The awards are given to two second year Master of Occupational Therapy students and two to second year Master of Physical Therapy students on the basis of good academic standing and overall personal qualities. Selection is made on the recommendation of the Rehabilitation Sciences Awards Committee.
1 award, $700; for academic achievement, available to first year students with a disability, enrolling in a full-time course load. Financial need will also be considered. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by January 15. Funds issued in March.
Donated by the staff and faculty of the Department of Biology. Value: $500/ea. Recipients: full-time students enrolled in any year of a Biology program, on the basis of financial need and Ontario residency, as defined by OSAP. Application required.
Established in honour of Jean Brown's contribution to the Students' Society. Undergraduate, graduate and FMT program students in good academic standing who have made a significant contribution to student activities and who have demonstrated a leadership role will be considered. Awarded by the Scholarships Committee,...
The Banee of Oliver Association has established an annual award of $1,000 for a student pursuing a program of studies in winemaking or viticulture at the Penticton Campus of Okanagan College, with a career goal of employment in the wine industry in British Columbia. The...
This award, named in honour of NIC President Emeritus Dr. M. Neil Murphy, is an entrance scholarship available for any full-time credit program offered by North Island College. The recipient must have demonstrated proof of outstanding academic achievement. The scholarship will be awarded for the...
This award is available to a mature rural student with a demonstrated financial need. The student must be in their second or further semester of full-time or part-time studies at North Island College. A major determining factor will be the distance between the applicant's permanent...
Award Criteria: full-time UT student with high academic achievement in history major in history and/or intends to pursue further studies in history at university
The award is made to a student, either graduate or undergraduate, in the Department of German Studies with preference given to a mature student.
A scholarship of $500 is offered to the highest ranking student in first year of the B.Sc. (Food, Nutrition & Health) program, majoring in Nutritional Sciences or Food & Nutritional Sciences joint major, and proceeding to the next year.
A $400 prize has been endowed through a bequest by Mary Amelia Thomson for a student in Early Childhood Education. Preference is given to those studying the role of education and peace in the lives of young children. The award is made on the recommendation...
Scholarships totalling $3,200 have been endowed by alumni and friends of the Faculty of Dentistry for undergraduate students in the Faculty. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry to a student entering fourth year. Consideration is given not only to academic performance, but also to demonstrated leadership.
Scholarships totalling $6,900 are made on the recommendation of the Department of Civil Engineering.
The award is offered to an undergraduate student in Civil Engineering who participates and provides leadership in intramurals or in the Engineering Undergraduate Society and is made on the recommendation of the Department of Civil Engineering.
The scholarship is awarded to a male Dalhousie engineering student who was born in Nova Scotia and attended schools in Nova Scotia. The successful candidate will be among those who have fulfilled the requirements for promotion from Year II to Year III in the Dalhousie...
The late Dr. Ira P. MacNab, an alumnus of the University, provided funds for an annual award to be presented to the student graduating in Mechanical Engineering with the highest overall average in a programme of studies at Dalhousie. The award is $75.
Criteria: -Enrolled in a full-time program at a recognized university, college or technical institute -Direct dependent of a current or past SAFA member
Criteria: -Financial need -Currently completing the program
Criteria: -Second semester -Academic achievement (minimum GPA 3.7)
Conditions: To be awarded in even-numbered years to a student with superior academic achievement entering the fourth year of studies in the Bachelor of Education or the Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Science degree programs. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing.