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:  [email protected]

 

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

Fall Bursary Deadline:  October 10, 2019 at 4 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

Fall Scholarship Deadline:  October 11, 2019 at 1 p.m. 

 

This page includes a comprehensive list of scholarships available exclusively to Huntington University’s students and residents in 2019-2020.  

 

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: [email protected]

HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY CHANCELLOR’S SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $1,500. Awarded to a student graduating from a Huntington program with a cumulative average of 90% or more as selected by the Registrar.


HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $1,000. Awarded to a student graduating from a Huntington program with a cumulative average of between 85-90% as selected by the Registrar.


THE HONOURABLE FRANCIS WILLIAM MAHOVLICH C.M. SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $750. Awarded to a Huntington student or resident with a minimum 75% GPA and who has an immediate family member that is serving, or has served, in the Canadian military.  Please submit a cover letter indicating your relationship to the family member and where/when they served.


THE REVEREND DR. EARL AND ELIZABETH LAUTENSLAGER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP, ST. ANDREW’S UNITED CHURCH

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 HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY BOARD OF REGENTS SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington student/resident who has demonstrated strong participation within the Sudbury community in promoting inclusion for persons with disabilities (minimum 75% GPA).


THE HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

Value: $500. Awarded to a full-time student enrolled in a Huntington program with the highest overall average at the end of their first year.


THE HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

Value: $500. Awarded to a full-time student enrolled in a Huntington program with the highest overall average at the end of their second year.


THE HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

Value:  $500. Awarded to a full-time student enrolled in a Huntington program with the highest overall average at the end of their third year.


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 DR. AVINASH GARG SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a mature female student in a Huntington program (minimum 80% average) as selected by the Registrar.


THE DR. GEOFFREY LOUGHEED SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a student in a Huntington program or living in Huntington residence for outstanding contributions to community service (minimum 75% GPA).


THE DR. FRANCA DAMIANI CARELLA SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington University student or resident who has made exemplary contributions in the area of social justice (minimum 75% GPA).


THE DR. RICK BARTOLUCCI SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington student or resident who has demonstrated outstanding community service and volunteer work within the community of Greater Sudbury (minimum 75% GPA).


THE DR. DAVID TSUBOUCHI SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington student or resident who has shown leadership and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in the community (minimum 75% GPA).


THE DR. RAYUDU KOKA SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a student in a Huntington program who has made outstanding contributions and leadership in the area of mental health based initiatives (minimum 75% GPA).


THE  GAETAN SERRÉ SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington student or resident who has demonstrated a willingness to improve the circumstances of the less fortunate in the community (minimum 75% GPA).


THE MAIRE LAURIKAINEN SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Finnish Canadian student enrolled in a Huntington program or living in the Huntington residence who has made a positive impact on Canada-Finnish relations (minimum 75% GPA).

THE MARGARET KINGSBURG SMITH PRIZE IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES

Value: $1,000. Awarded to a third or fourth year student in the Communication Studies program who has achieved high academic standing while making a significant contribution to the program as selected by the Communication Studies Department.


THE DR. ABBAS HOMAYED SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $750. Awarded to the student with the highest average in the Communication Studies Thesis course during the 2019-2020 academic year.


THE WILLIAM KEDEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to the student with the highest overall average in COST 1116, Introduction to Mass Media during the 2019-2020 academic year.


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).


THE DR. JOHN R. BAIRD SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a first year student enrolled in the Communication Studies program at Huntington University who finished Grade 12 with a minimum 80% and has demonstrated outstanding community service.


HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY STUDENT LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a student in the Communication Studies program who demonstrates a positive attitude and motivates others around them to do their best as selected by the Department.


THE MARK GENTILI SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to the student with the highest final mark in COST 2526, News Culture during the 2019-2020 academic year.


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.

THE MARGARET KINGSBURG SMITH PRIZE IN GERONTOLOGY

Value: $1,000. Awarded to a third or fourth year student in the Gerontology program who has achieved high academic standing while making a significant contribution to the program as selected by the Gerontology Department.


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 GERONTOLOGY THESIS PRIZE

Value: $750. Awarded to the student with the highest average in the Gerontology Thesis course during the 2019-2020 academic year.


THE DR. J.W. ED NEWBERRY SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to the student with the highest final mark in GERO 1016 during the 2019-2020 academic year.


THE DONALD & ANITA THOMPSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a HUGS student as selected by the Gerontology department (minimum 80% GPA).


THE MARY ELIZABETH WILSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a fourth year Gerontology or Religious Studies student who has made a significant contribution to the program with a minimum 80% GPA. This award will be selected by the Huntington Registrar.


THE DR. GERRY LOUGHEED, JR. SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a student with the highest final grade in GERO 2226, End-of-Life-Care for Older Adults during the 2019-2020 academic year.


THE DR. JAMES M. YOUNG SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a student in GERO 3016, Critical Skills for the Gerontologist, who has attained the highest overall average during the 2019-2020 academic year.


HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY STUDENT LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a student in the Gerontology program who demonstrates a positive attitude and motivates others around them to do their best as selected by the Department.

THE MARGARET KINGSBURG SMITH PRIZE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

Value: $1,000. Awarded to a third or fourth year student in the Religious Studies program who has achieved high academic standing while making a significant contribution to the program as selected by the Religious Studies Department.


THE MARY ELIZABETH WILSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a fourth year Gerontology or Religious Studies student who has made a significant contribution to the program with a minimum 80% GPA. This award will be selected by the Huntington Registrar.


HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY STUDENT LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a student in the Religious Studies program who demonstrates a positive attitude and motivates others around them to do their best as selected by the Department.


R.J. ASKIN MEMORIAL PRIZE 

Value: $500. Awarded to the student with the highest mark in the final exam in PHIL 2536, Ethical Issues in Contemporary Sport during 2019-2020 academic year.


THE GEORGE HARTMAN MEMORIAL PRIZE

Value: $500. Awarded to the student with the highest overall average in RLST 1106, Religion for a New Generation, during the 2019-2020 academic year.


THE E.T. LUTE MEMORIAL PRIZE IN PHILOSOPHY

Value: $500. Awarded to the student with the highest final mark in PHIL 2536, Ethical Issues in Contemporary Sport during the 2019-2020 academic year.


MABEL AND ALFRED DEW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $250. Awarded to a deserving student in the Religious Studies program as selected by Prof. A. Hood.

THE DOROTHY T. MILLER SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $1,000. Awarded to Huntington resident who is in their third or fourth year and has the highest GPA (minimum 80%).


THE HONOURABLE FRANCIS WILLIAM MAHOVLICH C.M. SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $750. Awarded to a Huntington student or resident with a minimum 75% GPA and who has an immediate family member that is serving, or has served, in the Canadian military.   Please submit a cover letter indicating your relationship to the family member and where/when they served.


THE REVEREND DR. EARL AND ELIZABETH LAUTENSLAGER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP, ST. ANDREW’S UNITED CHURCH

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 HUNTINGTON UNIVERSITY BOARD OF REGENTS SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington student/resident who has demonstrated strong participation within the Sudbury community in promoting inclusion for persons with disabilities (minimum 75% GPA).


THE DR. GEOFFREY LOUGHEED SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a student in a Huntington program or living in Huntington residence for outstanding contributions to community service (minimum 75% GPA).


THE DR. FRANCA DAMIANI CARELLA SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington University student or resident who has made exemplary contributions in the area of social justice (minimum 75% GPA).


THE DR. RICK BARTOLUCCI SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington student or resident who has demonstrated outstanding community service and volunteer work within the community of Greater Sudbury (minimum 75% GPA).


THE DR. DAVID TSUBOUCHI SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington student or resident who has shown leadership and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in the community (minimum 75% GPA).


THE RUTH E. FOLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500.Awarded to a first year female Huntington resident with the highest overall standing in Grade 12.


THE ROBERT REAMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500.  Awarded to a third year male Huntington resident who best exemplifies academic excellence and leadership qualities in student life.


THE LADOUCEUR-THRASHER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a female Huntington resident who has contributed most to student life at Huntington while maintaining good academic standing during her second year in Huntington residence.


THE DR. LUDO J. WINCKEL SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a female student in her fourth year of residence who has made outstanding contributions to the life and spirit of Huntington Residence while maintaining good academic achievement.


THE DR. LUDO J. WINCKEL SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a male student in his fourth year of residence who has made outstanding contributions to the life and spirit of Huntington Residence while maintaining good academic achievement.


THE KATE RIDDLE MEMORIAL AWARD

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington resident in their upper year of study who has made a significant contribution to the social life and support in residence.


THE RENEE M. SWEENEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington resident who is enrolled in the Music or History program and has a minimum 75% GPA.


THE DR. RICHARD MICHAEL YALLOWEGA SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a student living in Huntington's residence and is enrolled in the Laurentian School of Architecture (minimum 80% GPA).


THE  GAETAN SERRÉ SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Huntington student or resident who has demonstrated a willingness to improve the circumstances of the less fortunate in the community (minimum 75% GPA).


THE MAIRE LAURIKAINEN SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500. Awarded to a Finnish Canadian student enrolled in a Huntington program or living in the Huntington residence who has made a positive impact on Canada-Finnish relations (minimum 75% 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