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In-Course Scholarships

All Victoria College students who do not already hold a renewable Vic scholarship are guaranteed one in-course scholarship of up to $1,000 if they achieve an average in the A range (Grade Point Average 3.50+) at the end of their first, second, or third year of study up to a maximum of 15.0 credits. For award purposes, a year of study is defined as completion of 5.0 full credits by the end of the summer session (i.e., to be eligible for a first year in-course scholarship, you must complete a total of 5.0 credits by the end of the summer session; a second year in-course scholarship requires completion of 10.0 credits in total; and a third year in-course scholarship requires completion of 15.0 credits in total). For additional information, please see the Victoria University Policy on Student Awards.

For students who opted into CR/NCR credits for Y and S courses during the recent fall/winter academic year, Victoria College will be limiting the number of CR credits in its assessments for in-course scholarships to be fair to all students.  The University will make every effort not to disadvantage students and we appreciate your patience.

Groups of Five Credits Policy

Students do not always accumulate their credits in groups of five per winter session, or in cumulative totals divisible by five. In order to produce a list of candidates for in-course awards, the Registrar's Office uses a method of calculating averages which treats all candidates fairly without regard to whether they have been registered as part-time or full-time, winter session or summer session students. The method makes use of the Sessional Grade Point Averages reported by the Office of the Faculty Registrar at the end of each session. These averages are multiplied by the number of credits required from each session to produce the average for the credit group. For example, a student might complete 4.0 credits in a first winter session and 2.0 in the following summer session. This student's average for the first group of 5.0 credits would be calculated by multiplying the winter session GPA by four, the summer session GPA by one, adding the results and dividing by five.

Eligibility Requirement

Students are assessed for in-course scholarships based only on the courses they have taken as Vic students. Credits received prior to being a Vic student are excluded (i.e. transfer credits, secondary school credits, retained credits received while registered at another college/faculty, etc). Transfer credits from official exchanges are also excluded. 

If this affects your financial situation for the upcoming academic year, and can demonstrate financial need, you are welcome to apply for a Vic Bursary starting in late September.

Assessment

In-course scholarships are automatically assessed (i.e., no applications are necessary). Scholarship notification letters will be sent by email by the end of August. Students completing their groups of 5.0 credits by the end of August, and who qualify for an in-course award, will be notified by mid-September. Students whose academic records are amended (grade changes, additional course credit) after the recent fall/winter session or summer session should contact vic.awards@utoronto.ca to request a manual review.

Students who hold renewable Victoria College scholarships are eligible to have their award renewed upon completion of 5.0, 10.0 and 15.0 credits, but are not eligible for additional in-course awards. 

Students must be continuing in their studies at Victoria College in the subsequent Fall/Winter session in order to receive the payment of their in-course scholarship.

In-course scholarships are paid as a credit to the recipient's student account in the fall (generally by mid-October) upon confirmation of registration. After deductions of any outstanding fees or residence charges, a refund will be issued in late November. Direct deposit is the preferred method of issuing refunds from the University of Toronto Student Accounts Office. This may be set up on ACORN to expedite refunds of any credit balances.  Otherwise, the refund will be mailed to the ACORN mailing address.

Awards Requiring Application

While most scholarships and awards are automatic, Victoria College has a limited number of awards that require an application. 

  • To access the online application, you will need your UTORID and password for authentication.
  • Please draft your responses ahead of time as the online application does not allow you to save your entries. 
  • There is a time limit of 30 minutes to fill out the application.
  • Inquiries: vic.awards@utoronto.ca
Participation In-Course Awards

Participation awards recognize both academic merit and contributions to student life at Victoria College and/or at the University of Toronto. These are considered to be in-course awards which require a minimum CGPA of at least 3.50+ (unless otherwise specified) after completing First (1), Second (2), Third (3) or Fourth (4) Year, and require an online application. Due to the availability of funds, some awards may not be offered every year. Award values vary.

To apply for a participation award, submit an online application by the deadline (secure link found below).  You will need your UTORid and password for authentication.  Draft your responses ahead of time as the online application does not allow you to save your entries.  Major activities from the current academic year should be listed first.  If listing any previous activities, please include the year.

Victoria University strives to ensure that students are able to explore their ideas and talents. In addition to the participation awards listed below, a number of student involvement awards for events/activities, individual conference/engagement and leadership are available to help fund out-of-the classroom experiences and to recognize student contribution to campus life.

Applications will reopen in Spring 2021.

Notification: Award decisions will be emailed by late July (only successful applicants will be notified). Students completing their groups of 5.0 credits by the end of August and who qualify for an award will be notified by mid-September. For inquiries, please email vic.awards@utoronto.ca and include your student number.

The Brant Award (up to $1,000)
completion year of study: 1
Awarded to the student who has obtained the highest overall standing in their First year, normally in a Science program, and who has at the same time given evidence of a well-rounded personality indicated by interest and participation in activities outside her or his studies.

The J Alexander and Marion G Barker Langford Scholarship (up to $1,000)
completion year of study: 1 or 2
Awarded to Victoria College students who have completed their First or Second year with high standing, and also demonstrate leadership qualities through their involvement in extracurricular university life.

The Chris and Vo Love Scholarship (up to $1,000)
completion year of study: 1 or 2
Awarded to enable an outstanding student of English or Classics to return to residence at Victoria for a Second or Third year; intended to recognize a student whose generous spirit has enriched the life of the College and the community.

The David W Pretty Award (3 awards up to $5,000 each)
completion year of study: 1 or 2
Awards for students who are registered at Victoria College for their Second or Third year of study, who have achieved a minimum overall B average and who live in a Victoria College student residence during the years in which they receive the award.  Preference is to be given to students who have been active in student life at Victoria College and the University of Toronto. Financial need may be taken into consideration but is not necessarily a requirement.  Renewable for one year so long as the above criteria are met. (Note: Please indicate that you are applying for the DAVID W. PRETTY AWARD in your personal statement.)

The Larry Chapman Award (2 awards up to $1,000 each)
completion year of study: 1, 2 or 3 
Awarded to Victoria College students who achieve excellence in their studies, with preference given to students whose studies are focused in commerce, business, economics or law.  In addition, preference will be given to students who have a strong history of co-curricular activity and who demonstrate impact in their respective communities.

The Orpha (Farr) Garriock Scholarship (3 awards up to $1,000 each)
completion year of study: 1, 2 or 3
Awarded to Victoria College students enrolled in a music program who achieve excellence during the course of their studies, or to students who have completed a Faculty of Arts & Science music course and have participated in co-curricular activities on campus related to music (e.g. Vic Chorus, Hart House Choir, etc).

The Phil Maude Memorial Scholarship (up to $1,000)
Completion year of study: 1, 2, or 3
Awarded to Victoria College students in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 2.5 who have participated in musical or theatrical performance or production and/or have taken courses in music, theatre or related areas.

The Victoria University Student Administrative Council Award (not offered 2020)
completion year of study: 1, 2 or 3
Awarded to a student in good academic standing who is adjudged to have participated most fully in College and/or University extracurricular activities.

The Romans Family Scholarship (3 awards up to $1,000 each)
completion year of study: 1, 2 or 3
Awarded to a student who has achieved A standing (GPA 3.50+) and participated significantly in extra-curricular university life.

The Regents Participation Awards (multiple awards up to $1,000 each)
completion year of study: 1, 2, 3 or 4
Awarded to students at the end of the First, Second, Third or Fourth Year and who have participated in and made a significant contribution to student life in such areas as athletics, stage productions, student government, student publications or volunteer services.

The Alice Brown and John Coles Scholarship (up to $1,000)
completion year of study: 2 or 3
Awarded annually at the end of the Second or Third year to a student with high academic standing (normally at least GPA 3.50+), who has made an effective contribution to athletic activities. Students who have taken part in stage productions, student publications, or student government may also be considered.

The Brian David Radford Memorial Scholarships  (7 awards up to $1,000 each)
completion year of study: 2 or 3
Awarded to Second Year and Third Year students who are enrolled in a program leading to the Bachelor of Commerce degree, and whose participation in athletics, stage productions, student government or student publications best exhibits a dedication to overall excellence.

The Kathryn Anne Radford Scholarships (6 awards up to $1,000 each) 
completion year of study: 2 or 3
Awarded to Second and Third Year students whose participation in athletics, stage productions, student government or student publications best exhibits a dedication to overall excellence. Preference will be given to students enrolled in a Major or Specialist Subject POSt in Modern Languages.

The 1980s Legacy Scholarship (2 awards up to $1,000 each) 
completion year of study: 3
Awarded to a Victoria College student in Third year who has achieved excellence in their studies, with preference given to students who have been actively involved in the life Victoria College.

The Joseph William Binning Scholarship (not offered 2020) 
completion year of study: 3
Awarded to a Third Year student who has in previous years obtained high standing and at the same time taken a prominent part in organized student activities.

The Norman Brown Memorial Prize (up to $1,000) 
completion year of study: 3
Awarded to a Third Year student of Victoria or Emmanuel College who has achieved high standing and who has made an important contribution to a stage production or a musical production at Victoria during the past year.

The William Neil Hanna Scholarship (not offered 2020) 
completion year of study: 3
Awarded to the Third Year student who, by her or his academic standing and by other qualities displayed in college life, shows outstanding promise of leadership and public service.

The Kate (Coleman) Krenz Scholarship (4 awards up to $1,000 each) 
completion year of study: 3
Awarded to a Third Year student who has excelled in Philosophy, English, or History and who is acknowledged to have made, through his/her relations with others, a positive contribution to the life of the University.

The Ellis M Ostovich Scholarship (up to $1,000) 
completion year of study: 3
Awarded to a Third year student who achieves overall A standing with preference given to a student in a double major program that includes both depth and breadth in two different fields of study and who demonstrates superior participation in creative extracurricular projects such as theatre, performing arts, music, creative writing, art, photography or film making, or in charitable projects that benefit the community in social and cross-cultural activity.

Research Awards

The Milne Research Award
value: up to $4,000

  • Awarded to Victoria College students for research purposes. The research undertaken cannot be a component of a course taken for academic credit. Students must have achieved a CGPA of 3.50 or better and be registered in a Life Science program.
  • The award is open to currently registered undergraduate students of Victoria College.
  • The intended research project must take place over the summer session. This may be a paid or volunteer position. Recipients of the NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award (USRA) are eligible to apply.
  • Online applications may be submitted beginning early March and are due April 15 (5 p.m.). The online Special Award/Essay Prize application does not apply for this award. No late applications will be accepted.
  • Priority will be given to first-time applicants and non-graduating students.
  • If approved, Milne Research Award funds are issued directly to the student as a credit on his/her ACORN student account, and not to the research laboratory or supervisor. Direct deposit is recommended to receive the refund from the university.
  • Approved award values may vary.

Application Instructions:

  • Complete the online application. You will need your UTORid and password for authentication. Draft your responses ahead of time as the online application does not allow you to save your entries.
  • There is a time limit of 30 minutes to fill out the application.
  • Submit a confirmation letter from a supervising professor in the lab or a lab director confirming your participation in the research opportunity, it is not for course-credit, whether it is a paid/volunteer position, and the start date. The letter should be emailed to vic.awards@utoronto.ca by the published deadline.
  • Applications are now closed until Spring 2021.

inquiries: vic.awards@utoronto.ca

 

The Northrop Frye Centre Undergraduate Research Award
value: up to $2,000 maximum

application details

Special Awards and Essay Prizes

To be considered for Special Awards and Essay Prizes, complete the Special Award/Essay Prize Application. You will need your UTORid and password for authentication. 

  • A separate application is required for each award/prize.
  • Only one submission is permitted per award/prize.
  • You cannot enter the same submission for multiple competitions.
  • The submission must have been written, composed or published during the recent academic year.
  • If submitting an essay, the submission cannot be altered from the original with the exception of typographical or grammatical corrections.
  • Unless specified, only current first-degree students are eligible to apply.
  • Due to the availability of funds, some awards may not be offered every year. Award values may vary from year to year.
  • Application deadline for Special Awards and Essay Prizes: May 1 or the next business day (5 p.m.). No late applications will be accepted.

Award winners will be notified by the end of July. Applications will reopen in Spring 2021.

Inquiries: please email vic.awards@utoronto.ca.

 

The John M Coles Prize
value: up to $1,000 
Awarded to a Victoria College student for work completed in First Year who has shown exceptional ability in the use of language (English or French) in his or her work in any degree course at the University.

The Alta Lind Cook Prize
value:
up to $500
Awarded to a student of Victoria College or a former student who has graduated within one year for the best original music composition (vocal, instrumental, popular, or classical) or the best original literary composition (prose, poetry, or drama) in either English or French. Previous recipients are not eligible to re-apply.

The William Allan Dafoe and Family Scholarship/Essay Prize
value: up to $1,000
Awarded to a Victoria College student for the best essay written in French for a French Literature or Linguistics course. The Senior Essay (FRE490Y) and essays written for FRE491H and FRE492H are not eligible for this competition.

The Lincoln Hutton Essay Prize: Humanities/Social Sciences
value: up to $250
Awarded for the best essay written by a Victoria College student for a course during the year. Essays written for 100-series courses, and the Senior English Essay and essays written for 300- or 400-series Independent Studies courses are ineligible.

The Lincoln Hutton Essay Prize: Sciences
value: up to $250
Awarded for the best essay written by a Victoria College student for a course during the year. Essays written for 100-series courses, and essays written for 300- or 400-series Independent Studies courses are ineligible.

The Arthur Irwin Prize
value: 2 awards up to $1,000 each
Awarded for the best writing, outside of course work, by a Victoria College student in a campus publication. Entries may include feature articles in The Strand, The Varsity, or other recognized University publication, as well as work published in campus literary journals such as Acta Victoriana or the UC Review. The date and title of the publication should be clearly noted on your submission. Student essays published in academic journals or other publications are not eligible.

The Secor Essay Prize in Renaissance Studies 
value: up to $200
Awarded annually for the best essay written for any "VIC" course in the Renaissance Studies Program. Open to students of all colleges.

Book Collection Prize

The Hoeniger Book Collection Prize

If you…

  • are registered at Victoria College
  • like books
  • have a particular interest, academic or otherwise, that has led you to acquire a number of books relevant to it

Then you…

  • may be a candidate to win the F. David Hoeniger Book Collection Prize
  • value: up to $300
  • Your "collection" need neither be large nor include any rare or expensive items

Deadline for Submissions: May 1 or the next business day (5 p.m.)

Rules and Advice to Candidates

  1. Eligibility:
    Any student registered at Victoria College at the time of the competition may enter. Entrants may submit only one "collection" in a given year. A prize-winning collection may not be submitted in a subsequent competition, regardless of any particular changes in its constitution; a previous prize-winner may, however, submit a collection centred on a different interest.

  2. Definition of a "collection"
    For the purposes of the Prize, a collection consists of at least 20 items (normally a majority of them hardbound books) that a student has come to possess as a consequence of developing a particular interest, which may be academic or not. A few printed items that are not books may be included in the collection when they suit the interest (e.g., a collection centred on the work of a dramatist might include a playbill associated with an important performance of one of the plays; or a collection centred on bird-watching might include an Audubon plate). Emphatically, however, a collection need not include costly or rare items, to the extent that it may include a proportion of paperbacks. Candidates are, however, expected to show some knowledge and appreciation of items in their collections not only for their contents but as books.

  3. What must candidates submit?
  • An ordered List (alphabetical, chronological, or appropriately otherwise) of the items comprising the "collection". This list or bibliography should provide basic information about each item, including for books: Author, Title, Date of the work's original publication (if different from the date of the actual item), and the Place of publication, Publisher, and Date of publication of the item actually in the collection. Any items that are not books should be included in this list and briefly described.
  • An Indication (as by asterisks on the List) of approximately ten items in the collection that the candidate regards as most representative, important, and interesting. The reasons for their selection will be generally apparent, but candidates should add brief annotations of these items to their List entries.
  • A Statement (500-1,000 words) explaining the collection. Generally, what interest or motive accounts for it and gives it coherence? What is the personal history of your collection? More specifically, is there any particular item in it that you are especially glad to possess? Why? Is there a particular "gap" in your collection that you would especially like to fill? Why?
  • The candidate's name, student number, current & summer addresses, email address, and phone number(s) should be provided on the first page of the submission.

    4. Submissions
    Will be judged by a committee annually appointed for the purpose. This committee may invite promising candidates to an interview. The winner of the Prize will be expected to participate fully in arranging an exhibition in the Pratt Library of items from her or his collection.

    Inquiries: vic.awards@utoronto.ca or call 416-585-4435.

    Applications will reopen in spring 2021.

 

 

Postgraduate Scholarships

 
Scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 are available for Victoria College students beginning or continuing postgraduate studies in Fall 2020 (applications closed). See award terms below. Applicants may apply within one year of graduating from Victoria College. These awards require an online application with two supporting letters.

  • Due to the availability of funds, some awards many not be offered every year. Some awards may be divided between two candidates.
  • The majority of these awards are for studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences. A few awards are available for Science students, but unfortunately, there are no postgraduate scholarships for students entering professional faculties (medicine, law, dentistry, etc.).
  • Our postgraduate scholarships are very competitive and those applicants of only a CGPA of 3.50+ receive these awards.
  • Students are eligible to receive only one award. Students who have previously won a postgraduate award are not eligible to re-apply.
  • A formal personal statement is required and must include the following information: i) the nature of the graduate work proposed; ii) your reasons for wishing to pursue graduate studies; and iii) any experience or qualifications beyond the Bachelor's degree which may be relevant to proposed graduate work.
  • Two reference letters are required. Upon submitting the online application, an automated message will be sent to each referee to request these letters to be submitted directly to the Victoria College Registrar's Office within two weeks. Letters must be submitted either by file upload (for referees with utorids) or by email to vic.awards@utoronto.ca (for members outside of the UofT community) no later than March 31 (or the next business day) at 4 p.m. Applications will re-open in 2021.
  • Notification of scholarship decisions will be sent by email in early June.
  • To access the online application, you will need your UTORID and password for authentication.  Please draft your responses ahead of time as the online application does not allow you to save your entries.

Inquiries: please email vic.awards@utoronto.ca.

The Margaret Addison Scholarship (NOT OFFERED for 2020) 
award value: --
Awarded biennially to a female graduate of Victoria College to enable her to pursue postgraduate studies at an approved university outside of Canada.

The Ethel Treble and F Louis Barber Travelling Scholarship
award value: up to $2,500
Awarded to a student with high overall A standing at least 50% of whose courses for the degree have been in Psychology or Philosophy. The recipient must continue his or her studies in Philosophy or Psychology or in fields related to these subjects at a university outside the city of Toronto.

The Annie May Bowers Scholarship (NOT OFFERED for 2020)
award value: --
Awarded whenever endowment income reaches $1,000 to a female student in the graduating year who is planning to go to medical school or who is preparing through postgraduate work for a career in psychiatric social work.

The Teça May Court and George Alexander Court Scholarship
award value: up to $2,000
Awarded to the graduate of Victoria College with highest overall A standing who intends to pursue postgraduate studies in the Faculty of Information Studies of the University of Toronto.

The Helen Muriel and Doris Elizabeth Hubbert Award
award value: up to $5,000
Awarded to a Victoria College graduating student with financial need who is pursuing postgraduate studies in the sciences and who demonstrates good citizenship, good social responsibility and leadership in society.

The Ada Snider Huenergard Scholarship
award value: up to $3,000 
Awarded to a woman graduate of Victoria College who desires to pursue postgraduate studies in an approved university in any discipline.

The Lyla May Guest Hugill Memorial Scholarship
award value: up to $6,000
Awarded to a graduate of Victoria College for postgraduate studies in English or Classics.

The Mary Coyne Rowell Jackman Graduate Scholarship
award value: up to $10,000
Awarded to a woman graduate of Victoria College for postgraduate study in Art, Literature or Religion. Financial need must be demonstrated.

The Frances Joan Lambier Scholarship
award value: 3 awards at up to $5,000
Awarded to a graduate of Victoria College who intends to pursue postgraduate studies in Political Science or in English, with preference given to a candidate who intends to study Canadian politics or Canadian literature in English. Preference will also be given to a candidate who intends to study in Canada.

The Walter Neil Thompson McKay Scholarship
award value: up to $1,000
Awarded to an Honours graduating student who is proceeding to postgraduate studies.

The Professor George Metcalf Graduate Scholarship
award value: up to $5,000
Awarded to a graduate of Victoria College for postgraduate study in History. Preference will be given to a candidate whose interests lie in the fields of British Imperial History or Canadian History.

The Professor D O Robson Graduate Scholarship
award value: up to $5,000
Awarded to a graduate of Victoria College for postgraduate study in Ancient or Modern Languages or in Ancient or Modern History. This award may not be held in conjunction with another major award offered by Victoria University.

The Professor D O Robson Graduate Scholarship for Study Abroad
award value: up to $10,000
Awarded to a graduate of Victoria College for postgraduate study in Ancient or Modern Languages or in Ancient or Modern History at a university outside Canada. This award may not be held in conjunction with another major award offered by Victoria University.

The Egerton Ryerson Scholarship
award value: 3 awards at up to $3,000  
Awarded to the student of Victoria College graduating with the highest standing among candidates who have been admitted to a Faculty of Education at an Ontario University.

The Helen Maude Vokes Scholarship
award value: up to $2,500
Awarded to an outstanding graduate of Victoria College who proceeds to postgraduate studies in English.

The White Scholarship in French
award value: up to $8,000
Awarded to a graduate of Victoria College for postgraduate studies in French.

The Professor John Wood and Sybil Wood Scholarship
award value: up to $3,000
Awarded to a student with high overall A standing who has completed a Specialist Program in French and has been admitted to French studies in the School of Graduate Studies of the University of Toronto.

Other Graduate Award Opportunities

University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies

Ontario Graduate Scholarships (OGS)

Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarships

Vari Scholarship for Future Teachers

Through a very generous donation from the George and Helen Vari Foundation, Victoria College offers an award valued at $10,000 to a student entering Second Year who plans to pursue a career in teaching at the primary or secondary level in Ontario.

The University of Toronto Vari Scholarship is valued up to $50,000: $10,000/year for 3 years of undergraduate study and 2 years in a program leading to the Ontario Teacher's Certificate of Qualification. Open to domestic students entering Second Year. 

Award Terms:

  • Awarded to a Victoria College student entering Second Year who clearly demonstrates an intention to enter the teaching profession.
  • Candidates will be required to complete an application form and submit a statement. A minimum GPA of 3.50 is required.
  • Financial need will be taken into consideration. Finalists will be interviewed.
  • The award is renewable for Third and Fourth Year at Victoria College provided the renewal criteria has been met; and for two subsequent years in a 2-year program leading to the Ontario Teacher's Certificate of Qualification.
  • Preference will be given to Victoria College students who have completed the Education stream of the Vic One Program and who are enrolled in the Education & Society Minor Program.
  • The successful recipient is not eligible to receive any additional Victoria College in-course awards. For awards purposes, completion of one year of study is 5.0 full course equivalents.

Renewal Criteria:

  • The award is renewed if a B+ (3.30 GPA) is maintained in Second and Third Year at Victoria College.
  • The recipient must submit an annual statement re-confirming their commitment to pursuing a career in teaching.

Application Deadline:

Applications will reopen in Spring 2021

Application Instructions:

  • You will need your UTORID and password to enter the online application (currently closed).
  • Carefully read through the online application before you fill it out. Prepare all responses in advance. The online form does not allow you to save your entries.
  • A personal statement will be required (maximum 4,000 characters), which must be written entirely by the applicant and without the assistance of others.
  • Any financial values can be estimates.
  • Two reference letters will be required: one academic and one non-academic. These confidential letters must be submitted electronically by the published deadline at vic.awards@utoronto.ca in Microsoft Word or PDF format and saved with the following filename "VARI_academic ltr_student surname_student firstname.doc" or "VARI_nonacademic ltr_student surname_student firstname.doc".
  • An electronic copy of your c.v. (curriculum vitae) is required to be submitted in PDF file format and saved with the following filename “VARI CV_surname_firstname.PDF”.  The c.v. can be submitted by file upload in the online application.

Inquiries: vic.awards@utoronto.ca

 

Award Verification

Some graduate and professional program applications require an award verifier.

Contact

If applying to medical/law school, you may use the following contact as your award verifier:

Yvette Ali, Registrar
Victoria University
73 Queen’s Park Crescent
Toronto, ON  M5S 1K7

Email: vic.registrar@utoronto.ca

Tel: 416-585-4508

The names of award recipients and the awards that they have won will be published in documents circulated within Victoria University, in promotional materials, or on our website as we celebrate the achievements of our award winners.

For a complete list of all awards at Victoria College, please refer to the Student Awards and Benefactors Booklet

For more information, please contact us at vic.awards@utoronto.ca 416-585-4435.