The School of the Environment offers a number of scholarships and awards, awarded each fall, based on student achievement up until the end of the previous academic year (i.e. end of summer 2020). Some of the scholarships take into account demonstrated financial need in the previous academic year.
Scholarships Requiring an Application
Applicants for most of these scholarships must have been registered in a program at the School during the previous academic year (i.e. the 2019-20 academic year for applying this fall), and still be registered in a program at the School in the current academic year (i.e. the 2020-21 academic year, with the following exceptions:
- The Pimlott Entrance Scholarship and the Barbara Green Scholarship in Environmental Entrepreneurship are entrance scholarships—applicants must have first enrolled in a program at the School in the current academic year, 2020-21.
- The Pimlott Graduating Scholarship is only available to students who graduated in June, 2020, or who are graduating in November, 2020.
- The Catherine J. Riggall Award for Contributions to Sustainability is available to all U of T undergraduate students.
The Faculty sets a guideline minimum CGPA of 3.2 for scholarships. However, the School will consider applications from students whose CGPA is below 3.2, but whose most recent annual GPA is 3.2 or higher.
The application deadline for the following scholarships for 2019-20 was October 28, 2020. Applications are now closed. Please check this webpage for the next deadline.
Peter John Hare Memorial Scholarship in Environment
Robert Hunter Scholarship
Jane Goodall Scholarship
Barbara Green Scholarship in Environmental Entrepreneurship
Jane Joy Memorial Scholarship: Excellence in Environmental Sustainability
Douglas Pimlott Awards
Catherine J. Riggall Award for Contributions to Sustainability
Rodney White Environmental Studies Scholarship
Skip Willis Undergraduate Scholarship
Scholarships Not Requiring an Application
The following scholarships do not require an application. All students enrolled in the School of the Environment’s programs will be automatically considered for these.