Students apply directly to the BA Honours in Studies in Arts and Culture, using the program code BAC.


High school students: Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent
Expected entrance average: an overall average of 70 per cent in a minimum of six 4U (including English 4U) or 4M courses, or equivalent
Recommended courses: 4U courses in history, philosophy, classical studies and international languages

  • Students whose first language is not English must present scores from an English language proficiency test (TOEFL or IELTS).
  • Mature and transfer students are welcome to inquire about learning opportunities at STAC.

Scholarships, bursaries and awards

OneApp Application Required

Value: $550*. Awarded for outstanding achievement by a student completing their third or fourth year of studies and working towards completion of a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Major in Studies for Arts and Culture. The award will be given to the student who demonstrates both academic achievement and/or a significant contribution to the arts and culture community of the Niagara region. Normally the student will excel in the areas of arts and cultural management, intermedia and interdisciplinarity, and/or cultural critique and agency. The award may be shared by up to three students. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and meet Ontario residency requirements.

Donor: This award was established thanks to the generosity of the many donors who supported General Brock’s October Soiree and the Director of cSTAC, David Vivian (2009-2012, 2021-).
Established: 2010
Endowed: 2010

An asterisk (*) appears beside the value of an endowed scholarship. The value will vary from year to year depending upon income earned by the endowment.

New for 2018! Marilyn I. Walker Textile Art Award
View the list of awards available to students in the Centre for Studies in Arts and Culture program.