The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty to a student who has successfully completed first year in elementary or secondary education (i.e. the initial 8 or 9 month winter session) and is continuing on to finish his/her degree. First preference is given to students specializing in history and social studies. At the discretion of the Faculty, the award may be divided in two.
Value $825. Awarded annually to the Third-year Business student standing highest in the Commerce program.
1 award, $250; available to students from SD #71 (Comox Valley) who are continuing studies in horticulture or related programs, with a preference to students with an interest in heritage gardens. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by March 31. Funds issued in April.
Value: $500 credit towards purchase of textbooks at Laurentian University Bookstore. Recipient: a full-time student entering any year of any program. Selection is based on financial need. Application required.
Established in 1992 by a bequest from Mona Elaine Adilman Solomon, B.A. 1945. Awarded annually to one or two graduate or undergraduate students (graduating or continuing) who have demonstrated outstanding talent in the area of poetry. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee on...
Two prizes founded by Wilbur H. Cherry, Arts 1907, and Anna Cherry, Arts 1918, in memory of their father, William Cherry, Med. 1869 and of their brother, William McFie Cherry, Arts 1911. Awarded on the recommendation of the departments of Economics and Political Science to...
Four scholarships founded by the late L.P. Snyder, Esq., in memory of his son, Charles William Snyder, a student of First Year Arts who was killed in the Battle of Sanctuary Wood on June 2nd, 1916. Awarded on the results of the sessional examinations to...
Established in 1992 by the University to provide awards based on academic achievement to students in the top 5% of the Faculty. Granted by the Faculty of Education's Committee on Student Affairs to equalize the value of awards to students of comparable standing. Awards range...
Established by family, McGill colleagues, friends and the University to honour the memory of an exceptional teacher and lecturer, Dr. Phyllis Shapiro, Dip.Ed.'56. Two awards, one for Elementary Education and one for Secondary Education. Granted by the Faculty of Education's Committee on Student Affairs to...
Established in 2006 by Robert W. Wilson, B.Sc. 1971, for outstanding undergraduate students who have completed at least one year of a B.Sc. program. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing by the Faculty of Science Scholarships Committee. Value: $2,500 each.
Award Criteria: exemplary attendance record demonstrates promise with his/her carpentry skills
Award Criteria: graduating from Chetwynd Secondary School planning to attend NLC Chetwynd campus full-time financial need
It is awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Applied Science to a student entering fourth year who demonstrates a strong commitment to, and enthusiasm for, academic activities, community endeavors, and sports.
The award is made to a student in an honours or majors program in Sociology.
The award is offered to a student in History and is made on the recommendation of the Department of History, and in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
The prize is awarded to a student in Geological Engineering, who shows outstanding ability and promise in some aspect of geological engineering with emphasis on mineral exploration geology, and who is active in student and departmental affairs.
The prize is awarded to a graduate student obtaining the highest standing in coursework related to Human Resources. It is awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement -Not in receipt of another award -Financial need
AVAILABLE TO: A graduating Geography major. STIPULATIONS: Candidates must honour academic achievement, leadership and participation in department, university and community activities.
AVAILABLE TO: UCFV students in the areas of science, engineering or technology, who reside along the pipeline. CRITERIA: -Bursary is based on academic standing and demonstrated financial need.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to the student with the highest academic standing completing second year in a BSc program meeting AIA eligibility requirements.