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Undergraduate Scholarships: Classics

All Souls Historical Essay Scholarship in Ancient History
  • Established through gifts from the Hon. Edward Wood and Keith G. Feiling, Esq., Fellows of All Souls’ College, Oxford.
  • (For Any Year) - Student submitting the best essay on a subject concerned with the history of ancient Europe. Essays may have been written for a course, or written solely for the competition. If written for a course, they must receive the best grade in a course numbered 200 or above in Greek and Roman History, Greek or Latin. Either the instructor or the student may take the initiative to submit the essay, which must be received by the Department of Classics by a date in May to be announced each year.

 

C. B. Farrar Undergraduate Scholarship in Classics

  • Established of the Estate of Professor Clarence B. Farrar.
  • (For Any Year) - To be awarded to a full-time, undergraduate student(s) enrolled in a program offered by the Department of Classics on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

 

Chau/Chan Scholarships in Classics
  • Established by John and Vera Chau.
  • (For Any Year) - Awarded to an undergraduate student enrolled in a program in the Department of Classics.  Financial need must be considered; academic merit will also be considered.

 

Dorothy Ellison (4T8) Graduating Scholarship in Latin
  • Established by Laura Chunosoff, in memory of her friend Dorothy Ellison, alumna of the University (1948) and former student of English and Latin.
  • (For Year IV) - Awarded to a graduating student who has completed Specialist or Major Program in Latin and/or Classics, and who has completed at least one full course equivalent in Latin at the 300 level or higher in the session for which the award is made.  The recipient may not also receive the Graham Campbell Fellowship in Memory of Maurice Hutton in Classics or the Dorothy Ellison (4T8) Scholarship in Latin.

 

Dorothy Ellison (4T8) Scholarship in Latin
  • Established by Laura Chunosoff, in memory of her friend Dorothy Ellison, alumna of the University (1948) and former student of English and Latin.
  • (For Any Year) - Awarded to a graduating student who has completed Specialist or Major Program in Latin and/or Classics, and who has completed at least one full course equivalent in Latin at the 300 level or higher in the session for which the award is made.  The recipient may not also receive the Graham Campbell Fellowship in Memory of Maurice Hutton in Classics or the Dorothy Ellison (4T8) Graduating Scholarship in Latin.

 

Eric Trevor Owen Scholarship
  • Established through gifts of friends, colleagues and former students of the late Eric Trevor Owen, M.A. (1904), for many years Professor of Greek at Trinity College and later at University College.
  • (For Any Year) - Awarded to a student who is enrolled in the Specialist or Major Program in Latin and/or Classics, and/or the Major Program in Greek, and/or the Specialist Program in Greek and Philosophy; and who has completed at least one full course equivalent in Greek at the 300 level or higher in the session for which the award is made.  The recipient may not also receive the Graham Campbell Fellowship in Memory of Maurice Hutton in Classics.

 

Graham Campbell Fellowship in Memory of Maurice Hutton in Classics
  • Established through a bequest of the late Graham Campbell (B.A., M.B., C.M.) in commemoration of the distinguished services to the University by Maurice Hutton, M.A. (ad eundem), LL.D., for many years Professor of Greek and Principal of University College (190-1928).
  • (For Year IV) - An outstanding student who has completed a Program which includes advanced study of Greek and/or Latin and which is satisfactory to the Department.

 

James William Connor Prize in Greek Composition
  • Established by the Wiegand Memorial Foundation Inc.
  • (For Any Year/Grad) - To be awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student as the result of a special examination in Greek Composition conducted by the Department of Classics in the Faculty of Arts & Science and in the School of Graduate Studies.  In the event of not candidate submitting for (or being awarded) the Prose Composition Prize, the award will be made to the graduate student with the highest level of achievement in two or more Greek (the graduate level) courses in the current year.

 

W. B. Wiegand Prize in Ancient Greek
  • Established by the Wiegand Memorial Foundation Inc.
  • (For Year IV) - Awarded to a graduating student who has completed a Major or Specialist Program in Greek and/or Classics, and who has achieved the highest average in Greek courses.  The recipient may not also receive the Graham Campbell Fellowship in Memory of Maurice Hutton in Classics.