A $1,000 scholarship is offered by Janet Ketcham to a First Nations student in the Faculty of Forestry on the recommendation of the Faculty.
To be awarded to full-time students with financial need, entering Brandon University and registered in 6 credit hours of first year Geology. Preference will be given to Aboriginal students.
Two annual $500 awards, one each to an Arts degree and a Science degree student. Recipients must be first-year students registered in a minimum of 24 credits; present a minimum GPA of 3.0; display leadership qualities; have made a significant contribution in the area of...
Community Entrance Awards recognize students who have demonstrated a commitment to school and/or community leadership, the contemporary arts or the sciences. First Nations applicants are encouraged. Minimum average of 80% is required.
1 award, $500; provided by the Southern Vancouver Island Chapter of CIF for first or second year Forest Resources Technology students combining academic achievement, good citizenship, sports involvement and participation in forestry awareness programs. No application necessary. Funds issued in March.
2 bursaries, up to $500 each; for financial need and satisfactory academic standing; available to students undertaking a Nursing program or Home Support Resident Care Attendant program leading to work in the geriatric or senior citizens health care field.
Established with affection and appreciation by the faculty of the Department of Political Science, to honour its long-time secretary, Doris Routhier. Value: $450. Recipient: a full-time student enrolled in a Political Science program, on the basis of academic standing, financial need and Ontario residency as...
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Sessional Average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating session.
TD Bank Financial Group is committed to helping students succeed in their post-secondary studies and as such has established the TD Bank Financial Group Bursary: b) two awards of $1,000 each for students who are entering full or part-time study in the Office Administration program...
Two annual awards. Awarded to women based on academic proficiency and financial need.
This award, named in honour of long time Campbell River community member Marc Hylands, will be granted on the basis of academic achievement. The recipient will have completed the Business Administration Diploma program while attending on a full-time basis. While the student may attend either...
The award is offered to a student in the Faculty of Medicine, with preference to a mature student.
A $1,000 scholarship is awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law to an outstanding student completing the second year of law.
A fellowship of $16,000 is offered to a graduate student in English Literature and is made on the recommendation of the Department of English in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
A $1,000 scholarship is for undergraduate or graduate students studying English language and literature. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of English and, in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
A scholarship of $500 is offered by the Kiwanis Club of Vancouver to a second or third year student at the University who is enrolled in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty with consideration...
The prize is awarded to graduate students in Nursing doing research on the social and emotional health of children and youth, with preference given to those studying vulnerable children and youth. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Nursing.
Scholarships totalling $6,000 are made to medical students including graduate students who are domiciled in the province of B.C., with preference given to students from the Okanagan Valley. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine.
Awarded to a past or present member with at least 3 years involvement in a Peace Region 4-H Club. The award is based on 4-H and community involvement, and leadership skills.
Eligibility: Candidates must meet UNBC admission, enrollment and full-time attendance requirements in graduate studies. Candidates may be enrolled in any program, but will be researching a public policy issue of particular relevance to residents and communities of northern BC.
Criteria: -Third semester -Financial need -Satisfactory academic achievement (minimum GPA 2.70 from first and second semesters)