Donated by Mr. Steven T. Tabac in memory of his wife Corinne Fay Tabac, a former student at Macdonald College. Awarded to the winner of the Shakespeare Medal.
1 award, $500; available to students entering the Engineering program. To benefit students who demonstrate strong academic credentials and show good character, motivation to serve and succeed and commitment to the community, evidenced through leadership in school, civic and extra-curricular activities. Applicants will be required...
1 award, $100; available to top students graduating from the Power Sports & Marine Technician program. No application necessary. Funds issued at graduation.
Established by the 1980 graduating class of the Bachelor of Commerce and Sports Administration Degrees this is awarded to aid a student of the Laurentian University, who is enrolled in either of these programs. Value is $500.00. Application is required.
Presented upon graduation to a distinguished student for excellence and high academic standing. Preference given to women students. Value: $150.
Two scholarships to be awarded: (a) one to a student in a program in Arts and Science, and (b) one, on a rotating basis, to a student in a program in Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, and Physics.
The recipient of this award must be enrolled in full-time studies and maintain an excellent GPA. Special attention should be given to students in science and/or computer technology oriented programs.
Scholarships totalling $4,000 have been endowed by the late Rhona Clare Gillis. The awards are made to students in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems for study in practical agricultural and food production systems and are made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
The award is offered to an undergraduate student in Real Estate with good academic standing who has demonstrated strong leadership skills through extra-curricular activities. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration.
Five $3,000 scholarships are offered to outstanding students entering the Faculties of Science, Applied Science (Engineering), Forestry or Land and Food Systems, from senior secondary schools. The awards are based primarily on the students' scholarly achievement.
A scholarship of $1,800 is offered to a male student beginning or continuing undergraduate or graduate studies in the Faculty of Science. It is awarded to a student who has an outstanding academic record and who shows promise of success in his chosen field. This...
One semester awards between $2,000 and $7,000 to students entering a new graduate program at Simon Fraser University. To be eligible, a student must show academic excellence and proof that he/she is being actively recruited by another university. Students must be nominated by their graduate...
Professor Thelma Finlayson has established a fellowship to be offered to graduate students pursuing studies toward the Master of Pest Management degree. Preference will be given to students working in the field of entomology.
An award of $2,000 per semester for one year may be made by the University to a disabled graduate student. The applicant must be a full time registered graduate student in good standing whose disability substantially increases the cost of study and who can demonstrate...
Eligibility: 1. Members of the BCGEU in good standing are eligible to apply. 2. Relatives of BCGEU members or staff in good standing or relatives of deceased or retired members are eligible to apply. Definition of a relative: a spouse of same or opposite sex,...
Preference will be given to an outstanding student in the Third or Fourth Year of the Bachelor of Music in Performance: Contemporary Musics, concentration in Jazz and Improvisation. The value of the Prize shall not be less than $400.
The $3000 fellowship is available to two students studying international business. Candidates must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants, and have a strong academic record to date.
Criteria: -Direct entrance from high school -Academic achievement -Preference given to those who relocate or travel from outside of Calgary
Criteria: -Third semester -Successfully completed first year in the top 25% of the class
Criteria: -One award for a second period -One award for a fourth period -Demonstrates an outstanding work ethic -Financial need -Minimum of 74% from previous period
Criteria: -Top achiever in third and fourth semesters -Alberta resident -Eligible for full credits as granted by the Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Division