Scholarships, Bursaries And Awards (Awarded Off Campus)

 

Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada
For further information contact website: http://www.aucc.ca.

The Aird Scholarship
For further information contact website: http://www.gov.on.ca.

Dr. Hugh Allan Foundation Fund Awards
The Board of Governors of the Sioux Lookout General Hospital has established the Hugh Allan Foundation Fund to honour Dr. Allan's many years of service to the hospital and community. Any student in northwestern Ontario who plans to enter or is continuing at college or university in a Health career may make application for an award from the Foundation Fund. The Board of Governors may make an award or awards each academic year or may defer granting an award if it decides there are no suitable applicants. Awards when granted may be in amounts up to but not exceeding $1,000.00 to a student in one academic year. Awardees may apply for an award in subsequent academic years. Scholastic achievement and need will be taken into consideration by the awards committee when making its recommendation to the Board of Governors. While awards are available to residents of Northwestern Ontario, preference will be given to students from Sioux Lookout.
Further information and applications may be obtained by writing to:
Mr. Les J. H. Johnston
Administrator
Secretary-Treasurer, Board of Governors
Sioux Lookout General Hospital
P.O. Box 909
Sioux Lookout, Ontario
P0V 2T0

Bobby Bauer Memorial Award
The Bobby Bauer Memorial Foundation will make one or more awards annually to students demonstrating outstanding proficiency in hockey who qualify for admission to a full-time undergraduate course at a Canadian University.
Inquiries and applications should be sent directly to:
Bobby Bauer Memorial Foundation
60 Victoria Street North
Kitchener, Ontario
N2H 5B9

Alan B. Beaven Scholarship
The Alan B. Beaven Scholarship is awarded annually by the Manitoba Forestry Association to a Manitoba resident, deemed most worthy by a Committee consisting of the President, Chair of Finance and Executive Director of the Association.
For further information, or an application form, please contact:
Manitoba Forestry Association
900 Corydon Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3M 0Y4
Phone: (204) 453-3182
or (204) 477-5765

Black Business Professional Association - Harry Jerome - William Peyton Hubbard Scholarships
For further information contact website: http://www.bbpa.org.

Canadian Forces Primary Reserve Education Reimbursement Program

The Canadian Forces Primary Reserve offers a new tuition reimbursement program for members of the Canadian Forces Primary Reserve who are pursuing full or part-time studies in a Canadian post-secondary institution in a course leading to an initial baccalaureate degree or any other post-secondary course formally recognized as an equivalency for the member's military occupation. This program applies to courses commencing in September. A student will be reimbursed each September, for courses successfully completed in the previous academic year, 50% of tuition and mandatory course costs to a maximum of $2,000. The total benefit available to an individual is $8,000.
Applications and additional information may be obtained from:
Canadian Forces Primary Reserve
Northwestern Ontario Provincial Recruiting Officer
HMCS GRIFFON
736 Communications Squadron
c/o 317 Park Avenue
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 1C7

Canadian Nurses Foundation Baccalaureate Awards in Nursing
For further information contact website: http://www.canadiannursesfoundation.com.

Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering - The Sarnia Chemical Engineering Community Scholarship

This award is open to undergraduate students in Chemical Engineering who are about to enter their final year of studies at a Canadian University, and will be made on the basis of academic excellence and demonstrated contributions to the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering, such as participation in Student sections or chapters. Applications are available from the Financial Aid Office, Lakehead University.

Charlotte Carter Memorial Scholarship
The Charlotte Carter Memorial Fund awards one scholarship of $1000 to a first year nursing student of Native descent (includes all Status Indians, Non-Status Indians, Inuit or Métis) attending a nursing program at either a college or university in Ontario that is recognized by the Ontario College of Nursing. The Charlotte Carter Memorial Scholarship is renewable provided the student maintains a minimum G.P.A. of 3.0 or equivalent and a full-course load. For further information contact the Financial Aid Office, Lakehead University or by contacting:
Cambrian Foundation
62 Frood Road, Suite #103
Sudbury, Ontario P3C 4X3
Application deadline: May 28th.

F.J. Connell Music Scholarship
An annual scholarship of approximately $750 is awarded to a full or part-time student attending a recognized university. Applicants must have successfully completed the equivalent of one year of full-time studies in music and is currently majoring in music. Candidates will be considered on the basis of academic performance and a 500 word essay outlining their plans; extra-curricular activities, and community involvement. Further information may be obtained from:
F.J. Connell Music Scholarship Trust
1187 Simcoe Street
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan S6H 3J5

Council of Ministers of Education Part-Time Language Assistant Program
For further information contact website: http://www.monaccent.ca/english/about.html

Council of Ministers of Education Full-Time Language Assistant Program
For further information contact website: http://www.monaccent.ca/english/about.html

Datatel Scholarship
For further information contact: http://www.datatel.com.

The Orville Erickson Memorial Scholarship Fund
For further information contact website: http://www.cwf-fcf.

The Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Program
For further information contact website: http://www.terryfox.org.

Johnson and Johnson Nursing Leadership Award
An award of $1,000 plus a certificate of merit is presented at the annual Canadian University Nursing Students' Association (CUNSA) national conference in January. The Canadian University Nursing Students' Association Award is made annually to a student possessing qualities of outstanding leadership and dedication to nursing. Applications must be submitted late October; forms may be obtained from an official delegate of CUNSA, c/o School of Nursing, Lakehead University.

Lakehead University Department of Music Award
$100
Awarded annually by the Lakehead Music Festival Scholarship Committee for outstanding musicianship.

Lakehead University Department of Music Festival Scholarship
$1,000 (LUMFE)
Established by Lakehead University in 1991 in recognition of outstanding participation in the Lakehead Music Festival. Awarded on the basis of minimum marks of 80% in at least two classes by the Lakehead Music Festival Scholarship Committee. A letter of application is required and must be received by the Secretary of the Lakehead Music Festival at the conclusion of the Festival. The Scholarship winner is to provide the Financial Aid Office, with a copy of the scholarship letter in the year of registration.

The Leonard Foundation Awards
For further information contact website: http://www.leonardfnd.org/.

The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation - Educational Awards Program
For further information contact website: http://www.naaf.ca/financia.html.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Undergraduate Student Research Awards and Industrial Student Research Awards
For further information contact website: http://www.nserc.ca.

Provincial Chapter of Ontario IODE Applied Ecology Award
For further information contact the Lakehead University Financial Aid website: http://financialaid.lakeheadu.ca/.

Provincial Chapter of Ontario IODE Scholarship in Music (Performance)
For further information contact the Lakehead University Financial Aid website: http://financialaid.lakeheadu.ca/.

Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Endowment Fund for Study in a Second Official Language Award Program
For further information contact website: http://www.aucc.ca.

The W. Reymont Foundation Scholarships and Bursaries
For further information contact website: http://www.poloniacanada.ca.

Rhodes Scholarship
Eleven Rhodes Scholarships are available to Canadian students. These Scholarships are tenable at University of Oxford, England, and the value is at least £12,000 per year. They are granted for two years with the possibility of a third year. Scholars may follow courses of study of their own choice. Selection is made on the basis of school and college records without written examination. The qualities which will be considered in making the selection are: literacy and scholastic attainment; for and protection of the weak, kindliness, unselfishness and fellowship; exhibition of moral force of character and of instincts to lead and to take an interest in one's contemporaries. Qualities of both character and intellect are the most important requirements for a Rhodes Scholarship and these are what the Selection Committees will seek. Financial need does not receive special consideration. The eleven Scholarships are allotted, three to the Western Region (Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta), two to each of Ontario, Quebec and the Maritime Region (New Brunswick and Nova Scotia), and one each to British Columbia and Newfoundland. Application forms are available from the Financial Aid Office, Lakehead University.
Deadline: October 13th.

Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA) Foundation Scholarships
For further information contact website: http://www.cgf.ca.

The Royal Canadian Legion and The Ladies Auxiliary of the Royal Canadian Legion Bursary Assistance

The Ontario Provincial Command of the Royal Canadian Legion provides bursaries to students demonstrating financial need and entering or continuing their post-secondary education. Bursaries granted by the District Bursary Committee range in value from $100 to $500 maximum. Categories of eligibility are: war veterans and their children and grandchildren; Ordinary and Life members of the Royal Canadian Legion and their children and grandchildren; Associate members of the Royal Canadian Legion and their children; Ladies' Auxiliary members and their children and grandchildren. Applications are available from the Financial Aid Office, Lakehead University or by writing to:
The Royal Canadian Legion
Ontario Command
89 Industrial Parkway North
Aurora, Ontario L4G 4C4
Deadline: Last Monday in March.

The Royal Canadian Legion Provincial Ladies Auxiliary Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario Command
The Provincial Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion, Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario Command offers several scholarships of $1,000 each to students attending a recognized Canadian university on a full-time basis. To qualify, the applicant must be: a resident of the Manitoba or Northwestern Ontario region for most of his/her life, prior to entering university; entering or continuing in the faculty of Physio/Occupational Therapy or Bachelor of Nursing. The selection process considers the applicant's marks alone, as this is a scholarship. Application forms are available from the Financial Aid Office, or by writing to:
University Scholarship Chair
Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary
Box 52
Rossendale, Manitoba R0H1C0
Deadline: September 30th.

Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Foundation - Undergraduate Awards Program
For further information contact website: http://www.sae.org/.

Soroptimist Foundation - Women's Opportunity Awards
For further information contact website: http://www.soroptimist.org.

Wajax Fire Award - Technical Report on Forest Fire Control
Wajax Limited awards a cash prize of $3,000 to a student, together with a donation of $1,000 to the Faculty of the recipient. Students enrolled in a Forestry degree program are eligible for this award by writing a report or an undergraduate thesis of 1500 - 3000 words to be received by Wajax by August 31st. Further details may be obtained from the Faculty of Forestry and the Forest Environment or the Financial Aid Office.

White Pine Award
The White Pine Award is presented annually to a student making an outstanding contribution to public education about forests and forest management. The White Pine Award is open to students in science and resource management disciplines at Ontario's universities, community colleges and agricultural colleges. Graduate and undergraduate students may apply. The student should submit a detailed report on what he/she has done or is doing in public forestry education. Submissions must be clear, concise, neat, accompanied by an approval from a teacher and be at the Ontario Forestry Association office by January 23rd.

Women's Association of the Mining Industry of Canada, Toronto
The Women's Association of the Mining Industry of Canada Foundation was established in 1964 to provide annual scholarships, awards and bursaries to undergraduate students enrolled in accredited mining related or earth science programs in Canadian universities. For information about awards and scholarships or about the work of the W.A.M.I.C. Foundation, please contact:
Chair, Awards Committee
The Women's Association of the Mining Industry of Canada Foundation
P.O. Box 207, Postal Station "A"
Toronto, ON M5W 1B
scholarship@sympatico.ca
For further information contact website: http://www.pdac.ca/wamic/.


See also:

Undergraduate Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries
Entrance Scholarships/Awards
In-Course Scholarships/Awards
Native Student Awards
Nomination Awards
Bursaries
Other Sources of Financial Assistance
includes: Ontario Student Assistance Program

Part-time Student Assistance

Graduate Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries

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2006-2007 Calendar version