Established in 2004 with a gift from Heather Munroe-Blum and Leonard Solomon-Blum, and additional funding from the University and the School of Architecture, the Sheila Baillie Hatch Prize is awarded by the Director of the School of Architecture to a student completing the First Year of the undergraduate program in recognition of a special contribution to the academic or non-academic life of the School.
Value: minimum $500.
Established in 1998, in memory of Anne Crichton-George and her active involvement in Chapleau Ontario. Value: $2,500/ea. Recipients: full-time 1st-year students from Chapleau, Ont. enrolled in any program (if there is no qualified applicant from Chapleau, the award may be given to a student from...
Value: $1,000/ea. Recipients: full-time students entering any year of the Commerce program, specialized program in Economics, or the Master of Business Administration, on the basis of financial need and Ontario residency as defined by OSAP. Application required.
Established by a bequest from Dr. Margaret S. McCready, a Director in the former School of Household Science, Macdonald College. Open to second or third year undergraduate students in the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition who have high academic achievement and who are active...
Awarded to an undergraduate student in the School of Architecture who has demonstrated excellence in housing design in the second year. Selection is made by a committee of staff of the School of Architecture. Value: $600.
Established in 1992 by the late Dorothy Snell, B.Com. 1940, to recognize academic achievement. Awarded by the Faculty of Management Scholarships Committee to a student who has completed at least one year of the B.Com. program. Value: $1,800.
To a student entering the First Year of the undergraduate program in Chemical Engineering. Awarded solely on the basis of merit among entrants with outstanding academic achievement in their pre-university programs. Tenable for one year only and awarded to a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident...
$500 will be awarded to the highest achiever in most North Island College programs. Some programs may award on a regional rotation basis.
This award is available to a full-time or part-time student who has successfully completed one or more English courses in the Adult Basic Education or in the English as a Second Language program at North Island College and is continuing their education. The recipient must...
The award is made to female students of good academic standing entering their third year with a major in English literature. Preference is given to Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents.
The awards, open to both graduates and undergraduates, are made on the recommendation of the School of Nursing.
A $100 prize has been endowed for the graduating medical student who has shown the greatest interest and excellence in hematological neoplasia. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
Each scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student entering the first year of the Faculty of Law with high academic standing. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law.
A scholarship of $600 is awarded to the outstanding third year major in the International Relations Program. Both academic accomplishments and contributions to international relations-related activities in the community will be considered in choosing the recipient.
A scholarship of $400 is awarded to the most deserving student in the third year of Civil Engineering and proceeding to the fourth year of that course.
A $3,000 scholarship has been endowed by UMA Group Limited and the Province of British Columbia for a student entering the second year of a Master of Applied Science program in Civil Engineering. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Civil...
Scholarships totalling $5,000 are offered to Ph.D. students in the Biotechnology Laboratory, and are made on the recommendation of the Biotechnology Laboratory Graduate Student Awards Committee in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
One award for a student entering a graduate degree program leading to the Master of Pest Management degree in the Centre for Environmental Biology.
This bi-annual scholarship is the gift of the trustees of a fund established by the late Alan Boag. It is available to graduate students in business administration, economics, history, political science, sociology and anthropology who have completed two semesters of full time study at the...
Criteria: -Third period -Academic achievement (at least a 75% average)
The Scholastic Distinction Scholarship Competition is open to entrance, transfer, and continuing U of A undergraduate students. Scholarships are awarded based on -Grades 10, 11, and 12 award averages -Completed and in-progress postsecondary grades -Academic reference -Student essay