Every year, the UWSA offers $10,500 in scholarships and bursaries. This year, we have increased that amount and increased the number of individual scholarships available to recognize the additional need arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. UWSA scholarships are given out based on academic performance, extracurricular activities or community involvement. All undergraduate students are encouraged to apply.
In order to be eligible to apply for a scholarship, you must be a UWSA member in the Winter 2021 semester or had been one in the Fall 2020 semester. A UWSA member is a full-time undergraduate student. Full-time is defined as taking 4 or 5 courses. This includes JD and MD programs.
Applications will open the week of February 8, 2021 and will be open until March 14, 2021. Applications will be submitted via Qualtrics Form. For each scholarship that you apply, you will need to provide a description about yourself and why you believe you should be awarded the scholarship. Your submission is limited to 3,000 characters. Please have your submission ready in a Word document prior to opening the Qualtrics Form.
If you have any questions about scholarships, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Womxn in STEM ($500)
o A student that identifies as a Womxn and is enrolled in a program specific to science, technology, engineering, or mathematics
- Student Advocate (2 x $500)
o A student who has shown great initiative in advocating for student rights on campus and in the community
- Accessibility ($1,000)
o A student who faces an accessibility barrier and is underrepresented through lack of accessibility options
- Financial Hardship ($1,500)
o A student who has recently suffered a financial setback causing them to take back on classes
- Student Leadership ($500)
o A student who has shown excellent capabilities as a leader through involvement on campus
- International Student Leader ($500)
o An international student who has shown excellent capabilities as a leader through involvement on campus
- Entrepreneur ($500)
o A student who operates their own business while also pursuing an education
- Club Innovator/Creator ($500)
o A student who has recently created or turned around a club/group on campus and helped it thrive
- Academic and Involvement Leadership (2 x $500)
o A student who both excels at leadership and involvement, and has shown an excellent academic standing
o Must have at least a 75% cumulative average
- Artistic (2 x $500)
o A student who has shown great appreciation and dedication to arts on campus through music, theatre, or visual arts
- Law ($500)
o Must be enrolled in the Faculty of Law
- Athletics ($500)
o Must be in athletics
- Graduating Student ($500)
o Must be graduating before the commencement of the Fall 2021 semester
- Jason Solomon Rise Above (2 x $500)
o A full-time, undergraduate students who self-identify as Black African, Black Caribbean, Black North American, multi- racial students who have and identify with their Black ancestry, etc.
- Excelling BIPOC Student Scholarship ($1,000)
o A graduating, racialized student who has excelled in their academics and has
demonstrated community-building amongst the student body during their time at the University of Windsor.
o Graduating before the commencement of the Fall 2021 semester
- Brighter Futures for BIPOC Womxn ($500)
o This scholarship is awarded to a student that identifies as a BIPOC womxn, has made a significant impact on the campus community through a leadership position, and has faced adversity (i.e., financial hardships, health, etc.) during their undergraduate journey.