University of Guelph Ontario Remembrance Scholarship
In memory of those who died in the January 2020 plane disaster in Iran, the Ontario government established the Ontario Memorial Scholarship. The University of Guelph will award two scholarships of $10,000 in memory of the two University of Guelph students who died in the crash, Milad Ghasemi Ariani and Ghanimat Azhdari. Two undergraduate students with demonstrated academic excellence and financial need will receive these awards. Both domestic and foreign students can apply, however, they favor international applicants.
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements
1. Registered in an undergraduate degree program with a minimum of 1.5 credits in each of the fall and winter semesters at the University of Guelph. 2. Demonstrated financial need (as determined through the submission of a Financial Need Assessment Form). 3. Minimum 70% cumulative average. 4. Completed a minimum of 5.0 credits at the time of application.
Method of Application
Please submit the following completed documents to Student Financial Services by email to [email protected]: This Ontario Remembrance Scholarship Application Form. The appropriate Financial Need Assessment Form is available on the Student Financial Services website. If you have already submitted the form for Fall/Winter 2022-23, you do not need to resubmit it.
Application Deadline: October 7. Apply Here
University of Guelph Ontario Remembrance Scholarship is a scholarship program that rewards academic success and aids students in furthering their education. More than $42.7 million in scholarships were given to University of Guelph students in 2021. Scholarships are awarded based on excellent performance, including extracurricular activities, a history of leadership qualities, and volunteer work. The scholarship aims to stimulate further learning and development while recognizing the recipient for their prior accomplishments. In order to collect their scholarship, students must be registered. The University of Guelph offers a variety of financial aid options, including scholarships, need-based scholarships, and bursaries, as well as government assistance programs. Furthermore, the University of Guelph offers work-study and undergraduate research assistantship programs. The Ontario Remembrance Scholarship is designed to assist students and recognizes academic excellence and financial need. The scholarship is open to both domestic and international students, with a preference for international applicants.