Engineering Awards & Scholarships 2017-2018 - Need-Based & Merit Based Awards
Application Schedule 22nd September - 2nd October

To apply for the Fall 2017 Faculty of Engineering Scholarships, please log onto the following URL and sign in using your Western University student ID and password.  Should you have any problem logging into the software please send an email to itemplem@uwo.ca with your name and student number.  No applications will be accepted after the 2nd of October and they must be submitted on-line. The following document is a brief outline of the application process - undergraduate/applicant_guide.pdf
https://westerneng.awardspring.ca/

*Please note: Values of Awards are estimates and are subject to change.
Some advertised awards may not be offered in 2017/2018. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Students Students must have a minimum of 70% year weighted average in the previous year (unless stated otherwise in the award description) to be eligible for NEED-BASED AWARDS. Students must also complete the Financial Assistance Profile via Student Center to apply for need-based awards. Students must have a minimum of 80% year weighted average in the previous year (unless stated otherwise in the award description) to be eligible for MERIT AWARDS.
PLEASE NOTE: Academic year refers to what year you are in this CURRENT YEAR!
 
Students will be notified via email if they have been successful by 30th October and the award ceremony will take place on the evening of November 16th.

DIRECT APPLICATION SCHOLARSHIPS

Cross Department Scholarships

Gavin and Jane Cameron Hamilton Award

 

Awarded annually to full-time undergraduate students, in any year of any program, with a minimum 70% average and demonstrated financial need, who are from the St. Thomas/Elgin County area. First preference will be given to students in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, with second preference to students in Physics, Chemistry or Engineering. Online financial assistance applications are available through Student Center and must be completed by September 30th. The Office of the Registrar will select the recipients. This award was established by Dr. Gavin Hamilton (MD '55) in memory of his parents, Gavin and Jane Cameron Hamilton.   Value: 2 at $2,000 Effective Date: 2016-2017 academic year Gavin and Jane Cameron Hamilton lived in St. Thomas for most of their lives, and believed in the great value of education.

Need

2

$2000.00

 

James Family Award

 

Awarded annually to an undergraduate student in Year 3 in the Faculty of Engineering, or the Faculty of Science, based on academic achievement and demonstrated financial need. Online financial assistance applications are available through Student Center and must be submitted by September 30th. The Office of the Registrar will select the recipient. This award was established by a generous gift from Mr. Michael James (BESc ’63) and Ms Jocelyne Robert in recognition of four generations of the James family as Western Alumni.   Value: 1 at $1,000 Effective Date: 2017-2018 academic year In 1906 Dr. Nathaniel Chamney James became Western's first President and Vice-Chancellor. In this role, he consolidated and strengthened the Faculty of Arts and lobbied for provincial support of a secular university. The award recognizes him and his ten descendants who are alumni.

Needs

1

 

 

Wescast Industries Continuous Learning Award

 

Awarded annually to an undergraduate student in any year in the Faculty of Engineering, or the Richard Ivey School of Business, who has demonstrated financial need, and maintained a minimum 70% average. Online financial assistance applications are available through Student Center and must be submitted by September 30th.   This award is offered through the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) program, and recipients must meet Ontario residency requirements. The Office of the Registrar will select the recipient.   This award was established through the generosity of Wescast Industries Inc. Value: 1 at $1,100 Effective 2016-2017 academic year

Need

1

$1,100

must meet Ontario residency requirements

 

External Award Scholarships

Each year, SWANA Ontario, a chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America, offer scholarships to students focused on improving and understanding contemporary waste management practices and systems. For the current academic year, the Ontario Chapter will award two $2,000 scholarships, granted to one graduate and one undergraduate student. The deadline date for submission by email to the SWANA Ontario office is October 16, 2017. 

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION LINK