The award is offered to a graduate student in any field of Humanities and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Value $1000. Awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Dean of Engineering and Design, to an outstanding student proceeding from Third to Fourth year of an Engineering program.
An annual $500 award to a student enrolled in the Bachelor of Education (After Degree) program. The recipient must be an active Lutheran church member who demonstrates leadership abilities and has made a significant contribution to campus life, the church and/or the community. The recipient...
Donated by Mr. Sub, a scholarship valued at $500 awarded to a full-time student in 2nd or 3rd year of the Commerce program, who has met the minimum academic standing with the University and demonstrated community volunteer involvement. Application for In-Course Awards required.
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.
Provided by the Jean Rich Foundation. Awarded annually to a Canadian student of good academic standing who requires financial assistance, has completed one or more years in the Food Science Major, and has demonstrated interest in proceeding to a career in the food industry. Value:...
To be awarded to a student registered in a program in English who, in the judgment of the Department of English and Cultural Studies, has submitted an original literary work or poem that demonstrates the highest degree of literary excellence.
Established in 1966 by bequest of William L. Somerville, architect of the McMaster University buildings of 1930. Value: $800
Award Criteria: student who provides peer tutoring
Scholarships totalling $6,000 are awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate Studies in consultation with the Department of Metals and Materials Engineering, to a graduate student in the Department who has demonstrated a high level of scholastic and research proficiency.
The award is offered to a student in the Faculty of Medicine, with preference to a mature student.
Bursaries totalling $1,125 have been endowed in honour of Rhoda and Al Boggie (B.A.1950, M.D.1954) for students entering the first year of the M.D. Program who graduated from secondary schools located outside the Greater Vancouver Regional District or the Capital Region District.
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...
The award is offered to an undergraduate student entering the final year of study in Social Work. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Social Work and Family Studies.
The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Nursing to a registered nurse enrolled in the B.S.N. program. The candidate will combine academic ability with a satisfactory employment record. In making the award, financial need is a consideration.
This scholarship is available to a student who has attained a high standard of academic achievement and who has completed a minimum of one year in undergraduate programme. Application not required.
This $1000 scholarship is awarded to a third year Bachelor of Community Design student entering their fourth Honours year, with a focus of pursuing landscape architecture. The recipient must have high academic standing. The scholarship is awarded in September. No application is required.
Criteria: -Graduating from a technology program in engineering, geology or geophysics at SAIT and immediately entering an engineering, geology or geophysics program at an Alberta university -Exceptional academic achievement -Canadian citizen or landed immigrant Process: This award cannot be deferred. Include a copy of your...
Criteria: -One award for a student who has completed fifth and sixth semesters -Two awards for completion of the program -Preference given to applicants who have completed the Drilling option -Highest GPA -Financial need
Criteria: -Highest marks in Hydraulics Theory and Lab -Canadian citizen -Preference given to Alberta resident
AVAILABLE TO: These awards will be presented annually to two full-time students in the UCFV Nursing program who have completed, in one case their first and in the other their third year of studies, with outstanding clinical performance. STIPULATIONS: Academic standing and financial need may...