-Commitment to culinary excellence
Who Can Apply College students in the first year of a minimum two-year culinary diploma program Applicants must not have received any other Canadian Hospitality Foundation scholarships Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents
Value: $500/ea. Recipients: female students entering the 2nd and 3rd year respectively, on the basis of academic standing and financial need. Application for In-Course Awards required.
1 award, $500; for achievement and commitment to studies; available to students in the Applied Business Technology Program. Based on recommendation of instructors and program area. No application necessary. Funds issued at graduation.
Value: from $1,000 to $5,000. Recipient(s): full-time student(s) in any year of any undergraduate program. Recipient(s) must be residents of Northern Ontario, have demonstrated financial need and good academic standing, have shown sincere effort and commitment to their academic endeavours, and present a personal profile...
Value: $2,000. Recipient: a full-time student entering the 3rd year of Engineering who demonstrates financial need, shows leadership qualities and involvement in the City of Greater Sudbury, and is a resident of Ontario as defined by OSAP. Application required.
Value: up to $700. A varying number of bursaries are awarded annually to members (or their dependants) of the War Veterans (including non-members residing in the Branch 76 area), Ordinary or Associate Members or Ladies Auxiliary of the Legion Branch No. 76. Applicants must pursue...
Established in 1990 by the members of the Mame-loshn in honour of Sara Rosenfeld who devotes herself to the perpetuation of Yiddish language and culture. The prize is offered for excellence in Yiddish language and/or literature to a student in the Department of Jewish Studies....
Established in 2004 by E. Noel Spinelli, C.M. a devoted supporter of the Schulich School of Music and a lover of opera and vocal music. Awarded by the Schulich School of Music Scholarships Committee to an outstanding student in the Opera/Vocal area. Value: minimum $500.
Established in 1938 by a bequest from the late Dr. Annie Fantham in memory of Professor H.B. Fantham, her late husband. Available for award to a graduating student achieving high academic merit in a Zoologically oriented Biology program. Value: $900.
To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 29 - 45 units of an Honours program in Mathematical Sciences who attains the highest Sessional Average. Tenable in Levels III and IV provided that the recipient maintains satisfactory standing in...
(a) Two scholarships to be awarded on the basis of Sessional Average to students entering Level II of a Commerce program: (b) Four scholarships to be awarded on the basis of Sessional Average: two to students who have completed Level I and an additional 30...
Twenty scholarships to be awarded to part-time students who have attained the highest Cumulative Average at the most recent review.
The award is offered to a student in the Faculty of Medicine, with preference to a mature student.
CRITERIA -Secondary school student seeking admission into the first year of the Kinesiology and Health Science undergraduate program -High academic standing -Record of extra-curricular involvement -Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person, Ontario resident, demonstrated financial need
Applicants must have been a past or present 4-H member in the Stettler 4-H District, and must exhibit outstanding 4-H achievement and involvement in the district. They must have a grade average of 60% or higher in their final year of Highschool. Applicants may also...
Up to five scholarships, established by the Department of Industrial Engineering, in the amount of up to $2000, will be awarded to top-ranked students applying to Industrial Engineering. All students who are accepted for entry to the Industrial Engineering program, at the end of year...
Criteria: -Third semester -Ability and interest in the concrete industry
Criteria: -First or second period -Academic achievement -Financial need -Canadian citizen
AVAILABLE TO: A UCFV student who has completed the resident Care Attendant Program (one award for the Fall program and the other for the Winter program) STIPULATIONS: This award is presented to two students who have overcome significant challenges to successfully complete the program.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering third year of a program leading to a BSc in Human Ecology. Preference given to student whose home residence is Southern Alberta.