One semester awards between $2,000 and $7,000 to students entering a new graduate program at Simon Fraser University. To be eligible, a student must show academic excellence and proof that he/she is being actively recruited by another university. Students must be nominated by their graduate program chair in their intended department to the dean of graduate studies.
An annual $500 award to a student enrolled in a church work program. The recipient must display academic promise and demonstrate financial need.
1 award, $500; available to Culinary Arts students continuing to the last level of the program, for professional promise, demonstrated culinary skills, scholastic work, financial need and extracurricular activities. Department nomination submitted in May of each year.
1 award, $750; for full-time students proceeding to fourth year in the Bachelor of Science in Fisheries & Aquaculture degree program, majoring in shellfish. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by April 30. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
Established to commemorate the late J.B. Woodyatt, Electrical Engineering, 1907, for students who have completed a minimum of one year in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Awarded on the basis of scholastic ability. Value: $2,000 each.
To be awarded to a graduating student with the highest grade in GEO 3P03 Value: $85 for books
To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in either ECON 3T03 (Economic Development: Agriculture and Population) or ECON 2F03 (Globalization and Economic Development) or, in exceptional circumstances, for work in a related...
Two scholarships to be awarded to students in the Faculty of Engineering who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Engineering, have demonstrated leadership and involvement in extracurricular activities and high academic achievement.
The award will be presented to an aboriginal woman enrolled full-time in College and Career Preparation or a post-secondary program at the Terrace Campus of Northwest Community College. The recipient must demonstrate goal orientation, leadership and commitment to the well being of aboriginal women and...
A $200 bursary has been endowed in memory of Norman Richard Ferguson by his wife, Connie M. Ferguson, for a student in Landscape Architecture or a student majoring in Botany.
The award is given to an undergraduate student entering the final year of Engineering and showing special interest in the design of structures for capture and use of solar energy. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Applied Science.
A $750 bursary is provided by the B.C. Council of Garden Clubs to a Canadian citizen enrolled in the final year of the Master of Landscape Architecture program and taking courses in horticulture.
A $275 bursary is offered to women teachers training specifically in the field of the instruction of children with learning disabilities.
A $500 bursary is offered to a student in Education.
The award is offered to an accompanist or vocal coach in the School of Music. It is made on the recommendation of the School of Music and in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
A $1,600 prize is awarded to an outstanding student in the School of Music who is majoring in piano. The award is made on the recommendation of the School.
Two scholarships of $2,800 each are offered to students in the Master of Social Work program, who have demonstrated skills in work with children and their families and whose stated purpose is to practice in the field of family and child welfare. The award is...
Eligibility: -Students entering the first term of the MArch (Post-Prof.) or MEDS programme in the School of Architecture or the first term of a graduate programme in the School of Planning. Basis of Award: -Applicants will be expected to have demonstrated, in the quality of...
Criteria: -Returning hockey players to Trojan Men's team -Team leadership -Community service -Acceptable athletic and academic performance
Criteria: -Enrolled in any one of the following fields of study: Earth Sciences, Engineering, Commerce, Economics -Financial need -Academic achievement
Conditions: To be awarded annually to an outstanding student entering the final year of the BFA Acting Program. Selection will be made by the BFA Acting Committee on the basis of high academic achievement in the core courses.