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210 award(s) found

2012 Graduating Class Adopt-A-Student Bursary

Throughout the Winter 2012 semester, Concordia University's Class of 2012, along with recent graduates and other donors, raised funds to support Bachelor's students in financial need who are nearing the end of their studies. To date more than 700 individuals have contributed towards the endowment for the 2012 Graduating Class Adopt-A-Student Bursary. It is hoped that this bursary will not only assist students to complete their studies, but will encourage others to follow the philanthropic lead demonstrated by the Class of 2012.

Candidates for this bursary may be registered full-time or part-time in Bachelor's programs in any discipline of study, in their penultimate or final year. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

2013 Graduating Class Adopt-A-Student Bursary

The Class of 2013, along with support from Concordia's recent graduates, established the 2013 Graduating Class Adopt-A-Student Bursary to support a current student in financial need. It is hoped that this In-Course Bursary will allow the recipient to complete their studies with less financial pressure. The non-renewable 2013 Graduating Class Adopt-A-Student Bursary is available to full-time or part-time students in any discipline of study, who are are in their penultimate or final year.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

2014 Graduating Class Adopt-A-Student Bursary

The 2014 Graduating Class Adopt-A-Student Bursary was established with donations from more than 900 individuals, including Concordia University's Class of 2014, recent graduates, and other donors. This In-Course Bursary is intended to support students in financial need so recipients may complete their degrees at Concordia University with lessened financial pressure. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Abraham Brodt Bursary for KWPMP Students

The Abraham Brodt Bursary for KWPMP Students is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program (KWPMP) at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business.

This bursary was established to honour Dr. Abraham Brodt, who retired as director of the KWPMP in 2012. Dr. Brodt provided expert leadership and guidance from the program's inception. His determination in finding relevant work internships for students, his recruitment of high-quality mentors and client committee members, and his ability to get support from the "real world" to provide each student with a practical and applied experience all contributed to making the KWPMP the premier program of its kind in Canada.

Students wishing to be considered for this bursary must apply for the In-Course Bursary program and furnish proof of KWPMP membership in the form of an attestation letter from the KWPMP Director.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: KWPMP

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Adopt-A-Student Award in Honour of Richard J. Renaud

This non-renewable entrance bursary was established in 2009 to commemorate the granting of an Honorary Doctorate to Mr. Richard J. Renaud, FCA, LLD, a dedicated and generous benefactor of Concordia University.

The Adopt-A-Student Award in honour of Richard J. Renaud is intended to assist a newly-admitted Varsity Athlete who is studying full-time or part-time in any area of study.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

A. Frank Knowles Scholarship in Accountancy

The A. Frank Knowles Scholarship in Accountancy was established through the generosity of Mrs. Audrey Knowles in 2007 in memory of Mr. A. Frank Knowles, ex-President of Power Corporation. This non-renewable scholarship is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled full-time in the John Molson School of Business in the Bachelor of Commerce program, with a Major In Accountancy. The A. Frank Knowles Scholarship in Accountancy is open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Agostino Di Maria Entrance Scholarship in Accountancy

Established in 2013, the Agostino Di Maria Entrance Scholarship in Accountancy is intended to encourage and reward newly-admitted students in Concordia University's John Molson School of Business with a Major in Accountancy. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Alain Award in Electroacoustics

This award was established in 1985 in honour of Montreal composer Alain Thibault, and is granted annually to a student who demonstrates commitment and ability in the field of electroacoustics. Open to students registered in an Electroacoustics course in the preceding academic year within the Music Department of the Faculty of Fine Arts. Interested candidates should contact the Chair of the Music Department.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Electroacoustic Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Alex Lawrie Memorial Scholarship

The Alex Lawrie Memorial Scholarship was established in 2007 by friends, colleagues, and family, in commemoration of the memory and lifetime contributions of Alex Lawrie to the Concordia University community. The purpose of the Alex Lawrie Memorial Scholarship is to support and encourage full-time student athletes pursuing Bachelor's program studies at Concordia University in any field. Candidates will be a current member of the Concordia Rugby or Soccer Team.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding athletic and academic merit by the Department of Athletics.

Alice Herz-Sommer Memorial Music Bursary

The Alice Herz-Sommer Memorial Music Bursary was created in 2014 in memory of Alice Herz-Sommer, pianist and the world's oldest Holocaust survivor. Alice recently passed away at 109 years old. Her story was shared in a short film entitled The Lady In Number 6, which won the Academy Award for Best Short Documentary in 2014. Three Concordia University alumni were involved in the film's production. In the film, Alice Herz-Sommer discussed the importance of music, laughter, and having an optimistic outlook in life.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Music

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Alice LeCouvie Entrance Bursary

The Alice LeCouvie Bursary was established in 2014 by Concordia University staff member Leisha LeCouvie, with her daughters Emily and Lily, as a pledge to the Community Campaign. The Alice LeCouvie Bursary pays tribute to their mother and grandmother who as a single mother, worked full time, and still found time to pursue part-time studies at Concordia University. The Alice LeCouvie Bursary will provide support to newly-admitted full-time and part-time Bachelor's students who are also single parents. The bursary may be renewed on the basis of continuing enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Andrea Bolger Bursary

This bursary was established in 2007 through the benevolence of Andrea Bolger, a Concordia University Alumna who graduated with a Master in Business Administration. Ms. Bolger is now Senior Vice-President for the Royal Bank Financial Group in Toronto. This bursary is intended to support and encourage deserving full-time undergraduate students in the John Molson School of Business, and is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and acceptable academic standing.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Anna Nack Adopt-A-Student Bursary for the Liberal Arts College

Mrs. Anna Nack holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Liberal Arts College at Concordia University. This non-renewable In-Course Bursary is intended to encourage and support full-time and part-time students enrolled as members of the Liberal Arts College, with a Major or Honours in Western Society and Culture.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Liberal Arts College

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Ann Duncan Travel and Tuition Award At The Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery

The Ann Duncan Travel and Tuition Award At The Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery is intended to help offset the cost of the recipient's full-time tuition and fees, and travel to a significant contemporary international event (as determined by the selection committee) bringing together artists from across the world such as Biennales, Triennales, or Documenta, held in various countries around the world. Art fairs of any kind such as Frieze, Miami, Cologne, Paris, and Basel are excluded from consideration for this award.

The event must occur and the candidate's travel must be completed within the twelve month period immediately following their selection. The Ann Duncan Travel and Tuition Award At The Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery is open to second year Undergraduate students in Art History and Studio Arts, and shall alternate from year to year between these two areas.

For 2010-2011 the award is restricted to Art History candidates - the competition is is now underway, and submissions are being accepted until December 1 2010 at 5:00 p.m.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Studio Arts, Art History

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected following a competition administered by the Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery. When the next competition is held an announcement will be posted on the Financial Aid and Awards Office website.

Ann Kerby Scholarship for Students With Disabilities

The Ann Kerby Scholarship for Students With Disabilities was created in 2004 to honour Ann Kerby and her tireless and active leadership on behalf of disabled students, during her tenure as Director of Advocacy and Support Services at Concordia University. Ann Kerby retired from Concordia University in September 2004 after 37 years of dedicated service to the institution. This scholarship is open to full-time and part-time Undergraduate and Graduate students who are registered with, and have fulfilled, the intake processes of the Office of Students with Disabilities. The Ann Kerby Scholarship for Students with Disabilities is available both as an Entrance Scholarship for qualified newly-admitted students, and an In-Course Scholarship for qualified returning students. Recipients are selected by the Office of Students with Disabilities. This scholarship is renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This award is part of the In-Course Scholarships, and Entrance Scholarships programs. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities each year. Information on the application process and related deadlines is available from the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities. The competition for 2012-2013 is now closed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Arab World International Bursary

This bursary was established in 1995 by Concordia University through the generosity of a number of Arab Gulf States. This bursary is intended to assist students from the Arab world during their studies at Concordia University. This bursary is available to full-time students who can demonstrate citizenship of any member state of the League of Arab States, or who, while stateless, reside in an Arab League state. While this bursary is open to students who hold Canadian Citizenship or Permanent Resident status, preference will be given to candidates who are International Students.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Auchinachie Scholarship

The Auchinachie Scholarship marks the contribution of Gerald Muir Auchinachie to the Department of English at Sir George Williams and Concordia University. In his career (1968 to 1997), he exemplified high academic standards, wit, and scholarly generosity, and as academic advisor and Chair of the department dedicated his efforts to the welfare of Undergraduates, taking continuing interest and satisfaction in their subsequent achievements. The Auchinachie Scholarship is awarded annually on the basis of high academic standing to newly-admitted full-time students in Honours English or Honours English and Creative Writing. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: English

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Balvir and Ranjna Singh Memorial Scholarship In Economics

This non-renewable scholarship was established in 2011 in memory of former faculty member of Concordia University, Dr. Balvir Singh and his wife Ranjna who were, along with their three children Shobhna, Shalini, and Abhinav, amont the hundreds of victims tragically killed in the bombing of Air India flight 182 on June 23 1985.

The Balvir and Rana Singh Memorial Scholarship In Economics are intended to encourage academic excellence among students in the University's Department of Economics, where Dr. Singh taught as a full professor for many years. In an interview with The Montreal Gazette in the days following the tragedy, those who knew Dr. Singh best praised him as an extraordinary economist and a devoted family man.

Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts program, with a Major, Specialization, or Honours in Economics.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Economics

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Barbara Kay Bursary

The Barbara Kay Bursary, established by Ronald Kay in 2013 in honour of his wife Barbara's 70th birthday, is intended to assist a single parent who is enrolled in Bachelor's program at Concordia University. Preference will be given to a student in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry however students in other disciplines of study may be considered if there isn't an eligible candidate in the aforementioned department. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted, Chemistry, Biochemistry

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Barbara Koch Bursary

The Barbara Koch Bursary was created in 2006 through the generosity of Ms. Barbara Koch, Graduate Diploma 1983 and M.A. 1988 (History and Philosophy of Religion), as a part of Concordia University's Adopt-A-Student Program. This bursary is open to full-time and part-time Bachelor's students in the Faculty of Arts and Science, who are pursuing their studies in any of the following areas within the Humanities sector: Classics, Modern Languages, and Linguistics; History; Communication Studies; English; Etudes Francaises; Journalism; Philosophy; Theological Studies. The bursary may be renewed for the next academic year based on continuing enrollment and a Grade Point Average of at least 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Classics, Modern Languages, Linguistics, History, Communication Studies, English, Etudes Francaises, Journalism, Philosophy, Theological Studies

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Ben Cohen Butterfly Bursary

The Ben Cohen Butterfly Bursary was created in 2014 in loving memory of Ben Cohen to celebrate his passion for life, his pursuit of wisdom, and his love of studying at Concordia University. The bursary is funded by family and friends who share Ben's distinct ideals, ethics & beliefs which defined his unique character. A former student from Concordia's Department of Communication Studies from 2010 to 2013, Ben highly appreciated the support of the faculty and staff in the Department of Communication Studies throughout his studies.

In many cultures, the butterfly signifies the soul, which has special significance to the Cohen family - hence the name of the bursary. The Ben Cohen Butterfly Bursary is intended to support deserving newly-admitted full-time students in Communication Studies. It may be renewed in subsequent years on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and satisfactory academic standing.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Bernard Lamarre Adopt-A-Student Entrance Scholarship

The Bernard Lamarre Adopt-A-Student Entrance Scholarship was established in 2008. This non-renewable Entrance Scholarship is available to students who are newly-admitted to full-time Bachelor's programs in all Faculties, in any area of study.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Boire Bursary for Single Parents

The Boire Bursary for Single Parents was created in 2007 through the generosity of Ms. Jennifer Boire. Ms. Boire received her Master of Arts in the Faculty of Arts and Science in 1995, and established this bursary in order to help students who must balance their studies and home life. Preferred candidates will be enrolled in a Major (or higher) in the Department of English. This bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing enrollment and acceptable academic standing.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Brian Rowland Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary

This bursary was established in 2011 by Brian Rowland, MSc Administration from the John Molson School of Business, to support and encourage a newly-admitted full-time student either in the Faculty of Fine Arts or in the John Molson School of Business. Candidates for this bursary must have a minimum GPA of 3.30. It is renewable in subsequent years on the basis of continuing full-time enrolment and a GPA of 3.30.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business, Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Brian Slack Award in Urban Studies

The Brian Slack Award in Urban Studies was established in 2007 through the generosity of donors to the former Harry Clinch Book Prize, as well as donors from the Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment, and friends. The Brian Slack Award in Urban Studies is intended to encourage and recognize excellence in Undergraduate students who are pursuing studies in the Urban Studies program at Concordia University. Eligible candidates must be in their second year of studies with minimum of 24 credits completed in their programs at Concordia University. Candidates will be considered on the basis of academic excellence in first-year core courses (URBS 230, 240, 250, 260). This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Urban Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment.

Brian T. Counihan Scholarship for Outstanding Contribution to Student Life

This award was established in 1995 in honour of Brian T. Counihan's contributions to student life over his 25-year tenure as the first Dean of Students of Concordia University. This scholarship is awarded, at the discretion of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee and upon recommendation by a staff member, in recognition of contribution to student life and academic achievement, to a student, without restriction to level of study, student status or citizenship. Candidates will be required to have completed one full academic year or equivalent and have a minimum GPA of 3.30.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. As is indicated above, candidates are nominated to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by staff members of the University. Nominations for the current academic year will be accepted until November 29 2013.

Brock McElheran Memorial Scholarship

Maestro McElheran was a professor emeritus and senior fellow at SUNY Potsdam's Crane School of Music. In addition to his association with the Crane Chorus, the University of Toronto, the Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto), the Berkshire Music Centre and the summer chorus of the Philadelphia Orchestra, he conducted the Choral Nouvelle de Montreal from 1987 to 1996 and its predecessor the Elgar Choir from 1972 to 1979.

This non-renewable entrance scholarship is intended to recognise and reward students newly admitted to the Bachelor of Fine Arts program in the area of Vocal Studies.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Music

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Campaign For a New Millennium ENCS Scholarship

The Campaign For A New Millennium ENCS Scholarship was established in 2009 through the generosity of donors, friends, and supporters of Concordia University. This non-renewable scholarship is intended to recognize and reward full-time Undergraduate students in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, in any area of study.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Campaign For A New Millennium Entrance Scholarship in Arts and Science

The Campaign For A New Millennium Entrance Scholarship in Arts and Science was established through the generosity of alumni, faculty, staff, and friends who contributed to the Campaign For A New Millennium. The Campaign For A New Millennium Entrance Scholarship in Arts and Science is intended to encourage and reward newly-admitted full-time students in the Faculty of Arts and Science, who are pursuing an Undergraduate degree in any discipline of study. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Campaign for a New Millennium Student Contribution Bursary

These bursaries were established in 1997 through ongoing student contributions to the Capital Campaign and were created to assist Concordia students and are awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need. These bursaries are available to all full- and part-time students in the Faculty of Arts and Science, the John Molson School of Business, and the Faculty of Fine Arts. The Campaign for a New Millennium Student Contribution Bursary program is not available to students in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science, John Molson School of Business, Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Campaign for a New Millennium Student Contribution Scholarship

These scholarship were established in 1997 through ongoing student contributions to the Capital Campaign. They were created to recognize the academic achievement of Concordia students. These scholarships are available to all full- and part-time students in the Faculty of Arts and Science, the John Molson School of Business, and the Faculty of Fine Arts. The Campaign for a New Millennium Student Contribution Scholarship program is available to students in the Faculty of Arts and Science, the Faculty of Fine Arts, and the John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science, John Molson School of Business, Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Carol and Bruce Mallen Award for Cinema Entrepreneurship

This award was established through the generosity of Carol and Bruce Mallen, respectively alumni of Concordia University and Sir George Williams University (now Concordia). Carol Mallen served for over a decade as chief creative executive of a Los Angeles-based motion picture production company. Entrepreneur, Producer and Academic, Bruce Mallen served as Dean of the College of Business at Florida Atlantic University and was the founder of the DeSantis Center for Motion Picture Industry Studies. A member of the Producers Guild of America, the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, the Society for Cinema and Media Studies and the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema Advisory Board, Bruce Mallen has been honoured with many awards and honorary degrees. Dr. and Mrs. Mallen established this award to recognize the work and creativity of a Film Production student who demonstrates entrepreneurial ability combined with creative process - thus reflecting the values and accomplishments of Dr. Mallen's extraordinary career. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Cathy Watt Award in Vocal Studies

Established in 2011 through the generosity of Professor Kevin Austin, this award is intended to encourage and reward students enrolled in the Music program at the University (and exceptionally, recent graduates of this same program), who show excellence and potential in vocal studies and whose commitment and spirit towards music and culture reflect the values exemplified by the singer Cathy Watt. Cathy devoted two decades to the success of Concordia University's Department of Music.The Cathy Watt Award in Vocal Studies is non-renewable however recipients may reapply and be considered again in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Music

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Charles Ellison Award in Jazz Studies

The Charles Ellison Award in Jazz Studies is intended to encourage and reward students in the BFA Specialization in Jazz Studies program, whose commitment and spirit towards jazz and / or Jazz Studies reflect the values and dedication exemplified by Charles Ellison. Mr. Ellison is a longstanding Faculty member of the Department of Music department, coordinator of the Jazz Studies program, teacher, trumpeter, composer of distinction, and a renowned musician. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Jazz Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Chartwells Entrance Bursary

Established in 2013 through the generosity of Chartwells, a leading provider of on-campus dining solutions, this bursary is intended to encourage and reward students who are in financial need and are newly-admitted to Bachelor's programs in any area of study at Concordia University. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Christopher Jackson Bursary

Established in 2006, the Christopher Jackson Bursary is intended to provide emergency assistance to students in the Faculty of Fine Arts who are in crisis, and who are in danger of having to discontinue their studies as a result. Student recipients will also be able to demonstrate commitment, spirit and dedication to their studies.

For more than thirty years, Christopher Jackson has been a leader in the field of early music in Montréal. An accomplished musician and choirmaster, Mr. Jackson co-founded the Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal (SMAM) in 1974 and, in 1988, became its Artistic Director. In 1977, Mr. Jackson joined the Music Department at Concordia University where he has since occupied various administrative posts. Mr. Jackson was the Dean of Concordia University's Faculty of Fine Arts from 1994 until September 2005.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

CIBC Undergraduate Entrance Bursary

The CIBC Undergraduate Entrance Bursary was established in 2009 by the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. The CIBC is a leading Canadian-based financial institution with more than 42,000 employees which is dedicated to helping its clients achieve what matters to them, delivering consistent and sustainable performance for its shareholders, and making a difference through corporate donations, sponsorships and the volunteer spirit of employees. With a focus on youth, education and health, CIBC invested close to $34 million in communities across Canada in 2010.

The CIBC Undergraduate Entrance Bursary is available to newly-admitted full-time Undergraduate students in the John Molson School of Business in the Bachelor of Commerce or the Bachelor of Administration program, in any area of study. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Cinmar Adopt-A-Student Bursary

The Cinmar Adopt-A-Student Bursary was established in 2007 through the generosity of Marco Ottoni, a Concordia University Alumna who graduated in 1993 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree. The Cinmar Adopt-A-Student Bursary is intended to assist single parents who are enrolled in Bachelor's studies on a part-time basis. This bursary is renewable in future years on the basis of continuing enrollment and acceptable academic standing.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Classics, Modern Languages & Linguistics Scholarship

The Classics, Modern Languages & Linguistics Scholarship was established in 2008 through the generosity of the Department of Classics, Modern Languages & Linguistics, as well as its faculty, staff, and friends. This scholarship recognises and rewards excellent full-time and part-time students who are pursuing a Major in Classics, Linguistics, or Spanish. It is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time or part-time enrollment in any of the aforementioned areas of study, and a Last Annual GPA of at least 3.30.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Classics, Linguistics, Spanish

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Colors of Concordia Award

This award was established in 2005 through the fundraising efforts of members and friends of the Colors of Concordia Team, which has had over 200 participants from 62 countries in Montréal's annual Tour de l'Ile for several years. The guiding philosophy of the Colors of Concordia Team, and the Colors of Concordia Award, resides in promoting awareness, cooperation, cultural integration and communication, and the bringing together of different cultural communities. As such, the purpose of this award is to encourage and reward a full-time or part-time student (ambassador) at Concordia, who has demonstrated initiative in trying to unite people from different cultures (religious, ethnic, sovereign) and who remains committed to promoting cultural integration. Candidates must prove participation and involvement in on-campus cultural groups, as a Concordia student on an International Student Exchange Program, or in other initiative that promote, either within the local Montreal community or with an outside community, awareness, cooperation and cultural integration.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected each year by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Commerce and Administration Students' Association Awards

This awards program was established in 1990 by the Commerce and Administration Students' Association. It is awarded annually to full-time and part-time students on the basis of scholastic performance and contribution to student life in the John Molson School of Business.

Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.00, and must submit a one-page statement which details their contribution to, or involvement in, student life at the John Molson School of Business. The awards may be renewed in the following academic year on the basis of the recipient's continuing full-time or part-time enrollment in the John Molson School of Business, and a minimum GPA of 3.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected each year by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee.

Concordia Memorial Golf Tournament Endowed Bursary

The Concordia Memorial Golf Tournament Endowed Bursary was established through the efforts and community spirit of the Concordia Memorial Golf Tournament Committee. The annual tournament owes its continuing popularity and success to the participation and generosity of more than 275 members of the Concordia community, the senior administration of the University, and corporate sponsors.

Thanks to the benevolence of participants and donors, a permanent endowment has been established which presently funds four bursaries each year - one bursary will be awarded to a student in each Faculty / School. The endowment continues to grow and the Concordia Memorial Golf Tournament Committee will, as time goes by, be able to increase the number of bursaries available.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Concordia University 25th Anniversary Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1999 to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the creation of Concordia University. This non-renewable scholarship is available to all full-time students, including International students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Concordia University Hong Kong Foundation Scholarship

The Concordia University Hong Kong Foundation was established in 1998 by a group of Concordia's Hong Kong alumni, who number over 600. The Foundation's primary objective is to provide a number of undergraduate entrance scholarships to excellent students. This scholarship program is comprised of the following awards:

- Concordia Hong Kong Foundation Entrance Scholarship

- Dr. Frederick Lowy Scholarship

- Dr. Lui Che Woo Entrance Scholarship

- Mr. & Mrs. Dennis YM Chan Entrance Scholarship

These scholarships are awarded, on the basis of academic achievement, to students of Hong Kong or Chinese citizenship who are graduating from secondary school in the Hong Kong S.A.R. or the People's Republic of China.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to International Students only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Awards

The Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Awards program was established in 2005 through the generosity of the Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association, with a matching contribution from the University. This In-Course Bursary is intended to assist and encourage deserving students to complete their studies at Concordia University. The Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Awards provides a renewable bursary to a full-time or part-time student enrolled in a Bachelor's program in any University department. Candidates must have completed a minimum of 24 credits in their programs, have a minimum G.P.A. of at least 3.0, and demonstrate active involvement in the greater community, or in student life at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Concordia University Shuffle Entrance Scholarships

These scholarships were established through the participation and generosity of the University community and friends of the University. The Concordia Shuffle consists of a fund-raising “Walk-a-Thon” each year between the Sir George Williams and Loyola Campuses of Concordia University. A number of Entrance Scholarships are awarded to students entering University-level studies for the first time. The recipients will be selected on the basis of academic ranking as assigned by the University in the course of admission file processing, and full-time enrollment (the Faculty of Fine Arts selects Entrance Scholarship candidates on the basis of portfolios, auditions or interviews).

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Concordia University Shuffle In-Course Bursaries

These bursaries were established through the participation and generosity of the University Community and Friends of Concordia. The Concordia Shuffle consists of a fund-raising “Walk-a-Thon” each year between the Sir George Williams and Loyola Campuses of Concordia University. These non-renewable bursaries are available to all full-time Bachelor's students in any area of study.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Concordia University Staff-Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1996 through the generosity of non-teaching staff at Concordia University who contributed to the Campaign For A New Millennium, the Concordia University Staff-Endowed Scholarship is open to full-time and part-time students in Bachelor's programs in any Faculty, in any discipline of study. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Concordia University Student Support Emergency Bursary

This emergency bursary program was established in 2009 by Concordia University. It is intended to assist Undergraduate students at Concordia University who are experiencing circumstances which are creating considerable financial hardship for them, requiring an urgent financial response. Preference is given to First Nations or visible minority students, however all full-time Undergraduate students are eligible to be considered for this emergency assistance.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

Students wishing to be considered for emergency assistance must visit the Financial Aid and Awards Office in GM-230 and see a Financial Aid Advisor.

Couleur Jazz Award in Music

The Couleur Jazz Award program was established through the benevolence of RNC Media Inc., and is intended to recognize and reward outstanding full-time students in the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Jazz Studies) program at Concordia University. Candidates for this non-renewable award are selected each year by the Jazz Studies Committee and the Chair of the Music Deparment. For further information, consult the Department of Music.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Jazz Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Cristelle and Rabih Sebaaly Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Commerce

The Cristelle and Rabih Sebaaly Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Commerce is an Entrance Bursary for students newly-admitted to the Bachelor of Commerce program at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business. This bursary was made possible through the generosity of Cristelle and Rabih Sebaaly, who both graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce in 2002 and 2001 respectively. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Danielle Morin Award

This award was established by the Commerce and Administration Students' Association, to honour Dr. Danielle Morin. It is open to full-time and part-students enrolled in Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Administration programs in the John Molson School of Business. Applicants must submit a one-page essay detailing their contributions to, and involvement in, student life in Concordia University's John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Dave Campbell Award of Distinction in Athletic Therapy

This award, established in 2011 by J.D. and Andrea Miller, and named in honour of Concordia alumnus and Concordia Physio Sport co-founder Dave Campbell, is intended to recognise all around student excellence in Athletic Therapy at Concordia University. Dave Campbell, a Certified Athletic Therapist and Osteopath, is widely recognised for his leadership over the past 25 years in the clinical pursuit of athletic therapy excellence and the professional development of young athletic therapists.

Candidates for this award must be full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program with a Specialization in Exercise Science - Athletic Therapy option, and must be in their final full year of studies with a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0. Candidates will demonstrate a combination of skill, experience, amd a commitment to pursuing their certification with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association. This award is non-renewable and recipients may not reapply in subsequent years.

Students seeking more information about the annual timeframe and application process for this award should contact the Athletic Therapy Director in the Department of Exercise Science.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Athletic Therapy, Exercise Science

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Further information about applying for this award may be obtained from the Athletic Therapy Director in the Department of Exercise Science.

David Crevier Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary

In honour of David Crevier's 60th birthday, the Renaud family established the David Crevier Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in 2009. This bursary will, in perpetuity, support full-time Undergraduate students at Concordia University. It may be renewed on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and acceptable academic standing.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

David Frost Memorial Scholarship

The David Frost Memorial Scholarship was created in 2007 by friends and colleagues of the late David Frost, an esteemed professor in the Department of Geography who passed away in 2005. This non-renewable scholarship is open to students in the B.Sc. Honours in Environmental Science and the B.A. Honours in Human Environment. Candidates must be in their final year of study, and currently enrolled in GEOG 491 (Honours Essay).

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Environmental Science, Human Environment

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

David Schwieger Bursary

Created in 2012 through the generosity of Cecilia Danysk, this non-renewable In-Course Bursary was established in memory of David Schwieger. It is intended to support and encourage full-time and part-time students in Bachelor's programs in any discipline of study.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Diane Guerrera Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Studio Arts

The Diane Guerrera Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Studio Arts was established in 2008 thanks to the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. J. Renaud and friends in honour of Diane Proulx Guerrera, on the occasion of her birthday.

Diane Guerrera is the co-founder of the CURE Foundation. In 1996, Diane Proulx Guerrera was diagnosed with breast cancer. Following a biopsy, chemotherapy and radiation, Diane was declared cancer-free. Both Diane and her husband wanted to ensure that there would be funds available to continue the research and treatments that had saved her life, and to improve the outcome for those affected by breast cancer. In this spirit, they founded the CURE Foundation for breast cancer in 1996. In order to raise the necessary financial support, the CURE Foundation initiated National Denim Day in 1997. Businesses and organisations were enrouraged to participate by allowing employees to wear denim at work in exchange for a suggested donation to the CURE Foundation.

Since its inception, CURE has helped raise over 14 million dollars for breast cancer research, education, and equipment. Hundreds of thousands of Canadians have worn their jeans to their workplace, to help CURE find a way to eradicate one of the deadliest diseases threatening Canadian families. Diane Proulx Guerrera has, with her husband Sal Guerrera, made a significant difference to the lives of women and their families.

The non-renewable Diane Guerrera Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Studio Arts is intended to encourage and reward newly-admitted full-time students in the Studio Arts program.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Studio Arts

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Don Arioli Award

Don Arioli was a writer, a gifted draftsman and an entertaining children's television personality. Though small in stature, Don Arioli was a towering force in the world of animation. He was very proud of his work “Loops to Learn By”; a series of single concept films designed to teach children with severe learning disabilities. Don Arioli also worked on Sesame Street, and with Chuck Jones, creator and animator of the Roadrunner and many of the best loved Bugs Bunny films. Don Arioli helped to create such classics as “Another Froggy Evening” and “Chariots of Fur.” Known for his quick wit and infectious smile, Don Arioli used humour as a tool to communicate by and in doing so, created a legacy of delight with his animated works.

The Don Arioli Award is intended to encourage and recognize students who are enrolled in the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema with a study emphasis in animation. This Award will be given out annually. Student recipients will demonstrate a love of animation, a strong knowledge of the work of Don Arioli, and who may also require financial assistance. The successful applicant will also demonstrate commitment, spirit, dedication and delight towards animation and its power to explain, entertain and amuse — as reflected in the career of Don Arioli. Candidates are recommended for this award by Faculty members and staff within the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Don McGillivray Memorial Prize in Explanatory Journalism

The Don McGillivray Prize in Explanatory Journalism is intended to encourage the art of Explanatory Journalism, that is a story, column or editorial that explains to the reader a complicated matter in easy-to-understand terms.

Don McGillivray (1927-2003) was a reporter, editor and columnist for over 40 years, as well as a professor of Journalism at Concordia and Carleton Universities. His enduring contribution to coverage of public affairs was as a political and economic columnist in Ottawa. As noted in his obituary in The Gazette: “…he brought the common sense of his Prairie dust bowl roots to the business and editorial pages. The economics of running this country weren't a mystery to him and he considered his job was to make sure his readers understood them, too...

How well he succeeded is evidenced by the National Business Awards he won in 1977, 1979, and 1984. He was runner up for the prize in 1978 and 1983. But the recognition McGillivray valued most was the Plain English Award he once received from the Canadian Council of Teachers of English” ... for his smooth-flowing journalistic writing and for a language column he wrote for many years. Mr. McGillivray was also a president and longtime treasurer of the Canadian Association of Journalists, which named its annual outstanding journalism award for him.

Applicants must submit one example of explanatory journalism: a story, column or editorial that explains to readers some complicated matter in easy-to-understand terms. Writing examples could be in any field, including, but not limited to, government law or policy, scientific achievement, economic or financial matters, health or medical treatment or discovery or on any topic of general or public interest. Eligible pieces of writing include class assignments and student or community publications. Submissions that were produced during a paid employment period or summer internship are eligible but must be clearly identified as such and will be treated as examples of professional work by the selection committee. The award is not renewable but recipients may apply to be considered in subsequent years, in which case a new example of work must be submitted. For further information on the application process for this award, contact the Department of Journalism.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

Dorothy Martin Mikalachki Adopt-A-Student Award

The Dorothy Martin Mikalachki Adopt-A-Student Award is intended to encourage and reward full-time students in financial need who maintain a level of academic excellence while finding it difficult to attend studies at Concordia University. This award was established by the donor (BA '59) in gratitude for the financial help she received, based on the same criteria, from Sir George Williams University, which opened the door to many opportunities for her.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Dowan Kwon Memorial Adopt-A-Student Scholarship

The Department of Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems dedicated this scholarship in 2009 in the memory of a dear colleague, Dowan Kwon, who sadly lost his battle with cancer. He was a knowledgeable and talented member of the Faculty and his calm and friendly outlook made him an asset to the department. The Dowan Kwon Memorial Adopt-A-Student Scholarship is intended to recognize and assist full-time students studying in Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems. This scholarship is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 3.30.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Decision Sciences, Management Information Systems

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Dpt. Award in CART

Established in 2013, the Dpt. Award in CART recognizes and rewards excellence among graduating students in the Computational Arts (CART) program in the Department of Design and Computation Arts within the Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University. The award is granted following a juried year-end competition in the department. For information on the competition entry deadline and submission requirements, contact the Department of Design and Computation Arts. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Design and Computational Arts following a year-end adjudicated competition.

Dr. Nishith Mukerji and Dr. Gyan Upreti Memorial Scholarship

The Dr. Nishith Mukerji and Dr. Gyan Upreti Memorial Scholarship is intended to encourage academic excellence in the field of Physics and honour the memory of two members of Concordia's Department of Physics who were among the hundreds of victims tragically killed in the bombing of Air India flight 182 on June 23, 1985.

Dr. Nishith “Nish” Mukerji, L BSc '73, MSc '80, PhD '85, was a dearly beloved teacher at Loyola High School and completed each of his three degrees at the University part-time. Born and raised in Calcutta, Nishith Mukerji arrived in Canada in 1967. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Loyola College in 1973. It was the first summa cum laude degree awarded in the College's evening division's then fifteen-year history. He earned his doctorate in Physics, a lifelong dream according to his son Suman, only a week prior to his death. He is fondly remembered by those who knew him best as a devoted and very popular teacher, a perseverant and accomplished student, as well as a loving family man proud of his three children: Suman (Bcomm '77), Nila and Nipa.

Dr. Gyan C. Upreti was a visiting professor in the Department of Physics, who taught Atomic Physics and Relativity, and Quantum Mechanics I and II at the University. Shortly before leaving Montreal, Dr. Upreti was informed that he had been promoted to full professor at the Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur.

Nishith Mukerji and his wife Shefali, and Gyan Upreti, his wife Hema and young son Vikram all perished in the Air India disaster.

This non-renewable Entrance Scholarship is available to newly-admitted full-time and part-time students in the Bachelor of Science program with a Major or higher in Physics.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Physics

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Dr. Ronald Calderisi Scholarship in Biochemistry

The Dr. Ronald Calderisi Scholarship was established in 2006 by Robert Calderisi in honour of his twin brother Ronald, who died in Northern Ontario in July 2005, where he was Chief of Surgery at the regional hospital in Moose Factory. Dr. Calderisi studied pre-medical sciences at Loyola College in 1964-68 and completed his first medical degree at McGill University in June 1973. He started as a general practitioner at Inuvik in the Far North, then studied surgery, which he completed in 1983 and practised in Vancouver, B.C. for most of his career. He put his whole heart into his work and his family, and ignored the traditional wisdom that doctors should not care deeply about their patients. He treated the whole person, and his gentle humour and warm touch cured many in his care as much as any medicine. One of his favourite passages was from Psalm 37: "He will make your righteousness shine like the dawn; the justice of your cause like the noonday sun."

Mr. Robert Calderisi was Concordia University's first Rhodes Scholar and spent thirty years in international development work with the Canadian Government, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and the World Bank. He is now an economist and writer, living in Montreal.

The Dr. Ronald Calderisi Scholarship in Biochemistry is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry) program, particularly those with a declared interest in continuing their education in the field of medicine. Preference will be given to students from students who are from First Peoples, Métis and Inuit communities however all eligible students are encouraged to apply.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Biochemistry

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected every year by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Edward G. Aust Entrance Bursary

This non-renewable Entrance Bursary was established in 2010 by Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Renaud in memory of the late Edward G. Aust. It is open to full-time students in any faculty in any area of study.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Electrical and Computer Engineering Entrance Scholarship

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Entrance Scholarship was established in 2009 through the generousity of faculty and staff in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. This non-renewable scholarship is intended to encourage and reward newly-admitted full-time students in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

El Sakka Entrance Scholarship in Building and Civil Engineering

Mr. El Sakka is a businessman in the Middle East in the field of construction who believes in the virtues of education. The El Sakka Entrance Scholarship in Building and Civil Engineering was established in 2012, and is intended to recognize and reward academic excellence in students who are newly admitted to the Bachelor of Engineering program in Building Engineering or Civil Engineering. This entrance scholarship may be renewed on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment in Building or Civil Engineering, and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 3.30.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Building Engineering, Civil Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Emergence of the Chief Bursary

The Emergence of the Chief Bursary is intended to support and encourage First Nations students at Concordia University with financial need and satisfactory academic standing. The bursary is available to full-time and part-time students in any area of study. Preference will be given to First Nations students residing in Kahnawake however First Nations students residing outside of Kahnawake are eligible to be considered for this bursary, which is renewable on the basis of continuing enrollment and satisfactory academic standing.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to students of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit origin
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

ERA Environmental Consulting Inc. Bursary

The ERA Environmental Consulting Inc. Bursary was established in 2010 through the generosity of Sarah Sajedi, BSc 1991, and Gary Vegh, BSc 1988, Grad Dip. 1992, in loving memory of Mehrnaz Sajedi. The ERA Environmental Consulting Inc. Bursary is intended to support and encourage a deserving full-time student newly-admitted to the Faculty of Arts and Science, in the Bachelor of Science program in any discipline of study. The bursary may be renewed on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Eric St-Pierre Scholarship

Eric St-Pierre, one of the first graduates of the Loyola College, established this scholarship in 2014 to reward outstanding commitment to the study of Diversity and Sustainability at Concordia University. Candidates must be enrolled full-time in a Bachelor's program with a Minor in Diversity in the Contemporary World, or a Minor in Sustainability Studies. The scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Estefania Renaud Bursary in Art History

The Estefania Renaud Bursary in Art History was established in 2014 by Carolyn and Richard J. Renaud in honor of Estefania's 40th birthday. This non-renewable bursary is intended to encourage and assist full-time students in the Bachelor of Fine Arts program with a Major or higher in Art History.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Art History

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science Student Life Award

The Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science Student Life Award was established in 2007, and is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in Engineering and Computer Science undergraduate programs at Concordia University, who demonstrate commitment towards engineering and computer science student life and Concordia University Engineering and Computer Science students' associations. Applicants may be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or international students.

The Awards shall be granted through competition to full-time students who have completed at least 20 credits in a course of study leading to a Bachelor's / Baccalaureate of Engineering or Bachelor's / Baccalaureate of Computer Science degree. The Award is non-renewable however recipients may reapply and be considered again in subsequent years. For further information on the availability of applications for this award, and the application deadline, contact the Student Affairs Office in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.

Fantasia Award

The Fantasia International Film Festival, a Montréal silver screen staple since 1996, is the largest genre film festival in North America featuring Canadian, North American, and worldwide feature-length premieres as well as shorts and retrospectives.

The Fantasia Award was established in 2013 in celebration of ten years of collaboration between the film festival and Concordia University. It is intended to encourage and reward students enrolled in the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema in Film Animation and Film Production, and granted on the basis of a fiction film created by a student in the course of their studies.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Film Animation, Film Production

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Fariborz and Roya Haghighat Entrance Scholarship in Engineering

The Fariborz and Roya Haghighat Entrance Scholarship in Engineering was founded in 2008, through the benevolence of Dr. Fariborz Haghighat, Professor, Dept. of Building, Civil, and Environmental Engineering.

This Entrance Scholarship is intended to recognise and support academically accomplished newly-admitted full-time students in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science in the Bachelor of Engineering program, in any area of study. The Fariborz and Roya Haghighat Entrance Scholarship in Engineering may be renewed on the basis of continuing full-time registration each Fall/Winter, and minimum Last Annual GPA of 3.70.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Bursary

The First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Bursary endowment was established in 2007 thanks to the benevolence and conscience of a group of donors with deep ties to Concordia University. Their quiet generosity has made the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Bursary program possible, and also provided for the creation of the Elder In Residence program at the Centre for Native Education, which supports and encourages all Native students at Concordia to continue with their program and achieve their highest potential at the University.

Concordia University is dedicated to providing the best possible support services to First Nations, Métis and Inuit students. Concordia University's long standing commitment to Aboriginal education led to the creation of the Centre for Native Education in 1992, the first of its kind in Québec. In 2000, the Centre for Native Education, in collaboration with the School of Community and Public Affairs, spearheaded the creation of a Major in First Peoples Studies, a new program recently approved by Concordia Senate.

In 2005, Concordia University unveiled "The Emergence of the Chief", a statue by artist Dave McGary commemorating the First Nations. The Emergence of the Chief is positioned at a key intersection on the Loyola Campus, where the historic meets the contemporary, affirming links between native peoples and the Concordia community. The land that the Loyola Campus currently occupies has been an anglophone Jesuit college, a French-Canadian family farm and before that, Mohawk territory. The Emergence of the Chief pays homage to Haudenosaune heritage and the Mohawk Nation in particular.

The First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Bursary program is intended to recognise and reward full-time students in Bachelor's programs in any area of study, who are in financial need and acceptable academic standing. Students wishing to be considered for this bursary must be of First Nations, Métis, or Inuit origin. The bursary is not renewable however recipients may reapply in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to students of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit origin
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

France Desmarais Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Exercise Science

In honour of France Desmarais' 50th birthday, the Renaud family established the France Desmarais Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Exercise Science in 2009. This bursary will, in perpetuity, support full-time Undergraduate Exercise Science students at Concordia University. It may be renewed on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and acceptable academic standing.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Exercise Science

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Friends of Concordia Bursary

This bursary fund was established through contributions from various foundations, corporations, alumni, members of the University community, and many other Friends of Concordia. Contributors to this award include endowment funds from Douglas Devenne, Bal Dobbs, Isidore Frishling, Dick MacDonald and Walter Stenhouse. This bursary is available to all full-time students in any area of study.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Friends of Concordia Scholarship

This scholarship fund was established through contributions from various foundations, corporations, alumni, members of the University community, and many other Friends of Concordia. Contributors to this award include endowment funds from Douglas Devenne, Bal Dobbs, Isidore Frishling, Dick MacDonald and Walter Stenhouse. This scholarship is available to all full-time students in any area of study.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Fuller Landau Best Student Paper Award

The Fuller Landau Best Student Paper Award was established in 2010 through the generosity of Fuller Landau, Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors.

This award is available to full-time Undergraduate students in the John Molson School of Business who are enrolled in the Entrepreneurial Family Business course. Candidates will have distinguished themselves by writing a paper on a selected family business. The topic of the paper must be pre-approved by the professor of the Entrepreneurial Family Business course and then formally submitted by the student for this award competition.

Candidates will be considered and a recipient will be chosen by a selection committee for this award in the Department of Management of the John Molson School of Business. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business.

Fuller Landau In-Course Bursary

The Fuller Landau In-Course Bursary was established in 2010 through the generosiy of Fuller Landau, Chartered Accountants amd Business Advisors. This bursary is available to full-time Undergraduate students in the Bachelor of Commerce program, in the John Molson School of Business. Preference will be given to students with a Major or Minor in Entrepreneurship. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Entrepreneurship, Unrestricted

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Garnet Key Entrance Award

The Garnet Key Entrance Award is intended to encourage and reward students newly admitted to Bachelor's programs at Concordia University, whose commitment and spirit towards community involvement and academic excellence reflect the values exemplified by the Garnet Key Society. In addition, the purpose of this non-renewable award is to raise awareness of the Garnet Key Society among students with the hope that it will create further interest and garner greater competition for students entering into the Garnet Key Society.

The Garnet Key Society is a voluntary group that is sponsored by the President of Concordia University, and serves as one of the key elements in promoting a positive image of our institution. The Garnet Key Society is a representative group of Concordia students who hold high academic standing and who are involved in activities both within and outside the University.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Giacomina Marsala Caltagirone Entrance Bursary

Established in 2012 through the generosity of Emanuele and Antonietta Caltagirone, the Giacomina Marsala Caltagirone Entrance Bursary is intended to encourage and support newly-admitted full-time students in the John Molson School of Business, in any discipline of study. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Glencross Family Award in Art Education

This award was established in 2011 in memory of Charlotte Glencross, who was a talented artist and a motivated community activist. In honor of her life and legacy, the Glencross family, led by Charlotte's mother Gwendolin T. Glencross, will establish an endowment to fund an annual award. The Glencross Family Award in Art Education will be issued annually to a student whose work and values reflect creativity, artistry and a vocation for teaching.

Born in Montreal in 1949, Charlotte Glencross achieved her BFA ( Painting ) in 1970 from Concordia University. She carried on and earned a Diploma in Weaving from the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design in 1976 and later completed Apprenticeships in Tapestry in both Germany and France. She became an accomplished artist in weaving, tapestry, water color, batik and ikat, and was well known for her extraordinary gifts in color, texture and conception, as well as for her fine skill and attention to detail.

Candidates for this non-renewable award must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a Major or Specialization in Art Education. Candidates must be in their third year of studies, and will be considered by the Faculty committee for this award on the basis of their demonstrated vocation for teaching, their love of art, and an appreciation of the impact of art on learning in school-aged children.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Art Education

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the selection committee for this award in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Gordon Ritchie Scholarship

The Gordon Ritchie Scholarship was established in 2006 through the generosity of Mr. Gordon Ritchie, BA 1989, Canadian Studies, through Concordia University's Adopt-A-Student Program. This non-renewable scholarship is intended to recognise and reward students currently enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Arts (History) program at Concordia University. The scholarship shall be granted to a full-time student who received the highest mark in the History of Canada (HIST 203/205) in the preceding academic year.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: History

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of History.

Gregory Charles Wilkins Entrance Bursary

This non-renewable Entrance Bursary was established in 2010 by Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Renaud in memory of the late Gregory Charles Wilkins. It is open to full-time students in any faculty in any area of study.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Gregory John Barker Award

This award was established by the family and friends of Gregory John Barker, BFA Music 2008 With Distinction, in his memory.

Gregory John Barker was a wonderful son, brother, uncle, nephew, and friend to many. He embraced life fully with great cheerfulness, single-mindedness, resourcefulness, and rugged independence. He was never satisfied with the status quo but always moved forward to face new challenges and to seek new pathways. He stubbornly danced to his own drum, often ignoring traditional conventions. Fully bilingual, he was very sociable and engaged readily with people.

From as early an age as 16, when he played the piano for the elderly on a geriatric floor at a local hospital, Gregory demonstrated a keen interest and commitment to helping others as a volunteer particularly when it facilitated healing and community-building. Later he went on to work as an English tutor to physically challenged adults (Neil Squire Foundation). While a music student at Concordia University, he regularly entertained a group of blind elderly residents in a seniors' home. Before he passed away, Gregory had undertaken teaching English as a second language to immigrants on a weekly basis.

Gregory was a man apart from the regular conventions of everyday life and society's norms. "Un boheme" by nature, he embraced life fully - befriending many from different language and cultural backgrounds and faith traditions. Above all, Gregory had huge creative talent and a deep sense of family and community.

The Gregory John Barker Award is intended to encourage and recognise students who are enrolled in the Department of Music and who are active in the community. Candidates will demonstrate a love of music and a dedication to community through volunteer work.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Music

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Hanna & Hébert Golf Classic Awards for Varsity Athletes

Established in 2013, the Hanna & Hébert Golf Classic Awards for Varsity Athletes are awarded to Concordia University's top student athletes based on athletic and academic merit.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

The award is part of the In-Course Scholarships program. No application is necessary; candidates are recommended to the Financial Aid and Awards Office by the Department of Recreation and Athletics.

Harry Clinch Award in Geography

The Harry Clinch Award in Geography was established in 2007 through the generosity of donors to the former Harry Clinch Book Prize, as well as donors from the Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment, and friends. The Harry Clinch Award in Geography is intended to encourage and recognize excellence in Undergraduate students who are pursuing studies in the Geography program at Concordia University. Eligible candidates must be in their second year of studies with minimum of 24 credits completed in their programs at Concordia University. Candidates will be considered on the basis of academic excellence in first-year core courses (GEOG 220, 260, 272, 274, 290). This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Geography

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment.

Harvey Shulman Memorial Entrance Scholarship

The Harvey Shulman Memorial Entrance Scholarship is intended to encourage and reward newly-admitted full-time students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who have been accepted as members of the Liberal Arts College. The scholarship is established in memory of Professor Harvey Shulman, who passed away in December 2005. Professor Shulman was a Permanent Fellow and the Principal of the Liberal Arts College at the time of his death. He was also a former Chair of the Political Science department, a former Vice-President of CUFA, a former member of the Board of Governors of the University and a member of the University Senate, in addition to serving on several other university and department of Political Science committees. This scholarship is renewable at the recommendation of the Liberal Arts College which will take into account the student's full-time enrollment, continuing membership in the Liberal Arts College, and academic performance.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Liberal Arts College

This award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by the Liberal Arts College in the Fall term every year on the basis of academic excellence and college membership.

Havie Chinks Bursary in Theatre

Havie Chinks is a woman who is passionate about theatre. Her son, the shining star of her life, is an actor in New York City. As Havie Chinks notes, “While he has worked as a waiter, a baker, and even a Santa Claus at Macy's, he is now able to support himself as a full time actor.” She has always admired his dedication to his craft. Havie Chinks raised her son on her own, yet her son's commitment to succeeding in the performing arts always remained a priority at home. In honour of this — Havie Chinks would like to continue the tradition and support another student in the hope that the recipient of the Havie Chinks Bursary in Theatre would be both dedicated to the craft of acting and also passionate about theatre — reflecting the values of Havie Chinks and those of her son. The Havie Chinks Bursary in Theatre is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the Specialization in Theatre Performance, whose commitment and spirit towards acting reflects a love of theatre and the profession of acting as embodied by Havie Chinks and her son.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Theatre

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Ho-Lin Mark Undergraduate Bursary in Computer Science and Software Engineering

The Ho-Lin Mark Undergraduate Bursary in Computer Science and Software Engineering was established in 2010. It is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Computer Science programs in Software Engineering or Computer Science. The Ho-Lin Mark Undergraduate Bursary in Computer Science and Software Engineering may be renewed on the basis of continuing enrolment in the required area of study, and acceptable academic standing.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Computer Science, Software Engineering

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

HT Adopt-A-Student Bursary

The HT Adopt-A-Student Bursary was established in 2013 through the generosity of the proud parents of a Concordia graduate, to support a full-time or part-time student in financial need, in any Bachelor's program, any discipline of study. It is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Hugh and Trudi Le Caine Award in Electroacoustics

This award was established in 2005 in honour of the Canadian electroacoustic pioneer, inventor, and composer Hugh Le Caine who built the first voltage-controlled synthesizer in the late 1940s, and his wife, a fierce advocate for all the arts, and first patron of the CEC, Trudi Le Caine. The Hugh and Trudi Le Caine Award in Electroacoustics is granted annually to a student who demonstrates commitment and ability in the field of electroacoustics. Open to students registered in an Electroacoustics course in the preceding academic year within the Music Department of the Faculty of Fine Arts. Interested candidates should contact the Chair of the Music Department.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Electroacoustic Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Hugh Haugland Memorial Bursary

The Hugh Haugland Memorial Bursary was established in 2009, and is intended to encourage and reward full-time Undergraduate students currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts program at Concordia University, with a Major or Specialization in Journalism.

Hugh Haugland lived his life with energy, enthusiasm, and a lightness of being that enriched the lives of everyone who knew him. His colleagues remember him as a tireless and committed worker whose compassion and kindness were reflected through his camera lens.

Preferred candidates for the Hugh Haugland Memorial Bursary will have completed JOUR 466 (Photojournalism). This bursary is renewable on the basis of acceptable academic standing and continuing full-time enrollment in the required area of study.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Instructional Technology Award

The Instructional Technology Award is intended to encourage and reward students and teams of students currently enrolled in the final year of a Software Engineering or Computer Science undergraduate program at Concordia University undertaking Capstone or similar term projects in the area of e-learning technology, tools and techniques, preferably as applied to engineering and computer science education and whose commitment and spirit towards multi-media instructional technology, reflect the values exemplified by the best practices of Educational Technology.

Candidates for this award may be Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, or International Students. The award will be granted through competition to a team of full-time students in Software Engineering or Computer Science. All candidates must have a GPA of at least 2.00.

The criteria for the best project will include the following, but will not be limited to:

- Originality of project concept
- Innovation in implementation
- Incorporation of best practises in instructional technology

Students wishing to enter this award competition or seeking more information about it should contact the Office of the Dean in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, or the Department of Computer Science.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.

International Student In-Course Bursary

The International Student In-Course Bursary was created in 2008 through the generosity of Rose Wangechi, BComm '05, and Uche Aghaulor, M Eng ‘05 in appreciation of students who despite their financial difficulties recognize the value of education and strive to attain it. The non-renewable International Student In-Course Bursary is open to full-time International students in any Faculty, in any discipline of study.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to International Students only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Irwin Puyun Ma Adopt-A-Student Bursary

This entrance bursary was created in 2010 through the generosity of Irwin Puyun Ma, B Eng '86, M Eng '89, to encourage a full-time or part-time student in a Bachelor's program in any area of study. This bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing enrollment and satisfactory academic standing.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Jacqueline Desmarais Adopt-A-Student Bursary in the Performing Arts

The Jacqueline Desmarais Adopt-A-Student Bursary in the Performing Arts was established in 2008 by Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Renaud and friends in honour of Mme Jacqueline Desmarais, on the occasion of her 80th birthday.

Jacqueline Desmarais is a philanthropist and a lover of the arts. While she trained as a nurse, her real love was the performing arts - particularly opera. She created her own foundation from which she funded young opera talent and in 1989, she also founded the Montreal Opera Guild. Jacqueline Desmarais is active in the community and across Canada. Known by many as the face of arts in Montréal, she has promoted the development and excellence of arts and culture in this city.

The Jacqueline Desmarais Adopt-A-Student Bursary in the Performing Arts is open to full-time students in their second year of studies or higher, in Contemporary Dance, Music, or Theatre. This bursary is non-renewable however recipients may apply to be considered again in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Contemporary Dance, Music, Theatre

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Jad Saleh Student Life Award in Engineering

This award was established in 2012 through the generosity of Jad Saleh, B Engr 2012, who wishes to show his gratitude towards Concordia University and inspire other students to become involved in University student life while maintaining academic excellence. Applicants for this award must submit an essay detailing their contributions to student life in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science through involvement in ECA activities. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected each Fall by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee.

James and Catherine Dudgeon Memorial Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary

This bursary was established in 2010 by Peter Dudgeon (L BA '66) and his wife Sara Dudgeon, in memory of Peter's parents, James and Catherine Dudgeon. The James and Catherine Dudgeon Memorial Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary is available to full-time Undergraduate students in any area of study at Concordia University. It is renewable based on continuing full-time enrollment and acceptable academic standing (minimum GPA of 2.00 required).

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Jean Charest Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Political Science

In honour of The Honourable Jean Charest's 50th birthday, the Renaud family established the Jean Charest Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Political Science in 2009. This bursary will, in perpetuity, support full-time Undergraduate Political Science students at Concordia University. It may be renewed on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and acceptable academic standing.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Political Science

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Jean-Paul Porcin Adopt-A-Student Bursary

After obtaining a Master's degree in History from the Université de Bourgogne in 1974, Jean-Paul Porcin worked as a journalist at La Haute Marne Libérée, Le Progrès, and Le Journal de Saône-et-Loire, while also working as a Figaro correspondent. This non-renewable bursary commemorates his passing in 1993 and aims to encourage a History or Journalism student involved in the community.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism, History

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Jeri Brown Vocal A Cappella Performance Adopt-A-Student Scholarship

The Jeri Brown Vocal A Cappella Performance Adopt-A-Student Scholarship was established in 2010. The purpose of this competitive performance award is to provide a stimulus of inspiration to dedicated Music students who have sought to focus their energies on the choral or a capella art form.

It is hoped that this award will encourage and reward students in the Music program at Concordia University, with a Specialization in Jazz Studies or Integrative Music Studies, whose commitment and spirit towards Vocal Studies reflect the values and dedication exemplified in the professional life of vocal artist and educator Jeri Brown.

Candidates must demonstrate in writing their interest in Vocal Studies. Eligible applicants will also be assessed on their entrance dossiers and their ongoing performance in the program.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Jazz Studies, Integrative Music Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

John Freund Bursary

The John Freund Bursary was established through the generosity of Mr. John Freund, L BComm 1964. Mr. Freund had a long history of distinguished involvement at Concordia University. From the SGW Men's Hockey Team in 1958 and from the Loyola Men's Hockey Team in 1960, through his most recent involvement as a Board Member of the Loyola Alumni Association, Mr. Freund was also a part of the Loyola Alumni Association Golf Tournament for several years. Furthermore, Mr. Freund worked as a canvasser for many years, received the Benoit Pelland Distinguished Service Award, and was always a very supportive and involved volunteer. John Freund passed away in 2007.

The purpose of the John Freund Bursary is to support and encourage Varsity athletes at Concordia University who are enrolled full-time, and have completed at least one year of studies at Concordia University. This bursary is open to Undergraduate and Graduate students, and is non-renewable. Candidates are recommended by the Department of Athletics each year.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

John M. Gardiner Award

The John M. Gardiner Award was established in 2008, and is intended to support and encourage full-time and part-time students in Bachelor's programs, in any area of study.

Candidates for this bursary must demonstrate commitment and spirit towards attaining a University degree, which reflect the values exemplified by John Gardiner. His determination to attain a University degree by following night courses and his subsequent personal achievements set a fine example of how a person can overcome personal and social challenges.

Candidates for this In-Course Bursary must be in their second year of studies or higher, and must have previously followed a non-credit program at Concordia University's Centre for Continuing Education, and must supply an official transcript from Continuing Education along with their In-Course Bursary application along with an additional statement describing their educational path and future aspirations. This bursary is non-renewable however recipients may apply to be reconsidered in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

John Molson Accounting Society In-Course Accounting Bursary

Established in 2012 through the generosity of the John Molson Accounting Society, this non-renewable bursary is intended to encourage full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce (Accountancy) program at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business. Candidates for this bursary must have a minimum Grade Point Average of 2.70.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

John Molson International Business Association Scholarship

The John Molson International Business Association Scholarship was established in 2007 thanks to the JMSB International Business Association. This non-renewable scholarship is available to full-time students enrolled in the John Molson School of Business in the B.Comm. International Business program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: International Business

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John Molson School of Business Entrance Scholarship for International Students

The John Molson School of Business Entrance Scholarship for International Students is intended to encourage and reward newly admitted full-time International students in the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University. Direct applications are not accepted for this scholarship - candidates are automatically selected by the John Molson School of Business in the course of admission processing on the basis of academic excellence prior to admission to Concordia University. The scholarship is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a Last Annual GPA of at least 3.75.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to International Students only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

John Molson School of Business Scholarship for Academic Excellence

Established in 2013, the John Molson School of Business Scholarship for Academic Excellence is intended to recognize and reward top scholastic achievement in Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Administration students who are in their final year of studies. These scholarships are not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John Molson School of Business Student Support Entrance Bursary

The John Molson School of Business Student Support Entrance Bursary was established thanks to the generosity of the many donors who contributed funds during the Campaign for the New Millennium (1996-1999). This non-renewable Entrance Bursary is open to newly-admitted full-time Undergraduate students in any area of study in the John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

John N. and Sophia Economides In-Course Scholarship in the Fine Arts

Established in 2012, the John N. and Sophia Economides In-Course Scholarship in the Fine Arts is intended for the recognition and encouragement of a full-time Bachelor's student in any discipline of study in Concordia University's Faculty of Fine Arts. Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must be in their second year of studies or higher.

An alumnus of Sir George Williams University (BComm, 1941), Mr. Economides served on the board of directors of the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and became its president; he was also a director of the Concordia University Alumni Association, from 1985 to 1992 and served on Concordia's Board of Governors from 1987 to 1995, when he was named Governor Emeritus. Mr. Economides was invested in the Order of Canada in 1997 and received an honorary doctorate from Concordia University in 1998.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences

This scholarship was established in 2009 through the generosity of Sophia Economides. The John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences will be awarded annually on the basis of academic excellence to a full-time student who is enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts program in any of the following areas of study within the Humanities or Social Sciences sectors:

- Applied Human Sciences
- Classics, Modern Languages, and Linguistics
- Communication Studies
- Economics
- Education
- English
- Études Francaises
- Geography, Planning, and Environment
- History
- Journalism
- Liberal Arts College
- Philosophy
- Political Science
- Religion
- School of Community and Public Affairs
- Simone de Beauvoir Institute
- Sociology and Anthropology
- Theological Studies

Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must be in their second year of studies or higher.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Applied Human Science, Classics Modern Languages and Linguistics, Communication Studies, Economics, Education, English, Études Francaises, Geography Planning and Environment, History, Journalism, Liberal Arts College, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, School of Community and Public Affairs, Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Sociology and Anthropology, Theological Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship in the Natural Sciences

This scholarship was established in 2008 through the generosity of Sophia Economides. The John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship in the Natural Sciences will be awarded to a full-time student on the basis of academic merit, who enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program in any of the following areas of study:

- Biology
- Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Exercise Science
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Physics
- Psychology

Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must be in their second year of studies or higher.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Exercise Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics, Psychology

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship – John Molson School of Business

Established in 1999, this scholarship is available to full-time students enrolled in Bachelor of Administration and Bachelor of Commerce programs within the John Molson School of Business. Candidates must be in their second or third year of studies, with a minimum of 24.00 credits completed in program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John W. O'Brien Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1984 to honour Dr. John W. O'Brien, the first Rector of Concordia University, for his contribution to Sir George Williams University and Concordia University. This non-renewable scholarship is available to full-time students in the Honours Economics program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Economics

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in consultation with the Economics department.

Joseph and Franca Borsellino Entrance Bursary

Established in 2011, the Joseph and Franca Borsellino Entrance Bursary is available to newly-admitted full-time Undergraduate students entering the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Administration program in any area of study in the John Molson School of Business. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Jun Lin Award

This scholarship, established to honour the memory of Jun Lin, a Concordia University student who passed away on May 25 2012, will support newly-admitted Undergraduate students at Concordia University and demonstrate academic excellence. In memory of Jun Lin, preference will be given to International Students from China. The Jun Lin award is non-renewable and was made possible through the generosity of his family, friends, and many other individuals wishing to pay their respects.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to International Students only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Keith Shrouder Bursary in Accounting

This bursary was founded in 2008 by Keith Shrouder, BComm 1975. The Keith Shrouder Bursary in Accounting is intended to recognise and encourage full-time students enrolled in the John Molson School of Business, in the Major in Accountancy. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Kit Brennan Playwriting Award

The Kit Brennan Playwriting Award was created in 2005 through the benevolence of Ms. Kit Brennan, Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre at Concordia University. Ms. Brennan's award-winning plays have been produced across Canada, and include Tiger's Heart, Spring Planting, Magpie, Hunger Striking, Having, and The Invisibility of Eileen. Candidates for this award must have a G.P.A. of at least 3.30, and must have completed THEA 341, 342, or 420 (or equivalent within the Department of Theatre). Selection of recipients is performed by a committee within the Department of Theatre on the basis of excellence, demonstrated potential in playwriting, and a submitted draft play. For further information on the application and submission process for consideration for this award, contact the Department of Theatre. This non-renewable award is open to full-time and part-time students.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Theatre

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Theatre.

Kossi Sonokpon and Yawa Abalo Entrance Bursary

The Kossi Sonokpon and Yawa Abalo Entrance Bursary was established in 2013 through the generosity of international aviation expert, bilingual inspirational speaker and author of THE imPOSSIBLE FLIGHT, Kofi Sonokpon (AMBA, 2003) in honour of his parents. This non-renewable bursary is intended to help a student new to Concordia University in financial need, as Kossi himself was supported when he was an International Student, struggling to make ends meet.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

La bourse d’excellence Marthe Catry-Verron

La bourse d'excellence Marthe Catry-Verron was established in 2007 in honour of Marthe Catry-Verron, whose longtime contributions to Concordia University, and exceptional leadership within the Departement d'études françaises, will always be appreciated. Marthe Catry-Verron was instrumental in the creation of the Co-Op Program in Translation, which is now recognised as one of the best in Canada. La bourse d'excellence Marthe Catry-Verron is intended to recognise and reward outstanding students in the Co-Op Program in Translation.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Etudes Francaises

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by the Chair of the Etudes Francaises Department. Candidates will be considered on the basis of outstanding GPA and Co-Op Work Term performance..

Lanie Melamed Memorial Award in Applied Human Sciences

This award was named and established in 2011 in fond memory of the former professor of the University, Lanie Melamed, who passed away on August 7th, 2003 after battling breast cancer.

The Lanie Melamed Memorial Award in Applied Human Sciences is intended to encourage and reward Mature Entry students pursuing full-time undergraduate studies in Applied Human Sciences leading to a Bachelor's/Baccalaureate of Arts degree from the University. Eligible applicants must, at the time of their application for the award, must:

i) Be within their first year of full-time studies in Applied Human Sciences at Concordia University

ii) Have successfully completed a minimum of 12.00 credits in their program

iii) Have obtained a Grade Point Average of 3.30 or higher.

Preference shall be given to applicants who meet the above criteria, and also demonstrate volunteerism or community activism. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Applied Human Sciences

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA and letter of intent for admission to Applied Human Sciences.

Latin American Student Organization Adopt-A-Student Bursary

This bursary was established in 2012 by the Latin American Student Organization (LASO) to provide financial assistance to an International Student enrolled full-time or part-time in a Bachelor's program in any discipline of study at Concordia University. LASO works to promote Latin American culture on-campus through a variety of activities and events that aim to contribute to Concordia's multicultural community. LASO is proud to assist International Students at Concordia University in the Latin American tradition of mutual support and encouragement. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to International Students only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Laura Tilson Memorial Adopt-A-Student Bursary

The family and friends of Laura Tilson created this bursary to honour the life of their loved one. Laura was born with a metabolic disorder that manifested itself when she was approximately six months of age. The purpose of the Laura Tilson Memorial Adopt-A-Student Bursary is to provide support to a student with a physical impairment (visual, mobility, or hearing) and who requires additional resources in order to carry out his/her University studies (e.g. additional tutoring, specialized equipment, or learning materials). Candidates for this non-renewable bursary must be registered as a client of the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Laurentian Bank Scholarship

Established in 2009 through a generous gift from the Laurentian Bank, the Laurentian Bank Entrance Scholarship is intended to encourage and reward excellent newly-admitted students in the John Molson School of Business. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens with Québec Resident status only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Leah Sherman Award in Art Education

Leah Sherman (Professor Emerita) Art Education, Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University was a student of Anne Savage — an important Montreal artist and educator whose work and influence she documented. Leah Sherman graduated from Sir George Williams College and did graduate work at New York University. After teaching at Baron Byng High School in Montreal, she joined the faculty at Sir George Williams University (later Concordia University) where she was one of the founding members of the Faculty of Fine Arts and was hired in 1960 as its first full time faculty member.

Leah Sherman initiated the Art Education program and was instrumental in the development of Fine Arts in the university. An early researcher in the history of Canadian Art Education, Leah Sherman has collaborated with Suzanne Lemerise on cross-cultural research in the history of Quebec art education. The non-renewable Leah Sherman Award in Art Education is intended to encourage students entering their final year of the BFA, with a specialization in Art Education - whose commitment to the vocation of the teaching of Art reflects the goals and values of Leah Sherman.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Art Education

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Art Education Department.

Leonard and Bina Ellen Entrance Bursary

This non-renewable Entrance Bursary was established in 2010 by Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Renaud as a tribute to Leonard and Bina Ellen for their outstanding support of Concordia University. It is open to full-time students in any faculty in any area of study.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Leon Cynader Scholarship In The Sciences

Established in 2010 by Leon Cynader, SGW B Sc 1966, the Leon Cynader Scholarship In The Sciences will support and encourage students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program in any area of study, in the Faculty of Arts and Science at Concordia University. The scholarship is renewable in subsequent years on the basis of continuing full-time enrolment in the Bachelor of Science program, and a Last Annual Grade Point Average of 3.30.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Liberal Arts College Entrance Scholarship

The Liberal Arts College Entrance Scholarship program is made possible through an endowment originally established by the Concordia University Provost in 1986, to fund scholarships in the Liberal Arts College. This non-renewable entrance scholarship is awarded to a newly-admitted full-time student enrolled in the Western Society and Culture discipline of the Liberal Arts College.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Liberal Arts College

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by the Liberal Arts College in the Fall term every year on the basis of academic excellence as demonstrated in their University admission file.

Liberal Arts College In-Course Scholarship

The Liberal Arts College In-Course Scholarship program is made possible through an endowment originally established by the Concordia University Provost in 1986, to fund scholarships in the Liberal Arts College. This non-renewable scholarship is awarded to a full-time student enrolled in the Western Society and Culture discipline of the Liberal Arts College. Candidates must be in their second year of studies or higher.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Liberal Arts College

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Liberal Arts College Undergraduate Entrance Bursary

The Liberal Arts College Undergraduate Entrance Bursary was established in 2014 by an anonymous donor wishing to lend support to a student in financial need. Candidates for this bursary must be newly-admitted to Concordia University in the Bachelor of Arts program with a Major or higher in Western Society and Culture, and membership in the Liberal Arts College. The bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time studies and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Liberal Arts College

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Library Staff in Support of Students Bursary

The Library Staff in Support of Students Bursary was established in 2007 thanks to the fundraising efforts and generosity of Concordia University Library staff. This bursary is open to full-time Mature Entry Program (M.E.P.) students in any area of study, who have completed at least one semester of studies. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Lillian S. Robinson Memorial Scholarship in Womens' Studies

This scholarship program was originally established in 2001 in commemoration of the contributions of Professor Lillian S. Robinson to the field of Women's Studies. Professor Robinson was the Principal of Concordia University's Simone de Beauvoir Institute, which is devoted to the study of women's issues, and attracts women from a wide variety of backgrounds with diverse scholarly interests. Professor Robinson passed away in 2006, and this scholarship honours her memory.

The Lillian S. Robinson Memorial Scholarship in Women's Studies is open to Canadian citizens, Permanent Residents, and International students who have completed one year of full-time or part-time studies in a Bachelor of / Bacclaureate in Arts and Science, with a Major or Specialization in Women's Studies. Selection of scholarship recipients will be made by the University based upon the recommendation of a selection committee. This scholarship is not renewable, but may be awarded to the same student in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Women's Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Linda Ghan Memorial Bursary

Originally from Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Linda Ghan was an accomplished author of fiction, drama and journalism. Her first novel, A Gift Of Sky, had two editions in Canada and was published in translation in Japan. Her children's story, Muhla, The Fair One, was commissioned and performed by Montreal's Black Theatre Workshop and published by Nuage Editions. Ghan moved to Japan in 1996 and published many articles for Japanese dailies and the non-fiction book Gaston Petit: The Kimono And The Cross before returning to fiction - and Montreal.

Linda Ghan passed away at age 63 after a long and courageous fight against cancer. For many years she taught Creative Writing at Concordia University and was a fiction editor at Matrix Magazine.

The Linda Ghan Memorial Bursary was established in her honour in 2011, and is available to full-time students in the Bachelor of Science program in any discipline in Pure or Applied Sciences, as well as full-time students in the Bachelor of Engineering program in any discipline of study. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science, Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Exercise Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics, Psychology, Building Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Linda Renaud Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary In Fine Arts

In honour of Linda Renaud's 60th birthday, the Renaud family has established the Linda Renaud Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary In Fine Arts. This bursary is available to full-time students newly-admitted to the Bachelor of Fine Arts program in any area of study. The Linda Renaud Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary In Fine Arts is renewable in subsequent years on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and acceptable academic standing.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Lorne and Ann Tierney Memorial Award in Journalism

This award was established in 2002, in memory of Lorne and Ann Tierney. Its purpose is to encourage and reward excellent newly-admitted Undergraduate students who are entering Concordia University's Journalism Program. The Lorne and Ann Tierney Memorial Award in Journalism commemorates their belief that those who had, at one time, been involved in sports (through participation or coaching) would be the best communicators of the ideals developed and portrayed in sports. It recognizes the dilemma of being involved in organized sports while trying to deal with scholastic demands. It is meant to help those who wish to continue with sports activities while studying. Eligible candidates must meet as many of the following criteria as possible: Acceptance to a Concordia University varsity-level team, past or present involvement in sports either as an athlete or as a coach, demonstrate an interest in sports journalism or sports broadcasting.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability Adopt-A-Student Bursary

Dr. Rosemarie Schade, Principal of the Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability, established this bursary for students enrolled at the Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability. The purpose of this bursary is to support a student in financial need who is enrolled in the Minor in Diversity and the Contemporary World, and also the Minor in Sustainability Studies, to further their education. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Maharaj Family Adopt-A-Student Bursary

The Maharaj Family Adopt-A-Student Bursary is intended to encourage a full-time student in Anthropology & Sociology or Geography, Planning, and Environmental Studies. The donor, BA '13, established the award in 2013 in celebration of his family, in particular to honour his siblings and his late father.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Anthropology, Sociology, Geography, Environmental Studies

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Marc Gervais Prize in Communication Studies

This Prize is named in fond memory of the former faculty member and alumnus of the University, Marc Gervais S.J., who passed away on March 25, 2012.

He was a professor in the Department of Communication Studies for 30 years. He was a colleague, a mentor, a friend and confidante. Father Marc Gervais was born in Sherbrooke, Quebec, in 1929. In 1950, he graduated from Loyola College (now Concordia University) with a Bachelor of Arts. In 1960, he earned a Master of Fine Arts in Drama at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., and in 1979 completed his PhD in film aesthetics at the Sorbonne. Dr. Gervais was ordained a Jesuit priest in 1963.

He was an expert on Ingmar Bergman and, in 1999, published his seminal work Ingmar Bergman: Magician and Prophet. He was a regular at the Cannes Film Festival and was known in film circles simply as “the Jesuit”. At the same time he was grounded in his faith and dedicated his career to preserving Loyola College's humanist tradition.

His film courses—there were many—were immensely popular with students and non-students. Themes included: Alfred Hitchcock, Hollywood in the Silent Era, Germany in the 1920s, John Ford and the Western and Ingmar Bergman and the Scandinavians, to name a few. Film Ideas, a course in which students analysed a film a week—usually at Cinema V and then in class—was especially well-liked, just like Father Marc Gervais himself.

Marc Gervais left a remarkable legacy in the Department of Communication Studies and his famous flair for teaching influenced many people at Concordia and beyond. His passion for film and humanism, along with his charismatic lectures, provided a rich and dynamic forum for teaching students how to appreciate and “read” film. The Department of Communication Studies endeavours to continue this tradition, recognizing the importance of its past practices by creating this prize for undergraduate students whose works embrace the spirit of Marc Gervais's enthusiasm and ideals for media arts.

The Prize shall be granted through competition to full-time students or recent graduates of the University, including Canadian citizens, permanent residents and international students, who have completed the requirements to graduate from the University with a Bachelor of Arts in any Communication Studies program or recent graduates of the University who have obtained their Bachelor of Arts in any Communication Studies program at the immediately preceding convocation. Students will compete for the Prize based on academic achievements and the quality and potential of their media arts projects.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Communication Studies following the adjudications of the departmental committee for this award.

Marie and Bob Baird Entrance Scholarship

Bob I. Baird is Vice President, Downstream at Husky Oil and previously held several senior positions at Royal Dutch Shell in Canada and Europe. Mr. Baird graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) in 1992 and was Concordia Valedictorian. His wife, Marie-France Racicot-Baird, graduated in 1978 from Translation and led an active professional career as a translator.

Established in 2012, the Marie and Bob Baird Entrance Scholarship is intended to encourage and reward students newly admitted to the Bachelor of Engineering (any discipline) or Bachelor of Arts (Specialisation en Traduction) in alternating years. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science, Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted, Traduction

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Marion Wagschal Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship in Painting and Drawing

Marion Wagschal came to Canada in 1951 from Port of Spain Trinidad. She completed her undergraduate and graduate training at Concordia University, formerly Sir George Williams College. Wagschal recently retired after a long career as a professor in the Painting and Drawing Department in the Fine Arts Faculty at Concordia University where she taught for 37 years. While teaching at Concordia she introduced the innovative seminar/studio course, “Women and Painting”.

Ms. Wagschal has exhibited nationally and internationally. She is represented by Battat Contemporary Gallery. She recently exhibited her drawings and sculpture at the FOFA Gallery, Concordia University (Montreal QC).

The Marion Wagschal Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship in Painting and Drawing is intended to encourage and reward top performing students newly admitted to the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Painting and Drawing in the Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Painting and Drawing

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Maximilian Berkeley Britt Ingram Entrance Scholarship

The Maximilian Berkeley Britt Ingram Entrance Scholarship was established in 2008 through the generosity of Maximilian's parents, both graduates of Concordia University. This scholarship is intended to support and encourage full-time and part-time students newly admitted to Bachelor's programs in the Faculty of Arts and Science, in any area of study. This scholarship is renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Maya Adina Yampolsky Bursary

The Maya Adina Yampolsky Bursary was created in 2013 by the generosity of Sam Yampolsky in honour of his daughter, a graduate from Concordia University's Department of Psychology. The bursary is intended to support students who require financial assistance, and are newly-admitted to the University in Bachelor's programs in the Department of Psychology. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Psychology

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

McEvoy Family Bursary

The McEvoy Family Bursary was founded in 2008, and is intended to support and encourage students enrolled full-time or part-time students enrolled in Bachelor's programs, in any area of study. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Michael Lifshitz In-Course Bursary for Students with Disabilities

Established in 2014, theMichael Lifshitz In-Course Bursary for Students with Disabilities is intended to assist and encourage students with disabilities who are currently enrolled in Concordia University's John Molson School of Business, and registered with the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities (ACSD). In the event of no suitable candidates in JMSB, the bursary may be awarded to a student in another Faculty, who is a client of the ACSD at the discretion of the bursary committee. This bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Michel A. Tozzi Family In-Course Bursary

This bursary was established in 2010 in honour of Michel A. Tozzi, founder of Laurentien Électrique, and in recognition of the company's 60th anniversary. The Michel A. Tozzi Family In-Course Bursary is intended to encourage and support full-time students in financial need who are currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Administration program at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business. This bursary is not renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Michèle Thibodeau-Deguire Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Engineering and Computer Science

Established in 2012 by Richard J. Renaud and Carolyn Renaud in honour of Michèle Thibodeau-Deguire's many years of leadership and service to Centraide, this bursary is intended to assist newly-admitted full-time students in the Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Computer Science programs in any discipline of study. The Michèle Thibodeau-Deguire Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Engineering and Computer Science may be renewed on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Miqdadi Family Adopt-A-Student Bursary

This bursary was established in 2009 through the generosity of Mr. Mustafa Miqdadi, a Concordia parent.

The purpose of the Miqdadi Family Adopt-A-Student Bursary is to support and encourage students with financial need and satisfactory academic standing who are enrolled in Bachelor's programs in any area of study. This bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing enrollment and a GPA of at least 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Monsignor Andrew Sinal Memorial Bursary

This bursary was established in 2011 by the Slovak Catholic Church of Ascension Eastern Rite (Byzantine) in Montreal, in memory of Monsignor Andrew Sinal in recognition of his outstanding, devoted and exemplary service to the parish.

The Monsignor Andrew Sinal Memorial Bursary is intended to encourage students currently enrolled full-time in Bachelor's programs, in any discipline of study, to pursue their education. It is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time registration and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Monsignor Andrew Sinal Memorial Scholarships

This scholarship was established in 2011 by the Slovak Catholic Church of Ascension Eastern Rite (Byzantine) in Montreal, in memory of Monsignor Andrew Sinal in recognition of his outstanding, devoted and exemplary service to the parish.

The Monsignor Andrew Sinal Memorial Scholarships are intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled full-time in Bachelor's programs in any discipline of study, whose excellent academic achievement meets the spirit of the scholarship. This scholarship is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time registration and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 3.30.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Nabil Esmail Undergraduate Excellence in Engineering Scholarship

Established in 2010, the Nabil Esmail Undergraduate Excellence in Engineering Scholarship is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Engineering program at Concordia University, whose commitment and spirit towards academic excellence in engineering reflect the values exemplified by Dr. Nabil Esmail, the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science from 1997 to 2008. Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must have at least 90 credits completed in program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Nichola Dyer Co-Op Award

The Nichola Dyer Co-Op Award was established by Nichola Dyer BA '85. Concordia University and its Institute for Co-Operative Education were instrumental in Nichola's professional development and with this award, she hopes to help provide a current Co-Op student with similar opportunities. Candidates for this bursary must be enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Arts program with a Major or higher in Economics, membership in the Institute for Co-Operative Education, and a minimum GPA of 3.00. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Economics

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Normand Beauchamp Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary

Established in 2012 by Richard J. Renaud and Carolyn Renaud in honour of Normand Beauchamp's seventieth birthday, the Normand Beauchamp Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary is intended to assist newly-admitted full-time students in Bachelor's programs in any discipline of study. The Normand Beauchamp Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Pariso Scholarships in Communication Studies

The Parislo Scholarships In Communication Studies were established through the generosity of Mr. Stephen Pariso, BA 04 Communication Studies, and his wife, Ms. Shauna Vineberg–Pariso. The Pariso Scholarships are intended to encourage and reward undergraduate students currently enrolled in the Communication Studies program at Concordia University with great hopes that the recipients of the scholarship will make future contributions to bursaries and scholarships that ease the difficult financial burdens faced by Canadian and International students. Mr. Pariso and Ms. Vineberg-Pariso feel that the rate of innovation increases at the intersection of multiple disciplines and that diverse people of diverse backgrounds (and ages) contribute crucially to a rich, constantly evolving learning experience.

One scholarship shall be awarded to full-time students in the Communication Studies program who have a different background than the majority of students enrolled in the program -- including (but not limited to) outstanding returning students that are pursuing lifelong learning with any life experience in areas other than Communication Studies. This scholarship requires the submission of an application and supporting statement.

The second scholarship shall be awarded automatically on the basis of outstanding GPA, achieved in the previous year at Concordia University, to outstanding full-time undergraduate students that are pursuing their first-ever undergraduate degree. Students must be pursuing this degree in the Department of Communication Studies at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

PENTOR Finance - CAAMP Foundation Award

Established in 2014, the PENTOR Finance - CAAMP Foundation award is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the John Molson School of Business, in the Bachelor of Commerce program with a Major in Finance.

PENTOR Finance is a Quebec-based private lender providing customized residential first mortgages. The CAAMP Foundation is a charitable organization committed to the advancement of education and financial literacy.

The award is non-renewable, and is granted through competition and academic merit. Candidates must have previously taken and passed FINA 450, and must submit a 600 word essay describing their community involvement. The award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Finance

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year following an application-based competition.

Peter Harasty Entrance Bursary

The Peter Harasty Entrance Bursary was established in 2006 thanks to the generosity of the late Peter Harasty. The purpose of the Peter Harasty Entrance Bursary is to support and encourage full-time Undergraduate students in any Faculty/School, who are newly admitted to Bachelor's programs at Concordia University. This bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Peter Kruyt Award for Student Leadership and Engagement

The Peter Kruyt Award for Student Leadership and Engagement was established in 2014 in honour of Peter Kruyt by Carolyn and Richard J. Renaud, with deep appreciation for Peter's leadership and dedication to Concordia University.

This award is intended to reward and encourage Undergraduate and Graduate students who demonstrate a high level of academic achievement, as well as personal engagement and leadership withing the Concordia University community, and the community at large.

The award is available to Undergraduate in Bachelor's programs, and Graduate students in alternating years. When the competition is open at the Undergraduate level candidates must submit a 750-word statement detailing their commitment to leadership and community engagement, and two supporting reference letters from Concordia staff and/or those in the community at large.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year.

Phil Chiarella Adopt-A-Student Bursary

The Phil Chiarella Adopt-A-Student Bursary was established in 2008 and is intended to provide recognition and financial assistance to CIS-eligible Varsity Team athletes at Concordia University, who are enrolled full-time in any area of study. This bursary is not renewable however recipients may apply to be considered again in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Pia Wilkinson Chapman Memorial Scholarship

This award was created by Dr. Jean Chapman, Research Associate at the Simone de Beauvoir Institute, and Dr. Paul F. Wilkinson, in memory of their daughter Pia Wilkinson, who passed away due to stomach cancer. Pia passed away soon after her son, Joseph Thomas, was born. Pia would have wanted her son to know that she encouraged a young woman to complete her program of study.

Candidates for this award must be in their third year of studies with at least 60 credits completed, including WSDB 290, 291, and 292 (WSDB core courses) and the highest GPA in these courses. This award is not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Women's Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in consultation with the Simone de Beauvoir Institute each year.

Pierre Giguère Award for Male Basketball

Established in 2013 by Pierre Giguère, a fan of basketball, this award is intended to recognise and reward excellence among members of the Concordia Stingers Men's Basketball team at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Department of Athletics.

Prix d’Excellence en Études Urbaines Cardinal Hardy

The Prix d'Excellence en Études Urbaines Cardinal Hardy was established in 2007 as part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program, and also as part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarship Program, through the generosity of Groupe Cardinal Hardy. This in-course award is intended to support and encourage full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts with a Major, Specialization, or Honours in Urban Studies. Candidates must have completed at least 24 credits in their Bachelor's programs at Concordia University. The Prix d'Excellence en Études Urbaines Cardinal Hardy is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Urban Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Prix d’Excellence en Études Urbaines Cardinal Hardy

The Prix d'Excellence en Études Urbaines Cardinal Hardy was established in 2007 as part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program, and also as part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarship Program, through the generosity of Groupe Cardinal Hardy. This entrance award is intended to support and encourage full-time students newly admitted to the Bachelor of Arts with a Major, Specialization, or Honours in Urban Studies. The Prix d'Excellence en Études Urbaines Cardinal Hardy is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Urban Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Provost Entrance Scholarship for the Simone de Beauvoir Institute

The Provost Entrance Scholarship for the Simone de Beauvoir Institute is intended to encourage and reward newly-admitted full-time students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in Women's Studies. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Women's Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Simone de Beauvoir Institute.

Provost In-Course Scholarship for the Simone de Beauvoir Institute

The Provost In-Course Scholarship for the Simone de Beauvoir Institute is intended to encourage and reward full-time students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in Women's Studies. Candidates must be in their second year of studies or higher. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Women's Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Rassemblement des Chrétiens du Moyen-Orient (RCMO) Award

Established in 2010, the RCMO Award is intended to encourage and reward academic excellence in the study of Middle Eastern Christianities.

In years in which the course Middle Eastern Christianities (RELI 398X) is offered, this award will be granted upon recommendation of the course instructor to an Undergraduate or Graduate Diploma student registered in this course, on the basis of academic excellence.

In years in which RELI 398X is not offered or there is no candidate among course registrants, the award shall be available to students at the M.A. or Ph.D. level in the Department of Religion on the basis of nominations by faculty members in the Department of Religion. M.A. and Ph.D. candidates will be considered following an appreciation of their academic merit (examination grades and research essays) in their work related to Middle Eastern Christianity (early or modern) and overall performance in program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Religion

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Religion.

Raya Aralihalli Award for Studies in Behavioural Neurobiology

The Raya Aralihalli Award for Studies in Behavioural Neurobiology was established by Anjan Aralihalli, BSc '90, in memory of his father, Hanumantha Raya Aralihalli. A devoted educator and family man, Raya courageously battled ALS until he passed award in 2011 at age 72. This award is intended to support and encourage undergraduate students in second year or higher who are currently enrolled in the Science College or Department of Psychology in Concordia University's Faculty of Arts and Science. Candidates must have a specific interest in neurobiology, and must have previously completed SCOL 290 (Directed & Independent Study I), SCOL 390 (Directed & Independent Study II), or PSYC 485 (Specialization Project). This bursary may be renewed on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment in the required area of study and a Last Annual GPA of at least 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Psychology, Science College

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Reuben Croll Bursary

The Reuben Croll Bursary was established in 2014 by Carolyn and Richard J. Renaud, in honour of Reuben's 80th birthday. It is intended to assist full-time students in Bachelor's programs at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business. It may be renewed in subsequent years on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment in the recipient's Bachelor's program in JMSB, and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Reverend Jack O'Brien, S.J. Bursary

This bursary was established in 2014 to honour Reverend Jack O'Brien, S.J., founder of the Department of Communication Arts at Concordia University (renamed Communication Studies in 1977). Reverend O'Brien was a mentor to the bursary donor, Mr. J. Kevin Reynolds, when he was studying at Loyola College.

The Reverend Jack O'Brien, S.J. Bursary is open to newly-admitted full-time students entering the Bachelor of Arts program in Communication Studies. It may be renewed on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Rita de Santis Adopt-A-Student Bursary

Established in 2012, the Rita de Santis Adopt-A-Student Bursary is granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need to a full-time Bachelor's student in second year or higher, in any discipline of study. It may be renewed on the basis of continuing enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Robert Boisjoli Family Bursary

Established in 2012, the Robert Boisjoli Family Bursary is intended to assist deserving full-time students in Bachelor's programs, in any discipline of study. Candidates must have a Last Annual GPA of at least 2.70. The bursary is renewable based on continuing full-time registration and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.70.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Robert Courteau Entrance Scholarship in Marketing

Created in 2013, the Robert Courteau Entrance Scholarship in Marketing recognizes and rewards academic excellence in newly-admitted full-time students in the John Molson School of Business, with a Major in Marketing. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Marketing

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Robert V. Tucker Memorial Award

Robert V. Tucker was a gentle man from Twin Falls, Idaho, who, after gaining world experience, completed university and devoted his life to the insurance industry and his family. Robert V. Tucker deeply cared about those around him and was always prepared to go out of his way to help anyone in need. He was a tireless and dedicated professional who exemplified a work ethic characterized by both respect for his employer and for his customers. He passed away from cancer in 2006 at the age of 71.

The Robert V. Tucker Memorial Award was established in 2007 through the generosity of the Tucker family. It is intended to encourage and reward promising full-time students who may have taken a non-traditional path to reach their current status, and who chose to study in their second year of studies or higher in the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science program in the Specialization in Actuarial Mathematics program. Candidates' commitment must reflect the values and the lifelong work exemplified by the late Robert V. Tucker. Candidates for this award may be Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students. Qualified students wishing to be considered for this award must submit a 500-word essay describing how their world experience has contributed to their current appreciation of their educational opportunities. Adjudication of candidate submissions will be based on content, the quality of the applicant's reasoning, and the written expression of ideas. The award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Actuarial Mathematics

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Roger Abbott Entrance Bursary

Roger Abbott attended Loyola High School followed by Loyola College in 1963-64. He started his broadcast career behind the scenes at several radio stations before stumbling into comedy in 1973, when he founded the Royal Canadian Air Farce. The program was broadcast on the radio for 24 years until it debuted on CBC Television in 1993 and became Canada's number one comedy show. Concordia University bestowed an Honorary Doctorate on him in June 2009.

Roger Abbott passed away in 2011. The Roger Abbott Entrance Bursary was established by Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Renaud in his memory, to benefit full-time newly admitted Undergraduate students in Concordia University's Department of Communication Studies. This bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrolment and a Last Annual GPA of at least 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Ross Perigoe Memorial Scholarship

This Scholarship is named in memory of the former faculty member of the University, Ross Perigoe, who passed away on January 4th, 2012. Ross Perigoe was a fellow of the Loyola International College and a long-serving member of the Department of Journalism, having started teaching at the University in 1985. During his quarter-century at Concordia, he taught hundreds of broadcast students, many of whom are now working in newsrooms across Canada.

The purpose of this annual in-course Scholarship is to support and encourage students in Journalism who demonstrate academic scholarship, integrity and a commitment to truth in journalism. Candidates must be pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, and who have chosen any of the audiovisual track options offered by the Department of Journalism, and have a minimum of 30 credits in Journalism courses at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

Ryan F. Cianflone Memorial Award

Ryan Francis was a promising young student at Concordia University who played Rugby at the University. Ryan was a student who was open to the community around him, who loved to be involved in sports activities, and who while carrying out many extracurricular activities showed progressive and marked improvement with his grades throughout his studies. The Ryan F. Cianflone Memorial Award was established by Dr. & Mrs. C.G. Cianflone in 2007, and is intended to encourage and reward full-time students currently enrolled in Bachelor's programs in the Faculty of Arts and Science, whose commitment and spirit toward sports, student life activities at Concordia and/or in the community reflect the values exemplified by Ryan Francis.

Applicants for this scholarship may be Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, or International Students. Along with their applications, candidates must submit a 500-word essay outlining how their experience either in sports or student life activities at Concordia University, or within the community at large, has contributed to their current appreciation of their educational opportunities. Essays will be adjudicated based on content, the quality of reason, and the written expression of ideas.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Samuel Jacobson and Goldie Schacter-Jacobson Award

Established in 2014, the Samual Jacobson and Goldie Schacter-Jacobson Award encourages full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts program at Concordia University, with a Major or higher in History or Psychology. Candidates must write a 600 word essay demonstrating community involvement with seniors, children and youth, the homeless, etc. This award is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and ongoing community involvement.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: History, Psychology

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year.

Sandhya and Swati Sharma Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2007 through the generosity of Professor Mahesh Sharma, in memory of his beloved daughters, Sandhya and Swati Sharma, who died in the Air India plane crash on June 23 1985. The Sandhya and Swati Sharma Memorial Scholarship is intended to recognise and reward full-time students in the John Molson School of Business, enrolled in the Major in Supply Chain Operations Management. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Supply Chain Operations Management

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Sandra and Leo Kolber Scholarships in Cinema

The Sandra and Leo Kolber Scholarships in Cinema are intended to recognize and reward outstanding full-time and part-time Undergraduate students enrolled in the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema in the areas of Film Production, Film Studies, and Animation. These non-renewable scholarships are open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Sarah Leaney Award in Ceramics and Fibres

Sarah Leaney died in a tragic accident 15 years ago while exploring an old building just a few months after she graduated from the Bath School of Art and Design in England. Known for her passion, creativity, excellence, and practicality, she moved freely between sculpture/ceramics and fibres. She was also noted as being uncompromising in her personal artistic vision. Supported by her parents and sister, she demonstrated courage, strength and conviction in following her dream and her passion. She was a risk taker in her art and in her life.

The Sarah Leaney Award in Ceramics and Fibres was created in 2012 by her parents, Chris and Ron, sister Louise, nieces Amy and Emily, extended Austin family members, Pam, Peter and Kevin, and Cathy Watt and Kathleen Wood, to celebrate the life of Sarah Leaney. The Award is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the Studio Arts Major program in Ceramics or in Fibres at the University, whose commitment and spirit towards art reflect the values exemplified by Sarah Leaney.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Ceramics, Fibres

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Sau Ying Pansy Cho Memorial Entrance Bursary

The Sau Ying Pansy Cho Memorial Entrance Bursary was established in 2013 by the daughters of Ms. Sau Yong Pansy Cho; Emmie Ang and Boi May Ang, the latter a long-time Concordia staff member. Along with their families and friends, the bursary was created as a tribute to the life of a wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, auntie and friend. A great believer in education, a business associate and philanthropist, Ms. Sau Ying Pansy Cho felt that women should have a strong presence in these domains.

Ms. Sau Ying Pansy Cho's legacy will be of giving generously, for that is what she did best. This non-renewable bursary is intended to encourage and reward newly-admitted students, with a priority to single parents, in Concordia University's John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

School of Extended Learning (SEL) Staff Adopt-A-Student Bursary

The School of Extended Learning (SEL) Staff Adopt-A-Student Bursary was established in 2009 through the benevolence and generosity of the staff of the School of Extended Learning. This bursary is intended to support and encourage students enrolled full-time or part-time in Bachelor's programs, in any discipline of study. Candidates must have at least one year of studies completed, and must also demonstrate that they have previously registered in non-credit courses, or followed a non-credit program, in any of the following areas:

- School of Extended Learning

- Centre for Continuing Education

- Student Transition Centre

- Institute for Community Development

An official transcript from the School of Extended Learning must accompany the In-Course Bursary applications of students wishing to be considered for this bursary. This bursary is non-renewable however recipients may re-apply to be considered again in future years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Selectcom Telecom Undergraduate Entrance Bursary

Created in 2012 through the benevolence of Selectcom Telecom, this Entrance Bursary is intended to encourage and reward students who are newly-admitted to the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Administration programs at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business, in any discipline of study. The Selectcom Telecom Undergraduate Entrance Bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment in either program of study, and a Last Annual GPA of at least 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Shahid Iqbal Undergraduate Entrance Bursary in Electrical Engineering

Established in 2012 by Mr. Shahid Iqbal, an Electrical Engineer working in the gas and oil industry in the Middle East who believes in the virtues of education, the Shahid Iqbal Undergraduate Entrance Bursary in Electrical Engineering is intended to provide financial assistance to students newly-admitted to the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) program in Concordia University's Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science. This bursary may be renewed once on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Electrical Engineering

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Shirley Hobbs Memorial Adopt-A-Student Bursary

Established in 2010, the Shirley Hobbs Memorial Adopt-A-Student Bursary is intended to support a full-time student in financial need who is majoring in Religion. This bursary is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Religion

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Shoukat M. Hashim Scholarship of Excellence in Engineering

This scholarship was established in 2012 by Mr. Shoukat M. Hashim, B. Eng. (Mechanical Engr.), Concordia 1977, to encourage students to pursue their studies in Engineering. This non-renewable scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a full-time student entering their second year of studies in Mechanical Engineering.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Mechanical Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Silvio Trub Entrance Bursary

Established in 2013 thanks to the generosity of Mr. Silvio Trub, BComm 1966 and a longtime supporter of Concordia University. This non-renewable bursary is available to newly-admitted full-time students in any discipline of study at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Silvio Trub In-Course Bursary

Established in 2013 thanks to the generosity of Mr. Silvio Trub, BComm 1966 and a longtime supporter of Concordia University. This non-renewable In-Course Bursary is available to full-time students in second year or higher, in any discipline of study at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

SNC-Lavalin Entrance Scholarship in Building Engineering

SNC-Lavalin Group. Inc., a Montréal-based company, is the largest engineering and construction company in Canada. It is among the top five Global Design firms in the world. Established in 2014, the SNC-Lavalin Entrance Scholarship in Building Engineering recognizes academic excellence and encourages newly-admitted students who are entering into the field of Building Engineering. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Building Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Sportsnet Scholarship in Communication Studies and Journalism

The Sportsnet Scholarship for Communication Studies and Journalism was established in 2003 through the generosity of Sportsnet Inc. The scholarship is open to full-time Undergraduate students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts program with a Major, Specialization, or Honours in Communication Studies or Journalism, as well as full-time students in the Graduate Diploma in Journalism. Candidates must have at least one semester of studies completed in the aforementioned areas of study, with an interest in a career in the areas of Sports Journalism or Sports Broadcasting.

The Sportsnet Scholarship program is intended for students from groups that are under-represented in the fields of Sports Journalism and Sports Broadcasting: visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and other groups who without the recognition afforded by this scholarship program, might not be represented in the profession in meaningful numbers.

While preference will be given to qualified candidates from these aforementioned under-represented groups, all students meeting the basic academic and program requirements are eligible to apply for consideration. In the event of candidates with equal qualifications as judged by the selection committee, preference will be given to students in the under-represented groups cited above. The Sportsnet Scholarship in Communication Studies and Journalism is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies, Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Communication Studies and Journalism departments.

Stephen Lim Entrance Bursary

Established in 2011, the Stephen Lim Entrance Bursary is available to newly-admitted full-time Undergraduate students entering the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Administration program in any area of study in the John Molson School of Business. This bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time registration in the required program of study, and a Last Annual GPA of at least 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Stephen Vineberg Memorial Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary

Established in 2012 by Richard J. Renaud and Carolyn Renaud in memory of the late Stephen Vineberg, this bursary is intended to assist newly-admitted full-time students in Bachelor's programs in any discipline of study. The Stephen Vineberg Memorial Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary may be renewed on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Stephen Vineberg Memorial Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Fine Arts

Established in 2012 by Richard J. Renaud and Carolyn Renaud in memory of the late Stephen Vineberg, this bursary is intended to assist newly-admitted full-time students in the Bachelor of Fine Arts program in any discipline of study. The Stephen Vineberg Memorial Adopt-A-Student Entrance Bursary in Fine Arts may be renewed on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Surface 3 Award In Design

Established in 2011 thanks to the generosity of Jason Shatilla and Carla El Samra, the Surface 3 Award In Design will encourage and reward students graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts - Major in Design at Concordia University. Candidates will be selected on the basis of a work submitted for adjudication by the committee for this award in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Design and Computation Arts.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Design

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Faculty of Fine Arts following an annual competition. For further information on the competition deadline contact the Department of Design and Computation Arts.

Susan Pigott Memorial Award

Susan Pigott was born in Halifax and was a producer / production manager in television and film. She went to Art College in Toronto, travelled a great deal, and lived in Spain, Austria, Australia, and England. She believed that films should stand on their own merit, not on nationality. However, she felt that the industry neglected Aboriginal talent.

The Susan Pigott Memorial Award was established at her bequest in 2011, for the purpose of encouraging and rewarding an Undergraduate or Graduate student enrolled full-time or part-time in Film Animation or Film Production in Concordia University's Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. Preferred candidates for this award will be First Nations members as verified by the Financial Aid and Awards Office assisted by the Centre for Native Education where required. If there are no First Nations candidates then the award is open to non-First Nations students in Film Animation or Film Production. This award may be renewed in the following year at the recommendation of the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee and the Financial Aid and Awards Office each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Susan Schouten Documentary Film Award

This award was created in 2004 in memory of filmmaker, teacher, and community activist Susan Schouten (1943-1995), through the efforts of Norman Bethune Levine, Penny Cousineau-Levine, and Sharon Schouten Chambers. It was made possible through the contributions of Susan's family, friends and colleagues, and a generous matching donation on the part of Grant and Alice Burton. The Susan Schouten Documentary Film Award is intended to support students specializing in the documentary form, and will be awarded annually to an Undergraduate student enrolled in a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Major or Specialization in Film Production), or to a Graduate student enrolled in a Master of Fine Arts (Film Production). Candidates' studio work will be assessed on the basis of creativity, quality, and merit of a completed documentary film reflective of the social justice concerns at the heart of Susan's documentary film philosophy: aboriginal issues, womens' issues, poverty, and class struggle. Recipients are selected in the Spring of every year following a nomination and selection process conducted within the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity 40th Reunion Award

The Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity 40th Reunion Award program was created through the generosity of TKE Fraternity members and friends on the occasion of the TKE Fraternity's 40th anniversary reunion dinner. These awards are available to full-time students who are members of the TKE Fraternity in good standing, and who have a minimum GPA of 2.00. The awards are non-renewable however recipients may be considered again in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA and TKE membership in good standing.

TD Insurance Meloche Monnex Undergraduate Bursary

These bursaries were originally established in 2005 by TD Insurance Meloche Monnex, in recognition of its long-standing ties to Concordia University, and our many alumni among its ranks. The TD Insurance Meloche Monnex Undergraduate Bursary supports and encourages full-time students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who are enrolled in the Minor in Sustainability Studies offered by the Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability. These bursaries are non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Sustainability Studies

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

TESL Alumni Bursary

The TESL Alumni Bursary was established in 2014 through the generosity of a longtime volunteer and TESL alumnus from the Class of 1997. The bursary is non-renewable however recipients may apply to be considered again in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: TESL

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Theatre Department Entrance Scholarship

The Theatre Department Entrance Scholarship was established in 2007, and is intended to support and reward outstanding students entering full-time Bachelor's studies in the Department of Theatre at Concordia University. This scholarship is non-renewable. Candidates will be selected by the Department of Theatre in the course of considering applications for admission each year.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Theatre

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Department of Theatre.

The Loyola Alumni Prize in Engineering in Society

This award celebrates the foresight of Distinguished Professor Emeritus Dr. Hugh McQueen who inaugurated the course on the Social Implications of Engineering back in 1972 with the objective of preparing engineering students to better understand the historical, philosophical, sociological, and psychological implications of their profession on citizens. It also commemorates the Engineering Program offered at Loyola College from 1940 to 1975 that in keeping with Jesuit tradition, incorporated courses in philosophy, religion, and other humanities.

The Loyola Alumni Prize in Engineering in Society will encourage one female and one male student annually, who have demonstrated superior understanding and capability in this domain. Candidates will be selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in consultation with the Centre for Engineering in Society on the basis of successful completion of ENGR 292 or ENCS 393, and the best essay in either course as determined by the CES.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in consultation with the Centre for Engineering in Society.

The Loyola Materials Science Prize

The purpose of this award, funded by Professor Emeritus Dr. Hugh McQueen, is to encourage one female and one male student to further their knowledge in the theories required for selecting the most suitable material with due regard to manufacturing and environmental effects.

The award will also celebrate the development of engineering studies at Loyola College in the late '40s in response to the needs of returning WWII veterans and the career of several professors who inspired generations of students to develop their skills and knowledge.

Candidates for this prize will be selected on the basis of the highest grades in MECH 221 (Materials Science). In the event of a tie in grades, candidates' Last Annual GPA will be taken into consideration.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of top grades in MECH 221 and outstanding Last Annual GPA.

The President's Award

The President's Award was established in 2009 through the initiative of Dr. Judith Woodsworth, President and Vice-Chancellor of Concordia University.

Reflecting the three strategic directions of Concordia University, the President's Award is intended to encourage and reward newly-admitted Undergraduate students in financial need who demonstrate academic excellence, community engagement, and potential for leadership.

The President's Award is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. The application deadline for 2014 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Transcontinental Entrance Scholarship in Business

Established in 2013 thanks to the benevolence of Transcontinental Inc., which creates marketing products and services that allow businesses to attract, reach and retain their target customers. Transcontinental Inc. is the largest printer in Canada and the fourth-largest in North America.

The Transcontinental Inc. Entrance Scholarship is intended to encourage and reward academic excellence in newly-admitted students in Concordia University's John Molson School of Business in any area of study. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

Travis Heritage Adopt-A-Student Award in Political Science

The Travis Heritage Adopt-A-Student Award in Political Science was established in 2013 to assist and inspire full-time and part-time students who are single parents, pursuing a degree in Political Science. Established by Travis Heritage (BA '11), a graduate of Concordia University's Department of Political Science, this bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time or part-time enrollment in Political Science, and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 2.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Political Science

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.

Trevor W. Payne, C.M. Scholarship in Black Music

The Scholarship is created though the generosity of Professor Trevor W. Payne, C.M. who holds a BFA in Music from Concordia University and graduated in 1980. Professor Payne is also the Founder and Artistic Director of the internationally acclaimed Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir. Founded in 1982 the Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir earned a Juno award in 1995 for its CD “Jubilation V: Joy to the World.”

The Choir has performed for Nelson Mandela, Queen Elizabeth II, Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau as well as several other heads of state. Prof. Payne is also a composer and symphonic conductor who has produced works for Les Ballets Jazz du Québec. On May 22, 1996 Professor Payne was appointed to the Order of Canada (C.M.) by his Excellency Romeo Leblanc, Governor General of Canada on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II. Among his many other national and international awards, Prof. Payne has received the Thomas A. Dorsey Award for Pioneering Gospel Music in Canada, the Martin Luther King Jr. Prize and the Queen Elizabeth Golden Jubilee Medal.

This award will be granted each year to a full-time or part-time Undergraduate or Graduate student in Music. Recipients for this award will be determined as follows:

- Through adjudicated performance of at least one non-jazz piece that falls within the broad category of Black Music, and

- Through submission of a short essay (500 words) written in either French or English and about Black Music (with the exception of jazz) and its impact on the student musician's life and learning.

This award is non-renewable however recipients may re-apply to be considered again in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Music

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Viktoria von Grünau Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2012 in memory of the mother of the former faculty member of the University, Dr. Michael von Grünau. Dr. von Grünau was a professor in the Department of Psychology since 1989 and the Principal of the Science College from 2000 to 2009. He passed away in December 2011. It was Dr. von Grünau's expressed intention to honour his late mother, Viktoria von Grünau, by creating this scholarship endowment to recognise excellence in Science College members.

This scholarship is awarded based on academic merit to a full-time student pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree (any Major, Specialization, or Honours discipline), or a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology (Cognitive Science) and enrolled in the Minor in Multidisciplinary Studies in Science offered by the Science College. Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must be in their second year of studies.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted, Psychology

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Vince Sirois Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created with the generous assistance of Imperial Oil Limited to honour Vince Sirois, former senior Vice-President and Director, Imperial Oil Limited, and former member of the Board of Advisors, Concordia University, School of Community and Public Affairs. This award is available to a bilingual student entering the School of Community and Public Affairs who, in addition to academic achievement, has demonstrated a commitment to public life. For further details, apply to the Principal, School of Community and Public Affairs.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: School of Community and Public Affairs

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the School of Community and Public Affairs.

Vladimir Zeman Undergraduate Award in Philosophy

The Vladimir Zeman Undergraduate Award in Philosophy was established to recognize outstanding achievement in Philosophy, and to honour the memory of Prof. Vladimir Zeman. He will always be remembered as a wonderful colleague, an inspiring teacher, and a dedicated and thoughtful member of the Department of Philosophy at Concordia University. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Philosophy

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Philosophy.

Wayne Clark Entrance Scholarship in Computer Science and Software Engineering.

This entrance scholarship was established in 2011 through the benevolence of Wayne Clark, B Comp Sci '81, to recognise and reward a newly-admitted full-time student in the Bachelor of Computer Science program in any discipline of study, or the Bachelor of Engineering in Software Engineering. The scholarship is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment in the required area of study, and a Last Annual GPA of at least 3.30.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program. No application is necessary; candidates are selected by the University in the Spring / Summer every year during the course of admission file processing.

William Colfer Memorial Bursary

The William Colfer Memorial Bursary was created in 2008 through the benevolence of Mr. John P. Colfer, BA 1967, Terry Colfer, and Ann Colfer, in memory of their father, the late William Colfer. This bursary is intended to encourage and support full-time Bachelor's students enrolled in the Faculty of Arts and Science, with preference to students in the areas of Canadian Irish Studies or Theological Studies. This bursary is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment, and acceptable academic standing (minimum Last Annual Grade Point Average of at least 2.00).

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Irish Studies, Theological Studies, Unrestricted

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. The 2014-2015 application has passed. The 2015-2016 online application will be available in July 2015.




 
 

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