To be awarded to a woman student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in English for excellence in the work of the program (with emphasis on English). The winner must have secured all her secondary school education in Canada. The award is to be used for study and travel in the United Kingdom and Continental Europe during the vacation before the final Fall/Winter session.
Established by friends, students and faculty in the Department of Economics in memory of the late Brian Croteau, an honours student in Economics, admired for his cheerfulness and ability to reflect warmth and friendship. Value: $250. Recipient: the student entering the 4th year of the...
1 award, $500; for achievement and commitment to studies; available to students in the Applied Business Technology Program. Based on recommendation of instructors and program area. No application necessary. Funds issued at graduation.
A gift from the friends and colleagues of the late Rhea Desjardins, former supervisor of Health Services at the University and a great contributor to her profession in Nursing. Value: $100. Recipient: a student entering the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of any program, on...
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.
Established in 1979 in memory of the late Mabel King and made possible by a generous bequest from her estate to the McGill Alumnae Society. Awarded by the University Committee on Scholarships and Student Aid to a distinguished student entering any faculty with preference to...
To be awarded to a student in an honours program in the Department of Linguistics and Languages who attains the highest grade in a Level I course in Italian. Value: $150 for books
To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of the Honours Physics program with the highest Sessional Average.
Award Criteria: enrolled in a second-year Geography course or in the Land and Resource Management Program financial need
Three prizes of $400 each are awarded to students in the first year of the Faculty of Medicine for overall academic excellence. The awards have been endowed through a bequest from the late Harold James Russell and are made on the recommendation of the Faculty...
A $300 prize has been endowed for the senior student in Family and Nutritional Sciences who has been outstanding in the areas of clothing, textiles and design throughout her course.
As a memorial to Allison Elliott, LL.B. 1972, her friends have endowed a bursary of $200 for a student in the Faculty of Law.
A book prize valued at $125 is made on the recommendation of a committee chaired by the Head of the Language Education Department in the Faculty of Education to the highest ranking student in the field of Secondary English (Methods and Practice Teaching).
It is awarded to a student in the Faculty of Commerce for financial assistance during the academic year and for a summer internship providing service to First Nations communities in British Columbia.
Criteria: Enrolled in a program that participates in the Global Education Network: please check with your Program Coordinator for details on how to apply. -Academic achievement -Financial need -Attitude and preparation for a study aboard
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement
Criteria: -Third semester -Canadian citizen -Academic achievement -Financial need -Not in receipt of another program award
Criteria: -First or second semester -Academic achievement -Most likely to succeed in the field based on aptitude and attitude -One award to a deserving graduating student who demonstrates financial need
AVAILABLE TO: Presented to a UCFV Alumni pursuing Graduate Studies. STIPULATIONS: -Minimum of 2.67 cummulative GPA or better -Applicants should demonstrate a financial need for furthering their studies; -Applicants must have demonstrated excellence in performance and/or leadership ability in their community; -Student wishing to complete...
AVAILABLE TO: A student graduating from the UCFV Theatre Department who shows promise of a continued career in Theatre. The student must be continuing in graduate studies or be accepted to a program of professional studies in Theatre. The student must have completed requirements for...
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