Use the form below to search among over 1000 scholarships and bursaries. There are two major deadlines to keep in mind:


October 1st is the deadline to apply for most bursaries offered by the university. Bursaries are usually given to students in financial need, though some bursaries may have additional criteria. Recipients will be notified by early February.

Struggling to pay for university? Consider applying for bursaries.


June 1st is the deadline for a large number of scholarships on campus. Scholarships are normally granted for academic achievement or leadership experiences. Recipients will be notified by the first day of classes.

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In addition to the major awards above, departments, colleges, and donors from outside the university offer awards throughout the year. Use the form below to find specific awards.

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Verna-Marie Parr and Paul-Marcel Gélinas Trust in Music Bursary

Number offeredVaries
EligibilityOpen to students who have completed one or more years of study at the U of S and who are pursuing studies in the College of Arts and Science majoring in a music program that focuses on honing applied music or compositional skills. Students must have achieved a minimum cumulative average of 75% as well as a minimum average of 80% on all courses in their major area of study.
Selection will be based on academic achievement and financial need as determined by the Award Committee.
Selection CriteriaFinancial need and academic achievement
DonorVerna-Marie Gélinas (nee Parr), BA 1934 and Paul-Marcel Gélinas
ApplyComplete the Department of Music Bursaries application

For more information, contact the Student Awards with the Administrative Support Group in the College of Arts and Science.
DeadlineOctober 1

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