Students apply directly to the BA Honours in Studies in Arts and Culture, using the program code BAC.
APPLYING TO THE STAC PROGRAM
High school students: Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent
Expected entrance average: an overall average of 70 per cent in a minimum of six 4U (including English 4U) or 4M courses, or equivalent
Recommended courses: 4U courses in history, philosophy, classical studies and international languages
- Students whose first language is not English must present scores from an English language proficiency test (TOEFL or IELTS).
- Mature and transfer students are welcome to inquire about learning opportunities at STAC.
Scholarships, bursaries and awards
Value: $550*. Awarded for outstanding achievement by a student completing their third or fourth year of studies and working towards completion of a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Major in Studies for Arts and Culture. The award will be given to the student who demonstrates both academic achievement and/or a significant contribution to the arts and culture community of the Niagara region. Normally the student will excel in the areas of arts and cultural management, intermedia and interdisciplinarity, and/or cultural critique and agency. The award may be shared by up to three students. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and meet Ontario residency requirements.
Donor: This award was established thanks to the generosity of the many donors who supported General Brock’s October Soiree and the Director of cSTAC, David Vivian (2009-2012, 2021-).
An asterisk (*) appears beside the value of an endowed scholarship. The value will vary from year to year depending upon income earned by the endowment.