The following bursaries and awards have been made available thanks to the generosity of Queen's donors.
The following named Medicine Admission Bursaries have been made possible due to generous donations from specific donors. If a student is selected to receive a Medicine Admission Bursary the name of their bursary may be ammended to one of the following awards. Please note that only the name of the award will change after a student has been selected; the value of their Medicine Admission Bursary assistance will not change depending on the name of the award. All students who wish to be considered for Medicine Admission Bursary assistance must submit a Medicine Admission Bursary application.
Established in April 2006 by Dr. Murray Fraser, Meds. 1945, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to medical students in the first year program in the School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences.
Established by Shirley and Duncan Gray in memory of their son, Dr. Richard H. Gray, Meds 1981, and awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in the first medical year within the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences. It is expected that students will use this award to offset educational costs associated with their study of medicine.
Established in July 2011 by the class of Meds 1964 leading up to their 50th reunion in 2014 and in memory of classmates and Dr. R. Bev Lynn, Honorary Class President and former Professor of Surgery at Queen’s. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences, with preference given to students in first year.
Established by Mr. Raleigh Smith, retired Clerk of the Ontario Ministry of Health. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first medical year within the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University who is a resident of Ontario. Renewable for the following three years provided satisfactory academic standing is maintained and financial need remains evident.