Selection is based on academic standing in secondary school and/ or post-secondary studies. Other factors may be taken into consideration such as participation in school activities, community involvement and demonstrated leadership qualities.
1 award, $500; available to 3rd or 4th year Creative Writing / Journalism students enrolled in Publishing or Scriptwriting, based on recommendation of the department. No application necessary. Funds issued in March.
2 awards, $300 each; to Forestry Resources Technology students who demonstrate an interest or career objective in fire protection, as recommended by faculty. No application necessary. Funds issued in March.
1 award, $500; for achievement and commitment to studies; available to students in any Trades & Applied Technology program, including Applied Business Technology. Based on recommendation of instructors and program area. No application necessary. Funds issued at graduation.
Established to commemorate the late J.B. Woodyatt, Electrical Engineering, 1907, for students who have completed a minimum of one year in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Awarded on the basis of scholastic ability. Value: $2,000 each.
Established by friends and colleagues of the late Professor Frank H. Rigler to honour his many contributions to a scientific ecology. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Biology for excellence in ecology to a student entering or completing the final year. Value: $750.
Established in 2006 in memory of Marjorie McLaggan, B.A. 1929 (Dal), M.A. 1931 (McGill) and Isobel McLaggan Oswald, B.A. 1937, M.A.-Hon. 1981 (McGill). Awarded by the University Committee on Scholarships and Student Aid to an outstanding undergraduate student entering any undergraduate degree program. While academic...
Four prizes to be awarded to students with the highest Cumulative Average: (a) one to a full-time student in the three-level B.A. program in Psychology; (b) one to a student in a B.A. program in Psychology who has completed the program primarily on a part-time...
An annual award of $500 for a student who has completed one year of full-time study in the Applied Business Technology program at the Penticton Campus of Okanagan College. The recipient will be a mature student who has returned to post-secondary studies to further their...
A $400 scholarship is offered by Branch #62 to full-time students at Okanagan College in Salmon Arm, who plan to continue their studies at a B.C. college or university. Other sizable bursaries are made available by the Legion from time to time as need and...
Award Criteria: Chetwynd student full-time hard working financial need
Scholarships totalling $2,100, with preference given to gifted string instrumentalists. Financial need may be a factor in the selection of recipients.
The award is offered to a student entering the Faculty of Education's Secondary Teaching program who has obtained a degree majoring in Biology. Preference may be given to students who have obtained an Honours degree in Biology. The award is made on the recommendation of...
Scholarships totalling $1,200 are made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of Business to students studying real estate (urban land economics) and, in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
The award is made to an undergraduate student in Engineering who is a Canadian citizen and who has demonstrated strong qualities of leadership, combined with active participation in sports. In selecting the candidate, consideration will also be given to academic standing and financial need. The...
One award to recognize outstanding academic performance by a graduate student whose thesis research is related to the study of land-based transportation systems and their relationship to, and improvement of, the environment.
These awards valued at $250.00 each, are awarded to a full-time student graduating in each of the Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound and Radiological Technology programmes with highest cumulative GPA.
Eligibility: -A full-time student in his/her graduating year in a planning school accredited by the Canadian Institute of Planners in the Atlantic Provinces. Basis of Award: -Academic achievement and contribution to planning in the community.
Criteria: -Second-year student -Best overall aptitude who demonstrates a high level of technical skills in the lab environment
AVAILABLE TO: A UCFV history major completing his/her third year of studies. STIPULATIONS: Student must be a resident of either Chilliwack or Agassiz who has a particular interest in either Canadian, British, or European history, and who has maintained above average grades.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering third year of a program leading to a BSc in Human Ecology. Preference given to student whose home residence is Southern Alberta.