Funding and awards

Scholarships, bursaries, and awards

See Student Awards and Financial Aid Office or visit their office on the second floor of Needles Hall to find out about scholarships, bursaries, and loan programs available to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, including those listed below.

Details and application forms for awards below are available at Faculty of Applied Health Sciences awards.

Entry Program Award Name

Aftab Patla Memorial Award in Kinesiology

Andrea Fraser Memorial Award

Kate Kenny Memorial Award

Warren Lavery Memorial Award

Michael Gellner Memorial Scholarship

All programs (Health Studies, Kinesiology, Recreation and Leisure Studies)

Michael T. Sharratt Award

William & Nona Heaslip Award for Applied Health Sciences Students

Laura Talbot-Allan Award in Applied Health Sciences

NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards Program

Hallman Undergraduate Research Fellowship

The Hallman Undergraduate Research Fellowship supports undergraduate students who wish to participate in research projects under the supervision of Faculty of Applied Health Sciences researchers working on health promotion issues. The proposals must be submitted by the Applied Health Sciences faculty member who would be supervising the student. Availability is dependent on the income generated by the Hallman Endowment Fund and the suitability of the proposals submitted

Interested in graduate studies?

If you're planning on applying to post-graduate education following your undergraduate studies, you are encouraged to apply for various graduate studies scholarships and funding in your fourth year.

Student endowment fund

Do you have a great idea for a project or event that will enhance the academic environment for your fellow students in Applied Health Sciences? Need some financial assistance to make it happen?

The Applied Health Sciences Endowment Fund (AHSEF) is a student-based financial support system used to support student-initiated projects with an academic and student life focus.