Awards and Scholarships

The Faculty of Arts is pleased to offer a variety of Awards and Scholarships that are available specifically to our students. These awards and scholarships have been endowed by generous donors to reward academic achievement, assist with financial needs and support Arts students' success.

There is one central undergraduate application to apply for most continuing and graduating scholarships and awards (with the exception of athletics funding and study abroad awards). 

Applications will be open from January 15 - April 1, with awards announced in June. 

A list of the awards specifically available for Arts students can be found here

The application portal can be accessed through BearTracks. Please see Undergraduate Awards for more information about available scholarships and awards for continuing and convocating undergraduate students.

Student financial supports are administered through the Office of the Registrar.  Details about funding options and eligibility can be found on their website at https://www.ualberta.ca/registrar/scholarships-awards-financial-support/index.html

 

Arts Administered Funding for Current Students

Mookie Award 
Application deadline:
3:30 p.m. May, 14 2021

Field of Study: China (Open to Undergraduate Students in all Faculties)
Value: Approx. $4000.00
Number: One
Endowed by: The Estate of Brian Llewellyn Evans, PhD

Conditions:
Awarded to students with satisfactory academic standing enrolled in any year of an undergraduate degree who demonstrate an interest in pursuing the study of China including, but not limited to, its history, language, culture, politics, art, sciences, economy, or the Chinese diaspora. Studies may be pursued in Canada, China or elsewhere. Selection based on academic standing. Preference is given to students who have completed at least three units of course weight in the study of China in the Faculty of Arts.

Student Life and Learning Enrichment Fund 

Ongoing

Student Life and Learning Enrichment Funding is intended to support individual students and student groups partaking in activities related to an Arts program of study and/or to enrich the experience of student life in the Faculty. Some examples are: expenses related to participation in a conference, sponsorship of guest speakers and special Arts events, and support for student groups affiliated with and having a mandate related to the goals and vision of the Faculty of Arts.