1 award, $200; for academic achievement and instructor recommendation regarding potential; available to students continuing to second year of the Early Childhood Education & Care program. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
A gift from the friends and colleagues of the late Dr. Edna L. Moore, the first Public Health Nurse in the Ontario Ministry of Health. Having been previously active in a national organization for public health nursing in the United States, she received an honorary...
6 awards, $500 each; for financial need and academic achievement; available to Forest Resources Technology students whose permanent residence is on Vancouver Island or the Gulf Islands. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by January 15. Funds issued in March.
1 bursary, $500; for financial need; available to First Nations students.
The Nickel Masonic Lodge Bursaries were established by members of the Nickel Lodge. One student recipient shall be enrolled in the first year of any program, and the second student recipient will be enrolled in second, third or fourth year of any program. The students...
Presented upon graduation to a distinguished student for excellence and high academic standing. Preference given to women students. Value: $150.
Established in 2005 through generous donations from Michael L. Richards, B.A. 1960, B.C.L. 1963. Awarded by the McGill Athletics Board Awards Committee to eligible student athletes who are also members of the McGill Intercollegiate Hockey Team. Value: minimum $1,500; renewable.
To be awarded to the student graduating from the Honours Arts and Science Program who has displayed outstanding achievement in both arts and science.
Award Criteria: female student part-time or full-time studies financial need preference will be given to mature students who are in transition
Scholarships totalling $2,100, with preference given to gifted string instrumentalists. Financial need may be a factor in the selection of recipients.
Bursaries totalling $4,600 have been endowed through a bequest by Stewart-Mary Arbuckle for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Medicine.
Bursaries totalling $6,000 have been endowed by graduating students from the Faculty of Medicine for fourth-year M.D. students involved in the CARMS (Canadian Association of Residency Matching System) Program.
A $1,200 award has been endowed in memory of Brian Graham for a third or fourth year undergraduate student majoring in Mechanical Engineering in the Faculty of Applied Science. Candidates must have achieved a minimum 75% average in their most recent academic year and participated...
A $1000 scholarship is offered by Allard and Company to an outstanding student entering second year Law. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law.
The bursary is offered to a Human Kinetics student with preference given to a student involved in the Rugby program (coach, manager or player).
Scholarships totalling $900 are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry.
Applicants must have been a past or present 4-H member in the Stettler 4-H District, and must exhibit outstanding 4-H achievement and involvement in the district. They must have a grade average of 60% or higher in their final year of Highschool. Applicants may also...
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement (not necessarily outstanding) -Interest in activities which contribute to the SAIT community -One award - Preference given to an Aboriginal applicant who meets the criteria
Criteria: -Enrolled in the Workplace Safety Management program Level 1 or 2 -Financial need -Preference given to individuals presently working in an environment that demands strict safety practices to be followed
AVAILABLE TO: Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. CRITERIA: -Maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 -Demonstrate community or non-academic school involvement
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering third year of a program leading to a BSc in Human Ecology. Preference given to student whose home residence is Southern Alberta.