Internal Departmental Classics Awards
Founded by the late Andrew McCulloch, M.A., of Thorold. They are awarded as follows:
- a prize for the student who has attained the highest standing in LATN 110;
- a scholarship awarded normally at the end of the second year on the standing attained thus far in two or more Latin courses. Intended to recognize outstanding promise, it is awarded to a candidate who is planning to take one of the concentrations offered by the Department of Classics. If conditions warrant, it may be awarded at other stages than those prescribed here.
Founded by the late W.W. Near, Esq., of Toronto. They are awarded as follows:
- to the student who has the highest standing in CLST 101
- to the student who has the highest standing in CLST 100;
- to the student who has the highest standing in Greek or Latin, normally at the end of the third year of a B.A.(Hons.) program. At the discretion of the Department this prize may be awarded at stages other than the one prescribed here.
Classics Specific Bursaries
It is the priority of Queen's University to help those students in the greatest financial difficulty who have the fewest options to secure funding on their own. The Queen's General Bursary is a non-repayable grant available to students in all years of study who have a demonstrated financial need.
Within Queen's General Bursaries, there are named bursary awards (for which a separate application is not required), some of which are specific to Classics students (see list below). All students who wish to be considered for a General Bursary (named or not) must submit a General Bursary application. If a student demonstrates financial need based on their application, but does not qualify for any of the named bursary awards, he/she will be granted assistance through the general pooled bursary fund.