Research Program Awards

RESEARCH PROGRAMS
Th.D., Th.M., M.A., S.T.L., S.T.D.

To fulfill Ontario Student Opportunity Fund requirements, those awards asterisked as partially funded by OSOTF are restricted in certain years to Canadian citizens who have been resident in Ontario for at least one year. For more information please see: Conditions and Requirements.

A limited number of $5,000 awards are available for international students entering the ThD program, which can be renewed for up to four additional years.

 

New Award

The Margaret O'Gara Scholarship for Advanced Degree Students in Ecumenical Theology of $2,000 is open to master's and doctoral students registered in any college of the Toronto School of Theology. More information available here. here.

ALL RESEARCH PROGRAM STUDENTS

The Alpha Sigma Nu Entrance Scholarship of $1,000 is awarded each year to an entering student who, through her or his programs of study, are believed to have the potential to contribute to the intellectual, social, moral and religious ideals of Jesuit higher education.

The Carl and Hertha Starkloff Bursary of $2,000, established by family donors to honour the parents of Fr. Carl Starkoff, S.J., is awarded to a deserving Research program student.

The Caroline Marshall Bursary* of $1,000, established in 1997 to honour Mrs. Caroline Marshall on the occasion of her retirement as Registrar of Regis College, is awarded to a deserving student in any Regis degree program.

The Gwen Egan Bursary* of $1,000 is awarded to a deserving student in any Regis degree program.

The Harold and Anne Costello Bursary* of $1,500 is awarded to a deserving student in any Regis degree program.

The Jacques Monet Scholarship* of $2,000, established to honour Jacques Monet, S.J.’s years as resident of Regis College, is awarded annually to a student in any one of the College’s degree programs.

The John Hochban Scholarship* of $1,000 is awarded to a student in a degree program who best demonstrates the community spirit and qualities of personality exemplified by John Hochban, S.J., in his service to Regis College as Rector, Vice-President, and Registrar.

The John V. Prendergast Bursary* of $2,500 is awarded to a deserving student in any Regis degree program.

The Marion McCarthy Bursary* of $2,500 is awarded to a deserving student in any Regis degree program.

The Moira Hughes Bursary* of $1,000, established in 1997 to honour Mrs. Moira Hughes on the occasion of her retirement as Administrative Assistant to the President of Regis College, is awarded to a student in any Regis degree program.

The School Sisters of Notre Dame Bursary* of $2,500 is awarded to a deserving student in any Regis degree program.

The Tuohy Bursary* of $1,500 is awarded to a deserving student in any degree program.

The William Larkin Bursary* of $2,500, established by William Larkin, the architect responsible for the renovation of the Regis College buildings, is awarded to a deserving student in any Regis degree program.

The Adrienne Pereira Bursary* is awarded annually to a second year student who exemplifies the Ignatian spirit in academics and student life, and as a member of the broader Regis community.

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

The Kuna-Delicaet Scholarship of $2,500, established by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Delicaet to honour their parents, is awarded for academic excellence to a research program student, as demonstrated by scholarly achievement and letters of recommendation.

The Jean-Marc Laporte Graduate Scholarship* of $2,500, established to honour the presidency of Jean-Marc Laporte, S.J., is awarded annually to a research program student of Regis College on the basis of academic competence and the merit of his/her research proposal.

BIBLICAL STUDIES

The D. Stanley Bursary of $500, established to honour a former professor of New Testament studies at Regis College, is awarded annually to a research program student in biblical studies.

DOCTOR OF THEOLOGY (Th.D.)

Th.D. Research Scholarships* of $7,500 each are awarded to a limited number of students entering a Th.D. program in any field of research. Successful applicants may reapply for up to four years of additional support. These awards sometimes incorporate another named award.

Lonergan Studies Scholarship* of $10,000 is granted to a student entering a Th.D. program in September 2009. The successful applicant may apply for one additional year of funding at the $10,000 and up to two additional years at the $5,000 level.

The Lupina Scholarships* (2) of $10,000 each are granted to a student entering a Th.D. program in spirituality, well-being or health-care. Successful applicants may reapply for up to three years of additional support.

The School Sisters of Notre Dame Award of $5,000, is awarded periodically to a deserving international student entering the Th.D. program. The successful applicant may reapply for up to four years of additional support.

The Lorreto Sisters Award of $5,000 is awarded periodically to a female candidate entering the Th.D. program. The successful applicant may reapply for up to four years of additional support.

FACULTY ASSISTANT

The A.N. Deland Family Scholarship* of $1,500 is provided for a faculty assistant in History, or an assistant to the Canadian Institute for Jesuit Studies and the Jesuit Archives.

FEMALE STUDENTS

The Lorreto Sisters Award of $5,000 is awarded to a female candidate entering the Th.D. program in September 2013. The successful applicant may reapply for four years of additional support.

The Reverend Mother Ignatia Campbell Bursary* of $4,000 is awarded to a deserving female student in any degree program.

The R.A.F. MacKenzie Bursary of $1,500, is awarded to a deserving Catholic woman in any Regis degree program.

The Walter and Mary Tuohy Fund* of $3,000 is awarded to a lay female student in any degree program.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT

The School Sisters of Notre Dame Award of $5,000, is awarded to a deserving international student entering the Th.D. program in September 2008. The successful applicant may reapply for up to four years of additional support.

LAY STUDENT

The Canadian Conventual Franciscan Friars Bursary* of $2,500 is awarded to a deserving lay student in any Regis degree program.

The Dr. Peter and Barbara Peloso Bursary* of $2,500 is awarded to a deserving lay student in any Regis degree program.

The Edward F. Sheridan Bursary*; Frederick E. Crowe Bursary*; Gerald W. Tait Bursary*: each award of $2,500 is awarded to a deserving lay student in any Regis degree program. These bursaries were established by the Jesuit Fathers of Upper Canada and by various Canadian Jesuit Communities.

The Helen Poole Clair Award of $1,500, established to honour Mrs. Helen Poole Clair, first lay graduate of Regis College, is awarded to a needy lay student in any Regis degree program.

LONERGAN STUDIES

Lonergan Studies Scholarship* of $10,000 is granted to a student entering a Th.D. program in September 2009. The successful applicant may apply for one additional year of funding at the $10,000 and up to two additional years at the $5,000 level.

MASTER OF THEOLOGY (Th.M.)

The Th.M. Bursaries* of $4,000 each are awarded to a limited number of students entering the Th.M. program for full-time studies. Successful applicants may reapply for one additional year of support. Part-time applicants may also apply and may share an award with another recipient. These awards sometimes incorporate another named award.

PRIESTHOOD

The Anne M. Kuna-Delicaet Scholarship* of $2,000, established by Mr. Leonard Delicaet to honour his wife Anne on the occasion of their 30th wedding anniversary, is awarded to a Jesuit student with scholarly promise.

The Jean Annette V. Desroches Scholarship* of $1,000 is awarded to a deserving candidate for the priesthood.

The Genevieve Khoury Scholarship of $4,000 supports the training of a Jesuit for the priesthood.

The Marcella McGowan Scholarship of $2,500, established by the late Marcella McGowan, is awarded to a Regis College candidate for the priesthood.

The Pedro Arrupe Fund is an endowment given by the Regis College Jesuit Community in memory of the twenty-eighth Jesuit Superior General. Awarded by the Rector of the Jesuit Community, it provides assistance to Jesuit students from abroad.

SPIRITUALITY, WELL-BEING OR HEALTH CARE

The Lupina Scholarships* (2) of $10,000 each are granted to a student entering a Th.D. program in spirituality, well-being or health-care. Successful applicants may reapply for up to three years of additional support.

WORKING WITH CHILDREN

The Light for Children Bursary of $1,000, established anonymously, is granted to a student in any degree program who will work with children.