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Undergraduate Scholarships: Rotman Commerce

 Anthony Scilipoti Undergraduate Scholarship in Commerce
  • Established by Anthony Scilipoti.
  • (For Any Year) - To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Rotman Commerce Program with the intention of pursuing the Chartered Accountant designation, on the basis of financial need and academic merit. Preference will be given to a student registered at St. Michael's College. Year of study may vary and will be determined by the donor.

 

Bento Sushi Foundation Scholarship

  • Established by the Bento Sushi Foundation
  • To be awarded to a student participating in the Japan Summer Abroad Program. Preference will be given to domestic students, students in the Rotman Commerce program, and students who have demonstrated a new interest in Japan. Contact Rotman Commerce Program for application and deadline information.

 

Bobby Hundal Memorial Scholarship
  • Established by the Friends and Family of Bobby Hundal
  • To be awarded to one full-time student who is registered in the third or fourth year of the Rotman Commerce program. The candidate must have achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and demonstrate an interest in entrepreneurship, as evidenced through his or her application. Contact Rotman Commerce Program for application and deadline information.

 

Building Canadian Leaders: Class of 1968 / John Rogers Scholarship in Rotman Commerce

  • Established by the J&L Charitable Foundation and T. David Scrymgeour
  • To be awarded on the basis of merit to a full-time, domestic undergraduate student with strong leadership potential who is admitted to or enrolled in the Rotman Commerce Program. Special consideration to be given to academic ability, involvement in sports/extracurriculars/community engagement and leadership. The scholarship is renewable on the basis of continued full-time registration in the program and a minimum annual GPA of 3.0. Contact Rotman Commerce Program for application and deadline information.

 

Building Canadian Leaders: Class of 1968 / Lorne Weil Scholarship in Rotman Commerce

  • Established by Lorne Weil and T. David Scrymgeour
  • To be awarded on the basis of merit to a full-time, domestic undergraduate student with strong leadership potential who is admitted to or enrolled in the Rotman Commerce Program. Special consideration to be given to academic ability, involvement in sports/extracurriculars/community
    engagement and leadership, with preference for a University College student. The scholarship is renewable on the basis of continued full-time registration in the program and a minimum annual GPA of 3.0. Contact Rotman Commerce Program for application and deadline information.

 

Building Canadian Leaders: Frank William Moore Scholarship in Rotman Commerce

  • Established by Frank William Moore and T. David Scrygemour
  • To be awarded on the basis of merit to a full-time, domestic undergraduate student with strong leadership potential who is admitted to or enrolled in the Rotman Commerce Program. Special consideration to be given to academic ability, involvement in sports/extracurriculars/community engagement and leadership, with preference for a University College student. The scholarship is renewable on the basis of continued full-time registration in the program and a minimum annual GPA of 3.0. Contact Rotman Commerce Program for application and deadline information.

 

Building Canadian Leaders: Kong Ming Lee and Yip On Lee Memorial Scholarship

  • Established by Joyce Lee and T. David Scrymgeour
  • To be awarded on the basis of merit to a full-time, domestic undergraduate student with strong leadership potential who is admitted to or enrolled in the Rotman Commerce Program. Special consideration will be given to academic ability, involvement in sports/extracurricular activities/community engagement and leadership. The scholarship is renewable on the basis of continued full-time registration in the program and maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0. Contact Rotman Commerce Program for application and deadline information.


Building Canadian Leaders: Rajeeb Mukherjee Scholarship

  • Established by Sanjib Mukherjee, Bharati Mukherjee and T. David Scrymgeour

  • Awarded on the basis of merit to a full-time, domestic undergraduate student with strong leadership potential who is admitted to or enrolled in the Rotman Commerce Program and Department of Economics. Special consideration to be given to academic ability, involvement in sports/extracurricular/community engagement and leadership. An interview by the Rotman Commerce Program, in addition to an application, is required. Contact Rotman Commerce Program for application and deadline information.

 

Building Canadian Leaders: Scrymgeour Scholarships in Entrepreneurial Management I, II and III

  • Established by T. David Scrymgeour
  • (For Year 1 – On Admission) - Awarded on the basis of merit to a full-time student on admission to the Rotman Commerce Program. Consideration will be given to academic ability, involvement in sports and extracurricular activities, community engagement, and entrepreneurial spirit.  The award is renewable on the basis of continued full-time registration in the Commerce program. Contact Rotman Commerce Program for application and deadline information.

 

Certified General Accountants Association of Ontario Award for Excellence

  • Established by the Certified General Accountants Association of Ontario
  • Awarded to a graduating student in the Specialist Program in Commerce and Finance or the Major Program in Commerce who has successfully completed MGT322H and/or MGT323H. In order to take advantage of the indexed credit the recipient must register for their first CGA course within 18 months of receiving the award.

 

Commerce and Finance Class of '64 Scholarship 
  • Established through donations of the Commerce and Finance Class of 1964.
  • (For Year I) - A student registered in either the Specialist program in Commerce and Finance or the Major Program in Commerce who has achieved the highest average in MGT 120H, ECO 100Y, Mat 133Y/137Y during the previous Winter Session.

 

Congress Canada Scholarship
  • Established through a primary donation from Congress Canada, on the occasion of the company’s 20th anniversary, and various donors.
  • (For Year IV) - Financial need must be considered, academic merit will also be considered. Awarded to a student enrolled in the Rotman Commerce Program who has successfully completed RSM353H - Consumer Behaviour. The award will be made in the fall session of the recipient's fourth year.

 

Conrad M. Siegel FSA Award in Commerce

  • Established by Mr. Conrad M. Siegel
  • Awarded to a third year student with high academic standing registered in a Commerce Specialist and who has taken one of RSM330H, RSM332H, or RSM333H.

 

David Quirin Memorial Scholarship in Commerce and Finance
  • Established by William Waters.
  • Awarded to a student in the Rotman Commerce Program, on the basis of financial need.  Academic merit will also be considered.

 

Donna Zielinski Memorial Scholarship in Commerce and Finance
  • Established through gifts by classmates and friends of the late Donna Zielinski, B.Comm (1975), who died tragically in Europe one month after graduation.
  • (For Year III) - Awarded to a female student who is proceeding to her final year in the Specialist Program in Commerce and Finance or in the Major Program in Commerce.  Financial need must be considered; academic merit will also be considered.

 

Ernst & Young Scholarships in Commerce
  • Established by Ernst & Young.
  • (For Year III/IV) - Financial need must be considered; academic merit will also be considered.  To the third year students – Awarded to students enrolled in a Commerce Specialist who are enrolled in a third year course in accounting (RSM320H, 321H, 322H, or equivalent courses) and who have successfully completed a second year course in accounting (RSM220H, 221H, 222H, or equivalent courses). The award will be made in the fall session of the recipient's third year. To the fourth year students – Awarded to students enrolled in a Commerce Specialist who are enrolled in a fourth year course in accounting (RSM422H, 423H, 426H or equivalent courses) and who have successfully completed a third year course in accounting (RSM320H, 321H, 3222H, or equivalent courses). The award will be made in the fall of the recipient's fourth year.

 

Faculty of Arts & Science Alumni Scholarship in Commerce
  • Established through gifts from various donors.
  • (For Year I/II/III/Not Graduating) - Awarded to a student in a Commerce Specialist or the Commerce Major.  The Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Science will nominate the recipient on the advice of the Director of the Rotman Commerce Program.  Finance need must be considered, academic merit will also be considered.

 

Honourable Ray Lawson Scholarship in Commerce and Finance
  • Established by the late Hon. Ray Lawson, Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, 1946-52.
  • (For Year I) - Awarded to a student who has successfully completed first year in the Faculty of Arts & Science and who has been accepted into the Specialist Program in Commerce and Finance or the Major Program in Commerce.  The award will be made on the basis of academic distinction and financial need.

 

HSBC LGBT Student Award
  • Established by the HSBC Bank of Canada.
  • (For Year I/II/III) - To be awarded to an undergraduate student currently in first, second or third year of the Bachelor of Commerce degree program in Rotman Commerce. The student will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, leadership and community service through participation in the LGBT organizations or initiatives at the University. Award recipients will also be considered as candidates for summer internships at HSBC. Contact Rotman Commerce Program for application and deadline information.

 

James Davie Bursary in Commerce and Finance
  • Established by James Davie.
  • (For Year I – On Admission) - Awarded to a student who has been admitted into first year studies in the Economics and Commerce admission category.  This award is tenable only on the St. George campus.  Financial need must be considered; academic merit will also be considered.

 

The Lawrason Foundation Award
  • Established by the Lawrason Foundation
  • To be awarded, on the basis of academic merit and financial need, to undergraduate students at Rotman Commerce. If there is not a suitable candidate(s) in any given year, the funds will be carried over to the subsequent year.


Lawrason Foundation Prize for Undergraduate Students
  • Established by the Lawrason Foundation.
  • (For Year I/II) - Awarded to a second-year or third-year student in the Bachelor of Commerce Program on the basis of academic merit.  Financial need will also be considered.

 

Lew Shoskes Memorial Scholarship
  • Established through donations from the business associates of the late Lew Shoskes, former President of Panasonic Canada.
  • (For Year III) - An outstanding student (based on overall performance) in the Specialist Program in Commerce and Finance.

 

Man Chow Poon Scholarships in Commerce
  • Established through a bequest from the Estate of the Julia Kung Chi Or
  • (For Any Year) - To be awarded to students enrolled in the Commerce Program on the basis of financial need and academic merit.

 

Martin R. Lindsay Memorial Scholarship Fund
  • Established through gifts from Mr. Hugh Franks, Donald Lindsay, and colleagues and friends of the late Martin R. Lindsay, to recognize his contribution to the investment community in Canada
  • (For Year III) - A student entering the fourth year of a Commerce Specialist who has demonstrated overall academic excellence in third year, and who has obtained the highest mark in RSM330H.

 

McManus Family Scholarship

  • Established by John and Sandra McManus.
  • (For Any Year) - To be awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit to a student enrolled in the Rotman Commerce Program.

 

Minto Foundation Scholarship in Commerce at the University of Toronto
  • Established by the Minto Foundation.
  • (For Any Year) – To be awarded Faculty of Arts & Science undergraduate students in the Commerce Program, with a preference for those registered at New College, on the basis of financial need.  Academic merit may also be considered.

 

Patricia and Peter Shannon Wilson Bursary in Commerce
  • Established by Peter Wilson, in honour of his parents, and matched by OSOTF and EAF
  • (For Year II/III) - To be awarded to a second or third year student registered in the Specialist Program in Commerce and Finance.  Preference will be given to a St. Michael’s College student.  Financial need will be the main consideration.

 

Peter E. McQuillan Taxation Scholarship
  • Established through donations from the family, friends, and colleagues of the late Peter McQuillan.
  • (For Year IV) - To be awarded to a fourth year undergraduate Commerce student(s) who has achieved excellence in Canadian taxation courses (RSM324H and 424H) offered by the Rotman Commerce program.

 

Philip and Irving Granovsky Scholarship
  • Established by Atlantic Packaging Products Ltd.
  • (For Year IV) - A graduating student in a Commerce Specialist who has obtained the highest average in two upper year marketing courses (currently RSM352H, RSM353H or RSM458H).

 

Robert Dart Award in Commerce and Finance
  • Established by Robert Dart.
  • (For Year III) - Awarded to an outstanding third year student enrolled in the Specialist Program in Commerce and Finance who has demonstrated overall academic excellence and financial need.  Financial need must be considered; academic merit will also be considered.

 

Rotman Commerce Alumni Scholarship
  • Established through donations from Commerce Alumni.
  • (For Any Year) - Awarded to a student enrolled in the Commerce Program who is also registered at Victoria College.  Recipient must be in good academic standing, and must have demonstrated financial need.

 

Rotman Commerce GRADitude Scholarship
  • Established through donations from the GRADitude campaign.
  • To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Specialist Program in Commerce and Finance, or the Major Program in Commerce on the basis of financial need.  Academic distinction and extra-curricular involvement will also be considered. Contact Rotman Commerce Program for application and deadline information.

  

Toronto Hong Kong Lions Club Admission Scholarship in Commerce
  • Established by the Toronto Hong Kong Lions Club.
  • (For Year 1 – On Admission) - To be awarded to an outstanding student on entrance to the Faculty of Arts & Science, Commerce Program.  This award is tenable on the St. George campus only.

 

University of Toronto Deloitte & Touche Scholarship
  • Established by Deloitte & Touche.
  • (For Any Year) - Awarded to a student enrolled in a Commerce Specialist.

 

Weil Family Scholarship in Commerce
  • Established by Lorne Weil.
  • (For Any Year) - To be awarded to a student(s) enrolled in the Rotman Commerce Program on the basis of academic achievement.

 

William T. Jackman Scholarship in Corporation Finance or in Transportation Economics
  • Established through a bequest of the late Mrs. W. T. Jackman in memory of her late husband, William T. Jackman, B.A. (1896), M.A. (1900), Professor of Rural Economics and later Transportation in the Department of Political Economy.
  • (For Year IV) - An outstanding student in the subject of Transportation Economics or Corporation Finance (RSM333H).

 

William Waters Commerce and Finance Award
  • Established through a gift from William R. Waters.
  • (For Year 1 – On Admission) - Awarded to students who have been admitted into first year studies in the Economics and Commerce admission category.  Preference will be given to Woodsworth College students.  Financial need must be considered; academic merit may also be considered.