The Division of Student Affairs runs several awards programs and funding opportunities for students.
Next Application deadline: November 25, 2013 - Apply now!
Are you a leader of a sanctioned student club, team or group that is looking for a way to establish or enhance its culture, cohesion and environment through team building activities that are positive, motivating and safe?
The Team-Building Activity Fund provides funding opportunities for initiatives that will allow student clubs to welcome new members in ways that cultivate a sense of belonging and pride and build positive and respectful club dynamics.
This Fund supports university-sanctioned student clubs of the AMS, SGPS or Athletics &Recreation (A&R), involving registered students, in organizing activities that enhance the inclusion/introduction of new members.
Next Application deadline: February 1, 2014 - Apply now!
The Jack Project @ Queen’s wishes to support and encourage the students at Queen’s as they take ownership of the topic of mental health and wellness on campus. Often it’s the students who possess the creative energy and enthusiasm to run fantastic events, programs, and activities to create real and substantial change. But the reality is, many of these things cost money, which can be hard to come by as a student.
To help with the financial burden, The Jack Project @ Queen’s Student Initiative Fund exists to provide funding opportunities starting in Fall 2013 for special projects and initiatives that support student health and wellness, with a specific emphasis on mental health.
Next Application deadline:November 25, 2013 for events and activities scheduled after January 1, 2014 - Apply now!
Are you a student with a great idea or project that can help you learn and work in service to the community? The Student Initiative Fund seeks to help students and student organizations fund projects that provide educational opportunities.
Next Application deadline: TBD - Early 2014
Next Application deadline: TBD - Fall 2014
The Rhodes Scholarships are considered the oldest and most prestigious international scholarships for outstanding scholars from any academic field of study. Rhodes Scholarships are tenable for postgraduate students or a second bachelor's degree at Oxford University, for two years with the possible extension of a third year.
Queen's students wishing to apply for the Rhodes Scholarship must receive an institutional endorsement. The 2014 internal application period is now closed.