Eligibility and Conditions:
-The scholarships are open to matriculants from Nova Scotia high schools. Schools in Queen's County may nominate more than one candidate (Liverpool Regional and North Queen's Rural High Schools); however, each high school in Nova Scotia outside the preferred areas may recommend one student for consideration.
-Students must have a minimum Admissions Average of 80% to the first year of an undergraduate program as of March 15.
-Awards will be made on the basis of financial need, academic standing and character.
-Candidates will be screened for both the Lockward and entrance awards. A student may not hold a Lockward and a Dalhousie Entrance Renewable Scholarship. A student may, however, hold a Lockward and Dalhousie Entrance Scholarship (non'renewable).
-Recipients of Lockward Memorial Scholarships must begin full time studies at Dalhousie in the academic year following the date of notification of their awards.
-The renewable scholarships are tenable for the duration of an undergraduate programme or a maximum of four years (whichever comes first) based on a 2.7 SGPA over 30 credit hours.
Value $1,000. Awarded annually, when merited, to a full-time student proceeding from one year to another of an undergraduate program. A committee determined by the Awards Office and the Department of Recreation and Athletics will select the recipient. The selection will be made on the...
Established by her daughter to honour the memory of the late Mrs. Dominga de la Riva, an outstanding mother, admired and cherished for her ability to reflect warmth and friendship to all she knew. She was born in Spain and raised two children through the...
1 award, $1,000; for academic achievement and proficiency in the field; available to returning second-year Forest Resources Technology students. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
Established in 2001 by Karin Hilker in honour of her late husband, along with friends of Dr. Brian C. Smith, M.Sc. 1979. Dr. Smith came to McGill as a post-graduate fellow in the Physics Department, having completed his Ph.D. in theoretical nuclear physics at McMaster...
To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I in a program in Kinesiology and who, in the judgment of the Department of Kinesiology, demonstrates academic excellence and outstanding athletic ability. The award is renewable for up to three years provided the recipient...
To be awarded to descendants of members of Her Majesty's Canadian Armed Forces on the basis of Sessional Average. Students should submit an application to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Sessional Average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating session.
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.
These College-wide entrance bursaries, provided by the NIC Foundation, are available to full-time students enrolling in any program at North Island College. The recipient must demonstrate financial need.
Award Criteria: Aboriginal student enrolled in the Power Engineering and Gas Processing program positive attitude above average attendance grades of C+ or better preference to students residing in the Peace River region
The awards are offered to students in Commerce and Business Administration who are taking the Urban Land Economics Graduate program, have high academic standing and are deserving of financial aid. The awards are made on the recommendation of the faculty.
The scholarship is offered to an undergraduate student in the brass performance program, with preference given to a student studying French Horn. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Music.
A $1,000 scholarship has been endowed by the Chinese Canadian Medical Society Foundation for a student in the Faculty of Medicine. Preference is given to a student with an interest in cross-cultural medicine. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine.
A $200 scholarship is awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems to a student who has completed at least one year in the Faculty and is proceeding to a higher year in the Faculty.
A $1,000 scholarship is offered by the Transportation Association of Canada Foundation to a student entering the first year of Engineering. The scholarship is intended to encourage students to consider a career in the transportation field. The award is made on the recommendation of the...
Scholarships and fellowships of $8,500 are offered to students undertaking Summer Research Projects in the Faculty of Medicine.
Offered by Glendon alumni to a first year student, resident of Ontario, with high academic standing. Eligibility: -are entering Glendon as new students -demonstrate high academic achievement -demonstrate community involvement, leadership and volunteerism
Criteria: -Academic achievement - minimum GPA 2.50 based on the successful completion of the three mandatory courses as follows: LIBR-235, LIBR-200 and MGMT-203 -Financial need -Preference given to a student who is currently working or has volunteered in a public library
Criteria: -Third semester -Interest in gaining a helicopter maintenance specialty Personifies the student life of Vaughn Killeen, with the following qualities: -Group leadership -Genuine willingness to help and work collaboratively with others in the classroom -Academic achievement -Financial need
Conditions: Awarded to a part-time or full-time student with superior academic achievement entering any year of an undergraduate degree program in the School of Business. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement and demonstrated financial need.