Applying to medical/law/professional school?
If your application asks you for a verifier for any McMaster-based scholarships you’ve won during your time as an undergrad, you can list:
- Nancy Solano, Awards Officer Student Financial Aid & Scholarships McMaster University 1280 Main St. W.Gilmour Hall, Room 120 Hamilton, ON L8S 4L8 (905) 525-9140 ext 23145 email@example.com
The following general information may also be useful to your application:
To determine your competition for any of the scholarships you received, you can refer to the Undergraduate Calendar and the online University statistics for the year in which you received the award.
- Applicants to McMaster University need admission average of 80% or higher are eligible for Entrance Scholarships.
- Reference the specific award descriptions and terms in the Undergraduate Calendar to determine how scholarship decisions were made. The Undergraduate Calendar also outline the criteria and competition (typically available) for an award. Past copies of calendars are available at Mills Memorial Library and in PDF documents.
- Reference the University Statistics for the number of students in a level, faculty, program or course. Search for statistics according to the criteria for a specific award.
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