Established in 1992 by the University to provide awards based on academic achievement to students in the top 5% of the Faculty. Granted by the Faculty of Education's Committee on Student Affairs to equalize the value of awards to students of comparable standing. Awards range in value from $100 to the level of the major entrance scholarships, in increments of $100.
Who Can Apply College students in the first year of a minimum two-year culinary diploma program Applicants must not have received any other Canadian Hospitality Foundation scholarships Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents
Value $1,500. Awarded annually to a full-time student proceeding from First to Second year of a degree program who comes from a community within eastern Ontario or western Quebec. The selection will be made on the basis of high academic standing and community involvement.
The Coast Salish Employment & Training Society (CSETS) Award of $2,000 is available to First Nations students enrolled in Culinary Arts (and other Trades Programs), at Malaspina University-College and whose communities are served by CSETS. Students must demonstrate a commitment to their program of study,...
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.
Value: $1,000/ea. Recipients: full-time students entering any year of any program, on the basis of demonstrated financial need and Ontario residency as defined by OSAP. Application required.
Value: $100. Recipients: students in the Nursing program who are members of the Sudbury and District Chapter and who require financial assistance. Apply in writing to: Mrs. Liz Johnstone 203 Anderson Dr. Lively, Ontario P0M 2E0
Established in 1973 by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berman. An annual prize or prizes will be awarded to students for: 1) Excellence in the field of Judaic studies. 2) A critical study in the field of Hebrew or Yiddish language and literature or a translation...
Established to commemorate the late J.B. Woodyatt, Electrical Engineering, 1907, for students who have completed a minimum of one year in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Awarded on the basis of scholastic ability. Value: $2,000 each.
To be awarded to a full-time graduating student who attains the highest cumulative average in either the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work or Bachelor of Social Work post-degree program.
To be awarded to a student who has completed any Level I program who, in the judgment of a Selection Committee, has achieved notable academic standing and has demonstrated journalistic skills in the written media. The scholarship is tenable for up to two years provided...
An annual award has been established in memory of Geoffrey and Anita Tozer in the amount of $1,500 for a student enrolled in the Education Assistant program (full or part-time) at any campus of Okanagan College. The recipient must be intending to pursue a career...
The award is made to a student, either graduate or undergraduate, in the Department of German Studies with preference given to a mature student.
A $1,000 scholarship to honour the memory of Karen Lynn Nimmo Hawkins has been endowed by her family, friends and colleagues for students in the Faculty of Education. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
It is awarded to a gifted pianist in the third or fourth year of study in the Bachelor of Music program. While achievement and promise in piano performance and related areas of study is the primary criteria of selection, the financial circumstances of the student...
Criteria: -Third semester -Satisfactory academic achievement -Preference given to a student who has become a new Canadian within the past five years
Criteria: -Fourth semester -CNTR-347 highest mark (final) -CNTR-397 highest mark (mid-term) -Has not previously failed a PLC course
Criteria: -Effort -Attitude -Financial need -Academic achievement in the program's chemical section
Criteria: -Financial need
CRITERIA: 1. The applicant must be a grade 12 student (expecting to graduate in June 2008) who is applying to UCFV for the first time. 2. The applicant must submit an application for admission to the University College of the Fraser Valley before April 11,...
Conditions: Awarded to students with superior academic achievement entering the third year of the combined Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology/Bachelor of Education program in the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement.