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An endowment established by the BCIT Alumni Association provides awards for applicants who are coming to BCIT after taking one or more years since secondary school for activities such as work or attending another post-secondary institution.
Selection is based on academic standing in secondary school and/ or post-secondary studies. Other factors may be taken into consideration such as participation in school activities, community involvement and demonstrated leadership qualities.
This award honours Leo Neufeld, the former head of the Mathematics Department at Camosun College for more than 25 years. It is presented annually to a Camosun College Mathematics student for outstanding achievement in Mathematics, particularly linear algebra.
An annual $500 award to a student enrolled in a church work program. The recipient must display academic promise and demonstrate financial need.
1 award, $300; for academic achievement and financial need; available to mature female students who are members of a visible minority returning to studies at Malaspina University-College. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by April 30. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the...
1 award, $300; for continuing students in Human Services programs, who demonstrate exceptional commitment to community involvement, community service, and leadership qualities and skills. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
Established in 1979 in memory of the late Hilda Diana Oakeley, first Warden of Royal Victoria College. Awarded to a distinguished student with preference to women. Value: $2,000.
Established by the family in memory of Jean M. Gwynne, B.A. 1927. Two awards, one for Elementary Education and one for Secondary Education, granted by a selection committee established by the Faculty of Education to students who have shown outstanding potential as teachers on the...
To a second year student in Mechanical Engineering with a good academic record who needs financial assistance. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department. Value: $350.
Established in memory of Harry Pearce, a paraplegic for 6 years, in recognition of four devoted McGill engineering students who designed and constructed an elevator to enable Mr. Pearce to have access to the outside world. Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering Scholarships Committee on...
To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units and who, in the judgment of the Department of History, attains notable standing in an Honours program in History. Value: $175 for books
A scholarship of $1,500 has been offered by the Universal Buddhist Temple to an outstanding graduate student in Buddhist studies. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Asian Studies.
A scholarship of $750, the gift of the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia, is awarded to the student obtaining the highest standing in the examinations of third year Pharmaceutical Sciences and who is proceeding to the fourth year.
A $1,200 award has been endowed in memory of Brian Graham for a third or fourth year undergraduate student majoring in Mechanical Engineering in the Faculty of Applied Science. Candidates must have achieved a minimum 75% average in their most recent academic year and participated...
The scholarship is awarded to a student enrolled in Music Education who best combines musicianship with an ability to communicate the spirit of music to others. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
Eligibility: -High school student -Submit the best 500-word essay nominating their favourite chemical
One prize is awarded to the top graduate student in computing science from income earned from the Graduate Prize in Computing Science endowment fund.
One award for a graduate student in French.
Criteria: -Second semester of a certificate or fourth semester of a diploma program -Academic achievement from previous semesters -Must be a proven asset to the program
The Scholastic Distinction Scholarship Competition is open to entrance, transfer, and continuing U of A undergraduate students. Scholarships are awarded based on -Grades 10, 11, and 12 award averages -Completed and in-progress postsecondary grades -Academic reference -Student essay