Two prizes of $112.50 each are presented in recognition of excellence in social policy studies and are made on the recommendation of the School.
Who Can Nominate Community colleges in Canada offering a one-year (minimum ten months) culinary certificate program or a two-year culinary diploma program are invited to submit one nominee per college (Culinary one-year $1,000/Culinary two-year $1,750). The nomination must be submitted by the program or department...
Value: $500/ea. Recipients: female students entering the 2nd and 3rd year respectively, on the basis of academic standing and financial need. Application for In-Course Awards required.
1 award, $300; awarded to a deserving student attending the Nanaimo Campus who shows promise in the Music program. Award alternates annually between Classical and Jazz programs. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
Value: $1,100/ea. Recipients: students entering any year of the Mining or Extractive Metallurgy program, on the basis of demonstrated financial need and Ontario residency, as defined by OSAP. Application required.
Two scholarships founded in memory of Sir William Peterson, Principal of McGill 1895-1918, by his son, W.G. Peterson, M.A. Open to students in any year. Value: $2,000 each.
Presented upon graduation to a distinguished student for excellence and high academic standing. Preference given to women students. Value: $150.
To be awarded to a student entering Level IV of the Civil Engineering program who, in the judgment of the Department of Civil Engineering, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and knowledge of concrete technology.
To be awarded to a graduating student from an Honours program in Classics who, in the judgment of the Department of Classics, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and leadership.
To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in Mathematics and/or Statistics, who attains a high Sessional Average.
This entrance award is available to a student enrolling in any fulltime program at NIC's Port Alberni Campus. The recipient must have demonstrated financial need.
Bursaries totalling $1,000 are offered to undergraduate students studying Philosophy.
A $300 bursary has been endowed through a bequest by David Diamond for graduate or undergraduate students in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.
Bursaries totalling $2,400 have been endowed through a bequest by Kenneth Brian Rocheleau for undergraduate or graduate students in fine arts programs who require financial assistance.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry to a graduating student who achieves high standing in operative dentistry and embodies attributes of professionalism.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry to a student who attains an outstanding academic record in second year.
A $900 scholarship is awarded for outstanding student(s) studying synthetic organic chemistry. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Chemistry.
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a third year student in either the honors program or the Specialization program in Comparative Literature. The recipient shall have demonstrated superior academic achievement, a commitment to community life and be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident.
Conditions: Awarded to the graduating student with the highest composite mark in fixed and removable prosthodontics. Recipient will be selected on the basis of excellence in prosthetic dentistry and academic standing.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering third or fourth year honors or major in Japanese Studies. Recipient will be chosen on the basis of academic standing.