This award of $200US and engraved plaque is presented to a 2nd year student who has the highest grade in Pharmacy 2070 (Skills Lab II).
Value $1000. Awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Faculty members of the Music program, to an outstanding full-time student proceeding from one year to another of the Music program. Established in 1998 by the Canadian Federation of University Women/Ottawa in memory of Helen Nininger,...
1 award, $1,500; available to an outstanding third year student in Fisheries & Aquaculture who is going on to graduate studies in Fisheries; based on student's third year of study, and as recommended by faculty. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for...
Established in 1992 by the University to provide awards based on academic achievement to students in the top 5% of the School. Granted by the Schulich School of Music Scholarships Committee to equalize the value of awards to students of comparable standing. Awards range in...
To be awarded to a student who attains high standing in CIV ENG 3S03 and who, in the judgment of the Department of Civil Engineering, has an interest in steel structure research.
To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours program in Religious Studies and who attains the highest Sessional Average.
Two prizes to be awarded to the graduating students, one first degree and one second degree, who successfully completes SOC WORK 4DD6 and attains the highest grade in SOC WORK 4D06 in the same session.
To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in French and who, in the judgment of the Department of French, has achieved notable academic standing.
This award, named in honour of NIC President Emeritus Dr. M. Neil Murphy, is an entrance scholarship available for any full-time credit program offered by North Island College. The recipient must have demonstrated proof of outstanding academic achievement. The scholarship will be awarded for the...
Award Criteria: First Nations student studying at the Fort Nelson campus good academic record commitment to the First Nations Community
Award Criteria: Dawson Creek student enrolled in a regular College program has a recognized disability disability is noted by instructor who identifies particular way award will assist the student
A $300 prize is awarded to a second year student who achieves high academic achievement in the course of Real Estate Transactions (Law 455). It is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law.
The prize is awarded to the student obtaining the highest standing in Commerce 450 (Financial Accounting) and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration.
The award is offered to a student specializing in Anthropology and is made on the recommendation of the Department of Anthropology and Sociology and, in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Students with an admission average of 90 to 94% will receive this scholarship.
One bursary for a graduate student in English.
Criteria: -Third semester -Attitude -Aptitude -Academic achievement
Conditions: To be awarded annually to students with superior academic achievement entering the first year of an undergraduate program in Music. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic standing and musical potential. Financial need may be taken into consideration.
Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering the third or fourth year of study for a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Food Science, who is enrolled in the Integrated Dietetic Internship Program. Selection based on academic standing.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to students with satisfactory academic standing entering each of the second, third, and fourth years of the BSc Forestry program or the BSc Forest Business Management program. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic standing with preference given...
Conditions: To be awarded annually to the Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident who obtains the highest standing in all the prescribed courses of first year geology.