Entrance Scholarships

King’s offers generous unlimited and guaranteed Entrance Scholarships for all new domestic and international high school students.  The scholarship will be based on your final, overall high school average as calculated for admission.

Grade Range Scholarship Amount
80.0 – 84.9% $1,500.00
85.0 - 89.9% $2,500.00
90.0 – 94.9% $3,000.00
95.0%+ $3,500.00

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $2,500 | Deadline: Open

Effective starting the 2017-2018 academic year:

King's University College offers an unlimited number of C.A.A.T Entrance Scholarships to qualified applicants. Students who achieve a final average of 80.0-81.9% will be offered a scholarship of $1000.00; a final average of 82.0%-84.9% will be offered a scholarship of $1500.00; a final average of 85.0% - 89.9% will be offered a scholarship of $2000.00 and students who achieve a final average of 90.0% or above will receive a scholarship of $2500.00. Students must remain registered in four courses.

 

Eligibility

Effective starting the 2017-2018 academic year.

Students who achieve:

  • a final average of 80.0-81.9% will be offered a scholarship of $1000.00
  • a final average of 82.0%-84.9% will be offered a scholarship of $1500.00
  • a final average of 85.0% - 89.9% will be offered a scholarship of $2000.00
  • a final average of 90.0% or above will receive a scholarship of $2500.00

    Students must remain registered in four courses.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: unlimited

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $3,500.00 | Deadline: Open

King’s University College offers an unlimited number of entrance scholarships to qualified high school and international applicants. All students who achieve a final high school average of 80.0-84.9% will be offered a scholarship of $1500.00; a final high school average of 85.0%-89.9% will be offered a scholarship of $2500.00; a final high school average of 90.0% - 94.9% will be offered a scholarship of $3000.00 and students who achieve a final high school average of 95.0% or above will receive a scholarship of $3500.00. All scholarship recipients must: satisfy the published admission criteria and remain registered in four courses. These eligibility requirements will be confirmed by early November at which time the scholarship will be credited to the student. A student who withdraws from the College will not receive a refund for that part of tuition fees paid by scholarship monies.

 

Eligibility

  •  All students who achieve a final high school average of 80.0-84.9% will be offered a scholarship of $1500.00 ; a final high school average of 85.0%-89.9% will be offered a scholarship of $2500.00; a final high school average of 90.0% - 94.9% will be offered a scholarship of $3000.00 and students who achieve a final high school average of 95.0% or above will receive a scholarship of $3500.00.
  •  All scholarship recipients must: satisfy the published admission criteria and remain registered in four courses
  • These eligibility requirements will be confirmed by early November at which time the scholarship will be credited to the student.
  • A student who withdraws from the College will not receive a refund for that part of tuition fees paid by scholarship monies

Home-schooled applicants are not eligible for Entrance Scholarships

Merit Component: | No of Awards: unlimited

Application

No Application Required


(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $250 | Deadline: Open

King’s University College offers entrance awards of $250 to be awarded to each recipient of The Catholic Education Foundation of Ontario Student Awards who applies and registers at King’s. The students who receive awards from the Catholic Education Foundation of Ontario are recognized for their academic achievement as well as their significant contributions to their school, parish and community. In support of the Catholic Education Foundation of Ontario, King’s wishes to recognize these exceptional students and encourage them to join King’s for their university studies.

Eligibility

  • Awarded to each recipient of The Catholic Education Foundation of Ontario Student Awards who applies and registers at King’s.  

Merit Component: | No of Awards: unlimited

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $3,500.00 | Deadline: Open

King’s University College offers an unlimited number of CEGEP entrance scholarships to qualified applicants from a CEGEP program. All students who achieve a final average of 82.0% - 84.99% will be offered a scholarship of $1500.00; a final average of 85.0%-89.99% will be offered a scholarship of $2000.00; a final average of 90.0% - 94.99% will be offered a scholarship of $3000.00 and students who achieve a final average of 95.0% or above will receive a scholarship of $3500.00. Student must be Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents and must remain registered in four courses.

Eligibility

  • Students  who achieve a final average of 82.0% - 84.99% will be offered a scholarship of $1500.00; a final average of 85.0%-89.99% will be offered a scholarship of $2000.00; a final average of 90.0% - 94.99% will be offered a scholarship of $3000.00 and students who achieve a final average of 95.0% or above will receive a scholarship of $3500.00.
  • Student must be Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents and must remain registered in four courses.
  • Students entering King's from a CEGEP program

Merit Component: | No of Awards: unlimited

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $2,300.00 | Deadline: May 12

This entrance award is made possible by the generosity of a bequest from Mrs. Agnes Coleman. The award is granted to a graduate of St. Mary’s in West Lorne. If no student who graduated from St. Mary’s applies, a student who is from the Municipalities of West Elgin and Dutton/Dunwich may be eligible to apply. The student must meet the King’s University College entrance requirements, and must demonstrate financial need. In first year, the award may be held concurrently with other King’s entrance scholarships.

Eligibility

  •  The award is granted to a graduate of St. Mary’s in West Lorne. If no student who graduated from St. Mary’s applies, a student who is from the Municipalities of West Elgin and Dutton/Dunwich may be eligible to apply.
  • The student must meet the King’s University College entrance requirements,
  •  Must demonstrate financial need.
  • In first year, the award may be held concurrently with other King’s entrance scholarships.
  • The applicant must be an Ontario Resident, as specified by the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
  • The applicant must be a Canadian citizen, a Permanent Resident, or a Protected Person under subsection 95(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada)

Merit Component: | No of Awards: 1

Application

We are not accepting applications at this time

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $5.000.00 | Deadline: October 15

In recognition of Cardinal Collins’ commitment to youth and his contribution to Catholic leadership, King’s University College offers this $5000.00 entrance scholarship to a student who is an active student leader in his/her parish and/or high school in a diocese within Ontario outside of the Diocese of London. The successful applicant must achieve an admission average of 80% or greater. This scholarship is intended to foster Catholic leadership in education and the wider community. This award may not be held concurrently with another King’s University College scholarship or award. Terms of an entrance scholarship apply.

Eligibility

  • A student who is an active student leader in his/her parish and/or high school in a diocese within Ontario outside of the Diocese of London.
  • The successful applicant must achieve an admission average of 80% or greater. 
  • This award may not be held concurrently with another King’s University College scholarship or award.
  • Terms of an entrance scholarship apply.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: Undefined

Application

Click Here To Apply

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: 10 | Deadline: June 29

The following information is an external opportunity. Please note that information on external scholarships, awards and bursaries are offered to King's students on behalf of the outside organization and is provided as a service to our students. King's is not responsible for any misinformation provided

Libro's Community Builder Scholarship Program supports youth who demonstrate outstanding commitment to developing leadership skills while participating in community development projects.

Eligibility

In order to be eligible to apply, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Community Builder Scholarships are open to youth ages 17 to 25, including Libro staff, Directors, Owner Representatives and their children.
  • You must demonstrate leadership qualities while involved in community development projects.
  • You must be enrolling, during the 2013/2014 academic year, in post-secondary education, including college, university, technical institute, private college, etc.
  • You must be enrolling with a minimum course load 60% for college or university, or 20 hours/week for non-degree or private colleges.
  • You must have a minimum C+ or 67% average, based on the current year's marks to date.
  • You may reapply for an award in a subsequent year.
  • Scholarship recipients must be Libro customer-owners.
  • Recipients will receive a coaching session at the time of receiving their scholarship.

For more information and application:

https://www.libro.ca/Community/Scholarship.aspx

 

Merit Component: | No of Awards: 10

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $750.00 | Deadline: July 31

Entrance Bursaries are awarded to full-time, first-year students who are entering King's directly  from high school.  Students must have applied and qualified for a needs based Canadian government funded student aid program such as OSAP , have ministry unmet need and have been offered admission by King's University College.

Eligibility

  •  Awarded to full-time, first-year students who are entering King's directly  from high school. 
  • Students must have applied and qualified for a needs based Canadian government funded student aid program such as OSAP and , have ministry unmet need
  • Have been offered admission by King's University College. 

 

Merit Component: | No of Awards: Undefined

Application

We are not accepting applications at this time

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $3,500 | Deadline: Open

King’s University College offers entrance scholarships to those students who have completed the Preliminary Program at Brescia who have achieved the same averages required for Ontario Secondary School applicants (for 2013: 82.0% or greater). The same regulations pertain to these entrance scholarships as for the Ontario high school entrance scholarships.

Eligibility

  1. Students who achieve a final average of 82.0% - 84.9% will be offered a scholarship of $1500.00
  2. Students who achieve a final average of 85.0%-89.9% will be offered a scholarship of $2000.00
  3. Students who achieve a final average of 90.0% - 94.9% will be offered a scholarship of $3000.00 
  4. Students who achieve a final average of 95.0% or above will receive a scholarship of $3500.00.
  5. All scholarship recipients must satisfy the published admission criteria and remain registered in four courses.
  6. These eligibility requirements will be confirmed by early November at which time the scholarship will be credited to the student.
  7. A student who withdraws from the College will not receive a refund for that part of tuition fees paid by scholarship monies.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: Undefined

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $1000 | Deadline: August 4

This award, made possible by the generosity of the Diocese of London, was established in 2013 to inspire change in Aboriginal communities in Canada. Its purpose is to instill confidence of a bright future for Aboriginal youth, so that they may discover richness in their lives and contribute meaningfully to their community, in joy and in hope. Gaudium et Spes (Joy and Hope) was one of the last documents published at the Vatican Council II. The name of the document is taken from the first line which reads: "the joys and the hopes, the griefs and the anxieties of the men of this age, especially those who are poor or in any way afflicted, these are the joys and hopes, the griefs and anxieties of the followers of Christ."

This award is granted annually to a First Nations, Inuit or Métis student entering full-time or part-time study at King's University College in the next academic year.

Eligibility

  • This award is granted annually to a First Nations, Inuit or Métis student entering full-time or part-time study at King's University College in the next academic year.
  • The successful recipient may hold this award with other student awards. 

Merit Component: | No of Awards: Undefined

Application

We are not accepting applications at this time

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $3,500.00 | Deadline: Open

King’s University College offers an unlimited number of entrance scholarships to qualified high school and international applicants. All students who achieve a final high school average of 80.0-84.9% will be offered a scholarship of $1500.00; a final high school average of 85.0%-89.9% will be offered a scholarship of $2500.00; a final high school average of 90.0% - 94.9% will be offered a scholarship of $3000.00 and students who achieve a final high school average of 95.0% or above will receive a scholarship of $3500.00. All scholarship recipients must: satisfy the published admission criteria and remain registered in four courses. These eligibility requirements will be confirmed by early November at which time the scholarship will be credited to the student. A student who withdraws from the College will not receive a refund for that part of tuition fees paid by scholarship monies.

 

Eligibility

  •  All students who achieve a final high school average of 80.0-84.9% will be offered a scholarship of $1500.00 ; a final high school average of 85.0%-89.9% will be offered a scholarship of $2500.00; a final high school average of 90.0% - 94.9% will be offered a scholarship of $3000.00 and students who achieve a final high school average of 95.0% or above will receive a scholarship of $3500.00.
  •  All scholarship recipients must: satisfy the published admission criteria and remain registered in four courses
  • These eligibility requirements will be confirmed by early November at which time the scholarship will be credited to the student.
  • A student who withdraws from the College will not receive a refund for that part of tuition fees paid by scholarship monies

Home-schooled applicants are not eligible for Entrance Scholarships

Merit Component: | No of Awards: unlimited

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $5,000.00 | Deadline: Open

The first year student with the highest admissions average will be offered a scholarship of $5000.00.  The student must be registered full time.  If the student maintains a minimum average of 85% each year and remains registered full-time, the scholarship is renewable at $4000.00 for Years 2, 3 and 4. The Scholarship may not be held concurrently with another King’s Entrance Scholarship or King’s Continuing Scholarship.  These eligibility requirements will be confirmed in November each year at which time the scholarship is credited to the student’s tuition account.  A student who withdraws from King’s will not receive a refund for that part of tuition fees paid by scholarship monies.  This scholarship may be held to a maximum of 4.0 years.

Eligibility

  • First year student with the highest admissions average will be offered a scholarship of $5000.00. 
  • The student must be registered full time.  If the student maintains a minimum average of 85% each year and remains registered full-time, the scholarship is renewable at $4000.00 for Years 2, 3 and 4.
  • The  Scholarship may not be held concurrently with another King’s Entrance Scholarship or King’s Continuing Scholarship. 
  • These eligibility requirements will be confirmed in November each year at which time the scholarship is credited to the student’s tuition account. 
  • A student who withdraws from King’s will not receive a refund for that part of tuition fees paid by scholarship monies. 
  • This scholarship may be held to a maximum of 4.0 years.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: 1

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $3,000 | Deadline: August 30

To be eligible to receive this scholarship, a student must register in a minimum of four courses, have an average of 80% and be a Western Varsity athlete.A total of six scholarships (three for female athletes and three for male athletes) with a value of $3000.00 will be granted each year.The scholarship is renewable if the student is registered full-time at King's, retains a minimum average of 75% and remains active in a Western Varsity athletic program.This scholarship may be held with a King's Entrance or Continuing Scholarship to a maximum amount of $5000.00.

According to OUA regulations, the maximum that an eligible student-athlete can receive in Athletic Financial Awards/scholarships is $4,500.00 annually. The amount offered may be less, but it cannot exceed $4,500.00.

Eligibility

  • A student must register in a minimum of four courses, have an average of 80% and be a Western Varsity athlete.
  • A total of six scholarships (three for female athletes and three for male athletes) with a value of $3000.00 will be granted each year.
  • The scholarship is renewable if the student is registered full-time at King's, retains a minimum average of 75 % and remains active in a Western Varsity athletic program.
  • This scholarship may be held with a King's Entrance or Continuing Scholarship to a maximum amount of $5000.00.
  • This Scholarship may be held with a Western Athletic Scholarship up to a maximum amount of $4,500.00

Merit Component: | No of Awards: 6

Application

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(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to a maximum of $4,500 | Deadline: Open

King's students entering first year and enrolled in the Arts and Humanities. Students must be registered in a minimum of two courses in the Arts and Humanities. Students will be eligible for a scholarship of $3,000.00 if they possess a final admissions average of 80-84.9%, $3,500.00 if they possess a final admissions average of 85.0-87.9%, $4,000 if they possess a final admissions average of 88.0-89.9%, and $4,500 for students who possess a final admissions average of 90.0% or higher.

This scholarship cannot be held with another King's Entrance Scholarship.

This scholarship is effective for the 2016-2017 academic year.

 

Eligibility

  • Entering first year and enrolled in the Arts and Humanities. Students must be registered in a minimum of two courses in the Arts and Humanities.
  • Students will be eligible for a scholarship of $3,000.00 if they possess a final admissions average of 80-84.5%, $3,500.00 if they possess a final admissions average of 85.0-87.9%, $4,000 if they possess a final admissions average of 88.0-88.9%, and $4,500 for students who possess a final admissions average of 90.0% or higher.
  • This scholarship cannot be held with another King's Entrance Scholarship.
  • This scholarship is effective for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: Determined Annually

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Math)

Value: up to $500.00 | Deadline: Open

King’s University College offers an unlimited number of Mathematical Excellence Entrance Scholarships to qualified Ontario high school applicants. All students who achieve a final high school mark of 85% or greater in both Calculus (MCB4U) or Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U) AND Geometry and Discrete Math (MGA4U) or Advanced Functions (MHF4U) will be offered a scholarship of $500.00. This scholarship will be granted in addition to any other scholarships offered by King’s. All scholarship recipients must: satisfy the published admission criteria and remain registered in four courses and  must include a full course equivalent in first year mathematics (including mathematics, calculus, linear algebra and/or statistics) at King’s. These eligibility requirements will be confirmed by early November at which time the scholarship will be credited to the student. A student who withdraws from the College will not receive a refund for that part of tuition fees paid by scholarship monies. Applicants must be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident.

Eligibility

  • Offer to qualified Ontario high school applicants.
  • All students who achieve a final high school mark of 85% or greater in both Calculus (MCB4U) or Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U) AND Geometry and Discrete Math (MGA4U) or Advanced Functions (MHF4U) 
  • This scholarship will be granted in addition to any other scholarships offered by King’s.
  • All scholarship recipients must: satisfy the published admission criteria and remain registered in four courses and must include a full course equivalent in first year mathematics (including mathematics, calculus, linear algebra and/or statistics) at King’s.
  • These eligibility requirements will be confirmed by early November at which time the scholarship will be credited to the student.
  • A student who withdraws from the College will not receive a refund for that part of tuition fees paid by scholarship monies.
  • Applicants must be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: unlimited

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $250 | Deadline: Open

King’s University College offers entrance awards of $250 to be awarded to the graduate of each Ontario Catholic high school who possesses the highest entrance average from their respective high school. The recipient must possess the admissions average which entitles them to a King’s entrance scholarship and may hold this award with other King’s entrance scholarships. These entrance awards are created to honour the Ontario Catholic School Boards as valued members of the King’s Catholic Educational Partnership Group, as well as recognize the academic achievement of high achieving Catholic high school students.

Eligibility

  • Awarded to the graduate of each Ontario Catholic high school who possesses the highest entrance average from their respective high school.
  • The recipient must possess the admissions average which entitles them to a King’s entrance scholarship.
  • May hold this award with other King’s entrance scholarships.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: unlimited

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $3,200.00 | Deadline: May 12

The Bill and Hazel Payne Student Award is granted to a first year student who is a graduate of a London and District Catholic School Board High School. Applicants must demonstrate that they have lived their lives in a manner that reflects the teachings of the Catholic Church. Applicants should demonstrate the qualities of sincerity, credibility and dependability. They should be able to demonstrate that they work hard to succeed academically, are innovative, and are persistent in attempting to produce practical solutions. Applicants should demonstrate financial need. The recipient, if eligible, may hold this award concurrently with a King's University College Entrance Scholarship. Terms of the entrance scholarship apply.

Eligibility

  • Granted to a first year student who is a graduate of a London and District Catholic School Board High School.
  • Applicants must demonstrate that they have lived their lives in a manner that reflects the teachings of the Catholic Church.
  • Applicants should demonstrate the qualities of sincerity, credibility and dependability.
  • They should be able to demonstrate that they work hard to succeed academically, are innovative, and are persistent in attempting to produce practical solutions.
  • Applicants should demonstrate financial need.
  • The recipient, if eligible, may hold this award concurrently with a King's University College Entrance Scholarship.
  • Terms of the entrance scholarship apply
  • The applicant must be an Ontario Resident, as specified by the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).
  • The applicant must be a Canadian citizen, a Permanent Resident, or a Protected Person under subsection 95(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada).

Merit Component: | No of Awards: 1

Application

We are not accepting applications at this time

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $5,000.00 | Deadline: Open

Students with the highest admissions averages will be offered $5000.00 (renewable at $4000.00 if 85% average is maintained and students with averages of 80% - 84.9% will be eligible for the Continuing Scholarship. All scholarship recipients must: satisfy the published admission criteria and remain registered in four courses. These eligibility requirements will be confirmed by early November at which time the scholarship will be credited to the student. A student who withdraws from the College will not receive a refund for that part of tuition fees paid by scholarship monies. Student may not hold a Continuing Scholarship and the Principal's Regis concurrently. May be held to a maximum of 4.0 years.

Eligibility

  • Students with the highest admissions averages will be offered $5000.00 (renewable at $4000.00 if 85% average is maintained and students with averages of 80% - 84.9% will be eligible for the Continuing Scholarship).
  • All scholarship recipients must: satisfy the published admission criteria and remain registered in four courses.
  • These eligibility requirements will be confirmed by early November at which time the scholarship will be credited to the student.
  • A student who withdraws from the College will not receive a refund for that part of tuition fees paid by scholarship monies.
  • Student may not hold a Continuing Scholarship and the Principal's Regis concurrently.
  • May be held to a maximum of 4.0 years.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: 4

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $4,400.00 each | Deadline: May 12

This entrance award made possible by the generosity of the family of Emmett and Loretta Regan, is granted to the first year student at King's University College who is a graduate of an Ontario School Board with an interest in pursuing a career in education and social service. Demonstrated leadership skills, volunteer service, commitment to the community and a love of music may be attributes of the successful candidate.

In first year, the award may not be held concurrently with other King’s entrance scholarships.

 

 

Eligibility

  • Granted to the first year student at King's University College who is a graduate of an Ontario School Board with an interest in pursuing a career in education and social service. Demonstrated leadership skills, volunteer service, commitment to the community and a love of music may be attributes of the successful candidate.
  • In first year, the award may not be held concurrently with other King’s entrance scholarships.
  • The applicant must be an Ontario Resident, as specified by the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).
  • Students qualify on the basis of financial need.
  • The applicant must be a Canadian citizen, a Permanent Resident, or a Protected Person under subsection 95(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada).
     

Merit Component: | No of Awards: 2

Application

We are not accepting applications at this time

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $4,000.00 | Deadline: May 12

This scholarship of $4,000.00 is granted to a full-time first year student (whether a high school, mature and transfer student)who is a member of a parish within the Diocese of London and whose financial station makes the pursuit of an university education unusually difficult.  This award is intended to encourage the education of those with the potential to make a positive contribution to the Catholic community and to the common good of society.  Candidates must demonstrate large financial need, meet the minimum academic entrance requirements and provide a pastor letter of reference.  If the student remains registered full-time, maintains a minimum average of 70%, demonstrates continued involvement in a parish and includes one credit in Catholic Studies within his or her degree credits, a scholarship of $3000.00 is renewable for Year 2, 3 and 4.  The Bishop Sherlock may not be held concurrently with another King’s Entrance Scholarship or King’s Continuing Scholarship. This award may not be granted each year.

Eligibility

  • Granted to a full-time first year student (whether a high school, mature and transfer student)who is a member of a parish within the Diocese of London and whose financial station makes the pursuit of an university education unusually difficult. 
  • This award is intended to encourage the education of those with the potential to make a positive contribution to the Catholic community and to the common good of society. 
  • Candidates must demonstrate large financial need, meet the minimum academic entrance requirements and provide a pastor letter of reference. 
  • If the student remains registered full-time, maintains a minimum average of 70%, demonstrates continued involvement in a parish and includes one credit in Catholic Studies within his or her degree credits, a scholarship of $3000.00 is renewable for Year 2, 3 and 4. 
  • The Bishop Sherlock may not be held concurrently with another King’s Entrance Scholarship or King’s Continuing Scholarship. This award may not be granted each year.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: Undefined

Application

We are not accepting applications at this time

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $5,000.00 | Deadline: May 12

This Entrance Scholarship recognizes the outstanding work of the Sisters of St. Joseph and has been endowed by the St. Joseph's Health Centre, the London District Catholic School Board, the Monsignor Feeney Foundation and the King's College Foundation to ensure that this tribute continues in perpetuity. The scholarship will be awarded by a selection committee to a graduate of the London District Catholic School Board who enrolls as a full-time student at King's. Applicants must have an admissions average of at least 80% and a strong history of volunteer service in health, education, social service or pastoral ministry. The recipient will be expected to continue to volunteer in one of these areas. References will be required from the applicant's teachers or counsellors and the agency, school or parish where the student volunteered. Candidates must submit a written statement explaining why they believe they are deserving of the scholarship. Interviews may be required. The recipient will be welcome to meet informally with the Sisters of St. Joseph in the fall term. Students who obtain a 75% average in subsequent years will be eligible for a King's Continuing Scholarship of $1,000. Students must registered full-time, four of which must be at King's in the first year. Students must register in full-time or equivalent in subsequent years, of which a minimum of  three must be at King's (3.0 course requirement change effective 2015-2016 academic year). This scholarship may not be held with the King's Entrance Scholarship.

Eligibility

  • Awarded by a selection committee to a graduate of the London District Catholic School Board who enrolls as a full-time student at King's.
  • Applicants must have an admissions average of at least 80% and a strong history of volunteer service in health, education, social service or pastoral ministry.
  • The recipient will be expected to continue to volunteer in one of these areas. References will be required from the applicant's teachers or counsellors and the agency, school or parish where the student volunteered.
  • Candidates must submit a written statement explaining why they believe they are deserving of the scholarship. Interviews may be required.
  • The recipient will be welcome to meet informally with the Sisters of St. Joseph in the fall term.
  • Students who obtain a 75% average in subsequent years will be eligible for a King's Continuing Scholarship of $1,000.
  • Students must registered full-time or equivalent, four of which must be at King's in the first year.
  • Students must registered full-time or equivalent in subsequent years, of which a minimum of  three must be at King's.(3.0 course requirement change effective 2015-2016 academic year).
  • This scholarship may not be held with the King's Entrance Scholarship.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: 1

Application

We are not accepting applications at this time

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $3,500 each | Deadline: May 12

These scholarships shall be awarded to highly engaged students entering Year One studies at King's University College who have a strong interest in community or global justice as well as a deep commitment to academic excellence. These scholarships recognize students who are willing to take on a active role in social justice and/or peace oriented activities, both at King’s and in the broader community. Candidates will be expected to submit three letters of reference, a portfolio of past social justice and/or peace oriented activities and a 750 word essay describing his/her interest in a particular cause or issue and his/her vision for change.

Terms of King’s Entrance Scholarship apply.

The scholarship may not be held concurrently with a King’s Entrance Scholarship and is not renewable.

Changes for this scholarship have been made effective for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Eligibility

  • These scholarships shall be awarded to highly engaged students entering Year One studies at King's University College who have a strong interest in community or global justice as well as deep a commitment to academic excellence
  •  These scholarships recognize students who are willing to take on a active role in social justice and/or peace oriented activities, both at King’s and in the broader community.
  • Terms of King’s Entrance Scholarship apply.
  • The scholarship may not be held concurrently with a King’s Entrance Scholarship and is not renewable.

Changes for this scholarship have been made effective the 2016-2017 academic year.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: 2

Application

We are not accepting applications at this time

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $500 | Deadline: Open

King’s University College offers entrance awards of $250 to be awarded to each student who registers at King’s who has successfully completed a specialist high skills major in one of the following areas: Arts and Culture; Business; Health and Wellness; Justice and Community Safety and Non-Profit/Social Justice during their high school studies.

Eligibility

  • Awarded to each student who registers at King’s who has successfully completed a specialist high skills major in one of the following areas: Arts and Culture; Business; Health and Wellness; Justice and Community Safety and Non-Profit/Social Justice during their high school studies.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: unlimited

Application

No Application Required

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $2,000.00 | Deadline: August 4

This award, made possible by the generosity of the Boys' and Girls' club of London
Foundation, was established in 2009 to support those who have been participants in My Action Plan (M.A.P.) For the 2017/18 academic year, the Award will be will be open to one or more students who have been accepted as students at King's University College and have been involved with the Boys' and Girls' Club and/or another community organization. The successful recipient would be required to volunteer with the Boys' and Club of London. The student(s) must demonstrate financial need.

Description and criteria pending approval.

Eligibility

  • For the 2017/18 academic year, the Award will be will be open to one or more students who have been accepted as students at King's University College
  • Involved with the Boys' and Girls' Club and/or another community organization.
  • The successful recipient would be required to volunteer with the Boys' and Club of London.
  • The student(s) must demonstrate financial need.
  • The applicant must be an Ontario Resident, as specified by the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
  • The applicant must be a Canadian citizen, a Permanent Resident, or a Protected Person under subsection 95(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada).

    Description and criteria pending approval.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: TBD

Application

We are not accepting applications at this time

(Award available to: Program: Open)

Value: up to $5,000.00 | Deadline: Open

This scholarship, valued at $5,000.00 will be awarded upon the recommendation of the directors of education of school boards and will be presented to up to seven students each year. This scholarship cannot be held with another King's Entrance Scholarship.

Eligibility

  • Awarded upon the recommendation of the directors of education of school boards and will be presented to up to seven students each year.
  • This scholarship cannot be held with another King's Entrance Scholarship.

Merit Component: | No of Awards: determined annually

Application

No Application Required