutions for the microenvironment that will add to the body of knowledge and advance the profession of Interior Design.
No Application Required
Journalism
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Mark Bastien Memorial Award
Up to $500

To the graduating student who is deemed to have written the best published magazine story in the final year.
No Application Required
Del Bell Memorial Award
Up to $790
For overall academic proficiency in the first year of the four-year program with a demonstrated flair for news and feature writing and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Bryan Cantley Memorial Award
Up to $500

Open to full-time undergraduate students in the Journalism program who have a clear academic standing, have a minimum CPGA of 2.00, and must be nominated by a faculty member based on demonstrated involvement in the journalism community at Ryerson or at large.
No Application Required
James H. Carter Memorial Scholarship
Up to $1000 x 3
For highest CGPA by a graduating student in the two-year program.
No Application Required
Floyd Chalmers Prize for Excellence in Business Journalism
Up to $2500
To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must be enrolled in any year of either the undergraduate or graduate journalism program. Must submit a business journalism piece that demonstrates deep research, creative presentation and quality of reporting. It can be in different forms, including, but not limited to, online, broadcast, print, or magazine. Submit a 250-500 word personal reflection about how you were inspired by the idea of your story, the challenges you faced and what you might do differently next time.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Chinese Canadian Community Scholarship
Up to $170
For high academic standing throughout the program.
No Application Required
CNW Group Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students in the School of Journalism at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be finishing fourth year in the School of Journalism. Submit a letter (250 words max) outlining how they have changed and improved over their time at Ryerson with a demonstrated interest in reporting the news. (Optional) submit a reference letter detailing how they have improved as a news reporter.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Len Coates Memorial Award

Up to $2000 x 2
To the most promising journalism student in first year.

Up to $2000 x 2
To the most promising journalism student in second year.

Up to $2000 x 2
To the most promising journalism student in third year.

Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Donner Canadian Foundation Howard Intrator Memorial Scholarship
Up to $2200 X 2

Open to students entering their third or fourth year of the undergraduate Journalism program with a Newspaper or Magazine major; who have maintained a minimum CGPA of 2.50. The award will recognize the outstanding business writing accomplishment of a student. Based on a submission of their best example of business news or business feature article.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Eyeopener - Jay Sussman Memorial Award
Up to $500

To the Journalism student who demonstrates excellence in political studies and journalism.
 
Gordon Froggatt Memorial Award
Up to $160

For the student who is deemed to have shown the most promising newsroom leadership in the graduating year.
No Application Required
Wilf Gruson Memorial Award
Up to $350

For proficiency in newspaper editing in third year.
No Application Required
John A. Honderich Bursary in Journalism
Up t o$2000
Awarded annually to a student entering or enrolled in Ryerson's Journalism program who faces substantial financial need and is in good academic standing.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
John A. Honderich Gold Medal in Journalism
Gold Medal

Awarded annually to the outstanding graduate student in the graduating class of Ryerson's Journalism program.
No Application Required
Myron J. Johnson Prize for Accuracy
Up to $85

To the student in the first year of the four-year program who has achieved the highest standing in Information and Visual Resources.
No Application Required
Jeff Junke Memorial Award for Excellence in Radio Journalism
Up to $125

For excellence in radio broadcasting in the final year.
No Application Required
Catherine Keachie Magazine Journalism Scholarship
Up to $2000

For overall excellence in magazine skills, including a demonstrated commitment to the crafts of editing and writing in the graduating year.
No Application Required
Caren King Scholarship
Up to $280 x 4
Open to students in their graduating fourth-year of the Bachelor of Magazine Journalism program, in clear academic standing, have demonstrated talent and skill in the business aspects of magazine journalism, and submit with their team a superior magazine prospectus.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Lauder Internship Award
Up to $1500

Open to full-time students in clear academic standing, enrolled in the undergraduate internship course and approved for an out-of-town placement; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate academic and professional merit in composition of the application letter and resume.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Linda Lewis Award for an Emerging Leader
Up to $1800

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Journalism at Ryerson University, have a clear academic standing, and have a minimum CGPA of 3.50. Must submit a 500 word essay describing how he/she has demonstrated leadership in school and/or journalist activities outside of the classroom, and a 250 word supporting reference letter from an instructor or supervisor.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Rolf Lockwood Scholarship
Up to $1000

Open to a student who has clear academic standing, a minimum GPA of 3.00 and has written and submitted the best example of a magazine article focusing on business journalism over the previous year.
No Application Required
Dick Lunn Memorial Award
Up to $390

To the graduating student who has made the most significant contribution to The Ryersonian.
No Application Required
Ross and Don McLean Memorial Award
Up to $400

The Ross and Don McLean Memorial Award is named in honour of two brothers who in their lives greatly affected the television production industry. This award recognizes a group of graduating broadcast students who prepared the most outstanding feature documentary as part of their broadcast reporting class.
No Application Required
Betty Michalyshyn Memorial Scholarship
Value to be determined.
For outstanding academic achievement in cultural journalism or critical writing on the arts, as demonstrated in course work, published writing and/or broadcast material by a full-time student enrolled in the School of Journalism.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Juanita Millesse Memorial Award
Up to $260
To a student demonstrating academic proficiency in first year and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
William H. Olive Award for Excellence in Magazine Feature Writing
Up to $300

For demonstrated excellence in magazine feature writing in the graduating year.
No Application Required
Joe Perlove Scholarship
Up to $220

To the student deemed to be the best journalist in the graduating year.
No Application Required
Rebel With A Cause Award
Up to $1000
To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be enrolled in the Journalism school.  Been accepted to study abroad for a semester (fall or winter). Must submit an essay describing their passion for offbeat, irreverent and eclectic approaches to journalism. Instead of a traditional essay, students may submit a 3-5 minute video or photographic essay.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Seymour Schulich Undergraduate Awards in Financial Journalism
Up to $20,000 x 2

Open to full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Journalism program, commencing their fourth year of study in the coming year; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00 at the end of third year and a clear academic standing; demonstrate eligibility as determined by Ryerson University through submission of an application package, which includes a letter of application outlining the student's interest and experience in financial journalism, and two or three samples of work in the area of finance, economics and/or business journalism (may include course work).
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Linda Shutt Memorial Scholarship
Up to $375 x 2

For demonstration of maturity, initiative and determination in reporting a story in the third year of the newspaper stream and attaining a minimum CGPA of 3.00 at the completion of third year.
No Application Required
Wanda Stankiewicz Memorial Scholarship
Up to $485

To the student who wrote extensively on women's issues.
No Application Required
David Tafler Scholarship for Excellence in Magazine Journalism
Up to $2500

For the student in the graduating year of the program in the Magazine stream who has demonstrated outstanding leadership skills; academic excellence; a passion and dedication for the craft of magazine journalism and who is respected by their peers.
No Application Required
A. O. Tate Memorial Award (Presented by the Southern Ontario Newspaper Guild)
Up to $750

For excellence in reporting in the first year of the program.
No Application Required
Thomson Reuters Award
Up to $1000 x 3

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as second-year undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Journalism at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00 from first year. Students must submit their best reporting piece from any of the first-year reporting classes.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Toronto Hong Kong Lions Club Entrance Scholarship
Up to $1500

For demonstrated academic proficiency by a student entering first year.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Toronto Star Award
Up to $1000
To be eligible for this award a student must be registered as an undergraduate student at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be registered as a fourth-year student in the School of Journalism. A completed application must include: a piece of investigative journalism in any medium, on any platform, produced during the student's third year of study, and a letter (250 words max) outlining the greatest challenge the student faced in reporting this story.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Ann and Dean Tudor Award for Highest Standing in News
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be enrolled in fourth year. Have a minimum CGPA of 3.50 in their third year. Be enrolled in the current academic year in JRN 910 (The Ryersonian).
No Application Required
Jean Pasquantonio Tudor Memorial Newspaper Journalism Award
Up to $1000

As the student entering the third-year newspaper stream with the highest CGPA in second year.
No Application Required
Albert E. Wadham Memorial Awards
Up to $600 x 2
To two students entering their third year with the highest academic standing among those majoring in magazine journalism and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the School of Journalism at 416-979-5319 for procedures and/or applications.
Loretta H. Yaskiel Memorial Award
Up to $1000
To a full-time undergraduate student enrolled in second, third or fourth year who is in clear academic standing and has demonstrated excellence in court reporting or writing on legal or justice issues.
No Application Required
Performance
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Raymond Clarke Award
Up to $500

Awarded to Theatre school graduates for the purpose of advanced training at the Theatre School.
No Application Required
Stephen Franklin Award, of the Charlie and Lulu Franklin Fund
Up to $1000 x 2
For demonstration of leadership, talent and contribution to the Theatre School in the first three years of the program and a minimum B average in Acting or Production program.
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
Pamela Hackett Award for Excellence in Dance
Up to $2000

To be eligible for this award students must be registered as undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must be enrolled full-time in the Dance program, be female, and be a second, third or fourth year student at the time of nomination.
No Application Required
Edna Khubyar Acting Award
Up to $500 x 2
As a full-time third-year Acting student with a minimum CGPA of 3.00, a demonstrated passion for acting and excellent potential to work in the profession.
No Application Required
Lipson Family Endowment Award for an Emerging Choreographer
Up to $1750

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be enrolled in the School of Performance, Dance program as a fourth year student. Have completed Choreographic Works.
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
Harry and Jean Malabar Costume Award
Up to $1100
For demonstrating a high level of competence, motivation and commitment to design and construction of theatrical costumes.
No Application Required
Jack McAllister Award
Up to $1700
To a graduate with proven ability in the profession of Theatre or Dance.
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
Des McAnuff Award
Up to $7000

Eligible students must be registered full-time in second or third year of undergraduate study at the Ryerson Theatre School; have a minimum CGPA of 2.00 and be in clear academic standing; must demonstrate an exemplary aptitude in any of three disciplines: contemporary drama, music/musical theatre, or classical performance. Application consists of a nomination statement from a faculty member not to exceed 500 words outlining why the candidate should receive the award, including how the student's accomplishments position them for success in their chosen discipline.
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
Meadowvale Theatre Award
Up to $500
For a combination of academic achievement and dedication; recipient must reside in Mississauga for at least three years and have a min CGPA of 3.00.
No Application Required
Tanit Mendes Memorial Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, must be a full-time undergraduate student in the third or fourth year of the Theatre School's Performance Production program, and have exemplified creativity, a hardworking and positive attitude, and discipline in their pursuit and improvement of new skills.
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
George Merner Award For Excellence In Speech
Up to $130
For academic proficiency and demonstrated excellence in articulation and enunciation while maintaining the interpretive aspect of any spoken communication.
No Application Required
Kenny Pearl Award
Up to $300 x 2

For fourth-year dance students who demonstrate exceptional choreography.
No Application Required
Nadia Potts Heart and Soul Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be a full-time undergraduate student in the fourth year of the Theatre School's Dance program, and must have exemplified "heart and soul" in their work in the third year of the Dance program.
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
Laura Press Memorial Scholarship
Up to $1000

Students must be in clear academic standing, with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 and have demonstrated skill and enthusiasm for acting
No Application Required
Ryerson General Scholarships (Dance Awards)
Up to $200 x 4
Awards of Merit - awarded for dedication, passion and hard work.
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
Gladys Shibley Mitchell Memorial Award
Up to $800 x 2
For academic proficiency and exceptional ability in and dedication to the performing arts.
No Application Required
Louis Taube Memorial Award
Up to $1000

Enrolled in either third or fourth year of the Acting program; have a clear academic standing; demonstrate in an application, a combination of commitment, determination, integrity and passion for their craft.
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
T.H.E.A.T.R.E. Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be a full-time undergraduate student in the third year of the Theatre School's Performance Production program, and must have exemplified dedication, passion and a no-nonsense "make-it-go" attitude in their contribution to productions at the School.
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
Theatre Awards (Academic Achievement Awards)
Up to $250 x 10

For students with the highest CGPA in second, third and fourth year in each program.
No Application Required
Theatre Awards (Dance Awards)
Up to $150 x 3

In recognition of dedication, passion, attitude and hard work.
No Application Required
Theatre Dance Program Awards (Dance Theatre Awards)
Up to $100 x 3

In recognition of commitment, hard work and attitude.
No Application Required
Theatre School Bursaries
Amount awarded varies annually.

Criteria is at the discretion of the School
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
Toronto Workshop Productions - George Luscombe Award
Up to $1100
For general academic proficiency and contributed service to the Theatre School and exemplification of the spirit of Toronto Workshop Productions through artistic innovation and imagination and social awareness
No Application Required
Colm Wilkinson Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students in the Theatre Program at Ryerson University, must have a clear academic standing, and must have a minimum CGPA of 2.00. Must submit a nomination statement from a faculty member (max 500 words) outlining why the candidate should receive the award, including how the student's accomplishments position them for success in musical theatre and demonstrates an exemplary aptitude in musical theatre.
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
J. Wylie Award for Excellence in Theatre Production
Up to $2000

To be eligible for this award, students must have completed second or third year of the Production program in the Ryerson Theatre School and be enrolled on a full-time basis with a clear academic standing; must have demonstrated financial need through submission of a detailed budget form; and must submit a 500-word essay outlining their ambitions in the theatre production field.
Contact the Theatre School at 416-979-5125 for procedures and/or applications.
RTA School of Media
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Lori Beckstead Award for Community Development
Up to $1000
To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students in the RTA School of Media at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must be undertaking a volunteer trip for the purpose of international/community development in a developing country or community. Submit a 500 word essay outlining the goals/intended outcomes of the trip and why this is important to the applicant. Recipients will be asked to submit a short report on their return, outlining the impact the trip has had on them. Demonstrate financial need as determined by Ryerson University through the completion of a budget form.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Best Documentary Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate degree program in the RTA School of Media, be in clear academic standing, and must successfully complete the Documentary Production class.
No Application Required
Spencer Caldwell Memorial Scholarships
Up to $1250
To a graduating RTA student demonstrating entrepreneurial spirit and activity in some aspect of broadcasting. Candidates for this scholarship should have been operating a business service for enough time to have a client base. The business/service should be a true demonstration of your entrepreneurial skills. It cannot be part of a school project.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Canadian Association of Broadcast Representatives Award
Up to $2000

To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled as a full-time student in the RTA School of Media Sport Media Program and must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00. Student must write a 500 word essay demonstrating enthusiasm and a passion for the Sport Media program and an interest in pursuing a career in marketing or sales.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
CHEX Television Award
Up to $250

For special proficiency in announcing during the first year of the program.
No Application Required
Fairchild Public Affairs Award
Up to $3000

Fairchild Radio wishes to encourage the development of multicultural awareness and understanding amongst individuals entering the broadcasting industry through the establishment of this special scholarship program; must enrolled in the third or fourth year of the program; have a clear academic standing; minimum CGPA of 2.50 or better. Application must include a taped radio program that must have a special focus on Ethnic, Social or Political issues.
Contact the RTA School of Mediaat 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Fairchild Scholarships
Up to $3750 x 2
Fairchild Radio wishes to encourage the development of multicultural awareness and understanding among individuals entering the broadcasting industry through the establishment of this special scholarship program; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; must be enrolled in second, third or fourth year of the program; have a clear academic standing; minimum CGPA of 2.50 or better; must demonstrate multicultural awareness and understanding through an audio production piece that has been produced as part of a course curriculum.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Wilf Fielding Memorial Award in Live Special Events Production
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be in second, third or fourth year of the RTA School of Media, must achieve a GPA of 3.00 or higher, must submit proof of work executed in or about to be executed in their undergraduate years (example: video production) demonstrating their ability, initiative and desire to manage the production of multi-faceted live events, and must submit a 500 word essay discussing this work and/or interest in live special events production.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
FLOW 93.5 FM Milestone Award
Up to $2600

This scholarship is designed to recognize a visible minority student who has demonstrated outstanding creativity in Audio/Radio journalism or music production; officially registered in second or third year; minimum CGPA of 2.80 or better and in clear academic standing; must exhibit significant community involvement.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Joana Fraser Award
Up to $290
This award is in honour of Joana Fraser, a second-year RTA student who died of cancer in April 1994. This award reflects both Joana's creativity and unflinching determination to face what life dealt her.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Alison Gordon Memorial Award in Sport Journalism
Up to $1000
To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students in second, third or fourth year of the Sport Media Program in the RTA School of Media at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Have produced the best written sports feature. Preference will be offered to female students. A sample of the student's best written work produced in years two, three or fourth of the program will considered, all sports feature work is admissable. The work of the award winner may be adapted for broadcast on Spiritlive radio or RUTV.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
William Harding Memorial Award (Presented by Domino Theatre Incorporated)
Up to $200

To the advanced media writing student who demonstrated outstanding ability in the writing of dramatic dialogue within the context of a film or TV script.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Marci Ien and Dwight Drummond Award
Up to $1000 x 2

To be eligible for this award, students must have completed first year and be enrolled on a full-time basis in the RTA School of Media. Must submit a 500-word essay outlining their experience in overcoming adversity coming from underrepresented and marginalized communities seeking equity (this includes, but is not restricted to women, racialized communities, people with disabilities and aboriginal peoples). Applicants will include a letter of support describing their potential in the field. Letters may be from a member of the Ryerson community or someone external (e.g., high school guidance counsellor, coach).
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Matt Jesson Award
Up to $1450

The award recognizes audio production excellence and creativity in a production by a third-year student. The award honours the memory of the late Matt Jesson, a 1992 graduate of Ryerson's RTA School of Media.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Ross Lewchuk Memorial Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award students must have a clear academic standing with a GPA of 2.50 or higher, be enrolled as full-time undergraduate student in the RTA School of Media; demonstrate overall excellence in their academic and creative work, and have the highest GPA average in BDC988 (Television Editing Specialty); application must include a video sample(s) of work/project(s) completed in BDC988.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Stuart and Pat MacKay "Good Citizenship" Award
Up to $750
To the student who has displayed significant volunteerism, or made a significant contribution to the betterment of the Ryerson or RTA community.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Krista Maeots Award
Up to $290
For proficiency in radio broadcasting/broadcast journalism.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Don Marren Memorial Award
Up to $3000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Have a minimum CGPA of 3.00. Be enrolled as a third or fourth year student in the RTA program. Must submit a 500-750 word critique - critique can range from feature film to live broadcast to installation.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Scott Moore Award in Sport Media
Up to $5000
To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students in the Sport Media Program at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Students must have a history of involvement in team sports. Preference will be given to students from racialized communities.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Newfoundland Broadcasting Company Limited Award
Up to $300
To the graduating student demonstrating the most proficiency and creativity using significant content through the TV media.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
ORT Micki Moore Project Award
Up to $1000

Student must demonstrate financial need; be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; be an Ontario resident; be currently enrolled full-time in the fourth year of the RTA undergraduate degree program; be in clear academic standing; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00; submit a two-page written proposal and budget outlining the work (production practicum) they wish to undertake in their final year.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Syd Perlmutter Entrance Award
For students entering their first year in the RTA program; must be a current full-time (2011-12) secondary school student within Canada; must demonstrate how they believe their role in media can make a difference within the community and society; must demonstrate financial need.
Syd Perlmutter Entrance Award Formpdf
Justin Poy Agency Award
Open to third and fourth year students who have demonstrated production excellence in a radio, television, web or digital piece that helps to educate their peers and audiences about overcoming personal challenges. The submission can be based on the general concept of overcoming personal challenges and need not be specific to the applicant's challenges.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Matthew Pryshlak Memorial Award
Up to $500

Mrs. Pryshlak and her family have donated toward the Matthew Pryshlak Memorial Award in the RTA School of Media. The award recognizes Matthew Pryshlak, an alumnus of RTA and an individual who spent much of his working life devoted to the television industry. The award is available to a third-year student enrolled in RTA with a course focus on Television, who is in clear academic standing and has demonstrated financial need.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Charles and Marion Recupero Sport Media Documentary Award
Up to $1000
To be eligible for this award students must be registered as undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be enrolled in the second, third, or fourth year of the Sport Media program. Have a minimum CGPA of 3.33. Must submit a documentary.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Rho Alpha Kappa Alumni Association Awad
Up to $1600
Open to a full-time student registered in second or third year of the RTA program; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; must be an Ontario resident; must demonstrate financial need; must demonstrate academic proficiency with a CGPA of 3.00 or higher and has made a significant contribution to the sense of of the RTA community.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Bill Roberts Award of Excellence
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be a student of the RTA School of Media, must achieve a GPA of 3.00 or higher, must demonstrate an interest in the study of ethics or spirituality or faith in media, or demonstrate an interest in the impact of ethics or spirituality or faith in media. Students will submit a 500 word essay about the relevance of ethics, spirituality, and/or faith in media.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Ross Video Scholarships
Up to $1000 x 5

To the students with the top five CGPA's at the end of third year.
No Application Required
Sony of Canada Charitable Foundation Scholarship
Up to $1500

Open to students currently enrolled in third year as full-time students in the School of Radio and Television Arts program and have a clear academic standing; must have the highest CGPA at the end of the second year.
No Application Required
Sportsnet Award for Best Live Coverage Production
1 annual team award of $5000
To be first presented in 2017-18.

To recognize the team of third-year students in Sport Media who create the best live coverage production. To be eligible for this award students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students enrolled in the Sports Media Program in the RTA School of Media at Ryerson University, have clear academic standing, and successfully complete and submit a third-year Live Coverage production.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Sportsnet Scholarship
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this scholarship students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students enrolled in the Sports Media program in the RTA School of Media at Ryerson University and have a clear academic standing. Scholarship will be awarded to the student with the highest CGPA.
No Application Required
Ernest O. Swan Memorial Scholarship
Up to $650

For demonstrating the most complete understanding and creative application of technology in the senior audio courses.
No Application Required
Phyllis Switzer/CTV Broadcast Management Award
Up to $2600
This endowed award has been established by the CTV Television Network to recognize a graduating student or a student who has recently graduated from the RTA School of Media who wishes to pursue graduate level studies.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Phyllis Switzer Memorial Award
Up to $2300
To a student entering the first year of the program full time; academic proficiency; proven management and leadership skills in human resources management, through volunteer teamwork/student council work/community involvement; demonstrated financial need; and other factors.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
TSN Sports Feature Production Award
Up to $1000 x 2

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students in second or third year in the Sport Media program at Ryerson University, have a clear academic standing, have a minimum CGPA of 3.00, and must submit a 500-word feature proposal based on an outline provided annually by TSN.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Weather Network Scholarship
Up to $2500

Open to students officially registered in third or fourth year of the Journalism degree program or the RTA degree program, Television major only. The award is open to members of visible minorities, Aboriginal students or students with a disability. (In the case of a student with a disability they should be registered with Ryerson's Access Centre or be willing to register.) Students must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or better, have clear academic standing and demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in Television.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Arthur Weinthal Award
Up to $930
The award is open to Ontario-resident students registered on a full-time basis in the fourth year of the four-year program in the RTA School of Media who have completed Internship Placements in accordance with criteria for Internships established by the School of Radio and Television Arts.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Henry White Kinnear International Exchange Student Award
Up to 3 x $1000

To assist third-year students undertaking international exchange studies in the RTA School of Media; must be registered full-time and entering third year of the RTA program; be approved for an international exchange; have demonstrated financial need; have a minimum GPA of 3.00; be in clear academic standing.
Contact the RTA School of Media at 416-979-5000 ext. 7551 to obtain further information and applications.
Child and Youth Care
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Child & Youth Care Program Awards
Up to $1000 for a part-time student
Up to $3000 for a full-time student

Open to students enrolled in the School of Child and Youth Care. To be eligible a student must: be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Protected Person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate academic excellence and leadership in areas that exemplify the mission and values of the School of Child and Youth Care.
Questions should be emailed to the School of Child and Youth Care at: cycoffice@ryerson.ca or visit the Child and Youth Care website
Children's Rights Award
Up to $1000

Open to students enrolled in the full-time or part-time School of Child and Youth Care program, must be in clear academic standing, must have earned a minimum 3.30 GPA (B+) grade in the Children's Rights course, and must have advanced the rights of children through employment, internship/work placement, volunteerism, and/or community engagement. Students must submit their resume along with a 500 word essay discussing how they have advanced rights of children through their employment, internship/work placement, volunteerism, and/or community engagement.
Questions should be emailed to the School of Child and Youth Care at: cycoffice@ryerson.ca or visit the Child and Youth Care website
Emily Durst Award
Up to $5000
Open to full-time students enrolled in the School of Child and Youth Care who are going into second, third or fourth year. To be eligible a student must: be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Protected Person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate academic excellence and leadership in areas that exemplify the mission and values of the School of Child and Youth Care; be a non smoker.
Questions should be emailed to the School of Child and Youth Care at: cycoffice@ryerson.ca or visit the Child and Youth Care website
Francis G. Hare Award in Research and Evaluation
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award students must be registered as full-time or part-time undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing, be enrolled in the School of Child and Youth Care degree, and have earned a minimum 3.33 GPA in a Social Research and Evaluation course.
Questions should be emailed to the School of Child and Youth Care at: cycoffice@ryerson.ca or visit the Child and Youth Care website

Nancy C. Sprott Award
Up to $5000
Open to full-time students enrolled in the School of Child and Youth Care who are going into second, third or fourth year. To be eligible a student must: be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Protected Person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate academic excellence and leadership in areas that exemplify the mission and values of the School of Child and Youth Care.

Questions should be emailed to the School of Child and Youth Care at: cycoffice@ryerson.ca or visit the Child and Youth Care website
Disability Studies
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Beverly Antle & Catherine Frazee Award in Activism for Social Justice
Up to $1000
This award was established to remember our colleague Beverly Antle while recognizing the personal and professional relationship she developed with Catherine Frazee. For a final year student in the Disability Studies program whose Independent Study promotes activism for social justice in areas that most closely align with Beverly Antle's and Catherine Frazee's commitment to eliminate disability discrimination through scholarly research and creative activities in the areas of: children and youth, social exclusion, professional engagement, systemic analysis, activism for social justice, and ethics and genetics.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
Canadian Foundation for Physically Disabled Persons Disabilities Studies Award
Up to $1000
To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate, full-time or part-time at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be enrolled in the Disability Studies program and actively registered in courses toward degree completion. Demonstrate financial need, as determined by Ryerson University, through submission of a Student Budget Form. Must submit a written statement (approx 250 words) describing how these funds will support their learning objectives at this stage in their program, and advance their efforts for disability rights and justices.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
M. K. Chant Disability Studies Awards
Up to $2200 x 2
For returning students who demonstrate a commitment to working with or on behalf of people with disabilities coupled with openness to new ideas and approaches; open to Ontario resident students who are registered in the Disability Studies degree program; minimum B+ average; completion of three courses DST501 and two additional courses; demonstrated financial need. Must submit a 500 word statement demonstrating commitment to working with or on behalf of people with disabilities coupled with an openness to new ideas and approaches.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
Marion Chant Distance Education Awards in Disability Studies
Award Values: Up to $50 to $150 each
For demonstrated financial need for students to complete the program on a correspondence/distance education basis.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
Civitan International Foundation of Canada Disability Studies Citizenship Award
Up to $1000 x 2
To a student in the Disability Studies program who demonstrates the capacity to be a “builder of good citizenship”, committed to making a difference in the world, and who demonstrates the capacity to listen to voices and stories of those whose citizenship is precarious, and demonstrates evidence of commitment to issues of social justice as they relate to supporting people with intellectual and physical disabilities. Must enrol in the first required course DST501 Perspectives in Disability I and employed by a community agency serving people with intellectual and physical disabilities.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
Jake Edelson Award in Community Organizing
Up to $1000
To an undergraduate student who is committed to collective work through community organizing and who has demonstrated academic excellence. Must have participated in a community campaign to remove barriers for people with disabilities; demonstrate by example how collective action can build towards social justice; engaged with creative initiatives and/or projects for social change. Must have completed DST501 and DST613; achieved high academic performance; ability to understand the importance of community building given the realities of social exclusion; demonstrate participation in a community campaign for social justice; and demonstrate financial need.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
Harry E. Foster Memorial Award
Up to $1150
This award recognizes the lifetime work of Harry E. Foster, and in particular his efforts to initiate and coordinate research and education projects in intellectual disability at universities across Canada. Must demonstrate consistently high academic achievement, work/personal experience in the field of intellectual disability, evidence of professional commitment, contribution to the reputation of the School of Disability Studies, and demonstrate financial need.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.

Beth Foulkes Community Living Award
Up to $1000
The award will be given to a part-time student officially enrolled in the Disability Studies program; completing their final year; demonstrates overall excellence in their studies with a CGPA of 3.40 or higher; acceptance in post degree studies; demonstrates commitment to social inclusion through scholarly and community work; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need.

Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.

Emma Hardie International Disability Award
Up to $1000
This award honours the memory of Emma Hardie: budding intellectual, passionate disability advocate, gifted mentor, international traveler, activist for peace and committed volunteer. To a student who demonstrates consistent academic excellence in their studies with a CGPA of 3.40 or higher for the current and previous academic year; demonstrates financial need; demonstrates a commitment to the following interests: aspiration to academic excellence, curiosity about disability in a global context, personal commitment to social inclusion, human dignity and peace, mentoring/helping others to be the best they can be, and demonstrating a commitment to those who are socially and economically disadvantaged through volunteering in the community; has an intention to pursue travel and/or study with an international focus.

Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
Helen Henderson Award in Writing for Disability Activism Award
To be eligible for this award students must be registered as undergraduate program students in the School of Disability Studies or as full-time or part-time undergraduate students in the School of Journalism at Ryerson University, have a clear academic standing and demonstrate financial need. Students in the School of Disability Studies will have completed DST501 and at least one other core course in Disability Studies. Students in the School of Journalism must have completed CINT902 Introduction to Disability Issues.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
Malcolm Jeffreys Memorial Leadership Award
Up to $1000
To a student who demonstrates excellence and leadership promise; has achieved high academic standing; exhibits potential leadership qualities; and demonstrates by example a commitment to improving the quality of life for disabled Canadians. Must have completed DST501 and two additional DST courses, achieved high academic performance, the ability to advance the understanding of equality and inclusion, demonstrated commitment to improving life for other students and contributing to the reputation of the School; contribution to the reputation of the school; and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
Bill and Lucille Owen Award on Public Policy
Up to $2000
This award recognizes Bill and Lucille Owen and their lifetime work to secure social justice through public policy. To a student in the Disability Studies Program who has achieved high academic standing and who shares their commitment to equity through social policy. The award will enable a Disability Studies student to attend a conference and present a paper on a policy issue of major concern to people with disabilities. Must demonstrate consistently high academic achievement, demonstrate financial need; and be a resident of Ontario.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
David and Sylvia Pollock Entrance Award
To be first presented in 2016-17.
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, a student must be registered as an undergraduate student in the School of Disability Studies at Ryerson, must be entering with a clear academic standing, and must demonstrate commitment to the community or to disability studies in a reflective statement (already submitted for application into the School of Disability Studies) showing how their personal goals mesh with the mission of the School of Disability Studies.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
Nancy C. Sprott School of Disability Studies Scholarship
$1000 x 2

This scholarship will recognize academic excellence in a student's final independent study project while in course DST 99. Eligible students must have completed course DST 99 and be presenting their final independent study project; must be in clear academic standing and must have received a minimum of 3.67 for their final Independent Study mark; and demonstrated scholarly excellence, creativity and originality through their final Independent Study project, while also exhibiting a strong significance to the field of disability studies. Eligible students will be short listed by their class instructor in DST 99 and reviewed by the School of Disability Studies awards committee. No application is required.
No Application Required
Nancy C. Sprott School of Disability Studies Travel Bursaries
Up to $500 per student.

This bursary will provide financial assistance for students' travel expenses incurred in course DST 99 (Independent Study Project) for research, participation in a community setting and/or presentation of their final paper. Eligible students must be registered in course DST 99 and be presenting their final independent study project, and must be in clear academic standing. Financial need will be based on an applicant's statement letter as well as a budget form available from the school. The distance of travel for individual students will be considered.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
Karen Tench Memorial Award in Community Inclusion and Advocacy
Up to $1000
To a student who has achieved high academic standing and who possesses the qualities so associated with Karen Tench: leadership by example, demonstrated innovation, personal commitment, respect for families, courage to speak out for others, and the capacity to embrace life with laughter. Must have completed DST501 and four additional DST courses; achieve high academic performance; ability to advance the understanding of equality and inclusion; and demonstrates by example a commitment to improving the quality of life for disabled Canadians.
Contact the School of Disability Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 7037 for procedures and/or applications.
Early Childhood Studies
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Colleen Roulston Memorial Award
Up to $1500

For achieving a high standing in the two research courses – CLD322 and CLD323 and/or demonstrating a persistent commitment to the child care field through a combination of skills and knowledge in research, administration and/or child care policy.
No Application Required
Deborah and Murray Chant Award for Excellence in Field Education
Value TBA

To be awarded to a full-time student who in their second-year placement has shown leadership and excellence in their placement by taking initiative and responsibility and showing professionalism, independent thought and dedication. The student must have received the excellence certificate and excellent assessment from their field educator and demonstrated their ability to put theory into practice.
Contact the School of Early Childhood Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 6338 for further information and applications.
Jillian Logel Memorial Scholarship
Up to $1500

Awarded to students registered full-time in the second or third year of the ECE program. For demonstrating recognition of the need for ongoing professional development, completing field education experiences which demonstrate an understanding and a contribution to the community and its resources, demonstrating leadership within the student body to promote the concept of developing professionalism: continuing to demonstrate a natural ability and enthusiasm for teaching young children in a creative and caring manner, demonstrated financial need and for maintaining a minimum 3.00 CGPA.
Contact the School of Early Childhood Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 6338 for further information and applications.
Kiola Isaacs Award
Value TBA

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate full-time or part-time students at Ryerson University in the School of Early Childhood Studies and have a clear academic standing. Be enrolled in the concurrent BA/B.Ed program with York University. Have a minimum CGPA of 3.00. Demonstrated an interest/commitment to inclusive education for children experiencing disability. Preference is given to students with a demonstrated interest in learning disabilities.
Contact the School of Early Childhood Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 6338 for further information and applications.
Meghan Savage Memorial Award
Up to $1000

For a full-time student in the third or fourth year who plans to pursue a teaching career in Early Childhood Studies and demonstrates interest and commitment to teaching young children. The student cannot have received any other scholarship or award from the School or the University within the calendar year of the application.
Contact the School of Early Childhood Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 6338 for further information and applications.
Nancy C. Sprott School of Early Childhood Studies Awards
Up to $7000 x 12

To recognize the academic achievement of full-time undergraduate students currently enrolled in the School of Early Childhood Studies, who have completed at least one academic year. Must demonstrate financial need, academic excellence, and a commitment to the field of Early Childhood Studies through volunteer activities in the community or in the Ryerson community.
Contact the School of Early Childhood Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 6338 for further information and applications.
Rotary Club of York Literacy Award
Up to $1000
To one full-time or part-time undergraduate student in the School of Early Childhood Studies who has successfully completed CLD314 and has demonstrated academic excellence and leadership in promoting literacy in the community; must demonstrate the Rotary Club’s adopted philosophy of the Four-Way Test, promoting high ethical standards in their professional lives.
Contact the School of Early Childhood Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 6338 for further information and applications.
Ryerson General Scholarships
Up to $600 x 3
Awarded to full-time or part-time ECS students who have demonstrated financial need and either (i) above-average academic achievement in all courses demonstrated by a minimum 3.00 grade point average and above-satisfactory competence in field education
, or (ii) professional excellence as an early childhood educator through a commitment to the profession and/or the school, involvement in extracurricular activities related to the field, excellent interpersonal skills with professionals and peers, and/or outstanding competence in field education and academic achievement in all courses (minimum 2.00 GPA).
Contact the School of Early Childhood Studies at 416-979-5000 ext. 6338 for further information and applications.
Midwifery
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Murray and Eleanor Enkin Midwifery Award for Academic Achievement
Up to $2000
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; is a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen and resident of Ontario; be enrolled in MWF120; have the highest CGPA among eligible candidates upon completion of all pre-clinical courses in the Midwifery Education Program. Deadline: January 15.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Murray and Eleanor Enkin Midwifery Award for Clinical Excellence
Up to $2000
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; is a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen and resident of Ontario; have completed MWF420; demonstrate excellent clinical performance in the clinical placement. Deadline: June 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Murray and Eleanor Enkin Midwifery Award for Innovative Thinking & Critical Scholarship
Up to $2000
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; is a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen and resident of Ontario; have completed MWF315 with a minimum grade of A-; demonstrate innovative thinking and critical scholarship in the Midwifery Synthesis Paper. Deadline: June 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Murray and Eleanor Enkin Midwifery Award for Social Justice
Up to $2000
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; is a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen and resident of Ontario; have completed MWF220; demonstrate commitment to the community or the Midwifery Education Program through contributions that promote social justice and human dignity. Deadline: June 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Murray and Eleanor Enkin Midwifery Diversity Award
Up to $2000
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; is a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen and resident of Ontario; have completed all Level 1 courses; be entering MWF120 in the next term or any subsequent midwifery clinical courses; be from a group which is under-represented in the Ryerson Midwifery Education Program as defined by the Ontario Human Rights Code. Deadline: January 15.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Murray and Eleanor Enkin Midwifery Graduation Excellence Award
Up to $5000
To a graduating student in the Midwifery Education Program who, in the judgement of the Midwifery Awards Committee, exemplifies excellence in the caring, clinical and academic areas of midwifery practice. Deadline: August 5.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Murray and Eleanor Enkin Midwifery Relocation Award
Up to $1500
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; is a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen and resident of Ontario; have completed MWF320; have had to relocate away from his/her home community for at least two or more midwifery clinical placements or one midwifery clinical placement and an elective placement in a rural or remote Canadian community or other under-serviced community. Deadline: October 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Murray and Eleanor Enkin Midwifery Single Parent/Sole Caregiver Award
Up to $2000
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; is a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen and resident of Ontario; be enrolled in MWF120, or have completed MWF120, MWF220, MWF320, or MWF420; be a single parent/sole caregiver. Deadline: January 15.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Academic Achievement Award
Up to $2000
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; be enrolled in MWF320; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; be a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen; resident of Ontario; demonstrates financial need; have the highest CGPA among eligible candidates upon completion of all sixth semester courses in the Midwifery Education Program. Deadline: June 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Birth and Its Meaning Award
Up to $1000
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; based on creativity and originality in a work of art that explores pregnancy, birth or parenting and its meaning. The work submitted can be in a form of the student's choice: visual, musical, performance art, fiction or poetry. Deadline: January 15.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Complications & Consultation Paper Award
Up to $125
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; have completed MWF320 Complications & Consultation; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; based on excellence in a paper written for the midwifery clinical course MWF320. Deadline: October 1.
No Application Required
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Interprofessional Practice Paper Award
Up to $125
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; have completed MWF305 Interprofessional Practice; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; based on excellence in a paper written for the midwifery clinical course MWF305.
No Application Required
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Maternal & Newborn Pathology Paper Award
Up to $125
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; have completed MWF420 Maternal & Newborn Pathology; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; based on excellence in a paper written for the midwifery clinical course MWF420. Deadline: January 15.
No Application Required
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Midwifery Diversity Award
Up to $1500
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; be enrolled in MWF120 or any subsequent clinical courses; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; be a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen; resident of Ontario; demonstrate financial need; be from a group which is underrepresented in the Ryerson Midwifery Education Program as defined by the Ontario Human Rights Code. Deadline: February 1. Deadline: January 15.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Midwifery Relocation Award
Up to $1000
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; have completed MWF120, MWF320, or be currently enrolled in MWF420; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; be a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen; resident of Ontario; demonstrate financial need; have had to relocate away from his/her home community for at least one midwifery clinical placement. Deadline: October 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Normal Childbearing Paper Award
Up to $125
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; have completed MWF120 Normal Childbearing; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; based on excellence in a paper written for the midwifery clinical course MWF120. Deadline: October 1.
No Application Required
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Northern Travel Award
Up to $4500
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program, or be a student midwife in northern Canada planning to enrol in MWF370; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; be a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen; demonstrate financial need; preference will be given to Aboriginal students travelling to Aboriginal communities. Deadline: October 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Parent-Infant Award
Up to $1000
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; be enrolled in MWF120 or any subsequent midwifery clinical course; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; be a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen; resident of Ontario; demonstrate financial need. Deadline: June 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.

Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Program Completion Award
Up to $2500
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; have completed MWF350; be enrolled in MWF370 or be repeating MWF320, MWF420 or MWF410; be a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen; resident of Ontario; demonstrate financial need. Deadline: June 1.

Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Publication Award
Up to $500
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; have completed MWF315; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; based on excellence in a paper prepared for publication. Deadline: June 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Judith Rachel Harris Foundation Single Parent/Sole Caregiver Award
Up to $1500
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; have completed MWF120 or MWF320; have a clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; be a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen; resident of Ontario; demonstrate financial need; be a single parent/sole caregiver. Deadline: October 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Judith (Jude) Pustil Memorial Award
Up to $700
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; has completed at least one clinical course; has previously relocated for clinical placement; excellent performance in a clinical course. Deadline: October 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson Midwifery Third Year Award
Up to $2500
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; completed at least, but not more than, two clinical courses: MWF120 and MWF220; minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.50. Deadline: January 15.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson Midwifery Fourth Year Award
Up to $2500
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; demonstrates financial need; have completed at least three clinical courses: MWF120, MWF220, MWF320; minimum total score of 75% for work completed in MWF220 and MWF320 combined (scores are based on papers, presentations, participation, mid-term and final exams); excellent clinical performance in both courses. Deadline: October 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Emma Sykes Chandler Memorial Award
Up to $500
Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has completed at least one clinical course; demonstrated exemplary skills, compassion and caring to clients during a challenging situation in a clinical course. This includes but is not limited to situations of perinatal loss, change in birth plans, postpartum depression or newborns with problems. Deadline: October 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Toronto Birth Centre Innovation Award
Up to $1156

Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; is a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen and resident of Ontario; have completed MWF320 with a Pass grade (min. 70%). Student is eligible to receive only one Toronto Birth Centre Award. Deadline: October 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Toronto Birth Centre Midwifery Community Awareness Awards
Up to $1000 x 2

Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in the Midwifery Education Program; has clear academic standing with no disciplinary notices on file; demonstrates financial need; is a Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or protected citizen and resident of Ontario; have completed MWF120 with a Pass grade (min. 70%). Student is eligible to receive only one Toronto Birth Centre Award. Deadline: June 1.
Contact the Department of Midwifery at 416-979-5104 for procedures and/or applications.
Nursing (Four-Year)
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Aaron Award
To a student from the Collaborative or Post Diploma program that demonstrate enthusiasm and interest in the care of the diabetic and have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.33.
No Application Required
Anne Buckley Entrance Award
To be first presented in 2016-17.
To be eligible for this award, a student must be registered as a full-time undergraduate student at Ryerson University, must have clear academic standing, must be entering the four year Collaborative Degree Program in the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing at the Ryerson campus, must demonstrate financial need through the completion of a Budget Form, and must exemplify dedication to hands-on, bedside nursing, compassion and a connection with patients.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Caregiver Recognition Award in Honour of Sally and James Finney
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award students must be enrolled in the collaborative or post-diploma Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing program and excel in long-term care clinical experience; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00; submit an application letter (250-500 words) that demonstrates their contribution and commitment to caregiving in the healthcare field. Preference will be given to those with a focus on dementia and/or the elderly. Students should demonstrate one or more of the following characteristics: (i) a dedication to developing effective caregiver relationships and/or interventions that improve the health and well-being of caregivers/care recipients; (ii) compassion, collaboration and/or leadership during the caregiving process; (iii) advocate for systems change for the benefit of family, caregivers and care recipients diagnosed with dementia. Submit one letter of support from a faculty member or clinical placement advisor. Faculty may nominate students by submitting a nomination letter (250-500 words) that demonstrates their contribution and commitment to caregiving in the healthcare field.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing Bursary
Offered to students in the Collaborative and Post Diploma Nursing Programs who demonstrate financial need; must be academically clear.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Rachael Catherine Dean Scholarship
Offered to a student in the Collaborative or Post Diploma Nursing Degree program who demonstrates a dedication to social advocacy, qualities of integrity and courage.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
DIVE into Nursing Leadership Award
To be eligible for this award a student must be a full-time or part-time degree student of the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, be enrolled in either third or fourth year of the collaborative nursing program or in first or second year post-diploma and be in clear academic standing; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00; demonstrate leadership in social advocacy for vulnerable populations in their community by submitting a resume along with a 500 word essay discussing how they have demonstrated this.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Integracare Community Health Award (Sponsored by Integracare Incorporated)
Offered to a graduating mature student from the Collaborative or Post Diploma Nursing Degree Program that demonstrates a positive attitude and contribution to the program, academic proficiency, and a career interest in geriatric or community health.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Kensington Foundation Award
Offered to one Collaborative and one Post Diploma Nursing Degree student with a good academic standing that demonstrates nursing practice reflective of strong analytical and creative abilities and has a commitment to the practice of nursing in the community.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Jillian Logel Memorial Clinical Practice Scholarship
Open to a full-time student entering the third year of study, with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75 based on academic performance at the completion of second year, demonstrated excellence and compassion in a clinical practice setting as confirmed by nursing faculty advisors and submission of a 500 word essay outlining the candidate's commitment to patient care and excellence in clinical practice.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Martha J. McKeown Award
Offered to a Collaborative or Post Diploma Nursing Degree student who has demonstrated academic excellence and commitment in areas such as humanism, social justice, and feminism; is a Canadian citizen/permanent resident; Ontario resident; demonstrates financial need.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Revera Inc. Annual Gerontology Award
For the three students graduating from the Collaborative Nursing Degree Program at Ryerson University who have demonstrated insight and compassion for the needs of elderly persons in their clinical placement, in the classroom, and their work in the community, as well as a commitment to the field of gerontological nursing.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Nancy C. Sprott Nursing Award
To be eligible students must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident, demonstrate financial need, demonstrate academic excellence with a minimum CGPA of 3.00, a clear academic standing, demonstrate leadership in areas that exemplify the mission and values of the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, demonstrate a commitment to the field of Nursing through related work experience, volunteer activities in the community or in the Ryerson community.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Catherine Stanford Carter Award
The recipient must be an Ontario resident (full-time or part-time) who has completed a minimum 50% of the program in either the Collaborative or Post Diploma program. Must demonstrate clinical excellence and commitment in one of the focus areas: palliative care, community health or gerontology; commitment/intent to continue in the designated area of interest beyond graduation; demonstrated financial need; academic proficiency; exceptional communication skills; and commitment to the development of the profession.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Walker Wood Foundation Nursing Award
To be eligible for this award a student must be a Canadian citizen, must be enrolled in their first year of the four-year undergraduate degree program in the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, must have a minimum CGPA equivalent to 3.00, which is 73-77%, must demonstrate financial need, and must demonstrate how they have encountered a significant life challenge.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Association
To a second or third-year student with a GPA of 3.00 or higher, who demonstrates excellence and commitment in direct patient care which must be described in their cover letter.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Rodney Yip Award
To be eligible for this award a student must be either a third or fourth-year full-time program student or part-time post-diploma degree student of the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, must be in clear academic standing, must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00, and must demonstrate financial need.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Nursing (Post Diploma)
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Aaron Award
To a student from the Collaborative or Post Diploma program that demonstrate enthusiasm and interest in the care of the diabetic and have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.33.
No Application Required
Aberdeen Hope Community Nursing Award
As a student in the second year of the Post Diploma program, maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3.33 or higher, clinical expertise and comment on the candidates passion for community nursing.
 
Aden Award
To the graduating student from the Post Diploma program who, despite heavy personal responsibilities, has shown dedication to her/his nursing studies, enthusiasm for the nursing profession.
No Application Required
Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing Faculty Bursary
Offered to students in the Collaborative and Post Diploma Nursing Programs who demonstrate financial need; must be academically clear.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Rachael Catherine Dean Scholarship
Offered to a student in the Collaborative or Post Diploma Nursing Degree program who demonstrates a dedication to social advocacy, qualities of integrity and courage.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
DIVE into Nursing Leadership Award
To be eligible for this award a student must be a full-time or part-time degree student of the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, be enrolled in either third or fourth year of the collaborative nursing program or in first or second year post-diploma and be in clear academic standing; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00; demonstrate leadership in social advocacy for vulnerable populations in their community by submitting a resume along with a 500 word essay discussing how they have demonstrated this.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Gail Donner Award
Offered to a nursing student who is planning to attend graduate studies in nursing and has been accepted in approved nursing graduate program. Preference will be given to a nursing student who will be attending a full-time masters nursing program in the fall.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Integracare Community Health Award (Sponsored By Integracare Incorporated)
Offered to a graduating mature student from the Collaborative or Post Diploma Nursing Degree Program that demonstrates a positive attitude and contribution to the program, academic proficiency, and a career interest in geriatric or community health.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Kensington Foundation Award
Offered to one Collaborative and one Post Diploma Nursing Degree student with a good academic standing that demonstrates nursing practice reflective of strong analytical and creative abilities and has a commitment to the practice of nursing in the community.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Martha J. McKeown Award
Offered to a Collaborative or Post Diploma Nursing Degree student who has demonstrated academic excellence and commitment in areas such as humanism, social justice, and feminism; is a Canadian citizen/permanent resident; Ontario resident; demonstrates financial need.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Lisa Rae Bursary
1 - 2 annual awards of $1000 - $2000

To be eligible for this bursary, students must be registered as undergraduate part-time students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must be enrolled in the Post-Diploma Degree Completion Program in Nursing and must demonstrate financial need as determined by Ryerson University through submission of a Student Budget Form. Must submit a written statement (250 words) on why they are a good candidate for this award.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Ryerson School of Nursing Staff Award
For achieving the highest grade point average - first year - full-time Post Diploma Nursing Degree Program.
No Application Required
Catherine Stanford Carter Award
The recipient must be an Ontario resident (full-time or part-time) who has completed a minimum 50% of the program in either the Collaborative or Post Diploma program. Must demonstrate clinical excellence and commitment in one of the focus areas: palliative care, community health or gerontology; commitment/intent to continue in the designated area of interest beyond graduation; demonstrated financial need; academic proficiency; exceptional communication skills; and commitment to the development of the profession.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Adele Turcotte Memorial Award in the School of Nursing
To recognize academic achievement of a RN or RPN enrolled in the Post Diploma, or a RN in the Masters of Nursing program that demonstrates financial need, has a CGPA 3.00 or higher and is interested in diabetes research, education, and care, or is currently practicing or intends to practice in the field.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Anne Whitaker Memorial Scholarship
Candidate must be of aboriginal descent and/or demonstrates an interest in working with the aboriginal client population, demonstrates financial need and submits, in writing, information about their aboriginal heritage or the type of professional care they intend to offer native peoples in the community; Canadian citizen; Ontario resident.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Dorothy Wylie Scholarship
Offered to a graduating student in the Post Diploma Program who has high academic standing, is planning to return to hospital nursing and has qualities of leadership.
Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.

Rodney Yip Award
To be eligible for this award a student must be either a third or fourth-year full-time program student or part-time post-diploma degree student of the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, must be in clear academic standing, must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00, and must demonstrate financial need.

Contact the School of Nursing at 416-979-5000 ext. 7136 to obtain applications.
Nutrition and Food
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Alumni Scholarships
Up to $250

To the top students in first, second or third year of the program, for outstanding academic performance.
No Application Required
Joan Augustine School of Nutrition Entrance Award
Up to $2500
Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; who demonstrate financial need; with a minimum 80% high school average; based on resume, transcript, budget form and letter describing how the Nutrition program fits with the applicant's own interests and aspirations.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Brenda Ball Memorial Award
Up to $1400
To a Food and Nutrition student proceeding to third or fourth year full-time studies with high academic achievement and demonstrated financial need. The applicant must live away from home while attending Ryerson. Preference will be given to a student whose home residence is in Ottawa, or failing that, Eastern Ontario.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Elizabeth Chant Robertson Award
Up to $500

Students officially enrolled in their final year of the four-year Food and Nutrition program will submit an essay, course paper, course assignment or project proposal that is in keeping with the mission of the School of Nutrition - the School of Nutrition provides a diverse learning environment that prepares food nutrition graduates for professional careers, reflective practice and responsible citizenship informed by our engagement in research and scholarship - is consistent with the work and achievements of Dr. Elizabeth Chant Robertson whose early book on nutrition was one of the first creative and reliable sources of nutrition information for the Canadian population
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Phyllis Chitteck Chappell Award in Nutrition
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered in the Internationally Educated Professionals in Nutrition program or its practicum at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00 and not have been a previous recipient of the award. Application includes a 250 word statement on their interest and/or previous experiences with chronic and/or infectious disease management.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
L. G. Dobson Memorial Award
Up to $440
Awarded to a student with high academic standing in third year, who is proceeding to the fourth year of the Food and Nutrition program.
No Application Required
Jane Hope Award
Up to $225
To a student who has completed third year and has shown overall academic proficiency, meets the course requirements that could lead to a dietetic internship, shows potential as a communicator through nutrition course projects or other professionally related courses that are part of the curriculum, has contributed to the improvement of student life and has participated in extra-curricular activities in the school, faculty or university.
No Application Required
Internationally Educated Professionals in Nutrition Staff Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered in the Internationally Educated Professionals in Nutrition program or its practicum at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00 and not have been a previous recipient of the award. Application includes a 250 word personal statement on their interest and/or previous experiences with community-based food and nutrition initiatives.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Dorotea Landau Memorial Award
Up to $750
To a full-time student officially enrolled in the third or fourth year of the program with a minimum CGPA of 2.75 or better, a clear academic standing and submission of a one-page essay indicating their interest and commitment to working with people living with diabetes through volunteer or paid experiences, or professional placement during their program of study
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Riva Loeb School of Nutrition Entrance Award
Up to $2500

Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; who demonstrate financial need; as a first-year student entering the program following a university experience elsewhere (minimum 3.00 grade point average); based on resume, transcript, budget form and letter describing how the Nutrition program fits with the applicant's own interests and aspirations.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Barbara Manilla Scholarship
Up to $1000
Awarded to a student enrolled in FND401 Social and Cultural Dimensions of Food, whose academic performance demonstrates excellence via his/her final grade in the course; must be enrolled full-time; must have a clear academic standing .
No Application Required
May Maskow School of Nutrition Awards
Up to $3000
Awarded to students in the School of Nutrition who have demonstrated academic excellence and commitment within the Nutrition program; open to full-time Nutrition and Food students entering second year, must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, and demonstrate financial need.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Mikey Network Award
Up to $3200
Open to all students enrolled in the Nutrition program; have achieved a minimum 80% overall average in 6 Grade 12 U/M credits (if the candidate is in the first year of the program) or a minimum CGPA of 3.50 (for candidates beyond the first year of university); have demonstrated a commitment to nutrition promotion; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; must be an Ontario resident; and must demonstrate financial need.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Ontario Home Economics Association Incentive Award
One-year membership in OHEA and subscription to OHEA's newsletter "NewsLink".
To a student who is entering fourth year, for high academic standing in home economics related courses, showing an interest and concern for the work of the profession, planning for a professional career or further academic study in home economics, demonstrating potential leadership qualities and successfully completed the professional practice course FNP100.
No Application Required
Ottawa Home Economics Association Scholarship
Up to $500
To a resident of Ottawa (failing that, to the student whose home is closest to Ottawa ), enrolled full-time in Year 3 or 4 of the Food & Nutrition program; high academic achievement in previous academic year. The recipient must have a keen and sincere interest in the field of Home Economics and potential as a graduate
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Rheta Rosen Incentive Award
Up to $1100
To a Food and Nutrition student who is an Ontario resident, with family responsibilities, and currently registered in either second or third year. Selection is based on applicant's academic performance and financial need and preference is given to a student who is committed to working in a community-based setting.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
School of Nutrition Academic Achievement Award
Up to $500

Student must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; must be an Ontario resident; be registered in a full-time program in the School of Nutrition; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate overall excellence in their studies with a GPA of 3.33 or higher, with a clear academic standing.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
School of Nutrition Bursaries
Up to $1000
For students registered in second, third or fourth year of the Food and Nutrition program who have demonstrated financial need and a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average. Preference will be given to students working on their first degree.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
School of Nutrition Staff Recognition Award
Up to $600
Awarded to one undergraduate student in the School of Nutrition who has demonstrated excellence as well as a strong commitment and leadership to the life of the School.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Anne Selby School of Nutrition Awards
Up to $3000
Awarded to students in the School of Nutrition who have demonstrated academic excellence and commitment within the Nutrition program; open to full-time Nutrition and Food students entering fourth year, must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, and demonstrate financial need.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Nancy Sprott School of Nutrition Awards
Up to $2000
Awarded to students in the School of Nutrition who have demonstrated academic excellence and commitment within the Nutrition program; open to students who have been accepted into the Internationally Educated Dietitians Pre-Registration Program (IDPP).
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Carol Taylor Memorial Award
Up to $2200
Full-time third-year students going into fourth-year full-time studies in the Food and Nutrition program with strong academic potential and demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students who must live away from home while attending Ryerson. The award will be applied against tuition and may be shared by two or more students.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Jennifer Welsh Food Security Award
Up to $1000

To the student who embodies the values of social justice, creative change and an orientation to food systems; with demonstrated financial need; high academic excellence and clear academic standing
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.
Jennifer Welsh School of Nutrition Awards
Up to $3000
Awarded to students in the School of Nutrition who have demonstrated academic excellence and commitment within the Nutrition program; open to full-time Nutrition and Food students entering third year, must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, and demonstrate financial need.
Visit the School of Nutrition online for procedures and/or applications.

Sue Wilson Award for Undergraduate Research
Up to $1000
Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in the School of Nutrition program who has a clear academic standing; demonstrates high academic performance, completing the Senior Research Project course with the highest grade.

No Application Required
Occupational and Public Health
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Comstock Award
Up to $3000

To recognize the academic achievement of a full-time student entering second, third or fourth year, enrolled in the School of Occupational and Public Health and studying matters of workplace safety and insurance in any of the three Occupational Health and Safety streams.
Contact the School of Occupational and Public Health at 416-979-5000 ext. 7319 for procedures.
Kevin Mackle Award
Up to $6000

To be awarded to up to two undergraduate students in the School of Occupational and Public Health; must demonstrate financial need; must have attained high academic excellence in their education and a clear academic standing.
Contact the School of Occupational and Public Health at 416-979-5000 ext. 7319 for procedures.
Jim McLellan Occupational Health and Safety Award
Up to $600

To a second or third year student with a CGPA of 2.67 or higher, for demonstrating a true passion for the field of Occupational and Public Health and for demonstrating a balance between academic, work and social life.
Contact the School of Occupational and Public Health at 416-979-5000 ext. 7319 for procedures.
Ontario Food Protection Association Award
Up to $1000
For the most valuable contribution to food hygiene by a graduating public health student.
No Application Required
Orkin Canada Entomology Award
Up to $500
For the best performance in the pest control section of Parasitology (ENH610).
No Application Required
John (Jack) Park Memorial Award
Up to $700

Open to full-time students who are Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents; demonstrate financial need; have completed the second year of the Public Health and Safety option; min CGPA of 3.00; demonstrate excellence and commitment in the area of public health.
Contact the School of Occupational and Public Health at 416-979-5000 ext. 7319 for procedures.
Ryerson General Scholarships

Up to $125
For highest CGPA - first year.

Up to $125
For highest CGPA by an Occupational Health & Safety fast-track student - first year.

Up to $125
For highest CGPA by an Occupational Health & Safety student - second year.

Up to $125
For highest CGPA by an Occupational Health & Safety student - third year.

Up to $125
For highest CGPA by a Public Health fast-track student - first year.

Up to $125
For highest CGPA by an Public Health student - second year.

Up to $125
For highest CGPA by a Public Health student - third year.

No Application Required
Nancy C. Sprott Awards in Occupational and Public Health
Up to $1000 x 4

To be eligible for this award students must be registered as undergraduate full-time students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be enrolled in the School of Occupational and Public Health. Demonstrate financial need, as determined by Ryerson University, through submission of a Student Budget Form. Written statement: to demonstrate commitment to the field of Occupational and Public Health through volunteer activities in the community or in the Ryerson community, or describe their career aspirations and the principles on which these are based.
Contact the School of Occupational and Public Health at 416-979-5000 ext. 7319 for procedures.
Wyckomar Water Quality Award
Up to $250

To a student registered full-time in the program, with a minimum overall GPA of 3.00 (B average); highest overall mark in the course Water Quality (ENH424) and be taking the course for the first time; continuing in the program following the award.
No Application Required
Social Work
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Bachelor of Social Work Award
Up to $1000

To recognize full-time or part-time students, enrolled in second or third year, who have overcome adversity, personal challenges or extenuating circumstances, and remain committed to their area of study. Students can apply or be nominated by faculty, staff, and students after completing first or second year in good academic standing. Recipients may demonstrate financial need and must demonstrate extenuating personal or family circumstances, detailed in a written statement. The award will honour a student for their passion, contribution to the life of the school, strength of character.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
George Bielmeier Award
Up to $500 x 2

In recognition of outstanding contribution within the Field Practicum to a third-year and fourth-year student in either the full or part-time program.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Theresa and Xavier (Frank) Bielmeier Memorial Award
Up to $1000
To be first presented in 2017-18. To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time or part-time undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must be enrolled in the School of Social Work. Be an immigrant, refugee, first generation Canadian, or arrived in the program after personal or family experience with war or significant hardships. Students whose family immigrated and are first generation Canadians are also eligible. Must demonstrate financial need. Must submit a covering letter (500 words max) sharing their background and experiences as someone who is an immigrant, refugee, first generation Canadian, or arrived in the program after personal experience with war or significant hardship.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Tzu Chi Awards for Community Service
Up to $1000 x 10

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have a clear academic standing, be enrolled in full-time studies in second, third or fourth year of Ryerson's School of Social Work program, demonstrate financial need, and demonstrate a contribution to volunteering their time to helping people in need in a written statement and resume.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Sheri Cohen Social Justice Award for People with Disabilities
Up to $1300 x 2
Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; Ontario residents; have a documented disability and/or be registered with the Access Centre; demonstrate financial need; currently enrolled in second, third or fourth year of the Social Work program as full-time or part-time; min CGPA of 2.00; demonstrate a commitment to the field of Social Work and anti-oppression values through: having overcome or helped others overcome personal obstacles/barriers; and/or personal life experiences; and/or involvement in volunteer community work (over and above social work placements).
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Lisa Crew Memorial Award
Up to $165
To a graduate of the degree program for excellence in a social work practice paper.
No Application Required
Jacqueline and Howard Edelson Award
Value to be determined.
Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; Ontario residents; demonstrate financial need; minimum CGPA of 3.00 or higher; clear academic standing; demonstrate an interest and commitment to promoting the interests of elderly people with dementia and/or who are frail, through direct care, community development, policy development, program development, design or evaluation, research or advocacy.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Jeff Edmunds Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or Protected persons, must be enrolled in the School of Social Work part-time or full-time program and in their 2nd, 3rd or 4th year at the time of application (and enrolled in Ryerson University's Social Work program for at least one academic year), and be in good academic standing with a minimum CGPA of 2.00.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Jenny & Jean Green Social Justice Award
Up to $540
For a caring attitude, involvement with one or more social movements or community groups and leadership qualities - one third or fourth-year recipient. Students are nominated by fellow students, faculty or staff.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Russell Jollife Award for Excellence in Social Work Practice
Up to $1450

To assist a full-time student entering the fourth year of the Social Work program, based on demonstrated excellence in their third-year practicum and Social Work Practice Seminar (SWP036 and SWP031). Student must have an 80% course load, minimum 3.00 GPA and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Cheryl Lajoie Memorial Award
Up to $1000
Applicants have completed at least one year of the program; demonstrated financial need and a commitment to the School and the community.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Gordon C. MacFarlane/John Howard Society of Ontario Award
$1000 towards a master of social work program at a Canadian University
For academic excellence, demonstrated financial need and commitment to pursuing a career in social work.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Mya Award
$1000

Awarded to a female student who is enrolled as a full-time or part-time student in the Social Work program; has a clear academic standing; is a sole support parent of one or more children; demonstrates financial need.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Ana Sofia Nascimento Award
Up to $750

For a student who has completed second or third year of the Social Work program with clear academic standing; CGPA of 3.00; demonstrates a commitment to social justice and community development through work with seniors, newcomers, and/or women; be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or protected person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Harry A. Newman Memorial Foundation Undergraduate Awards
Up to $2100

Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; Ontario residents; demonstrate financial need; clear academic standing; min CGPA 2.00; demonstrate active volunteerism within the community as outlined in the enclosed cover letter and resume; may be self-nominated by faculty or member of the community.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
John David Parker Scholarship
Up to $1000
For involvement in child and youth work through volunteer work experiences, being currently registered in courses in the full-time or part-time degree program in Social Work.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
President's Award for Community Engagement
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be registered as a part-time or full-time undergraduate student in any program offered by the School of Social Work; must be registered in second, third or fourth year of the program; must have a minimum CGPA of 2.00. Must submit an application letter (250-500 words) outlining their community service/activities and contributions and the effect that they have had on an external community.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Judith Sandys Award in Community Inclusion and Disability
Up to $1600.

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate (full-time or part-time) students in the School of Social Work at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person. Be an Ontario resident. Demonstrate financial need. Have a minimum CGPA of 3.00. Have demonstrated commitment in the area of disability, while a student in the social work program, through field work, advocacy or academic work, for example: field placement in setting which supports disabled people, active involvement in an advocacy organization related to disability, completion of a major assignment relating to disabilities. This commitment will be demonstrated through a personal statement/assignment, a resume and a reference letter.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Nancy C. Sprott School of Social Work Leadership Awards
Up to $3000 x 3

Open to full-time students enrolled in the School of Social Work who have completed first, second and third years. to be eligible a student must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or Protected person; must be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate academic excellence with a minimum CGPA of 3.67 and a clear academic standing; must demonstrate leadership in areas that exemplify the mission and values of the School of Social Work.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Harriet Stairs Award
Up to $1188
Officially enrolled in the Criminology or Social Work undergraduate degree program; entering second, third or fourth year; be enrolled in 3 units or higher per term; officially registered with Academic Accommodation Support; must be an Ontario resident; minimum CGPA 3.00; clear academic standing; demonstrate financial need.
Deadline: September 29, 2017
Harriet Stairs Award Application Form
Karol Steinhouse Memorial Social Work Award
Up to $1100 x 2

For demonstrating commitment to issues of social justice as they relate to sexual orientation, gender and diversity, minimum 3.00 GPA and demonstrated financial need
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Walker Wood Foundation Award
To be eligible for this award a student must be registered as a full-time or part-time undergraduate student at Ryerson University, must have a clear academic standing, must be a Canadian citizen, must be accepted as a mature student in the School of Social Work, and must demonstrate financial need through completion of a Budget Form. Must submit a personal statement outlining their significant life challenge(s) and confirming how many years they have not been in school.
Contact the School of Social Work at 416-979-5000 ext. 6228 for procedures and/or applications.
Urban and Regional Planning
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
A.S.M Pound Memorial Planning Scholarship (Sponsored by Pound & Stewart Services Planning Consultants)
Up to $300

For the fourth-year student with strong leadership qualities and an appreciation of visionary planning.
No Application Required
Peter Bennett Award
Up to $1000

For demonstrating excellence in the application of research methods or planning analysis to urban and regional planning in combination with a dedication to community service; entering third or fourth year of the program as a full-time student.
Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planning at 416-979-5000 ext. 6763 for procedures and/or applications.
Zohra Bhabha Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award students must be registered as undergraduate full-time students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be registered  in the School of Urban and Regional Planning. Identify as female. Identify as women of visible minority and/or as having Aboriginal Ancestry (First Nations, Inuit, Metis, non-Status, Status). Demonstrate financial need as determined by Ryerson University by completion of a Student Budget Form.
Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planning at 416-979-5000 ext. 6763 for procedures and/or applications.
Paul Bruer/Imre Koroknay Scholarship
Up to $200
For high academic promise - first year.
No Application Required
Leonard Darwen Memorial Award
Up to $500
For academic excellence and contribution to the community.
No Application Required
David De Luca Memorial Award
Up to $500
Awarded to one undergraduate student in the School of Urban and Regional Planning, who demonstrates strong leadership excellence and practice in community development; clear academic standing; min CGPA of 2.00.
Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planning at 416-979-5000 ext. 6763 for procedures and/or applications.
Downtown Yonge Award of Excellence in Place-Making
Up to $1000

To be eligible students must be enrolled as full-time in the School of Urban and Regional Planning, have a clear academic standing, and demonstrate through a project, studio or research paper, a commitment to place-making in an effort to improve the quality of life in urban environments.
No Application Required
Excellence in Year One Scholarship
Up to $500
For the full-time student in the School of Urban and Regional Planning, who has a clear academic standing and demonstrates academic achievement with the highest CGPA in their first year of the URP program.
No Application Required
Mark Friesen Award
Up to $1000
Awarded to one full-time undergraduate student in the Urban and Regional Planning program; has clear academic standing; is completing the second year of the program when applying for this award at the end of April; has demonstrated outstanding commitment to the program and has shown the most improved CGPA between first and second year.
Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planning at 416-979-5000 ext. 6763 for procedures and/or applications.
Todd Hesselink International Exchange Memorial Award
Up to $3000
Awarded to one full-time undergraduate student in the Urban and Regional Planning program and participating in the Ryerson University International Exchange program.
Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planning at 416-979-5000 ext. 6763 for procedures and/or applications.
IBI Group Urban and Regional Planning Award
Up to $200
Group award for excellence in professional practice.
No Application Required
Aditya Jha Community Development Award
Up to $2900

Awarded to an individual or to a study group of full-time undergraduate students enrolled in third or fourth year; min CGPA 2.67; demonstrated a commitment to helping immigrant, ethnic and aboriginal communities; must be Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected persons; Ontario resident.
Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planning at 416-979-5000 ext. 6763 for procedures and/or applications.
Michael E. Kusner Award
Up to $350

For exceptional work in land use planning or design at the site scale.
No Application Required
Joseph Lebovic Award
Up to $2200
For demonstrating an outstanding commitment to urban and regional planning, including land development and private sector planning, demonstrating financial need,maintaining a minimum 2.67 (B-) GPA and completing third year of the program.
Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planning at 416-979-5000 ext. 6763 for procedures and/or applications.
Donald J. Logan Class of '73 Bursary
Up to $900
For academic excellence, minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00, demonstrated financial need, outstanding community involvement and officially registered in third year of the program.
No Application Required
Malumir R. Logan Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must have a clear academic standing at the time of application/nomination and selection, must have completed year two or year three at the time of application, must demonstrate a strong interest in their field of study and determination in achieving their professional goals, and must demonstrate how they have encountered a significant life challenge.
Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planning at 416-979-5000 ext. 6763 for procedures and/or applications.
Milne-MacDougall Scholarship
Up to $500
Awarded to a full-time graduating student in the School of Urban and Regional Planning, who has clear academic standing and demonstrates the greatest improvement of CGPA from the end of the first year of the program to the completion of the studies in fourth year.
No Application Required
Pound & Stewart Planning Scholarship (Sponsored by Pound & Stewart Services Planning Consultants)
Up to $300
For the fourth-year student with academic proficiency and exceptional work in environmental planning.
No Application Required
Ryerson General Scholarships
Up to $900
Criteria is at the discretion of the School.
No Application Required
Ryerson Planning Alumni Association Undergraduate Award of Merit
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be in their last year of study. Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.67.
Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planning at 416-979-5000 ext. 6763 for procedures and/or applications.
Ted Tyndorf Award
Up to $200 x 10

For demonstrating integrity, outstanding vision and commitment to community planning through client-based project work and engagement with agencies and firms.
Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planning at 416-979-5000 ext. 6763 for procedures and/or applications.
Michael Weich Memorial Award
Up to $1000

For a second-year full-time student; who is a Canadian citizen; is not over 23 years of age; must have a clear standing at the end of the fourth semester; demonstrates success despite having to deal with issues such as, health or family problems, financial difficulties, or learning disabilities.
Contact the School of Urban and Regional Planning at 416-979-5000 ext. 6763 for procedures and/or applications.
Aerospace Engineering
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Bombardier Design Scholarship
Up to $1500 x 2 
For the highest grades in third-year courses AER621 Aerospace Structural Design and AER606 Component Design and Material Selection.
Contact the Department of Aerospace Engineering at 416-979-5016 for procedures and/or applications.
Department of Aerospace Engineering Achievement Awards
Up to $930
Open to Ontario resident students in Aerospace Engineering who are registered on a full-time basis. Based on outstanding academic achievement on the completion of first, second or third year as evidenced by a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00 and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the Department of Aerospace Engineering at 416-979-5016 for procedures and/or applications.
John Ross MacLeod Memorial Scholarship
Up to $225

For highest academic performance in the first year and continuation in second year on a full-time basis
No Application Required
Carlo Marsetti Scholarship
Up to $1500

To be eligible for this scholarship, a student must be enrolled as a full-time student in their third year of study in the Aerospace program, must have clear academic standing, and must have demonstrated academic excellence in their studies by attaining the highest overall grade point average in their second year.
No Application Required
Richard A. Neill Scholarship in Aerospace Engineering 
Up to $2000
To a third-year undergraduate student who has achieved academic excellence in courses focusing on Gas Dynamics and Materials and Manufacturing. These subjects are core courses taken by all Aerospace students and are the building blocks needed for future study in Propulsion and Capstone Design.
No Application Required
Pratt & Whitney (PW&C Targeted) Scholarships 
Up to $3000 x 2 
Open to full-time fourth-year Aerospace Engineering students; must be Canadian citizens; have demonstrated academic excellence and leadership skills; commitment to a Pratt & Whitney Canada related research project at the graduate level.
No Application Required
Ross Pritchard Scholarship 
Up to $1000
For academic excellence in Aerospace Engineering.
No Application Required
James H. Rattray Memorial Award 
Up to $200
Awarded to either an Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering student, for academic excellence.
No Application Required
Carl Smythe Award 
Up to $1000
To be eligible a student must be: enrolled as a full-time student in their fourth year of study in the Aerospace Engineering program and have clear academic standing; have a minimum CGPA of 3.33; demonstrate community involvement either at Ryerson or on or outside organizations; demonstrated expressed interest in entrepreneurial endeavours.
Contact the Department of Aerospace Engineering at 416-979-5016 for procedures and/or applications.
UTC Aerospace Systems Scholarship
Up to $1000
To be eligible for this award a student must be registered as a full-time undergraduate student at Ryerson University and have a clear academc standing. For highest grade in Aerospace Structural Design course (AER 621).
 
No Application Required
Shahnawaz Zia Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must demonstrate financial need, be registered as full-time undergraduate students in the Aerospace Engineering program, have a clear academic standing, and have a minimum GPA of 3.33 in courses related to airplane safety in their sixth semester (currently identified as AER 615 and AER 621).
Contact the Department of Aerospace Engineering at 416-979-5016 for procedures and/or applications.
Architectural Science
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Abbarch Architecture (Ontario) Inc. Award
Up to $1500
For a full-time student enrolled in second, third or fourth year, with a min GPA of 3.00 and a clear academic standing; must demonstrate how their academic and non-academic activities exhibit their talents of leadership, particularly skills in architectural communication, compatibility for professional practice and collaboration in a professional setting.
Contact the Department of Architectural Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6483 for procedures and/or applications.
Adamson Associates, Architects Planners Award
Up to $500
For best overall performance in first-year Communications Studio and Design Studio I.
No Application Required
Association of Architectural Technologists of Ontario Award
Up to $500
For highest overall academic achievement in fourth-year Building Science option.
No Application Required
B + H Architects Scholarship
Up to $5000

To be eligible a student must: be enrolled as a full-time fourth year student in Architectural Science and have clear academic standing; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00 in the Architectural Science program; be enrolled in the fourth year Architecture specialization; for highest academic excellence in Integration Studios I and II; shows dedication, excellence in design, and commitment in Integration Studios I and II, and who has potential to be highly successful in the profession of Architecture.
No Application Required
Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors - Ontario Award
Up to $500

Awarded for highest academic achievement in Project Economics I - third year.
No Application Required
Canadian Institute of Steel Construction Award
Up to $3000

To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled as a full-time graduate or undergraduate student in any program in the Department of Architectural Science and have a clear academic standing; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00; submit for review of the awards committee an architectural design project, completed by the student in the previous twelve months, in which steel is used in an innovative manner. The project submitted may have been completed as an assignment within a course taken for credit by the student, or as an entry by the student to an architectural ideas competition.
Contact the Department of Architectural Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6483 for procedures and/or applications.
Canadian Institute of Steel Construction Ontario Region Scholarship
Up to $2000
For highest overall performance in the area of Steel Structures Design.
No Application Required
CB Richard Ellis Award
1 x $2000
1 x $1500

Student must be enrolled full-time in the fourth year of the Project Management specialization of the Architectural Science program; have a clear academic standing; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00. Application must include a two-page letter describing the applicant's strength and accomplishments in academics and extracurricular activities demonstrating: respect, integrity, service, excellence, ability to work in a team environment, and superior communication skills; and at least one letter of support from individuals in organizations that can comment on the applicant's contributions to the activities in the areas described above.
Contact the Department of Architectural Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6483 for procedures and/or applications.
Stewart Crawford Travel Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be a full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the Architectural Science program, demonstrate academic achievement with a CGPA of 3.00 or higher, have a clear academic standing, demonstrate financial need, and be undertaking curriculum based travel. Curricular travel is defined as "participation in a field trip outside of Canada organized by Ryerson faculty as part of a course or studio taken for credit at Ryerson in the current academic year".
Contact the Department of Architectural Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6483 for procedures and/or applications.
Creative Infill Design Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be a full-time student enrolled in any year of the undergraduate Architectural Science program in the Department of Architectural Science. Demonstrate through submission of a studio project, a high level of design merit that incorporates creative, thoughtful, and sustainable strategies in an urban infill project.
Contact the Department of Architectural Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6483 for procedures and/or applications.
Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals ( Ontario ) Education Foundation Award
Up to $1000
Based on achievement, initiative and innovation; to the student who has completed third year in the Architectural Science program, and has achieved academic excellence.
No Application Required
Fiberglas Canada Inc. Award
Up to $727
The award recognizes the combination of extra-curricular contributions in the field of study related to Architecture/Building/Construction and the academic achievements of an undergraduate student enrolled full-time in the Department of Architectural Science who has made a notable contribution to professionally-related student activities within the Department of Architectural Science.
Contact the Department of Architectural Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6483 for procedures and/or applications.
FORREC Design Award of Excellence
Up to $2000

To be eligible for this award, students must have completed a four year degree in the Architectural Science program within the previous twelve months; have a minimum GPA on Graduation of 3.00. Students must submit a design of a poster representing their work completed in the studio.
Contact the Department of Architectural Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6483 for procedures and/or applications.
General Contractors' Section - T.C.A. Awards
Value to be determined
To recognize the academic achievement of full-time students entering into third or fourth year in Architectural Science focusing on Project Management; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; must be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate overall excellence with a CGPA of 3.00 or higher; demonstrate an interest in project management through the choice of courses undertaken, extracurricular activities and/or through summer work; or provide a reference letter supporting the application from a professor, employer or volunteer organization.
Contact the Department of Architectural Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6483 for procedures and/or applications.
GreenSaver Roger Algie Scholarship
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must be enrolled as full-time students in the Building Science option in fourth year, and ave the highest CGPA in third year studies.
No application required.
Sepp Hannikainen Memorial Awards
Value to be determined
The Sepp Hannikainen Memorial Award is a financial award to a full-time undergraduate student who has successfully completed the second or third year of the Architectural Science program and who has completed all applicable Construction Management courses and demonstrates overall academic proficiency.
Contact the Department of Architectural Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6483 for procedures and/or applications.
IBI Group Architecture Award
Up to $500
The award recognizes a student who has completed the fourth year of the Bachelor of Architectural Science program, demonstrating excellence in the fourth-year Architecture Option Studio.
No Application Required
Industry Supported Architecture Scholarship in Honour of Stewart Crawford
$2000

For a student currently enrolled in second year of Architectural Science who has demonstrated best overall academic performance in first year.
No Application Required
Ingenium Group Jack Lemay Memorial Award
Up to $2500
For an undergraduate student in good academic standing, who has completed third year of the program; has demonstrated an awareness and accomplishment in construction technology; has a record of academic excellence as demonstrated by a CGPA of 3.00 or higher.
No Application Required
Ledcor Architecture Scholarship in Honour of Stewart Crawford
Up to $1000

To be eligible a student must have completed first year and be enrolled in the second year as a full-time undergraduate student in the Department of Architectural Science, and have demonstrated academic excellence in their studies by attaining the highest overall average in the stated first year technical courses.
No Application Required
Ledcor Construction Ltd. Award
Up to $2000
To recognize the combination of extra-curricular contributions in the field of study related to Architecture/Building/Construction and the academic achievements of a student enrolled full-time at the time of award selection in the third or fourth year program of study in Architectural Science or Civil Engineering.
Ledcor Construction Ltd. Award Form
Ted Libfeld GTHBA Scholarships

Up to $500
For best overall performance in the area of Management and Construction/Theory – first year.

Up to $500
For second best overall performance in the area of Management and Construction/Theory – first year.

Up to $500
For third best overall performance in the area of Management and Construction/Theory – first year.

Up to $1000
For best overall performance in the area of Management and Construction/Theory – second year.

Up to $1000
For second best overall performance in the area of Management and Construction/Theory – second year.

Up to $1000
For third best overall performance in the area of Management and Construction/Theory – second year.

Up to $1000
For the best performance by a student who has completed an Architecture course with a focus in Housing Design.

Up to $1000
For the best performance by a student who has completed a Building course with a focus in Housing Design.

Up to $1000
For the best performance by a student who demonstrates overall academic excellence with a career objective in the Housing Industry.

No Application Required
Christian Martinelli Memorial Award
Up to $1000
To one student who is enrolled as a full-time fourth-year student in the Architectural Science program; has a clear academic standing; enrolled in the Building Science option; demonstrate leadership in group situations;demonstrate ability to be a consensus builder in team learning situations; and demonstrate passion for Building Science within Architecture, including extracurricular activities.
Contact the Department of Architectural Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6483 for procedures and/or applications.
Ontario Association of Architects Award
Up to $2000 x 2
Two awards recognizing students with the overall highest academic achievement in first, second, third or fourth year of the Architectural Science program.
1 Medal
One medal recognizing a graduating student with the highest grade in the Architectural Option.
No Application Required
Snohetta Scholarship
Up to $5000

To be eligible for this award a student must be registered as a full-time undergraduate student, must be enrolled in the fourth-year Architectural option in the Architectural Science Department at Ryerson University, must have a clear academic standing, and must have the highest CGPA in third year.
No Application Required
Tomjenovic Scholarships
Values to be determined.
Award criteria is being updated.
No Application Required
Toronto Society of Architects Award
Up to $1000

Award recognizes an undergraduate student in their final year of studies in the Architectural Science program who has completed an outstanding project situated in the Toronto/Greater Toronto area.
No Application Required
WZMH Architects Award
Up to $1000
For highest overall grade in second-year Design Studio.
No Application Required
Chemical Engineering Co-op

Contact the Department of Chemical EngineeringNew window at 416-979-5217 if you have any inquiries regarding the awards listed below.

Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Adhesives and Sealants Manufacturer’s Association of Canada (ASMAC) Award
Up to $1000
For a student who is currently enrolled full-time in the third year (6th semester) of the Chemical Engineering Co-op program, who demonstrates academic achievement in Organic Chemistry and Chemical Engineering courses, and demonstrates financial need.
Contact the Department of Chemical EngineeringNew window at 416-979-5217
John Beck Scholarship
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student in their second year of study in the Chemical Engineering program, must have a clear academic standing, and must have the highest CGPA after the first year of undergraduate Chemical Engineering.
Contact the Department of Chemical EngineeringNew window at 416-979-5217
Department of Chemical Engineering Awards
Up to $500 x 10
Awarded to two students in each year of program for high academic achievement.
No Application Required
Esch Foundation Award
Up to $1000

To five undergraduate students enrolled full-time in the Chemical Engineering Program for high academic achievement.
No Application Required
Dr. Robert A. Guerriere Award
Up to $2000
For a student who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement in the final year of the undergraduate Chemical Engineering Co-op program; applies to, is accepted to and registered in a post-graduate program (preferably at Ryerson) in the year following graduation from Ryerson; demonstrates financial need; must be Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; and must be an Ontario resident.
Contact the Department of Chemical EngineeringNew window at 416-979-5217
Jack Roy Longstaffe Memorial Scholarship
Up to $1000
For highest academic achievement in third-year (6th semester) of the Chemical Engineering Co-operative program and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the Department of Chemical EngineeringNew window at 416-979-5217
Sarwan Sahota Award
Up to $1000
For a student currently enrolled full-time in the second or third year of the Chemical Engineering Co-op program. The award recognizes academic achievement in first or second year. Student must demonstrates financial need.
Contact the Department of Chemical EngineeringNew window at 416-979-5217
Marcelo Konig Sarkis, P. Eng Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Be enrolled as a full-time student in the Chemical Engineering program. Be enrolled in 3rd or 4th year of study in the program. Have a minimum CGPA of 3.00. Must submit a written statement (500 words) outlining international extracurricular involvement and interest in intellectual Property through either: pursuing a patent or industrial design and/or interest in pursuing a career in patents relevant to their engineering studies.
Contact the Department of Chemical EngineeringNew window at 416-979-5217
Civil Engineering

Contact Civil EngineeringNew window at 416-979-5000 ext. 6452 for procedures and/or applications.

Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
American Concrete Institute - Ontario Chapter Scholarship
Up to $500
For overall academic proficiency and demonstrated understanding of the properties of concrete through design projects and technical reports within the construction materials and structural design courses in third year.
No Application Required
Nick Barbieri Memorial Award (Sponsored by Concrete Forming Association of Ontario)
Up to $440

For demonstrated interest, experience or background in the construction industry and a clear academic standing.
No Application Required
Canadian Institute of Steel Construction Ontario Region Scholarship
Up to $2000
To the full-time undergraduate Civil Engineering student who achieves the highest academic grade in the Structural Design course CVL 411.
No Application Required
Concrete Forming Association Of Ontario Award

Up to $440
For the female student with the highest academic standing in the second-year environmentally related courses, including hydrology, fluid mechanics, hydraulic engineering and environmental science for engineers.

Up to $440 x 2
For demonstrated interest, experience or background in the construction industry and a clear academic standing.

No Application Required
Dan Dorcich Memorial Award (Sponsored by Concrete Forming Association of Ontario)
Up to $440

For demonstrated interest, experience or background in the construction industry and a clear academic standing.
No Application Required
EllisDon Corporation Award
Up to $1000

Open to students who have successfully completed second year of the Civil Engineering program and are currently enrolled in third year of study with a full course load, must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00 at the time of the award selection, must have completed infrastructure and transportation courses, and must demonstrate leadership abilities.
EllisDon Corporation Award Application Form
Greater Toronto Sewer and Watermain Contractors Association Awards
Up to $2300

Open to students who will be entering their third year of full-time undergraduate studies in Civil Engineering; have a record of academic excellence, as demonstrated by a minimum CGPA of 3.00 at the end of third year; and demonstrate financial need.
GTSWCA Award Application and Budget Form
Heavy Construction Association of Toronto Awards
Up to $1500 
The award is open to two students who have demonstrated academic achievement in second year and third year of the undergraduate Civil Engineering program.  Must have demonstrated academic excellence in courses related to structural and materials engineering and displayed an interest in the field of heavy construction. Must attain a minimum 3.00 CGPA, be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident, and must demonstrate financial need.
Heavy Construction Association of Toronto Award Application and Budget Form
Gerald W. Jackson Scholarship
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be registered as a full-time undergraduate second year student in FEAS in Civil Engineering, must have a clear academic standing, must have a minimum CGPA of 3.33, and must demonstrate design excellence in the cornerstone first year design project based on the grade.
No Application Required
Paul Krejcir Memorial Award
Up to $1000

For a student who is entering second, third or fourth year of the Civil Engineering program, has demonstrated academic achievement in geotechnical engineering, demonstrated leadership qualities and well-rounded academic life.
Paul Krejcir Memorial Award Application and Budget Form
Ledcor Construction Limited Award
Up to $2000
To recognize the combination of extra-curricular contributions in the field of study related to Architecture/Building/Construction and the academic achievements of a student enrolled full-time at the time of award selection in the third or fourth year program of study in Civil Engineering or Architectural Science.
Ledcor Construction Limited Award Application
Jack Roy Longstaffe Memorial Scholarship
Up to $1000
For high academic standing in the second year of the Civil Engineering program and demonstrated financial need.
Jack Roy Longstaffe Memorial Scholarship Application and Budget Form
Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education Award
Up to $1250
Open to second, third or fourth-year students who are enrolled in a full-time engineering program; demonstrate high academic achievement (minimum CGPA of 3.00); demonstrate leadership through involvement in professional affairs and/or extracurricular activities related to the engineering profession, including the holding of an executive senior position in the Engineering Society, Engineers without Borders Chapter, Women in Engineering or participation in an engineering competition. One recipient from the Department of Civil Engineering will be chosen by the Departmental Awards Committee based on the above criteria.
No Application Required
James H. Rattray Memorial Award
Up to $200
For high academic achievement - first year.
No Application Required
James Ross Memorial Scholarship (Sponsored by the Metropolitan Toronto Road Builders' Association)
Up to $1000 x 3
For outstanding academic achievement with a strong understanding of the practical applications of the program and participation in extracurricular activities over the first three years of the Civil Engineering program.
No Application Required
Stantec Consulting Ltd. Award
Up to $1650

Will be awarded to a fourth-year full-time undergraduate student in the Civil Engineering program, who demonstrates academic excellence and interest in pursuing a career in the area of environmental, structural or transportation engineering and has demonstrated financial need.
Stantec Consulting Ltd. Award Application
Toromont Industries Ltd. Award
Up to $1000
For a fourth-year student in Civil Engineering who demonstrates academic excellence with a minimum CGPA of 3.30 and is completing a degree project in the area of either environmental, structural or transportation engineering.
No Application Required
Jan Zubko Memorial Scholarship
Up to $220
For academic achievement - second year.
No Application Required
Scholarship Name Application
Required
Geomatics Option  
Association of Ontario Land Surveyors Educational Foundation Awards

Up to $1000 x 2
Presented to a third-year student entering fourth year of the Geomatics Engineering option who has demonstrated academic excellence in third-year engineering courses and is contributing to social activities at the university or in the broader community.

Up to $1000 x 2
Presented to a third-year student entering fourth year of the Geomatics Engineering option whose fourth-year project involves survey law, cadastral studies, land tenure or land and geographic information systems.

Up to $1000
Presented to a third-year student entering fourth year of the Geomatics Engineering option whose fourth-year project includes aspects of surveying, GPS, digital mapping, geospatial information systems or remote sensing.

No Application Required
John Duncan Barnes Geodetic Sciences Scholarship
Up to $440
To recognize the academic achievement of a full-time third-year undergraduate student entering fourth year of the Geomatics Engineering Option with clear academic standing and a minimum GPA of 3.00 in their third year of studies; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or a Protected person.
No Application Required
Canadian Institute of Geomatics Student Membership Award
One-year membership
For demonstrated interest in Geomatics Engineering.
No Application Required
T. Shanmugarajah Geomatics Award
Up to $1000

For a full-time third-year undergraduate student entering fourth year of the Geomatics Engineering option who has a record of academic excellence as demonstrated by a 3.00 CGPA at the end of third year; be registered in the fourth-year Geomatics Engineering option; demonstrates high academic standing in the third-year Civil Engineering courses; and fourth-year project includes aspects of digital mapping, photogrammetry, remote sensing, satellite positioning, and surveying.
No Application Required
J. Vinklers Scholarship
Up to $300
For a third-year undergraduate student entering fourth year of the Geomatics Engineering option who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in the Civil Engineering program.
No Application Required
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Walter Anderson Award in RF Communications
Up to $1000
To one student who has completed third year in Electrical and Computer Engineering, is currently enrolled full-time in fourth year; has demonstrated insight, interest, strong lab and skills in courses related to RF/radio/wireless propagation theory and practice; has demonstrated academic accomplishment within courses related to this field of study; and has maintained a minimum CGPA of 2.75 at the end of third year.
No Application Required
Brosz Forensic Services Inc. Scholarship
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this scholarship, a student must be enrolled as a full-time student in their fourth year of study in the Electrical and Computer Engineering program, have a clear academic standing, have a minimum CGPA of 2.00, and have the highest mark in theory and lab components in Sensor and Measurements.
No Application Required
Canadian Electronics Representative Association (CERA) Award
Up to $1000

Student must be enrolled full-time in their FOURTH year of study in Electrical or Computer Engineering and have a clear academic standing. Must have a minimum CGPA of 2.67, and must include an application letter of 500 words outlining interest in pursuing technical sales.
Contact the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at 416-979-5052 for procedures and/or applications.
Ingenium Group Jack Lemay Memorial Award
Up to $2500

For academic excellence in the third year of the program and for demonstrating an awareness and accomplishment in construction technology.
No Application Required
Aditya Jha Diversity Awards
Up to $3000
Aditya Jha Diversity Award for academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Awarded to two students enrolled in first, second or third year Computer Engineering; must be Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; must be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; special consideration will be given to all minorities including aboriginals, disabled persons, visible minorities & women.
Contact the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at 416-979-5052 for procedures and/or applications.
Professor Frank Juranka Memorial Scholarship
Award value to be determined.

For general proficiency and excellence in energy conversion - third year.
No Application Required
Dimitri Klimow Memorial Scholarship
Award value to be determined.

For academic excellence
No Application Required
Jack Roy Langstaffe Memorial Scholarship
Up to $1000

Jack Roy Langstaffe Memorial Scholarship for academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Students must be enrolled in full-time Electrical or Computer Engineering program with a minimum grade point average of 3.50, must demonstrate financial need by writing a personal letter and must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
Contact the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at 416-979-5052 for procedures and/or applications.
David Platnick Memorial Award
Up to $500

For general proficiency and excellence in design project performance - fourth year.
No Application Required
James H. Rattray Memorial Award
Up to $200

For academic excellence in first year.
No Application Required
Rockwell Automation Award
Up to $500

For general proficiency - second year
No Application Required
Michael Stechly Memorial Award
Award value to be determined.
For academic excellence.
No Application Required
Ed Towgood Award
Up to $170

Based on a final year thesis which demonstrates ingenuity, originality and innovation in its development and intuitive approaches to problem solving and has application to a broad base definition of communications including but not limited to computer communications. Preference will be given to a thesis focusing on Audio, Video, RF or other emerging communications field.
No Application Required
Gordon and Agnes (Twambley) Brash Award
Up to $3000

Gordon and Agnes (Twambley) Brash Award for academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Students must be enrolled in full-time Biomedical, Electrical or Computer Engineering program with a minimum grade point average of 3.50, must demonstrate financial need by writing a personal letter and must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
Contact the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at 416-979-5052 for procedures and/or applications.
Industrial Engineering
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Achievement Award
Up to $1000

Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents; demonstrate financial need; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00; be registered in Industrial Engineering on a full-time basis.
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
Institute of Industrial Engineers Student Chapter Awards
Up to $1000

Open to full-time third year or fourth year Industrial Engineering students; must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents; demonstrate financial need; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00; demonstrate excellent leadership in extracurricular activities (by involvement in student societies, organizing professional & social events, student teams, & competitions).
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
Anthony Muia Family Scholarship
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students at Ryerson University, have a clear academic standing, have the highest CGPA in first year, must be a female student enrolled in Industrial Engineering in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, must have completed first year and must be currently enrolled as a full-time student.
No Application Required
Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education Undergraduate Scholarships
Open to second, third and fourth-year undergraduate students enrolled full-time in CEAB (Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board) accredited programs within the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science.
Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education Undergraduate Scholarships Form
Robotics International/Society of Manufacturing Engineers Award
Up to $600
Awarded to both an Industrial and a Mechanical Engineering student. Awarded for academic excellence and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson General Scholarship
Up to $900
Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents and demonstrate financial need.  Awarded for high academic performance after third year.
No Application Required
Mechanical Engineering
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Robert K. Baxter Memorial Award
Up to $300
For good academic performance combined with the high grades in Thermofluids courses.
No Application Required
Dugald Cameron Memorial Award
Up to $300
For high academic standing and entrepreneurial activity combined with an innovative and creative approach to the program.
No Application Required
Canadian Congress of Applied Mechanics Award
Up to $1000
Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents. For a full-time Mechanical Engineering student who has completed third year and who demonstrates financial need and academic achievement in the study of Thermofluids with a minimum CGPA of 3.00.
Up to $1000
Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents. For a full-time Mechanical Engineering student who has completed third year and who demonstrates financial need and academic achievement in the study of Solid Mechanics with a minimum CGPA of 3.00.
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
Canadian Society For Mechanical Engineering Award
Up to $400
Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents. For outstanding academic achievement on the completion of the first year of the Mechanical Engineering program as evidenced by a minimum CGPA of 3.00 and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
CSME Student Gold Medal
Gold Medal
For outstanding academic achievement in the Mechanical Engineering program by a student completing third year.
No Application Required
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Achievement Award
Up to $1000

Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents; demonstrate financial need; have a minimum CGPA of 3.00; be registered in Mechanical Engineering on a full-time basis.
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
ISOT-International Society of Optomechanical Technologies Scholarship
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award as student must be enrolled as a full-time student in their fourth year of study in the Mechatronics Option of the Mechanical Engineering program, have a clear academic standing, have a minimum CGPA of 3.00, and have demonstrated excellence in their 5th and 6th semester of the Mechatronics Option in the Mechanical Engineering Program.
No Application Required
Leung Comsa Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, a student must be a female student enrolled as a full-time undergraduate in the second, third or fourth year of the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering program, must have a clear academic standing, have a minimum CGPA of 3.00, and must demonstrate student leadership through volunteer activities at Ryerson University by submitting a written statement which outlines their extra-curricular contribution to university life, to their school or academic department, or to Ryerson as a whole.
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
Jack Roy Longstaffe Memorial Scholarship
Up to $1000
For outstanding performance throughout the first three years of the degree program and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
North American Die Casting Association Chapter 10 Ontario
Up to $2000
Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents. Recognizes the academic achievement in Materials related courses of a full-time Mechanical Engineering student who is enrolled in the third or fourth year of the program.
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education Undergraduate Scholarships
Open to second, third and fourth-year undergraduate students enrolled full-time in CEAB (Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board) accredited programs within the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science.
Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education Undergraduate Scholarships Form
Michael Poczo Jr. Memorial Awards
Up to $2000 x 2

Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons; must be Ontario residents. Awarded to one third-year and one fourth-year student in the Mechanical Engineering program who demonstrates financial need. Recipients must have the unique ability to balance academic achievement, entrepreneurial thought, leadership and drive, and will demonstrate a high degree of professionalism, dedication to family, friends and colleagues, and the creativity and imagination associated with the discipline of Mechanical Engineering.
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
Robotics International/Society of Manufacturing Engineers Award
Up to $600
Awarded to both an Industrial and a Mechanical Engineering student. For academic excellence and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
Ron Wayman Rotary Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student in second, third or fourth year in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering program, must have a clear academic standing, must have a minimum CGPA of 3.00, must demonstrate financial need, and must demonstrate above average involvement in the community, demonstrating high ethical standard and 'service above self'.
Contact the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at 416-979-5303 for procedures and/or applications.
Chemistry and Biology
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Departmental Research Awards
Up to $1000

To recognize research and academic excellence; must be currently enrolled as a full-time student in the Department of Chemistry and Biology; have a clear academic record and a min CGPA of 3.00; have completed all first-year credits; completed a body of research (as a summer student, research volunteer or through the work study program).

Chemistry Faculty Award
Up to $1000
To recognize academic excellence; be currently enrolled as a full-time student in the Chemistry Program of the Department of Chemistry and Biology; have a clear academic record and a min CGPA of 3.50; have completed all first-year credits; demonstrate financial need.

Biology Faculty Award
Up to $1000

To recognize academic excellence; be currently enrolled as a full-time student in the Biology Program in the Department of Chemistry and Biology; have a clear academic record and a min CGPA of 3.50; have completed all first-year credits; demonstrate financial need.

Biomedical Science Faculty Award
Up to $1000

To recognize academic excellence; be currently enrolled as a full-time student in the Biomedical Science program in the Department of Chemistry and Biology; have a clear academic record and a minimum CGPA of 3.50; have completed all first-year credits; demonstrate financial need.

Contact the Department of Chemistry and Biology at 416-979-5313 for procedures and/or applications.
Department of Chemistry and Biology Excellence Award 2015-16
Up to $500

To the third-year student in Chemistry, Biology or Biomedical Science with the highest CGPA and having taken all the science courses up to their year as outlined in the Ryerson undergraduate calendar.
No Application Required
Dr. Robert A. Guerriere Scholarship
Up to $2100

To the student who achieves the highest standing in the fourth-year thesis and registering in a post-graduate program.
No Application Required
Frank G. Roughton Award
Up to $310
For highest academic achievement in the second-year Analytical Chemistry course.
No Application Required
Sarwan Sahota Award in Chemistry
Value to be determined.
To one undergraduate student enrolled in the B.Sc. in Chemistry program, for high academic achievement in the first year of the program; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident and must demonstrate financial need.
No Application Required
Eugene Wertyporoch Memorial Prize
Book Award
For highest academic achievement in Organic Chemistry.
No Application Required
Computer Science
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Sudharakan Aerath Memorial Award
Up to $200

For the highest overall standing in mathematics in the first four semesters.
No Application Required
Dr. Philip H. Byrne Memorial Award
Up to $240

For proficiency in physics including lab (for a student from the Department of Computer Science).
No Application Required
Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals Education Foundation Award
Up to $150

Based on achievement, initiative and innovation to one student who has completed third year in the Computer Science program and who has achieved academic excellence.
Contact Computer Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6977 for procedures and/or applications.
Lucia Flaim Award
Up to $1000
To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate full-time students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must identify as female students. In third or fourth year of study in the Department of Computer Science. Minimum CGPA of 3.67.
Contact Computer Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6977 for procedures and/or applications.
Jack Roy Longstaffe Memorial Scholarship
Up to $1000

For outstanding academic performance in third year and demonstrated financial need.
Contact Computer Science at 416-979-5000 ext. 6977 for procedures and/or applications.
James H. Rattray Memorial Award
Up to $200
For academic excellence in first year.
No Application Required
Financial Mathematics and Mathematics and its Applications
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Paul and Anna Maria Bonato Mathematics Scholarship
Up to $1000
To recognize academic excellence of an undergraduate student entering fourth year of the Mathematics and Its Applications program; must be currently enrolled as a full-time student in their fourth year of study in the Department of Mathematics; achieved the highest CGPA at the end of their third year; maintained a clear academic record; have taken all Mathematics courses up to their fourth year.
No Application Required
C. Roy Horney Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be registered as a full-time undergraduate student in a mathematics program in the Department of Mathematics in the fourth year of the program and have a clear academic standing; must achieve a minimum CGPA of 3.00 at the end of the third year of study; and must demonstrate an outstanding contribution to the athletic life and/or student life in activities such as involvement in varsity sports, course unions or other clubs and organizations at Ryerson University. Students will submit a letter of up to 250 words outlining their involvement in student activities and/or athletics at Ryerson University, providing any supporting material or reference letters in support of this application.
Contact the Department of Mathematics at 416-979-5079
Howard H. Kerr Memorial Scholarship
Up to $2000

Awarded to a full-time student in their third year of study with the Department of Mathematics who has achieved the highest CGPA at the end of their second year, has maintained a clear academic record, and has taken all Mathematics courses up to their third year as outlined in the Ryerson undergraduate calendar.
No Application Required
Math Guru Award for Women in Mathematics
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate full-time students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must identify as a female student and be registered in either Financial Mathematics or Mathematics and Its Applications programs. Must achieve a minimum CGPA of 3.00 in the year prior to applying. Personal statement (250 words) describing their contribution to lives of women in the mathematics programs and/or the Ryerson community in terms of leadership and volunteering.
Contact the Department of Mathematics at 416-979-5079
Mathematics Faculty Scholarship
Up to $1000

Presented to a student currently enrolled as a full-time student in their second year of study with the Department of Mathematics; achieved the highest CGPA at the end of their first year; maintained a clear academic record; have taken all Mathematics courses up to their second year as outlined in the Ryerson undergraduate calendar.
No Application Required
Medical Physics
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Fred N. Hainsworth Award for Medical Physics
For For academic excellence in the fourth year of the Medical Physics program; awarded to a student with a CGPA in the A- range who is committed to pursuing graduate studies.
No Application Required
Kela Medical Inc. Award
Open to students enrolled full-time in the Medical Physics program, who have clear academic standing, achieve the highest CGPA, and are enrolled in either the third or fourth year of the program.
No Application Required
Physics Faculty Scholarship
To be eligible for this award a student must be registered as a full-time undergraduate student in the Medical Physics program in the third year and have a clear academic standing; must achieve the highest CGPA at the end of the second year of study ensuring that the calculation was based on a minimum of four billing units in each semester.
No Application Required
Physics Undergraduate Alumni Award
Presented to a student enrolled in the third year of the Ryerson Medical Physics program whose five highest grades, in physics courses taken during the first and second years, yielded the highest average mark.
No Application Required
Accounting and Finance
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Anthony Capasso Memorial Award
Up to $1100
In memory of Anthony Capasso, CA who graduated from TRSBM in 2009, this award is for a full-time student in School of Accounting & Finance, who completed second year, has declared Accounting as their major, with the intent to complete a CPA designation. Must have a minimum CGPA of 3.0 and clear academic standing. All applicants must submit a 500 word essay outlining their career objectives in Accounting and their current community involvement in sports or volunteerism.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Ken Caplan Award in Auditing
Up to $2000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate full-time students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must be a third or fourth year student in the Accounting and Finance program with a minimum of 3.33 CGPA. Provide a short (250-400 word) statement on why they are interested in further study in auditing.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Catherine Lund Award (for students who completed 1st year)
Up to $3000 x 2
First-year full time students enrolled in the School of Accounting & Finance (SAF) who intend to major in Accounting are eligible to apply for this Award. Student must have completed first year of full time study, demonstrated overall excellence in their Introductory Accounting courses, and obtained an overall CGPA of 3.33.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Catherine Lund Award (for a student who completed 2nd year)
Up to $6000

To one year full-time student, completed 2nd year, enrolled for their 3rd year in the School of Accounting & Finance (SAF) Bachelor of Commerce program, in Accounting.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Catherine Lund Award (for an accounting student who completed 3rd year)
Up to $6100
To one 4th year full-time Accounting student enrolled in the School of Accounting & Finance (SAF) Bachelor of Commerce program, who demonstrates interest in the Accounting profession, is majoring in Accounting and demonstrated overall excellence in their 3rd year Accounting courses
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Catherine Lund Entrance Scholarship
Up to $3000 x 2

Open to students entering the 1st year of the School of Accounting & Finance (SAF) Bachelor of Commerce program who have demonstrated leadership potential through extracurricular events.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
CIBC Entrance Award for SAF (for students in their 1st year)
Up to $4000 x 4

Demonstrates leadership potential with essay on what you learned from leading. Events can be from school, community, activities and contributions where you have taken a leadership role and your personal reflection on what you have learned from those experiences.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
CPA Achievement Award
Up to $1000

Full-time students in the School of Accounting & Finance, who completed third year, declared Accounting or Finance as their major and intend to complete a CPA designation. Must have a minimum CGPA of 3.0 in the following courses: AFA 100, AFA 200, QMS 130 and ECN 204 and must have a Clear academic standing. All applicants must submit a one page essay outlining their interest in pursuing the CPA designation.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
CPA Gold Medal Scholarship
Up to $1000

Full-time students in the School of Accounting & Finance, who completed third year and are going to be graduating, declared Accounting as their major. Must have a minimum CGPA of 3.0 and minimum 3.0 GPA in the following courses: AFA 500, AFA 708 and AFA 619.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Dixon S. Chant Award
Up to $2250 x 2
Full-time 4th year Accounting majors in the School of Accounting & Finance, who had at the end of 3rd year, had a minimum 3.50 CGPA, demonstrated academic excellence and demonstrate financial need are eligible to apply for this Award. The Dixon S. Chant Award recipients will be those students who apply, demonstrate financial need and have the highest Cumulative Grade Point Average.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Ernst and Young Award
Up to $800
Full-time SAF student, who has completed 2nd year and declared Accounting as their major with overall academic excellence and demonstrated leadership qualities, extra co-curricular activities will enhance application and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Ernst and Young Scholarship
Up to $1000 x 2
Full-time second year students, who have declared Accounting as their major with overall academic excellence and demonstrated leadership qualities, are eligible to apply.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
George Alatopulos Scholarship in Tax
Up to $1500

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must be registered as undergraduate full-time students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must be enrolled in fourth year in the School of Accounting & Finance. Must have earned the highest grade in the course AFA500 Intermediate Accounting III, or equivalent.
No application required.
Heathwood Homes Scholarship in Finance
Up to $1000
In honour of Kevin Murphy at Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), Heathwood Homes has established the Heathwood Homes Scholarship in Finance to be awarded to a full-time student who has completed 1st year in the School of Accounting & Finance and has earned the highest grade in AFF 210: Principles of Finance. 
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Hogg, Shain and Scheck Professional Corporation Award
Up to $3900

To a full-time 4th year Accounting major in the School of Accounting & Finance, who had at the end of 3rd year, had a minimum 3.50 CGPA, demonstrated academic excellence and leadership qualities and demonstrates financial need.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Killin Family Award in Accounting
Up to $1100 x 4
Full time SAF students, completed 2nd year and who have declared their intention to major in Accounting in the School of Accounting & Finance, demonstrated good academic achievement with a minimum CGPA of 3.00, extracurricular involvement and financial need are eligible to apply. Must be a Canadian Citizen, a Permanent Resident, or a Protected Person and an Ontario Resident.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Laura McMackon-Eagle Investment Scholarship
Up to $500

For a full time student who has most successfully completed Investment Analysis and maintained a CGPA of minimum 3.00 throughout their academic career.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Norman and Stella Eversfield Award in Finance (for a finance student who completed 2nd year)
Up to $1000

To a full-time 3rd year Finance major student in the School of Accounting & Finance, who had at the end of 2nd year had a minimum 3.50 CGPA and demonstrates financial need.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Norman and Stella Eversfield Award in Finance (for a finance student who completed 3rd year)
Up to $1000

To a full-time 4th year Finance major student in the School of Accounting & Finance, who had at the end of 3rd year, had a minimum 3.50 CGPA and demonstrates financial need.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Ralph Alexander Myers Award
Up to $2900
Excellence in Accounting courses, completed their 2nd year of the Accounting program and demonstrating financial need.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
TEI Toronto Chapter Scholarship
Up to $1000
For a full time Accounting major who has the highest CGPA and was most successful in upper year Tax courses.
Contact the School of Accounting and Finance at 416-979-5000 ext. 3312.
Business Management
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Martha G. Billes Award
Up to $2500 x 7
To recognize the academic achievement and extracurricular involvement of one or more full-time undergraduate second, third or fourth-year students enrolled in Business Management; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need and overall excellence with a minimum CGPA of 3.00; demonstrate extracurricular involvement in the school and/or the community; demonstrate student leadership and initiative.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
BOMA – Toronto Awards in Real Estate Management
Up to $1000 x 3
For a student entering second, third, and fourth year of the Real Estate Management program in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management who excels academically and demonstrates financial need. One award is for a student entering second year and the remaining two awards are renewable for students who continue to meet the eligibility conditions when entering third and fourth year of the Real Estate Management program.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
James R. Bullock Award
Up to $1100
For outstanding academic achievement by a full-time student upon completion of the first year of the program.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Brian William Chant Award
Up to $4000
To provide two awards to undergraduate students entering third year at the Ted Rogers School of Management, majoring in Entrepreneurship, with a minimum grade point average of 3.00, an established financial need, and demonstrable impact, involvement, and leadership in a Ted Rogers School of Management club, society, association, or group.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
CIBPA Toronto/Ralph and Rose Chiodo Award in Entrepreneurship
Up to $1000

Eligible students must have completed their third year of full-time study and be enrolled in fourth year in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management, as an Entrepreneurship major, and must demonstrate financial need; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, must be an Ontario resident, and demonstrate academic standing with a minimum 2.67 CGPA at the end of third year. Must provide a Statement of Impact of up to two pages outlining activities that demonstrate entrepreneurial activity and social service that has created a significant positive impact on a marginal or underserved community.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Norman and Stella Eversfield Award in Human Resource Management - 4th Year
Up to $1350

To a full-time 4th year Human Resource Management major student in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management, who had the greatest increase in CGPA from year 3 to year 4 and demonstrates financial need.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Norman and Stella Eversfield Student Engagement Award in Human Resource Management
Up to $1350

To a full-time 3rd or 4th year Human Resource Management major student in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management, who had a minimum CGPA of 2.67 at the end of 2nd or 3rd year and demonstrate student engagement through involvement in student activities related to the field of Human Resources, including involvement in student groups, course unions, case competitions etc., or in external activities such as involvement in the Human Resources Professionals Association and demonstrates financial need
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Mary Foster Most Improved Student in Marketing Award
Up to $1000
Awarded to female student in the Marketing Major with the most improved CGPA at the end of third year compared to the end of first year; must have completed third year with a clear academic standing.
No Application Required
General Counsel and Secretary of the Board of Governors Scholarship in Law and Governance
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, a student must have completed second year and be enrolled in third year as a full-time program student in the School of Business Management in the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University, and must achieve the highest grade in LAW 604 Legal Foundations of Corporate Governance.
No Application Required
Deborah Greenfield Award
Up to $1100
Open to female students enrolled full-time in the Marketing major of the Ted Rogers School of Business Management; must have completed third year of the program; have a CGPA of 3.00 at the end of the third year; demonstrate excellence in leadership through participation in extracurricular activities in a Ryerson student club, their School, or volunteering in the community..
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
GTA Rewards Award
Up to $2500 x 2

To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student in their third or fourth year, majoring in Human Resource Management, must have a clear academic standing, achieve a minimum grade of 3.00 in Compensation Management MHR749, and attain a minimum CGPA of 3.00.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Chantal Hall Skinner Memorial Award
Up to $400
For academic excellence in either third or fourth year in any major, with emphasis on consulting, leadership or marketing.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Heathwood Homes Scholarship in Real Estate in Honour of Demetra Streda
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must have achieved the highest grade in REM400 Real Estate Finance.
No Application Required
Adrian Hordyk Award
Up to $800
In memory of Mr. Adrian Hordyk, the award will be awarded to a full-time student in the Entrepreneurship major, who has completed the third year of the Entrepreneurship program, achieved a minimum CGPA of 3.00, and has demonstrated an entrepreneurial spirit and a concern for helping others through activities on campus and in the community.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
HSBC Bank Canada Business Award
Up to $4100 x 8

To an undergraduate student in the Business Management program, who has complete second or third yea in any major, with a minimum CGPA of 3.00; must be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate leadership inside or outside of the Ryerson community, by participating in extracurricular activities.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
International Student Exchange Scholarships
Value to be determined.
For academic excellence and commitment to International Education.
No Application Required
Aditya Jha Entrepreneurship Award
Up to $3000
To one full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the second, third or fourth year of study in Business Management, majoring in the Entrepreneurship Program; must have achieved a minimum CGPA of 3.00 and demonstrated a commitment to entrepreneurship; must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; an Ontario resident and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Harold Kamin Entrance Award
$1000

To be eligible for this award, a student must be registered as an entering full-time or part-time undergraduate student in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management; have a minimum final overall high school average of 70%; worked gainfully and/or pursued entrepreneurial venture(s) and/or contributed into volunteer activities in the community or abroad, within three years of graduation from high school and the time entering the Ted Rogers School of Business Management; have an interest in entrepreneurship or retailing or real estate.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Kucher Award For Overall Excellence
Up to $1250
For academic excellence and extracurricular activities evidencing leadership.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Law and Business Faculty Award
Up to $1800

The Law and Business Faculty Award in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management will be awarded to a student in the Law and Business major, who has completed the fourth year of the Law and Business program, achieved a minimum CGPA of 3.33 upon graduation, and has demonstrated leadership and service to Law and Business Student Association and/or Law and Business students, and/or Department of Law and Business.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Arthur Lee Family School of Business Management Award
Up to $3850

Open to Ontario-resident students who are entering first-year Business Management with a grade 12 U/M average of 80% and demonstrated financial need.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Frances Lloyd Memorial Award
Up to $400
To a full-time student registered in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management who has completed second year with a minimum GPA of 3.00, and has shown the greatest improvement in GPA in second year from first year, and who is not receiving another student award.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Manulife Financial Entrance Award for Community
Up to $7400

To one full-time student entering first year with a minimum average of 80% in 6 Grade 12 U/M or equivalent courses; preference will be given to students whose primary residence is in the St. James Town area.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Beverly Mascoll Award
Up to $1000

To recognize a black female student in the first or second year of studies who exemplifies commitment to community service and demonstrated interest in entrepreneurship. Academic merit may also be considered.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Ontario Real Estate Association Scholarship
Up to $1000

To recognize a full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management who has achieved the highest GPA in the Real Estate Finance course. To be eligible students must be enrolled as full-time undergraduate students in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management, have a clear academic standing, and achieve the highest GPA in Real Estate Finance (FIN707).
No Application Required
Dom Petruccelli Award
Up to $1000

To a student in good academic standing with an interest in entrepreneurship and the ability to succeed in entrepreneurial endeavours.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
John J. Rieschi Memorial Scholarship
Up to $1000
To a full-time student with the highest CGPA on completion of the first three years of the Business Management degree and undertaking a full (minimum 805 course load) in the fourth year of the program at the time of the award presentation.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Ted Rogers School of Business Management Academic Achievement Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must have completed third year in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management and must have shown the most improved CGPA at the end of third year as compared to the end of first year. Must demonstrate achievement in personal, academic and professional success during undergraduate studies.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Ryerson HR Alumni Assoc. & Canadian HR Press Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled as a third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Human Resources Management program, have a clear academic standing with a minimum CGPA of 3.00, and must demonstrate commitment to volunteerism, preferably within the HR community/Ryerson community.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Peter Sharpe Program Awards
Up to $3400 x 5

Eligible students must have completed their first year of full-time study in the Ted Rogers School of Management, with the required common courses, must have declared a Real Estate Management major, must be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or a protected person, must be an Ontario resident, must demonstrate financial need, and must demonstrate academic achievement with a minimum CGPA of 3.50 at the end of the first year with a clear academic standing.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Peter Sharpe Renewable Program Awards
Up to $5000

Eligible students must have completed their first year of full-time study in the Ted Rogers School of Management, with the required common courses, must have declared a Real Estate Management major, must be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or a protected person, must be an Ontario resident, must demonstrate financial need, and must demonstrate academic achievement with a minimum CGPA of 3.50 at the end of the first year with a clear academic standing.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Peter Sharpe Student Engagement Academic Award
1 award (value to be determined)
First Award to be offered in 2015-16.

Eligible students must have completed their third year of full-time study in the Ted Rogers School of Management, as a Real Estate Management major, must be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or a protected person, must be an Ontario resident, must demonstrate financial need, must be currently enrolled in fourth year in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management as a Real Estate major, must demonstrate academic achievement with a minimum CGPA of 3.30 at the end of the third year with clear academic standing, and must demonstrate student engagement through involvement in student activities related to real estate management including student groups or course unions, case competitions or external activities in the field.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Sam Sniderman Award
Up to $2200

To an Entrepreneurship student demonstrating entrepreneurial flair and financial need
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management
at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Joey & Toby Tanenbaum Business Scholarships
Up to $8600 x 8

To one full-time student in each of the eight majors in the Bachelor of Commerce degree program entering second, third or fourth year, with a minimum CGPA of 3.33, Ontario residency status and demonstrated financial need. Must submit a 500 word essay demonstrating their service to the Ryerson community, as well as how this scholarship will make a difference to their education.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Joey & Toby Tanenbaum Award of Distinction for Excellence
Up to $20,000
To a full-time student in the Bachelor of Commerce degree program entering second, third or fourth year, with a minimum CGPA of 3.67, Ontario residency status, demonstrated financial need and demonstrated commitment to the Ryerson community and beyond. Must submit a 750 word essay demonstrating their service to the Ryerson community and beyond. Must also submit a letter of support documenting community service.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Marc Viola Human Resources Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students in the Ted Rogers School of Business Management, Human Resources program at Ryerson University. Students must be direct entry students in either third or fourth year of the program and must have achieved academic and community excellence prior to attending Ryerson University. Students must submit an essay (250-500 words) that outlines their academic achievements and community contributions prior to attending Ted Rogers School of Management and why they are a "rarity among their peers".
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
George Wong Scholarship in Business Management
Up to $1000

For a first or second year student demonstrating excellence in leadership and contribution to quality of student life.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Ray Young Marketing Award
Up to $1000

For a Marketing student who has the best aggregate performance in the following Marketing courses: Marketing Research MKT200 or Marketing Metrics and Analysis MKT300, and Consumer Behaviour MKT502 or Understanding Consumers and the New Media MKT400.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Business Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 6708.
Business Technology Management
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Dr. Catherine Aczel Boivie Scholarship
Up to $1000

Awarded to a student for achieving a high standing in the course ITM 410 Business Process Design at the end of their second year.
No Application Required
BTM Alumni Scholarship
Up to $3000

To be eligible for this award students must be enrolled as full-time degree students in their final year of the Business Technology Management program at Ryerson University, and have achieved the highest CGPA, based on their CGPA at the end of third year.
No Application Required
Ankit Chhibber Awards for Academic Excellence

Up to $1000
To a full-time student registered in the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management who has completed second year of the BTM program and is enrolled full-time in the third year of the program; be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; minimum CGPA of 3.00.

Up to $1000
An additional award will be disbursed: to a full-time student registered in the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management who has completed first year of the BTM program and is enrolled full-time in the second year of the program; be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person; be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need; minimum CGPA of 3.00.

Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
CIBC: Women in Business Technology Management Award
Up to $5000

Awarded to first-year undergraduate female students in the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management who have demonstrated leadership potential and initiative through involvement in extracurricular activities such as school or community clubs, organizations or events where they have taken a leadership role.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
Dave Codack Academic Achievement Award
Up to $2000

Awarded to an undergraduate full-time degree student demonstrating the greatest improvement in grade-point average at the end of third year compared to the grade-point average at the end of first year.
No Application Required
Co-op Excellence Award
Up to $2000

This award is for a co-op student with a superior cumulative grade point average on completion of Fall academic studies within the Business Technology Management program.
No Application Required
Director's Scholarship for Outstanding Performance in Second Year
Up to $2500

To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled as a third-year full-time undergraduate student in the Business Technology Management program at Ryerson University; must have achieved outstanding academic performance in courses: ITM301-IT Infrastructure, ITM305-Systems Analysis and Design, ITM410-Business Process Design, and ITM500-Data and Information Management.
No Application Required
Enbridge Gas Distribution: Database/Data Management Summer Employment Award
Summer Employment Opportunity

Awarded to a student who has achieved high academic standing in ITM500 Data and Information Management and a minimum 3.00 cumulative grade point average; is in third year & plans to return to fourth year studies; and is very interested in Database Administration and/or Data Management disciplines.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
Enbridge Gas Distribution - Infrastructure Management Summer Employment Award
Awarded to a full-time degree student who has achieved high academic standing in ITM 301 - I.T. Infrastructure and a minimum 3.00 cumulative grade point average; is in third year & plans to return to fourth year studies; and is very interested in telecommunications, networks, server & storage management and/or other I.T. Infrastructure disciplines.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
Enbridge Gas Distribution - Project Management Summer Employment Award
Awarded to a full-time degree student who has achieved high academic standing in ITM 750 - I.S. Project Management during the Fall term; who maintained a CGPA of 3.00 at the end of the Fall term; is in third year & plans to return to fourth year studies; and is very interested in the Project Management discipline.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
Excellence in a Capstone Graduation Project Award
Plaque

This award is for one undergraduate student group that has demonstrated an excellent quality project in the ITM90A/B graduation capstone project and demonstrated initiative, creativity, team collaboration, and deep client engagement.
No Application Required
Excellence in Part-Time Degree Award
Up to $1000

Awarded to an BTM part-time degree student with the highest cumulative grade point average upon completion of a minimum of twenty courses at the end of the Spring/Summer term.
No Application Required
Stan Heath Memorial Award
Up to $1900

To be eligible a student must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident, must demonstrate financial need, be a full-time student in the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management, have completed first, second or third year by the time of award application, have a minimum CGPA of 3.00, be in clear academic standing, and have demonstrated leadership and involvement in the Ted Rogers School of Management community with the intention of increasing awareness and advancing the reputation of the School and building partnerships with the external community.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
International Student Exchange Scholarship
$500

This scholarship is for a BTM student who has achieved high academic proficiency and is participating in the International Exchange program.
No Application Required
ISACA Student Award

Up to $1000
Awarded to a full-time degree student achieving a high academic standing in ITM595 Auditing of Information Systems.

Up to $1000
Awarded to a Part-time Degree or Evening student achieving a high academic standing in ITM 595 Auditing of Information Systems.

No Application Required
Donald K. Jackson Award
Up to $2300

Awarded to a full-time student currently enrolled in second year of the BTM program, demonstrating leadership qualities while maintaining overall academic proficiency in first year.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
Barbara Kelsey Gold Medal Award
Plaque

Awarded to a team of students for outstanding performance in ITM700 Information Technology and Strategic Management and ITM800 Applied Feasibility Analysis. The award is given to the student team that produces the highest quality Strategic and Project Reports for its client company.
No Application Required
Barbara Kelsey Memorial Award
Up to $3200
Awarded to a student for superior academic performance in third-year degree studies, is currently registered in ITM 90A/B Graduation Project during the Fall academic semester.
No Application Required
Barbara Lynn Kelsey Memorial Scholarship
Up to $1400
Awarded for the highest academic standing in ITM700 Information Technology & Strategic Management and ITM800 Applied Feasibility Analysis.
No Application Required
Killin Family Award
Up to $1500

Awarded to a full-time student currently enrolled in the BTM program, demonstrating leadership qualities and commitment to entrepreneurial pursuits while maintaining overall academic proficiency; must be a Canadian citizens/permanent resident; must be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
Leadership Award for Overall Excellence
Up to $2000

To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled as a fourth-year full-time undergraduate student in the Business Technology Management program at Ryerson University, must be in good academic standing, have achieved a minimum CGPA of 3.00, achieved academic excellence, be involved in extra-curricular activities within TRSM or Ryerson, and be able to exhibit demonstrated leadership abilities.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
Marcelli-Paglieri Award for Part-time Degree Students
Up to $1000

Awarded to a BTM Part-time Degree student who has balanced full-time work with academics and community involvement.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
RRD Student Award
Up to $600

Awarded to a BTM full-time degree student who has completed the first year of the two-year degree completion program with a high CGPA.
No Application Required
Promising Scholar Award
Up to $2500

To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled as a second-year full-time undergraduate student in the Business Technology Management program at Ryerson University; must have achieved outstanding academic performance in courses: ITM100-Foundations of Information Systems, ITM107-Managerial Decision Making, and ITM207-Computer-Enabled Problem Solving.
No Application Required
Frances Prychidny Scholarship
Up to $1000

Awarded to a female part-time degree student who has completed a minimum of 30 credits as a part-time degree student enrolled in the Business Technology Management program and has achieved the highest CGPA.
No Application Required
Irene Sahota Award in Information Technology Management
Up to $1300

Awarded to a BTM student for high academic achievement in ITM 305 Systems Analysis & Design at the end of second year; must be a Canadian citizen/permanent resident; must be an Ontario resident; demonstrate financial need.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
THINKTeam Award
Up to $2000

To be eligible for this award, a student must be registered as a Ryerson full-time or part-time undergraduate program student in the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management (TRSITM), must be in good academic standing; must demonstrate financial need; must provide two letters of reference from TRSITM students, in support of the applicant's contribution to a collaborative environment within the program. Submit a personal essay (500 words) that outlines how you have contributed to a collaborative and supportive environment within the TRSITM program. Include examples such as how you have acted as a team-oriented student within the program and how you may have supported peers in their academic endeavours.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management-Business Technology Management at 416-979-5316 or email trsitm@ryerson.ca
Health Services Management
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Extendicare (Canada) Inc. Scholarship
Up to $500

For the highest grade point average upon completion of ten courses.
No Application Required
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Bento Sushi Food Service Award
Up to $2500

To be eligible for this award students must be enrolled as full-time undergraduate students entering third or fourth year of study in the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management with clear academic standing. Must successfully complete HTF100 Introduction to Foodservice and HTF201 Food and Beverage Cost Control Systems. Must have current or past work experience in the foodservice sector.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
F. Gerry Brander Memorial Award (Presented by CAA Central Ontario)
Up to $1000
For achievement of a high average standing in Tourism Concepts (HTT202), Travel Product Distribution (HTT303) and Tourism and Hospitality Policy (HTT509).
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Suzanne Bristow Memorial Award
Up to $1000

For achievement of the highest standing in the HTT607 Event Management project.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Bruce Bussell Memorial Scholarship
Up to $85
For completion of the New Skills Set Internship program with an essay on what they have gained from the New Skills Set experience.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Butterfield and Robinson Award
Up to $750 x 2

For the best sustainable tourism policy presented in HTT510.
No Application Required
Canadian Hotel Investment Conference Entrance Award
Up to $2000

For exhibiting high academic performance and a well-balanced combination of community, industry and scholastic activities prior to attending Ryerson.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Cara Operations Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award a student must be enrolled as a 3rd or 4th year full-time student in the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management and have a clear academic standing, and demonstrate an interest in the restaurant food and beverage industry as a career through recent courses taken and work or volunteer experience within the Restaurant Industry. A completed application must include a letter (maximum 500 words) outlining your demonstrated interest and experience in the restaurant food and beverage industry and why it is your career choice.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
CBRE Hotels Valuations and Advisory Group Award
Up to $1000
For highest standing in Tourism Concepts (HTT202) and Travel Product Distribution (HTT303). All applicants must be a full time student with a Clear standing in the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
CITAP The Hidi Nishi Award
Up to $1000 x2

To be eligible for this award students must be registered as undergraduate students in the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must have completed second year and progressing to third year, and have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.00. Must submit a short essay (250-400 words maximum) on the Asia-Pacific Inbound Tourism sector in Canada.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Collier's International Hotels Award
Up to $1500

For completing third year with high academic standing in HTA602 Financial Management for Hospitality/Tourism, work experience in the lodging sector of the hospitality industry and experience and/or interest in hotel real estate and/or financing plus an interest in assisting in the planning for the annual Canadian Hotel Investment Conference during fourth year.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Cyrus K. Cooper Award for Food and Beverage Excellence
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award students must be enrolled as full-time undergraduate students in the Hospitality and Tourism Management program and have a clear academic standing. Must have a minimum grade of B+ (3.33) in either HTF505 Restaurants from Concept to Operations or HTF506 Food and Beverage Operations. Be currently employed part-time in the Food and Beverage industry (or at a restaurant). Demonstrate voluntary student leadership and initiative activities at Ryerson University (or School or program level).
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
George B. Davidson Scholarship
Up to $530
For achievement of a high standing in Lodging Industry and Organization (HTL101) and Property Management Systems (HTL201); a significant contribution to the Hospitality and Tourism Management program through extracurricular and/or co-curricular activities.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Delta Hotels Hospitality and Tourism Scholarship
Up to $2000
For academic merit, demonstrated leadership and involvement in community and campus organizations; offered to a student entering second year.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Director's Award of Excellence
Up to $1000
To the graduate with the highest CGPA and exhibiting a commitment to excellence in academic course work.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
William M. Duron Research Award
Up to $3200

To be eligible for this award, a student must be registered as a full-time third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Hospitality and Tourism Management program and have clear academic standing, have a minimum CGPA of 3.00, and must have completed Hospitality and Tourism Research Concepts (HTR741) with a GPA of 3.00 (B) or better. Must submit a 500 word (maximum) proposal that includes a statement of interest, your research idea, proposed method (approach to carry it out), and potential implications/benefits of the research, and a current resume.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Entrance Awards
Up to $3000

For exhibiting high academic performance and a well-balanced combination of community, industry and scholastic activities prior to attending Ryerson.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts Entrance Award
Up to $2000 x 3
For exhibiting high academic performance and a well-balanced combination of community, industry and scholastic activities prior to attending Ryerson. (Renewable at $1000.00.)
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Peter Fyvie Entrance Award in Hospitality
Award valued to be determined

To be eligible for this award, students must: be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, be an Ontario resident, demonstrate financial need, entering Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management for the first time, be currently enrolled full-time in the program, have demonstrated academic achievement through provision of official transcripts (college) or high school grades, demonstrate in writing, a clear understanding of your motivation for selecting Hospitality and Tourism Management as your field of study at the university level, and demonstrate past community, industry and scholastic achievements.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Granite Club Award in Memory of Sarah Threapleton
Up to $1500
To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students in the Hospitality and Tourism Management program at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Completed third year of the Hospitality and Tourism Management program with a minimum CGPA of 2.67 (B-). Experience in a Canadian Club Management environment with a clear demonstration of contributions to the club and dedication to pursuing a career in hospitality.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Valerie Gray Scholarship (Sponsored by the Foodservice Purchasing Association of Canada)
Up to $1000

For achievement of high standing in Hospitality Purchasing and Distribution Systems, demonstrated interest in the purchasing aspect of the foodservice industry and demonstration of financial need.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Gray Line Toronto Award
Up to $200 x 5
Awarded for the best research paper in HTR841 Research and Data Analysis.
No Application Required
Greater Toronto Hotel Association Awards
Up to $4000
Student must have completed first year of the Hospitality and Tourism Management program with a clear academic standing and enrolled full-time in second year of the program; achieve high academic standing with a minimum GPA of 3.00 in the following first year HTM courses: Introduction to Foodservice, Lodging Organization and Operations, and Tourism Concepts; demonstrate financial need; must be a Canadian citizen/permanent resident; must be an Ontario resident.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Jack Healey Memorial Award
Up to $160
For achieving the highest academic standing in Banquet and Catering Management, demonstrating ability as a catering manager and completing six semesters of the program.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Hospitality and Tourism Management Annual Fund Articulation Award
Up to $1000

Awarded to a student who has successfully completed a diploma at a community college and has high academic standing in the first year of studies at the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
No Application Required
Hospitality and Tourism Management Annual Fund Entrance Award
Up to $2000

For exhibiting high academic performance and a well-balanced combination of community, industry and scholastic activities prior to attending Ryerson.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Hospitality and Tourism Management Annual Fund Quality Service Award
Up to $1000

Awarded to a student with a high academic standing in Service and Professionalism (HTH102); based on a combination of academic performance, hospitality work experience, extracurricular involvement (activities and honours) and personal attributes.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Hospitality and Tourism Management Annual Fund Research Award
Up to $1000

Awarded to a student with high academic standing in Research and Data Analysis (HTR841); based on a combination of academic performance, hospitality work experience, extracurricular involvement (activities and honours) and personal attributes.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Jack O. Hurlbut/Bitove Foundation Scholarship
Up to $2000
For achievement of a high average standing in HTF100, HTF200, HTF505 and HTF506; evidence of supervisory foodservice experience which meets the Bitove's five star objectives in cleanliness, service, presentation, friendliness and quality.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Intrepid Travel Responsible Tourism Award
To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as full-time undergraduate students enrolled in the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must have completed either Sustainable Tourism Development (HTT510) and/or Issues/Policies in Hospitality and Tourism (HTT509) courses, with a minimum GPA of 3.00. A completed application must include a personal essay (500 words) that outlines your commitment to sustainability.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Joel Lavine Memorial Award
Up to $750
For academic proficiency in the required core courses and demonstration of enthusiasm and involvement with the School of Hospitality and Tourism, and Ryerson in general, as well as involvement with fellow students.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
William (Bill) F. Lougheed Award
Up to $3000
To one third-year or fourth-year undergraduate student in Hospitality and Tourism Management who has demonstrated academic excellence and has an intention to minor in Human Resources; student must be currently enrolled in or have completed HTH503 (MHR523) and HTH601 (MHR405); must have clear academic standing with a minimum 3.00 (B) in both HTH503 and HTH601 (MHR405).
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Mandarin Restaurant Service Award
Up to $1000

For a third-year student who has demonstrated academic excellence and commitment in the service area in both HTH102 and HTH501; and attained a minimum 3.33 grade point average in both courses.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Marriott Hotel Canada Entrance Award
Up to $2500
For achievement of high standing in Hospitality Purchasing & Distribution Systems, demonstrated interest in the purchasing aspect of the foodservice industry and demonstration of financial need.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
MTCC, Walter Oster Award at the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management
Up to $7500
To be eligible for this award students must be registered as undergraduate students (full-time or part-time) entering their third or fourth year of study in the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management with clear academic standing. Must demonstrate financial need as determined by Ryerson University through completion of a detailed Budget Submission form. Must demonstrate interest in the convention/event sector with a 200 word essay.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Howard Muchnick Student Leadership Award
Award value to be determined.

To be eligible for this award, the student must be nominated by a member of the Ryerson community - this may include students, faculty, staff, or alumni. Must be a full-time undergraduate student enrolled in third year in the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Ryerson University with a clear academic standing. Must have made a voluntary extracurricular contribution to the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism or to the Ted Rogers School of Management or to Ryerson University or to their community as a whole.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
ONEIDA Silversmiths Canada Limited Award
Silverware Set and Storage Chest

To a graduate student for achievement of a high standing in all elective and required courses and best displays the concept of hospitality in the host/guest relationship, through a concern for achieving customer satisfaction.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Ontario Accommodation Association Award
Up to $500
To the student with the highest grade in HTT509 Issues/Policies in Hospitality/Tourism.
No Application Required
Renard Hospitality Search Consultants Award
Up to $500
For achievement of a high standing in Organizational Behaviour I (HTH601); and displaying a humanitarian approach toward fellow students.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson Commerce Society Student Leadership Award in Honour of the President of Ryerson University
Up to $1500
For demonstrating outstanding leadership and involvement in the Ted Rogers School of Management community; must embody the innovative spirit characterized by President Sheldon Levy, through execution of an inventive idea with the intention of improving the quality of student life at the School; be enrolled as a full-time student; have clear academic standing, with a minimum CGPA of 2.00; submit a 500 word letter outlining their achievements and the impact the innovative idea had on improving the quality of life for students, with emphasis on the impact on students within the Ted Rogers School of Management.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson Commerce Society Student Leadership Award in Honour of Dean Ken Jones
Up to $1000

For demonstrating outstanding leadership and involvement in the Ted Rogers School of Management community; must demonstrate their achievements in increasing awareness and advancing the reputation of the Ted Rogers School of Management as exemplified by Dean Ken Jones; be enrolled as a full-time student; have clear academic standing, with a minimum CGPA of 2.00; submit a 500 word letter explaining their involvement in any Ryerson University student group events, competitions and/or conferences on a local, national or international stage where the reputation of the Ted Rogers School of Management was enhanced.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson Commerce Society Student Leadership Award in Honour of Rita Lingner
Up to $1000

For demonstrating outstanding leadership and involvement in the Ted Rogers School of Management community; must demonstrate hard work and dedication to student group activities and events as characterized by Rita Lingner, Ted Rogers School of Management Building Facility Coordinator, through their involvement in a student group recognized by the Ryerson Commerce Society; be enrolled as a full-time student; have clear academic standing, with a minimum CGPA of 2.00; submit a 500 word letter outlining their membership in a student group recognized by the Ryerson Commerce Society within the Ted Rogers School of Management, and outline their achievements demonstrating their work and involvement in the organization and execution of student group activities through the Ted Rogers School of Management.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson Hospitality Alumni Association Entrance Award
Up to $1000

For exhibiting high academic performance and a well-balanced combination of community, industry and scholastic activities prior to attending Ryerson.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson Hospitality Alumni Association (RHAA) Green Award
Up to $750

Awarded to a second-year student with a CGPA of 3.00 or higher; based on a short essay on the topic of "What level of responsibility does the Hospitality industry have to operate in a sustainable manner? What are the benefits (financial and otherwise)? What contribution should students make to this effort?"
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson Hospitality Alumni Association (RHAA) Spirit of Community Award
Up to $1000

Awarded to a current student in any year of the program who has demonstrated an awareness of this value and has contributed in a significant way to the creation of professional connections for the school and students.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
J. Duff Shaw Award
Up to $3000
To one third or fourth-year undergraduate student in Hospitality and Tourism Management who has demonstrated academic excellence and commitment in areas such as extracurricular involvement; student must be currently enrolled in or have completed HTL503; must have clear academic standing with a minimum 3.00 (B) in HTL503.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel Award
Up to $1000
For achievement of a high academic standing in Service and Professionalism (HTH102), Advanced Service Management Systems (HTH501), Human Resources Administration (HTH503) and Advanced Hospitality Management (HTH706); previous work experience, and being the most service-oriented individual in the program.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Silver Hotel Group Award
Up to $2000

To be eligible for this award students must be registered as undergraduate full-time students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must be enrolled in their second year of study in the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management. Have successfully completed HTL 130 Lodging Management with a minimum GPA of 3.00 (B). Must submit a 300 word essay outlining their community and volunteer experience.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Maureen Sims Scholarship
Up to $1000

Awarded to one full-time student in the Hospitality and Tourism program who has clear academic standing and has achieved the highest GPA in the course Event Management HTT607.
No Application Required
Ted Rogers School of Management International Exchange Awards
Up to $500 x 4
Awarded to the students with the highest CGPA who are going on an exchange to partner institutions.
No Application Required
Paul Thompson Memorial Scholarship
Up to $2000
For academic proficiency in the first six semesters of the program; high level of effort/dedication and enthusiasm in pursuit of academic excellence; involvement in some co-curricular or extra-curricular activity within the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management or the Ryerson community-at-large.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Toronto Hong Kong Lions Club Entrance Scholarship
Up to $1500
For exhibiting high academic performance and a well-balanced combination of community, industry and scholastic activities prior to attending Ryerson.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Award
Up to $1000
For achievement of a high average in Lodging Organization and Operations (HTL101); successful work experience in the hotel sector of the industry; career aspirations directed to the hotel industry.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Tourism Toronto Awards
Up to $1500 x 2
For demonstrated academic excellence in HTT202, HTT303 and either HTT509 or HTT101; demonstrates an interest in pursuing a career in Hospitality and Tourism in the Greater Toronto Region which encourages tourists to visit the region or serves tourists while in the region.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Richard Wade, Professor Emeritus Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be registered as undergraduate full-time students at Ryerson University and have clear academic standing. Must be a Hospitality and Tourism Management student who has completed courses HTM 302 & HTM 402 (or equivalent), and who has achieved the highest combined grades in both courses.
No application required.
Colleen Walker and Robert Hudyma Entrepreneurship Award
Up to $1000

To a third-year student who exhibits a lively intellect, creativity and entrepreneurial ability; intent on pursuing a career in food and beverage, catering and/or event management; who has completed all required food courses and at least one elective course in food and beverage or event management.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Where Toronto Magazine Hospitality and Tourism Scholarship
Up to $500
For achievement of the highest standing in HTM604 Hospitality and Tourism Sales.
Contact the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at 416-979-5114 for procedures and/or applications.
Retail Management
Scholarship
Name
Application
Required
Michael Belcourt Award
Up to $3000
To a student who demonstrates strong innovative and entrepreneurial initiative in the Issues and Innovations course.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. Entrance Award
$3000
To be eligible for this award a student must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, must be an Ontario resident, must demonstrate financial need, must demonstrate a minimum high school average of 75% or more in their final year of high school, and must outline their commitment to the field of Retail Management. The award is renewable.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Dr. Elizabeth Evans Award in Retail Management
Up to $1000
To an undergraduate student who has maintained good academic standing (min CGPA 2.50) and has committed an exceptional amount of time and energy to the School of Retail Management and the students’ experience of the School.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
C. Fleming Spirit Award
Up to $1500
For a student with clear academic standing, who shows dedication in the area of retail, has demonstrated leadership and initiatives, and has improved the learning environment for fellow retail students.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Eric Grundy Award in Retail Management

Up to $1000
For a student with the highest GPA for direct entry into their first year in the program.

Up to $1000 x 2
For a part-time student who is working full-time in the retail sector to accomplish their goals.

Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Hudson's Bay Company Award in Retail Management

Up to $1000 x 2
For achieving an average of 75% to 79.9% in 6 best Grade 12 U/M courses, demonstrating outstanding potential to succeed in the Retail Industry and a clear academic standing in first semester

Up to $2500 x 5
For academic excellence and demonstrated potential to succeed in the Retail Industry.

Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Joe Jackman Award for Innovation
Up to $1000

To a student who demonstrates exceptional innovative talents in the area of Retail as well as maintaining a strong academic effort.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
W. C. Kitchen Award in Retail Management
Up to $1000

To a student with a min GPA of 3.00 or final high school grades with a min average of 75%, who has demonstrated ability, interest and/or motivation to succeed in the Retail Industry.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Lenscrafter Award in Retail Management
Up to $1000
To a student of the Ted Rogers School of Retail Management program with a min GPA of 3.00 or final high school grades with a min average of 75%, who demonstrate the ability, interest and/or motivation to succeed in the Retail Industry.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Loblaw Companies Limited Award in Retail Management

Up to $1000 x 2
For achieving an average of 75% to 79.9% in 6 best Grade 12 U/M courses, demonstrating outstanding potential to succeed in the Retail Industry and a clear academic standing in first semester.

Up to $2500 x 5
For academic excellence and demonstrated potential to succeed in the Retail Industry.

Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Nancy MacDonald Cineplex Entertainment Scholarship
Up to $1000
To be eligible a student must be registered as a full-time undergraduate student in the Ted Rogers School of Management, have a clear academic standing, and must achieve the highest grade in Service Quality Management (RMG303).
No Application Required
Mark's Work Wearhouse Ltd. Award in Retail Management
Up to $1100

For obtaining a GPA of 3.00 or higher and demonstrated ability, interest and/or motivation to succeed in the Retail Industry.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Edith Marshall Award (Sponsored by Dom Sports)
Up to $500
For academic achievement with a minimum GPA of 3.00 and based on a 250 word essay required on what their career goals will be upon graduating.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Garth Mitchell - Mark's Work Wearhouse Award
Up to $2200

Open to fourth-year students only; must have a minimum GPA of 3.50; demonstrated financial need; must be an Ontario resident; letter outlining passion for the Retail Industry, relevant work experience and academic/career aspirations.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Seymore Obront Award
Value to be determined.

Awarded to two students who are Canadian citizens, permanent residents; protected persons; Ontario residents; demonstrate financial need; enrolled full-time in the Retail Management program; have completed second year (1 award) or third year (1 award); have clear academic standing; minimum CGPA of 3.00 after their last completed year; know and have exposure to the shopping centre industry; demonstrate a strong commitment to the field of retail management and the shopping centre sector through internships and/or work experience.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Perennial Inc. Award in Creative Solutions
Up to $850

For students demonstrating excellence in creative solutions for retail business challenges as exemplified in the Retail Strategy course case studies.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Petro Canada Scholarship in Retail Management

Up to $3000
For student entering first year with the highest average in 6 best grade 12 U/M courses (renewable).

Up to $2300 x 3
For the previous year's award recipients in the second, third and fourth year of the program who have maintained a 3.00 GPA.

Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Ted Rogers School of Retail Management Alumni Award
Up to $800

In honour of an outstanding Retail Management alumnus who has excelled in the retail industry and has continued to take part actively in the Ryerson Retail Alumni Association (RRAA), the TRSRM Alumni Award in the Ted Rogers School of Retail Management will be awarded to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Retail Management program who has achieved a minimum CGPA of 2.5, completed at least 20 credits, and demonstrated a commitment to the School via student group(s) or volunteering for events hosted by the School. This is a non-renewable award.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson Commerce Society Student Leadership Award in Honour of the President of Ryerson University
Up to $1500

For demonstrating outstanding leadership and involvement in the Ted Rogers School of Management community; must embody the innovative spirit characterized by President Sheldon Levy, through execution of an inventive idea with the intention of improving the quality of student life at the School; be enrolled as a full-time student; have clear academic standing, with a minimum CGPA of 2.00; submit a 500 word letter outlining their achievements and the impact the innovative idea had on improving the quality of life for students, with emphasis on the impact on students within the Ted Rogers School of Management.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson Commerce Society Student Leadership Award in Honour of Dean Ken Jones
Up to $1000

For demonstrating outstanding leadership and involvement in the Ted Rogers School of Management community; must demonstrate their achievements in increasing awareness and advancing the reputation of the Ted Rogers School of Management as exemplified by Dean Ken Jones; be enrolled as a full-time student; have clear academic standing, with a minimum CGPA of 2.00; submit a 500 word letter explaining their involvement in any Ryerson University student group events, competitions and/or conferences on a local, national or international stage where the reputation of the Ted Rogers School of Management was enhanced.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Ryerson Commerce Society Student Leadership Award in Honour of Rita Lingner
Up to $1000

For demonstrating outstanding leadership and involvement in the Ted Rogers School of Management community; must demonstrate hard work and dedication to student group activities and events as characterized by Rita Lingner, Ted Rogers School of Management Building Facility Coordinator, through their involvement in a student group recognized by the Ryerson Commerce Society; be enrolled as a full-time student; have clear academic standing, with a minimum CGPA of 2.00; submit a 500 word letter outlining their membership in a student group recognized by the Ryerson Commerce Society within the Ted Rogers School of Management, and outline their achievements demonstrating their work and involvement in the organization and execution of student group activities through the Ted Rogers School of Management.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
SAAN Stores Ltd. Award in Retail Management
Up to $850

For the highest grades in Buying I and Buying II courses with a minimum GPA of 3.00.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Sears Canada Award (In Honour of William R. Turner)
Up to $2100

For excellence in volunteerism and high academic standing.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Sears Canada Inc. Award in Retail Management

Up to $1000 x 2
For achieving an average of 75% to 79.9% in 6 best Grade 12 U/M courses, demonstrating outstanding potential to succeed in the Retail Industry and a clear academic standing in first semester

Up to $2500 x 5
For academic excellence and demonstrated potential to succeed in the Retail Industry.

Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Donna Smith Award in Retail Management
Up to $1100

For outstanding potential to succeed in the Retail Industry with a min GPA of 3.00 or final high school grades with a min average of 75%.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Gerald and Brian Smith Award
Up to $660

Awarded to one third-year undergraduate student in good academic standing who is enrolled in GEO419 Geodemographics in the School of Retail Management.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Sport Chek Excellence Award in Retail Management
Up to $1500 x 2
For excellence in sports and high academic standing, 3.00 or higher.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
STAPLES Business Depot Scholarship in Retail Management
Up to $2500
For a student entering first year with the second highest average in best 6 Grade 12 U/M courses and demonstrated the potential to succeed in Retail (renewable).
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Anne Tait Memorial Award
Up to $1000

To be eligible for this award, students must be enrolled as full or part-time undergraduate students in the Retail Management program and have a clear academic standing; must have a minimum CGPA of 2.67; be employed within the retail industry; demonstrate leadership in the workplace and/or Ryerson community and have a desire to pursue a career in this field after graduation.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
TJX Canada Awards
Up to $2500 x 5

For academic excellence and demonstrated potential to succeed in the Retail Industry.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
Wal-Mart Canada Inc. Award in Retail Management

Up to $1000 x 2
For achieving an average of 75% to 79.9% in 6 best Grade 12 U/M courses, demonstrating outstanding potential to succeed in the Retail Industry and a clear academic standing in first semester.

Up to $2500 x 5
For highest academic standing and demonstrated potential to succeed in the Retail Industry.

Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.
George Wong Scholarship in Retail Management
Up to $1100

For a first or second-year student demonstrating excellence in leadership and contribution to the quality of student life.
Contact the School of Retail Management at 416-979-5000 ext. 7282 for procedures and/or applications.