-Secondary school student seeking admission into the first year of the Kinesiology and Health Science undergraduate program
-High academic standing
-Record of extra-curricular involvement
-Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person, Ontario resident, demonstrated financial need
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.
1 award, $250; for high academic achievement, community involvement and participation in recreation and sports, available to continuing students in Tourism, Recreation or Physical Education programs. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by April 30. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall...
1 award, $500; for achievement and commitment to studies; available to students in any applied program, including Applied Business Technology. Based on recommendation of instructors and program area. No application necessary. Funds awarded at graduation.
Value: $200/ea. Recipients: full-time students who reside in Single Students' Residence and are entering any year of any program, on the basis of financial need and Ontario residency as defined by OSAP. Application required.
Established in 2000 by Andersen Consulting. Awarded by the Faculties of Engineering or Science to a student entering the final year in Electrical and Computer Engineering or the School of Computer Science (alternately). Awarded by the Faculty Scholarships Committees, upon recommendation of the respective departments,...
Established in 2005 by friends and colleagues of Robert Dubeau with matching funds from the University, the Martlet Foundation and the McGill Alumni Association. The award honours the exceptional leadership by Robert Dubeau during his tenure as Director of Athletics from 1976-2005. Awarded by the...
This award, created by the North Island College Faculty Association, is available to a student enrolled in any full-time credit program at North Island College. The student must have a demonstrated financial need and be an entering student.
The award is made to female students of good academic standing entering their third year with a major in English literature. Preference is given to Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents.
One scholarship of $2,000 is awarded to an undergraduate student in Commerce and Business Administration taking either the Real Estate or Finance Option.
A $490 bursary, the gift of the Victoria Home Economics and Dietetic Association, is awarded to a student whose home is in Victoria or on Vancouver Island and who is entering the second, third, or fourth year in the School of Family and Nutritional Sciences.
Bursaries totalling $3,200 are provided to assist students entering the second, third and fourth year of Pharmacy.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.
An $1,100 bursary has been endowed in memory of Moosa Essop Mia and Shera Tavaria Mia for third or fourth year students. Preference is given to students taking courses in Islam in the Department of Classical, Near Eastern & Religious Studies; students in Geological Sciences...
A $1,000 bursary is offered to forestry students.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Director of the Native Indian Teacher Education Program (NITEP) to a First Nations student who combines strong academic standing with participation in university and community affairs, and personal qualities of sensitivity, empathy, and humour, qualities for...
This prize of about $300 is awarded annually to an outstanding first-year student enrolled in English 1000 (Introduction to Literature) at Dalhousie University. Section instructors will normally make nominations, which shall consist of a letter from the instructor on why the student should receive the...
This bursary of $500 is awarded to a deserving student who demonstrates financial need and who has attained a satisfactory academic standing. Apply to the College of Pharmacy.
Criteria: -Second-year student who is best overall academically minimum 3.00 GPA -Aptitude - demonstrating high level of technical skills -Attitude - demonstrating exceptional patient care Process: You must submit a reference letter from your preceptor to your program coordinator
Criteria: -Third period -Academic achievement (at least a 75% average)
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student entering the third year of Specialization or Honors Geology on the basis of superior academic achievement.