To a second year student in Mechanical Engineering with a good academic record who needs financial assistance. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department.
1 award, $1,500 remission of fees upon enrolment with the CMA program; for highest marks in Accounting 362; available to graduates of Business Management - Accounting Program. No application necessary.
Donated by Miss Mary Whalen in memory of Dr. Faustina Kelly-Cook. Value: $450. Recipient: a full-time student entering the final year of the Post R.N. Nursing program (preferably), on the basis of financial need and leadership qualities. Selection is made on the recommendation of the...
Awarded by the Department of English to a student proceeding at McGill from the B.A. to the M.A. in English. The need and ability of the student are considered. Value: $500.
Established in 2004 by Donald E. Meehan, LL.B. 1975. Awarded by the McGill Athletics Board Awards Committee to promote and facilitate the athletic, academic and public service achievements of student-athletes who are entering any undergraduate degree program and qualify to be members of the McGill...
Established in 1965 by bequest of Edwin Marwin Dalley of Hamilton. Value: $800 each
Award Criteria: full-time student enrolled in the Visual and Graphic Communication Arts program financial need
A $350 prize has been endowed by the graduating class of 1985. The prize is made on the recommendation of the Department of Physiology, for the best oral and written presentation of the graduating essay.
A scholarship of $650, endowed from the bequest of Dr. Alice Ravenhill, is awarded to the student obtaining highest standing in the second year of the B.Sc. (Food, Nutrition & Health), Human Ecology major.
The award is made to the top ranking student in the advanced reference course in the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, and is made on the recommendation of the School.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty to a student entering the final year of Dentistry and is based on proficiency in the third year, in the field of removable prosthetics.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Department to an outstanding student entering second year Chemical Engineering.
Scholarships totalling $10,000 are offered to students in nursing and are made on the recommendation of the School. Preference may be given to students with demonstrated volunteer activity.
A scholarship of $750 is awarded to students in final year Nursing. It is awarded on the recommendation of the School to a student with high standing.
One award annually for graduate students in any department who intend to pursue an academic research career specializing in developmental biology and/or cell biology. Currently this would include students in the departments of Biological Sciences, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry in the Faculty of Science and...
Eligibility and Conditions: -The scholarships are open to matriculants from Nova Scotia high schools. Schools in Queen's County may nominate more than one candidate (Liverpool Regional and North Queen's Rural High Schools); however, each high school in Nova Scotia outside the preferred areas may recommend...
Criteria: -Fourth semester -Third semester -Highest GPA -Completion of HBVR-210 and 310
Criteria: -Third semester -Proficiency in news writing Process: -Recipient must submit a brief biography and photo
AVAILABLE TO: An outstanding UCFV student enrolled in a vocational program. Student must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant. STIPULATIONS: The student will recommended on the basis of outstanding academic and practical performance.
Conditions: Awarded to a student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 entering or enrolled in the fourth year of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Enviromental Sciences who is enhancing or planning to enhance his or her educational program with...
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student of first class standing proceeding into the second, third, or fourth year of honors or specialization chemistry who has the best average in the preceding year, and is not a recipient of a major award.