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SETAS students have top scholarship options

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Tuition costs differ between programs. Students in the School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science (SETAS) tend to have higher tuition fees, due to the nature of their programs, having labs and special equipment for hands-on training. However, there are scholarships open only specifically to SETAS students to subsidize their school expenses.

The college has two types of scholarships. Students are required to complete a scholarship and bursary questionnaire in myCentennial to access and qualify for the application-based scholarships. The other type of scholarship is academic-based, which does not include an application form. Below are some of the top scholarships offered:

Application-based scholarships

Scholarship name: HP Computer Repair and Maintenance Entrance Scholarship
Value: $1,000
Eligibility: a first-semester student of the Computer Repair and Maintenance program (3218); regretfully, International, Second Career, and WSIB students are not eligible
Application requirements: essay

Scholarship name: General Contractors Section TCA Scholarship
Value: $2,000
Eligibility: a full-time student in the second year of the Architectural Technician program (3101) with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
Application requirements: essay

Scholarship name: Tridel B.O.L.T. scholarships (various)
Value: $2,500
Eligibility: Tridel B.O.L.T. has five scholarships for second-year students in the following programs: Energy Systems Engineering Technician Program (3755), Mechanical Engineering Technology Program (3756), Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technician Program (3825), Mechanical Engineering Technician Program (3701), and Engineering Technology Program (3703). All students are required to have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA and an interest in the Construction Industry.
Application requirements: reference letter

Academic-based scholarships

Scholarship name: Canadian Fluid Power Association (CFPA) Scholarship
Value: $500
Eligibility: two full-time students will receive this award; must be enrolled in the Automation and Robotics Technician or Technology program (4105/4106) and excel in their program of studies

Scholarship name: Environmental Protection Scholarship
Value: $500
Eligibility: a full-time student in the final year of the Environmental Technician or Technologist Fast-Track program (4221 / 4222) with the highest cumulative GPA

Scholarship name: Ontario Food Protection Association Scholarship
Value: $1,000
Eligibility: a third-year student enrolled full-time in the Biological Technology - Industrial Microbiology program (3602); must meet two of the three criteria: (1) highest mark in the course related to Food Safety (to include Food Safety and Food Microbiology), (2) best project related to Food Safety, and/or (3) has the most complete and accurate HACCP-based Food Safety plan