EEB Scholarships

EEB awards over $25,000 in merit- and financial needs-based scholarships every year. EEB students are automatically considered for the awards below, if they meet the eligibility requirements (see note below).

Jacques Berger Bursary – Awarded to a student entering or within third or fourth year; either full-time or part-time status. Awarded on the basis of financial need; academic merit is also considered. Awarded to students who have participated in an EEB field course. The award may be held only once.

Chinese Canadian Association of Biomedical Professionals Scholarship – Awarded to a student either full-time or part-time who obtains the highest grade in BIO120H1; financial need may be considered.

Edwin J. Crossman Bursary – Awarded to students in fourth year; either full-time or part-time status. Awarded on the basis of financial need; academic merit is also considered. Awarded to students studying freshwater fishes, freshwater fisheries, freshwater ecology, or ecology (having taken at least one of the following courses: EEB319H1, EEB321H1, EEB322H1, EEB324H1, EEB328H1, EEB382H, EEB428H1, EEB440H1).

Rustom H. Dastur Undergraduate Bursary in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology – Awarded to one or more students taking an Ecology and Evolutionary Biology field course. Awarded based on financial need and academic merit.

J.R. Dymond Memorial Award – Awarded to a student in second or third year; either full-time or part-time status. Awarded on the basis of financial need; academic merit may also be considered. Awarded to a student in a Specialist or Major program offered by the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who has completed a core course in ecology ENV234H1, EEB319H1, or EEB321H1. The award may be held only once.

J. Bruce Falls Bursary – Awarded to student entering fourth year; either full-time or part-time status. Awarded on the basis of financial need; academic merit may also be considered. Awarded to a student in a Specialist or Major program offered by the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Dr. Paul H.M. Guo Bursary – Awarded to students entering second, third or fourth year; either full-time or part-time status. Awarded on the basis of financial need; academic merit will also be considered. Students in a Specialist or Major program offered by the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology are eligible, with preference given to students studying Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. The award may be held more than once.

Raymond R. Langford Bursary – Awarded to a student in fourth year; either full-time or part-time status. Awarded on the basis of financial need. Awarded to student studying ecology or aquatic ecology (e.g. EEB319H1, EEB321H1, ENV334H1, EEB443H1).

Isabella Moffat Gilchrist Prize – Awarded to a student in second, third or fourth year; either full-time or part-time status. Awarded to student who earned the highest grade in EEB330H1.

Edmund Murton Walker Scholarship – Awarded to a student in third or fourth year; either full-time or part-time status with an A average. Awarded to an outstanding student in a Specialist or Major program offered by the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology selected on the basis of their entire university career. Financial need may be considered.

Irvin S. Naylor Scholarship in Field Biology – Awarded to students with financial need and academic merit in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is participating in EEB field courses (e.g. EEB403H,405H,407H,410H).

James D. Rising Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology – Awarded to a student with financial need and academic merit in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is participating in an EEB field course. The award can only be held once.

Hadwen Walker Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology – Awarded to an outstanding student who is entering a third or fourth year in a Specialist or Major program offered by the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Dorothy Whiting Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology – Awarded to a student in fourth year; either full time or part-time status with an A average. Awarded to outstanding student in a program offered by the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Please note if an award states that financial need "must" be considered, students on OSAP will only be considered.  For awards that are based on academic merit with "financial need considered", students on OSAP, as well as out of province students whose financial information is on file with the Faculty of Arts and Science, will also be considered.

If you have general questions about financial assistance, please visit the Student Financial Aid website.