SAUO – UOAS

Société d'archéologie de l'uOttawa – uOttawa Archaeology Society

Dig Scholarship

The University of Ottawa Archaeological Society (uOAS) invites applications to full-time and part-time students interested in archaeology and taking archaeology courses at the University of Ottawa and/or is planning on going to an archaeological field school for academic credits.

PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING:

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

 

  • Not every applicant is guaranteed a scholarship as there are not enough funds available. The scholarship value is $500.00.
  • All applications will be evaluated and assessed by a scholarship committee selected by the University of Ottawa Archaeological Society executive.
  • All applicants will be informed of decisions by e-mail within two weeks of any set deadlines and once all applications have been reviewed. All decisions are final.
  • Please fill out the form correctly to insure proper review.

 

CRITERIA:

 

  • Each applicant must be a registered full-time or part-time student at the University of Ottawa who will be attending an archaeological field school for academic credit.
  • Each Applicant must be in need of financial assistance.
  • Each Applicant should demonstrate some level of community service, which could include volunteering for the uOAS or its partners.
  • Fill out your application form completely.
  • Provide a letter of intent explaining why you feel you deserve this scholarship. This letter should also include the details of the field school you will be attending.
  • Proof that you will be participating in the field school (such as your acceptance from the program director, etc).
  • For community service, give the contact information of at least one reference.

 

RETURN COMPLETED FORMS TO:

 

Personal Information:

 

Surname:

Given Name(s):

Address:

Apt #:

City & Province:

Postal Code:

Home Phone:

Cell Phone:

Email:

 

Academic Information:

 

Student #:

University:

Program:

Year of Study:

 

 

Letter of Intent:

 

  • On a separate piece of paper please provide a summary of the field school you will be attending. Information to include (if known): supervising institution, site supervisor, site location, summary of fieldwork, summary of expectations of the field school.
  • Also include a summary of why you feel you need additional funding for your field school and any additional information you would like to share with the committee.

 

Financial Information:

 

  • Please provide a summary of your financial resources and estimated expenses for your field school to determine how eligible you are for this award.

 

Financial Resources

Estimated Expenses

School Year Earnings

$

Field School Tuition

$

Summer Earnings

$

Transportation

$

Family Contribution

$

Accommodation

$

Other Scholarships/Bursaries

$

Food

$

Other (Specify):

$

Other (Specify):

$

Total Resources

$

Total Expenses

$

 

Financial Need:(total resources – total expenses = financial need)

 

Resources: $

Expenses: $

Need: $

 

 

 

 

Declaration:

 

I hereby certify that the information provided on this application is, to the best of my knowledge, true and complete. I also authorize the release of the above information to the University of Ottawa Archaeological Society for the purposes of bursary evaluation.

 

 

____________________________________                  ____________________               Signature                                                                                Date

 

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