Applicants to Religion are eligible for a wide variety of Scholarships
Scholarships and Bursaries for Religion are coordinated through Carleton’s Awards Office.
Carleton Entrance Scholarships
Entrance Scholarships are worth up to $4000 per year. They are awarded automatically, based on your high-school grades.
Carleton Prestige Scholarships
Prestige Scholarships are worth up to $7500 per year. Prestige Scholarships are not awarded automatically. We strongly encourage students with over a 90% average to apply for a prestige scholarship.
Religion Entrance Scholarships and Bursaries
Pamela and Richard Joho Scholarship
The Pamela and Richard Joho Scholarship is awarded annually to an outstanding student entering the Bachelor of Humanities, Bachelor of Arts in Greek and Roman Studies, or the Bachelor of Arts in Religion in the College of the Humanities (or any additional undergraduate degree program in the College of the Humanities) at Carleton University. Eligible students must be Canadian Citizens or permanent residents of Canada (landed immigrant or a protected person) and must demonstrate a strong academic background and participation in extra-curricular activities. Students who study abroad as part of any undergraduate degree program within the College of the Humanities are eligible to hold this scholarship in their year abroad. This scholarship is renewable up to four years. Application is required.
Application is required. The deadline for 2017 applications is the 1st of May.
Pamela and Richard Joho Leadership Bursary
Ontario high school students admitted to the Bachelor of Humanities, Bachelor of Arts in Greek and Roman Studies, or the Bachelor of Arts in Religion with the College of the Humanities (or any additional undergraduate degree program in the College of the Humanities) at Carleton University are considered.
We are now accepting applications for 2017-2018. Please complete and submit your application by June 1, 2017.
William and Mary Iwasaki Memorial Scholarship
Awarded annually to an outstanding undergraduate student entering or proceeding from one year to another in the Bachelor of Arts program who is studying Religion.
Endowed in 2006 by Caroline Iwasaki, BA/67, in memory of her parents William and Mary Iwasaki.
Other Scholarships for Students in Religion
Allama Mohammad Iqbal Award
Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Religion to an undergraduate student who has shown excellence in the field of Islamic studies.
Donor: The Government of Pakistan. Endowed 1982.
Andras Memorial Award
To support the cost of a research project or paper undertaken by an undergraduate or graduate student attending Carleton University. This grant is awarded in alternate years for a research project in one of the following areas: (a) Jewish studies; (b) trade union history or the democratic socialist movement in Canada.
Endowed 1972 in memory of the late Mr. A. Andras, a member of Carleton’s Board of Governors. Revised 1978.
Bertha F. Davis Award in Religion
Awarded annually to an outstanding student enrolled in the B.A. or Honours program in the Department of Religion at Carleton University.
Donor: Bertha Florence Davis. Endowed 1977.
Imam Tawfiq Shaheen Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1998 by the Ottawa Muslim Association in memory of the late Dr. Tawfiq Shaheen who was the Imam of the Ottawa Mosque from 1980-1997. It is awarded annually, when merited, on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, to a full-time student enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program who undertakes a research project embracing, among other Islamic subjects, Islamic religion, Islamic jurisprudence, Islamic art, Islamic history, Islamic culture, Islamic ethics or Islamic philosophy.
Louis and Miriam Goldstein Book Award in Judaic Studies
Awarded annually to a deserving Carleton University student in Judaic studies, on the recommendation of the Department of Religion.
Donors: Louis and Miriam Goldstein. Established in 1983 in honour of Carleton University’s Fortieth Anniversary.
Robert E. Osborne Scholarship
Awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Director of the College of Humanities, to an undergraduate student in the Religion program. Preference, in order, will be given to the students studying in the areas of New Testament, Biblical and other forms of religious studies.
Endowed in 1986 in memory of Robert E. Osborne who was a professor in the Department of Religion. Revised 2004.
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