Brock University is committed to encouraging academic excellence. The University sets aside funds to recognize our best and brightest students every year. Brock offers very competitive scholarships to entering and returning students. Please ensure you check out and apply to our OneApp to become eligible for hundreds of awards & bursaries through one application!
Brock Scholars Awards
Award renewals will be assessed after completing of each milestone 5.0 full credits, and will be based on their best 5.0 full credits. A minimum 80 per cent average in each milestone is required to renew the award. Milestones will be assessed when students reach 5.0, 10.0, 15.0 cumulative credits
If you are pursuing an undergraduate degree and you do not hold a renewable Brock Scholars Award you are still eligible for our Returning Scholars Award based on the following criteria:
|Sessional "best 4" average*||Amount of award|
|94.0% and above||$1,500|
|90.0% to 93.9%||$1,000|
|85.0% to 89.9%||$550|
|80.0% to 84.9%||$350|
*The sessional “best 4” average is calculated using courses from your Fall/Winter session. A minimum of 4.0 credits in the Fall/Winter session is required to qualify for this award.
*Co-op students will be assessed after completing each milestone of 5.0 credits, based on their “best 4.0”. Co-op students must fill out the Brock Entrance & Returning Scholars Renewal Form to ensure their file is reviewed..
Your scholarship will be applied directly to your tuition and/or residence fees. This will take place before classes begin in September, reducing the amount you owe to the University. Scholarships cannot be used for first instalments or down payments.
Brock program & course load requirements
You must be a full-time undergraduate student in the Fall/Winter terms in the year used to calculate the average and the following year to receive your scholarship. If you reduce your course load to part-time status (less than 4.0 credits in the Fall/Winter terms), move out of an undergraduate program (ie: into Teacher Education or Graduate studies) or withdraw from the University, the value of your scholarship will be pro-rated or withdrawn. Please advise Student Accounts and Financial Aid of any change in your registration status, preferably before a change is made so we can assess the financial implications.
Please note: If you are intending to apply for OSAP for the current academic year, do not list this scholarship under “Award Income” in your OSAP application. We will report this and all other Brock-funded awards on your behalf.
Are you exceptional? Consider the following prestigious award:
The President’s Surgite Award is intended to recognize those students who have been outstanding in the following areas:
- Demonstrated exemplary leadership in a student club, organization, association or team.
- Did something exceptional that helped to advance Brock’s academic reputation.
- Made a significant contribution to student life at Brock.
- Provided a valuable service to Brock or the broader community.
If interested, please fill out the President’s Surgite Award Application
The Spirit of Brock Award are medals intended to recognize those students who best exemplify the spirit of Sir Isaac Brock and are presented to winners at convocation ceremonies held in spring and fall. Students who demonstrate any one or more of the following qualities can be recommended:
- Community Involvement
Graduating students are invited to apply. Please fill out the Spirit of Brock Award Application
The Goodman School of Business Ambassador Scholarship for those interested in acting as an information resource for Goodman students, promoting services, activities and events while building professional networks along with personal and professional development.
Returning Goodman School of Business students are invited to apply. Please fill out the Goodman School of Business Ambassador Application
2020-2021 Ontario Remembrance Scholarship
On January 8, 2020, a Ukrainian airliner crashed near Tehran, Iran. Victims of the crash included 57 Canadians. Among the victims, 34 people were employed at or studying in universities and colleges in Ontario. In remembrance of the victims and to commemorate the talent that has been lost, Ontario will provide publicly-assisted postsecondary institutions with funding for 57 dedicated scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year. A total of $10,000 is available to be awarded to Brock University undergraduate students. Up to 5 awards will be distributed with each having a minimum $2000 value. To Apply for this award, please fill out the application. Applications must be received by 4:30pm Friday, March 12, 2021. Late entries will not be accepted.