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Scholarship information2022-09-28T12:21:07-04:00

The Scholarship Report

Read previous issues of The Scholarship Report, a PDF newsletter for which the guidance department has a paid subscription for your use.

Scholarship news

Please note due dates and criteria for scholarships in posts below!

2024 belairdirect Scholarship

Value: $1000

due date: July 31, 2024

Eligibility: be related to someone with a belaridirect insurance policy or who is an employee of belairdirect

Begin your academic path with belairdirect’s 2024 Scholarship | belairdirect

Applicants will be evaluated based on three components:

  • Academic achievement (academic average and academic awards)
  • Volunteer/community involvement and/or extracurricular activities; and
  • Quality and relevance of the personal statement


By |June 7th, 2024|

Libro Credit Union Student Awards

Libro Credit Union Student Awards

Several awards of $2000.00 each

Due: April 21, 2024

  • Community commitment and academic success
  • Application online at:
By |March 28th, 2024|

OECTA Waterloo Bursary Program: 2024

OECTA Waterloo Bursary Program: 2024

Due date (to Guidance): May 6, 2024

The main purpose of our program is to provide financial assistance to our graduating secondary students who are continuing their education.  All students completing their studies at any Catholic Secondary School in Waterloo Region may be eligible to submit an application.

All awards will be made based on the expressed financial needs of the students and within the financial limitations of our Waterloo Unit.

Application forms are available in the Guidance Office

Please speak to your counsellor if you have questions.

By |March 20th, 2024|

The Access Program: McMaster University Awards and Bursaries

The Access Program: Supporting Equity Deserving Students

Our goal is to help you envision post-secondary education at McMaster as a world of possibilities instead of barriers. There are funds to help.
McMaster’s Access Program connects equity-deserving students and those from historically under-represented backgrounds with information and supports to set them up for success in university.
Equity-deserving groups often include:
Students with parents who did not attend, or complete, post-secondary studies (first-generation university students)
Indigenous students
Students with disabilities
Certain racialized minority students (especially youth with Afro-Canadian and Latin American backgrounds)
Students from low-income families and neighbourhoods
Adult learners who are new to post-secondary education
Students from rural communities
Women (in some disciplines)
Students who wouldn’t attend post-secondary without additional programs or supports

More Information

By |February 8th, 2024|
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