The prize is offered to a student completing the fourth year of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing who has achieved high standing in at least three courses in community health and education, covering topics such a Family Studies, Community Health, Women's Health, Children/Child Bearing, and Principles of Education. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Nursing.
Criteria: 1. Aboriginal People entering a full-time BCIT technology or trades credential program. Aboriginal (Status, Non-status, Métis or Inuit) and registered as a client with the BCIT Aboriginal Services Office. 2. B.C. residents as defined by BCIT Admissions policy. 3. Demonstrated commitment to personal and...
This award recognizes an outstanding Co-op student from the graduating class in Environmental Technology Co-op Program. In the School of Arts and Science, students enrolled in the Environmental Technology Co-op Program are eligible to be selected for this award.
A gift from Mrs. Louise Wiley, Oakville, Ont. in memory of her late husband, Edwin J. Wiley, former principal of Sudbury High School and Registrar at the University. Value: $250. Recipient: a full-time student entering the 3rd year of an Arts or Science program who...
Awards, $150 each; for top students graduating from each Malaspina University-College certificate program. No application necessary. Funds issued at graduation.
1 award, $1,000; for continuing students in Economics pursuing a Minor in Economics, with the highest grade point average in the following courses: Economics 211 and 212, Math 161 (Statistics), Math 121 or 191 (Calculus), and any two upper division Economics courses. Preference to students...
1 award, $1,000; available to students for academic achievement in a first year calculus course, continuing to second year Bachelor of Science, preference given to female students. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of the Honours Commerce program and who attains the highest Sessional Average (at least 9.5).
Award Criteria: full-time student enrolled in the Visual and Graphic Communication Arts program outstanding scholastic achievement
Award Criteria: First Nations student studying at the Fort Nelson campus good academic record commitment to the First Nations Community
Award Criteria: Aboriginal student enrolled in the Oil and Gas Field Operations program positive attitude above average attendance grades of C+ or better preference to students residing in the Peace River region
One award is made to a student of Chinese ancestry entering the Faculty of Arts from Grade 12 and the other is made to a student of Chinese ancestry entering the Faculty of Science from Grade 12.
The graduating class of 1986 in French, English and History has endowed a bursary of $400 for a needy undergraduate student majoring in French, English or History.
A scholarship of $2,700 is offered to students entering their second, third, or final year in chemical, civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering, or in forestry. This scholarship is open to sons and daughters of employees of the logging or pulp operation,or head office of Canadian...
The award is made to a student in the field of French Language and Literature with high scholastic standing, promise and deserving of financial assistance.
Two scholarships of $1,500 each have been made available through the Vancouver Foundation by Mr. and Mrs. P.R. Brissenden for students who demonstrate promise in the field of Creative Writing. The scholarships are made on the recommendation of the Department of Creative Writing.
A scholarship of $500 is awarded to a student entering the fourth year in the School of Nursing, and specializing in community health. The award is made on the recommendation of the School.
Scholarships totalling $1,200 are made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of Business to doctoral accounting students.
Eligible students are Nova Scotia students registered in the senior year of Civil Engineering. Basis is academic achievement, leadership ability and qualities of personality and character. Application required. Deadline: September 30.
Criteria: -Any certificate or diploma program -Financial need -Academic achievement -Community involvement
AVAILABLE TO: UCFV students who have successfully completed the first year of the Library and Information Technology program, and who will be enrolled for the second year of that program. CRITERIA: -Applicants must be able to show evidence of financial need.