The Indigenous Student Awards (FNMI) application 2019/2020
General Information Eligibility:
Any student who self-identifies as a First Nations, Inuit, Métis (FNMI), status or non-status person is eligible to apply for an Indigenous Student Award (FNMI) - students can self-identify in Indigenous Education & Student Services in A114, Fennell Campus. If you were in receipt of an Aboriginal Post-Secondary and Training Award (PSET) awarded by Mohawk College – Financial Aid, Six Nations Polytechnic or OSTTC – in the Fall or Winter semesters of the academic year, you are not eligible to receive an award from IESS.
Students are only considered for a PSET Bursary if they have completed the MMFAP Application, linked below via the Additional Funding Opportunity menu.
By applying for an Indigenous Student Awards (FNMI), you are accepting the following conditions:
Your name, student number and relevant contact information will be shared to cross-reference bursary recipients to ensure that no one person is in receipt of more than one bursary/award. In addition, some of the content you include in your Application Letter and Reference Letters may be shared during the evening of the Awards Dinner to inspire students and the community with your story.
The deadline for all items is Friday February 7, 2020 at 4:30pm.
Incomplete applications OR applications submitted after the deadline will NOT be accepted or considered for an award.
If you do not attach your Application Letter and Reference Letter(s) to your Online Application Form, they must be submitted via email to amanda.aitchison2 [at] mohawkcollege.ca by the deadline. All awards communication will be done via MyMohawk – it is students’ responsibility to check their MyMohawk for updates.