Conditions: Awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering the first year of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry, and Home Economics at the University of Alberta. Recipients will be chosen on the basis of leadership qualities as demonstrated by involvement in extracurricular activities and community service and academic standing. Preference is given to students with a demonstrated financial need. Receipt of the funding for the second year is contingent upon the achieving a minimum GPA of 3.5 on a full normal course load in the Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry, and Home Economics.
Offered on a basis of high school marks and financial need.
1 award, $300; available to female First Nations Cowichan Campus ABE students who plan to continue studies at an accredited educational institution, in either ABE courses or at the post-secondary level; based on academic achievement and financial need. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a...
1 award, $500; for high GPA and excellent field application; available to first-year Forest Resources Technology students. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a tuition credit for the fall term.
2 awards, $250 each; for students enrolled in the Home Support Resident Care Attendant program at the Nanaimo Campus; based on demonstrated clinical and academic excellence, leadership and the recommendation of the department. No application necessary. Funds issued at graduation, (February and June)
1 award, $350; for students continuing in the Resource Management Officer Technology program at Malaspina University-College; preference to someone who is 1) a member, or whose parent or grandparent is a member, of Branch 257, or 2) a resident of Lantzville, or 3) affiliated with...
Three scholarships established by a bequest of Sarah Jane Fiske in memory of her husband who was a graduate of Macdonald College. Awarded for outstanding academic achievement to students in the first or second years of the B.Sc.(Agr.)/B.Sc.(Ag.Env.Sc.), B.Sc.(F.Sc.), B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.), B.Eng.(Bioresource) programs. Preference is given...
Established in memory of Margaret Ann Milton, B.Sc.(H.Ec.) 1965 and awarded annually to a student having completed the First Year of the B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.) program, based on academic standing. Value: $300.
Established in 2003 by Great-West Life and London Life for an outstanding undergraduate student in the penultimate or final year of a full-time degree program in the Faculty of Arts. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee on recommendations from the Departments of Economics...
Established in 2007 by Louis C. Ho, B.Eng. 1961. Awarded by the Faculty of Engineering to a student with high academic achievement who has completed at least one year of the B.Eng. program in any Department. Estimated value: $5,000
Awarded to a student in the B.Com. program completing the Second year and proceeding to the final year and planning to continue studies with a practising firm of chartered accountants. The winner must have high standing in the Second year examinations and outstanding academic record,...
A $350 prize has been endowed by the graduating class of 1985. The prize is made on the recommendation of the Department of Physiology, for the best oral and written presentation of the graduating essay.
The award is made to the student entering fourth year in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and obtaining the highest standing in Pharmaceutics and/or Pharmacy Administration in the preceding 3 years of the program.
A $2,000 scholarship has been endowed for a graduate student in mining and mineral process engineering who is engaged in active research in pollution control as applied to the mining industry. The award, from the Kitsault Community Club, Kitsault, B.C. is made on the recommendation...
One scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to a student beginning studies in the Faculty of Dentistry toward the degree of D.M.D. The award is made on the recommendation of the Dean of Dentistry to students selected on the basis of outstanding promise and personal qualities.
A $1,600 scholarship has been endowed by the late Robert Rutherford Rae to support a student in oceanography. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences.
For a student who is pursuing or intends to pursue a graduate degree in Criminology focusing on research conducted within the Centre for Restorative Justice. A student will be nominated for the award by the Co-directors of the Centre for Restorative Justice.
Criteria: -Demonstrated efforts in promoting the preservation of Chinese Culture; or volunteering in Sien Lok Society or other cultural community organizations -Minimum GPA 2.50 -Financial need -Alberta resident
Criteria: -Enrolled in any one of the following fields of study: Earth Sciences, Engineering, Commerce, Economics -Financial need -Academic achievement
Criteria: -Third semester -Good academic standing -Application of skills -Positive attitude -Financial need Process: In the event of a tie, financial need will be the determining factor
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a full-time student working toward the Bachelor of Education degree with a Music Major or Minor who has demonstrated a talent and achievement in the field of practical instrumental arranging and orchestration, with particular reference to music education.