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Scholarships & Awards

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Each year, Ryerson University and the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science (FEAS) offer numerous entrance scholarships to incoming students who are accepted into an engineering program. The university and the Department of Chemical Engineering also offer awards for students that continue studies in their respective programs after first year. There are unique eligibility criteria for each of the entrance scholarships and the awards available to current students. More information on this can be found below.

$100K+ in entrance scholarships for future Ryerson students

5+ department awards and scholarships for current students

$8K+ in chemical awards and scholarships for current students

Visit Ryerson’s Scholarships and Awards page for a comprehensive listing of all entrance scholarships available to students who are accepted into a program at the university. Visit FEAS’s Entrance Scholarships page for more information and application forms for entrance scholarships specific to students who are accepted into an engineering program.

To be considered for the awards and scholarships in the table below, visit the university's scholarships and awards platform, external link, log in with your Ryerson account credentials, and enter the necessary application information. You'll be automatically matched with all scholarships and awards relevant to you and for which you're eligible, and there is no additional application required. The department will contact you if you're selected for any of these.

Scholarship/Award Name Description/Eligibility Criteria
Adhesives and Sealants Manufacturers Association of Canada (ASMAC) Award
  • For a student who is currently enrolled full-time in the 4th year (6th semester) of the Chemical Engineering Co-op Program, Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science.
  • The Adhesives and Sealants Manufacturers Association of Canada (ASMAC) Award is a financial award that recognizes academic achievement in CHY224-Organic Chemistry and Chemical Engineering courses, and demonstrates financial need.
  • Must be a full-time Ryerson University student enrolled in the 4th year (6th semester) of the Chemical Engineering Co-op Program. 

 

Chemical Engineering Faculty AwardsChemical Engineering Faculty Awards
  • For a student who has completed  1st, 2nd, 3rd (i.e., currently in 7th semester) and 4th year  (i.e., (has graduated)  and is currently enrolled full-time in the Chemical Engineering Co-op program, Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science and has a clear academic standing. They must also have a high cumulative Grade Point Average after completion of each year of the Chemical Engineering Co-op program. 
  • Must be a full time Ryerson University student that has completed all required courses in 1st, 2nd year, 3rd year and 4th year of the Chemical Engineering Co-op program.

 

Jack Roy Longstaffe Memorial Scholarship
  • For highest academic achievement in the 4th year (6th semester) of the Chemical Engineering Co-op Program. The Jack Roy Longstaffe Memorial Scholarship is a financial award that recognizes academic proficiency and financial need.  
  • Must be a full-time Ryerson University student enrolled in the 5th year (7th semester) of the Chemical Engineering Co-op Program.
John Beck Scholarship
  • For a student who is currently enrolled full-time in the 2nd year of the Chemical Engineering Co-op Program, Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science and has a clear academic standing. They must also have the highest cumulative Grade Point Average after completion of the 1st of the Chemical Engineering Co-op Program.
  • The John Beck Scholarship is an award that recognizes academic achievement in 1st year. 
  • Must be a full-time Ryerson University student enrolled in the 2nd year (3rd semester) of the Chemical Engineering Co-op Program. 

 

Marcelo Konig Sarkis, P.Eng Award
  • A full-time  4th year student ( 6th or 7th semester) enrolled in the Chemical Engineering Department whodemonstrates involvement in an international extracurricular program and shows an interest inintellectual property through either: pursuing a patent or industrial design and/or interest in pursuing a career in patents relevant to their engineering studies.
  • Must be a full-time undergraduate Chemical Engineering student, enrolled in  4th year, and have clear academic standing (minimum of 3.0 CGPA). 
Sarwan Sahota Award
  • For a student who is currently enrolled full-time in the 2nd or 3rd of the Chemical Engineering Co-op Program, Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science. 
  • The Sarwan Sahota Award is an award that recognizes academic achievement in 1st or 2nd year and demonstrates financial need. 
  • Must be a full-time Ryerson University student enrolled in the 2nd or 3rd year of the Chemical Engineering Co-op Program.