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Undergraduate Scholarships & Awards

Scholarships and Awards Listed by Area

Classical Studies: 

  • Audrey Amo Global Opportunities Award in Classical Studies – (2012-13) **NEW** Awarded to a full-time student enrolled in Classical Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities with preference to a student who is participating in an international exchange or study abroad program including the Vindolanda Field School. This includes exchange programs; approved study abroad programs; curriculum based international field courses, international study, or international community service; and other University led international credit or non-credit learning experiences. Students must submit a 1-page statement outlining what they expect to learn through their program of study and how they will be an effective Ambassador for Western. Only students who have been approved for any of the above-listed programs and who are registered at the constituent University will be considered. Students must have completed their prescribed academic program the previous year and currently be registered in a full-time course load (min. 3.5 full courses). Applications are available from the International Exchange Student Centre and must be submitted along with the 1-page statement described above. Transcripts are required for students who studied elsewhere in their previous academic year. Applications are due on either November 1 or March 15 as most applicable to the desired program. Receipt of the award will be based on the acceptance of the candidate into the specified study abroad program, though students may apply in advance of acceptance. $2,000
    Canadian Order of the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, London Lord Nelson Chapter Scholarship Awarded to the student who obtains the highest mark in Greek 1000. $200
    Daughters of Penelope (Greek Community of London) Award Awarded to the student who obtains the highest mark in Classical Studies 3310F/G (former CS 233F/G). $200.
    Department of Classical Studies Scholarship for Honors Double Major Second Year Awarded to the full-time student registered in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities with the highest standing in Year 2 of an Honors Bachelor degree program that includes a Major in Classical Studies. The student must currently be enrolled in the Honors Bachelor degree and have an average in the Major in Classical Studies of at least 80%. Students must be registered in at least 2.0 or more Classical Studies courses at the 2000-level or above to be considered. The Department of Classical Studies will select the recipient. $200 (awarded in Fall)
    Department of Classical Studies Scholarship for Honors Double Major Third Year Awarded to the full-time student registered in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities with the highest standing in Year 3 of an Honors Bachelor degree program that includes a Major in Classical Studies. The student must currently be enrolled in the Honors Bachelor degree and have an average in the Major in Classical Studies of at least 80%. Students must be registered in at least 2.0 or more Classical Studies courses at the 2000-level or above to be considered. The Department of Classical Studies will select the recipient. $200 (awarded in Fall)
    Department of Classical Studies Scholarship for Honors Second Year Awarded to a full-time student enrolled in an Honors Specialization in Classical Studies module with the highest standing in 2nd year, provided that the student has at least an 80% average. The Department of Classical Studies will select the recipient. $500 (awarded in Fall)
    Department of Classical Studies Scholarship for Honors Third Year Awarded to a full-time student enrolled in the Honors Classical Studies or Honors Specialization in Classical Studies program with the highest standing in 3rd year, provided that the student has at least an 80% average. The Department of Classical Studies will select the recipient. $500 (awarded in Fall)
    Department of Classical Studies Scholarship in Elementary Latin Awarded to the student with the highest mark in Latin 1000, provided that the student has a grade of at least 80%. The Department of Classical Studies will select the recipient. $150 (awarded in Fall)
    Department of Classical Studies Scholarship in Advanced Latin Awarded to the student with the highest mark in Latin 2000, provided that the student has a grade of at least 80%. The Department of Classical Studies will select the recipient. $150 (awarded in Fall)
    Eudaemon Global Opportunities Award in Classical Studies – (2012-13) **NEW** Awarded to a full-time student enrolled in Classical Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities with preference to a student who is participating in an international exchange or study abroad program including the Vindolanda Field School. This includes exchange programs; approved study abroad programs; curriculum based international field courses, international study, or international community service; and other University led international credit or non-credit learning experiences. Students must submit a 1-page statement outlining what they expect to learn through their program of study and how they will be an effective Ambassador for Western. Only students who have been approved for any of the above-listed programs and who are registered at the constituent University will be considered. Students must have completed their prescribed academic program the previous year and currently be registered in a full-time course load (min. 3.5 full courses). Applications are available from the International Exchange Student Centre and must be submitted along with the 1-page statement described above. Transcripts are required for students who studied elsewhere in their previous academic year. Applications are due on either November 1 or March 15 as most applicable to the desired program. Receipt of the award will be based on the acceptance of the candidate into the specified study abroad program, though students may apply in advance of acceptance. $2,000
    Elizabeth Hardy Global Opportunities Award in Classical Studies – (2012-13) **NEW** Awarded to a full-time student enrolled in Classical Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities who is participating in an international exchange or study abroad program with preference given to a student attending the Vindolanda Field School. This includes exchange programs; approved study abroad programs; curriculum based international field courses, international study or international community service; internships; and other University led international credit or non-credit learning experiences. Award recipients will be selected based on a combination of academic achievement, proposed length of international program, and a short (250 word) student statement outlining expected learning through the program and how the student will be an effective ambassador for Western. Students participating in any of the above-listed programs who are registered at the constituent University may be considered. Students must have completed their prescribed academic program the previous year and currently be registered in a full-time course load (min. 3.5 full courses). Students may apply for this award in advance of being accepted into an eligible international learning program with receipt of the award contingent upon acceptance into the program. Applications are available from and should be submitted to the International Learning Office along with the required statement. Transcripts are required for students who studied elsewhere in their previous academic year. Applications are due on either November 1 or March 1 as most applicable to the desired program. $2,000
    Eve Harp and Judith Wiley Classical Studies Travel Award [Graduate/Undergraduate] Awarded in Fall. See Graduate category (below) Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Community Scholarship Awarded to the student who obtains the highest standing in Greek 2000. $200
    Peter Kalen Prize in Classical Studies – (2012-2017) **NEW** Expendable Awarded annually to a full-time student with the highest academic standing in one of the Classical Studies’ courses in Greek or Roman History. Students must be registered in at least two or more Classical Studies’ courses at the 2000 level or above to be considered. The Department of Classical Studies will select the recipient each spring. $500 Wilfred and Zeta O’Donnell Travelling Fellowship *New* Awarded to undergraduate students, either full or part-time, registered in the constituent University who have completed two years of an Honors BA with either an Honoros Specialization or double Major modules in the Departments of Classical Studies, French Studies or Modern Languages and Literatures. In order to apply, a student must have a minimum academic standing of 75% and must enroll in a course of study for which departmental approval has been received. Applications must be submitted by students prior to the last day of classes to the Chair of the department concerned. $6,500 available annually, up to $2,000/student for study in Europe & up to $500/student for study in Quebec.

Comparative Literature:

  • German Exchange Travelling Fellowship Awarded to full-time Western students selected to participate in an official UWO exchange program to Germany. The number and awards will be determined annually. Awards will be made up to a max of 10 students. Exchange office notifies in Spring. Harriet Beatrice Freele Scholarship (also French) Awarded to an outstanding student (minimum average 80%) entering the third year of either an Honors Specialization or Major offered by the Departments of French or Modern Languages and Literatures. $1,000
    Raymond Immerwahr Awards for Excellence in German Awarded to students entering the third or the fourth year of an Honors Bachelor degree with either an Honors Specialization in German Language and Literature or a double Major including German who achieve the highest average marks (80% minimum) in two senior German courses. $1,800 (awarded in Fall) Edna Jeffery Scholarships (also Philosophy & Others [non-Arts and Humanities]) See Undergraduate - General category (below)
    Italian Studies Prizes – (2012) **NEW** Awarded annually to the highest-ranking students in Italian Studies (min. 80% average), with preference given to those pursuing a Minor in Italian Studies. The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures will select the recipients each Spring. 4 @ $500
    Herbert K. Kalbfleisch Scholarship Awarded to a full-time student whose first language is not German, entering third or fourth year of a Four Year Bachelor degree program which includes an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in German. $2,000 (awarded in Fall)
    Wilfred and Zeta O’Donnell Travelling Fellowship (also Classics and French) See Classics category (above)
    Alfred Edward Hathaway Petrie Scholarship Awarded annually to the full-time undergraduate student who has achieved the highest standing in first-year Spanish and who is registered to continue in an Honors Specialization, Specialization or major in Spanish. Students whose first language is Spanish are not eligible. Final selection will be made by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Scholarship Committee. $750
    Renata Purekevich Scholarship Awarded to a student with the highest marks in German 1030, 1030w/x, 2200 or German 2200w/x who is entering the second year of a Four Year degree program which includes an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in German. $200 (awarded in Fall)
    John D. Schussler Travelling Award Awarded to a student participating in an exchange program in Germany. Preference to a student in Arts and Humanities. $500 Dr. R.N. Shervill Gold Medal Awarded annually to the graduating student who has achieved the highest academic average in an Honors Specialization in Spanish Language and Literature. Gold Medal & $500 (awarded in Spring)
    Special German Scholarship Awarded to a student with the highest mark in German 2200 or 2200W/X who is entering the second year of a Four Year degree program which includes an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in German. $800
    Gordon Tracy Award for Excellence in German Literature Awarded to a graduating student registered in an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in German who attains the highest average in all German literature courses taken. $500 (awarded in Spring)
    A. Dorothy Turville Gold Medal (French & MLL) Awarded to a student in an Honors Bachelor degree graduating with a double Major in French and Spanish. Gold Medal & $500 (awarded in Spring)
    A. Dorothy Turville Undergraduate Language Travelling Fellowships (French & MLL) See A. Dorothy Turville in the French Department category (above)

English:

  • Helen M.B. Allison Gold Medal Awarded to a student graduating in the Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature program from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Gold Medal (awarded in Spring) Alumni Gold Medals One medal will be awarded to a graduating student: 1) with an honors degree which contains an Honors Specialization in Chemistry or a Double Major in which one of the Majors is Chemistry; 2) with an honors Bachelor of Arts degree which contains a Major in English Language and Literature and a Major in French; 3) with an honors degree leading to a Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Arts with an Honors Specialization in Music; 4) in the Western-Fanshawe Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing program; and 5) in the BScN program for Registered Nurses. (awarded in Spring) Gold Medals (5) Baldwin Family Scholarships in English Language & Literature Awarded to students entering the 2nd year of an Honors Bachelor degree with either an Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature or a double Major including English Language and Literature who have achieved an average of at least 80% in their 1st year, and who will not be recipients of any other scholarship of $3,000 or above. 2@$700
    Dr. Betty Bandeen Undergraduate Award in English Awarded in even years to a full-time undergraduate student in a four-year degree program pursuing an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in English Language and Literature, based on financial need and academic performance. Applications can be accessed through the Registrarial Services Web site and must be submitted by September 30. The Faculty of Arts and Humanities will select the recipient once financial need is determined by Registrarial Services. $1800 (even years)
    Bounce Award Awarded annually to an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, based on academic achievement (minimum 80%) in a course in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century British Literature (period 1660-1780) and financial need. Applications can be accessed through the Registrarial Services Web site and must be submitted by September 30. The Faculty of Arts and Humanities will select the recipient once financial need is determined by Registrarial Services. $360
    Kristin Brady Memorial Prize Awarded to a top graduating student in Honours Specialization in English Language and Literature or Combined Honours Double Major including English, usually the student with highest standing in fourth-year English Honours courses. Adjudicated with reference to academic achievement and also financial need. Applications can be accessed online through the Office of the Registrar's website and must be submitted by September 30. Selection will be made by the Chair of the Department of English (or designate) in consultation with Financial Aid Services. $200 (awarded in Spring)
    Archibald A. Campbell Scholarship (in Canadian Literature) Awarded annually to the undergraduate student with the highest standing in a course in Canadian Literature offered by the Department of English. $200 (awarded in Spring) Allan Gladstone Dow Scholarship Awarded to a student registered in an English program in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities who has achieved a minimum of 80% academic average and demonstrated financial need. Applications can be accessed online through the Office of the Registrar's website and must be submitted by September 30 . Student Financial Services will complete an assessment of financial need and the Faculty of Arts and Humanities will select the recipient. $500 (awarded in Fall)
    English-speaking Union of the Commonwealth of Canada, London & Western Ontario Branch (3) Awarded to three full-time undergraduate students in Year 2 or higher, registered in an English module in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, and who have written, in the current academic year, the most outstanding essays reflecting the dignity of the English language. $200, $100 & $50
    Book Prizes & Honorary Memberships Timothy Findley Memorial Scholarship (English and Film Studies) Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student entering third-year and enrolled in a four-year degree program which includes an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in English Language and Literature or Film Studies, based on Academic performance (minimum 80%). Preference will be given to a student who has taken courses in Writing. The Scholarship and Award Committee in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities will select the recipient. $890
    Amy & Elliott Grieve Undergraduate Award in English Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student entering their second year and enrolled in a four-year degree program pursuing an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in English Language and Literature based on financial need and minimum 75% average in one of English 1020, English 1022, or English 1024. Applications can be accessed through the Registrarial Services' Web site and must be submitted by September 30. The Faculty of Arts and Humanities will select the recipient once financial need is determined by Registrarial Services. $1,000 Edward J. Izrael 125th Anniversary Alumni Award in English Awarded to a full-time student in Year 2 or higher of a four-year degree program in English based on academic achievement (minimum 70% average) and financial need. Preference will be given to students in Year 2. Applications can be accessed through the Registrarial Services web site and must be submitted by September 30. The Office of the Registrar will determine financial need and the recipient will be selected by the Scholarship and Awards Committee in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities $625 (awarded in Fall)
    Douglas & Cynthia Kneale 125th Anniversary Alumni Award in English Awarded to a full-time student in Year 3 of an Honors Specialization or double Major in English Language and Literature based on academic achievement (minimum 70% average) and financial need. Applications can be accessed online through the Office of the Registrar web site and must be submitted by September 30. The Office of the Registrar will determine financial need and the Faculty of Arts Scholarships and Awards Committee will select the recipient.$500 (awarded in Fall)
    Thomas F. McCracken Scholarship Awarded annually to a full-time undergraduate student beyond Year 1 registered in English Language and Literature based on academic achievement (minimum 80% overall average). The recipient will be selected by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities in consultation with the Department of English. $1,900 (awarded in Fall) John McEachern Scholarship Awarded to the student in an Honors Bachelor degree with the highest standing in third year of a double Major in English Language and Literature and History, tenable in fourth year. $700 (awarded in Fall)
    Roderick Moir McQueen Scholarship in English Awarded to a full-time student in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities who is in third year of the Honors Specialization in English with a minimum average of 80%. The recipient will be eligible to continue receiving the scholarship in fourth year, providing that he or she maintains an academic average of 70% and has a full-time course load. Preference will be given to students with a demonstrated interest in journalism. Applications will be available through the Department of English. The scholarship committee in the Department of English will select the recipient. $1,200 continuing for 2 years. Students should submit a letter of application to the Chair of Undergraduate Studies by March 1. Must include verifiable evidence of an active interest in journalism.
    Neen Hodgins Scholarships 1. Awarded annually to a full-time undergraduate student entering the 2nd year of a 4-year degree program and pursuing an Honors Specialization, Specialization, or Major in English within Arts and Humanities, based on academic achievement, financial need and a demonstrated commitment to the study of English at Western. Applications can be accessed through the Registrar’s website and must be submitted by September 30. As part of the application process, students must submit a one-page statement (deadline Sept 30) outlining their aspirations and motivations in choosing to attend Western and pursue a degree in English. English Selection Committee will review all statements and select the recipient once financial need has been determined by Registrar’s Office. $25,000 2. Awarded to first -year students who have excelled in their secondary school English course(s), have enrolled in English 1022, and demonstrate financial need as they enter their first year at Western. 5 @ $5,000 Applications available through the Office of the Registrar website. Deadline: September 30. As part of the application process, students must submit a 500 word essay outlining their aspirations and motivations in choosing to attend Western and pursue a degree in English. A selection committee of the Department of English will review all applications and select the award recipient once financial need has been determined by the Office of the Registrar.
    K.P.R. Neville Memorial Scholarship Awarded to a student with an average of at least 80% who is entering second year of an Honors Bachelor degree with a double Major in English Language & Literature and French, English Language & Literature and German, or English Language & Literature and History. $300 (awarded in Fall)
    Kathleen V. Pearce Scholarship Awarded to the student proceeding to the third year of the honours English Language and Literature program with the highest standing in English honours courses in second year. $225
    Alfred Poynt Award in Poetry Awarded to full-time students in any undergradute degree program based on a submission of poetry that is original, titled, and previously unpublished. Poems must be in English and may use any style of poetry. Poems will be judged for their originality, and for their use of form and technique, traditional or contemporary, in a skillful and creative way to create or intensify themes or effects. The total entry is not to exceed 4 pages for a maximum of 150 lines and must be submitted to the Department of English by March 31. Further details regarding the format of submissions can be obtained from the Department of English. Recipients will be selected by a committee in the Department of English that will include at least one published writer from London and/or the University Community. $250
    Audrey Brown Pritchard Award in English Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in year 2 or higher who is pursuing a three or four-year Bachelor's degree with an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in English Language and Literature based on financial need and academic achievement (minimum 70% average). Preference will be given to female candidates from Southwestern Ontario, and Chatham-Kent in particular. Applications can be accessed online through the Office of the Registrar's Website and must be submitted by September 30. The Office of the Registrar will determine financial need and the Faculty of Arts and Humanities will select the recipient. 2 @ $2000 (awarded in Fall)
    Rhoda Ann Rinn Scholarship in English Literature Awarded on the basis of academic standing in the first-year Arts and Humanities or Social Sciences to a student who enrols in the second year of an Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature. The winner will be selected by the Scholarship Committee, on recommendation of the Department of English. The student selected must maintain at least an 80% average and remain in the Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature. Tenable in the constituent university only. $1,500 for three years (awarded in Fall)
    Stanley Jay - Myrtle Rowntree Memorial Scholarship Awarded to student in third year of an Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature based on academic achievement (minimum 80% average). The recipient will be selected by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Scholarships and Awards Committee. $1,300 (awarded in Fall) Gordon & Myrtle Stevenson Scholarship in English Awarded to a full-time student in English based on academic achievement (minimum 80%) and financial need. Preference will be given to students who attended high school in a rural area. Applications can be accessed through the Office of the Registrar's website and must be completed by September 30. The recipient will be selected by the Scholarship and Awards Committee in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. $2,000 (awarded in Fall)
    Gordon & Myrtle Stevenson OSOTF/OTSS Scholarship in English Awarded to a full-time student in English based on academic achievement (minimum 80%) and financial need. Preference will be given to students who attended high school in a rural area. Applications can be accessed through the Office of the Registrar's web site and must be completed by September 30. The recipient will be selected by the Scholarship and Awards Committee in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. $1,200 (awarded in Fall)
    Mary R. Stewart Scholarship (also French) Awarded to a student entering third year of an Honors Bachelor degree with a double Major in English Language and Literature and French, who achieved the highest academic average in second year. In the case of a tie, preference will be given to a female student. The Faculty of Arts and Humanities Scholarships and Awards Committee will select the recipient. $1,250 (awarded in Fall)
    William Ferguson Tamblyn Scholarships Awarded to two students entering fourth year of Honors English Language and Literature, who, on the recommendation of the Department of English, have shown the highest degree of academic excellence in English. 2 @ $1,500 (awarded in Fall) William Ware Tamblyn Scholarship Awarded to the student entering fourth year of Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature who, on the recommendation of the Department of English, has shown the highest degree of academic excellence in English. $1,500 (awarded in Fall)
    Marguerite Torney Scholarship Awarded to a full-time student entering Year 3 of an Honors Bachelor degree with either an Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature or a double Major including English Language and Literature who achieved the highest overall average in Year 2. The recipient will be selected by by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Scholarships and Awards Committee. $500 (awarded in Fall)
    Mary and George Turnbull Award in Arts See Arts - General
    Wade-Walters Scholarship (2012) – French studies & English Language and Literature **NEW** Awarded annually to a full-time undergraduate student entering fourth year who has excelled in Eighteenth Century Studies in an Honors Specialization in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Preference will be given to a student specializing in the study of Voltaire (either in French or English). The recipient will be selected by the Scholarship and Awards Committee in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. $1,000
    Frances Weir Gold Medal and Scholarship Awarded to a student in an Honors Bachelor degree where preference is given to a student who meets the requirments for a double Major in English and History, however, consideration will be given to a student with an Honors Specialization in either English or History and a Major in the other subject. Gold Medal & $250
    William Wyatt Scholarship in English Language & Literature Awarded to the highest ranking student entering second year of an Honors Bachelor degree with either an Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature or a double Major including English Language and Literature. $350 (awarded in Fall)

Film Studies:

  • Timothy Findley Memorial Scholarship (English and Film Studies) Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student entering third-year and enrolled in a four-year degree program which includes an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in English Language and Literature or Film Studies, based on Academic performance (minimum 80%). Preference will be given to a student who has taken courses in Writing. The Scholarship and Award Committee in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities will select the recipient. $890
    Warner Home Video Film Studies Award Awarded to a student registered in third or fourth year of Film Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities based on academic achievement and demonstrated financial need. Applications can be accessed through the Office of the Registrar's website and must be completed by September 30. The recipient will be selected by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Scholarships Committee. $600 (awarded in Fall)

French Studies:

  • W.C.P. Baldwin and Lucile Baldwin Scholarship Awarded to students in an Honors Bachelor degree entering their second year of an Honors Specialization in French Language & Literature, Linguistics & Literature, or French Language & Linguistics, or a double Major including French, who have achieved at least an 80% average at the end of first year, and who will not be recipients of any other scholarship of $3,000 or above. $650 (awarded in Fall)
    Catherine Mary Bowie Traveling Award Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student entering third or fourth year of an Honors Bachelor degree in either an Honors Specialization in French Language and Literature or a double Major including French. Recipients must have a minimum academic average of 75%, and must enroll in a course of study for which departmental approval has been received.Applications can be obtained from the Department of French Studies and must be submitted by students prior to the last day of classes to the Chair of the Department. The recipient will be selected by the Department of French Studies. $2,500
    Tillie Jensen Eklund Continuing Award (awarded once every 3 years) Awarded to the student in Year 2 of any four-year degree program in French based on academic achievement (minimum 70% average) and demonstrated financial need. This award will continue for Years 3 and 4 provided that the recipient maintains a full course load in a four-year degree program in French, maintains a 70% average and demonstrates financial need each year. Once the recipient completes the fourth year of his or her program or no longer qualifies, another recipient will be selected. Only one student can be in receipt of this award in any given year. Applications can be accessed online through the Office of the Registrar and must be submitted by September 30. The Office of the Registrar will select the recipient. $ 1,000, continuing for 3 years
    Harriet Beatrice Freele Scholarship (also MLL) Awarded to an outstanding student (minimum average 80%) entering the third year of either an Honors Specialization or Major offered by the Departments of French Studies or Modern Languages and Literatures. $1,000 (awarded in Fall)

Modern Languages & Literatures

  • German Exchange Travelling Fellowship Awarded to full-time Western students selected to participate in an official UWO exchange program to Germany. The number and awards will be determined annually. Awards will be made up to a max of 10 students. Exchange office notifies in Spring. Harriet Beatrice Freele Scholarship (also French) Awarded to an outstanding student (minimum average 80%) entering the third year of either an Honors Specialization or Major offered by the Departments of French or Modern Languages and Literatures. $1,000
    Raymond Immerwahr Awards for Excellence in German Awarded to students entering the third or the fourth year of an Honors Bachelor degree with either an Honors Specialization in German Language and Literature or a double Major including German who achieve the highest average marks (80% minimum) in two senior German courses. $1,800 (awarded in Fall)
    Edna Jeffery Scholarships (also Philosophy & Others [non-Arts and Humanities]) See Undergraduate - General category (below) Italian Studies Prizes – (2012) **NEW** Awarded annually to the highest-ranking students in Italian Studies (min. 80% average), with preference given to those pursuing a Minor in Italian Studies. The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures will select the recipients each Spring. 4 @ $500
    Herbert K. Kalbfleisch Scholarship Awarded to a full-time student whose first language is not German, entering third or fourth year of a Four Year Bachelor degree program which includes an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in German. $2,000 (awarded in Fall)
    Wilfred and Zeta O’Donnell Travelling Fellowship (also Classics and French) See Classics category (above)
    Alfred Edward Hathaway Petrie Scholarship Awarded annually to the full-time undergraduate student who has achieved the highest standing in first-year Spanish and who is registered to continue in an Honors Specialization, Specialization or major in Spanish. Students whose first language is Spanish are not eligible. Final selection will be made by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Scholarship Committee. $750
    Renata Purekevich Scholarship Awarded to a student with the highest marks in German 1030, 1030w/x, 2200 or German 2200w/x who is entering the second year of a Four Year degree program which includes an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in German. $200 (awarded in Fall)
    John D. Schussler Travelling Award Awarded to a student participating in an exchange program in Germany. Preference to a student in Arts and Humanities. $500
    Dr. R.N. Shervill Gold Medal Awarded annually to the graduating student who has achieved the highest academic average in an Honors Specialization in Spanish Language and Literature. Gold Medal & $500 (awarded in Spring)
    Special German Scholarship Awarded to a student with the highest mark in German 2200 or 2200W/X who is entering the second year of a Four Year degree program which includes an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in German. $800
    Gordon Tracy Award for Excellence in German Literature Awarded to a graduating student registered in an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in German who attains the highest average in all German literature courses taken. $500 (awarded in Spring)
    A. Dorothy Turville Gold Medal (French & MLL) Awarded to a student in an Honors Bachelor degree graduating with a double Major in French and Spanish. Gold Medal & $500 (awarded in Spring)
    A. Dorothy Turville Undergraduate Language Travelling Fellowships (French & MLL) See A. Dorothy Turville in the French Department category (above)

Philosophy:

  • Barry and Alison Brown 125th Anniversary Alumni Award Awarded to a full-time student in Year 2 or higher of an Honors Specialization or double Major in Philosophy based on academic achievement (minimum 70% average) and financial need. Preference will be given to students in Year 2. Applications can be accessed online through the Office of the Registrar web site and must be submitted by September 30. $300
    Edna Jeffery Scholarships (also MLL) See Undergraduate - General category (below)
    Allison H. Johnson Scholarship in Philosophy Awarded to a student completing third year of an Honors Bachelor degree with either an Honors Specialization in Philosophy or a double Major including Philosophy who plans to continue in fourth year of the program at Western. The recipient must have an average of at least 80% and have demonstrated particular excellence in both philosophy and non-philosophy courses. $800 (awarded in Fall)
    Harold Johnson Memorial Scholarship in Mediaeval Philosophy Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in Philosophy or a full-time graduate student in a Masters or Doctoral program in Philosophy based on academic achievement (Minimum 80% academic average), to enable the recipient to attend the International Mediaeval Congress. A committee appointed by the Chair of the Department of Philosophy will select the recipient. $800 - $1000 (awarded in Fall)
    Robert A. Parker Book Prize in Philosophy Awarded to a student in year two or higher of a four year degree program with an Honors Specialization, Specialization, or Major in Philosophy who demonstrates academic achievement (minimum 80% academic average) and an interest in or pursuit of a career in business or commerce. Preference will be given to students in year two. Applications can be obtained from the Department of Philosophy and must be submitted by March 1 along with an essay of up to 250 words about what the recipient intends to do with his/her Philosophy degree. One book & $250 award (awarded in Spring)
    Sarah J. Shorten UWO Faculty Association Scholarship Awarded to a student with the best academic performance in second year of a program in Philosophy, who has taken at least three full Philosophy courses, no more than one of which is at the 1000-level. $1000

Visual Arts:

  • Ollie & Mark Cameron Scholarship Tenable in the fourth year of the Honors Specialization in Art History and Criticism by the full-time student ranked highest in at least three Art History and/or Art Criticism courses of the Department of Visual Arts taken concurrently in the third year of that degree program. $275 (awarded in Fall)
    Canadian Embroiderers’ Guild, London, Memorial Award Awarded annually to a third or fourth year undergraduate student in a Visual Arts program who submits the best work in textile arts. Students must present original, completed work that demonstrates significant use of textiles to the Chair of the Visual Arts Department by January 28th. The Chair of the Department of Visual Arts, in consultation with at least one other faculty member, will select the recipient. The Guild will be provided with a digital image of the work, and the student will be offered the opportunity to have the work available for viewing at the Guild’s annual Spring Textile Showcase, in co-ordination with the award recipient and the Department of Visual Arts. This prize was established by the Canadian Embroiderers' Guild, London. $500
    Gray Creative Arts Award in Visual Arts Awarded to a full-time student completing their third year of a Visual Arts Degree program who excels in one of the following areas: 1) two-dimensional art (drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, etc.); 2) three-dimensional art (sculpture, holography, performance); 3) time-based art (video, sound). The award will rotate among the identified areas so that each area is represented at least once within a five-year period. Third-year students are invited to apply by January 31. Students are to provide between five and eight images of work in the medium to which the award is directed that year. Additionally, applicants will submit a proposal describing their work in the year ahead, including an objective and a CV. The selection committee will be comprised of the Chair of Visual Arts, one faculty member in the Department of Visual Arts and another art professional, i.e., curator at the McIntosh Gallery or a community artist. $2,000
    The Craig Henshaw Award **NEW** Fdn Western 1-yr expendable & remainder endowed Awarded annually to one male and one female full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of any Visual Arts program (min. 70% average) who exhibits the qualities of leadership, community spirit and citizenship through extra-curricular activities, as well as exhibiting a generosity of spirit, and who is generally regarded as contributing positively to the experience of fellow students, staff and faculty in the Department of Visual Arts. A 1-page statement of nomination must be submitted to the Department of Visual Arts by September 30th by a faculty or staff member in the Department of Visual Arts or by a fellow student detailing how the nominee participates in extra-curricular activities as a leader at the departmental or university level and demonstrates the above values. The recipient will be selected by a committee convened by the Associate Dean (Academic) of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities. 2 @ $1,000
    Bess A. Hewitt Scholarship in Visual Arts Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in Year 3 of the Honors Specialization in Studio Arts in the Visual Arts degree program, Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Candidates must have achieved a minimum of 80% modular average in their previous year of studies and demonstrated artistic excellence in their portfolio. Portfolios must be submitted to the Visual Arts Department office by January 31- to be awarded in May. The recipient will be chosen by an awards committee within the Visual Arts department (composed of the Chair and two other members) $1,000
    Richard Ivey Foundation Continuing Awards in Studio Art Awarded annually to full-time undergraduate students entering their 1st year of study who are pursuing an Honors Specialization in Studio Arts in Arts and Humanities, based on academic achievement and demonstrated financial need This award will continue provided the recipients maintain an average of 75%, a full-time course load, and continue to demonstrate financial need each year. Applications can be accessed through the Registrar’s website and must be submitted by September 30. If a student fails to retain the scholarship, another student from the same year who meets the criteria will be selected.2@$1,250, continuing for 4 yrs Ivey
    Foundation Continuing Awards in Studio Arts Awarded annually to full-time undergraduate students entering their 1st year of study who are pursuing an Honors Specialization in Studio Arts in Arts and Humanities, based on academic achievement and demonstrated financial need. This award will continue provided the recipients maintain an average of 75%, a full-time course load, and continue to demonstrate financial need each year. Applications can be accessed through the Registrar's website and must be submitted by September 30. If a student fails to retain a scholarship, another student from the same year who meets the criteria will be selected. 2 @ $1,250 continuing for 4 years. (awarded in Fall)
    Madeline Lennon Essay Award Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in year 3 or 4 of a BA in Honors Specialization Art History and Criticism or a Major in Art History who is judged to have the best essay on Art History. Essay regulations will be advertised and posted through the Visual Arts departmental office, with an annual due date of January 31. The winning essay will be chosen by a representative committee of faculty to be appointed by the Chair of Visual Arts. $1,000
    Tony & Betsy Little Gold Medal in Visual Arts Awarded to the student graduating from an Honors Specialization in Visual Arts program with the highest average. Gold Medal & $200 award (awarded in Spring)
    Tony & Betsy Little Scholarship in Visual Arts Awarded to a student in an Honors Specialization in Visual Arts program who achieves a minimum 80% academic average. The Faculty of Arts and Humanities Scholarships and Awards Committee will select the recipient. $600 (awarded in Fall)
    Benjamin Noble Scholarship Awarded to a second year student with an average of at least 80% who is registered in an Honors Specialization in Visual Arts, Art History & Criticism or Studio Arts. This scholarship is tenable in third year. $700 (awarded in Fall)
    Margaret Rand Memorial Award in Visual Arts Awarded to a full-time or part-time student (minimum 3 courses) in year 2 or beyond of an Honors Bachelor degree with an Honors Specialization or double Major in Visual Arts; a 4-year Bachelor degree with a Specialization or Major in Visual Arts; or, a 3-year Bachelor degree with a Major or double Minor in Visual Arts. Candidates must have achieved an 80% average in their last full year of study (5 courses or equivalent taken part-time) and demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to candidates who registered at Western as mature students and who can demonstrate a plan to continue their work in Visual Arts personally or professionally. Applications can be accessed through the Registrar’s website and must be submitted by September 30. The online application and an essay (maximum 250 words) describing the candidate’s plan to pursue Visual Arts must be submitted by September 30. Registrar’s Office will determine financial need and Chair of Visual Arts will select the recipient. $1,000
    Peter J. Thomson 125th Anniversary Alumni Award Awarded to a full-time student in Year 2 of an Honors Bachelors degree or a 4-year Bachelors degree offered by the Department of Visual Arts based on academic achievement (minimum 70% average) and financial need. Recipients will continue receiving this award in Year 3 and Year 4 provided that they continue to meet the award criteria. Once the current recipient no longer qualifies, a new Year 2 student will be chosen. Applications can be accessed online through the Office of the Registrar web site and must be submitted by September 30. The Office of the Registrar will determine financial need and the Department of Visual Arts will select the recipient. $1000, continuing up to 3 years

Women's Studies & Feminist Research:

  • Julie Ashford Scholarship Awarded to a full-time student entering fourth year in an Honors Specialization in Women's Studies and Feminist Research or an Honors Double Major that includes Women's Studies and Feminist Research, based on academic achievement (minimum 80% modular average). The recipient will be chosen by an awards committee for the Department of Women's Studies and Feminist Research. $875 (awarded in Fall)
    Morgentaler Scholarship Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in any degree program at the constituent university who is taking a module in Women's Studies, based on academic achievement (minimum 80% average). The Chair of the Department of Women's Studies and Feminist Research will select the recipient. $1,050 (awarded in Fall)
    Shrimati Lajjawaati Pathak Scholarship in Women's Studies Awarded to a full-time or part-time student who has completed 4.0 degree-credit Women's Studies core or cross-listed courses and is enrolled in either an Honors Specialization, Major, Specialization or Minor in Women's Studies, or a Certificate in Applied Women's Studies. $400 (awarded in Fall)
    Women's Caucus Essay Award The award is intended to recognize a student or students whose creativity, scholarship and understanding of issues facing women in society and across cultures, shows commitment to women's studies. Deadline for submission is April 30. For detailed information, click Here. 2 @ $200 (awarded in Spring)

Arts & Humanities - General:

  • Arts Scholarship Awarded to an undergraduate student in any year of a program in Arts and Humanities based on academic achievement (minimum 80% average) and financial need. Applications can be accessed through the Registrar's website and must be submitted by September 30. 2 @ 2,500
    Arts and Humanities Students' Council Award Awarded annually to a full-time student in 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year in Arts and Humanities who has achieved a minimum 80% average in the previous year of study and has contributed to the growth and development of the Arts and Humanities community through extra-curricular involvement and/or philanthropic work. A 1-page statement outlining the candidate's extra-curricular involvement must be submitted to the Dean's Office in Arts and Humanities by September 30. $1,000
    Dean's Entrance Scholarship Awarded to full-time students entering 1st year of an undergraduate program in Arts and Humanities. Students must have a final admission average between 84% and 87.9%. The number of scholarships will be determined annually by the Dean of Arts and Humanities. $2,000/each
    Faculty of Arts and Humanities Alumni Awards Awarded to undergraduate students registered in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities in any year beyond year one, who can demonstrate financial need and are maintaining a minimum B+ average. Applications can be accessed through the Office of the Registrar's website and must be submitted by September 30. 20 @ $1,000 (awarded in Fall)
    Faculty of Arts and Humanities Alumni Scholarships Awarded to full-time undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, in any year beyond year one, with a minimum 85% academic average. 3 @ $1,000 Faculty of Arts and Humanities Entrance Scholarship of Excellence Awarded to full-time students entering the 1st year of an undergraduate program in Arts and Humanities. Students must have a minimum final admission average of 88% and be eligible for a University entrance scholarship (Western Scholarship of Distinction, Western Scholarship of Excellence or a Continuing Admission Scholarship). This scholarship will be a supplement to the University entrance scholarship. The number of scholarships will be determined annually by the Dean of Arts and Humanities. $500/each
    Diana Beattie Exchange Scholarship Fund Awarded to a student in any year of any program in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, who is participating in an authorized international exchange program, based on academic achievement. Selection will be made by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Scholarships and Awards Committee in conjunction with the Exchange Coordinator in the Office of the Registrar. $2,500
    Austin Conway Entrance Scholarships Awarded annually to full-time students entering first year of any program in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, based on academic achievement (minimum 80% average) and financial need. Online financial need application forms can be obtained through the Office of the Registrar's website and must be submitted by September 30. The Office of the Registrar will select the recipients. 2 @ $1,600
    Joan and Geno Francolini Award in Arts Awarded to an undergraduate student in any year of a program in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities based on financial need who has achieved a minimum 75% academic average. Applications can be accessed through the Office of the Registrar's website and must be completed by September 30. The recipient will be selected by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Scholarships and Awards Committee. $1,000 (awarded in Fall)
    Richard Ivey Foundation Continuing Awards in Arts Awarded to students who are entering second year studies who have a minimum 75% average in principal courses, are registered in an honors program in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities (except in the Department of Visual Arts) and who demonstrate financial need. In order to retain these awards, students must continue to demonstrate financial need and must maintain at least a 75% average in principal courses in each of years two and three with continued registration in an honors program in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Applications can be accessed through the Office of the Registrar's website and must be submitted by September 30. Final selection will be made by the Scholarship Committee of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. 2 @ $1,250 continuing (awarded in Fall)
    Kay MacIver Memorial Award Awarded to a student in 3rd year in an Honors Bachelor degree with either an Honors Specialization or a double Major in Arts and Humanities who enrolled in at least 5.0 courses and is progressing from year 3 to year 4. Preference will be given to a student with an interest in the field of communications, and who has demonstrated high ideals and broad interests through a significant performance in extracurricular music, theatre, the arts, student government, service to society, or athletics. Students must apply by letter and resume to the Associate Dean (Academic) of Arts and Humanities by January 30. $2,000
    Parents Fund Awards in the Faculty of Arts Awarded annually to a student in second, third, or fourth year in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities who has achieved at least a “B” average while demonstrating leadership in the community and participating in extra-curricular activities. Application forms are available at the Office of the Registrar and must be submitted not later than September 30. $600 (awarded in Fall)
    Rogers Family Awards in Arts Available to full time students registered in the third year of study in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at The University of Western Ontario based on academic achievement in Year 2. Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated the greatest increase in their annual academic average between the first year of university study and completion of the second year of university. Candidates must also demonstrate an aptitude for creative and innovative thought, exceptional achievement in extracurricular activities and commitment to active citizenship. Application forms can be obtained from the Office of the Registrar and must be returned to that office not later than September 30. A university selection committee will choose academically-qualified recipients based on the application and essay submission. 2 @ $2,500 (awarded in Fall)
    Marie Smibert Writing Program Student Achievement Prizes Awarded annually to undergraduate students in the following four divisions of the Writing Program: 1. Introductory essay writing (Writing 2101F/G and 2121F/G) 2. Advanced essay writing (Writing 2202F/G) 3. Non-fiction writing (Writng 2203F/G and special topics courses) 4. Technical writing (Writing 2205F/G, 2207F/G, 2209F/G, and special topics courses). Students submit their entries from Writing Program courses taken during the summer, fall and winter terms to the Writing, Rhetoric, and Professional Communication Program office for evaluation. Deadline for submissions is April 30. 1 @ $250, and up to 2 @ $100, in each of the four divisions (awarded in Fall)
    Stephanie Spinks Arts Scholarship Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student registered in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, in any year beyond Year one, with a minimum 85% academic average. $675 (awarded in Fall)
    Rosslyn Kelly Swanson Arts Scholarship Awarded to students in any year of any program in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities who have achieved a minimum 80% average and demonstrated financial need. Applications can be accessed through the Office of the Registrar's website and must be submitted by September 30. Final selection will be made by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Scholarships and Awards Committee. 2 @ $2,000 (awarded in Fall)
    Mary and George Turnbull Award in Arts Awarded to a student in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities who has demonstrated financial need and has achieved a high “B” average. Preference will be given to students majoring in English. Applications can be accessed through the Office of the Regiatrar's website and must be submitted by September 30. $2,500 (awarded in Fall) Western Alumni Global Opportunities Awards in Arts and Humanities Awarded annually to full-time undergraduate students enrolled in Arts and Humanities who are participating in a Western University international experience or study abroad program for which academic credit or approval from their department or faculty will be obtained. . This includes academic exchange programs; approved study abroad programs; curriculum based international field courses/ research, international study or international community service learning; volunteer opportunities and internships led by Western University. To qualify for these awards, the experience must meet at least one of the following criteria: be organized by Western University staff, faculty or department; be eligible for academic credit; form a required component of the student’s degree program. Students participating in any of the above-listed programs who are registered at the constituent University may be considered. Students must have completed their prescribed academic program the previous year and currently be registered in a full-time course load (min. 3.5 full courses). Students may apply for this award in advance of being accepted into an eligible international learning program with receipt of the award contingent upon acceptance into the program. Students may only receive a GO award once during the academic career at Western. Online applications are available on the GO website, Western International. Transcripts are required for students who studied elsewhere in their previous academic year. Applications are due on November 30 (for decisions in early January) and March 15 (for decisions in early May).Students may be selected based on a combination of academic achievement, as well as a statement outling how this experience will contribute to their development as a global citizen, what they expect to learn through their program of study and how they will be an effective Ambassador for Western. 10 @ $2,000 2012-13; 5 @ $2,000 2013-14

Undergraduate - General:

  • Earl Arscott Memorial Scholarship Awarded to students entering the final year of any three-year or four year BA program in each of the Faculties of Arts and Humanities, Health Sciences (Kinesiology only), Music, Science, Social Science with an average of at least 80%. $300-one for each Faculty (awarded in Fall)
    Avie Bennett Prize in Canadian Literature Awarded annually for the best essay written by an undergraduate student registered in a Canadian Literature course at the Constituent University. Every year instructors of Canadian literature courses will be invited to recommend the best essay submitted for credit within the current academic year. The essays must be submitted for adjudication by April 30. The Chair of the Department of English will name a panel of three Canadian literature specialists to review the submissions and, within three weeks of the submission deadline, select the recipient. $500 plus a complete set of The New Canadian Library (awarded in Spring)
    Canadian Robert T. Jones, Jr. Scholarships Awarded to undergraduates who are eligible to enter the third (Junior) year of a participating honors program in Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Social Science, and Science, at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, and have obtained a minimum academic average of 80%. Application deadline is January 24 to the Dean’s Office, Faculty of Social Science. $6,000 each
    Marguerite R. Dow Canadian Heritage Writing Award Awarded to a Canadian citizen or permanent resident registered in any undergraduate or graduate program at Western who submits, in English or French, any personal and recent work of creative writing, in any genre or length, on a theme of Canadian Heritage, that has not so far been published or entered in any other competition. Application should be directed to the Associate Dean of Arts and Humanities by February 1. up to $1,000
    Lisa Gilmer Memorial Award Awarded annually, on a non-academic basis, to an undergraduate student who is registered in Year 2, 3, or 4 in Arts and Humanities or Social Science and who demonstrates involvement with student life either on or off campus. Preference will be given to applicants who are active participants in the University Students’ Council as a counselor, commissioner, committee member, or a writer for one of the campus newspapers (The Gazette or The Western News). However, students who have demonstrated a strong desire and willingness to get involved in student life will also be considered. Applications can be accessed through the Registrar’s website and must be submitted by February 28. The recipient will be selected in May and the award will be given upon registration in the Fall. Nominations for appropriate candidates area also encouraged. $1,800
    Edna Jeffery Scholarships Awarded for the highest standing in second year in an Honors Specialization in Psychology, Computer Science, Philosophy, or Kinesiology, or an Honors Bachelor degree in a double Major which includes a Major offered by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. $500 each - one for each discipline (awarded in Fall)
    Lillian Kroll Prize in Creative Writing Awarded competitively to an undergraduate student (including students at the affiliated colleges) who exhibits a developing talent for creative writing on the basis of a portfolio of submitted writings (prose, fiction, poetry or drama) that has not so far been published or won an award in any other competition. Tenable once. Application should be directed to the Department of English by February 1. $250
    Memorial Scholarship Awarded each year to one student in the faculty of Arts and Humanities and one student in the Faculty of Social Science. Candidates must be in Year 2 or higher and achieve a minimum 80% academic average. $1,250/Faculty Millenium Excellence Award, Canada Millenium Scholarship Foundation The Canada Millennium Scholarships Program was replaced by the Canada Student Grants Program starting in the 2009-2010 academic year. A transition grant was made available for eligible recipients of the Millennium Bursary to provide non-repayable funding for up to three additional years of undergraduate study. The federal government will also continue to provide funding for eligible recipients of the Millennium Excellence Award until 2013. Alfred Poynt Award in Poetry See English Department Awards (above) Marie Smibert Writing Program Student Achievement Prizes See Arts and Humanities - General (above) The Third Year in Nice Study Abroad Program Awarded in September to full-time undergraduate students (from all Faculties in the Constituent University) who are participating in the Canadian Third Year in Nice Program during the year they recieve the award and who have maintained an average of at least 70% in the previous year. Up to 15 at $5,000
    Gordon R. Thompson OSOTF Award Awarded to a student pursuing a degree in the Humanities who have a minimum 70% average and who demonstrate financial need. Applications can be accessed through the Office of the Registrar's website and must be submitted by September 30. $1,000 (awarded in Fall)
    William Wyatt Scholarships Awarded to the highest-ranking students in first-year who are entering an Honors Specialization or double Major in an Honors degree in Arts and Humanities, Health Sciences (Kinesiology only), Music, Science, and Social Science for which no other scholarships are awarded. $350/Faculty (awarded in Fall)

Bursaries:

  • Bursary Applications are available September 1 from Financial Aid and are due back by October 31. Most bursaries are awarded in the 2nd term in January and February by the Registrar's Office. For more information on how to apply for bursaries, click HERE for the Office of the Registrar's Bursary page.
    David H. Carr Bursaries in English Available to students in second, third or fourth year of an Honors Bachelor degree with either an Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature or double Major including English Language and Literature. 4 @ $1,150 each.
    A. Grace Crawforth OSOTF Bursary Awarded to a student in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities majoring in English and/or French who demonstrates financial need. $1,000
    A. Grace Crawforth Bursary Awarded to a student in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities in an Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature or French Language and Literature or a double Major in English and French who demonstrates financial need. $800
    Jessie MacFarlane Bursary Available to a student enrolled in third or fourth year of an Honors Bachelor degree with either an Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature or a double Major including English Language and Literature with a minimum of 70% average. $120
    French Studies A. Grace Crawforth Bursary See English Department category (above) Harry C. Steels Bursary (French or MLL) – (1987) Fdn Western-Direct Pay (FW) [880018] (67S550) 210050 Awarded to a financially needy student registered in any year of any program in Modern Languages or French. Up to $400
    Modern Languages and Literatures Harry C. Steels Bursary Awarded to a financially needy student registered in any year of any program in Modern Languages or French Studies. Up to $400
    Visual Arts Jeanette Duncan Sharpe Memorial Bursary Awarded to a Visual Arts student entering fourth year. Preference will be given to a student taking Studio Arts. $300.
    Arts and Humanities - General Joan Adams Avison Bursary Awarded to any student in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities who demonstrates financial need. Up to $500
    Bandeen Family Bursary Awarded to a student in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities or the Faculty of Social Science who demonstrates financial need. Up to $900
    Betty Blackwell Bursary Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student, who applied to Western as a mature student, and is now in Year 2 or higher of any degree program offered by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, based on financial need. $675
    Katharine Kingsmill Burdick Bursary Awarded to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities with a demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to female students. $450
    Geoffrey K. Caldwell 125th Anniversary Alumni Bursary Awarded to a full-time student in any year beyond year one in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities based on financial need. $375
    Lloyd E. Carter Bursary Awarded to a full-time second, third, or fourth year student registered in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. $250 Godsoe Family Bursary Awarded annually to a student registered in the Faculty of Social Science or the Faculty of Arts and Humanities who has strong academic standing and a demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to a student who is taking courses with the Departments of Economics, History and Philosophy and who is registered at main campus, however is taking one course at Huron College. $2,400
    Mary (Pat) Hicks Bursary in the Faculty of Arts Awarded annually to a student in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities who demonstrates financial need. $1,200
    International Services of London Inc. Bursaries Awarded to a student with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Tenable at Western and its affiliated colleges. $750 each (3)
    Earl H. Orser Bursaries Awarded to any student who has demonstrated financial need who is progressing satisfactorily. Preferences will be given to a student enrolled in either of the Faculties of Arts and Humanities or Social Science. Up to $600
    Terry Pether Memorial Bursary Awarded to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities with demonstrated financial need. $900
    Terry Pether Memorial OSOTF Bursary Awarded to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities with demonstrated financial need. 1 @ $500 awarded every eight years starting 2004 - 2005
    Laura Simon Memorial Bursary Fund Awarded to any student in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student with an interest in Visual Arts who is enrolled in courses such as art history, film appreciation, studio or computer art. $1,500