The award will be given to a student achieving excellence in the study of electronic records. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Who Can Apply College students currently enrolled in a one-year (minimum ten months) culinary certificate program Applicants must not have received any other Canadian Hospitality Foundation scholarships Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents
Who Can Apply College students in the first year of a minimum two-year culinary diploma program Applicants must not have received any other Canadian Hospitality Foundation scholarships Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents
CMU annually grants four Leadership Entrance Scholarships of $4,000 to students who demonstrate significant leadership ability, academic excellence, personal character, service and vision. These scholarships are available to full-time students entering CMU main campus who have completed high school within the previous five years, and...
Canadian citizens and permanent residents only. Application required, including additional documentation. Only students with an average of 90% and above should apply
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.
Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of English to the winner of the Shakespeare Gold Medal. Value: $3,000.
To be awarded to a part-time student who attains the highest standing in ENGLISH 2G06 or 2I06. Value: $100 for books
Award Criteria: enrolled in the Forest Resource Technology program or in courses which will lead to a diploma or degree from another institution in outdoor studies (ie biology, conservation, etc.) enrolled full-time
A $600 bursary, the gift of the Judges of the Provincial Court of British Columbia, is awarded to a student in the Faculty of Law. The award is made by the University to students needing financial assistance.
It is awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Curriculum Studies, to an outstanding student in Music Education, in the Faculty of Education.
The award is made to a student in Economics and is open to both graduate and undergraduate students.
It is awarded to a student entering the final year of the B.S.W. program on the recommendation of the School of Social Work and Family Studies.
A $2,700 scholarship is awarded to a student in the School of Nursing. The award is made on the recommendation of the School and, in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
One or more scholarships for graduate students possessing high academic standing and a special aptitude for research and wishing to undertake postgraduate work in the field of British Columbian history.
Preference given to candidate: -From Cactus Country, Newell, 40 Mile and Taber. -Leadership in 4-H -Participation in 4-H activities -Contribution to community -Academic performance -Financial need
Criteria: -Based on financial need -First, second or third semester or first, second or third period of an apprenticeship program -In the event of a tie volunteerism within the SAIT community will determine recipient
Criteria: -Excellence in Dental Specialties I and II
Criteria: -First period -Academic achievement -Financial need -Leadership through community involvement -Preference given to residents of Southern Alberta (Red Deer South)
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a continuing or graduating student with superior academic achievement in MARK 470 (Selling and Sales Management) during the previous academic year. Recipient will be the student with superior academic standing in MARK 470. The student's academic record must otherwise...
Conditions: To be awarded annually to the third year student with the highest average mark in all courses in Prosthetic Dentistry.