University College Scholarships

 

Entrance Scholarships (New Students)

President's Scholarships($1,000-$5,000)

The President’s Scholarship of Distinction of $5,000 is a renewable entrance scholarship awarded to every new full-time student who is accepted into a BA, BRE or Leading Edge program at Tyndale with a minimum average of 90%  (4.00 GPA) from their top six grade 12 U or M courses (including ENG4U).

The President’s Scholarship of Excellence of $2,000 is awarded to every new full time student who is accepted into a BA, BRE or Leading Edge program at Tyndale with an average between 80% and 89.9%  (3.70-3.89 GPA) from their top six grade 12 U or M courses (including ENG4U).

The President’s Scholarship of Merit of $1,000 is awarded to every new full time student who is accepted into a BA, BRE or Leading Edge program at Tyndale with an average between 75% and 79.9% (3.00-3.69 GPA) from their top six grade 12 U or M courses (including ENG4U).

To renew the President's Scholarship, a minimum GPA has to be maintained (Down-gradable if grades are not met at the current scholarship level).

Note: Transfer or mature students GPA will be taken from their most recent academic transcript.

Timothy Scholarship ($500)

Awarded to 6 first year full-time students. Student must be a dependent of a parent employed full-time by a church, mission organization, or a Christian elementary or high school. To apply, fill out the on-line Financial Aid application.

Children of Alumni Scholarship ($500)

Awarded to 5 first-year full-time students. Student must be a dependent of a parent who was a former student of Tyndale University College & Seminary (or OBC/OTS). Parent must have completed equivalent of one full-time year at Tyndale. To apply, fill out the on-line Financial Aid application.

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Returning and Graduating Scholarships (Current Students)

A scholarship is a merit-based, non-repayable sum of money awarded to a student to help finance further education.  Other awards are given in recognition of outstanding achievement.  Among other criteria, factors such as school and community involvement, qualities of leadership and in some cases financial need must be demonstrated. Scholarships for graduating students are awarded to those students in the final year of their program.  Scholarships for returning students are awarded in the following academic year of a student's program.  We are now accepting applications for scholarships and awards for the 2014-2015 academic year.

To download the application forms for all University College Scholarships, please click the link below:

 Application forms

 

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