1. The applicant must be planning to attend the University College of the Fraser Valley as a full-time student (9 post-secondary credits or more per semester) in the academic year immediately following their Grade 12 graduation.
2. The applicant must have already submitted an application for admission to the University College of the Fraser Valley.
3. The applicant must have a high academic standing with an overall B average or 3.0 GPA in all Grade 12 courses (must include at least three Grade 12 provincially examinable courses).
4. The applicant must meet all entrance requirements and prerequisites for the UCFV program that they have applied to.
5. The applicant should have exhibited a high level of leadership, determination and effort. They should also have made significant contributions to school life and have participated actively in the community.
6. This award is not available to students who will be receiving another UCFV Entrance Scholarship for the same academic year.
An annual $500 award to a student preparing for a vocation in church ministry. The student must be an active member of a Lutheran Church-Canada congregation and a resident of Manitoba or Saskatchewan . The recipient must present a minimum GPA of 2.7, be registered...
1 award, $1,000; for high academic achievement and financial need. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by January 15. Funds issued in March.
1 award, $500; for financial need; available to students in first-year mathematics courses continuing with studies in math or science at Malaspina University-College.
Presented by the Wiegand Memorial Foundation Inc., in honour of the late William Dudley Woodhead, Hiram Mills Professor of Classics and Chairman of the Department from 1925-1950. Awarded to the student in Honours Greek and Latin of the intermediate or final year, who, in the...
Established by the l'Ordre des ingénieurs du Quebec for Quebec students finishing their penultimate year in Engineering. Applicants must submit a curriculum vitae, which should emphasize past and present activities in university and community affairs, and an essay not exceeding 500 words on the theme...
Established in 2001 in memory of Isaac Walton Killam of Nova Scotia by his Massachusetts sisters through their testamentary trusts for students entering undergraduate degree programs. While academic standing is of primary importance, account may also be taken of qualities of leadership in community and...
Established in 1992 by the Friends of McGill University, Inc. to honour Elizabeth B. McNab, B.A. 1941, for her long service to the Friends of McGill. Available for students entering any undergraduate degree program, with a preference to U.S. citizens. While academic standing is of...
Three scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed Level I and at least an additional 110 units of a program in Engineering and Management. Awards will be based on scholarship and on the quality of and creativity shown in written and oral reports.
Award Criteria: a developmental or physical disability financial need student under 25 given priority full-time students given priority can go to same student twice
In recognition of his contributions to the academic and scientific communities, the family and friends of Dr. Jacob Biely have established a scholarship of $500 to be awarded to a student in Poultry Science at the University of British Columbia. The award is made on...
Bursaries totalling $2,000 have been endowed by members of the Graduating Class of Medicine 1956 to assist students in the M.D. Program who are in need of Financial Assistance.
It is awarded to a British Columbia student with good standing at the University who is proceeding to the second, third or fourth year of the pre-veterinary program at the University. In making the award, consideration is given to the financial circumstances of eligible candidates.
A $2,100 scholarship was endowed in 1989 by Ralph and Elizabeth Cochran for a graduate forestry student. It is given on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
The prize is awarded to a student in the field of health sciences librarianship and is made on the recommendation of the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
One award to recognize a student pursuing an MBA or EMBA and whose thesis or MBA project addresses issues in business ethics.
Criteria: -Outstanding student in overall laboratory performance -Canadian citizen
Criteria: -Financial need -Striving for excellence in food purchasing courses -Initiative -Hard-working attitude -Alberta resident -Canadian citizen
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement who has the highest combined average in Accounting 322 (Managerial Information and Control Systems), Accounting 424 (Intermediate Managerial Control Concepts) and Accounting 426 (Advanced Managerial Control Concepts). This award is open to full-time...
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering the second or third year in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences majoring in Geology. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing. Preference will be given to someone...
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a full-time student entering fourth year of a BSc Honors or Specialization program on the basis of superior academic achievement (including Geology field schools) and participation in student activities.