AVAILABLE TO: Full-time UCFV students enrolled in a minimum of 3 courses, who reside in the Chilliwack, Agassiz, Harrison or Hope area.
-Enrolled in a program, which can lead to a certificate, diploma or degree.
-Must identify vocational or academic goals.
-Students who, along with their families, where possible, are contributing towards their educational costs.
-Applicants must demonstrate genuine financial need.
-Must show satisfactory academic achievement or potential for satisfactory achievement (2.0 GPA or better).
-Must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.
The Industrial Innovation Scholarships (IIS) Program, offered jointly by NSERC and the Fonds québécois de la recherche sur la nature et les technologies (FQRNT), offers financial assistance to students enrolled in a master's or doctoral program and interested in undertaking research in natural sciences and...
Donated by the faculty and staff of the Department of History. Value: $500. Recipient: a full-time student entering any year of the History program, on the basis of financial need, good academic standing and Ontario residency as defined by OSAP. Application required.
Awarded annually to the student achieving the highest aggregate average in the final year of the B.Sc.(F.Sc.). Value: $1,200.
Awarded to an Engineering student in good academic standing who makes a contribution to the educational process beyond the classroom. Value: $900.
Established in 2001 by Professor Taras Gabora, and friends, in memory of Gaelyne Gabora, gifted musician and leading interpreter of art song, for undergraduate students in the vocal program in the Schulich School of Music. Awarded by the Schulich School of Music Scholarships Committee on...
Established in 1999 through a generous gift by the late Grace (Read) Irving, B.A. 1937, to recognize academic achievement. Awarded by the University Committee on Scholarships and Student Aid to distinguished students entering the Faculty of Arts. Renewable provided the holder maintains an academic standing...
To be awarded to the student enrolled in a program in Classics who, in the judgment of the Department of Classics, demonstrates outstanding achievement in Greek or Latin.
To be awarded to an undergraduate student who has completed Level II in a French program and, in the judgment of the Department of French, has achieved notable academic standing.
One or more scholarships totalling $4,300 have been endowed by the late Christopher Riley. The award is made to a graduate or undergraduate student in Geological Sciences or Geological Engineering on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Geological Sciences. The awards is...
Bursaries totalling $900 are given to mature women students registered in first or second year law.
Bursaries totalling $1,800 are made to promising students proceeding to second or third year Law.
These fellowships are available to graduate students majoring in transportation and logistics in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration. Stipends can be as much as $9,000. These awards are designed to encourage well qualified students to major in transportation. Students wishing to be considered...
Scholarships totalling $5,900 are made to students in the Faculty of Arts.
A bequest from the late Donald S. McPhee funds fellowships totalling $20,620.00 for students pursuing graduate programs in forestry.
One award annually for graduate students in any department who intend to pursue an academic research career specializing in developmental biology and/or cell biology. Currently this would include students in the departments of Biological Sciences, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry in the Faculty of Science and...
Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to full-time undergraduate or graduate students in the Department of Women's Studies.
This award of $1,000 was established by the St. John's Newfoundland Alumni Branch to a student registered in Year 4 in Architecture and Planning, Computer Science, or Engineering. The scholarship is awarded primarily on the basis of the applicant's academic record (first class mandatory) with...
The late Dr. Ira P. MacNab, an alumnus of the University, provided funds for an annual award to be presented to the student graduating in Mechanical Engineering with the highest overall average in a programme of studies at Dalhousie. The award is $75.
Criteria: -Third semester -Successfully completed first year in the top 25% of the class
Conditions: Awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering the first year of the BSc Nutrition and Food Science program. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement and leadership qualities as demonstrated by service and community involvement.