SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES

 

 

Being a Huntington University student or resident has its perks!

 

Students enrolled in a Huntington University program, or living in the university’s residence, have exclusive access to our generous program of scholarships and bursaries. The scholarships recognize academic and community excellence, while bursaries are based on financial need.

 

  • Bursary applications are posted in early September and early January
  • Scholarship applications are posted throughout the year

 

For further information, please email:  huntingtonregistrar@huntingtonu.ca

 

Please note: Huntington University follows the schedule of tuition fees as set by Laurentian University’s Board of Governors. For complete information on tuition and incidental fees, please visit Laurentian University’s website.

 

 

Bursaries

Winter Bursary Deadline:  February 14, 2020 at 1 p.m. 

 

To qualify for bursary assistance you must:

 

  • Be a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident
  •  Must be registered in a Huntington University program, or living in the residence at Huntington University, during the 2019-2020 academic year, OR
  • Be registered in a Huntington University program.  You must include your transcript.  
  •  Preference will be given to students receiving OSAP.  You must provide documentation confirming the OSAP amount.
The bursary application form is available in alternative formats upon request.

Scholarships

Winter Scholarship Deadline:  February 13, 2020 at 4 p.m. 

 

Scholarships are awarded based on merit and/or to recognize academic and community excellence. However, please note that there are some scholarships for which an application is required. 

 

Scholarship information and application forms are available in alternative formats upon request.  

 

For further information, please email: registrar@huntingtonu.ca

THE DR. EDWARD J. CONROY SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a first year student from the City of Greater Sudbury who is enrolled in a Huntington program and has attained a min. 80% average in Grade 12.

THE GREATER SUDBURY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a full-time Huntington University student who is enrolled in their 2nd or 3rd year of the Communication Studies program and who has demonstrated community leadership. The student must have a minimum 75% overall average and be a resident of Greater Sudbury.

Value: $750. Awarded to a Huntington student or resident of high academic achievement. Other factors such as volunteerism within the Huntington or Sudbury community and financial need will be considered (minimum 80% GPA).

THE ORDER OF SAINT LAZARUS SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $1,000. Awarded to a student taking courses in Gerontology who has demonstrated outstanding community service in the area of palliative/hospice care. 

THE DR. JEANNE WARWICK CONROY SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a student in the 3rd of 4th year of the Communication Studies program who has achieved academic excellence and made outstanding contributions to community service (minimum 80% GPA).

Photo of Dr. Kevin McCormick, Huntington University President and Vice-Chancellor, and Mary-Liz Warwick, Huntington University Board Chair, presenting student Abegail Villaruel with the Margaret Kingsburg Smith Scholarship in Gerontology
Photo of Dr. Kevin McCormick, Huntington University President and Vice-Chancellor, and Mary-Liz Warwick, Huntington University Board Chair, presenting student Jordan Nieuwhof with the Mabel and Alfred Dew Memorial Scholarship
Photo of Dr. Kevin McCormick, Huntington University President and Vice-Chancellor, and Mary-Liz Warwick, Huntington University Board Chair, presenting student Taylor Squires with the Dr. Jeanne Warwick Conroy Scholarship