Michael Lettieri Experiential Learning (EL) Bursaries Program

El Bursaries applications for Summer 2024 courses are now closed.

Applications for Summer 2024 (F&Y Courses) are now closed.

The Office of the Vice-Principal Academic and Dean recognizes the major student commitment that comes with participation in curricular experiential learning (EL) opportunities. With the goal of promoting equal access to EL opportunities among all students, the Experiential Education Unit (EEU) has created the Michael Lettieri Experiential Learning (EL) Bursaries Program to reduce barriers and help students alleviate some of the costs associated with practical learning in eligible EL courses.

The Program is facilitated by application and targets students with demonstrated financial need for various reasons, including costs associated with remote EL activities. Bursary amounts are determined by the EEU with respect to the EL activities in each eligible course.

Application Timelines

Students enrolled in one or more eligible EL courses can be considered for the Michael Lettieri EL Bursaries Program by submitting an application and completing the Cover Sheet Form during the corresponding application period. Applications for past courses will not be considered for an EL Bursary, so be sure to apply at the beginning of the term in which your eligible course is offered.

TermApplication PeriodBursary Distribution Status
Fall 2023 (F&Y Courses)Sept. 5 to Sept. 19, 2023Distributed
Winter 2024 (S Courses)Jan. 3 to Jan. 22, 2024Distributed
Summer 2024 (F&Y Courses)May 1 to May 12, 2024Applications Under Review.
Summer 2024 (S Courses)TBATBA

Application Instructions
Learn how to apply for a Michael Lettieri EL Bursary.

Eligible Courses
Explore the full list of eligible courses.

Frequently Asked Questions
EEU Student Ambassadors answer your FAQs.