Graduate Studies: Financial Aids and Awards
The Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) is a series of awards which have resulted from the Ontario government’s “matching” program. In general, OSOTF awards are restricted to residents of Ontario who demonstrate financial need. For the purpose of OSOTF awards, an Ontario resident is either a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada who has an Ontario mailing address at the time the award is made. Financial need can be demonstrated by applying for OSAP or by completing the financial aid assessment form. In addition to the financial and residence requirements, there may be specific eligibility criteria for each OSOTF award.
Mary Elizabeth McGanity Parkin Graduate Fellowship in Community Health
To be awarded, on the basis of financial need, to full-time or part-time students enrolled in the Dalla Lana School of Public Health Masters program offered with the Department of Family and Community Medicine. If possible the students should be seeking further education in health care of the elderly.
Lifebeat ’96 Graduate Studentship Award in Women's Health
To be awarded to full-time or part-time graduate students on the basis of financial need who are studying within the area of women’s health registered in a master’s degree program at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health offered with the Department of Family and Community Medicine.
Wilfred H. McKinnon Palmer Academic Award
To be awarded to full time or part time students registered in the master’s program in the Dalla Lana School of Public Health offered with the Department of Family and Community Medicine on the basis of academic excellence. Preference will be given to a graduate student with a sustained interest in academic aspects of family medicine.