All Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards administered by the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards are listed in the University Calendar Scholarship Listing. NOTE: You only need to apply for a scholarship if the description says so, otherwise you are considered automatically.
Students should declare a Faculty and/or Major as early as possible if they wish to be considered for certain faculty-specific undergraduate scholarships.
In addition to faculty-specific scholarships, there are a number of application based scholarships based on specific criteria. You will be required to use this Application form to view the list of scholarships and to apply for those specific scholarships.
We also provide liaison services between out-of-province students and the financial aid office of the province from which they are receiving student aid. If you have any questions concerning out-of-province loans, please contact Cheryl Peckham by e-mail or by telephone: 709-864-6168.
You must show a valid government ID to pick up student loans and scholarships. Acceptable government issued ID include:
- a valid drivers license;
- a Canadian passport;
- a Provincial health card with photo; or
- a permanent residency or citizenship card.
SHAD VALLEY SCHOLARSHIPS
Three renewable Shad Valley Scholarships are available to high school students who are current or previous participants in the Shad Valley Program. These scholarships are valued at a total of $12,000 ($3,000 per year, renewable for an additional 3 years for a total of 4 years). To be eligible and to be considered for renewal, students must be enrolled in full time studies and have scholarship standing as defined by Memorial University. Shad Valley Scholarships cannot be held in conjunction with any other general entrance scholarship awarded by the university.
A special application is required and may be obtained from here.
The Scholarships will be awarded by the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards.
Under the authority of the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act (RSNL2002 Chapter A-1.1), the Scholarships Office collects personal information for university scholarships, bursaries and awards programs. This information is used solely to assess students' eligibility and to administer the programs. Many Memorial University scholarships, bursaries and awards are provided by individuals and organizations who generously donate funds. If a student's university-administered scholarship, bursary or award is funded by a donor(s), the student's contact information is disclosed to the donor(s). If there are questions about the collection, use and disclosure of students' personal information, please contact the Scholarships Office located in room 4018 University Centre, telephone number 709-864-3956.