This award is available to a continuing full-time or part-time student attending the Port Hardy Campus or taking one of the following distance English courses: Eng 098, 115, 120, 121, 202, or 203. Students applying for this bursary must have maintained a satisfactory academic standing. Financial need will be considered when selecting the recipient.
Established by Emeritus Professor Paul F. McCullagh, who taught Classics at McGill from 1926 to 1988, for one or more students on the basis of outstanding academic performance in any Latin language course. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee on the recommendation of...
Established in 2007 by Louis C. Ho, B.Eng. 1961. Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering to a student with high academic achievement who has completed at least one year of the B.Eng. program in any Department. Estimated value: $5,000
Established in 1998 in memory of Frederick M. Connell, the founder of Conwest Exploration Company Ltd., for an undergraduate student having completed at least one year in a Management degree program. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing by the Faculty of Management Scholarships...
Established in 1967 by the Charles H. Ivey Foundation in memory of the first Licentiate graduate (violin) of the Music Faculty. Awarded to a talented student to further his or her musical education. Preference is given to string instrument students. Estimated value: $3,000.
These College-wide entrance bursaries, provided by the NIC Foundation, are available to full-time students enrolling in any program at North Island College. The recipient must demonstrate financial need.
The recipient of this award must be enrolled in university transfer courses with a career goal of environmental studies. The recipient must be attending North Island College's Campbell River Campus. Students applying for this award must have a demonstrated financial need and maintained a satisfactory...
Award Criteria: financial need enrolled full-time
An $800 scholarship will be awarded to a student enrolled in the fourth term of the Coastal Integrated Resource Management program. The recipient will be the student who has achieved the highest grade point average in terms one through three.
A bursary of $850 has been endowed by the Pharmaceutical Sciences Graduating Class of 1992, and is offered to an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Bursaries totalling $1,125 have been endowed in honour of Rhoda and Al Boggie (B.A.1950, M.D.1954) for students entering the first year of the M.D. Program who graduated from secondary schools located outside the Greater Vancouver Regional District or the Capital Region District.
Bursaries totalling $2,000 have been endowed by alumni and friends of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems for undergraduate students in the faculty.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, in consultation with the Office of Awards and Financial Aid, to a student who is an active member of the IEEE.
The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Music to a talented and promising student in the school majoring in elementary or secondary music education.
Scholarships totalling $5,100 are offered to students studying Forest Ecosystem Management. Awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and, in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education to a graduate student who shows great potential as an artist and educator.
Eligibility: -Entering first year of a direct-entry program from a secondary school in the York region, inclusive of the muicipalities of Aurora, East Gwillimbury, Geogina, King, Markham, Richmond Hill, Vaughn and Whitchuch-Stouffville -Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person and Ontario resident -Demonstrated financial need -Minimum final admission...
An award of up to $300 is available to an entering student who clearly shows leadership qualities and has a strong background in competitive athletics and other extra curricular activities. Applicants must have achieved at least an 80 percent average in Grade 12. Candidates must...
This prize is awarded annually to an undergraduate student of outstanding potential in brass performance. The minimum value of this prize is $100.
Criteria: -Must be Native/Aboriginal and enrolled in an earth sciences, business, commerce or economics diploma or applied degree program -Academic standing -Financial need -Employment opportunity may be possible
Conditions: Awarded to a student with satisfactory academic standing entering second, third, or fourth year of the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture or the Bachelor of Science in Agricultural/Food Business Management degree program. Recipient will be selected on the basis of leadership qualities as demonstrated...