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Student Awards

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In addition to faculty-wide awards for students, the Faculty of Community Services has the following awards dedicated to Indigenous students. 

Visit the AwardSpring website for full details and to apply.

The Durst Family Award for Indigenous Students supports Indigenous students who are enrolled in a full-time or part-time undergraduate program of study in the Schools of Child and Youth Care, Disability Studies, Early Childhood Studies, Social Work, and Urban and Regional Planning.

Successful applicants will receive a monetary award.

The Faculty of Community Services Aboriginal Student Success Awards support Aboriginal undergraduate and graduate students in the Faculty of Community Services who have shown engagement with and/or commitment to Indigenous communities.

Successful applicants receive a monetary award.

The Toronto Eglinton Rotary Club / Dr. Robert McClure Award in Health Science Award supports Aboriginal students pursuing a degree in a full-time, undergraduate Health Sciences program in the Faculty of Community Services (Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Midwifery Education Program, the School of Occupational and Public Health or the School of Nutrition). The award was created to honour the work of Dr. Robert McClure, an outstanding humanitarian, gifted surgeon, the first lay Moderator of the United Church of Canada and member of the Toronto Eglinton Rotary Club.

Successful applicants will receive a monetary award.

The Faculty of Community Services Aboriginal Student Success Awards support Aboriginal undergraduate and graduate students in the Faculty of Community Services who have shown engagement with and/or commitment to Indigenous communities. 

Successful applicants will receive a monetary award.