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Types of Awards

Alfred Eli Memorial Bursary

The President’s Office has donated funds for the establishment of the Alfred Eli Memorial Bursary. The award is available to students in all programs in any year of study.
The following criteria must be met by the applicant:

  • Minimum GPA of 3.0
  • The student must be actively involved in the Native Community (college and/or external)

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Ecole Polytechnique Memorial Award

The award is presented annually to full-time students with solid academic standing and a demonstrated commitment to helping assaulted women. 

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President's TPE Bursary/RTE Bursary

The President's Office has donated funds for the establishment of the President's TPE Bursary. The award is available to full-time students in the A107 Transitions to Post-Secondary Education program in their second or third semester of study.

The following criteria must be met by the applicant:

  • The student must demonstrate academic and personal excellence.

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Project Hero Scholarship

Project Hero is a scholarship initiative to support the dependent children of fallen soldiers of the Canadian Armed Forces.

The following criteria must be met by the applicant:

  • Registered as a full time student
  • A dependent of a Canadian Armed Forces personnel deceased while serving in an active mission or suicide attributable to military service
  • Under the age of twenty-six
  • Maintain satisfactory academic standing, as per program requirements

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Scadding Court - Investing in our Diversity

The Investing in Our Diversity Scholarship Program is an initiative of Scadding Court Community Centre in partnership with Toronto Community Housing. It offers scholarships to youth from marginalized communities who are actively involved in anti-racism, diversity and community leadership initiatives and who plan to attend a recognized Canadian post-secondary educational program (college, university, career training academy, apprenticeship).  A minimum of 20 scholarships are awarded each year to students from disadvantaged backgrounds and as a result, accomplished student leaders on social assistance, newcomers, racialized youth, and those living in public housing have had an opportunity to bring their skills to the university and college environment. 

*Recipients must be referred by TCHC

Downtown East Scholarship

The bursary is intended for persons who are enrolled in the first year of a full-time GBC program, are the first in their family to attend post-secondary education, and live in the downtown east Toronto area. Individual ONE TIME tuition bursaries, in the amount of $2000, will be awarded to selected applicants who meet the bursary criteria.

Selection Criteria:

  • Financial Need AND
  • Community and/or Extracurricular involvement and leadership
  • Obstacles overcome and commitment to field of study
  • Complete application (All sections must be completed)
  • Live within the GEOGRAPHICAL BOUNDARY of Bloor Street (North), Don River (East), Lake Ontario (South) and Yonge Street (West).

Scholarship recipients will be expected to:

  • Provide a letter of thanks to the bursary funder
  • Mentor scholarship recipients the following year
  • Meet with a CPO staff member upon receipt of the bursary and once per term while studying at GBC
  • Participate in bursary recipient meet and greets

To obtain the application, please contact