A gift from the Dowling Horseshoe Club in recognition of the financial needs of students. The Club, founded in 1969, provided residents with an enjoyable competitive setting and contributed to the social fabric of the Dowling community for over 25 years. Value: $1,200. Recipient: a...
1 award, $700; for academic achievement, available to first year students with a disability, enrolling in a full-time course load. Financial need will also be considered. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by January 15. Funds issued in March.
Established in 1994 by Joy Harvie Maclaren, a 1944 Macdonald dietetics graduate, in recognition of the 50th anniversary of her graduation and in honour of her late father. Eric Harvie was made Honorary Chief Old Sun by the Blackfoot Tribe of Alberta in recognition of...
Established in 1986 by friends of Senator Lazarus Phillips in honour of his 90th birthday and awarded to a student for excellence in the Honours or Major program. Awarded on the recommendation of the Art History Department. Value: $1,000.
Established in memory of the late Miss Ethel Hurlbatt, a former Warden of the Royal Victoria College. Awarded to a distinguished woman student in the Faculty of Engineering including Architecture. Value: $2,000.
Awarded to a student in the B.Com. program completing the Second year and proceeding to the final year and planning to continue studies with a practising firm of chartered accountants. The winner must have high standing in the Second year examinations and outstanding academic record,...
One or two scholarships to be awarded to Canadian citizens who have completed Level I and an additional 37 - 50 units of a program in Civil Engineering. Awards are based on scholarship and evidence of practical engineering experience and background.
This award, created in memory of Susan Diana Crossley and her love of children, is available to a full-time or part-time student who has completed the first year of the Early Childhood Care and Education Diploma program at the Comox Valley Campus. Preference will be...
Award Criteria: FSJ student enrolled in full-time ABE or UT courses financial need dedication to studies preference will be given to students continuing on in a health care related field
The awards are offered to students in second, third or fourth year Medicine, with preference given to students with demonstrated interest in women's health. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine.
Bursaries totalling $1,000 are offered to a student who has completed one or more years in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program in the Faculty of Health and Social Development at The University of British Columbia Okanagan.
Prizes totalling $650 are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education, with preference to women who have achieved academic excellence as well as career success in the technology field.
A book prize valued at $125 has been endowed to a second or third year student in the School of Architecture who has completed, with good grades, two or more of the School's current course offerings in the field of building structures and who has...
Scholarships totalling $2,500 have been endowed by Edythe Webster for students in the Master of Library and Information Studies program. The awards are made on the recommendation of the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
This $1,000 bursary will be awarded to a CAFP student member who best represents the qualities that Don McPhie brought to the association and industry. The recipient will be a well-rounded student, who demonstrates a strong commitment to the association and to their chosen field....
Eligible students are Nova Scotia students registered in the senior year of Civil Engineering. Basis is academic achievement, leadership ability and qualities of personality and character. Application required. Deadline: September 30.
Criteria: -Academic achievement -Skill development -Commitment to baking during training at SAIT
Criteria: -Financial need -Striving for excellence in food purchasing courses -Initiative -Hard-working attitude -Alberta resident -Canadian citizen
Criteria: -Second or third period -Academic achievement (average mark of 80% or better) -Program involvement -Financial need -Canadian citizen -Alberta resident
Conditions: To be awarded annually to the student with the highest academic standing completing second year in a BSc program meeting AIA eligibility requirements.