-Canadian citizen or landed immigrant
-Southern Alberta resident
Who Can Apply College students in the first year of a minimum two-year diploma program University students in the first or second year of a degree program University students in the first-year of a 2+2 program (first two years completed in a community college) Applicants...
Valued at $250.00 and created in 2003 by the Francophone faculty members of the History Department, the prize is awarded, normally in April of each year, to a student enrolled in the History program having successfully completed at least 2 required History courses taught in...
Bequeathed by the late Miss Jeanie Forsyth, and awarded to a "worthy and needy" student of the graduating class who secures high standing in the subjects of Theory of Structures and Structural Design. Value: $500.
Endowed in 1989 by the late Clifford C.F. Wong, B.Arch. 1960, to recognize distinguished academic standing. Awarded by the Faculty of Science Scholarships Committee to a continuing student having completed at least one year in the Bachelor of Science program. Value: $1,500.
To be awarded to a student entering Level IV who has completed at least 12 units in subjects pertaining to Greek studies and who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Humanities, demonstrates outstanding academic achievement in Greek studies.
Two scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed at least Level II of a single Honours program in English or a Combined Honours English and History program who, in the judgment of the Departments, have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Students may not hold...
This award is available to a student entering the Home Support/Resident Care Attendant program at North Island College's Campbell River Campus. The recipient must have a demonstrated financial need and have successfully met the entrance requirements of the program.
Award Criteria: female student part-time or full-time studies financial need preference will be given to mature students who are in transition
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
Bursaries totalling $1,200 have been endowed by Kelly and Diane Gibney for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science.
A $4,000 bursary, offered by the Dr. Cam Coady Foundation to recognize personal and professional qualities of Dr. Coady, is available to a medical student.
The award of $1,300 is offered to a student entering first year Medicine at the University of British Columbia, with consideration not only of academic standing, but also of character, financial circumstances and the promise of success in a medical career.
Bursaries totalling $1,800 are made to promising students proceeding to second or third year Law.
The award is offered to a student in History and is made on the recommendation of the Department of History, and in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Bursaries totalling $3,050 have been endowed through a bequest by Henrietta Roy for undergraduate students in the primary education option of the Bachelor of Education (Elementary) program.
A book prize valued at $125 is made on the recommendation of a committee chaired by the Head of the Language Education Department in the Faculty of Education to the highest ranking student in the field of Secondary English (Methods and Practice Teaching).
The prize is awarded to a student in graduate studies in Anatomy involved in teaching and research or to a student in the post-baccalaureate program in Medicine or Dentistry who shows promise in teaching and research in Anatomy. The award is made on the recommendation...
SFU's Phi Theta Kappa International Summit Scholarships are valued at $3,500 (Canadian). Up to three of these scholarships are made available for each of the three admission terms (fall, spring, and summer), for Phi Theta Kappa members with a minimum 3.75 Grade Point Average. No...
This award valued at $500.00 is awarded to a full-time student graduating in Nuclear Medicine who has achieved the highest cumulative GPA for their discipline-specific courses.
AVAILABLE TO: The UCFV student with the highest GPA entering the second year of the Library and Information Technology program. CRITERIA: Student must have completed at least two LIBT courses.