Scholarships & Awards
CIBC Mentoring Scholarship
A generous one-million-dollar endowment fund provided by the CIBC in 2004 allows SASS to honour a number of student mentors for their strong dedication and leadership in the student mentoring and to present an award that can reach $4,500.
“We are especially proud to support this mentoring program. Helping young people to reach their full potential is a strategic focus of our community investment program. Through CIBC Youth Vision we fund hundreds of initiatives that support education, mentoring and skills development,”
“In an increasingly competitive global economy, it is so important that young people complete their education, and the mentoring provided through the university's Student Academic Success Service is proving successful in addressing the issue of student retention.”
District Vice President, CIBC (2004)
From left to right: Camille Cusson-Dufour, Sara Valentino, Junyi Dai, Haylee Weese, Miriam Hatabi, Colleen Cornett, Gabrielle Fecteau, Emily McRae
From left to right: Aymen Sellami, Fabienne Lajoie, Dean Alexander Kennedy, Chantal Bolarinho, Ammar Bookwala, Julien Procuta
From left to right: Last row: Dean Chapman CIBC, Nick Kayembe Mayaya, Christian Detellier, Alexandre Roy, William Michelson, Désiré Rioux, Jean-Claude Taylor-Cline, Derik Mainville. Second row: Murray Sang, Alison Phillips, Elizabeth Bratton, Rachelle Quinn, First row: Cayley Pimentel, Natasha Larocque, Myriam Nolet, Michelle Murphy, Chloé Drouin, Jessica D’Aoust.
Jillian Gedeon, student in health Sciences, health science mentor. Chris Euler, student in Science and Engineering, Residence mentor.
Eligibility for the CIBC Mentoring Scholarship
The CIBC Mentoring Scholarships recognize the strong dedication and academic excellence of our student mentors. These awards, which can reach up to $4,500, are presented in January during a special reception hosted by SASS.
To apply for a mentoring scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
- Be a Canadian citizens or qualify for permanent residency status
- Be a full-time student in an undergraduate program
- Be a resident of Ontario
- Be eligible for student aid
- Have a strong academic record
- Have worked as a student mentor for at least one year
Students will also be asked to provide the following documents to Financial Aid and Awards
- A letter summarizing their experience as a student mentor
- An up-to-date résumé describing their most recent academic and extracurricular activities and achievements
Contact Financial Aid and Awards Service for details on the application process and deadlines.