The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Classical, Near Eastern & Religious Studies to a student majoring in Religious Studies with an interest in religion and art.
Selection is based on academic standing in secondary school/post-secondary studies, involvement in school/community activities and demonstrated strong motivation to enter their chosen career. Preference will be given to an applicant entering the Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Program who will enter the Electrical Power and...
Value: $350. Recipient: a student entering the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of any program, on the basis of financial need. Application required.
Established in 2006 by Professor Catherine M. Shaw, a former McGill professor, to recognize and promote outstanding scholarship on English Drama to 1800 by undergraduate students in the English Department. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee on the recommendation of the English Department...
Established in 1959 by bequest of Bertram O. Hooper. Value: $500
This award, created by Comox Valley artist Merle Bonnick, is available to a full-time student entering the Fine Arts Diploma program at North Island College's Comox Valley Campus. The recipient of this award must have a demonstrated financial need and meet the admission requirements of...
Award Criteria: resident of the NLC region (preference given to students in Dawson Creek area and/or graduates from South Peace Secondary) planning to enroll in full-time studies at Northern Lights College preferred fields of study are business-related programs or, when offered, Nursing or other medical-related...
Award Criteria: enrolled full time in the Commercial Transport/Heavy Duty Technician program above average academic achievement excellent practical skills and problem solving ability financial need will be a consideration
Bursaries totalling $250 have been endowed in memory of Dan F. Wilson through a bequest by his brother, Reginald W. Wilson, for students in Religious Studies.
Bursaries totalling $2,000 have been endowed by members of the Graduating Class of Medicine 1956 to assist students in the M.D. Program who are in need of Financial Assistance.
A scholarship of $700 has been endowed through a bequest of John Neil McLeod. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine.
A $200 prize has been endowed to promote and recognize outstanding communication skills in written or seminar presentations. The award is made on the recommendation of the department to an engineering student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
The award is offered to an undergraduate student in Human Kinetics and is made on the recommendation of the School.
The scholarship is offered to an outstanding music student on the recommendation of the School of Music.
Awards to a maximum of $2,000 each are offered to students in the Ed.D. program in Educational Leadership and Policy on the recommendation of the Department of Educational Studies in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
One award for a graduate student pursuing a master's or PhD degree in romance languages, romance linguistics or a related field.
Criteria: -Third semester -Full course load -Academic achievement (minimum GPA 3.00) -Involvement in extracurricular activities
Criteria: -Successfully passed level one apprenticeship exam Process: -Provide a copy of your level one apprenticeship exam completion certificate to the program coordinator
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with satisfactory academic standing (minimum grade point average of 3.3) entering the second year of studies in the Faculty of Arts. Recipient must have completed the first year of studies at the University...
Conditions: Offered annually to a student of outstanding merit entering the third year of a Bachelor of Commerce Program specializing in Accounting.
Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering or transferring into a Computing Science degree program in the Faculty of Science. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement. Preference will be given to a female student.