The Gold ($2,500), Silver ($2,000) and Bronze ($1,500) awards recognize the academic achievements of the top three students who are entering 2nd, 3rd, and 4th years of study.
To be eligible, students must be enrolled in a computer science major 20 credit programme (BCS or BSc) with at least 2.0 credits per term in the student's two academic terms prior to the award assessment; have completed at least five credits per year of study towards their computer science degree (incl. transfer credits), have completed all applicable CSCI Core Courses required that year and must have at least one academic term of 2.0 credits or more to complete for their computer science degree. All eligible students are automatically considered for these awards which are based solely on cumulative GPA. Students are assessed following the winter term.
Value: $500/ea. Recipient: one student in each of Sciences/Engineering, Arts (Humanities or Social Sciences), Professional Schools and Management. Based on academic standing (min. 80%) in an Ontario secondary school (in six OACs or U/M courses) and financial need. Laurentian University Application for Entrance Awards required.
1 award, $250; for high achievement upon graduation from the Culinary Arts program. Students must be planning to enter the BC Apprenticeship program. No application necessary. Funds issued at graduation.
1 award, $1,000; available to 1st year Engineering students progressing to 2nd year at Malaspina University-College. To benefit a student who demonstrates strong academic credentials and shows good character, motivation to serve and succeed and commitment to the community, evidenced through leadership in school, civic...
1 award, $250; available to full or part-time students enrolled in a university degree program who intend to complete a degree in Journalism, English or Creative Writing at Malaspina or another Canadian university. Applicants must demonstrate potential for success through traits such as ability to...
Established in 1994 by John H. McCall MacBain, B.A. 1980. John MacBain was President of the McGill Students' Society and a Rhodes Scholar. Renewable entrance awards are offered annually to outstanding students entering a program in the Faculty of Arts on the basis of academic...
To be awarded to a student enrolled in an Honours Bachelor of Science program who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Science, has demonstrated outstanding academic performance.
This award is available to a student in the Culinary Arts program at North Island College's Campbell River Campus. The student can be attending on a full-time or part-time basis and must have a demonstrated financial need.
Award Criteria: FSJ student studying creative writing demonstrates academic excellence
Bursaries totalling $225 have been endowed by Dr. Delfa Syeklocha, Professor Emerita at the University of British Columbia, for students in Biological Sciences.
The bursary is offered to a fourth year student in Pharmaceutical Sciences.
A scholarship of $1,700 has been endowed for students in the second or higher year of Mining and Mineral Process Engineering or Geological Engineering by Westmin Resources Limited. This award is made on the basis of both scholarship and demonstrated interest in the mining industry,...
A $1,000 scholarship is for undergraduate or graduate students studying English language and literature. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of English and, in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
This scholarship is awarded to a student who has completed, with high academic standing, his or her second year of study in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, and is entering the final year of either the Accounting or MIS option. The successful applicant...
The award is made on the recommendation of the School to a student entering second year of any program in the School, who has demonstrated academic ability and shown promise of professional achievement.
Recipients are full time students in any Simon Fraser University graduate program. Awards are made on the basis of academic merit; the normal minimum criterion for eligibility is a 3.5 CGPA. These are one semester awards valued at $6,000. Students may apply in an annual...
Criteria: -Fourth period graduating -Superior attitude -Superior application of skills
Criteria: -Third semester -Superior academic achievement in first and second semesters and prerequisite courses specializing in the study of corrosion (CHEM-240, prerequisite for ENVS-348) -Must be a NACE member (apply online at www.nace.org)
Criteria: -First period -Academic achievement -Financial need -Leadership through community involvement -Preference given to residents of Southern Alberta (Red Deer South)
Criteria: -Second period including WATS -Academic performance -Attendance -On-the-job verification