The Faculty of Arts & Science offers over 300 in-course and admission scholarships to undergraduate students. Scholarships recognize academic excellence, and may also take into account community involvement, leadership, creativity and other qualities.
Admission scholarships are for those individuals applying to the University for undergraduate studies. Students are automatically considered for a variety of admission scholarships when they apply to the University. There are also admission scholarships that require students to complete a separate application or awards profile. Newly admitted students are encouraged to visit U of T's scholarship sorter to browse scholarship details including eligibility, application requirements and applicable deadlines.
After first year, students are eligible for in-course scholarships. In-course scholarships are awarded to students who are excelling in their studies. Top students will automatically be considered for most of these awards, however, some opportunities do require applications. In addition to the scholarships offered by The Faculty of Arts & Science (see chart below), students may be eligible for other scholarships as awarded through each College and many academic departments.
Current students are encouraged to visit U of T's scholarship sorter to browse scholarship details including eligibility.
Faculty of Arts & Science Scholarships
|International and Research Awards||These awards are offered to students who are either studying abroad or undertaking research abroad.|
|Dean's Student Initiatives Fund||
The Dean’s Student Initiatives Fund has been established to provide financial support for student initiatives that aspire to create dialogue and foster a greater sense of community through special events, lectures, or other forms of community engagement.
|Undergraduate Research Fund||
The Undergraduate Research Fund provides funding for research projects initiated by students, related to their degree, and supervised by a faculty member either through a regular course, an independent study, a research essay, or other academic project.
The ASSU Graduating Leadership award provides funding to graduating students who are enrolled in a graduate program in the Faculty of Arts & Science.
The Hansa and Dharm Jain Science Scholarship provides funding for students in their second and third years who are enrolled in a science program.
The Michael and Ida Shankman Bursary is awarded to a third-year student who is an Ontario resident.
Each college offers awards based on leadership, merit and other criteria. Visit the Scholarships page within each college for more details:
- Innis College Scholarships
- New College Scholarships
- St. Michael's College Scholarships
- Trinity College Scholarships
- University College Scholarships
- Victoria College Scholarships
- Woodsworth College Scholarships
Most academic departments offer scholarships for undergraduate students. Visit your departmental website or speak to an advisor for help with department scholarships.
The School of Graduate Studies maintains a list of major graduate awards accessible through their website.