Conditions: Awarded to a student with satisfactory academic standing (minimum GPA of 2.5) entering or enrolled in the second or third year of the Bachelor of Science Agriculture, Bachelor of Science Agricultural/Food Business Management, or Bachelor of Science Environmental and Conservation Sciences program. Recipient will be selected on the basis of their brief essay (see application procedure) and leadership qualities as demonstrated by involvement in extracurricular and community activities. Preference will be given to students with financial need. Students are eligible to receive only one Bar None Award or Scholarship in any given academic year.
All students with greater than or equal to 4.0 admission average are eligible.
Value: $500/ea. Recipients: female students entering the 2nd and 3rd year respectively, on the basis of academic standing and financial need. Application for In-Course Awards required.
Established by the Lions Club of Sudbury and awarded to a student in any year of any program, who can demonstrate financial need, and is a resident of Ontario, as defined by OSAP. Two awards valued at $500 each. Application is required.
Established by Raymond L. Conklin, D.V.M. and awarded to a student who has achieved high academic standing in the first or second year. Value: $400.
Established in 2004 by E. Noel Spinelli, C.M. a devoted supporter of the Schulich School of Music and a lover of opera and vocal music. Awarded by the Schulich School of Music Scholarships Committee to an outstanding student in the Opera/Vocal area. Value: minimum $500.
Established in 1999 by The Friends of McGill University, Inc. in the USA. Awarded by the University Committee on Scholarships and Student Aid to outstanding students entering any undergraduate degree program. Preference is given to U.S. citizens. Renewable provided the holder maintains an academic standing...
To be awarded to the student entering Level I of a full-time program of study in the Faculty of Health Sciences who has the highest final admission average and is eligible for OSAP or an equivalent provincial student assistance program, Award is tenable for up...
The Canadian Federation of University Women - Penticton provides two annual awards of up to $750 each to assist mature female students who are entering the first year of full-time study in a university transfer, degree or diploma program at the Penticton Campus of Okanagan...
Award Criteria: female student attending ABE classes on the Dawson Creek campus demonstrates a high commitment to her studies preference will be given to a student who has faced a particular challenge in order to return to school
The award is offered to a student entering the Masters program in Nursing and is based on academic excellence and practical experience. It is made on the recommendation of the School of Nursing in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
A scholarship of $1,400 is offered to an undergraduate or graduate student in Commerce and Business Administration. The award is made to a student who, though not necessarily among the leaders of the class, is deserving of financial support. At the discretion of the Faculty...
A $1,800 scholarship has been endowed by their colleagues and friends for a third-year chemistry student continuing into a fourth-year chemistry program at UBC. Preference is given to students who indicate some awareness of the social role of science. The Hooley Fund Committee may interview...
The award is offered to an undergraduate student entering the final year of study in Social Work. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Social Work and Family Studies.
Bursaries will be offered based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students who are approved in the Master's of Public Policy degree program.
Preference given to: 1. Applicants with a minimum 3 years in 4-H 2. 4-H involvement 3. Vocational / technical programs Applicants must include reference letters from their school, 4-H group and community. Reference letters must accompany the application in a sealed envelope.
David B. Reid Scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to the CGA student achieving the highest examination mark in Advanced External Auditing (AU2) of the CGA program. CGA firm Reid Hurst Nagy established the scholarship in memory of Richmond CGA David Reid.
Criteria: -Returning hockey players to Trojan Men's team -Team leadership -Community service -Acceptable athletic and academic performance
Criteria: -Enrolled in a pre-employment program -Alberta resident for a minimum of two years -Primary consideration given to demonstrated ability to succeed while enrolled in the program - academic achievement, leadership and community involvement -Secondary consideration given to financial need -Canadian citizen
Criteria: -Fourth semester -Academic achievement with a minimum GPA 3.00 -Highest mark from a major project with Architectural Drafting ARCH-360
Conditions: Awarded to a student with satisfactory academic standing entering the third year of a BSc Specializing in Geology or Geophysics. Recipient will be selected on the basis of passion and talent in their field of study, demonstrated leadership, participation in extracurricular activities, and academic...