At Innis, most scholarships requiring an application are leadership awards — awards that recognize extracurricular engagement and commitment. Award information and application instructions can be found within each application form, and all application forms can be found at the very bottom of this page, within the application table. Additionally, a listing of all Innis awards can be found on Award Explorer, University of Toronto’s new awards system – a centralized, searchable database from admissions to in-course and graduating awards.
These awards are for prospective and incoming new students. You may apply for an admission leadership award before you know if you have been admitted to the University of Toronto. The awards included in this application:
- Innis College “Kitchen Sink” Award
- John W. Browne OSOTF Admission Award
- University Women’s Club of Toronto Award
- Innis Admission Scholarship for Indigenous Peoples
These awards are for currently registered students who will be returning in the upcoming academic year, and students who are graduating in the upcoming June ceremony or who graduated the previous November. Due to the number of awards in this category, there are charts within the application form that list all possible awards, eligibility criteria and award values.
There are also two awards on this application for students who currently live, or have lived, in the Innis residence, and have demonstrated leadership within the residence: the M. “Fuzz” Friend Memorial Award and the Taddle Creek Residence Life Award. More details about these awards are in the aforementioned chart.
The following two awards require the submission of a piece of academic or creative work.
This award is open to any full-time student enrolled in an undergraduate program at the University of Toronto, therefore students from all colleges and faculties are welcome to apply. As part of the award application, students are required to provide a piece of original academic work connected in some way to Hungary — to its culture, history, geography, etc. The recipient must have completed at least 4.0 credits, be returning to undergraduate studies at U of T in the upcoming academic year, and demonstrate financial need, as per the criteria outlined in the application. This value of this award is between $1,500 and $3,000.
Established in 2018, the aim of this award is to reflect the work of Peter H. Russell and encourage students to seek out, as he does, the unique character of our country. It is awarded annually to undergraduate Arts & Science students. Preference will be given to Innis College students. Applicants must submit an outstanding “production” on some aspect of Canada in the form of a substantial piece of coursework (e.g., essay) or a substantial creative work (e.g., poetry, prose, drama, film, painting, or photography). The value of the award is approximately $1,000.
The College recognizes the top student in Arts and the top student in Sciences who graduated in November 2020 or June 2021 as our Governor General’s Silver Medal Nominees. In addition, the top female and the top male student overall, by grades, will receive the Principal Janet Paterson Scholarship. These do not require application; we will look at results when grades are out after the 2020-21 academic session is over.
|Admission Leadership Awards||19 April 2021|
|Leadership Awards for Returning & Graduating Students||19 April 2021|
|Hungarian Helicon Foundation Award||19 April 2021|
|Russell Canada Prize||19 April 2021|