Schedule of Scholarships and Awards
University of Guelph
- $1,000 – CFUW Guelph-Engineering Scholarship. Female students registered in year 3 in the Fall semester in the College of Engineering and Physical Science are eligible. Selection will be based on the highest cumulative grade average.
- $1,000 – CFUW Guelph –Nutritional Sciences Graduate Scholarship. Female students registered in a graduate program in the Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences who are working on a thesis project relevant to human nutrition are eligible. Selection will be based on academic achievement, relevant research activities, demonstrated strong leadership abilities and extra-curricular activities related to nutrition and health or women’s issues. Preference will be given to students who have graduated from a secondary school in Wellington County.
- $1000 – CFUW Guelph –Master of Fine Arts Scholarship – Full-time students registered in the Master of Fine Arts program are eligible. Selection is based on excellence in studio art and/or art history. Preference will be given to a practicing female artist with additional preference to a student who has graduated from a secondary school in Wellington County.
- $1500 – Conestoga College Bursaries (3 x $500). The award is directed to female students who demonstrate financial need and are making excellent academic progress in any program. Preference is given to a resident or former resident of Wellington County.
$500 is awarded to a student in Conestoga’s ECE diploma or Early Learning Program Development degree program, based on academic achievement and promise.
Other Guelph Wellington Community Agencies
- $1000 – Guelph Youth Music Centre Award. Our support helps to provide music, dance or other arts programming for youth and children, with an emphasis on families with demonstrated financial need and/or children with special needs.
- $1000 – Wyndham House Emergency Education Fund – provides financial support for tutoring and other assistance for young clients of Wyndham House to help them proceed to post-secondary education.
- $1000 – Hope House Bridges Out of Poverty Education Support Fund – provides support for participants from the Bridges out of Poverty program who are registered in full or part-time post-secondary education.
From time to time, we provide other awards for students in qualified educational programs. In 2019, we donated $500 to DAREarts First Roots program to help enrich educational programming for remote First Nations communities in Northern Ontario.