Conditions: Awarded to a student with satisfactory academic standing entering the third or fourth year of the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture or Bachelor of Science in Agricultural/Food Business Management degree program in the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences. Recipient will be selected on the basis of leadership qualities as demonstrated by involvement in extracurricular and community activities. Recipient will come from a farming or ranching family where the primary income of the family is derived from the farm or ranch. Preference will be given to a student with financial need. Students are eligible to receive one Bar None Award or Scholarship in any given academic year.
A gift from the late Carl J. Sanders, a Toronto-based businessman with varied interests who, over the years, donated generously to educational institutions and charitable organizations. Value: $1,200/ea. Recipients: 1st-year students enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts, Science or Commerce program, with a min. 80%...
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)
Established in 1984 by family and friends in memory of Clark Lewis, a Canadian magazine writer and copywriter. Awarded annually or from time to time for the best submission in creative writing of a dramatic piece. The contest is open to Major and Honours students...
Established in 2005 by Henrietta Kostman, B.A. 1939, to support students entering McGill from Mr. and Mrs. Kostman's home provinces. Available for an outstanding student entering a full-time undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts. While academic standing is of primary importance, a student's...
To be awarded to a student studying piano who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, has attained high academic standing.
To be awarded to the student graduating from the Honours Arts and Science Program who has displayed outstanding achievement in both arts and science.
To be awarded to the student who successfully completes SOC WORK 3DD6 and attains the highest grade in SOC WORK 3D06 in the same session.
An award fund has been established with the Community Foundation of the North Okanagan to provide three or four annual awards of $1,000 each for students who have graduated from one of the following programs at any campus of Okanagan College: Home Support/Resident Care Attendant,...
An $600 scholarship, the gift of John K. Campbell, is awarded to a student in the Faculty of Law who holds a degree in mining, metallurgy, geology or geological engineering, or other related resource discipline or has demonstrated an interest in the mining industry through...
The award is offered to a graduate student in Forestry specializing in integrated forest resource management and timber supply analysis. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
The award is intended to assist a single mother who is entering or enrolled in a teacher education program in the Faculty of Education.
The scholarship is awarded on the recommendation of the Department to a full-time student in the Music Education program who has demonstrated a special aptitude for vocal and choral music (the Changing Voice) and the teaching of the same.
A $300 prize is awarded to the third year dental student who is outstanding in clinical restorative dentistry.
A $500 prize has been endowed by Cherie Smith for a student in Creative Writing. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Theatre, Film and Creative Writing and, in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate...
Scholarships to a total of $3,200 are offered to a graduate student in Classics and are made on the recommendation of the Department in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Granted to graduate or undergraduate students based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. Preference will be given to mature female students beginning or returning to University.
Criteria: -Entering first semester of a diploma program -Academic achievement based on prerequisite marks
Criteria: -Third semester -Full course load -Academic achievement (minimum GPA 3.00) -Involvement in extracurricular activities
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement -Preference given to students with dependents living at home
Criteria: -Third semester -Financial need -Academic achievement