-Attitude and aptitude
Awarded to a first year student entering Business Administration studies or first year studies at Brandon University.
1 award, $250; available to full-time first-year students in the Visual Arts Diploma program who will be returning for second year and who attended high school in Nanaimo; for academic achievement and promise in the field. No application necessary. Funds issued in April.
Established in 2006 through a bequest by Mary Coppin, B.A. 1937. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee on the basis of academic standing to a student who has completed at least one year in an undergraduate degree program. Estimated value: $3,000 each.
Established by his relatives, colleagues and friends in memory of the late Professor Jules W. Stachiewicz, Chairman of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. To be awarded annually to a graduating student who has shown exceptional qualities of leadership, dedication and engineering promise in the design...
Established in 1921 by the University and by friends, graduates and students of the Faculty of Music. Estimated value: $1,500.
To be awarded to a student entering Level IV of the Civil Engineering program who, in the judgment of the Department of Civil Engineering, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and knowledge of concrete technology.
To be awarded to a graduand of an Honours program in French who, in the judgment of the Department of French, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in the French component of the program.
The Canadian Federation of University Women - Penticton provides two annual awards of up to $750 each to assist mature female students who are entering the first year of full-time study in a university transfer, degree or diploma program at the Penticton Campus of Okanagan...
A $600 prize is awarded to a student in the second or third year of the Physical Education option of the B.H.K. degree program with general academic proficiency, who has demonstrated expertise and leadership in the field of coaching.
A $1,000 scholarship is offered through the law firm of Stikeman Elliott to a student in the LL.B. program who achieves high academic standing. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Department to an outstanding student entering second year Chemical Engineering.
Bursaries will be available annually in the fall semester to undergraduate or graduate Aboriginal students (First Nations, status or non-status, Metis or Inuit) who permanently reside in British Columbia. Awards will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.
Applicants that have been a past or present 4-H member in the East Central Region for a minimum of 3 years. Award based on 4-H Involvement, school and community participation and Leadership skills. There can be repeat winners from year to year.
This bursary of $500 is awarded to a pharmacy student entering third- or fourth- year classes who demonstrates financial need. Apply to the College of Pharmacy.
Criteria: -Trojan women's hockey player -Enrolled in diploma or certificate program -Minimum GPA 2.00 -Demonstrated athletic excellence -Attendance at all training sessions and practices -Demonstrated determination, enthusiasm and love of the game of hockey
Criteria: -Third semester -Superior academic achievement from first and second semesters and prerequisite courses specializing in the study of corrosion: CHEM-221, CHEM-231 -Must be a NACE member (apply online at www.nace.org)
Criteria: -First semester -Academic achievement based on high school pre-requisite marks
Criteria: -Highest marks in Power Train Theory Lab
AVAILABLE TO: Criminology or Criminal Justice students. STIPULATIONS: -Applicants must be continuing students enrolled in three or more courses in the UCFV Criminology/Criminal Justice program. (UCFV will confirm enrollment before funds are released) -Recipients must be a Canadian citizen or a landed immigrant. -A GPA...
Conditions: Awarded annually for academic excellence to a student majoring in Religious Studies in a second, third or fourth year program at the University of Alberta.