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Faculty of Community Services

Due to COVID-19, FCS graduate and undergraduate student awards have been moved to the Winter Term for the 2020-2021 academic year.  

FCS awards for undergraduate students will be open for applications from January 18th until February 5, 2021 on AwardsSpring. The deadline is traditionally extended by one or two weeks if we are seeking more applications at that time.

FCS awards for graduate students will also be open for applications from January 18th until February 5, 2021 with a possibility of an extension. Graduate award applications will be hosted directly on the FCS awards website later this term. The FCS graduate student awards that will be hosted on AwardSpring are the John Austin Award and the FCS Aboriginal Student Success Awards, as they are open to both undergraduate and graduate students.  

These deadlines only apply to awards administered by the Faculty of Community Services. Please encourage students to check other departments as those deadlines may be different.  

Any questions can be directed to Dani Gomez-Ortega at dgomezor@ryerson.ca.

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