These awards recognize the top three students entering year two and top two students entering third and fourth years. Award amounts are $2,500 for highest GPA, $2,000 for second highest and $1,500 for third highest (entering second year only).
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 $250. Awarded annually, when merited, on the recommendation of the Director of the School of Canadian Studies, to an outstanding student proceeding from Second to Third year of the Canadian Studies program.
Established by family, friends and faculty members in memory of the late Marc St-Laurent who, through perseverance and dedication, overcame his physical disability and went on to achieve academic success and to be a great inspiration to all who knew him. Value: $250. Recipient: a...
Two scholarships, established by the company in 1996 to recognize and encourage outstanding achievement. Awarded on the basis of distinguished academic standing to students having completed at least one year of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts. Awarded by the Faculty Scholarships...
Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of English to the winner of the Shakespeare Gold Medal. Value: $3,000.
Established in 2000 by Richter, a large independent accounting, business advisory and consulting firm for entrepreneurs. Awarded by the Faculty of Management Scholarships Committee to a full-time student in the B.Com program, who has completed at least 15 but not more than 30 credits of...
Established in 2005 by Elizabeth Taylor Rossinger, M.S.W. 1951, for an outstanding undergraduate student who has completed at least one year in the Bachelor of Music program. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing by the Schulich School of Music Scholarships Committee. Value: $2,000.
Presented upon graduation to a distinguished student for excellence and high academic standing. Preference given to women students. Value: $150.
To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of a program in Commerce and who attains the highest Sessional Average.
Nine scholarships to be awarded on the basis of Cumulative Averages to students who have completed Level I and an additional 58 - 75 units of Honours B.Sc. programs. Ordinarily, not more than one scholarship will be awarded in any one discipline.
To be awarded to the student who achieved the highest standing in ECON 3LL3.
Award Criteria: female student attending ABE classes on the Dawson Creek campus demonstrates a high commitment to her studies preference will be given to a student who has faced a particular challenge in order to return to school
The prize is awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Wood Science, Faculty of Forestry to the most outstanding graduating student in the Wood Products Processing Program.
It is awarded to a student with outstanding personal qualities who has achieved high rank in the first two years of the medical course.
The award is made to a student entering first year Medicine, on the recommendation of the Faculty. The financial circumstances of the candidate may be a factor. Preference is given to students of Chinese descent.
Through the generosity of the Fraser Valley Bar Association a bursary of $750 is awarded in the Faculty of Law. Students with good scholastic standing who have completed at least one year in Law, and who need financial assistance to continue their studies, are eligible....
A one semester award for a student pursuing a graduate degree in Archaeology who has completed at least one semester of their graduate program.
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement (minimum GPA 3.00) -Financial need
Criteria: -Third semester -Highest overall mark from second semester -Canadian citizen or permanent resident -In the event of a tie financial need will be considered
Criteria: -Highest marks in Hydraulics Theory and Lab -Canadian citizen -Preference given to Alberta resident
Conditions: Awarded to a student with satisfactory academic standing entering the first year of a BSc Agriculture degree program in the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Enviromental Sciences. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing and leadership qualities demonstrated by involvement in...