Being a Huntington University resident has its perks!


Students living in the university’s residence, have exclusive access to our generous program of scholarships and bursaries. The scholarships recognize academic and community excellence, while bursaries are based on financial need.


  • Bursary applications are posted in early September and early January
  • Scholarship applications are posted throughout the year


For further information, please email:



Fall Bursary Deadline:  October 7, 2021 at 4 p.m. 


To qualify for bursary assistance you must:

  • Be a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Be living in the residence at Huntington University during the 2021-2022 academic year
  •  Preference will be given to students receiving OSAP.  You must provide documentation confirming the OSAP amount.

The bursary application form is available in alternative formats upon request.



Huntington University and TD Bank Group partnered in 2020 to support a second round of the Huntington Helps Emergency Bursary Fund.

The fund, which was originally launched by Huntington University in March 2020 with an investment of $25,000, was established as a COVID-19 response initiative to assist ALL post-secondary students in need, across the Greater Sudbury community.


Applications to the Huntington Helps Emergency Bursary Fund are now closed.  

For more information visit the Huntington Helps Emergency Bursary Fund page.  

Abegail Villaruel receives the Margaret Kingsburg Smith Scholarship in Gerontology from Huntington University
Jordan Nieuwhof receives the Mabel and Alfred Dew Memorial Scholarship from Huntington University
Taylor Squires receives the Dr. Jeanne Warwick Conroy Scholarship from Huntington University