Major Admission Awards
Students who demonstrate superior academic ability, creative and original thinking, involvement in school or community activities, and proven leadership qualities can apply for a major admission award. Financial need is also a consideration for some of our major admission awards. You may apply for one or all of these awards listed below by submitting a single Major Admission Award Application. The deadline to submit your application to the Student Awards Office is December 1, 2016.
All interested students need to complete application and hand it into Student Services by Tuesday Nov. 29th by 12pm.
If financial need is a criterion of a Major Admission Award you are interested in applying for, you must submit an Admission Bursary Application in addition to the Major Admission Award Application. The Admission Bursary Application will be available on your SOLUS Student Center.
Apply for admission to Queen’s through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) prior to the Major Admission Award Application deadline. If you are unable to apply for admission online through OUAC prior to December 1 (i.e. you have not received your PIN number from you high school), you can still apply for a major admission award, and the application must still be submitted by December 1).
Total Value = $36,000
|Program of Study||All|
|High School Grades||90%+|
|Duration||Renewable for 3 subsequent years (4 years total) provided a GPA of 3.5 is achieved in a full course load each year. Selected recipients will receive further information about renewal criteria.|
|Deadline to Apply||December 1, 2016|
|Admission Bursary Application Required||No|
For more information and application please visit Queen’s University-Student Awards.
University of New Brunswick
The University of New Brunswick will be hosting a “Future Student Night” on November 26th, at 1:00pm at the Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel. The session is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about UNB. 1-888-895-3344
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Fennell Campus, 135 Fennell Ave. West, Hamilton
- Learn about the programs offered at Fennell
- Get to know campus life and the environment
- Attend hands on workshops with professors
- To register for this event:
Carleton University Enriched Support Program
The Enriched Support Program (ESP) and the Aboriginal ESP (AESP) at Carleton University were created for promising individuals who may not meet traditional entrance requirements. They offer the opportunity to qualify for degree admission while earning first-year university credits and strengthening academic skills.
ESP/AESP Information Nights April 19th, May 17, or June 8 at 7:00pm
R.S.V.P. to 613-520-2804 or email@example.com
Humber College Liberal Arts & Sciences
Humber’s General Arts and Science Pathways Programs are great choices for students who have not yet decided on their field of future study or who want to upgrade their skills before moving on to another college or university program. If students desire maximum flexibility and maximum transfer credits to other institutions, then the right fit is important. Humber has four programs, each designed to match students’ interests and educational needs.
- University and College Transfer Certificate
- University Transfer Diploma
- Health and Science Certificate
- Technology Certificate
For more information, contact Humber College at 416.675.6622