-Highest mark in Theory of Structures (Basic) ARCH-245
Bursaries are non-repayable awards offered to students who demonstrate financial need. These awards are valued at $600 to $1,000 each. Eligibility is based on financial need. Laurentian University Entrance Bursary Application required.
1 award, $500; available to current Parksville/Qualicum Campus ABE students or residents of School District #69, who will be enrolling in full-time post-secondary studies in the fall semester at any campus of Malaspina University-College. Financial need will be considered, as well as academic performance (current...
1 award, $75; available to top students in theory in the Culinary Arts program at the Powell River Campus. No application necessary. Funds issued in June.
Value: $500. Recipient: a full-time student entering the 2nd year of a Bachelor of Arts or Science (having successfully completed a min. 30 and max. 60 credits) in a program taught in French. In alternating years, the award will be given to a student enrolled...
Established by the Laurentian Association of Mature and Part-time Students 'LAMPS' and the friends and colleagues of the late Heather Darroch, former President and active member of the association, who passed away in 1988. Value: $500 (one 6-credit course) or $250 (one 3-credit course). Recipient:...
Established in 1981 by Dr. and Mrs. Hirsh Rosenfeld in honour of Professor Muriel Roscoe. Awarded to a graduating student of high academic merit in Biology on the recommendation of the Department of Biology. Value: $400.
Established in 1998 through a generous gift from John Dobson, B.Com. 1949, LL.D. 1996, in honour of the induction of Murray Hayes, B.Com. 1949, into the McGill Sports Hall of Fame. These awards are to recognize students who demonstrate exceptional athletic ability. Awarded by the...
To be awarded to any student entering a Level II, III or IV program in the Faculty of Business who, in the judgment of the Faculty, demonstrates outstanding academic achievement.
This entrance bursary is available to a student from the Comox Valley enrolling in any credit program at North Island College on a full-time basis with a demonstrated financial need.
A $550 prize has been endowed by Dr. Raymond A. Pederson for the physiology graduate student who gives the best presentation at the Annual Physiology Research Day. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Physiology.
$1,500 scholarship is offered by Sony of Canada Ltd. The award is offered to third year undergraduate students taking Electrical and Computer Engineering and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Applied Science.
Scholarships totalling $8,100 are made to one or more students specializing in courses in electronics or related fields, on the recommendations of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
A $1,000 scholarship is offered by Paul Moritz for a student, either graduate or undergraduate, in the School of Music whose main focus of study is the oboe, French horn or cello. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Music and,...
The British Columbia Society of Landscape Architects provides an $1,000 award to a student entering second year in the Landscape Architecture program who, in the opinion of the faculty, demonstrates excellence in small scale landscape design. The award is made on the recommendation of the...
The award is given to a Canadian student who has earned a Bachelor of Environmental Design Studies degree and is entering the MArch programme. The recipient must be active in student life, extra-curricular and community activities; demonstrate potential to contribute to the architecture profession; and...
Criteria: -Sixth semester -Academic performance -Financial need -Preference to women or individuals who are of Aboriginal descent
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement (not necessarily outstanding) -Interest in activities which contribute to the SAIT community -One award - Preference given to an Aboriginal applicant who meets the criteria
Criteria: -Third period -Academic achievement (at least a 75% average)
AVAILABLE TO: Students enrolled in the UCFV Business Administration degree program. STIPULATIONS: -student must exhibit high academic standing -the recipient should also demonstrate community involvement, and leadership skills.
AVAILABLE TO: UCFV students currently enrolled in full-time or part-time post-secondary studies with dependent children who require childcare. CRITERIA: -Applicants must demonstrate genuine financial need. Receipts for childcare costs must be submitted with the application to be considered for the bursary.