Entrance or Admission Scholarships are awarded to students entering UofT for the first time to undertake their first full-time undergraduate degree program:
Toronto & Area Road Builders Association Scholarship
Established in 1987 through the generosity of the Toronto & Area Road Builders Association, this award is granted to a student entering first year of Civil Engineering. Selection is based on good academic standing and qualities of character and leadership.
Wallberg Admission Scholarship
From the income from the Wallberg bequest and on the recommendation of the Council of the Faculty, a number of admission scholarships are awarded annually to the six candidates with the highest average percentage in subjects prescribed for admission to the Faculty.
Value: $1,000 each
Lisa Anne Hamann Memorial Award
Established by family and friends in memory of Lisa Ann Hamann (nee Anzil) P.Eng., a graduate of the Class of 8T6 Mechanical Engineering, who passed away in 1995 in her 31st year.
Lisa was a successful Nuclear Engineer with Ontario Hydro, whose career path evolved from nuclear design, through project management and lastly as an Account Executive in International Sales. The consummate professional, committed to excellence in all her ventures, she was gifted with intelligence, talent and strength.
The award is to be presented to a female student in third or fourth year of Mechanical Engineering. Selection is based on academic standing, demonstrated leadership ability, commitment to a healthy and athletic lifestyle, involvement in community activities and financial need. It is hoped that through this Award, Lisa’s values, courage and accomplishments can become a beacon and opportunity for other women to pursue a career in the field of engineering.
The St. George’s Society of Toronto Endowment Fund
Established through a generous donation by the St. George’s Society of Toronto, several awards are available to students within the University, one of which is specifically for the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering.
In Engineering, the fund is awarded based on financial need and a minimum B average to an undergraduate or graduate student. Preference is given to in-course students.
Robert Sangster Memorial Admission Award
This scholarship, a gift of the family and friends of the late Robert Sangster, B.A.Sc. Electrical Engineering 1949, is awarded annually to a student entering the first year of any program in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic standing in secondary school.
John Pearson Duncan Admission Award (Brant County)
This award, provided in memory of the late John Pearson Duncan, B.A.Sc., University of Toronto, 1926, is granted to a student from a secondary school in Brant County entering the First year of any program in the Faculty, who has achieved not less than 80% on the subjects required for admission.
Selection is based on financial need and a combination of academic excellence, with the provision that financial need not be an absolute requirement for any award.
Engineering Alumni Association Admission Scholarships
Five scholarships are provided annually by the University of Toronto Engineering Alumni Association for students entering the First year of any course in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. The awards are made on the basis of high standing in Ontario Secondary school. There are two types of scholarships:
1) The William Ian MacKenzie Turner 2T5 Scholarship, named after a “Schoolman of Distinction”
2) Four Centennial Scholarships
Value: $1,000 each
U of T First Engineering Scholarship
Established in 2007, up to five awards will be awarded to students admitted to the first year of any program in the Faculty. Recipients must have a minimum 90% in pre-requisite courses and have substantial involvement in a school robotics team.
Value: $2,000 each
The Grabill Admission Scholarship
The Grabill Admission Scholarship is the gift of Mr. Dayton L. Grabill, a graduate of this Faculty in 1924. The scholarship is awarded to the candidate with high standing in an Ontario Secondary school.
Greater Toronto Sewer and Watermain Contractors Association Admission Scholarship
The Metropolitan Toronto Sewer and Watermain Contractors Association, an organization of independent contractor provides this admission scholarship to be awarded to a student entering the first year of the Civil Engineering program, who has achieved outstanding marks on the Ontario Secondary school subjects prescribed for admission.
The Murray Calder Hendry Scholarship
Established by the estate of Mrs. Grace Appel Hendry as a memorial to her husband, a graduate of this Faculty in 1905, this scholarship is awarded to student be entering the first year of any course in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. It has a value of the income from a capital sum of $10,000 and the recipient must have attained an average of at least 75% on the Ontario Secondary School subjects required for admission.
The FCCP – John Hin Chung Tsang Memorial Admission Scholarship
Established by Mrs. Pauline Tsang in co-operation with the Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals Education Foundation in memory of John Hin Chung Tsang, B.A.Sc., P.Eng, graduated in 1971 from Electrical Engineering at the University of Toronto. This award is granted to a student entering the first year of the Electrical Engineering Program who achieved the highest average on the prerequisite subjects required for admission to the Faculty.
More info at: http://www.adm.utoronto.ca/awards/admission-scholarships/