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Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards

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(A) No application is required, rather the recipients are chosen by their departmental faculty or an outside organization.

(B) Students must apply for these awards on the Student Portal and in some cases provide additional documentation to be considered. Selections are made by the Sault College Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards Selection Advisory Committee. In some cases, additional information is required and will be noted on the application form after you have submitted it.

Applications are available on the Student Portal under the My Records tab between October 1st and mid-November. Additional information may be obtained from the Student Financial Assistance Office (Room M1200).

Value
The monetary or non-monetary worth of the award (subject to change).

Number
The number of awards available (subject to change).

Sponsor
The name of the person(s) responsible for the funds available for the award.

Awards

THE 2004 GRADUATES - ACCELERATED OFFICE ADMINISTRATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (A)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Lynda Moffatt
Criteria: Student showing leadership qualities, while also having a high GPA.

ADNET AWARD (A)
Value: $1000
Number: 1
Sponsor: ADnet (Algoma District Community Network)
Criteria: Information Technology students with a minimum 3.0 GPA, volunteerism, leadership qualities and innovative.

AIR CANADA AWARD (A)
Value: (non-monetary) A return flight with flight privileges to any destination in Canada served by Air Canada and recipient's name engraved on the Air Canada Cup.
Number: 1
Sponsor: Air Canada
Criteria: Graduating Aviation student displaying excellent academics, flying, and professional attitude. Participation in college activities, extra-curricular activities, sports participation, personal appeal.

AKTION CLUB OF LAKESHORE CICE AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Aktion Club of Lakeshore
Criteria: A CICE student who demonstrates respect, collaboration, teamwork, leadership, and community volunteerism while also demonstrating a positive work ethic.

ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF SAULT STE. MARIE AND ALGOMA DISTRICT SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $600
Number: 1
Sponsor: Alzheimer Society of Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District
Criteria: One student within the School of Health or Human Sciences will be selected for this award. Recipients must be an Algoma District resident, maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0, have an interest in the long-term care population and have volunteer experience. Applicant is also required to submit a letter of interest. *Additional documentation required for this award*

ARAUCO "GROWING THE FUTURE" AWARD (A)
Value: $250
Number: 2
Sponsor: Arauco
Criteria: Second- or third-year full-time students enrolled in technical trades that demonstrate the greatest academic improvement and personal growth from the previous year.

BILL ARMSTRONG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $400
Number: 1
Sponsor: Friends and family of the late Bill Armstrong
Criteria: Second- or third-year electrical student with preference of "dual diploma students" - EPA and Instrumentation.

MARION ARTHUR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - COMMUNITY LIVING ALGOMA (A)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Community Living Algoma
Criteria: Second-year CICE student excelling in program.

ROSS BACHERT MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (A)
Value: $250
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault College Athletic Department
Criteria: Presented to the male athlete who best displays outstanding ability, leadership, sportsmanship, and strong academic standing.

DR. SAMARENDRANATH BANERJEE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $1,000 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd year and $1,500 4th year
Number: 4
Sponsor: Mrs. Hima Banerjee
Criteria: Full-time BScN students with excellent academics and need coupled with care, compassion, maturity, and dedication to the profession.

DEAN BARKLEY MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Valerie & Karl Uchmanowicz
Criteria: Truck & Coach/Heavy Duty Equipment Technician Program student in good academic standing, ability to work within a team, and most likely to be successful in their chosen field.

DR. ROBERTA BONDAR DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY & IMAGING SCHOLARSHIP(A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault College Staff
Criteria: Second-year Digital Photography & Imaging student demonstrating academic excellence and an interest in using cameras to explore the powerful forces and intricacies of Earth’s natural world.

SARAH BOUGIE MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $300
Number: 1
Sponsor: Friends, family and classmates
Criteria: Second-year Architectural, Civil or Construction students embodying Sarah's qualities, personality, goals, and ambitions.

BRIDGE BI-NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $4,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Bridge Inc.
Criteria: Graduating Sault College student continuing his/her academics at LSSU. Student must submit a resume and
letter of recommendation from the Program Co-ordinator. *Additional documentation required for this award*

BROOKFIELD RENEWABLE ENERGY GROUP - POWER GENERATION SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 2
Sponsor: Brookfield Renewable
Criteria: Electrical Engineering students with highest GPA.

BUILDING COMMUNITY CAPACITY THROUGH EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP(A)
Value: $250
Number: 2
Sponsor: Social Service Worker Native Specialization Program
Criteria: Open to any student pursuing a post-secondary diploma who has experienced hurdles of poverty while pursuing his/her goal of higher education. One scholarship is available to an Indigenous, Metis, or Inuit student (must demonstrate a connection to the Indigenous, Metis or Inuit community) and one scholarship is open to any student pursuing a two-year diploma. *Additional documentation required for this award*

BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $200
Number: 2
Sponsor: Business and Professional Women's Club
Criteria: Female student from any program displaying academic excellence, preferably students in non-traditional programs.

CTV BROADCASTING SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: CTV Television Inc.
Criteria: Student demonstrating a high academic achievement who has provided the required 250-word letter outlining his/her interest in broadcasting and career goals. *Additional documentation required for this award*

CYW CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARD (A)
Value: Full membership in OACYC
Number: 1
Sponsor: Mike McFarling
Criteria: Graduating student demonstrating outstanding CYC skills during field placement.

DR. ROSE MERAGLIA CAICCO AWARD (A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Dr. Rose Meraglia Caicco
Criteria: Female Office Administration - Executive student who demonstrates integrity, a professional attitude, character, academic proficiency, a willingness to learn, and the qualitities needed to be an effective team player.

CANADIAN CUTLERY INC. AWARD (A)
Value: $350 product
Number: 2
Sponsor: Canada Cutlery Inc.
Criteria: Culinary Skills/Management students who have consistently demonstrated their passion to improving their culinary skills.

CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF FORESTRY GOLD MEDAL (A)
Value: Medal, engraved College plaque
Number: 1
Sponsor: Canadian Institute of Forestry
Criteria: Graduating Forest Conservation student with highest overall standing in academics,and outstanding sports and citizenship.

CANADIAN TIRE AUTOMOTIVE AWARD OF MERIT (A)
Value: $500 credit at Canadian Tire Store
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault Ste. Marie's Canadian Tire
Criteria: A student demonstrating integrity and a willingness to learn while assisting others in their studies.

CANADIAN UNION OF SKILLED WORKERS SCHOLARSHIP(A)
Value: $500
Number: 2
Sponsor: Canadian Union of Skilled Workers
Criteria: CICE students demonstrating an outstanding work ethic and professionalism at field placement and demonstrating most improvement regarding skill development and professionalism at field placement.

WALTER CEOLIN AWARD (A)
Value: $300
Number: 1
Sponsor: Ontario Conservation Officer's Association
Criteria: Awarded to a second-year Fish & Wildlife Conservation student who has demonstrated integrity and leadership in the application of Fish & Wildlife management principles to the field of law enforcement.

JOE CERASUOLO MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $350
Number: 1
Sponsor: Lanie Cerasuolo (wife) and Joe's family and friends
Criteria: A well-rounded Heavy Equipment Technician program student or Apprentice who demonstrates a generous and collegial spirit, has a passion for the trade; demonstrates a strong work ethic; is friendly, kind and always willing to lend a hand to others; shows persistence and tenacity in solving mechanical problems; demonstrates a financial need.

MIKE CHANNER "HIGH FLIGHT" AWARD (A)
Value: $2,500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family, friends and colleagues of the late Mike Channer
Criteria: Graduating student in the Aviation Technology program.

MIKE CHANNER MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family, friends and colleagues of the late Mike Channer
Criteria: Second-year Aviation student with highest commercial flight test mark.

CHARTWELLS ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD (B)
Value: $500
Number: 5
Sponsor: Chartwells University and College Dining Service
Criteria: Any student, any program, demonstrating academic excellence.

CHILD CARE ALGOMA EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT AWARD (A)
Value: $300
Number: 1
Sponsor: Child Care Algoma
Criteria: An ECE student who exemplifies an overall passion to the field of studies.

CITY OF SAULT STE. MARIE SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $500
Number: 5
Sponsor: The Corporation of the City of Sault Ste. Marie
Criteria: Highest academics in any upper-year program.

BRENDA COMBS PREMIER’S AWARD COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD (A)
Value: $800
Number: 1
Sponsor: Brenda Combs, 2011 Premier’s Award Recipient
Criteria: An Indigenous student in the first year of the Social Service Worker – Native Specialization program.

COMMUNITY FIRST CREDIT UNION LTD. MILDRED KRMPOTICH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Community First Credit Union Ltd.
Criteria: First-year Business student demonstrating scholastic achievement.

LAWRENCE CONNOLLY MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $300
Number: 1
Sponsor: The Connolly family and friends
Criteria: Second-year ECE student demonstrating a strong work ethic and a generous and non-judgemental nature.

ELEANOR DALSEG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Paul Dalseg
Criteria: Second-year Practical Nursing student demonstrating a high level of patient care and clinical excellence.

MICHAEL JOSEPH DE FRANCESCO MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family and friends of the late Michael Joseph De Francesco
Criteria: A student who is excelling in the Aviation program and to whom this financial assistance would be valuable.

DOYLE FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $600
Number: 1
Sponsor: Doyle Family
Criteria: First-year student in BScN, ECE, or CYW program demonstrating academic progress and financial need. This award is tenable for second-year.

DUMANSKI OFFICE INTERIORS/COMPASS IMAGING GRAPHIC ARTS AND DESIGN AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 2
Sponsor: Dumanski Office Interiors/Compass Imaging Group & Sign Solutions
Criteria: First-year Graphic Design student who puts out best effort on a day-to-day basis; on schedule and on task; great attendance and performance evaluations.

CHERYL DUPLIN MEMORIAL NURSING AWARD (A)
Value: $450
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family members
Criteria: Adult graduates of BScN program who strive for excellence, give 100% at all times, are caring and compassionate.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION COLLABORATION AWARD (A)
Value: $100
Number: 1
Sponsor: Anonymous
Criteria: Awarded to a student who works collaboratively with peers. This student uses positive interpersonal skills to build effective relations in ways that show respect for the diverse opinions, values, belief systems, and contributions of others.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AWARD (A)
Value: $100
Number: 1
Sponsor: Anonymous
Criteria: Awarded to a student who strives for excellence in his/her professional practice. This student engages in ongoing professional learning, reflective practice, and critical thinking. He/she is able to transfer his/her knowledge of evidence-based research into practice.

ESSAR STEEL ALGOMA AWARD OF EXCELLENCE (B)
Value: $1,200 or interest earned
Number: 2
Sponsor: Essar Steel Algoma Inc.
Criteria: Second- or third-year full-time students enrolled in technical trades, engineering technology, or computer studies programs. Recipient must be a child, grandchild, or legal ward of a current employee or retiree. Preference is given to a student who is a graduate of a secondary school in the Algoma District. *Additional documentation required for this award*

EXCELLENCE IN USER EXPERIENCE AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Cavera Inc.
Criteria: Excels in combining functional design with good programming practices and strong academic standing.

JOHN FALSETTO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Algoma Treatment & Remand Centre, family, and friends
Criteria: Second-year Protection, Security & Investigations program student demonstrating academic performance and financial need.

MICHAEL FARELLI MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family, friends and colleagues of the late Michael Farelli
Criteria: Full-time Hairstyling student demonstrating professional promise.

FIRST NATION NURSING SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $100
Number: 1
Sponsor: Marie Price
Criteria: A Practical Nursing student who has the highest passing grades and best clinical performance among Indigenous students.

FIRST-YEAR DESIGN MERIT AWARD (A)
Value: $150
Number: 1
Sponsor: Graphic Design Faculty - Terry Hill and Frank Salituri
Criteria: First-year Graphic Design student with highest overall GPA.

FITNESS AND HEALTH PROMOTION AWARD OF EXCELLENCE (A)
Value: $250
Number: 1
Sponsor: Anonymous
Criteria: Recipient will have consistent, strong academic performance as well as a commitment and passion for fitness and health promotion exhibited through leadership at the college and in the community.

SARA FRYIA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $400
Number: 1
Sponsor: Linda Ryan, Patrica Field, Shelley Klepatz & Laura Fryia
Criteria: A student who demonstrates commitment, a positive attitude, and promise in the Pre-Health program.

D.G. FURBER PROTECTION, SECURITY & INVESTIGATIONS AWARD (A)
Value: $250
Number: 1
Sponsor: Donald G. Furber
Criteria: Mature student demonstrating a high standing in his/her final year in the Protection, Security & Investigations Program.

G.VERDI/PRINCESS MARIE JOSE LODGES - ORDER SONS OF ITALY OF CANADA (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: G. VERDI/PRINCESS MARIE JOSE LODGES - ORDER SONS OF ITALY OF CANADA
Criteria: Established to recognize a second-year BScN student with the highest GPA.

RUTH GALINIS SCHOLARSHIP AWARD (B)
Value: $150
Number: 1
Sponsor: Ruth Galinis, past Board member
Criteria: A female sole-support parent in any program, second or third year.

FRANCINE GAUTHIER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $250
Number: 1
Sponsor: Joan Moore
Criteria: Mature student in graduating year of Office Administration - Executive who demonstrates conscientiousness, dedication, and commitment to lifelong learning.

GOVERNOR GENERAL'S ACADEMIC MEDAL (A)
Value: Collegiate bronze medal with certificate
Number: 1
Sponsor: The Chancellery of Honours
Criteria: Graduate student from a three-year program with the highest GPA.

LEE ANN GRAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $250
Number: 1
Sponsor: Friends, family, and co-workers
Criteria: Mature Office Administration student in his/her graduating year with honours standing demonstrating conscientiousness, dedication, and qualities of a support person.

RODERICK BORDEN GRAY G.C. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Lloyd S. & Dorothy Gray & Family
Criteria: Third-year Aviation student who is professional and dedicated.

HEALTHY MINDS ON CAMPUS (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Mental Health Hub

HOSPITALITY CLUB'S LEADERSHIP AWARD (A)
Value: $100
Number: 4
Sponsor: Departmental Faculty
Criteria: Culinary Skills - Chef Training, Kitchen Assistant or Hospitality Management - Hotel & Resort showing leadership and involvement in the Hospitality Club.

HOSPITALITY DIVISION SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $150
Number: 2
Sponsor: Departmental Faculty
Criteria: Culinary Skills - Chef Training and Hospitality Management - Hotel & Resort students demonstrating need and academic performance.

IPC SECURITIES AWARD (A)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Ron Sonke
Criteria: Awarded to a student in the Office Administration-Executive program who possesses a mastery of office skills as demonstrated by the ability to assume responsibility without direct supervision, the ability to make decisions within the scope of assigned authority, and the ability to display initiative.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CITIZENSHIP AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards Committee
Criteria: An International student who has exhibited consistently strong academic performance and has participated in activities that have made a contribution to other students, their department and/or the College community. This student has demonstrated leadership which promotes positive interaction between people of different cultural backgrounds..

THE JAZZ AVIATION PATHWAY AWARD FOR PROFESSIONALISM (A)
Value: $3,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Jazz Aviation LP
Criteria: Selected by faculty, a final year student demonstrating outstanding contributions to safety, leadership and professionalism.

THE JAZZ AVIATION PATHWAY AWARD FOR PROFESSIONALISM AND DIVERSITY (A)
Value: $3,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Jazz Aviation LP
Criteria: Selected by faculty, a final year student who has self-identified as an Indigenous person, a person with a disability, a visible minority or female, demonstrating outstanding contributions to safety, leadership and professionalism.

JAZZ SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Jazz Air LP
Criteria: Aircraft Structural Repair student demonstrating the highest marks in Sheet Metal/Structures.

JAZZ EMPLOYMENT EQUITY SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Jazz Air LP
Criteria: Aircraft Structural Repair student who has self-identified as an Indigenous person, person with a disability, a visible minority, or female demonstrating the highest marks in program.

THE HENRY JOHNSON TIMBER SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Andrew Johnson
Criteria: Top first-year Forest Conservation student. Student who best combines athletics, high academic status, and possesses proven leadership qualities.

LAUREN KELLY MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $2000
Number: 2
Sponsor: Dr. Kerstin and Neil Kelly
Criteria: Well-rounded Aviation students who have demonstrated a high level of skill by achieving high marks in flying as well as academic classes, are well thought of amongst peers and staff, are respectful and considerate, demonstrates leadership and a positive attitude, and shows a passion for Aviation.

THE GREG (POWDER) KING MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $250
Number: 2
Sponsor: Family and Friends of the late Greg (Powder) King
Criteria: Full-time students enrolled in any year of the Practical Nursing or BScN program that are in good academic standing, have a demonstrated clinical interest in providing care to patients with complex medical needs, have demonstrated capabilities as a patient advocate, and a capability for providing high quality, holistic, patient-centred (or family-centred) care as evidenced in their clinical performance. First consideration will be for an Indigenous or Metis student.

KIWANIS CLUB OF LAKESHORE AWARD (A)
Value: $625
Number: 1
Sponsor: Kiwanis Club of Lakeshore
Criteria: A full-time single parent student maintaining excellence in academics with a child enrolled in the Child Development Centre.

KIWANIS CLUB OF LAKESHORE CICE AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Kiwanis Club of Lakeshore
Criteria: A CICE student who demonstrates respect, collaboration, teamwork, leadership, and community volunteerism while also demonstrating a positive work ethic.

KIWANIS CLUB OF SAULT STE. MARIE AWARD (B)
Value: $500
Number: 2
Sponsor: Kiwanis Club of Sault Ste. Marie
Criteria: Upper year students displaying high academic merit.

GWEN KORREY MEMORIAL BURSARY - ZONTA CLUB OF SAULT STE. MARIE AREA (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Zonta Club of Sault Ste. Marie Area
Criteria: Full-time third- and fourth-year female BScN student demonstrating consistent academic achievement, above-average clinical performance, financial need, commitment, compassion, and caring.

DAVID M. KRUSE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $750, engraved College trophy and personal plaque
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family and friends of the late David Kruse
Criteria: Graduating Aviation student displaying excellent academics, flying, and leadership qualities.

JOSEPH KUCHMA MEMORIAL ALS SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Jack Boushear
Criteria: Second-year Business student demonstrating a contribution to growth, development, and support of fellow students.

LOSEE MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $150
Number: 1
Sponsor: The Canadian Institute of Forestry
Criteria: Second-year Forest Conservation program student demonstrating leadership, co-operation, and academic ability.

DR. LOU & MAE LUKENDA CHARITABLE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 8
Sponsor: Dr. Lou & Mae Lukenda Charitable Foundation
Criteria: 4 BScN Students, 2 OTA/PTA students, and 2 Health Sciences students participating in Varsity Athletics.

THE MHICA FLYING INTO THE FUTURE AWARD (A)
Value: $2,500
Number: 1
Sponsor: MHI Canada Aerospace, Inc.
Criteria: An Aircraft Structural Repair Technician student with the highest mark in the Manufacturing class.

MNR INDIGENOUS STUDENTS SCIENCES AND NATURAL RESOURCES AWARD (A)
Value: $200
Number: 5
Sponsor: Ministry of Natural Resources
Criteria: Second-year Indigenous students registered in a Natural Environment & Outdoor Studies program demonstrating professional promise. Combination of marks, minimum 2.0 GPA., leadership and class participation.

MACEWAN FAMILY AWARD (B)
Value: $100
Number: 1
Sponsor: Mr. Neil MacEwan, Sault College Support Staff Retiree
Criteria: Second-year Graphic Design student with highest GPA.

MACHINE SHOP ADVISORY COMMITTEE SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Machine Shop Advisory Committee
Criteria: Best application of academic achievement and practical skills.

MACHINE SHOP ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Machine Shop Association (MSA)
Criteria: Academics, self-motivation, commitment.

ROD AND SANDY MACLEOD & FAMILY/OACETT AWARD (A/B)
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: OACETT (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists)
Criteria: A full-time student enrolled in any year of an OACETT-recognized Engineering or Applied Science Technology program who best exemplifies the following key precepts related to integrity and professionalism in the practice of Engineering Technology.

KARI MACPHERSON MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $250
Number: 1
Sponsor: Joy Pryce, mother of Kari MacPherson
Criteria: First-year full-time female student demonstrating a keen interest in English and/or the environment.

MAIONE FAMILY AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Maione Family
Criteria: Graduating Business (Accounting) student demonstrating leadership, teamwork, and strong community values.

THE MARION MARKS RNAO AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Algoma Chapter of Registered Nurses Association of Ontario
Criteria: Student must submit an essay on "the importance of a nursing student to be part of his/her professional organization". *Additional documentation required for this award*

MASONIC FOUNDATION OF ONTARIO BURSARY (A)
Value: $500 (approx)
Number: 1
Sponsor: Masonic Foundation of Ontario
Criteria: Graduating student who has a GPA of 3.0 or higher and has demonstrated a strong potential for success in his/her chosen field.

HAZEL MCBRIDE-KANE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $300
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family and friends of Hazel McBride-Kane
Criteria: An Indigenous student demonstrating the highest mark in English and arts courses.

THE GARY AND JOANIE MCGUFFIN CONSERVATION LEADERSHIP AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Gary & Joanie McGuffin
Criteria: An Adventure Recreation and Parks program student who best exhibits class leadership, community involvement/volunteerism, contribution to wellness of community and its environment.

GERALD & KAYE MCGUIRE SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $1,200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Gerald & Kaye McGuire
Criteria: Involvement in student activities such as a program club or SCSU or community volunteerism is a requirement for this award. *Additional documentation required for this award*

GERALD MCGUIRE INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $2,500 directly towards Lake Superior State University tuition fees
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault College Board of Governors
Criteria: Sault College student registering within the International University-College Division and planning to attend Lake Superior State University during the next academic year. *Additional documentation required for this award*

CAROL MCLELLAND MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Cathy McLelland
Criteria: Office Administration student who demonstrates perseverence in completing the Office Administration program.

JOSEPH MCLEOD MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $100
Number: 1
Sponsor: Friends of the late Joseph McLeod
Criteria: Third-year CYW students demonstrating consistent warmth and genuineness.

DAVID MCNUTT MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $300
Number: 1
Sponsor: The family of the late David McNutt
Criteria: A full time student who provides a consistent demonstration of warmth and genuineness towards others and who is a unique individual. Pay it Forward award.

DOROTHY MEDHURST AWARD (A)
Value: $100
Number: 1
Sponsor: Anonymous
Criteria: Second-year ECE student demonstrating creativity through an innovative and energetic approach.

METIS NATION OF ONTARIO AWARD (A/B)
Value: Varies
Number: Varies
Sponsor: Metis Nation of Ontario
Criteria: Metis students in any program. *Separate application required*

METIS NATION OF ONTARIO POWLEY ELECTRICAL AWARD (A/B)
Value: Varies
Number: Varies
Sponsor: Metis Nation of Ontario
Criteria: Metis students registered in any year of any electrical program. *Separate application required*

RON MORPHET MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: KPMG, friends and family of the late Ron Morphet
Criteria: Graduating BScN student demonstrating care and compassion for patients, with overall excellent clinical nursing qualities.

CONNIE NARDI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $250
Number: 1
Sponsor: Friends and family of the late Connie Nardi
Criteria: Culinary Skills - Chef Training student combining academics, financial need, and participation in the program.

NATIVE STUDENT COUNCIL AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Native Student Council
Criteria: All single parent students that are of First Nation descent.

NATURAL ENVIRONMENT AND OUTDOOR STUDIES CO-OP AWARD (A)
Value: $300
Number: 1
Sponsor: Natural Environment and Outdoor Studies staff
Criteria: Second-year Natural Enivronment and Outdoor Studies student based on co-op work term report by a student entering second-year.

NATURAL RESOURCES/ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: SBA Committee
Criteria: A graduating student from the Natural Resources/Environmental Law program who demonstrates initiative, leadership, and class participation.

NEOS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD(A)
Value: $500
Number: 2
Sponsor: SBA Committee
Criteria: Two students best exhibiting a combination of academic excellence and participation in extra-curricular activities in the college.

RICHARD NIELSEN-JONES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $750, engraved College trophy and individual plaque
Number: 1
Sponsor: Mrs. R. Nielsen-Jones
Criteria: Graduating Aviation student displaying class 1 instrument rating, excellent academics, flying proficiency, and highest academic grade and standing on D.O.T. and college instruments rating exams.

THE NIGHTHAWK FLYING CLUB ANNUAL AWARD (A/B)
Value: $850
Number: 1
Sponsor: The Nighthawk Flying Club
Criteria: Third-Year Aviation student preferably from northern Ontario.

THE J. DONALD NIXON FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Donald and George Nixon
Criteria: First-year Social Service Worker program student, based on academic excellence, contribution to program, and attitude that exemplifies the profession.

ELIZABETH NIXON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $1,500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family and friends of the late Elizabeth Nixon
Criteria: Second-year Social Service Worker program student, based on academic excellence, contribution to program, and attitude that exemplifies the profession.

IAN NIXON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $2,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Peter and Dorothy Nixon
Criteria: First or second-year student in a diploma or degree program. Student must be a resident of the District of Algoma but outside the municipal boundaries of Sault Ste. Marie. *Additional documentation required for this award*

THE ROSE NOLAN SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $2,500
Number: 2
Sponsor: Ted Nolan Foundation
Criteria: Second-, third- or fourth-year First Nation students enrolled in any program - must be an Indigenous woman (First Nation Status); be a member of a First Nation Community in Canada; be a Canadian resident; have recently completed one year of full-time studies within the past two months. *Additional documentation required for this award*

OACETT SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION AND CAREERS IN TECHNOLOGY (A)
Value: $500
Number: 3
Sponsor: OACETT (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists)
Criteria: Technician/Technology students that attended high school in the ADSB area.

O.P.S.E.U. LOCAL 612 STAFF MEMORIAL AWARD (B)
Value: $250
Number: 2
Sponsor: Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Local 612 (Support Staff)
Criteria: All full-time students demonstrating financial need.

O.P.S.E.U. LOCAL 613 MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Local 613 (Professors, Instructors, Counsellors, and Librarians)
Criteria: Awarded to a student who demonstrates equity, respect, helpfulness, and a commitment to academics.

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION PROFICIENCY AWARD (A)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Office Administration faculty
Criteria: An Office Administration student who has demonstrated maturity, commitment, a willingness to learn, and a positive attitude.

MOYRA AND EDWARD O'PALLIE AWARD (B)
Value: $500
Number: 2
Sponsor: Moyra and Edward O'Pallie
Criteria: A first- and second-year Business or Business Accounting student will be selected for this award.

OLESIA ORAZIETTI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family and friends
Criteria: All first- and second-year students displaying strong Christian values, caring attitude, and leadership qualities. To be considered, student must attach a letter outlining these qualities supported by two or more reference letters (one can be from a Sault College faculty member). *Additional documentation required for this award*

PUC SERVICES MERIT AWARD (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) (A)
Value: $500
Number: 2
Sponsor: PUC Services
Criteria: Electrical Engineering students who have gone the extra mile to attain their educational goals.

PUC SERVICES MERIT AWARD (OFFICE ADMINISTRATION) (A)
Value: $500
Number: 2
Sponsor: PUC Services
Criteria: Office Administration students who have gone the extra mile to attain their educational goals.

WILLIAM "BUD" PARSONS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $250
Number: 1
Sponsor: The Parsons Family
Criteria: Heavy Equipment/Truck Coach student displaying a great attitude, works well with others in a team environment, an excellent attendance record, and who maintains a strong academic standing.

THE FRANCIS PEGAHMAGABOW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP(A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Elizabeth Vinassac
Criteria: An Indigenous student demonstrating financial need and an excellent academic standing will be chosen for this award.

KEITH ROBERT PELEW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Mrs. Loretta Pelew and family and Mr. Joe Lucchetti
Criteria: Top second-year mathematics student.

SHELBY PEPIN MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family and friends of the late Shelby Pepin
Criteria: The recipient has demonstrated a strong respect for the outdoors, wildlife, the willingness to learn and a passion for outdoor adventures.

PLUMMER MEMORIAL PUBLIC HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING CARE AND COMPASSION AWARD(A)
Value: $300
Number: 1
Sponsor: Graduates of the Plummer Memorial Public Hospital School of Nursing
Criteria: A student who demonsrates care and compassion through patient advocacy and problem-solving skills.

PRESIDENT’S ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $250 or interest earned
Number: Varies
Sponsor: Sault College Staff
Criteria: First-year students who have applied using the online SBA application with a 4.0 GPA These awards are acknowledged at a separate ceremony.

TOMMY PRINCE - WORLD WAR II & KOREAN WAR NATIVE VETERAN SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $100
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault College Native Education staff and students
Criteria: An Indigenous student demonstrating academic excellence and leadership qualities.

PRINCE TOWNSHIP ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD (B)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Corporation of the Township of Prince
Criteria: A student residing in the Township of Prince that demonstrates academic excellence.

RETIRED TEACHERS OF ALGOMA SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Retired Teachers of Ontario - District 3 Algoma
Criteria: Full-time second-year students who have demonstrated a significant commitment to volunteering over the past eighteen months. *Additional documentation required for this award*

ROME'S INDEPENDENT GROCER AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Chris and Kendra Rome
Criteria: Culinary Skills - Chef Training and/or Hospitality Management - Hotel & Resort student. Based on academics, organizational skills, enthusiasm, team commitment, and initiative.

ROTARY CLUB OF SAULT STE. MARIE AWARD (B)
Value: $1,000
Number: 2
Sponsor: Rotary Club of Sault Ste. Marie
Criteria: Upper year students displaying high ethical standards, recognition of the worthiness of all occupations, and the dignifying by each Rotarian to their persona, business, and community life. Additional details available from the Student Financial Assistance Office.

ROTARY CLUB OF SAULT STE. MARIE NORTH - BILL MCGAULEY MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Rotary Club of Sault Ste. Marie North - Club 2775
Criteria: Student registered in General Arts and Sciences - Liberal Studies program taking MTH 131 demonstrating academic excellence, good work ethic, and excellent effort and attitude.

JOHN ROWSWELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE (B)
Value: $500
Number: Varies
Sponsor: Family, friends and colleagues of the late Mayor John Rowswell
Criteria: Upper-year students demonstrating academic excellence.

SAULT COLLEGE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $500
Number: Varies
Sponsor: Sault College Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards Committee
Criteria: Full-time upper-year students demonstrating academic excellence (usually a 4.0 GPA).

SAULT COLLEGE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP - CHAWKERS FOUNDATION (B)
Value: $500
Number: 10
Sponsor: Chawkers Foundation
Criteria: Students demonstrating academic excellence.

SAULT COLLEGE ALUMNI RELATIONS SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault College Alumni Relations
Criteria: All current students registered in the final year of a Certificate, Diploma or Degree program *Additional documentation required"

SAULT COLLEGE ATHLETICS SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: Varies
Number: Varies
Sponsor: Student Financial Assistance Office
Criteria: Varsity athletes.

SAULT COLLEGE ELECTRICAL FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Electrical faculty
Criteria: Second-year Electrical Technician student based on academic achievement.

SAULT COLLEGE FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (A)
Value: $250
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault College Athletic Department
Criteria: Presented to the female athlete who best displays outstanding ability, leadership, sportsmanship and academic proficiency.

SAULT COLLEGE GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: varies
Number: varies
Sponsor: Sault College Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards Committee
Criteria: Students demonstrating academic excellence.

SAULT COLLEGE HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND TRUCK TECHNOLOGY EXCELLENCE AWARD (A)
Value: $250
Number: 1
Sponsor: Heavy Equipment Department staff
Criteria: Second-year H.E.T. student based on scholastic excellence, reliability, co-operation, and leadership.

SAULT COLLEGE RETIREES AWARD (B)
Value: $500
Number: 3
Sponsor: Sault College Retired Employees
Criteria: First-year student demonstrating academic success and other criteria as determined by sponsor and SBA Committee.

SAULT COLLEGE STUDENT’S UNION - STUDENT LEADERSHIP AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault College Student’s Union
Criteria: Executive member of the Student’s Union demonstrating strong leadership and planning/organizational skills.

SAULT RECREATION HOCKEY ASSOCIATION FUN THROUGH RECREATION AWARD (B)
Value: $1,000
Number: 2
Sponsor: 2004/05 Sault Recreation Hockey Association Executive
Criteria: Returning students demonstrating financial need and having participated in minor hockey (house league level) preferably with the SRHA. *Additional documentation required for this award*

SAULT STE. MARIE FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION LOCAL 529 SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $500
Number: 2
Sponsor: Sault Ste. Marie Firefighters Assocation Local 529
Criteria: CICE students who demonstrates teamwork, leadership, and community involvement/volunteerism or who demonstrates commitment, initiative, and dedication toward academic studies.

SAULT STE. MARIE POLICE SERVICE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD (OFFICE ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM) (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault Ste. Marie Police Service
Criteria: Awarded to an Office Administration-Executive student with excellent academic standing and work ethic.

SAULT STE. MARIE POLICE SERVICE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR PROTECTION, SECURITY & INVESTIGATIONS/POLICE FOUNDATIONS PROGRAM (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault Ste. Marie Police Service
Criteria: First-year Protection, Security & Investigations or Police Foundations student achieving highest academic standing.

SAULT STE. MARIE POLICE SERVICE COMPUTER STUDIES EXCELLENCE AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault Ste. Marie Police Service
Criteria: Academic excellence, good work ethic, effort, attitude and contribution to class.

SAULT STAR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $1,000
Number: 2
Sponsor: The Sault Star
Criteria: Upper-year students demonstrating academic excellence.

THE ANIRUDDH SAWANT COMMEMORATIVE AWARD (A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family and friends of Aniruddh Sawant
Criteria: Graduating student in the Aviation Technology (Flight) program with at least a 3.0 GPA and a deep passion to fly - whose character, like Ani's, would make the world a better place. A student who plans to pursue his/her Instructor's rating.

KRISTA SEPP MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $150 plus third-year tuition fees
Number: 1
Sponsor: Friends and family of the late Krista Sepp
Criteria: Third-year Child Care Worker program student based on academic excellence, professional attitude and commitment.

SKILLED TRADES & APPRENTICESHIP SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology and O.P.S.E.U. Local 613
Criteria: Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship student demonstrating good grades, financial need, and community involvement.

SMART SERVE ONTARIO SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $1000 & $500
Number: 2
Sponsor: Smart Serve Ontario
Criteria: Second-year Hospitality Management - Hotel & Resort students with a high GPA, and demonstrating professionalism and employability characteristics.

SOCIAL SERVICE WORKER - NATIVE SPECIALIZATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARD - A (A)
Value: $100
Number: 1
Sponsor: Native Education & Training Department students, faculty and friends
Criteria: First-year Social Service Worker - Native students with excellent academic standing and continuing into the second year of the program.

SOCIAL SERVICE WORKER - NATIVE SPECIALIZATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARD - B (A)
Value: $100
Number: 1
Sponsor: Native Education & Training Department students, faculty and friends
Criteria: Second-year Social Service Worker - Native students with excellent academic achievement and a positive role model who demonstrates professionalism and commitment to the field.

SOCIAL SERVICE WORKER - NATIVE SPECIALIZATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARD -OSHKI-PIMANCHE-O-WIN (A)
Value: $100
Number: 2
Sponsor: Native Education & Training Department students, faculty and friends
Criteria: A first- and second-year student demonstrating excellent academics and postive role model attributes.

DR. SARDAR SOHI & MARIA SUTTON ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 2
Sponsor: Dr. Sardar Sohi, Maria Sutton & the Rotary Club of Sault Ste. Marie
Criteria: Full-time Peace and Conflict Studies students as selected by departmental faculty.

SOO MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY AWARD (B)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Soo Mill and Lumber Company
Criteria: All full-time students based on financial need.

SPIRIT OF SILVILOG AWARD (A)
Value: $250
Number: 1 or 2
Sponsor: Canadian Forestry Service
Criteria: First-year Natural Environment Technician/Technologist student.

ST. JOSEPH ISLAND HUNTERS AND ANGLERS ASSOCIATION AWARD (A)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: St. Joseph Island Hunters and Anglers Association
Criteria: Second or third-year Natural Environment & Outdoor Studies student who shows greatest dedication to Fish and Wildlife Conservation through volunteerism.

ST. MARY'S SCHOOL OF NURSING ALUMNAE AWARD - SAULT STE. MARIE (B)
Value: $750 (approximately)
Number: 1
Sponsor: Nursing Alumnae
Criteria: BScN student registered in second- or third-year of BScN program, preferably a descendent of the St. Mary's School of Nursing, demonstrating competent clinical proficiency, competent academic marks, and one who provides ethical and considerate care to clients and demonstrating financial need.

ADAM SUGDEN MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $200
Number: 1
Sponsor: Wife of the late Adam Sugden
Criteria: Forest Conservation students based on academic achievement.

DR. (MRS.) ALAM SUNDARAM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Value: $1,000
Number: 3
Sponsor: Dr. K.M. Somu Sundaram
Criteria: Full-time final-year students who have demonstrated proven academic excellence, leadership, and financial need. Three scholarships will be awarded annually: two awards for BScN students and one for a Forestry student.

DOUG SYKES AWARD (A)
Value: $100
Number: 1
Sponsor: Doug Sykes Insurance Inc.
Criteria: First-year Business student demonstrating enthusiastic commitment to principles and objectives of the program.

SYSCO FOOD SERVICE AWARD (A)
Value: Plaque
Number: 1
Sponsor: SYSCO Food Service
Criteria: As determined by departmental faculty. Hospitality Centre student demonstrating teamwork, academic skills, punctuality, and determination.

WILLIAM TANK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Bob, Karen and Melissa Tank
Criteria: Pharmacy Technician student who excels in Mathematics and Pharmacology.

THE MARIO TOSELLO MEMORIAL HUMAN SERVICES AWARD (B)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Catherine and Karma Tosello
Criteria: A Human Service program student who has demonstrated his/her commitment to advocacy and empowerment in working with individuals with intellectual disabilities.

MARIO TOSELLO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Value: $300
Number: 1
Sponsor: Community Living Algoma and Catherine Tosello
Criteria: First-year CICE student demonstrating outstanding improvement in the program.

JAMES TURNER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS (A)
Value: $500
Number: 2
Sponsor: Friends, family, and co-workers
Criteria: Second-year Protection, Security & Investigations program students based on GPA 3.0, leadership qualities, and active participation in the program.

USW LOCAL 2251 STUDENT AWARD ESTABLISHED BY JOHN KALLIO (B)
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: John Kallio
Criteria: Child or grandchild of a USW Local 2251 employee - past or present.

UNITY AWARD (A)
Value: Engraved College plaque
Number: 1
Sponsor: Anonymous
Criteria: Graduating student in the BScN program demonstrating his/her support for classmates, class spirit, and unity.

MARYWIN WALKER “SEIZE THE DAY” AWARD (A)
Value: $300
Number: 1
Sponsor: Friends and colleagues of Sault Area Hospital
Criteria: Full-time second-year PN student demonstrating professionalism and commitment to competency in his/her practice.

TOM WHITE ATHLETICS AWARD (A)
Value: $400
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault College staff, friends, and family of the late Tom White
Criteria: Varsity athlete demonstrating exceptional level of commitment and dedication to men’s basketball.

KENDRA WILDMAN MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Sponsor: Friends and family members
Criteria: Female student based on financial need. Student must submit reasons why she feels she qualifies for the award. Personal interviews will be arranged. *Additional documentation required for this award*

MARGARET WILLIAMSON MEMORIAL AWARD (B)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Friends and family of the late Margaret Williamson
Criteria: A single mother or father.

MORGAN ELIZABETH WILSON MEMORIAL AWARD (B)
Value: $250
Number: 1
Sponsor: Family of the the late Morgan Elizabeth Wilson
Criteria: This Memorial Award will be presented to a student who has overcome challenges and has found success at the post-secondary level.

M.R. WRIGHT & FAMILY AWARD (B)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Mr. and Mrs. Mert Wright
Criteria: Engineering program student based on financial need, participation in athletics, student organization, drama, music, etc.

RHONDA WRIGHT RECOGNITION AWARD (A)
Value: $300
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sault College Board of Governors
Criteria: Second-year Automotive Services Technician student whose achievements are based upon a strong work ethic as demonstrated by meeting or exceeding personal goals, who brings a positive attitude to class and has demonstrated a continued willingness to help others succeed in the program.

T. DONALD WRIGHT ADMINISTRATIVE AWARD (A)
Value: $500
Number: 1
Sponsor: Sheree Wright
Criteria: An Office Administration - Executive student who embodies Don's core values - integrity, reliability and commitment.

TYLER YUKE MEMORIAL AWARD (A)
Value: $100
Number: 1
Sponsor: Yuke family and friends
Criteria: An Adventure Recreation and Parks student who has enhanced student life at Sault College through extra-curricular activities and who has selflessly demonstrated initiative and/or leadership qualities.

Other awards may be available; application forms and procedures may be obtained in the Student Financial Assistance Office. Selections are made by donating committees as outlined by individual awards.

Please check the announcement page on your student portal regularly for updates on new awards.

 

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