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University Administered Programs

University Entrance Scholarships and Awards

Student Recruitment, Student Services, Maggie Benston Centre, Tel 778.782.4970 general enquiries, Fax 778.782.5399, http://students.sfu.ca

The University offers entrance scholarships and awards to outstanding students from across Canada. Our entrance scholarship program recognizes exceptional academic and community achievements of students entering directly from high school and BC colleges or equivalent.

The scholarships and awards described below reflect our current program. For complete descriptions and selection criteria applicable to students entering in the fall of 2009, please refer to the entrance scholarship brochure and application material, available in fall 2008 at http://students.sfu.ca/admission/entrancescholarships

All scholarship applicants should have high academic standing — a minimum 90% grade average is required. Please read carefully the application requirements described on the above website, as not all scholarships require application. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents to qualify for the majority of major entrance scholarships, except for international awards. All scholars must meet certain academic and enrolment requirements for complete disbursement of funds. Scholarship continuance regulations can be found at http://students.sfu.ca/financialaid/scholarships/

Additional Scholarships and Awards

Students may only hold one entrance scholarship from the University. Upon redeeming all of the scholarship installments, students will be considered for scholarships available to continuing students. See “Scholarships for Continuing Students” on page 43.

Travel Allowance

An additional travel allowance is available for some scholarships or awards.

• Scholarship or award winners who live outside BC will receive a one-time travel allowance of $1000.

• Scholarship or award winners who live within BC but outside the Lower Mainland will receive a one-time travel allowance of $500.

For Canadian High School Students – Application Required

The final scholarship application deadline for September entry is February 28.

$34,000 Simon Fraser Scholarships

Recognize excellent academic performance and potential. Distributed over eight terms. Eligible for travel allowance.

$29,000 Simon Fraser Alumni Leadership Scholarships

Recognize extraordinary leadership, community service, citizenship, and achievement of high academic standing. Distributed over eight terms. Eligible for travel allowance.

$24,000 Gordon M. Shrum Scholarships

Recognize high academic standing and commitment to school and community service, volunteer activity, arts, or athletics. Distributed over eight terms. Eligible for travel allowance.

$24,000 Shad Valley Shrum Scholarship

In addition to the Shrum criteria noted above, this scholarship recognizes outstanding achievement and participation in the Shad Valley program. Distributed over eight terms. Eligible for travel allowance.

$10,000 Tadeusz Specht Memorial Scholarships in Applied Sciences

Recognize academic excellence. Awarded to students entering the Faculty of Applied Sciences and pursuing studies in the fields of kinesiology or other health-related sciences. Eligible for travel allowance. Distributed over four terms.

$10,000 Tadeusz Specht Memorial Scholarships in Science

Recognize academic excellence. Awarded to students entering the Faculty of Science or Health Sciences and pursuing studies in biology, microbiology, chemistry, biochemistry, or other health-related sciences. Eligible for travel allowance. Distributed over four terms.

$7,000 Dean’s Scholarships

Dean’s Scholarships are awarded within each of the Faculties of Applied Sciences, Arts and Social Sciences, Business Administration, Education, Health Sciences, and Science, to recognize academic achievement and potential in a particular area of study. Distributed over four terms. Eligible for travel allowance.

$5,000 Lohn Foundation Entrance Award

The award is offered based on financial need to entering high school students with a minimum 80% admission average and demonstrated commitment to volunteer activities. To be considered eligible, candidates should demonstrate their involvement in unpaid volunteer activities by providing their resumé and cover letter describing their volunteerism, the length of service and time-commitment dedicated to such interests and including a letter of reference from a supervisor of the candidate's volunteer work.

Completion of the Application for Student Financial Aid form is required. See students.sfu.ca/financialaid. Not eligible for travel allowance.

$5,000 H.Y. Louie Entrance Award

The awards are offered based on financial need to students with a minimum 80% admission average and demonstrated commitment to volunteer activities. To be considered eligible, candidates should demonstrate their involvement in unpaid volunteer activities by providing their resume and cover letter describing their volunteerism, the length of service and time commitment dedicated to such interests and including a letter of reference from a supervisor of the candidate’s work.

Completion of the Application for Student Financial Aid form is required. See students.sfu.ca/financialaid. Not eligible for travel allowance.

$2,500 Aboriginal Entrance Award

Awarded to Canadian aboriginal students entering Simon Fraser University from high school (minimum 80% average) or a BC College (minimum 3.0 average) who have a living connection to their aboriginal community. Eight awards will be granted annually. Must submit an application by the following deadlines: April 30 for the fall term. September 30 for the spring term, and January 30 for the summer term.

$2,000 Community Entrance Awards

The Community Entrance Awards will be available for students entering the University in the fall term from areas of British Columbia that are under-represented at Simon Fraser University. Valued at $2,000, the Awards will recognize students who have demonstrated a commitment to school and/or community leadership, the contemporary arts or the sciences. First Nations applicants are encouraged. A minimum average of 80% is required and up to six awards will be made. These Awards are not tenable with other major entrance scholarships. Not eligible for travel allowance.

$2,000 SFU Surrey Entrance Awards

The SFU Surrey Entrance Awards recognize exceptional academic and community achievement of BC secondary school students from all areas of British Columbia; particularly those residing in locations south of the Fraser River. A series of awards are available to applicants of one of the following three, first-year cohort programs at Simon Fraser University Surrey: TechOne (Applied Sciences), Explorations (Arts and Social Sciences), or Science Year One (Science). Students who apply for direct admission to the Faculty of Business Administration, the School of Computing Science, the Mechatronic Systems Engineering Program, or the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at the Surrey campus are also eligible to apply for the awards. Applicants for the award need a minimum admission average of 80%. Not eligible for travel allowance.

Dr. Gordon L. Diewert Memorial Entrance Scholarship

A scholarship will be awarded in the fall term to a graduating student from New Westminster Senior Secondary School, who is planning to pursue a major in kinesiology at Simon Fraser University. Applicants must have a record of community service, involvement in athletics and a high academic standing. The successful applicant will be recommended by the scholarship and bursary committee of New Westminster Senior Secondary School. Not eligible for travel allowance.

Mona F. East Memorial Entrance Scholarship

This fund provides a scholarship annually for the student graduating from Similkameen Secondary School with the highest standing and who will be attending Simon Fraser University. The amount of the award will vary, depending upon the accrued interest of the fund. Not eligible for travel allowance.

Rotary Club of Vancouver Sunrise Entrance Scholarship

The Rotary Club of Vancouver Sunrise provides an annual entrance scholarship from the interest earned on the endowment. The scholarship will be based on academic merit with preference for an entering student from King George Secondary School. The recipient of the scholarship will be invited to make a presentation at a meeting of the Rotary Club of Vancouver Sunrise. Not eligible for travel allowance.

For Canadian High School Students – No Application Required

All entering Canadian high school students are considered automatically for the following scholarships; no applications are required.

$20,000 Lloyd Carr-Harris Foundation Entrance Scholarship in Business Administration

This award is offered to an entering high school student of the highest academic standing who also obtains direct admission into the Faculty of Business Administration. The award is distributed over eight terms. Not eligible for a travel allowance.

$5,000 Academic Excellence Entrance Scholarships

Recognize academic excellence for high school students within Canada. Distributed over two terms. Eligible for travel allowance.

$3,500 Jack Diamond National Entrance Awards

Recognize academic and athletic excellence. Potential candidates are identified by Simon Fraser University, and nominated by our Director of Recreation and Athletics. Eligible for travel allowance. Distributed over two terms.

$3,500 Kenneth Strand National Scholarships

Recognize academic excellence for students outside of BC. Eligible for travel allowance. Distributed over two terms.

$3,500 Summit Scholarships

Recognize academic excellence for students within BC. Eligible for travel allowance. Distributed over two terms.

For BC College Students – Application Required

BC College scholarship application deadlines:

April 30 for admission to the fall term, September 30 for the spring term, and January 31 for the summer term.

$10,000 Honourable William M. Hamilton Scholarships

Recognize academic excellence and leadership potential. Distributed over four terms. Eligible for travel allowance.

Columbia College Entrance Scholarship

This award provides financial support for an alumnus of Columbia College who will be attending Simon Fraser University. The award may be disbursed over one or two terms, pending interest income from the endowment fund. Applicants must have graduated from Columbia College and be enrolled at Simon Fraser and show distinct promise of achievement at the undergraduate level. Applicants must also provide a letter of application and resume summarizing all awards, medals and prizes, leadership initiatives, and service as well as two letters of reference and certified copy of school transcript. Submit all documentation to Financial Aid and Awards at Simon Fraser University by May 30th. Not eligible for travel allowance.

For BC College Students – No Application Required

$3,500 Ken Caple Scholarships

Recognize outstanding academic performance. Students with a high transfer average from a BC college may automatically receive an offer of this scholarship. Distributed over two terms. Eligible for travel allowance.

For International Students – Application Required

$40,000 (plus tuition) W. Ronald Heath International Entrance Scholarships

Recognize international students attending United World Colleges who demonstrate academic excellence, school involvement, community service, leadership and volunteer activity. Distributed over eight terms. Eligible for travel allowance.

$10,000 Tadeusz Specht Memorial Scholarships in Applied Sciences

Recognize academic excellence. Awarded to students entering the Faculty of Applied Sciences and pursuing studies in the fields of kinesiology or other health-related sciences. Eligible for travel allowance. Distributed over four terms.

$10,000 Tadeusz Specht memorial Scholarships in Science

Recognize academic excellence. Awarded to students entering the Faculty of Science or Health Sciences and pursuing studies in biology, microbiology, chemistry, biochemistry, or other health-related sciences. Eligible for travel allowance. Distributed over four terms.

$10,000 India Entrance Scholarship

Recognizes excellent academic performance and community service for students graduating from a high school in India. Up to a maximum of three scholarships divided into two equal installments are awarded annually every fall term.

$10,000 SFU ZU DDP Entrance Scholarships

Two SFU ZU DDP Entrance Scholarships are awarded annually on the basis of academic and/or personal achievement, to Zhejiang University students who are studying in the SFU ZU Dual Degree Program in Computing Science. Distributed over two terms. Not eligible for travel allowance.

$5,000 SFU ZU DDP Entrance Awards

Eight SFU ZU DDP Entrance Awards are awarded annually on the basis of academic and/or personal achievement, to Zhejiang University students who are studying in the SFU ZU Dual Degree Program in Computing Science. Distributed in one term. Not eligible for travel allowance.

$3,500 Phi Theta Kappa International Summit Scholarships

Recognize Phi Theta Kappa members with a minimum 3.75 GPA on minimum 30 units from a US college. Part-time students and students with a previous bachelor degree are not eligible. Distributed over two terms. Eligible for travel allowance.

Up to three entrance scholarships are made available for Phi Theta Kappa members with a minimum 3.75 GPA. A minimum of 30 units required for application. Part-time students and students with a previous bachelors degree are not eligible. Eligible for travel allowance.

Deadlines: April 30 for admission to the fall term, September 30 for the spring term, and January 31 for the summer term.

Stanley Morisse Memorial Scholarships

The Stanley Morisse Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student transferring from the University of Cyprus or a Cypriot secondary school. The amount of the award is determined by the amount of interest earned on the endowment.

For International Students – No Application Required

$3,500 International Summit

Recognizes academic excellence and potential. International students entering directly from high school with a 90% average (or equivalent) or from a BC college with a high transfer average, will automatically receive an offer of this scholarship. This scholarship is entitled to the one-time travel allowance. Distributed over two terms.

Scholarships for Continuing Students

Regulations

The following regulations govern all university, private and endowed scholarships for continuing students over which the University has jurisdiction. Many are made possible by generous donations.

A minimum 3.50 CGPA is required to be eligible for a scholarship.

The student must be enrolled in a minimum of nine units of normally graded courses in the term of eligibility, unless otherwise stipulated. Challenge, audit and credit free courses are not considered. Students who enrol in fewer than nine units or subsequently drop below nine units may have their scholarships cancelled.

The student must have completed at least nine units of normal graded courses at the University to be considered for most private and endowed scholarships.

A student holding an ongoing Simon Fraser University Entrance Scholarship is not eligible for private scholarships until the entrance scholarship is fully paid out.

Funds will be credited to the successful student’s University account. Outstanding University debts will be deducted from the scholarship funds before a cheque for the credit balance is issued.

The student must apply on the Simon Fraser University Private Scholarship application form (http://students.sfu.ca/financialaid). It is the student’s responsibility to meet applicable deadlines and supply all required documentation. Incomplete applications may be rejected.

Unless otherwise stated, scholarships are tenable only at Simon Fraser University.

Candidates are permitted to hold concurrently more than one academic award only with the permission of Financial Aid and Awards.

Scholarships are tenable for the term indicated and will not normally be deferred. Students who do not enrol in the term for which the scholarship is granted forfeit the award. To be considered for future private or endowed scholarships, students must reapply.

Open Undergraduate Scholarship Program

The Undergraduate Open Scholarship recognizes and supports undergraduate students who are highly qualified academically and awards scholarships to students on a term by term basis.

Eligibility

Eligibility is limited to students pursuing a first degree and will expire when a student’s total accumulated units (including transfer units) exceed by 10% the minimum number of units required to complete the degree program in which the student is enrolled. (e.g., a student whose major program requires 120 units to graduate becomes ineligible when her/his total accumulated credit and transfer credit exceeds 132 units.)

To qualify, a student must have

• successfully completed at least 24 Simon Fraser University units

a minimum Simon Fraser University cumulative grade point average of at least 3.60, with the eligible CGPA set according to the availability of funds. The threshold CGPA will be set as low as permitted by the availability of funds. (The minimum CGPA requirement for eligibility has been set at 3.67 in recent terms.)

a minimum term GPA of 3.50 in the last term of enrolment

been enrolled in one of the last three terms

completed at least 24 units of normally graded courses over their last three terms of enrolment in such courses. For students who fall short of the 24 unit requirement because one term’s enrolment was in a single course of five units or less, the last four terms will be considered, and that term of one course will be set aside in determining unit and term GPA eligibility.

All eligibility requirements must be met.

Monetary Value

The value of the scholarship is set each year by the University as a portion of the actual tuition costs accrued by those eligible. International undergraduate students are eligible on the same basis as other students.

Co-operative education students will be eligible subject to normal program guidelines. Job practicum courses, however, are excluded from the calculations (i.e., the scholarship does not cover the co-op fee). Enrolment in normally graded courses during a co-op term may affect eligibility. Co-op students should seek advice about this scholarship before enrolling in normally-graded courses while also enrolling in a co-op term.

Graduate students, including qualifying, special and exchange students, are not eligible for this scholarship.

No application is required. All students are considered for eligibility each term; eligible students will be notified no later than the end of the fourth week of classes.

The rate, for normally graded courses, is $110 per unit for fiscal 2008/09.

Scholarships for All Students

Hy Aisenstat Scholarship

Program code: UESO-517

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students with experience in the hospitality industry who are returning to University. Please document eligibility.

Alumni Scholarship and Bursary Endowment Fund

Program code: UESO-253

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students who meet the minimum scholarship regulations.

One World Scholarship Irving K Barber BC International Scholarship Program

Program code: UPSO-313

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The scholarship will be awarded on a competitive basis to students who:

• Are Canadian citizens or permanent residents (landed immigrants).

• Are British Columbia residents, defined as having had their primary residency at an address in the province for at least the past 12 months.

• Are enrolled in a program at least one year long (and preferably longer), leading to a credential.

• Have an academic standing suitable to a study/work abroad program, as determined by their post-secondary institution, and have been accepted into an eligible study or work abroad program by their institution.

• Are planning to carry out their study/work abroad activity outside Canada and the United States.

• Are not carrying out their study/work abroad activity in a country from which they have immigrated within the past 10 years.

• Can demonstrate the links between their study/work abroad experience and their education goals.

• Have preferably demonstrated some involvement in their school and/or community.

• Have not previously received a One World Scholarship or Pacific Horizons Scholarship at the same credential level.

Full details are available from the following website: http://www.aved.gov.bc.ca/studentaidbc/specialprograms/irvingkbarber/international_scholarships.htm. All SFU student applications are to be submitted to the SFU Financial Aid office, MBC 3000. Deadline will be posted.

Pacific Horizons Scholarship Irving K Barber BC International Scholarship Program

Program code: UPSO-314

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The scholarship will be awarded on a competitive basis to students who:

• Are Canadian citizens or permanent residents (landed immigrants).

• Are British Columbia residents, defined as having had their primary residency at an address in the province for at least the past 12 months.

• Are enrolled in a program of at least one year in length, and offering a credential.

• Have made arrangements to take part in cultural or language learning studies overseas.

• Are carrying out their study/work abroad activity outside Canada and the United States.

• Are not carrying out their international experiential activity in a country from which they have immigrated within the past 10 years.

• Have not previously received a One World Scholarship or Pacific Horizons Scholarship at the same credential level.

Full details are available from the following website: http://www.aved.gov.bc.ca/studentaidbc/specialprograms/irvingkbarber/international_scholarships.htm. All SFU student applications are to be submitted to the SFU Financial Aid and Awards office, MBC 3000. Deadline will be posted.

Japanese-Canadian Centennial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-255

Value: $750

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To a Japanese-Canadian student residing in British Columbia and enrolled in the first year of study at Simon Fraser. Eligibility for this scholarship will be based on scholastic ability, character, promise of achievement and participation in extracurricular activities. Applications will be considered from first year students.

Joseph and Rosalie Segal Scholarship

Program code: UESO-254

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To students with good academic records, and demonstrated service to the University or the community. The awards will be open to students in any faculty who have completed at least 60 units of study.

Sulzer Pumps Inc. Undergraduate Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-286

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted to an undergraduate student in any faculty based on academic merit. Preference will be given to applicants who are Sulzer Bingham employees; sons, daughters or legal dependants of Sulzer Bingham Pumps Inc. employees; or residents of Burnaby.

University Women's Club of Vancouver Scholarship

Program code: UESO-526

Value: $1725

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Awarded to an undergraduate student in any faculty based on scholastic merit.

Vancouver Korean Canadian Scholarship Foundation Scholarship Award

Program code: UPSO-294

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The scholarship will be made, based on academic merit, to a student attending a Korean exchange program through SFU International.

Scholarships for Applied Sciences Students

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-275

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student with a high academic standing who is entering the second year of engineering science at Simon Fraser University. The assessment of academic standing will be based upon previous performance during the first year of engineering at another BC post-secondary institution. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the School of Engineering Science Scholarship Committee.

Channel M Scholarship in Communication

Program code: UESO-335

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The scholarship will be awarded based on academic merit in any term to students with an approved communication major. Preference will be given to students who are a member of a visible minority group. Recipients will be invited to Channel M for a tour at a mutually convenient time during the year in which they win the scholarship.

Paul Coté Endowment Scholarship in Engineering

Program code: UESO-213

Value: $725

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To an engineering science student enrolled in the Faculty of Applied Sciences. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of high academic performance to a student who has completed at least 60 units at Simon Fraser University. This scholarship has been established by the Board of Governors.

Harold Hancheroff Memorial Scholarship in Sports Education

Program code: UESO-523

Value: $750

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a full time student in the School of Kinesiology, who is pursuing an honors degree in sports education. The scholarship is also based upon academic merit.

Ken and Su Jang Scholarship for Women in Science

Program code: UESO-276

Value: $1900

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate female student in the Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The award will be based on academic merit.

School of Kinesiology Alumni Scholarships

Program code: UESO-319

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Scholarships will be granted on the basis of academic performance to students in the School of Kinesiology.

Kodak Graphic Communications Canada

Program code: UPSO-214

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To engineering science students in the Faculty of Applied Sciences, who have successfully completed at least one year. Students will require a nomination from the Faculty, who will give consideration to academic standing as well as talent and interest expressed by the student in electro-optics, precision mechanics or instrumentation.

Elma Krbavac Undergraduate Scholarship in Computing Science

Program code: UESO-322

Value: $1400

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in computing science based on high academic standing and demonstrated volunteer involvement. Candidates should demonstrate their involvement in volunteer activities by providing such details in a resume and cover letter with their application.

Matthew LeDuc Memorial Scholarship in Computing Science

Program code: UESO-329

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to a computing science major, with demonstrated excellence in the field of computer graphics.

MDSI Mobile Data Solutions Inc. / Peter Kam Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-289

Value: $1500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted to an undergraduate student in a major or honors program in the School of Engineering Science, Computer Engineering option or in the School of Computing Science. The successful candidate should have a CGPA of 3.8 and will have distinguished him/her self in an innovative manner in a project or assignment in the spirit of creativity and exploration exemplified by Mr. Peter Kam. Applications should include recommendations from his/her faculty supervisor.

Joe and Mary Merchant Scholarship

Program code: UESO-309

Value: $750

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: A scholarship, based on scholastic merit, will be awarded to a full-time third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Applied Sciences.

Fred and Elaine Moonen Scholarship in Communication

Program code: UESO-266

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To students majoring in Communication entering their fourth year of the Communication program. Preference will be given to students in the honors program. A recommendation from the chair of the Department of Communication is required. Applications should be submitted to the Director, School of Communication by January 2 (spring award) and by September 1 (fall award).

Orbital Technologies Inc. Scholarship in Computing Science

Program code: UESO-327

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to an approved computing science student on the basis of academic performance and documented community service. Applications for the scholarship should also include a letter and resume chronicling volunteer service in the community. When possible, preference will be given to a female student.

Basil Peters/High Tech Exchange Group Scholarship

Program code: UESO-239

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: The scholarship is given, based on academic merit, to upper level students in engineering science program studying in the areas of high frequency electronics. The scholarships will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the School of Engineering Science.

J. Newton Robinson Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-242

Value: $250

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a computing science major, who has completed 60 units at Simon Fraser University. The scholarship will be based upon academic performance. This endowment has been established in memory of J. Newton Robinson, former member of the Simon Fraser University Board of Governors.

Carla Salvail Scholarship in Communication

Program code: UESO-531

Value: $900

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Granted to a full-time student in the School of Communication on the basis of demonstrated academic excellence. Preference will be given to a student who has not only survived physical, emotional or other hardship in life but triumphed over those challenges. Applicants must provide documentation describing their experiences such as a personal statement, resume and/or letter of reference.

Scotiabank Student Scholar in the Faculty of Applied Sciences Award

Program code: UESO-311

Value: $2000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Award will be granted to a Faculty of Applied Sciences student with at least 90 units who exemplifies the aspects of a well-rounded student scholar; academic excellence and community involvement. Academic excellence is based on academic merit as determined by cumulative grade point average (CGPA). Community involvement may be service to the university community or the community at large.

Simba Technologies Scholarship in Computing Science

Program code: UESO-530

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to an approved computing science student on the basis of academic performance and documented community service. Applications for the scholarship should also include a letter and resume chronicling volunteer service in the community. When possible, preference will be given to a female student.

Standard Broadcasting Corporation Limited Scholarship

Program code: UESO-325

Value: $1500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: The scholarship will be offered, based on academic performance, to full-time students in the Information Technology and Interactive Arts programs at the Simon Fraser University Surrey Campus.

Paul and Helen Trussell Science Scholarship Fund

Program code: N/A

Value: $20000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student entering their last two years of undergraduate study at a BC university or college. The applicant must be a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident, and have completed secondary schooling in the Kootenay-Boundary area (School Districts No. 1-13 inclusive). To qualify, a candidate must be pursuing an undergraduate program leading to at least a Master’s or PhD degree in natural or applied sciences, such as agriculture, engineering, forestry and fisheries. The award will cover the last two undergraduate years and the first two graduate years. Normally, a student must complete a minimum of 12 units of graded course work each term during tenure of the scholarship and maintain a 75% average. Apply to Science Council of British Columbia. <www.scbc.org/programs/
scholarship_trussell.html>

University Women’s Club of Vancouver Women in Science Scholarship

Program code: UESO-260

Value: $1400

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a female student enrolled in the Faculty of Science. The award is open to third or fourth year students majoring in science or applied science programs. A recommendation from the Dean of Science and/or the Dean of Applied Science is required.

Weyerhaeuser Company Limited Scholarship in Engineering Science and Environmental Science

Program code: UPSO-302

Value: $3000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The scholarship is awarded on the basis of exceptional academic performance to an undergraduate student with an approved major in engineering science and environmental science. The scholarship will rotate these approved majors in a three-year cycle outlined as thus: year one: approved major in engineering science, year two: approved major in environmental science with emphasis on quantitative techniques in resource management, year three: approved major in environmental science with any emphasis except quantitative techniques in resource management. When possible, preference will be given to students from a Weyerhaeuser operating community in Canada. The award is granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School of Engineering Science or the Director, Department of Environmental Science.

Scholarships for Arts and Social Sciences Students

Father Michael Bach Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-256

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student enrolled in either the third or fourth year of the humanities program. Friends, relatives and colleagues of the late Father Michael Bach have established an endowment fund to support one or more scholarships in the humanities program. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the department in recognition of outstanding scholastic ability.

Mary Batchelor Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-257

Value: $1500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a student in the psychology major or honors program. Selection by the psychology department will be based upon academic achievement and extracurricular involvement. Applicants must have completed at least 60 units, of which 30 units are of Simon Fraser University course work, and must also include a resumé with their applications.

Arthur and Eva Bell Award in Business Administration or Economics

Program code: UPSO-203

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To students in second, third or fourth year of business administration or economics. Eligibility is based on need for financial assistance and high academic standing. Students must provide a copy of their current transcript with the application.

BOMA Undergraduate Scholarship in Urban Studies

Program code: UESO-306

Value: $1500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Awarded to an undergraduate student in the Certificate in Urban Studies program based on scholastic merit.

Linda Brideau Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-206

Value: $1300

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student, who is majoring in criminology. The award will be based on academic excellence and preference will be given to a student in the honors program or who has completed at least two years of study at Simon Fraser University.

Chien’s Cultural Foundation Scholarship

Program code: UESO-521

Value: $700

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, or in the Faculty of Arts, preferably in political science. The Scholarship will be granted on the basis of outstanding academic performance. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

School for the Contemporary Arts Scholarship

Program code: UUAO-004

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The purpose of this award is to recognize achievement of excellence in the arts for outstanding artistic contribution, as evidenced in performance, exhibitions or research; as well as recognize leadership ability by providing an inspiring example to peers through the quality of artistic work, and by demonstrating ability to be self-motivated and self-directed in extra-curricular activities at Simon Fraser University or in the community at large. A 3.5 cumulative grade point average is required to receive and maintain the scholarship and full time enrolment must be maintained during the tenure of the scholarship. Further eligibility requires at least 48 graded units at Simon Fraser University, a declared major and acceptance by the School for the Contemporary Arts. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School for Contemporary Arts.

School for the Contemporary Arts Alumni Scholarships

Program code: UESO-317

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Scholarships will be granted on the basis of academic performance to students in the School for the Contemporary Arts.

School of Criminology Alumni Scholarships

Program code: UESO-318

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Scholarships will be granted on the basis of academic performance to students in the School of Criminology.

Peter Crocker Annual Scholarship in Psychology

Program code: UPSO-309

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Awarded to a fourth year undergraduate student involved in research in sport, or exercise, or health psychology. Applications must include a resume outlining the candidate’s research interests. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the chair of psychology.

Department of French Award For Excellence

Program code: UESO-328

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given annually to a student pursuing a French major or a French honors program on the basis of academic excellence and service to the Department of French or the French Department Student Union. Applications should include a resume outlining the student’s volunteer activities. The award will be made by the Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the chair of the department of French.

Mahatma Gandhi Humanitarian Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-220

Value: $350

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Offered by Dr. and Mrs. Devendra P. Goel to a student who has demonstrated overall excellence in the humanities program. Nomination required from the director of the humanities program.

Dr. Alfredo E. Hurtado Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-274

Value: $1200

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student majoring in Spanish and/or Latin American Studies.

Pauline Jewett Scholarship

Program code: UESO-524

Value: $400

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To the student who has the highest CGPA among political science majors who have surpassed 90 units during that term. To be eligible, the student must have taken at least two 200 division and at least three senior (300 or 400 division) courses in Simon Fraser Political Science Department. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the chair of the political science department.

Lorne M. Kendall Memorial Scholarship in Psychology

Program code: UESO-228

Value: $375

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate or graduate psychology student who, in the previous year, has best exemplified Dr. Kendall’s approach to psychology. Nominations for the award will be made by faculty members of the psychology department. The recipient will be selected by the chair of the department, after consultation with the chair of the Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Committees.

Liberal and Business Studies Program Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-297

Value: $1500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of academic performance, to a student whose tuition fees are not being subsidized by an employer. Candidate will be nominated by the academic director of the liberal and business studies program in consultation with the liberal and business studies academic steering committee.

Jerry and Belle Lundie Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-231

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Available to students in their second, third or fourth year of undergraduate study. One scholarship is available to a student majoring in business management and the other scholarship is available to an economics major. Applicants must be Canadian citizens and residents of BC. Preference will be given to physically challenged students. The scholarships are made available by the Credit Union Foundation of BC, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lundie, who were Credit Union pioneers.

Margaret J. Menzel Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-235

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a single parent enrolled in the Women Studies program, on the basis of academic achievement. The Women’s Studies Co-ordinator will forward nomination(s) to Financial Assistance.

Ann and William Messenger Undergraduate Scholarships in English

Program code: UESO-330

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to approved English majors who have completed at least 90 units.

Robbie Robertson Scholarship in Gerontology

Program code: UPSO-273

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The Prince George branch of the Royal Canadian Legion will provide a scholarship to be awarded to a student enrolled in the Gerontology diploma program who has an academic record of merit. Preference will be given, when possible, to a student from Prince George or surrounding areas. Students should apply on a Simon Fraser University Private Scholarship application form to be sent to the Gerontology Diploma Program, Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre, 555 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, V5B 5K3.

Scotiabank Student Scholar in the Faculty of Arts Award

Program code: UESO-312

Value: $2000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Award will be granted to a Faculty of Arts student with at least 90 units who exemplifies the aspects of a well-rounded student scholar; academic excellence and community involvement. Academic excellence is based on academic merit as determined by cumulative grade point average (CGPA). Community involvement may be service to the university community or the community at large.

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sommer Scholarship in Earth Sciences/Geography

Program code: UESO-308

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Granted in alternate between geography and earth sciences students, on the basis of academic merit to a student majoring in geography or earth sciences who has completed at least 90 undergraduate credits including 12 upper division credits in geography or earth sciences.

John Stell Sykes Scholarship

Program code: UESO-245

Value: $225

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a third or fourth year student who is a French major in a degree program. The scholarship will be adjudicated on the basis of proficiency in French and academic standing.

Vancouver Port Authority Undergraduate Scholarship in Geography

Program code: UPSO-284

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The scholarship, based on academic merit, will be given to a geography student entering the fourth year of studies. In order to receive the second disbursement, the student must maintain academic standards.

Scholarships for Business Administration Students

Accenture Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UESO-323

Value: $1300

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a full-time undergraduate student who is in their third year of study in the Faculty of Business Administration. To be considered eligible, candidates should have completed one 300 division management information systems course, demonstrate their involvement in extracurricular or volunteer activities and interest in information technology by providing their resume and cover letter specific to these interests, and include a letter of recommendation from a Management Information Systems or computing science faculty member with their application.

Bank of Montreal Undergraduate Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UPSO-283

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To business Administration students who intend to pursue a career in the financial industry upon graduation. Preference will be given to students in the finance area of concentration. At least one of the two awards will be given to a business administration co-op student.

Keith and Betty Beedie Foundation Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UESO-520

Value: $1300

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate third or fourth year student in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in either finance or Accounting. Preference will be given to a graduate of either a Burnaby secondary school or Magee Secondary School. The scholarship will be granted on the basis of outstanding academic performance.

Arthur and Eva Bell Award in Business Administration or Economics

Program code: UPSO-203

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To students in second, third or fourth year of business administration or economics. Eligibility is based on need for financial assistance and high academic standing. Students must provide a copy of their current transcript with the application.

Faculty of Business Administration Alumni Scholarships

Program code: UESO-316

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Scholarships will be granted on the basis of academic performance to students in the Faculty of Business Administration.

Chevron Canada Ltd Scholarship

Program code: UESO-282

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student in their final year of an undergraduate program who intends to pursue a career in business. Preference will be given to a student who has graduated from a BC secondary school. At least one letter of recommendation from a Dean or Department Chair must be submitted with the application.

The Chief Information Officer Association of British Columbia Undergraduate Scholarship in Management Information Systems

Program code: UPSO-308

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To a full-time, third year student in the Management Information Systems concentration in the Faculty of Business Administration, on the basis of academic performance. Students must have completed 24 units in the preceding three terms. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Faculty of Business Administration.

Chien’s Cultural Foundation Scholarship

Program code: UESO-521

Value: $700

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, or in the Faculty of Arts, preferably in Political Science. The Scholarship will be granted on the basis of outstanding academic performance. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Chinese Federation of Commerce of Canada Scholarship

Program code: UESO-525

Value: $1100

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Award is based on scholastic merit and will be given to a full-time undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration.

Cloverdale Paint Incorporated Scholarship

Program code: UESO-272

Value: $700

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate, upper level student in the Faculty of Business Administration, whose area of study is marketing. The award will be based on academic merit. Preference will be given to Cloverdale Paint employees or their children.

Deloitte & Touche Scholarship in Accounting

Program code: UPSO-247

Value: $1250

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: Granted to a third year Faculty of Business Administration student in the Accounting concentration who has the highest cumulative grade point average (CGPA).

Financial Executives Institute Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-219

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate third or fourth year student in the Faculty of Business Administration concentrating in the area of finance. The scholarship is based on academic merit.

Great-West Life Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UESO-324

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The award will be made to a full-time undergraduate student who is in their fourth year of study in the Faculty of Business Administration on the basis of academic performance and demonstrated volunteer involvement. To be considered eligible, candidates should demonstrate their involvement in volunteer activities by providing their resume and cover letter specific to these interests.

Honourable William M. Hamilton Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-305

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The scholarship, based on academic merit, will be awarded to a student entering the Faculty of Business Administration at Simon Fraser University with at least 30 units.

Bruce Howe Memorial Scholarship in International Business

Program code: UESO-310

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: The award, based on academic merit, will be given to the top student in the Faculty in Business Administration in the international business concentration. The applicant should be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada and have completed at least 90 units.

Human Resources Management Association of BC Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-226

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The scholarship will be granted to a Faculty of Business Administration student with an approved concentration in human resources management who has completed at least two human resources management courses at the 300 division.

ICABC Business Administration Co-Op Education Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-228

Value: $2000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a full-time undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration Co-operative Education Program (CA stream). Candidates should have completed at least one practicum work term after being accepted into the Co-operative Education program before eligibility is determined. The scholarship will be granted on the basis of academic performance, with consideration given to improved academic performance, and reports of practicum work performance and the expressed intent of becoming a Chartered Accountant. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of candidates by the Co-ordinator, Business Administration Co-operative Education Accounting Program.

ICABC Desmond O’Brien Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-227

Value: $2000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a full-time undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration. The student will have completed 75 to 105 term units inclusive, including the term of application, and must have at least nine units of accounting courses. The scholarship will be granted on the basis of academic performance.

ISACA Vancouver Chapter Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-300

Value: $250

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The ISACA scholarship will be awarded to the top student of the year in BUS 426, an auditing course. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Faculty of Business Administration.

KPMG Annual Award in Accounting

Program code: UPSO-307

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To a third or fourth year student in the Accounting concentration of a Bachelor of Business Administration on the basis of demonstrated academic achievement, extra-curricular activities, community involvement, and the ability to lead others.

Maria Kuchar Accounting Scholarship

Program code: UESO-263

Value: $3000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Maria Kuchar Accounting Scholarships of approximately $3000 awarded in two disbursements, will be awarded in the fall term to third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration majoring in Accounting. When possible, preference will be given to a female student.

Robert H. Lee Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UESO-271

Value: $1700

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a third or fourth year student who is majoring in business administration. The award is also based upon academic achievement.

Jerry and Belle Lundie Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-231

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Available to students in their second, third or fourth year of undergraduate study. One scholarship is available to a student majoring in Business Management and the other scholarship is available to an economics major. Applicants must be Canadian citizens and residents of BC. Preference will be given to physically challenged students. The scholarships are made available by the Credit Union Foundation of BC, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lundie, who were Credit Union pioneers.

Methanex Robert Findlay Annual Undergraduate Scholarship in Management Information Systems

Program code: UPSO-311

Value: $3500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student in his or her third or fourth year of study in the Management Information Systems concentration in the Faculty of Business Administration. Academic achievement is the primary criterion in evaluating candidates, although demonstrated leadership and volunteerism in campus and community affairs may be taken into account. The scholarship recipient may be invited to apply for a co-operative education placement with Methanex should an opportunity be available.

Gil Moser Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-238

Value: $1600

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a full time student in the Faculty of Business Administration on the basis of high academic standing. This endowment fund has been established in memory of the late Gil Moser who served Simon Fraser University on its Board of Governors.

Mr. Sub Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UPSO-296

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a full-time student in the Faculty of Business Administration based on academic performance and demonstrated community volunteer involvement. Applications should include supporting document(s) describing such involvement.

Robert Rogow Scholarship

Program code: UESO-527

Value: $2500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of academic merit, to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources Management. The recipient will have completed at least one Simon Fraser University credit course offered by the Faculty of Business Administration in industrial relations or collective bargaining.

Scotiabank Student Scholar in the Faculty of Business Administration Award

Program code: UESO-313

Value: $2000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Award will be granted to a Faculty of Business Administration student with at least 90 units who exemplifies the aspects of a well-rounded student scholar; academic excellence and community involvement. Academic excellence is based on academic merit as determined by cumulative grade point average (CGPA). Community involvement may be service to the university community or the community at large.

Shell Canada Limited Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UESO-264

Value: $1300

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the co-op program of the Faculty of Business Administration.

Vancouver Security Traders Association (VSTA) Annual Scholarship in Finance

Program code: UPSO-310

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a third year undergraduate business administration student with an approved concentration in finance on the basis of academic merit. The scholarship is renewable for a second year if the recipient maintains the scholarship requirements. Where possible, preference will be given to a student who has an interest in pursuing a career in Equity Trading and has completed the Canadian Securities Course or Trader Training Course.

Lis Welch Scholarship in Marketing

Program code: UESO-522

Value: $725

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Granted to an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in marketing, who is in third or fourth year. The award will be based on academic merit. Preference will be given to a female student who is a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.

Westminster Savings Barry Butler Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-299

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The scholarship will be awarded in the fall term to an outstanding third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration on the basis of academic performance.

Grant Wilson Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-268

Value: $3500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a BC student in the Faculty of Business Administration who is entering the final two terms of study at Simon Fraser. The applicant must be planning to enter Law school. This endowment fund has been established in memory of Grant Wilson by Stanley Pharmaceuticals Limited of North Vancouver, BC.

Lorraine Wintrup Memorial Endowment Scholarship

Program code: UESO-251

Value: $225

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: An endowment fund has been established in memory of Mrs. Lorraine Wintrup A scholarship is available to a business administration student majoring in Business Management with preference being given to banking related courses. Please supply a copy of your transcript and indicate any Business Management and Banking related courses.

Mildred Wirtanen Scholarship in Business

Program code: UESO-277

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in business administration who shows a significant improvement in academic studies.

Scholarships for Education Students

Carol and Gary Chapman Memorial Scholarship in Education

Program code: UESO-518

Value: $1800

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an outstanding full-time student in the Faculty of Education’s Professional Development Program based on academic merit and overall performance during the completion of the PDP practica. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries on the nomination of the Dean, Faculty of Education.

Madge Hogarth Scholarships in Education

Program code: UESO-224

Value: $450

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Two awards will be made to the most promising students based on academic standing prior to entry into the Professional Development Program (PDP), although teaching performance may be considered. One scholarship will be awarded to a student who enters the PDP in the fall term and one to a student who enters PDP in the spring term. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Faculty of Education.

Phi Delta Kappa Scholarship in Education

Program code: UPSO-276

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The award is given to undergraduate students in the Professional Development Program who have demonstrated overall excellence in their program of study. The scholarships will be awarded to students on the basis of overall excellence and contributions to the faculty, to the university and/or to the community. Candidates should include with their application a letter of recommendation in support of their service contributions. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Dean, Faculty of Education.

John Rosborough Memorial Scholarship in Education

Program code: UESO-326

Value: $750

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The scholarship will be awarded to an outstanding student in the Faculty of Education’s Professional Development Program based on academic merit, overall performance during the completion of the PDP practica, and a demonstrated interest in some aspect of information technology in the field of education. Applications for the scholarship should include a letter and resume chronicling involvement and interest with the information technology in education. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Dean, Faculty of Education.

Scotiabank Student Scholar in the Faculty of Education Award

Program code: UESO-314

Value: $2000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Award will be granted to a student in the PDP program who exemplifies the aspects of scholarly and professional excellence and community involvement. Community involvement may be service to the Faculty, the university community or the community at large.

The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Dean, Faculty of Education.

Ethel Barbara Tuck Undergraduate Scholarship in Education

Program code: UESO-321

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of outstanding academic performance to undergraduate upper division students who intend to pursue careers teaching children or youth and wish to develop skills in aiding pupils who have reading difficulties. The application should include a discussion of the student’s interest in teaching remedial reading.

Scholarships for Science Students

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC Scholarship in Earth Sciences

Program code: UPSO-306

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: One APEGBC Scholarship in Earth Sciences valued at $1500 will be made available annually in any term, based on academic merit, to a fourth year student with an approved earth sciences major and proved participation in the geology or environmental geoscience stream of earth sciences, leading to an eventual Professional Geoscientist designation. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on Scholarships Awards and Bursaries upon nomination by the Chair, Earth Sciences.

April Allen Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship

Program code: UESO-529

Value: $3000

Awarded: spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted to an undergraduate student(s) enrolled full-time in the Actuarial Science program. The award will go to a student within their first year of being admitted into one of the Actuarial Sciences programs who demonstrates excellence in academic performance and exhibits potential for success in the actuarial science field. Preference will be given to students who have personally been affected by cancer and/or have demonstrated leadership and/or service to an organization involved in cancer research and care. Students will apply to the Chair of the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science. The applications will include, if applicable, a resume outlining the candidate’s leadership activities and volunteer service as well as letter(s) of recommendation confirming these activities. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Committee on the recommendation of the Chair.

Chemistry Undergraduate Scholarship

Program code: UESO-332

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student(s) in their final year of an approved major or honors degree in chemistry on the basis of academic performance in upper level chemistry and nuclear science courses. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of the Department of Chemistry.

R. Bruce Coles Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-283

Value: $650

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a student in an approved Actuarial Science program who has completed ACMA 320. More than on scholarship may be made available. Scholarships will be granted on the basis of academic performance. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair, Actuarial Science.

Earth Sciences Undergraduate Scholarship

Program code: UESO-334

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student(s) in their final year of an approved major or honors degree in earth sciences based on academic performance in upper level earth sciences courses.

Goel Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-223

Value: $350

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student who has demonstrated overall excellence in the Department of Mathematics. Nomination required from the Chair of Mathematics. This scholarship has been established by Dr. and Mrs. D.P. Goel in memory of Mrs. Shakuntala Goel.

Enid Harris Scholarship in Environmental Science

Program code: UESO-528

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student or students enrolled in their third or fourth year of the Environmental Science Program at Simon Fraser University on the basis of demonstrated academic performance.

Ken and Su Jang Scholarship for Women in Science

Program code: UESO-276

Value: $1900

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate female student in the Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The award will be based on academic merit.

Ron MacLeod Scholarship in Environmental Science

Program code: UESO-307

Value: $950

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted to a third or fourth year student in the Environmental Science Program on the basis of academic performance. The application should include a letter from the student describing his/her commitment to and interest in environmental science.

William and Amelia McMahan Scholarships

Program code: UESO-233

Value: $1400

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To students who are enrolled in full course programs in the Faculty of Science, preferably to students who are in their first or second year of study and who have high academic standing will be considered. Preference will be given to students who are children of employees or former employees of the logging and pulp division of Canadian Forest Products Ltd. or its subsidiaries, affiliate companies or successors. In the event that no suitable candidates from the above are available, then children of persons engaged or formerly engaged in the logging or pulp industry in BC will be considered. Students must attach to the application form a resume including details of family service with the company and/or the industry.

Patrick Duncan McTaggart-Cowan Award in Physical Sciences

Program code: UESO-234

Value: $650

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: This scholarship fund was established in honor of Dr. Patrick Duncan McTaggart-Cowan. This fund will provide for a student in the physical sciences on the basis of academic achievement and potential, with consideration being given to financial need. Special consideration will be given to a student who plans to proceed to studies in meteorology or the atmospheric sciences or who has demonstrated interest or aptitude in these fields, and preference might be given to a third year student going into the graduating year in an honors program.

Joe and Mary Merchant Scholarship

Program code: UESO-309

Value: $750

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: A scholarship, based on scholastic merit, will be awarded to a full-time third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Applied Sciences.

Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Undergraduate Scholarship

Program code: UESO-333

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student(s) in their final year of an approved major or honors degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry on the basis of academic performance.

Pacific Blue Cross Scholarship in Actuarial Science

Program code: UPSO-303

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: The scholarship will be made available, based on academic merit, to a third or fourth year student with a declared major in Actuarial Science. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair, Statistics & Actuarial Science.

Evelyn and Leigh Palmer Scholarship

Program code: UESO-267

Value: $3000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The scholarships are granted in any term based on academic merit to undergraduate students in a major or honors program in the physical sciences (Physics, Applied Physics, Mathematical Physics, Chemical Physics, Chemistry, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, or Physics and Physiology). Applicants should have completed at least 60 Simon Fraser University term units toward the requirements for a degree and have completed at least 30 units in two of the last three terms in which they were enrolled.

Quadra Chemicals Ltd. Scholarship

Program code: UESO-270

Value: $850

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a full-time undergraduate student who is enrolled in second, third, or fourth year of study, majoring in either chemistry or biochemistry in the Faculty of Science. Applicants must demonstrate exceptional ability and not be recommended for an NSERC Summer Research Scholarship.

Beverley Raymond Scholarship in Biological Scienes or Environmental Studies

Program code: UEAO-065

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in Biological Sciences or Environmental Sciences who has demonstrated interest and aptitude in these fields through academic achievement (minimum CGPA 3.00) and outdoor activities. Preference will be given to a student in their graduating year of an honors program with an honors project relating to environmental studies. The application should include a letter from the student supporting their qualifications for the award and outlining their career plans and interest in the environment.

Faculty of Science Alumni Scholarships

Program code: UESO-320

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Scholarships will be granted on the basis of academic performance to students in the Faculty of Science.

Scotiabank Student Scholar in the Faculty of Science Award

Program code: UESO-315

Value: $2000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Award will be granted to a Faculty of Science student with at least 90 units who exemplifies the aspects of a well-rounded student scholar; academic excellence and community involvement. Academic excellence is based on academic merit as determined by cumulative grade point average (CGPA). Community involvement may be service to the university community or the community at large.

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sommer Scholarship in Earth Sciences/Geography

Program code: UESO-308

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Granted in alternate between geography and earth sciences students, on the basis of academic merit to a student majoring in geography or earth sciences who has completed at least 90 undergraduate credits including 12 upper division credits in geography or earth sciences.

Trans-Canada Pipelines Research Scholarship in Chemistry

Program code: UESO-261

Value: $725

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a student presently enrolled in a four year program leading to a BSc in Chemistry. The Department of Chemistry Scholarship Committee will nominate a candidate for the scholarship on the basis of the applicant’s potential for future work in research in chemistry related to the petrochemical industry and on the applicant’s interest in such work.

Paul and Helen Trussell Science Scholarship Fund

Program code: N/A

Value: $20000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student entering their last two years of undergraduate study at a BC university or college. The applicant must be a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident, and have completed secondary schooling in the Kootenay-Boundary area (School Districts No. 1-13 inclusive). To qualify, a candidate must be pursuing an undergraduate program leading to at least a master’s or PhD degree in natural or applied sciences, such as agriculture, engineering, forestry and fisheries. The award will cover the last two undergraduate years and the first two graduate years. Normally, a student must complete a minimum of 12 units of graded course work each term during tenure of the scholarship and maintain a 75% average. Apply to Science Council of British Columbia. <www.scbc.org/programs/scholarship_trussell.html>

University Women’s Club of Vancouver Women in Science Scholarship

Program code: UESO-260

Value: $1400

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a female student enrolled in the Faculty of Science. The award is open to third or fourth year students majoring in science or applied science programs. A recommendation from the Dean of Science and/or the Dean of Applied Science is required.

Vancouver Port Authority Undergraduate Scholarship in Geography

Program code: UPSO-284

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The scholarship, based on academic merit, will be given to a geography student entering the fourth year of studies. In order to receive the second disbursement, the student must maintain academic standards.

Watson Wyatt Scholarship in Actuarial Science

Program code: UESO-516

Value: $2000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a student in an approved Actuarial Science program who has completed ACMA 320. Scholarship will be granted on the basis of academic performance. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair, Actuarial Science.

Weyerhaeuser Company Limited Scholarship in Engineering Science and Environmental Science

Program code: UPSO-302

Value: $3000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The scholarship is awarded on the basis of exceptional academic performance to an undergraduate student with an approved major in engineering science and environmental science. The scholarship will rotate these approved majors in a three-year cycle outlined as thus: year one: approved major in engineering science, year two: approved major in environmental science with emphasis on quantitative techniques in resource management, year three: approved major in environmental science with any emphasis except quantitative techniques in resource management. When possible, preference will be given to students from a Weyerhaeuser operating community in Canada. The award is granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School of Engineering Science or the Director, Department of Environmental Science.

Scholarships for Student Athletes

Howie Larke Scholarship in Sport Information

Program code: UEAA-052

Value: $55

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full time undergraduate student involved in sport information. The scholarship will be based on academic merit.

Simon Fraser University Athletic Scholarships

Program code: UUAO-102

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Two scholarships valued at $1,000 each are available to students who demonstrate outstanding and sustained athletic performance on an intercollegiate team. Students must be enrolled in nine units and have a minimum CGPA of 3.5 based on completion of 60 units at Simon Fraser University. Consideration will be given to exemplary leadership and contributions to the enhancement of the athletic specialty in which the student is involved.

Simon Fraser University Track and Field Alumni Scholarship

Program code: UEAA-042

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Based on academic merit and will be awarded to a student who is a member of the Simon Fraser University Track and Field team.

Bursaries

Regulations

The following regulations govern all university, private, and endowed bursaries over which the University has jurisdiction. Many of the following bursaries have been made possible by generous donations.

Bursaries are a supplemental source of funding for students in high financial need. Students are expected to find their primary funding through other sources such as government student loan or grant programs, part time work, savings, family, etc.

Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible unless otherwise indicated.

Students must have a demonstrated financial need.

Students must have a minimum CGPA of 2.000 to be eligible for bursaries.

Undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of nine units of normal graded courses in the term of application, unless otherwise indicated. Challenge, audit, and credit free courses will not be considered. Students who enrol in fewer than nine units or subsequently drop below nine units may have their awards cancelled.

Graduate students must be enrolled for residence credit in an approved full-time program. Students who do not enrol or subsequently change to on-leave status may have their awards cancelled.

• Domestic students must be approved for government student assistance from their home jurisdiction to be eligible. In exceptional circumstances, students may appeal for exemption.

The student must apply using the Simon Fraser University bursary application form via the student information system (http://sis.sfu.ca). It is the student’s responsibility to meet applicable deadlines and supply all required documentation. Incomplete applications may be rejected.

Unless otherwise stated, bursaries are tenable only at Simon Fraser University.

Funds will be credited to the successful student’s account with the University. Outstanding debts to the University will be deducted from the bursary funds before a cheque for the credit balance is issued.

Bursaries are tenable only for the term indicated on the notice and may not be deferred. Students who do not enrol in the term for which the bursary is granted forfeit the award. To be considered for bursaries in future terms of enrolment, students must reapply.

Bursaries for All Students

Aboriginal Student Bursary Program

Program code: UUBO-516

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries are available each term to entering and continuing aboriginal students attending Simon Fraser University who have a living connection to their own aboriginal community. Students shall submit documentation supporting their community connection with their bursary application. Awards will be made to students in good academic standing on the basis of demonstrated financial need. The Senate Awards Adjudication Committee will make the awards.

Alumni Scholarship and Bursary Endowment Fund

Program code: UEBO-584

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To undergraduate and graduate students. The awards are based on financial need and satisfactory academic standing.

David Armstrong Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-699

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the co-op program. The bursary is based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Laura (Pat) Band and Richard W. Band Bursary for First Nations Students

Program code: UEBO-540

Value: $400

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The bursary is granted in any term based on financial need and community service to a student who is a member of the Squamish, Fort Langley, or Cheam First Nations and who have demonstrated volunteer involvement in service to the university or the community at large. The bursary may be granted to graduate or undergraduate students in all disciplines and fields of study. The successful student will have completed a minimum of 30 credits and will have achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.33. The application should include a discussion of the student’s volunteer involvement in community activities and confirmation of the student’s status in the Squamish, Fort Langley or Cheam First Nations.

Bel-Par Industries Limited Bursary

Program code: UEBO-664

Value: $700

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in any faculty. The bursary will be granted to a student who has maintained a satisfactory academic record and has financial need in the continuing pursuit of their studies. Preference will be given to students who are former employees of Bel-Par Industries or who are children or legal dependants of employees.

Birks Family Foundation Bursary

Program code: UPBO-551

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The Birks Family Foundation has established a plan of annual contributions to the Student Aid Fund of recognized Canadian universities and colleges for the creation of these bursaries. The bursaries are awarded by the Foundation on the recommendation of the University Scholarship Committee, are not restricted by faculty or year, and may be renewed. The number and amount of such awards may vary annually depending upon the funds available from the Foundation.

Pat Blunden Undergraduate Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-741

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be awarded to an undergraduate student in any faculty at Simon Fraser University.

Louis Phillippe and L. Pierre Bonneau Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-662

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be awarded annually in the spring term to undergraduate students in any faculty who are in satisfactory academic standing and demonstrate financial need.

The Honourable Angelo E. Branca and Mrs. Branca Bursary

Program code: UEBO-586

Value: $800

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To students entering from secondary school. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and have satisfactory academic standing. Other bursaries valued approximately at one term’s tuition are available to students from any faculty, who have a minimum of 60 units at Simon Fraser University, have maintained satisfactory standing, and are in financial need. In honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of the Honourable Angelo E. Branca and Mrs. Branca, and on the occasion of his retirement from the bench, this bursary endowment fund has been established by the following donors, Confratellanza Italo-Canadese and friends. Mr. J. Diamond, Mr. J. Segal, Mr. Ben Wosk.

Burrard Charitable Foundation Bursary

Program code: UPBO-554

Value: $750

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student with any physical disability. Adjudication will occur in consultation with the physically challenged students’ co-ordinator.

Harvey and Dorothy Burt Bursary

Program code: UEBO-587

Value: $600

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: One or more bursaries will be awarded each year on the basis of financial need and demonstrated active involvement in the areas of conservation or environmental protection. Preference will be given to Canadian undergraduate students in their third or fourth year of studies.

Emily Campbell Bursary Endowment Fund

Program code: UEBO-589

Value: $125

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students, staff and faculty parents who require some assistance with their daycare fees. Further information may be obtained from the Simon Fraser University Childcare Office. The Simon Fraser University Childcare Society and Simon Fraser University, through this fund, are committed to providing access to daycare services for children in the University community.

Campus Community Bursary

Program code: UEBO-718

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in any faculty in any term based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Canadian Federation of University Women - Coquitlam Bursary

Program code: UEBO-713

Value: $750

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a full-time mature undergraduate female student in any faculty who has returned to Simon Fraser University after a break in studies. Preference, where possible, will be given to a resident of School District #43 or a graduate of a School District #43 secondary school.

Jim and Penny Cavers Bursary

Program code: UEBO-732

Value: $2000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in any faculty and who have completed at least 60 units.

Chancellor’s Undergraduate Bursary

Program code: UEBO-709

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students in any faculty on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Chapman Foundation Graduate and Undergraduate Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-744

Value: $250

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: The Chapman Foundation Graduate and Undergraduate Bursaries will be awarded to students in any Faculty in good academic standing on the basis of demonstrated financial need.

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chu Bursary

Program code: UEBO-697

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in any faculty. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need, demonstrated service to the community, and a satisfactory academic performance.

Confratellanza Italo Canadese Bursary

Program code: UEBO-591

Value: $450

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students with financial need and satisfactory academic standing. Preference will be given to Italo-Canadian students if they meet the criteria.

Connell Lightbody Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO-649

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To full-time third year student planning to study law. Please provide a brief letter concerning your eligibility for this bursary. This bursary, established by the Connell Lightbody law firm is in recognition of the outstanding contributions made by Dr. Arthur Fouks to both the legal community of Vancouver and the development of Simon Fraser University.

Colin A. Conrad Bursary

Program code: UEBO-728

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in any faculty based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

CUPE Local 15 Vancouver Municipal, Education and Community Workers’ Bursary

Program code: UPBO-580

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an applicant must be the sons, daughters, or legal dependants of Union members. The member upon whom the applicant is a dependant must be a current member in good standing or retired member of CUPE Local 15 (excluding associate members). The member must have demonstrated a primary attachment to CUPE Local 15 by holding Union membership through a minimum of six months employment for each of the two years prior to the date of enrolment and must be pursuing a field of study not in contradiction to the aims of the labor movement. The award selection will be made by Simon Fraser University in consultation with the Executive. Award will be based primarily upon financial need and provided that academic performance is satisfactory. The applicant must be beginning or continuing full-time enrolment and must be capable of pursuing the course of study. An applicant for a bursary may only receive a bursary once every four years. Bursaries are to a maximum of $1,000 of tuition only. One half of the tuition will be paid at the beginning of the school year and the second half will be paid at the second half of the school year. Bursary recipients are requested to submit proof of completion of program/year for which the bursary was provided.

Alfred William Davidson Bursary

Program code: UEBO-726

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in any faculty based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. Preference will be given to students who contribute to the university or to the community through volunteer activities.

Dr. Rosena Davison Bursary for France Field School

Program code: UEBO-742

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To full-time undergraduate students in good academic standing with an approved major in French who have been accepted to participate in a France Field School. The Bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need.

Father Della-Torre Bursary

Program code: UEBO-592

Value: $700

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Bursaries valued approximately at one term’s tuition are available to students entering from secondary school. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and have satisfactory academic standing.

Other bursaries valued approximately at one term’s tuition are available to students in any faculty, who have a minimum of 60 units at Simon Fraser University, have maintained satisfactory academic standing and are in financial need. A Bursary Endowment Fund has been established in honor of Father Della-Torre for his 27 years of pastorship at the Sacred Heart Church, Vancouver. This fund will provide annual bursaries in perpetuity from the earned income.

Gordon R. Diamond Bursary

Program code: UEBO-535

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students in any faculty on the basis of demonstrated financial need and good academic standing.

Dr. Jack Diamond Bursary

Program code: UEBO-615

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries are available to students in any faculty with satisfactory academic performance and demonstrated financial need.

Helen Egri Bursary for Students with Dependants

Program code: UEBO-739

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be awarded to students in any faculty on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students who financially support dependants.

Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited Entrance Bursary

Program code: UPBO-611

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: Eligible students must demonstrate financial need, be a Canadian citizen or have been granted permanent residence in Canada, have been accepted into (and must ultimately attend) the first year of a full time undergraduate degree program with a scheduled duration of not longer than five years, have achieved an average of at least 80% in their graduating year (which must have terminated no later than 18 months prior to the beginning of the academic year) at a Canadian secondary school or CEGEP, and not have previously received a Fairfax Award. Each recipients of an initial award is entitled to a renewal for four years for a total five years if the recipient continues to demonstrate financial need, intends to (and ultimately does) continue full time in the undergraduate degree program initially commenced and has not yet earned a degree therein, has achieved an average of at least B (3.0) in each previous academic year of the program and was in full time attendance in the program during the immediately preceding academic year.

Erm Fiorillo – Hal Davis CKNW Orphan’s Fund Bursary

Program code: UEBO-651

Value: $3000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an entering student from a secondary school in the Vancouver School District. In future the bursary may be offered to students graduating from secondary schools within the lower mainland. This award will be renewable for four academic years provided the recipient maintains a 2.00 grade point average and enrols in nine units during the tenure of the award. This bursary is for a capable student whose family cannot provide financial assistance with the costs of post-secondary education because they are on welfare assistance. Students must be nominated by their secondary school principals and all applications will be evaluated by a school district selection committee and the successful candidate will be recommended to the Simon Fraser University Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Alex W. Fisher Bursary

Program code: UEBO-596

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a hard-working and deserving male student in need of financial assistance. Donated by Alex W. Fisher.

Lois M. Fisher Bursary

Program code: UEBO-597

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a hard-working and deserving female student in need of financial assistance. Donated by Mr. Alex W. Fisher.

William Gordon Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-640

Value: $700

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in any faculty. The student must have a satisfactory academic standing and demonstrate financial need.

Dr. Ben Gullison Bursary

Program code: UPBO-640

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To second, third or fourth year students in any undergraduate program. In recognition of Dr. Gullison’s work, evidence of community service will be considered in making the award.

Hamber Foundation Bursary

Program code: UPBO-559

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To women students with satisfactory academic standing and need for financial assistance.

Madge Hogarth Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-674

Value: $325

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students in any faculty who are entering or in their fourth year of study and who have maintained satisfactory academic standing and demonstrated financial need.

Horne Family Alumni Bursary

Program code: UEBO-657

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To a third or fourth year student who is a single parent, pursuing a degree at Simon Fraser University. The bursary is also based on satisfactory academic performance and demonstrated financial need.

IODE Evelyn Price Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-641

Value: $700

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students who are in the final year of a degree program. Applicants must be Canadian citizens, be maintaining a satisfactory academic standing and be in financial need.

Ken and Su Jang Entrance Bursary

Program code: UEBO-672

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an entering student who demonstrates financial need and who has a satisfactory academic record prior to entrance to Simon Fraser University.

Blayne and Sharon Johnson Bursary

Program code: UEBO-523

Value: $1100

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Charles Chan Kent Golden Wedding Bursaries

Program code: UPBO-563

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student who is proceeding to a degree in any field, has successfully completed at least one year at Simon Fraser University, and needs financial assistance. Preferably the bursary will be made to a student of Chinese descent.

Harold Lauer B’nai B’rith (Lions Gate Lodge 1716)

Program code: UPBO-564

Value: $750

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students, in any faculty, who have determined financial need and satisfactory academic standing.

Donna Margaret Laws Undergraduate Bursary

Program code: UEBO-546

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Given in the fall term to an undergraduate student in any faculty who is from outside the boundaries of the GVRD and on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. Preference, when possible, will be given to female students.

Dorothy and Alex MacDonald Bursary

Program code: UEBO-678

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: One or more bursaries will be awarded to undergraduate students in any faculty who have a satisfactory academic record and demonstrates financial need. A short letter outlining dedication to and involvement in the community should accompany the application.

Sue MacDonald Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-654

Value: $700

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Two or more bursaries will be awarded to undergraduate students in any faculty who have proven financial need and a satisfactory academic record.

Dorothy May Martin Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO-648

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students who are returning to full-time studies subsequent to a substantial interruption of their academic career after secondary school. Students must have a satisfactory academic standing and demonstrate financial need.

Dr. Carol Matusicky Family Studies Bursary

Program code: UEBO-708

Value: $600

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: The bursary is given on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. Preference will be given to a student in the Certificate in Family Studies program or, failing that, to a student in any faculty whose course work will prepare them to work with children, youth and families after university.

John Michael McLarty Bursary

Program code: UEBO-666

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in any faculty. The award will be granted to a student who has a satisfactory academic record and who is experiencing financial need in the continuing pursuit of studies. Preference will be given to Canadian students.

Jo-Ann Mychaluk Bursary

Program code: UEBO-602

Value: $750

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To students with satisfactory academic standing. These bursaries are available to students who are or have been residents of the Chilcotin or Cariboo regions of BC. This fund has been established in memory of Jo-Ann Mychaluk who worked in the Centre for Distance Education.

Madeleine A. Nelson Bursary

Program code: UEBO-735

Value: $750

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted annually to a graduate or undergraduate student who has demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. Preference will be given to mature female students beginning or returning to University.

Nitikman/Chan Bursary

Program code: UEBO-737

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The bursary will substantially pay tuition and fees for two terms and will be disbursed over two terms. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in any faculty or discipline. The recipient will be a single parent with preference given to entering students.

Evelyn J. Oliver Bursary

Program code: UEBO-682

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students who are single parents. Bursaries will be granted to students holding satisfactory academic records and providing evidence of financial need in the continuing pursuit of their undergraduate studies.

Opsimath Club Bursary

Program code: UEBO-603

Value: $750

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: For mature, continuing students at Simon Fraser University, who have financial need and good academic standing. The Opsimath Club is an organization of senior (60 years) students.

Stephen Palmu Memorial Bursary

Program code: UPBO-566

Value: $100

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: The award will be given with initial preference to Native Indian students from anywhere in the province of BC, who are pursuing courses of study leading to a Bachelor’s degree in any department at Simon Fraser University. The award will be made primarily on the basis of need, but in the case of several applicants having equal need, scholastic achievement shall be the deciding factor. Bursary established by Mrs. Mamie E Palmu.

Margaret Anne Paterson Bursary

Program code: UEBO-527

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in good academic standing studying in any faculty. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to an employee or direct family member of an employee of a Lower Mainland Boston Pizza restaurant or Boston Pizza International. A letter from the employer must be provided in order to support the employment claim.

Permanent Bursary Endowment Plan

Program code: N/A

Value: $200

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Applications must be submitted on the Simon Fraser University bursary application form under the heading “Permanent Bursary Endowment Plan”.

Permanent Bursary Endowments provide annual bursaries in perpetuity from the earned income, and have been established by the following:

Belkin Packaging Limited Permanent Endowment Fund

Gretta Bowmer Memorial

Estate of Hans Christiansen

Mark and Phae Collins Fund (Vancouver Foundation)

Ted Cohen

Dr. Jack Diamond

Downs/Archambault

Drop-in Centre Permanent Endowment Bursary

David A. Freeman

Ellen Mary Greenaway

John R. Hecht

Stephen Hinchcliff Memorial

A. Koch (Bella Koch Memorial)

Dr. W. Koerner

I.L. Kostman

Mrs. Katherine Leshgold

Samuel D. Leshgold

Dr. R.A. Palmer

Mr. and Mrs. N.L. Rothstein

M.M. Waterman

In Memory of Mrs. M.M. Waterman

Ben Wosk

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wosk 40th Wedding Anniversary

Jean Pudney Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-750

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Awarded in any semester to graduate or undergraduate students in good academic standing on the basis of demonstrated financial need.

Office of the Registrar Bursary for Physically Challenged Students

Program code: UEBO-665

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To physically challenged undergraduate or graduate students in any faculty. The bursaries will be granted to physically challenged students holding satisfactory academic records and who are experiencing financial need in the pursuit of studies.

Renaissance Community Service Bursary

Program code: UEBO-751

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted annually on the basis of demonstrated financial need and leadership and/or service at Simon Fraser University to a student in any faculty. The student’s leadership or service may be to the University community or by representing the University to the community at large. Applications packages must include a resume outlining the candidate’s leadership activities and volunteer service as well as letter(s) of recommendation confirming these activities.

Rotary Club of Vancouver Sunrise Entrance Bursary

Program code: UEBO-706

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Based on financial need, to a student entering Simon Fraser University. Preference will be given to a student who resides in the City of Vancouver. The recipient of the award may be invited to make a presentation at a meeting of the Rotary Club of Vancouver Sunrise.

Saskexpo ‘86 Bursary

Program code: UPBO-636

Value: $3000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Saskatchewan secondary school student entering either Simon Fraser University in British Columbia or The University of Saskatchewan at Saskatoon in Saskatchewan. The award will alternate between Simon Fraser University and the University of Saskatchewan. For 1988-1989 (the first year of the award), the bursary was for a student attending Simon Fraser University. Selection will be made on the basis of financial need, the student’s demonstrated contribution to his/her school and community, and leadership potential. Consideration may also be given to the student’s academic record. Applications will be submitted to the Simon Fraser University Senate Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries Committee, in care of the Director of Financial Assistance at Simon Fraser University for students who plan to attend Simon Fraser University; and to the University of Saskatchewan Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries Committee, in care of the Registrar, for students planning to attend The University of Saskatchewan.

Sceptre Investment Counsel Ltd Bursary

Program code: UEBO-701

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an entering undergraduate student in the Faculty of Science beginning in the 1995 fall term on a rotational basis in subsequent years to the Faculties of Applied Sciences (1996), Arts (1997), Business Administration (1998), and Education (1999). The bursary will be awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Sceptre Investment Counsel Administrative/Union Pension Plan Bursary

Program code: UEBO-721

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Granted to a student in any faculty on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Mrs. Rosalie Segal Endowment Fund for Students With Special Needs

Program code: UEBO-604

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: This fund has been established to provide bursaries to physically challenged students. Up to three bursaries will be awarded on the basis of financial need. Adjudication will occur in consultation with the Physically Challenged Students’ Co-ordinator.

Stanley Sievenpiper Bursary

Program code: UEBO-605

Value: $600

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: One award in the fall and one in the spring on the basis of financial need. Preference will be given to third and fourth year students. This fund has been established in memory of Stanley Sievenpiper.

Simon Fraser Student Society Bursary

Program code: UPBO-571

Value: $800

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To students with special or emergency financial need with preference to those students who may not otherwise be able to attend Simon Fraser University. Applications are open to part or full time, beginning or continuing students as well as international students.

Simon Fraser University tenth Anniversary Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO-504

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: This fund has been established to provide bursaries for students in financial need who maintain a GPA of 2.00.

Simon Fraser University Bursary Endowment Fund

Program code: UEBO-502

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: All undergraduates in financial need are eligible to apply for these bursaries. A minimum CGPA of 2.00 is required.

Simon Fraser University Daycare Bursaries

Program code: UUBO-700

Value: $100

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Applications for daycare bursaries are available at the Daycare Centre. Eligible students may qualify for a bursary provided that financial need can be demonstrated by a completed Canada Student Loan assessment or an Open Bursary assessment. Daycare bursaries are available to both graduate and undergraduate students.

SFU Field School Bursary

Program code: UUBO-510

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be available each term to Simon Fraser University students who are participating in a SFU Field School. Awards will be made to students in good academic standing on the basis of demonstrated financial need.

SFU Foreign Exchange Bursary

Program code: UUBO-512

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be available each term to Simon Fraser University students who are participating in Formal Exchange programs organized by Simon Fraser University. Awards will be made to students in good academic standing on the basis of demonstrated financial need.

SFU International Co-operative Education Bursary

Program code: UUBO-514

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted in any term to students in good academic standing who are accepted to the Co-operative Education Program and are enrolled in a work term outside of Canada. To be eligible students must be placed with a Co-operative Education employer and be in good standing with the Co-op program. The award will be made on the basis of demonstrated financial need.

SFU International Students’ Bursary Fund

Program code: UUBO-600

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: This fund has been established to assist undergraduate visa students who have critical financial need. Students applying for this bursary must be enrolled in a minimum of nine units and have satisfactory academic standing.

SFU International Students’ Emergency Assistance Fund

Program code: UPBO-637

Value: $800

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: This fund has been established primarily to assist undergraduate visa students who have critical financial need. Students applying for this bursary must be enrolled in a minimum of nine units and have satisfactory academic standing.

Simon Fraser University Open Bursaries

Program code: UUBO-500

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Must be enrolled in a minimum of nine units and have satisfactory academic standing.

SFU Punjabi Students Association Bursary

Program code: UEBO-521

Value: $450

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The SFU Punjabi Students Association Bursary valued at a portion of the income earned on the endowment, will be awarded annually in any term. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students in any faculty.

Jennifer Allen Simons Bursary

Program code: UEBO-669

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate or graduate woman student in any faculty. The bursary will be granted to a student who is a single parent supporting a child, and who is in financial need and who has satisfactory academic performance. Applicants must have completed one term at Simon Fraser University as a full-time student.

B and B Sivertz Bursary

Program code: UEBO-656

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need and satisfactory academic performance, and who have completed 30 units at Simon Fraser University.

Harry and Dora Annie Smee Bursary

Program code: UEBO-606

Value: $800

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Up to three bursaries will be awarded to students in any faculty who have completed at least 30 units at Simon Fraser University. The awards will be based on financial need and satisfactory academic standing. Preference will be given to female students.

Merle L. Smith Bursary

Program code: UPBO-572

Value: $525

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: A physically challenged student in any faculty who is beyond first year studies. Initial preference will be given to wheelchair users.

Squamish Nation Bursary

Program code: UEBO-738

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The bursary, based on financial need and community service, is granted to a student who is a member of the Squamish Nation. The bursary may be granted to graduate or undergraduate students in all disciplines. The successful student will have completed a minimum of 24 credits and will have achieved a minimum CGPA of 2.00. The application should include a discussion of the student’s involvement in Simon Fraser University or Squamish Nation community activities and confirmation of the student’s status with the Squamish Nation.

Dorothy Sullivan Bursary

Program code: UEBO-690

Value: $800

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in any Faculty who has been a Federal or Provincial prisoner. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

TCG International Undergraduate Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-644

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The bursaries will be granted to undergraduate students in any faculty with satisfactory academic standing and experiencing financial need in the continuing pursuit of their studies. Preference for one of the bursaries will be given to applicants who are sons, daughters, or legal dependants of employees of TCG International Inc. However, where no such candidate is identified, disbursement of the awards will be at the discretion of Simon Fraser University.

Trident Enrichment Society Bursary

Program code: UEBO-696

Value: $600

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an entering or first year undergraduate student in any faculty. The bursary will be awarded to a student with a satisfactory academic record and demonstrated financial need in the continuing pursuit of their studies. The application must be accompanied by a letter outlining the applicant’s participation in community service.

Catherine Tse Bursary For Simon Fraser University Field Schools

Program code: UPBO-696

Value: $300

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: This bursary is for any Simon Fraser University student enrolled in a Simon Fraser University Field School who is experiencing financial need and demonstrating satisfactory academic performance. In lieu of a thank-you letter, the donor requests the student recipient send a postcard from the field school location.

TSSU Member Child Care Bursary

Program code: UUBO-550

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: TSSU employees are eligible to apply to the TSSU Member Child Care Bursary for each term in which they hold an appointment and are enrolled as students at Simon Fraser University and in which they receive child care services from a paid child care provider. All applications are subject to verification. The applicant must identify him/herself as an employee in the bargaining unit on the bursary application.

University Women’s Club of Coquitlam Bursary

Program code: UPBO-573

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a mature female student who is continuing her education after several years absence, and is in her first year of study.

University Women’s Club of Vancouver Bursary

Program code: UPBO-575

Value: $985

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a female student in any faculty enrolled in any program of study leading to a degree. The basis of the award is demonstration of financial need and satisfactory academic standing.

Vancouver East Rotary Entrance Bursary

Program code: UEBO-743

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an entering student on the basis of financial need. Preference will be given to a student graduating from Killarney, Windemere or Gladstone Secondary Schools in Vancouver entering an undergraduate program showing interest in pursuing a career in K-12 education. If no suitable candidates are identified the bursary will be made available to students, from Killarney, Windemere or Gladstone Secondary Schools in Vancouver entering any undergraduate program.

Vancouver Foundation First Nations Bursary

Program code: UPBO-697

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be available annually in the fall term to undergraduate or graduate Aboriginal students (First Nations, status or non-status, Metis or Inuit) who permanently reside in British Columbia. Awards will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Roger Ward and Avora Hamilton Award for Students With a Learning Disability

Program code: UEBO-536

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full time undergraduate student(s) with a learning disability who is registered for services at the Centre for Students with Disabilities and is experiencing financial need. The award will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Western Businesswomen’s Association Bursary

Program code: UEBO-705

Value: $800

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a full or part-time student who is either entering the University for the first time or returning after an absence. Preference will be given to a mature female student. The bursary will be based on satisfactory academic performance and demonstrated financial need.

Morris J. and Dena Wosk Bursary

Program code: UEBO-712

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students in any faculty, on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Fred & Maureen Wright Bursary

Program code: UEBO-710

Value: $1400

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students in any faculty on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

John and Isabel Young Bursary

Program code: UEBO-516

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Winfried Zacherl Bursary for Single Parents

Program code: UEBO-747

Value: $1250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student who is also a single parent. Awards will be granted to students in good academic standing on the basis of demonstrated financial need.

Bursaries for Applied Sciences Students

Canadian Federation of University Women - North Vancouver Bursary

Program code: UPBO-574

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a female undergraduate student enrolled in the second, third, or fourth year in any math or science Faculty or Professional School. The recipient should be in financial need and in satisfactory academic standing. The recipient must be a resident of North Vancouver or a graduate of a North Vancouver Secondary School (School District #44).

Hugh Clark Memorial Bursary in Engineering Science

Program code: UEBO-694

Value: $600

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the School of Engineering Science. The award will be granted to a student holding a satisfactory academic record and experiencing financial need in the continuing pursuit of his/her studies.

Delcan Corporation Bursaries

Program code: UPBO-667

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To undergraduate and graduate students enrolled full time in the Faculties of Science or Applied Sciences. It is the intention of the Delcan Corporation to promote socio-environmental research and studies relative to major civil engineering projects; to support opportunities for women to enter careers at the management level in engineering; to increase high technological input into civil engineering, and to promote superior written and oral communication skills. Students will apply for these bursaries through Financial Assistance, and must include a letter of recommendation from the Office of the Dean of the major program.

Engineers’ Wives’ Association Bursary

Program code: UEBO-525

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students in the School of Engineering Science. The applicant should be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada.

Douglas M. Gregg Bursary in Computing Science

Program code: UPBO-711

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Provides an annual bursary of $500 and is offered to a student majoring in computing science who has demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

IODE Burnaby Municipal Chapter Bursary

Program code: UEBO-658

Value: $750

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To third or fourth year students majoring in science or applied sciences. Students must be Canadian citizens and graduates of Burnaby Senior Secondary School. Financial need and satisfactory academic standing is required.

JimMar Bursary in Engineering

Program code: UEBO-538

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Applied Sciences majoring in Engineering. The bursary is granted in any term based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Ralph Kerr Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-599

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students. Preference will be given to students who are in their third or fourth year of studies in the Physics or Engineering Programs. This bursary fund has been established in memory of Ralph Kerr, a charter member of Simon Fraser University and a former employee of the Physics Department.

Kinder Morgan Canada Bursary in Science or Applied Sciences

Program code: UPBO-709

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To students who have approved majors in the Faculty of Science or Faculty of Applied Sciences based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students.

School of Kinesiology Alumni Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-532

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the School of Kinesiology.

Tom Mallinson Bursary in Communication

Program code: UEBO-518

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students in the School of Communication with a shown interest in the field of interpersonal communication.

Olga and Richard Murray Bursary in Applied Sciences

Program code: UEBO-725

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted to graduate or undergraduate students in the applied sciences Faculty on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. To the extent feasible, preference will be given to a student, or the spouse or child of a person, who is a member of the Telecommunication Workers Union or of Van-Tel Credit Union.

Pacific National Foundation Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO-655

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a single parent, undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The bursary will be granted to a student wishing to upgrade their professional skills. The student should have satisfactory academic standing and a demonstrated financial need. A letter expressing job goals and direction should accompany the application form.

Kazuya Shinyashiki Memorial Bursary in Computing Science

Program code: UEBO-515

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in computing science with financial need.

Sierra Systems Bursary in Computing Science

Program code: UEBO-663

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To third or fourth year students in the School of Computing Science. Applicants must have a satisfactory academic standing and financial need. One award will be given to a student from the Greater Vancouver Regional District and the other to a student from outside the Greater Vancouver Regional District.

Victor J. Sundberg Memorial Bursary in Engineering Science

Program code: UEBO-681

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in any faculty. Whenever possible, preference will be given to a student majoring in engineering science in the Faculty of Applied Sciences. Applicants must have a satisfactory academic record and be in financial need in the pursuit of their academic studies. As well, special consideration will be given to community involvement and citizenship, evidence thereof to be provided in an accompanying letter or supporting documentation.

Irene May Surbey Bursary

Program code: UEBO-723

Value: $900

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science or in the Faculty of Applied Sciences. The bursary is granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Vancouver Foundation Health Science Bursaries

Program code: UPBO-578

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: The bursary assistance program is limited to full-time students studying in Health Sciences. The funds are directed to students who have completed at least one year of post-secondary education and can demonstrate financial need. Areas of study include any of the following: Pre-Med program, Kinesiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Gerontology.

VTech Co-op Bursary in Engineering Science

Program code: UEBO-749

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Awarded annually in any semester to an undergraduate student in the School of Engineering Science, in their second, third, or fourth year who has completed at least one co-op term. The bursaries will be granted to students in good academic standing on the basis of demonstrated financial need in the continuing pursuit of their studies.

The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Bursaries for Arts and Social Sciences Students

B.C. Shopping Centre Association Bursary

Program code: UPBO-604

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to an undergraduate student of the Certificate in Urban Studies.

BOMA Undergraduate Bursary in Urban Studies

Program code: UEBO-715

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. Preference will be given to a student in the Certificate in Urban Studies program, or failing that, to a student in any faculty whose course work involves some aspect of real estate studies as their primary focus.

Gloria Garrett Carlton Bursary in Dance

Program code: UEBO-522

Value: $900

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The Gloria Garrett Carlton Bursary in Dance valued at a portion of the income earned on the endowment, will be awarded annually in any term. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students majoring in Dance in the School of Contemporary Arts.

Chien’s Cultural Foundation Bursary

Program code: UEBO-707

Value: $650

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, or in the Faculty of Arts, preferably in Political Science. The Bursary will be given to a student in good academic standing who is experiencing financial need.

Adaline May Clark Bursary

Program code: UEBO-590

Value: $400

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The late Mrs. Clark has provided for the endowment of funds, for bursaries to enable students to attend, or continue to attend university. Students must be enrolled in the School for the Contemporary Arts, and must demonstrate financial need and a high level of achievement in the Arts.

Dr. Ed Colhoun Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-673

Value: $225

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in Spanish who is holding a satisfactory academic record and who demonstrates financial need.

Kenneth Conibear Bursary in English

Program code: UEBO-724

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students majoring in English. The bursary is granted in any term based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

School for the Contemporary Arts Alumni Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-529

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the School for the Contemporary Arts.

Laurence Mervyn Cox Bursary in English

Program code: UEBO-541

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students majoring in English. Preference will be given to students accepted to the honors program in the Department of English and to Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada.

School of Criminology Alumni Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-530

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the School of Criminology.

CUPE LOCAL 3338 Bursary In Labour Studies

Program code: UPBO-703

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries are offered based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students who are approved in the labor studies certificate or minor program at Simon Fraser University.

Charles Drugan & Rose Anne Doonan Bursary in Labour History

Program code: UEBO-542

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The bursary will be granted to a graduate or undergraduate student pursuing research in labor history in the Faculty of Arts. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

English Faculty Honours Bursary

Program code: UEBO-730

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance, to an undergraduate student in the honors English program. If there is no suitable candidate from the honors English program in a given year, the bursary may be awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in English.

Murray Farr Bursary in Performing Arts

Program code: UEBO-679

Value: $1400

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the School for the Contemporary Arts with a performing arts concentration.

Aird Dundas Flavelle Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-659

Value: $1200

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student who has completed at least 15 units at Simon Fraser with a satisfactory academic standing and whose course of study is in the following areas: political science, economics and/or business administration.

Ancie and Arthur Fouks Bursary in Publishing Studies

Program code: UEBO-526

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: One or more bursaries will be awarded annually in the fall term to a student enrolled in a degree program in Publishing Studies. Awards may also be given to graduate students undertaking a Master Program in Publishing Studies. Student must have a minimum of 85 units. The successful applicant should have financial need, a satisfactory academic standing and a demonstrable intent to pursue a career in the publishing industry. Applicants must submit to the Publishing Studies Program Committee a resume, including education and work history, and at least one short sample of professional, academic or business writing or portfolio piece to be considered for the award.

Robin Hoodspith Memorial Bursary in English

Program code: UPBO-609

Value: $500

Awarded: spring summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student with an approved English major who is experiencing financial need.

Patsy Hui Annual Bursary in Fine Arts

Program code: UPBO-710

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in their third year of study in the Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree program in any term in good academic standing and based on financial need. Students may be pursuing a dance, film, music, theatre or visual arts major.

ICBC/Brian Jones Memorial Bursary in Criminology

Program code: UEBO-524

Value: $750

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students in the School of Criminology.

IODE Verna Allen Memorial Bursary

Program code: UPBO-561

Value: $275

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in second or third year within the Faculty of Arts. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. The recipient may be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada with preference given to individuals who have prior schooling (or partially educated) in Canada.

Florence Godwin IODE Bursary in Criminology

Program code: UEBO-650

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student majoring in Criminology, on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. The recipient may be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.

Audrey E. Jang Memorial Bursary in Arts and Social Sciences

Program code: UEBO-740

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: Granted based on demonstrated financial need to an undergraduate student(s) in any year who has/have entered Simon Fraser University from a United World College. Preference is given to students in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

Linda Marguerite Johnston Bursary in the Arts

Program code: UEBO-543

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The award(s) will be given in the fall term to undergraduate students, entering fourth year, with concentration in any area of study in the Centre for Performing Arts.

Valerie Ann Kilby Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-685

Value: $700

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an upper level undergraduate student majoring in Psychology. Preference will be given to a student who graduated from Centennial Secondary School in Coquitlam. The bursary will also be based on financial need and satisfactory academic standing in the continuing pursuit of studies.

Keith Gilbert Loughlin Bursary in Gerontology

Program code: UEBO-702

Value: $700

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a graduate student enrolled in the Masters of Gerontology program, or to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Gerontology program, a Post Baccalaureate Diploma Program. The bursary will be granted to a student demonstrating financial need and in satisfactory academic standing. Preference will be given to a student specializing in quality of life issues in intermediate care facilities for seniors. Applicants should submit with their application, a letter outlining specialization or area of interest in the Gerontology field. A departmental nomination is to be submitted along with the application form.

Grace Woodsworth MacInnis Bursary

Program code: UEBO-704

Value: $900

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student who either has an approved minor in humanities or has an approved major in women’s studies or political science. The recipient should have demonstrated financial need and a satisfactory academic standing; preference given to a woman student.

MATCH International Centre Bursaries in Honour of Rosemary Brown

Program code: UPBO-607

Value: $625

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to full-time undergraduate or graduate students in the Department of Women’s Studies.

McCavour Family Bursary in Criminology

Program code: UEBO-691

Value: $600

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students in Criminology who are single parents. Preference will be given to applicants who are sons, daughters or legal dependants of members of the Firemen’s Benefit Association of Vancouver, BC, however, where no such candidate is identified, the award may be disbursed to other eligible students. The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Lydia McCombie Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-693

Value: $1200

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts majoring in English. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Bruce McKelvie Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO-601

Value: $400

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To a student on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic standing. To qualify students must have completed at least two years of study at Simon Fraser University and be focusing their studies on early BC history, namely 1eighth century forward. The bursary has been established by the Native Sons of British Columbia, Post #2.

Robin Mercer Memorial Bursary in Archaeology

Program code: UEBO-675

Value: $700

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student who is majoring in Archaeology and who has a satisfactory academic record and in financial need. This bursary was established in memory of Robin Mercer, a former alumnus of Simon Fraser University in the Faculty of Arts.

Dr. Grazia Merler Bursary in French

Program code: UEBO-714

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a student in French on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Margaret A. Mitchell Bursary in Political Science

Program code: UEBO-687

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate female student in second, third or fourth year of studies who is majoring in Political Science. The award will be granted to a student holding a satisfactory academic record and demonstrated financial need. When possible, preference will be given to a candidate living in the east end of Vancouver or in Burnaby.

Margaret A. Mitchell Bursary in Women’s Studies

Program code: UEBO-688

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate female student in second, third or fourth year who is majoring in Women’s Studies. The award will be granted to a student holding a satisfactory academic record and demonstrated financial need. When possible, preference will be given to a candidate living in the east end of Vancouver or in Burnaby.

Kelly O’Hagan Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-683

Value: $1250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted annually on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic standing in any semester to students in any faculty pursuing an exchange or field school in Latin America.

The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Dr. Margaret Ormsby Bursary in History

Program code: UEBO-719

Value: $850

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Department of History based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Rosslyn and Mary Penney Bursary in the Faculty of Arts

Program code: UEBO-700

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Awarded to an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts in their second, third or fourth year of study. The bursary will be granted to a student who is physically challenged. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Helen Pitt Bursary in Visual Arts

Program code: UPBO-567

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The Helen Pitt Bursary in Visual Arts will be awarded based on satisfactory academic standing and demonstrated financial need to second, third or fourth year full-time undergraduate students with an approved major or extended minor in Visual Arts. Please note that students receiving the Secondary Scholarship are not eligible to receive a bursary from the funds as well.

Carla Poppen Annual Bursary

Program code: UPBO-706

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student(s) in Women’s Studies on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic standing.

George and Muriel Rogers Bursary in the Faculty of Arts

Program code: UEBO-534

Value: $950

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an entering or returning undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts. Preference will be given to a female student who is continuing her education after an absence of several years. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Rogers Sugar Ltd. Bursaries

Program code: UPBO-553

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students, who are in their third or fourth year of study at Simon Fraser University. Two bursaries are available to students majoring in business administration, and three bursaries to students majoring in economics, or the sciences, including mathematics and statistics.

Donald H.M. Ross Faculty of Arts Bursary

Program code: UEBO-692

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts. The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Paul and Ethel Seifner Linguistics Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-661

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students pursuing a linguistics program who have satisfactory academic standing, demonstrated financial need, and have completed 15 units at Simon Fraser.

Frederick Shen Bursaries in Business Administration and Economics

Program code: UPBO-704

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be available annually to students with an approved major in business administration or economics, on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

The UniverCity Annual Bursary in Community Planning

Program code: UPBO-707

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted to an upper level geography student on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Bursaries for Business Administration Students

3M Canada Company Bursary in Business Administration

Program code: UPBO-601

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration.

BC Bond Dealers Association Bursary

Program code: UEBO-689

Value: $550

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in finance. The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and a satisfactory academic record.

Keith and Betty Beedie Foundation Bursary in Business Administration

Program code: UEBO-698

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate third or fourth year student in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in either finance or accounting. Preference will be given to a graduate of either a Burnaby secondary school or Magee Secondary School. The bursary will be granted on the basis of satisfactory academic performance.

Faculty of Business Administration Alumni Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-531

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the Faculty of Business Administration.

Chien’s Cultural Foundation Bursary

Program code: UEBO-707

Value: $650

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, or in the Faculty of Arts, preferably in Political Science. The Bursary will be given to a student in good academic standing who is experiencing financial need.

Connor, Clark & Lunn Bursary

Program code: UPBO-684

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in international business who is in good academic standing and experiencing financial need.

Maurice S. Dodge Bursary

Program code: UEBO-720

Value: $1250

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Given to a third or fourth year student majoring in business administration with an accounting or finance concentration. The bursary will be granted to a student in good academic standing who is in financial need.

Executive Women International Bursary

Program code: UEBO-684

Value: $550

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate female student enrolled in the Faculty of Business Administration in the second, third or fourth year of studies and who has a satisfactory academic record and financial need.

Aird Dundas Flavelle Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-659

Value: $1200

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student who has completed at least 15 units at Simon Fraser with a satisfactory academic standing and whose course of study is in the following areas: political science, economics and/or business administration.

Chu On Fok and Wai Yuk Fok Foundation Bursary

Program code: UEBO-545

Value: $250

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The Bursary is granted in any term to a student in any year with an approved business administration major who is experiencing financial need and demonstrates satisfactory academic performance. Where possible, preference may be given to single parent students.

Henderson Development Ltd. Bursary

Program code: UPBO-688

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in third or fourth year in business administration. The bursary will be awarded to a student in satisfactory academic standing and demonstrated financial need.

Dr. Cal Hoyt Bursary in Business Administration

Program code: UEBO-722

Value: $600

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Ivanhoe Cambridge Bursary

Program code: UEBO-653

Value: $900

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To full-time undergraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Business Administration. The awards are based on financial need and satisfactory academic standing.

R.J. McMaster Memorial Bursary (Credit Union Foundation of B.C.)

Program code: UPBO-634

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a student majoring in business administration who is entering or in the final year of studies and, who has taken or will be enrolled in BUS 393, BUEC 391 or BUEC 495. The basis of the bursary will be financial need and good academic standing.

Pacific National Foundation Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO-655

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a single parent, undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The bursary will be granted to a student wishing to upgrade their professional skills. The student should have satisfactory academic standing and a demonstrated financial need. A letter expressing job goals and direction should accompany the application form.

Rogers Sugar Ltd. Bursaries

Program code: UPBO-553

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students, who are in their third or fourth year of study at Simon Fraser University. Two bursaries are available to students majoring in business administration, and three bursaries to students majoring in economics, or the sciences, including mathematics and statistics.

Robert Rogow Bursary in Business Administration

Program code: UEBO-727

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

J. Rose Memorial Bursary

Program code: UPBO-683

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate or graduate business administration student who is in full time studies. The bursary will be granted on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic performance. This bursary is provided by the Vancouver Foundation. A departmental recommendation is required.

Seaspan International Bursary

Program code: UPBO-686

Value: $750

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student, approved as a major, in business administration, who has satisfactory academic standing and financial need.

Frederick Shen Bursaries in Business Administration and Economics

Program code: UPBO-704

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be available annually to students with an approved major in business administration or economics, on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Vancouver Executives Association Bursary in Business Administration

Program code: UEBO-588

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a full-time, undergraduate student in business administration. The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic standing.

Charles S. Walker Bursary

Program code: UEBO-731

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in marketing.

Bruce and Lis Welch Bursary in Business

Program code: UEBO-717

Value: $1200

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory performance.

Bing Sum Yip Bursary In Business Administration

Program code: UEBO-686

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration. The award will be granted to a student with a satisfactory academic record and demonstrated financial need.

Elizabeth Young Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-695

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: One or more bursaries will be awarded to undergraduate female students in business administration who demonstrate satisfactory academic achievement and financial need.

Bursaries for Education Students

University Women’s Club of Vancouver/Jean Beaty Memorial Bursary in Education

Program code: UEBO-519

Value: $700

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to a mature student in the Faculty of Education.

May Bennett Bursary

Program code: UEBO-585

Value: $150

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students in the Faculty of Education. Applicants should be prepared to teach in British Columbia and demonstrate dedication to the teaching profession.

Canadian Yugoslav Community Association Undergraduate Bursary in Education

Program code: UEBO-703

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate third or fourth year student in the Faculty of Education. The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Delta Kappa Gamma Society – Delta Chapter Bursary

Program code: UPBO-610

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: The bursary is offered based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students with dependants who are entering or enrolled in the Professional Development Program in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University.

Faculty of Education Alumni Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-533

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the Faculty of Education.

Faculty of Education Special Bursary

Program code: UEBO-595

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To a student enrolled in the Professional Development Program who is also enrolled in a minor in Learning Disabilities, and who is entering EDUC 405 in either spring or fall term. The bursary is awarded for the term in which EDUC 405 is undertaken.

Polly Evenden Bursary in Geography Education

Program code: UEBO-544

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated need and satisfactory academic performance to a student who has completed a bachelor’s degree from Simon Fraser University with an honors or major in geography or who is approved in such a program and is entering the Professional Development Program. Applicants must be intending to teach geography upon graduation and provide a supporting letter outlining their career goals and this intent.

JimMar Bursary in Education

Program code: UEBO-539

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Education. The bursary is granted in any term based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Pacific National Foundation Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO-655

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a single parent, undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The bursary will be granted to a student wishing to upgrade their professional skills. The student should have satisfactory academic standing and a demonstrated financial need. A letter expressing job goals and direction should accompany the application form.

Maureen Pollard Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-734

Value: $750

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the Professional Development Program in the Faculty of Education. Preference, when possible, will be given to students in the Elementary stream.

Sylvia R.H. Rice Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-660

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a first year student in PDP in the Faculty of Education. Satisfactory academic standing and demonstrated financial need is required.

R.R. Smith Bursary in Education

Program code: UEBO-745

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a student in good academic standing who is enrolled in the Professional Development Program (PDP) on the basis of demonstrated financial need.

Vancouver Elementary School Teachers’ Association Bursary

Program code: UPBO-577

Value: $600

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To students who are residents of Vancouver or students who have attended a Vancouver elementary school and are proceeding to a degree or certificate in teaching. Recipients are selected also on the basis of need. The awards offered are as follows:

• Elizabeth Dobbins Memorial Bursary open to students entering third year in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University.

• Owen J. Thomas Memorial Bursary open to students entering the fourth year in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University.

Bursaries for Health Sciences Students

Dr. Cam Coady Foundation Annual Undergraduate Bursary in Health Sciences

Program code: UPBO-708

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Health Sciences on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic standing. Where possible, preference will be given to students entering their first year of study in the Faculty of Health Sciences.

Vancouver Foundation Health Science Bursaries

Program code: UPBO-578

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: The bursary assistance program is limited to full-time students studying in Health Sciences. The funds are directed to students who have completed at least one year of post-secondary education and can demonstrate financial need. Areas of study include any of the following: Pre-Med program, Kinesiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Gerontology.

Bursaries for Science Students

Peter and Elizabeth Belton Bursary in Biology

Program code: UEBO-729

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science majoring in biology. The bursary is granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Undergraduate Biology Student Union Bursary

Program code: UPBO-695

Value: $100

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: One bursary valued at $100 will be available annually in any term. The bursary, based on financial need, will be granted to an undergraduate student who is an approved biology major and is in good academic standing.

Canadian Federation of University Women – North Vancouver Bursary

Program code: UPBO-574

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a female undergraduate student enrolled in the second, third, or fourth year in any math or science Faculty or Professional School. The recipient should be in financial need and in satisfactory academic standing. The recipient must be a resident of North Vancouver or a graduate of a North Vancouver Secondary School (School District #44).

Curzon-Digman Bursary

Program code: UEBO-594

Value: $750

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Available to graduate students in physics, or for majors or honors undergraduate students in physics, mathematical physics, chemical physics, biophysics or other joint programs with physics. These bursaries are subject to demonstrated financial need and good academic standing. Nominations will be made by the Chair of the Physics Department in consultation with Financial Aid and Awards.

Delcan Corporation Bursaries

Program code: UPBO-667

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To undergraduate and graduate students enrolled full time in the Faculties of Science or Applied Sciences. It is the intention of the Delcan Corporation to promote socio-environmental research and studies relative to major civil engineering projects; to support opportunities for women to enter careers at the management level in engineering; to increase high technological input into civil engineering, and to promote superior written and oral communication skills. Students will apply for these bursaries through Financial Assistance, and must include a letter of recommendation from the Office of the Dean of the major program.

Greater Vancouver Mining Women’s Association Bursary in Earth Sciences

Program code: UPBO-700

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: One bursary is available to a female undergraduate student in third or fourth year who is pursuing an undergraduate degree with an approved major in earth sciences and who is experiencing financial need.

IODE Burnaby Municipal Chapter Bursary

Program code: UEBO-658

Value: $750

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To third or fourth year students majoring in science or applied sciences. Students must be Canadian citizens and graduates of Burnaby Senior Secondary School. Financial need and satisfactory academic standing is required.

Ralph Kerr Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO-599

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students. Preference will be given to students who are in their third or fourth year of studies in the Physics or Engineering Programs. This bursary fund has been established in memory of Ralph Kerr, a charter member of Simon Fraser University and a former employee of the Physics Department.

Kinder Morgan Canada Bursary in Science or Applied Sciences

Program code: UPBO-709

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To students who have approved majors in the Faculty of Science or Faculty of Applied Sciences based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students.

Margaret Lawson McTaggart-Cowan Alumni Bursary

Program code: UEBO-600

Value: $600

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a female student who is majoring in Mathematics and who has completed at least two full-time terms at Simon Fraser University.

Jennifer O’Neill Memorial Annual Bursary in Environmental Science

Program code: UPBO-705

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in their third year of study in Environmental Science Program.

Oakley Family Endowed Bursary in Science

Program code: UEBO-736

Value: $450

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the Faculty of Science.

Pacific National Foundation Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO-655

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a single parent, undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The bursary will be granted to a student wishing to upgrade their professional skills. The student should have satisfactory academic standing and a demonstrated financial need. A letter expressing job goals and direction should accompany the application form.

Rogers Sugar Ltd. Bursaries

Program code: UPBO-553

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students, who are in their third or fourth year of study at Simon Fraser University. Two bursaries are available to students majoring in business administration, and three bursaries to students majoring in economics, or the sciences, including mathematics and statistics.

Faculty of Science Alumni Bursaries

Program code: UEBO-528

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the Faculty of Science.

SFU Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Student Union Bursary

Program code: UPBO-608

Value: $100

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: The bursary will be granted annually in the spring term to a student with an approved major in MBB. The bursary is based on financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Irene May Surbey Bursary

Program code: UEBO-723

Value: $900

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science or in the Faculty of Applied Sciences. The bursary is granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Ken Turner Memorial Endowment Fund Bursary

Program code: UEBO-639

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To third or fourth year undergraduate students with a specialization in Marine Biology. All students are welcome to apply however, preference will be given to a student from the Kimberly area if all other qualifications have been met. This bursary is in memory of Ken Turner, a graduate of the Resource Management Program. A departmental recommendation is also required.

Urea Formaldehyde Foam Insulation Action Association Bursary

Program code: UEBO-607

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To students who have completed at least 60 units and who are studying in the areas of toxic chemicals or pollutants and their effects on human health and functioning. Please document eligibility. The Endowment has been established by the Association.

Vancouver Foundation Health Science Bursaries

Program code: UPBO-578

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall, spring

Terms of reference: The bursary assistance program is limited to full-time students studying in Health Sciences. The funds are directed to students who have completed at least one year of post-secondary education and can demonstrate financial need. Areas of study include any of the following: Pre-Med program, Kinesiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Gerontology.

Scott Wilson Memorial Bursary in Physics

Program code: UEBO-748

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Awarded in any semester to an undergraduate student(s) enrolled full-time in a physics program in good academic standing on the basis of demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students who are returning to university after a break in their studies, lasting at least one year or more.

Awards for the University Community

Awards are given in recognition of distinguished intellectual, cultural, social or athletic contribution to university life. Awards usually consist of monetary remuneration but may also come in the form of a prize or medal. Many of the following awards have been made possible by generous donations.

Regulations for Academic and Service Awards

The following regulations govern all prizes, medals or awards over which the University has jurisdiction.

In most cases, nominations are submitted directly to Financial Aid and Awards. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible unless otherwise indicated.

Undergraduate students must have achieved a minimum CGPA of 2.00 during the term of their contribution and must not be on academic probation, or in the case of first term or transfer students, must possess an equivalent secondary school or college standing.

Undergraduates must be enrolled in a minimum of nine units of normal graded courses in the term of eligibility. Challenge, audit, and credit free courses are not considered. Students who enrol in fewer than nine units or subsequently drop below nine units may have their awards cancelled.

Graduate students must be enrolled for residence credit in an approved full time program in the term of eligibility. Students who do not enrol or subsequently change to on-leave status may have their awards cancelled.

Candidates must submit an application form to Financial Aid and Awards or be nominated by a member (or members) of the Simon Fraser University faculty, staff, student body or alumni. Individuals submitting a nomination for an award must file the nomination form with Financial Aid and Awards.

Normally, only one intervening term will be allowed between the term in which the enrolled student made their contributions and the term in which the award is adjudicated.

Where contributions are over and above usual expectations, remunerated or assigned activities, such as course assignments or teaching duties, may be considered for recognition.

Unless otherwise stated, awards are tenable only at Simon Fraser University for the term indicated on the notice and may not be deferred.

Awards for All Students

Aboriginal Student Leader Award

Program code: UUAO-120

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Awards are available each year to graduate and undergraduate aboriginal students attending Simon Fraser University who have a living connection to their own aboriginal community and who have completed 30 units at the University. The recipient will be in good academic standing and have demonstrated excellence in one or more of service to the University, community service, cultural contribution and overcoming personal or systemic barriers. Documentation supporting the student’s community connection, service and volunteer activities shall be submitted to Financial Aid and Awards. The Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee will make the award.

Alumni Association Outstanding Student Leadership Award

Program code: UPAO-167

Value: $2000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a student in any faculty who is in his/her third or fourth year with a minimum of thirty (30) units completed at Simon Fraser University. The recipient will have demonstrated a combination of outstanding academic achievement and outstanding performance or leadership in another endeavour at Simon Fraser University or in the broader community. The achievement may be in athletics or the arts, in service to the University or to the community at large. Nominations, including a letter and resume from the nominee and a supporting letter from an individual who can speak to the achievements of the nominee, should be sent from the chair or director of the nominee’s department or school to the Registrar by April 15 each year. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee. Presentation of the Alumni Association Outstanding Student Leadership Award will take place at the annual Outstanding Alumni Awards Ceremony. Nominations or applications should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15.

Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Humanitarian Award

Program code: UPAO-201

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The recipient will have demonstrated a combination of outstanding academic achievement and outstanding leadership and/or service at Simon Fraser University. This may be service to the University or by representing the University to the community at large. When possible, preference will be given to service in relation to human rights. Applicants may apply for the award themselves, or may be recommended by a member of the university community. Applicants should provide a copy of volunteer service with the application. Letters of recommendation will also be considered. Nominations or applications should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15.

BC Bearing Engineers Limited Award

Program code: UEAO-537

Value: $350

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a co-op student in any faculty who is doing his/her work term(s) in Latin America, including Mexico. The Award is intended to off-set travel and/or living expenses for the period of time (not exceeding one year) spent in Latin America, or Mexico. If more than one student applies for the award, then the best CGPA will be the deciding factor. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the director, co-operative education.

B.C. Sugar Achievement Award

Program code: UEAO-526

Value: $5500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a Simon Fraser University faculty, staff member, student or multiple of the same who meet the following criteria: winner of national or international competition, or recipient of national or international prize or award; history of leadership in recipient’s field; accomplishment(s) relate directly to responsibilities and activities at Simon Fraser University. Nominations of an individual or group should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15 of each year. Nominations should include a description of the nominee’s achievements, a curriculum vitae (if appropriate), and three letters of recommendation.

Deans’ Convocation Medals

Program code: UUAO-002

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a graduating student from each faculty. The dean of the respective faculty will recommend a student who is from the top 5% of graduating students within that faculty. The top 5% is defined by cumulative GPA. All nominations are to be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards.

Terry Fox Gold Medal

Program code: UUAO-001

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To any person who has demonstrated those personal qualities of courage in adversity and dedication to society which have been exemplified by Terry Fox and his Marathon of Hope. Nominations or applications should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15.

Alexander Fraser Award in Piping and Drumming

Program code: UEAO-011

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: These awards are made following a competition among the pipers and drummers on campus. A cash award will be made to the student judged best in each of the two categories. In addition, a cash award may also be made to the student who has contributed most significantly to the development of Highland tradition at Simon Fraser University.

Gandhi Essay Award

Program code: N/A

Value: $350

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Simon Fraser University undergraduates, who have completed at least 30 units and who are enrolled for courses in the current academic year (September-August) are eligible for the award. Essays should be typed and be no longer than 2500 words. Essays must be submitted to the Director, Institute of Humanities.

Governor General’s Silver Medal

Program code: UPAO-001

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The silver medal will be awarded to the student whose record, in the opinion of the faculties, is the most outstanding in the graduating classes in any faculty. Eligible candidates should have completed a minimum of 60 term units at Simon Fraser University. The award shall be made to the student who has maintained a high scholastic standing during not fewer than six terms or the equivalent of 60 term units or more at Simon Fraser University.

Laurine Harrison Undergraduate Service Award

Program code: UEAO-545

Value: $1250

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted annually to students in good academic standing from any faculty.

The award will be disbursed on the basis of demonstrated leadership and/or service at Simon Fraser University. The student’s leadership or service may be to the student community, (demonstrated by service to the Student Society, Board of Governors, Senate, or some other University body on which students are represented) or by advocating for students in the community at large (as demonstrated by fundraising activities, or service to off-campus student advocacy groups). Application packages must include a letter from the candidate outlining either volunteer service, as well as letter(s) of recommendation confirming these activities.

Laurine Harrison Courage to Succeed Undergraduate Award

Program code: UEAO-546

Value: $1250

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Disbursed to a student in good academic standing from any faculty who has overcome adversity in the pursuit of their education. Application packages must include a letter from the candidate outlining their adverse circumstances, as well as confirming letter(s) of recommendation.

Stephen Harold Edward Herring Prize

Program code: UEAO-048

Value: $1700

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The Herring Prize will honor the development of a device or innovative way to restore lost functions and provide increased independence for people who have been paralyzed. Submissions will be evaluated by the Herring Committee based on the originality of the research, keeping in mind the contribution of direct and effective research in alleviation and curing injuries made by impact that cause any paralysis. Eligible candidates will be graduate or undergraduate students at Simon Fraser University in any faculty. The submission should include a description of the research, device or innovation to alleviate or cure injuries causing paralysis and two letters of support from faculty who know the student well and can attest to the originality of the research and role played by the student. Submissions should be sent to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15. The Herring Prize will be awarded at the February Awards Ceremony in the following year. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Stephen Herring Prize Committee.

Hong Kong University BC Alumni Award

Program code: UEAO-538

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a Co-op student in any faculty who is doing his/her work placement in Hong Kong. The award is intended to offset travel and/or living expenses for the period of time (not exceeding one year) spent in Hong Kong. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the co-operative education program director.

Honor Roll

Program code: N/A

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: A limited number of students will be admitted each term to the University honor roll, mainly on the basis of excellent work completed in the previous term. This award will be shown on the student’s permanent record. Admission to the honor roll requires that the student:

• must have completed a minimum of 30 term units at Simon Fraser University by the end of the term being evaluated

• must have completed at least 12 term units of credit in the term

being evaluated

• must achieve a minimum term GPA of 4.00 calculated on all normally graded courses completed in the term being evaluated.

International Co-operative Education Awards

Program code: UUAO-203

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students in good academic standing from any faculty who are accepted for a prioritized SFU International Co-operative Education placement. These awards will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Work Integrated Learning. In prioritizing placements the Director of Work Integrated Learning’s considerations will include but not necessarily be limited to the following: geographical location, salary rate and placement costs (i.e. work permits, association fees, immunization, travel etc.) Awards will be made to students participating in prioritized placements on the basis of academic performance.

International Mobility Awards

Program code: UUAO-204

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students in good academic standing from any faculty who are accepted for an SFU International Exchange or Field School program in targeted locations. Awards values will be determined based on location of the formal exchange or field school. Awards will be made to students participating in targeted programs on the basis academic performance and their engagement in internationalization activities (i.e. volunteer activities, mentorships, community activities, international work experience). These awards will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, SFU International.

Judy Kelly Humanitarian Award

Program code: UEAO-522

Value: $750

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in any faculty who has provided volunteer services to the university community. Particular preference will be given to students who have provided aid to students with physical disabilities. Applicants may apply for the award themselves, or may be recommended by a member of the university community. Nominations or applications should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15.

Living Personal Truths Award

Program code: UPAO-195

Value: $400

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The award is given to a student in any faculty who has demonstrated a significant contribution to reducing discrimination and/or increasing awareness of sexual orientation and gender diversity. Applications must include a letter and resume form the student and a supporting letter from an individual who can speak to their achievements. Nominations or applications should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15.

London Drugs 60th Anniversary Student Awards

Program code: UEAO-540

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The awards will be granted to graduate or undergraduate students in any faculty whose volunteer activities have made a significant contribution to the development and/or improvement of campus community life. Candidates must be in good academic standing and should demonstrate their involvement in unpaid volunteer activities by providing their resumé and cover letter describing their volunteerism, the length of service and time-commitment dedicated to such interests and include a letter of reference from a supervisor of the candidate’s volunteer work.

Iain and Mary Ormsaig MacKinnon Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO-045

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The award is granted to an undergraduate student who plays the bagpipe either as a solo musician or as part of any pipe band and has a CGPA of 2.5+. Applications for the award should include a letter of reference from an appropriate individual discussing the applicant’s activities as a solo piper or participation in a pipe band.

Meloche Monnex Outstanding Student Leadership Award

Program code: UPAO-199

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The award will be granted to a student in any faculty who is in his/her third or fourth year with a minimum of thirty (30) units completed at Simon Fraser University. The recipient will have demonstrated a combination of outstanding academic achievement and outstanding performance or leadership in another endeavor at Simon Fraser University or in the broader community. The achievement may be in athletics or the arts, in service to the University or to the community at large. Applications must include a letter and resume from the student and a supporting letter from an individual who can speak to their achievements. Nominations or applications should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15.

Mitsubishi Canada Limited Student Exchange Awards

Program code: UEAO-064

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The Mitsubishi Canada Limited Student Exchange Awards will be awarded annually to undergraduate students who are undertaking study in Japan on a Formal Exchange Program with one of Simon Fraser University’s Japanese exchange partners.

Eligibility criteria is as follows:

• 2.7 cumulative grade point average

• completion of at least one year of study at Simon Fraser University

• two letters of reference from faculty

• accepted for enrolment by one of Simon Fraser University’s Japanese exchange partners.

Awards will be made on the basis of academic performance. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, SFU International.

Muslim Students’ Association Award

Program code: UPAO-183

Value: $100

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: One award valued at $300 will be available annually in the fall term. The award is granted to an undergraduate student in good academic standing from any faculty. The successful applicant will be involved in the Muslim Students’ Association for two terms promoting better understanding and open dialogue between Muslims and the campus community at large. The applicant should submit a letter detailing his/her volunteer activities and a brief synopsis of how this activity helped to promote Islamic awareness.

C.D. Nelson Memorial Prize

Program code: UEAO-019

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The C.D. Nelson Memorial Prize was established at Simon Fraser University in 1975 in memory of Professor C.D. Nelson, first head of Biological Sciences, who gave so fully of himself to the whole University community. One C.D. Nelson Memorial Prize, valued at approximately $500 for the purchase of a work of art, will be awarded annually. The prize will be granted to a current or retired faculty or staff member, or to a current student who has made an outstanding contribution to Simon Fraser University other than normal or academic work. Nominations are to be made through Financial Aid and Awards by April 15. The prize will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Dr. M. Sheila O’Connell Prize for Children’s Literature

Program code: UEAO-534

Value: $1500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student who has completed work in the general subject area of children’s literature, fiction or criticism or is working towards publication of a piece of children’s literature. A proposal outlining the story should be forwarded by candidates to the cross-disciplinary committee from the Faculty of Education, the Department of English and the School of Communication. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the joint committee.

Eileen Purkiss Memorial Endowment Award

Program code: UEAO-023

Value: $100

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The award will be available to graduate and undergraduate international students. In adjudicating the award, consideration will be given to the special contributions made by the student to the social and cultural exchange and development of international students at Simon Fraser University with specific reference to volunteer service, promotion of goodwill, and the organization of social, cultural and related events. Applications or nominations may be made through Financial Aid and Awards, by April 15,with appropriate letters of reference. The endowment fund is established in memory of Eileen Purkiss.

Recreation Leadership Awards

Program code: UUAO-101

Value: $600

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: The purpose of these awards is to recognize and encourage students’ contribution in, and development of, leadership initiatives in the University recreation programs. Up to 32 awards of $600 each are available to: entering students on the basis of recommendations from secondary school of demonstrated leadership in the school program, and to continuing students who have demonstrated consistent leadership skills and potential for further development. Students must be nominated by the Director of Recreational Services and Athletics, maintain a cumulative 2.00 grade point average and enrol in nine units. Nomination will be made by the Director of Recreational Services and Athletics to the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Recreation Promotion Award

Program code: UUAO-110

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: The awards recognize and encourage gifted physically active university students who contribute to the promotion of a university culture of physical activity. The award is available to entering and continuing full-time undergraduate students in good academic standing (maintain a minimum CGPA of 2.00) who have demonstrated a personal physical activity commitment and promoted physical activity on-campus. Student must be nominated by the Director of Recreational Services and Athletics. The awards will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Louise Berthe Samson Undergraduate Award

Program code: UEAO-060

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a third or fourth year undergraduate student who is doing volunteer work or a work project related to the applicant’s field of study in a recognized charitable or community organization. The successful applicant may be in any Faculty and should have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. The application should include a letter outlining the applicant’s chosen course of studies, a resume, an explanation of the volunteer or work project activity, and its impact on the applicant. There can be no more than a one term gap between the volunteer or work project activity and the awarding of the Samson Award. Nominations or applications should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15.

Gordon M. Shrum Gold Medal

Program code: UPAO-002

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: An award of a gold medal and $500 is to be awarded in May of each year to an outstanding student in any faculty who has completed the requirements for the Bachelor’s degree during the preceding summer, fall or spring term. The award shall be made to the student who has maintained a high scholastic standing during not fewer than six terms or the equivalent of 60 units or more at Simon Fraser University and who, by participating in extracurricular activities, has shown outstanding qualities of character and unselfish devotion to Simon Fraser University. The award shall be made upon the recommendation of the Awards Committee after consultation with members of the faculty and representatives of the student body.

Simon Fraser University Pipe Band Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO-043

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a Simon Fraser University student playing with the University Pipe Band who has particular promise in piping or drumming and who has maintained a satisfactory academic record. Recommendation is required from the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band Major.

Simon Fraser University Piping Award

Program code: UUAO-006

Value: $800

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Thirteen awards are available to Simon Fraser University students who are members of the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band. The awards are awarded to full-time students in good academic standing in recognition of significant contribution to the University and community through their participation with the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director of Ceremonies.

Ted Sinnott Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO-027

Value: $550

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a student who has made a contribution of a voluntary nature, to the University community, thereby reflecting positively the cheer and goodwill which the late Ted Sinnott generated at Simon Fraser University for so many years. Nominations or applications should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15.

William A. (Bill) Stewart Volunteer Leadership Award

Program code: UEAO-049

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To graduate or undergraduate students in any faculty whose volunteer activities have made a significant contribution to the development and/or improvement of campus community life. The application should include a letter from the student outlining his/her volunteer activities and the impact those activities have had on campus life. Nominations or applications should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15.

Dr. Abe Unrau Memorial Co-op Prize

Program code: UEAO-039

Value: $400

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The prize is granted to an outstanding co-op student in any faculty at the time of graduation on the basis of cumulative grade point average, written evaluations from work term employers and demonstrated leadership. Successful candidates must have completed a minimum of four work terms. A student from the School of Engineering Science Co-op program may also be considered if he/she has successfully completed three work terms and a research term (the undergraduate thesis project) producing an undergraduate thesis. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Work Integrated Learning.

Joan H. Walter Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO-030

Value: $100

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: This award will be awarded biennially to a student who has been employed in the Tour Guide Service. Special consideration will be given to the student’s willingness to serve and personal commitment to the University community and to the degree to which Simon Fraser University has been promoted with enthusiasm and accurate information. A nomination from the Director of Student Recruitment is required.

Roger G. Welch Alumni Prize

Program code: UEAO-172

Value: $1050

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an alumnus/alumni of Simon Fraser University pursuing a degree program or a post baccalaureate diploma. The prize will honor or recognize students who have demonstrated leadership, citizenship and dedication in service to the University community. Participation in the wider community will also be considered. The granting of the prize will be based on evidence submitted by the applicant or by another person, group or association. Nominations or applications should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15.

Ben West Student Exchange Annual Award

Program code: UPAO-203

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The Ben West Student Exchange Award will be awarded to a student in good academic standing in his or her third or fourth year of study in any undergraduate program, enrolled to participate in a term exchange. The award will be granted on the basis of outstanding community service. Where possible preference will be given to students enrolled in the Faculty of Business Administration pursuing an exchange in Asia.

Westcoast Coalition for Human Dignity Community Service Award

Program code: UEAO-201

Value: $400

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The award is offered to students in any faculty based on demonstrated commitment to and leadership in opposing bigotry and advancing human rights through their work in schools, community or non-governmental organizations that work to eliminate racism, sexism, xenophobia, and/or homophobia or that work to provide services to victims of such. To be considered eligible, candidates must demonstrate their involvement in unpaid volunteer activities by providing their resume and cover letter describing their volunteerism, the length of service and time-commitment dedicated to such interests and including a letter of reference from a supervisor of the candidate’s volunteer work. Nominations or applications should be forwarded to Financial Aid and Awards by April 15.

Awards for Applied Sciences Students

Mark and Nancy Brooks Computing Science Innovation Award

Program code: UEAO-052

Value: $800

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Granted to a computing science student in good academic standing who demonstrates exceptional accomplishment, promise or innovation in the area of computing science outside classroom work. The application should include a description of the interest or innovative ideas that student is considering. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School of Computing Science.

Communication Alumni Endowment Award

Program code: UEAO-155

Value: $1800

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a third or fourth year undergraduate student in Communication who submits the best essay in the field of Communication. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School of Communication.

Computing Science Graduation Award

Program code: UEAO-529

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To the top graduating student in computing science. If there are two students who qualify, the award will be given to the student who has demonstrated service to the computing science undergraduate student body or to the university. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director or the School of Computing Science.

Computing Science Student Society Award

Program code: UEAO-042

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students in computing science, who if declared majors, meet the GPA requirements to stay in the School, or if not a declared major, meet the School’s GPA requirements to declare. Candidates need not have completed all the courses required to declare a major in computing science. Applicants must demonstrate service to the University community in particular to the undergraduate Computing Science Student Society and/or the computing science undergraduate student body. Financial need may be taken into account if more than one student qualifies for the award. Applications for the award should be submitted to the Director of the School of Computing Science and will include a letter discussing university community involvement or involvement with the Society. Recommendations from any member may be submitted to the Director. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director of the School of Computing Science in consultation with the undergraduate computing science student society. Applications for the award should be submitted to the Director of the School of Computing Science by January 2 (spring award) or by September 1 (fall award).

Engineering Science Undergraduate Student Project Award

Program code: UEAO-535

Value: $100

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Given annually for projects proposed by Simon Fraser University engineering science undergraduate students. The project proposals submitted for consideration should contain a description of the project, Category as noted below, the benefits to engineering science students, the university or to industry, an implementation schedule including a deadline and a contact student who is enrolled, and a complete cost breakdown. The project can fall into one of four (4) categories that will be ranked according to the Rating Criteria (first Criteria being the highest).

Category A - Competition

• projects that will be entered to compete in competition

• rating criteria: within the scope of Simon Fraser University engineering science, ambitious, team oriented, scientific merit

• awards will include travel costs associated with competition participation

Category B - Entrepreneurial

• projects that expect to produce a workable prototype. A brief Business Plan should be included in the project proposal

• rating criteria: pragmatic, cost effective, visionary

Category C - Class

• projects that originated from an engineering science class or a special projects laboratory

• rating criteria: originality, usability, team oriented

Category D - Miscellaneous

• travel and projects not covered under Category A through C and/or purchase of Lab Equipment and/or teaching aids

The Award(s) will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nominations of the Funding Council and the Director of the School of Engineering Science.

Engineering Undergraduate Student Society Award

Program code: UEAO-512

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in engineering science who has demonstrated service to the engineering science undergraduate student body. Students must be in good academic standing to apply for award. Preference will be given to those students who have not previously received the Award. Applications for the Award should be made to the Director of the School of Engineering Science. The application should include a letter from the student or the EUSS discussing the student’s involvement in and service to the engineering science student body. In addition, any member of the engineering science Undergraduate student body may nominate a recipient to the Director of the School of Engineering Science. The Director will consult with the EUSS prior to making the recommendation. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Award Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director of School of Engineering Science.

G&F Financial Group Annual Awards

Program code: UPAO-207

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in good academic standing who are enrolled at any Simon Fraser University campus in either the Faculty of Business, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, or Faculty of Applied Sciences. Awards will be granted on the basis of demonstrated service to the Simon Fraser University community or the community at large. Preference will be given to active members or immediate family of an active member of G&F Financial Group.

National Bank Financial Award in Kinesiology

Program code: UEAO-533

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Available in the fall to a student interested in developing a career in the health and fitness industry. Student must have an approved major in Kinesiology and have completed 90 units of course work with a CGPA of 3.0 and higher. Candidates must already be in possession of CPR, RFA and preferably, an Industrial First Aid certification. The successful candidate will work under the supervision in the Harbour Centre teaching and research Kinesiology lab a minimum of five hours per week in the awarded term. The suitable candidates on completion of one term of supervised study will be offered an opportunity to work independently as a consultant in the lab. Applications for the award will be received by the Director, School of Kinesiology in August each year. Selection will be made and announced on the first of September. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School of Kinesiology.

Radio Station CHMB AM1320 Award in Communication

Program code: UEAO-523

Value: $2000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Available to a student enrolled in the Communications Honors program to assist with the cost of completing the Honors project. Preference will be given to a multi-lingual student whose Honors project addresses issues regarding the diversity of languages and cultures in the Greater Vancouver area with a focus on the role of the mass media, preferably radio. Applications should be submitted to the School of Communication by January 2. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School of Communication.

Rogers Communications Inc. Award in Communication

Program code: UEAO-120

Value: $2000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To student enrolled in the Communications Honors program to assist with the cost of completing the Honors project. Preference will be given to a student whose Honors project addresses recent issues in Communication (e.g., relating to television or to the production of a video). Applications should be submitted to the School of Communication by January 2. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School of Communication.

Ken Spencer SFU Business/Engineering Venture Plan Competition

Program code: UPAO-191

Value: $100

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The Ken Spencer Simon Fraser University Business/Engineering Venture Plan is organized as part of undergraduate courses in offered in both the Faculty of Business Administration (BUS 477), and the Faculty of Applied Sciences (ENSC 201). To ensure that the venture plan includes technical and business aspects, teams must consists of at least one undergraduate student from each of the applied sciences (engineering) and business administration faculties. A Management of Technology MBA student with an engineering degree will be selected to assist the course instructors by providing mentorship to the competitors. This mentor will provide technical expertise and guide students as they hone venture plans and polish presentation skills. As part of the courses BUS 477 and ENSC 201, teams of students for both courses (with a minimum of one Business student and one Engineering student per team) will prepare a business plan to be graded jointly by the two course instructors. Typically, the business plan will comprise 35% of the course grade.

At the end of the term in which the courses are offered, the two course instructors will identify the top six business plans to be entered into the jury-adjudicated Ken Spencer Venture Plan Competition. Written and oral presentations will be made to the jury who will rank their recommended first, second and third place teams. Once the Venture Plan Competition Jury has determined their recommendations, the Chair of the Venture Plan Competition Jury will present and discuss the selected winners with the Deans of Applied Sciences and Business Administration who will forward their nominations to the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee. Of the finalists, three teams will receive prizes – a first prize of $3000, a second prize of $1500 and a third prize of $500. Prize values may change in succeeding years. Winners will be announced at an annual function attended by faculty, students and competition sponsors.

Triple A Award in Mechatronics

Program code: UPSO-312

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Awarded to a student in the Mechatronics Program at Simon Fraser University Surrey who demonstrates excellence in academic performance and leadership and/or service to the community. Applications must include a resume outlining the candidate’s leadership activities and volunteer service as well as letter(s) or recommendation confirming these activities.

VTech Graduation Prize in Engineering Science

Program code: UEAO-544

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: An annual prize will be awarded to the top engineering science undergraduate student from each calendar year’s graduating class who successfully completes their degree with the highest CGPA.

The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Awards for Arts and Social Sciences Students

Alan David Aberbach Undergraduate Award in History

Program code: UEAO-539

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: This award is open to all undergraduate students in the Department of History. Students applying for this award must include an essay, term paper or project that focused on some aspect of the U.S. history submitted for a Simon Fraser University taken U.S. history course. In lieu of such documentation, an applicant should submit the course number of a U.S. history course which included a final examination, previously taken in the last calendar year. The application must be received by the Chair, Department of History by the end of the third week of classes in the subsequent semester. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee upon nomination of the Chair, Department of History.

Archaeometry Prize

Program code: UEAO-003

Value: $350

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate or graduate student who has shown exceptional scholarship and an interest in the application of Physical Science to Archaeology. This prize will be awarded by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the faculty members involved in Archaeometry.

Noel Archambault Memorial Award in Film

Program code: UEAO-050

Value: $1500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted to an undergraduate student in the School for Contemporary Arts, film major program whose fourth year film/video project best invokes Noel Archambault’s spirit of independence, innovation and technical ingenuity. The award will be adjudicated on the basis of the proposal for their upcoming fourth year film or video project the film major students present at the conclusion of their third year in the film program. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the director, School for Contemporary Arts.

Jane Austen Society Prize

Program code: UPAO-132

Value: $140

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a student for the best essay by an upper level undergraduate student on the subject of Jane Austen, her life, works, or closely related social history. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation by the Department of English. Applications and/or nominations are to be forwarded to the Dean of Graduate Studies office for adjudication.

G.A.B.C. Chuck Bayley Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO-519

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To graduate or undergraduate students, full or part-time, who have through volunteer or paid work experience demonstrated an aptitude for and interest in the field of Gerontology. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Gerontology Alumni Chapter.

B.C. Federation of Labour Award

Program code: UPAO-190

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The award will be given to an undergraduate student with an approved minor in labor studies, on the basis of satisfactory academic performance and involvement in volunteer activities. Candidates should demonstrate their involvement in volunteer activities by providing their resume and cover letter specific to these interests. A representative of the BC Federation of Labour will be invited to meet each award winner. This award is granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director of the Centre for Labour Studies.

British Columbia Psychological Association Award

Program code: UPAO-005

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: A certificate of excellence will be awarded for outstanding achievement in the study of psychology to a graduating student who has completed the requirements for a Bachelor’s degree over the previous summer, fall or spring term. Awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of the Psychology Department.

Robert C. Brown Award

Program code: UEAO-195

Value: $2000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a student in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences who has completed a minimum of 60 units at Simon Fraser University. The recipient will have demonstrated a combination of outstanding academic achievement and outstanding performance or leadership in another endeavour at Simon Fraser University. This may be in athletics, in service to the University, or in representing the University to the community at large. The nominations should include the nominee’s resumé and a letter of recommendation from a faculty member in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Nominations should be forwarded to Financial Assistance Office by April 15.

Bureau du Quebec Book Prizes in Quebec Studies

Program code: UPAO-177

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To one top ranking undergraduate student and one top ranking graduate student in the Department of French having a concentration in Quebec studies within the Department’s French-Canadian course offerings, including Quebec literature and/or linguistics. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee and the Senate Graduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the Chair, Department of French. The Department of French reserves the right to withhold one or both prizes in any given year.

Bice Caple Awards

Program code: UUAO-005

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Outstanding contribution to the Fine Arts at Simon Fraser University during the previous year.

During the tenure of the award each recipient must:

• be an enrolled student at Simon Fraser University

• pursue a course of studies and demonstrate academic competence

• continue to be active in Arts at Simon Fraser University

Normally, the award may be held only once, but in no case may an individual receive the award more than twice. Each recipient will be nominated by the Director of the School of the Contemporary Arts, the award of $1,000 will be disbursed in two equal installments, one in the fall term and one in the spring term.

The Chan Sisters Foundation Non-Profit Co-op Employment Grant

Program code: N/A

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The grant will subsidize Co-op students in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Program whose next Co-op work terms will be in not-for-profit organizations. The Chan Sisters Foundation Non-Profit Co-op Employment Grant will be administered by the Director, Work Integrated Learning.

John Chant Award

Program code: UEAO-541

Value: $885

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a student in economics graduating with the highest CGPA. The Award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee upon a nomination from the Chair of Economics.

William L. Cleveland Essay Prize in African Middle-Eastern Asian History

Program code: UEAO-053

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To the author of a superior undergraduate term report or essay on any topic concerning African, Middle-Eastern or Asian history. Special consideration will be given for originality in analysis and treatment of the area. Essays are to be submitted to the history department by April 15, and must have been written in one of the three previous terms.

Consulat General de France in Vancouver Book Prizes in French Studies

Program code: UPAO-193

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The Consulat General de France in Vancouver provides annual book prizes to graduate and undergraduate students in the Department of French based on academic performance. Awards will be made in each of three categories: a graduate student, a graduating undergraduate student and an undergraduate student who has completed at least two terms of French studies. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the Chair, Department of French.

Simon Fraser University Service Awards (Contemporary Arts)

Program code: UUAO-000

Value: $100

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students in the School for Contemporary Arts who have made a significant contribution in their field of study. Candidates must have been enrolled in a minimum of six units (hours with a calculated GPA) with satisfactory academic standing in the qualifying term of contribution. Graduate students may also be recognized for these awards. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the director, School for Contemporary Arts.

Criminology Award in Diversity & Public Safety

Program code: UPAO-194

Value: $750

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: An award will be made available to an undergraduate student in Criminology, studying the interaction between visible minorities and traditional Canadian crime prevention programs and law enforcement. The Award will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee, on the nomination of the Director of the School of Criminology.

Criminology Student Association Community Service Award

Program code: UPAO-208

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted annually to a student in good academic standing with a declared major in criminology. The recipient will have demonstrated outstanding community involvement at Simon Fraser University in the field of criminology, including involvement within the Criminology Student Association. Volunteer service within the field of criminology over the past two years is the primary criterion. Involvement within the CSA will be given priority/preference. Please submit with your volunteer resume, one letter of reference from a volunteer supervisor, as well as a 250 word paragraph explaining what you feel your largest volunteer contribution has been.

Paul Delany Graduation Award in English

Program code: UEAO-058

Value: $200

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Awarded annually to the student graduating with the highest CGPA upon completion of an English major. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the English Department.

Al Eisenring Gerontology Award

Program code: UEAO-041

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate mature student whose area of study is Gerontology. A departmental nomination is required from the Chair of Gerontology.

European History Book Prize

Program code: UEAO-174

Value: $275

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The author of a superior undergraduate term report or essay on any topic concerning European history. Special consideration will be given for originality in analysis and treatment of the area. Essays are to be submitted to the history department by April 15 and must have been written in one of the three previous terms. The department of history awards committee will make a nomination to the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee. The history department will undertake to publicize and adjudicate the essay competition.

French Cohort Program Language Training Award

Program code: UUAO-202

Value: $2300

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Awarded to student(s) enrolled in the French Cohort Program at Simon Fraser University to cover the costs associated with attending a French summer language program, of at least four weeks’ duration, within an accredited Francophone university or college. Application must be made by letter to the Associate Director, FASS, Office of Francophone and Francophile Affairs, and must include confirmation of acceptance in a French summer language program within an accredited Francophone university or college, a statement describing the relevance of the language program to the student’s academic program at Simon Fraser University and two letters of reference from Simon Fraser University faculty. Consideration will be given to the applicants’ GPA, the importance of the language training to the student’s program of study, and the letters of reference. Application deadline is March 15. The Award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Associate Director, FASS, Office of Francophone and Francophile Affairs.

Institute for the Humanities Travel-Study Award

Program code: UPAO-200

Value: $1500

Awarded: spring summer

Terms of reference: Awarded to a third or fourth-year student(s) who have completed two humanities courses. Application must be made by March 15 by letter to the Director, Institute for the Humanities, and must include a resume, a copy of university transcript, a statement describing the relevance of the program/field school to the student’s academic program and goal and two letters of reference from Simon Fraser University faculty. Consideration will be given to the applicants’ GPA, the importance of the field school to the student’s program of study, and the letters of reference. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Institute for the Humanities.

Jack Knetsch Award

Program code: ueao-542

Value: $885

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To the student with the best essay in the economics honors thesis course. The Award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee upon a nomination from the Chair of Economics.

Nick Kravariotis Memorial Scholarship in Hellenic Studies

Program code: UEAO-200

Value: $600

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a student with the highest GPA in intermediate modern Greek language. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Hellenic Studies.

Betty Lambert Memorial Prize

Program code: UEAO-014

Value: $350

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student enrolled in at least nine units. The prize will be based upon the best unpublished play submitted. Students must apply to the Department of English by February 15. The endowment fund is established in memory of Betty Lambert.

Evelyn Lett Award in Women’s Studies University Women’s Club of Vancouver

Program code: UPAO-196

Value: $1300

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award is available to a student who is enrolled in a Women’s Studies major or joint major, Women’s Studies minor, Women’s Studies extended minor or Gender Studies minor. Preference will be given to those students who have contributed to the Women’s Studies Department and/or to women’s issues on campus or in the community. Student should document their community service in a letter and resume along with their application package. The award is granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair, Women’s Studies.

Cliff Lloyd Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO-016

Value: $1700

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an honors student in economics graduating with the highest CGPA. The Awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee upon a nomination from the Chair of Economics.

Marcia Scholarship in Electroacoustics

Program code: UEAO-130

Value: $350

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a graduate or undergraduate student from any discipline who shows promise and/or excellence in the field of electroacoustics, whether for composition, research, performance or production. A department nomination is required.

Gerald and Sheahan McGavin Award

Program code: UEAO-056

Value: $1500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students in the School for Contemporary Arts based on demonstrated volunteer involvement in community service and academic merit. The application must include a detailed discussion of the student’s volunteer involvement in community activities. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School for Contemporary Arts.

Stephen McIntyre Book Prize in History

Program code: UPAO-018

Value: $400

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To the top graduating student in history in recognition of academic excellence on the nomination of the Department of History Awards Committee.

Sean McLeod Memorial Award in Music

Program code: UPAO-180

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the School for the Contemporary Arts majoring in music. The successful applicant will be a full-time student who achieved a gpa of 2.8 or more in their previous terms of full-time studies at Simon Fraser University. Preference, when possible, will be given to students who have returned to full-time studies subsequent to a substantial interruption of their academic career after secondary school. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School for Contemporary Arts.

Richard Morgan Memorial Book Prize

Program code: UEAO-038

Value: $300

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student who submits a superior term report or essay on any topic concerning Canadian Native history. Special consideration will be given for originality in analysis and treatment of the area. Essays are to be submitted to the history department by April 15, and must have been written in one of the three previous terms. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Department of History Awards Committee.

Ingrid Nystrom Archaeology Award

Program code: UEAO-180

Value: $1600

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student majoring in Archaeology to further studies in archaeology or physical anthropology. Please consult the Archaeology Department for further details and application procedures by November 1st.

Orangecorporation Annual Award in Visual Arts

Program code: UPAO-206

Value: $400

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The award will be granted annually to a student in good academic standing in his or her fourth year of study in the Visual Arts major program. The award will be awarded to a student who demonstrates a high degree of ambition within his/her chosen medium and interests, and who’s practice to date exploits the interdisciplinary, self-motivated, and liberal nature of the visual arts program at Simon Fraser University. The award will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director of the School for the Contemporary Arts.

Margaret Ormsby History Prize

Program code: UEAO-521

Value: $275

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: For the best essay written by an undergraduate upper level student enrolled in a Canadian history course at Simon Fraser. Special consideration will be given for originality in analysis and treatment of the subject. Essays are to be submitted to the history department by April 15, and must have been written in one of the three previous terms. Margaret Ormsby, the doyen of historians of British Columbia, wrote the standard work on the history of the province, served for ten years (1965-75) as the head of the history department at the University of British Columbia and as president of the Canadian Historical Association in 1965-66, and was awarded an honorary doctorate by Simon Fraser University in 1971. The prize will be managed by the history department and will be awarded on the nomination of the Ormsby prize committee to the department. The history department will undertake to publicize and adjudicate the essay competition. The prize will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of the Department of History.

Helen Pitt Graduating Award in Visual Arts

Program code: UPAO-189

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The Helen Pitt Graduating Award in Visual Arts will be awarded in the summer term to a graduating student with an approved major or extended minor in Visual Arts. The award will be given by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the School for the Contemporary Arts Visual Arts Committee.

Philippa Polson Memorial Prize in English

Program code: UEAO-059

Value: $250

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a student for the best English honors essay completed during the year. The Department of English Undergraduate Committee will consider all essays completed during the year. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of the Department of English.

Psychology Alumni Honors Prize

Program code: UEAO-037

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a student enrolled in Psychology 490/499. The award will be based on the quality of research conducted for the Honours project. The recipient will be expected to give a talk on his/her research at the Psychology Department’s annual convention. Both graduates and undergraduates are eligible. Awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of the Psychology Department.

Rama Reddy Political Science Award

Program code: UEAO-527

Value: $400

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To the top graduating student in Political Science. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of Political Science Department.

Simon Fraser University Gold Medal and Prize In History

Program code: UPAO-026

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The Department of History wishes to recognize and encourage academic excellence with the award of a medal to the best history student in each graduating year. The award will be based on the best grade point average for upper level work. The prize will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of the Department of History.

Simons Student Citizenship Program and Awards

Program code: UPAO-202

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Each year (2006-2008), eight students will be selected for participation in the Program and be provided with a $1000 stipend to prepare and deliver a piece of work suitable for publication or performance at a special conference to be organized that year. Paper topics should focus on one or more of the themes of the Institute for the Humanities Imagining Citizenship Project: environment, culture, social justice, religion, the university, modernity.

The program is open to all Simon Fraser University graduate and upper level undergraduate students. Students should submit a letter of application together with a one-page abstract summarizing the proposed topic and approach, a resume, a sample of written work (no more than six pages) and a transcript to Institute for the Humanities by March 31 each year. Successful applicants will be notified by April 30. Awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Adjudication Committee based on the nomination of the subcommittee of the Institute for the humanities’ steering committee.

Robert L Stanfield Book Prize

Program code: UEAO-028

Value: $100

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To outstanding graduating students in Political Science. Awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of the Political Science Department.

F.W. Sullivan Visual Arts Award

Program code: UEAO-029

Value: $130

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a student majoring in the Centre for the Arts Visual Arts Program. The award will be based upon a student’s contribution to the visual arts and the financial need associated with the public exhibition of his or her work. Nominations will be forwarded from the Centre for the Arts to the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Prize of the Ambassador of Switzerland in Canada

Program code: UPAO-022

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To students in their final year with the highest grades in German and French languages on recommendation by the Department (for German) and the Department of French (for French).

Takao Tanabe Annual Undergraduate Award in Visual Arts

Program code: UPAO-205

Value: $2000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The award will be granted annually to a student in good academic standing going into his or her fourth year of study in the Visual Arts concentration of the School for the Contemporary Arts. The award will be by departmental nomination for the student who shows the strongest promise in visual arts.

The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee based upon the nomination of the Director, School for the Contemporary Arts.

Winnie Topping Memorial Prize

Program code: UEAO-032

Value: $200

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a female student in honors Anthropology or Sociology who shows the greatest promise of becoming both a scholar and a humanitarian. Applicants must submit a letter of nomination from a faculty member of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology.

Volunteers of the Burnaby Art Gallery Award in Visual Arts

Program code: UEAO-046

Value: $750

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To the most promising student in third year in the Visual Arts major program. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the School for the Contemporary Arts Departmental Awards Committee.

Brian Williamson Memorial Award in Archaeology

Program code: UEAO-515

Value: $1100

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a student who has declared a major in Archaeology, is enrolled in a minimum of nine units (not necessarily in Archaeology) when application is made and intends to use the Award to help defray travel costs to participate in field research in Archaeology or Physical Anthropology. The Award will be based on use of the Award, academic achievements, and relevance of travel to the applicant’s academic career. Applications should be sent in writing to the Chair, Department of Archaeology. The application should include: evidence that the student is an Archaeology major in good academic standing, copy of most recent transcript, a statement describing how the Award will be used and any other relevant information that will aid the Committees in their decision. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Department of Archaeology Undergraduate Awards Committee.

Zoe Award in Painting or Sculpture

Program code: UPAO-192

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: An annual award of $500 will be made annually to a Simon Fraser University student from the School for the Contemporary Arts. The award will go to an undergraduate student in their final year of study for the production of work that uses contemporary painting or sculpture in an innovative and challenging way. Student recipients will be invited to meet Robert Wilson at a luncheon hosted by University Advancement. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School for the Contemporary Arts.

Awards for Business Administration Students

Peter R.B. Armstrong/Rocky Mountaineer Award for Entrepreneurship

Program code: UEAO-051

Value: $2500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Granted to third or fourth year students in the Faculty of Business Administration who have evidenced or achieved some level of entrepreneurial activities. Applications should include a letter discussing the student’s interest and involvement in entrepreneurial activities.

Samuel Belzberg Award of Excellence in Finance

Program code: UEAO-035

Value: $450

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an outstanding graduating student in finance who has also made an important voluntary contribution to the University community or who has otherwise demonstrated leadership and management capability. The award is supported by The Diamond Fund in Business. A departmental nomination is required.

Business Administration Students Endowment Fund Prizes

Program code: UEAO-006

Value: $100

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To the two finalists in the Dean’s Medal competition. Students will be chosen by the Dean of Business Administration.

Cohen Fund in Business – J. Segal Prize

Program code: UEAO-036

Value: $600

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To the top undergraduate graduating business administration student in Marketing. This prize is supported by the Cohen Fund in Business. Departmental nomination is required.

Dean’s Student Service Award

Program code: UUAO-200

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: In 1995, the Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration established the Dean’s Student Service Award. The purpose of the award is to recognize outstanding service in the university community by an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Administration. The Dean’s Student Service Award will be awarded annually in the spring term to recognize service in the preceding calendar year. The award, an engraved plaque and a gift, will be granted to a student, approved in a Business program, who has been nominated by the executive of a Faculty of Business Administration student club as their most valuable member. The student should have a minimum CGPA of 3.0 and must have been active in one of the student clubs in two of the three terms in the preceding year. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Award Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Dean, Faculty of Business Administration.

Ernst & Young Chartered Accountants Accounting Award

Program code: UPAO-197

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a third or fourth year student in business administration with an approved Accounting concentration who is in good academic standing. The award will be made on the basis of involvement in volunteer and leadership activities. Applicants must supply documentation to demonstrate their involvements.

G&F Financial Group Annual Awards

Program code: UPAO-207

Value: $1000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in good academic standing who are enrolled at any Simon Fraser University campus in either the Faculty of Business, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, or Faculty of Applied Sciences. Awards will be granted on the basis of demonstrated service to the Simon Fraser University community or the community at large. Preference will be given to active members or immediate family of an active member of G&F Financial Group.

Barry Macdonald Award in Business Administration

Program code: UEAO-525

Value: $2000

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Awarded annually to students who:

• Demonstrate outstanding academic achievement while enrolled in the Faculty of Business Administration;

• Are registered in a semester exchange, co-op work placement, field school or dual degree program, and;

• Demonstrate exceptional community service;

Where possible preference will be given to students enrolled in an exchange, co-op work placement, field school or dual degree program in Asia.

The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

William K. McCourt and TEC Canada Awards in Business

Program code: UEAO-543

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To students who have demonstrated a serious interest in the business issues at the undergraduate level. Financial need may be taken into consideration.By the end of September each year, the Undergraduate Program in the Faculty of Business Administration will identify the business issue for the essay. The essay can be a maximum of 10 pages, double spaced. The application and essay must be received by the Executive Director of the Undergraduate Program by January 31 of the subsequent term. Awards will be disbursed annually in the spring term. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee based upon nomination from the Dean, Faculty of Business Administration.

Simon Fraser University Co-operative Education Merit Award

Program code: UPAO-198

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award will be to a full-time undergraduate student who has demonstrated outstanding performance on a Co-Operative Education work placement focusing on business projects in any of the last three terms. The award will be given upon the successful completion and return from the work placement. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Work and Integrated Learning.

SFU Accounting Student Association Award

Program code: UPAO-181

Value: $300

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a third or fourth year student in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in accounting. The award is based on academic performance and extra-curricular involvement. The successful applicant should have a minimum CGPA of 3.0. Extra-curricular interests can include active memberships in clubs, volunteer experiences, sports activities and community involvement. Candidates should demonstrate their involvement in these activities by providing their resume and cover letter specific to these interests.

Ken Spencer SFU Business/Engineering Venture Plan Competition

Program code: UPAO-191

Value: $100

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The Ken Spencer SFU Business/Engineering Venture Plan is organized as part of undergraduate courses in offered in both the Faculty of Business Administration (BUS 477), and the Faculty of Applied Sciences (ENSC 201). To ensure that the venture plan includes technical and business aspects, teams must consists of at least one undergraduate student from each of the applied sciences (engineering) and business administration faculties. A Management of Technology MBA student with an engineering degree will be selected to assist the course instructors by providing mentorship to the competitors. This mentor will provide technical expertise and guide students as they hone venture plans and polish presentation skills. As part of the courses BUS 477 and ENSC 201, teams of students for both courses (with a minimum of one Business student and one Engineering student per team) will prepare a business plan to be graded jointly by the two course instructors. Typically, the business plan will comprise 35% of the course grade. At the end of the term in which the courses are offered, the two course instructors will identify the top six business plans to be entered into the jury-adjudicated Ken Spencer Venture Plan Competition. Written and oral presentations will be made to the jury who will rank their recommended first, second and third place teams. Once the Venture Plan Competition Jury has determined their recommendations, the Chair of the Venture Plan Competition Jury will present and discuss the selected winners with the Deans of Applied Sciences and Business Administration who will forward their nominations to the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee. Of the finalists, three teams will receive prizes – a first prize of $3000, a second prize of $1500 and a third prize of $500. Prize values may change in succeeding years. Winners will be announced at an annual function attended by faculty, students and competition sponsors.

Awards for Education Students

Jean G.K. Bailey Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO-004

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To a student who entered the Professional Development Program in September, and a student who entered in January. The awards will be a three year membership in the National Society for the study of Education. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Dean, Faculty of Education.

Dr. Maxwell A. Cameron Memorial Medals and Prize

Program code: UPAO-007

Value: $250

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted to students in the Faculty of Education, one to a student in the elementary or middle school stream, and another to a student in the secondary stream. The prizes will be given in the summer term to the outstanding student in each stream based on his/her academic accomplishments and overall performance during the completion of the Professional Development Program practica. The prizes commemorate the distinguished life and work of Dr. Maxwell A. Cameron (1907-1951), first director of the School of Education at the University of British Columbia and author of the Cameron Report on Education. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Dean, Faculty of Education.

Claude E. Lewis Award

Program code: UEAO-015

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Granted in the fall or spring term to each of two students who have demonstrated excellence in overall performance during completion of the Professional Development Program in the Faculty of Education. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Dean, Faculty of Education.

Professional Development Program Awards of Excellence

Program code: UUAO-003

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Awarded in recognition of excellence in overall performance during the Professional Programs practica and coursework as well as for demonstrated potential and future professional growth. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Dean, Faculty of Education.

University Women’s Club of Vancouver Laura Tripp Award

Program code: UEAO-054

Value: $1100

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Awarded to a student who has demonstrated excellence in overall performance during completion of the Professional Development Program. Preference will be given to a student who has completed the program at an external site outside of the Lower Mainland region.

Awards for Science Students

Archaeometry Prize

Program code: UEAO-003

Value: $350

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate or graduate student who has shown exceptional scholarship and an interest in the application of Physical Science to Archaeology. This prize will be awarded by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the faculty members involved in Archaeometry.

Biological Sciences Merit Award

Program code: UESO-205

Value: $2400

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a biology major who has the highest academic record at the conclusion of the sixth term of study or the equivalent thereof. A student may receive this award only once during their undergraduate career. Awarded upon nomination of the Department of Biological Sciences.

Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Award

Program code: UEAO-061

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: The award will be granted based on research work carried out as an undergraduate. Written work, such as an Independent Study Semester report, Undergraduate Research (BISC 498 or 499) report, a published paper, or submitted manuscript is especially valuable in the deliberations for this award, but any evidence of strong research ability will be considered. Generally, the research must have been carried out at Simon Fraser University during the previous two years. Work carried out as part of a larger research effort (e.g. while working in a Simon Fraser University faculty member’s group) is eligible. To apply, write a cover letter explaining the research and your role in it, and append a copy of the reports or other material. (These will be returned.) Solicit a letter of reference from the Simon Fraser University faculty member who supervised or was closest to the work. Consideration will be given to the applicant’s outstanding research potential, letters of reference and CGPA. A student may receive this award only once during their undergraduate career. Submit application to: Biological Sciences Scholarship Committee by January 30. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee upon the recommendation of the Biological Sciences Department Scholarship Committee.

Chemistry Book Award – Dr. E.J. Wells

Program code: UEAO-008

Value: $100

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Awarded to graduating students in Chemistry, Chemical Physics or Biochemistry for outstanding graduation grade point average. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Department of Chemistry.

Dean of Science Award

Program code: UEAO-009

Value: $275

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student in the Faculty of Science, who has completed a minimum of 90 term units in a major or honors degree program. The prize will be based upon the student’s cumulative GPA in the previous two terms of full-time study at Simon Fraser University (at least 12 term units in each term) and the nominee will be nominated by the Faculty of Science undergraduate curriculum committee.

Rudi Haering Award in Physics

Program code: UEAO-013

Value: $400

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: On the nomination of the Physics Department to an outstanding Physics or Chemical Physics undergraduate who has completed six terms of study. A book prize may be included as part of the award. Established by members of the Simon Fraser University Physics Department in honor and recognition of Dr. R.R. Haering, founding Department Head and Professor, 1964-72.

Management and Systems Science Prize

Program code: UEAO-040

Value: $450

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The Management and Systems Science Graduation Prize is an annual award valued at approximately 20% of the awardable income from the Management and Systems Science Endowment. The award will be given to an outstanding graduating student who has exhibited leadership through entrepreneurial skills, contribution to the program or contribution to the university in general. To be eligible, a student must be completing his/her degree in the preceding fall term, the summer term of the award or the summer term following the award. Students may be nominated for the award by faculty members in any of the constituent departments of the MSSC program, the executive of MSSC Student Society or Co-op coordinators placing MSSC students. The Management and Systems Science Prize provides an annual award valued at approximately 80% of the awardable income from the Management and Systems Science Endowment. Two prizes are available to students with an approved MSSC major or honors program and a minimum CGPA of 3.00. One prize will be given to a student in their third year of the program and one prize to a student in the fourth year or higher. Preference should be given to a student who has not previously received the award. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Management and Systems Science Program Steering Committee.

Department of Mathematics Awards

Program code: UEAO-017

Value: $50

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Awards will be given to full-time students in the Department of Mathematics on the nomination of the Chair, Department of Mathematics. The fund provides support to further mathematics undergraduate education at Simon Fraser University and seeks to encourage secondary school students to enter into the study of mathematics.

Physics Charter Faculty Prize

Program code: UEAO-055

Value: $500

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: The prize will be given annually to the top graduating student in any major or honors Physics program, on the recommendation of the Chair of Department of Physics. The endowment was established in recognition of Physics Charter Faculty: John f. Cochran, Konrad Colbow, Richard H. Enns, Robert F. Frindt, Rudi R. Haering, David J. Huntley, J.C. Irwin, Klaus E. Rieckhoff and K.S. Viswanathan.

Putnam Awards

Program code: UPAO-024

Value: $100

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Awarded by the Department of Mathematics to Simon Fraser University students listed as top participants in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition. The winners will be determined according to the official list provided by the organizers of this competition. The ranking and the financial value of the award are as follows.

Rank Award

P (Putnam fellow) $350

N $300

H $250

I $200

II $150

Top 500 $100

Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science Awards

Program code: UEAO-018

Value: $50

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Awards will be given to full-time students in the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science on the nomination of the Chair, Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science. The fund provides support to further statistical and actuarial undergraduate education at Simon Fraser University and seeks to encourage secondary school students to enter into the study of Statistics and Actuarial Science.

Wes Sydor Memorial Co-op Award

Program code: UEAO-063

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full-time Science & Environment undergraduate co-op student who has demonstrated outstanding performance on a Co-Operative Education work placement focusing on science projects in any of the last three terms. The award will be given upon the successful completion and return of the co-op student from the work placement. Applicants should submit a resume outlining their community involvement. Volunteer work through sports organizations will be considered. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Co-Operative Education.

Webber Chemistry Co-op Book Prize

Program code: UPAO-031

Value: $50

Awarded: summer

Terms of reference: Awarded to Chemistry students who have completed a co-op term in the year, have demonstrated excellence in their work placement and have the highest CGPA. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair, Department of Chemistry.

Awards for Student Athletes

Regulations for Athletic Awards

The following regulations apply to athletic and recreation awards:

Students must have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 in the previous term and must not be on academic probation, or, in the case of a first term or transfer student, must possess an equivalent high school or college standing.

Undergraduate students must be eligible to compete and be registered in a minimum of nine credit hours of normal graded courses in the term of eligibility. Challenge, audit, and credit-free courses are not considered. Students who register in fewer than nine units or subsequently drop below nine hours may have their awards cancelled.

Graduate students must be eligible to compete and be registered for residence credit in an approved full-time program. Students who do not register or subsequently change to on-leave status may have their awards cancelled.

Unless otherwise noted, candidates must be nominated by the director, recreation services and athletics.

Only one intervening term will be allowed between the term in which the registered student made their contribution and the term in which the award is adjudicated.

• Unless otherwise noted, students must be included in the official roster of a varsity team. Specific team membership may be required for individual awards.

Athletic awards are tenable only at the University for the term indicated on the notice and may not be deferred.

Funds will be credited to the successful student’s account with the University. Outstanding debts to the University will be deducted from the award funds before a cheque for the credit balance is issued.

Bob Ackles Football Award

Program code: UEAA-001

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as members of the SFU Football team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Yolande D. Anderson Women's Basketball Award

Program code: UEAA-060

Value: $800

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full-time student in good standing who is on the Simon Fraser women's basketball team and who demonstrates athletic ability in basketball.

G.F. Kym Anthony Wrestling Award

Program code: EUAA-087

Value: $700

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award is based on athletic merit in the wrestling program and will be awarded to a full- or part-time student in good standing who is a wrestler attending Simon Fraser University.

Tony Antunovic Memorial Award in Football

Program code: UPAA-021

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of the Varsity Men's Football team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc. Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-034

Value: $350

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Athletes who meet the academic requirements and demonstrate outstanding athletic ability.

C.G. "Chuck" Arnold Golf Award

Program code: UEAA-002

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Two students who demonstrate outstanding ability in golf and meet the academic requirements. Preference will be given to residents of the Lower Mainland of BC.

Athlete Assistance Awards

Program code: UUAO-105

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: A number of awards are available each term from funds raised by SFU athletic teams to assist student athletes in meeting educational costs. Candidates must be members of an SFU athletic team and have demonstrated dedication to their sport. Recipients must be enrolled in nine units and maintain a CGPA of 2. Awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on nominations from the Director of Recreational Services and Athletics.

Athletic Entrance Awards

Program code: UUAO-104

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Four awards valued at $1,000 are available to students on the basis of demonstrated leadership in an intercollegiate sport. Students must maintain a 2.00 CGPA and be enrolled in nine units during the tenure of award.

Athletic and Recreation Awards

Program code: UUAO-100

Value: $700

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: The purpose of the Athletic and Recreation Awards is to recognize significant contributions to the athletic activities of Simon Fraser University, or to recognize excellence in extraordinary amateur athletic activities. Up to 50 awards valued at $700 each are available to students who:

• have achieved a minimum grade point average of 2.00 in the previous term and must not be on academic probation, or, in the case of a first term or transfer student, possess an equivalent high school or college standing.

• are enrolled in nine or more units of normally graded courses. Students who enrol in less than nine units or subsequently drop below nine units may have their awards cancelled. Nomination will be made by the Director of Recreational Services and Athletics to the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Bank of Nova Scotia Football Award

Program code: UEAA-003

Value: $300

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student enrolled in a program of study in any faculty at Simon Fraser University demonstrating outstanding ability in football, as well as proven academic achievement. This $3,000 self-perpetuating athletic award has been established by the Bank of Nova Scotia.

BC Athlete Assistance Program

Program code: UXAA-001

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: The BC Athlete Assistance Program is an athlete-centered program of financial assistance administered by the Sport Branch of the Ministry of Small Business and Economic Development. The program seeks to recognize and support high performance BC athletes striving to represent the Province of BC and Canada in athletic competition. Awards will be allocated to athletes based on their demonstrated potential to high performance sport and academic excellence, their commitment to high performance sport based on minimum eligibility criteria.

BC Lions Football Award

Program code: UEAA-004

Value: $100

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance in playing on the varsity football team. Preference will be given to students with high academic standing.

BCTV Broadcasting System Ltd Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-015

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To students who meet the athletic requirements and have satisfactory academic standing.

BC Wrestling Association Alumni Award

Program code: UEAA-022

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students who exhibit exceptional ability in wrestling and meet the academic requirement.

British Columbia Wrestling Association Award for Women's Wrestling

Program code: UEAA-113

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as members of the SFU Women's Wrestling team. Academic performance may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Beedie Construction Company Ltd (Keith & Betty Beedie) Award in Women's Softball

Program code: UEAA-032

Value: $600

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student in any faculty who is a member of the SFU Women's Softball team and is in good academic standing.

David Beneteau Wrestling Awards

Program code: UEAA-093

Value: $450

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: One or more awards will be given to a full-time student(s) who is in good academic standing in any faculty and is a member of the Varsity Men's Wrestling team. High standards of leadership, athletic performance and academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient. The recipient should be a member in good standing with the "British Columbia Amateur Wrestling Association". Preference, when possible, will be given to at least one student who comes from the province of Ontario. Confirmation of this latter condition may be in writing by the student and/or SFU Head Wrestling Coach.

Best Facilities Services Ltd Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-017

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: An athlete who meets the academic requirements and exhibits outstanding ability.

John Buchanan Men's Soccer Award

Program code: UEAA-106

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in any faculty in good academic standing who is a member of the Men's Soccer team. A letter of recommendation from the Head Soccer Coach should accompany the application.

Buster's Towing, Angus Anthon MacLennan Award in Golf

Program code: UEAA-105

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given an undergraduate student in good academic standing who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a team member of the Varsity Golf Team. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee upon the recommendation of the Director, Recreational Services and Athletics.

Canadian National Railways Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-005

Value: $75

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student who is enrolled in a program of study in any faculty at Simon Fraser University and who exhibits outstanding ability in the sport of football, as well as proven academic achievement. The self-perpetuating athletic award has been established by Canadian National Railways.

Carrera Alumni Award in Wrestling

Program code: UEAA-019

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To a student active in wrestling at Simon Fraser who meets the athletic and academic requirements. Preference will be given to a Centennial Senior Secondary School graduate.

Jim Ciccone Men's Basketball Award

Program code: UEAA-084

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full or part-time student in good standing who is attending Simon Fraser University and is on the Basketball team. Preference, when possible, will be given to SFU students from Northern BC, or to students from BC. The award is based on athletic merit in the Men's Basketball Program.

Clansmen Athletic Alumni Society Award

Program code: UPAA-013

Value: $500

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: Provides for annual award(s) to entering or continuing students who are involved in the intercollegiate football program and demonstrate outstanding ability in the sport of football.

Coca-Cola Student Athlete Awards

Program code: UPAA-018

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students who are members of a varsity athletic team at Simon Fraser University. Awards may be granted in any term. The recipients must be in good academic standing.

Moira Colbourne Field Hockey Award

Program code: UEAA-018

Value: $800

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: The Awards will be given to students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as team members of the women's field hockey team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Credit Union Central of British Columbia Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-016

Value: $200

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Annual award of approximately $300 to a student who is enrolled in a program of study in any faculty at SFU and who exhibits outstanding ability as well as proven academic achievement.

W. Lorne Davies Senior Graduation Award

Program code: UEAA-079

Value: $1000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a senior SFU varsity athlete with at least 90 term units of which 48 term units are at Simon Fraser University. The recipient will have completed their senior year of athletic eligibility as identified by the NAIA. The award will be announced at the March Awards banquet and will be granted to an enrolled student in the summer, fall or spring term to offset the tuition costs of the graduation year. The award must be granted within one year of notification. The W. Lorne Davies Senior Graduation Award's purpose is to fulfill the philosophy of W. Lorne Davies that all varsity athletes should achieve graduation.

W. Lorne Davies Athletic Excellence Award

Program code: UEAA-080

Value: $2000

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: The outstanding male and the outstanding female varsity athlete of the year. Two awards may be given in either category if there are two equal candidates. Recipients must be full-time students. The awards will be granted at the Simon Fraser University Athletics Banquet.

Larry K Davis/Bravo International Services Corp. PNB Award in Golf

Program code: UEAA-020

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full-time student in good standing who is on the golf team at Simon Fraser University.

Bill De Vries Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-061

Value: $295

Awarded: fall spring summer

Awards will be given to students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of a varsity team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Les and Greg Edgelow Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA-058

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a first year student (preference given to a student from the BC interior) in good standing who is on the University wrestling team and who is enrolled full-time. The award is also based on athletic merit in wrestling.

Field Hockey Endowment Fund Awards

Program code: UEAA-012

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of the Field Hockey team.

Jim Forsythe Olympian Award

Program code: UEAA-069

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To a student athlete in any sport who has aspirations to compete in the Olympics. The award will be given to a student in good standing who has shown leadership qualities. The student must submit an application in writing and present their training procedures to the Jim Forsythe Olympian committee by August 30th. This award may be held in conjunction with other awards made by Simon Fraser University or other agencies where permitted by those agencies.

Kelly Franks Memorial Swimming Award

Program code: UEAA-090

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To student or students on the SFU Swimming Team who are in good academic standing. Preference, when possible, will be given to at least one student who was or is active in the British Columbia summer Swimming Association (BCSSA), either as a participating athlete, coach or volunteer. Confirmation of this latter condition may be in writing by the student and/or SFU head swim coach. The recipient may be granted the Kelly Franks Memorial Swimming Award more than once provided criteria noted above are met.

Barbara (Jones) Friesen Award for International Students in Swimming

Program code: UEAA-118

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted to students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as members of the SFU Swimming team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Recreation Services and Athletics.

Frode Strand-Nielsen Award for International Students in Men's Soccer

Program code: UEAA-116

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To international students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as members of the SFU Men's Soccer team. Academic accomplishments may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Rick Hansen Athletic Award

Program code: UUAO-103

Value: $1400

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To a physically challenged student athlete who meets the general award requirements.

Dr. T. Peter Harmon Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA-048

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a team member of the varsity wrestling team. Preference will be given to students with high academic standing.

Robert F. Harrison & Partners Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-051

Value: $150

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The interest from the endowment will be given each year to an athlete upon the recommendation of the Director of Athletics.

Wayne Holm Football Scholarship

Program code: UEAA-023

Value: $750

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students exhibiting exceptional ability in football and meeting the academic requirements.

Daniel Igali Award in Wrestling

Program code: UEAA-111

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of the SFU Wrestling Team. Academic performance may be considered in the selection of the recipient.

Indo-Canadian Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA-062

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full or part-time student in good standing. The award is based on athletic merit in wrestling.

Intramural Involvement Award

Program code: UEAA-086

Value: $50

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full or part-time student in good standing who is attending Simon Fraser University and who volunteers within the Intramural Program.

Mike Jones Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA-053

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a part-time or full-time student in good academic standing, based on athletic merit in the wrestling program.

Rick Jones Memorial Award

Program code: UEAA-007

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: One or more awards, are available to full-time students in good academic standing. These awards are based on outstanding athletic merit in football. Preference will be given to students from Vancouver Island.

Keg Restaurants Ltd Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-026

Value: $200

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: An athlete who meets the academic requirements and demonstrates outstanding ability.

Nick Kiniski Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA-059

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award is based on athletic merit in the Wrestling Program and will be awarded to a full- or part-time student in good standing who is a wrestler attending SFU.

Jon-Lee Kootnekoff Basketball Award

Program code: UEAA-029

Value: $900

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student in good academic standing from any faculty on the basis of demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of the varsity Men's Basketball team. The award will be disbursed over two terms in one academic year with the second disbursement contingent on the student maintaining satisfactory academic standing and athletic performance in the first funded term. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Labatt Breweries Award in Soccer

Program code: UPAA-003

Value: $600

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Granted to one or more students exhibiting outstanding athletic merit in soccer and maintaining a satisfactory academic standing.

Labatt Breweries of BC Limited Football Awards

Program code: UEAA-008

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student who is enrolled full-time in a program of study in any faculty. The awards are based on outstanding ability in football, as well as proven academic achievement.

SFU Lacrosse Endowment Award

Program code: UEAA-120

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as members of the SFU Lacrosse Club. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Recreation and Athletics.

The Leon J. Ladner Athletic Award

Program code: UPAA-012

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a student in any faculty who demonstrates exceptional accomplishment or promise in active competitive sport at Simon Fraser University.

Landmark Truss & Lumber Inc. Wrestling Award

Program code: UPAA-020

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full-time student who is in good academic standing in any faculty and is a member of the varsity Men's Wrestling team. High standards of leadership, athletic performance and academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Langford Women's Basketball Award

Program code: UEAA-112

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a current full-time student in any faculty on the SFU Women’s Basketball Team. Where possible, preference will be given to a student playing in the point guard position. The award will be disbursed by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Recreational Services and Athletics.

Darryl "Lumpy" Lawrence Lucas Annual Award in Rugby

Program code: UPAA-052

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: An annual award will be made to a SFU student who plays on the Simon Fraser University men's or women's rugby teams. The award will be granted to the player who best exemplifies sportsmanship and is in good academic standing. Sportsmanship will be defined as a player who assists in achieving goals, boosts team morale, strives for his or her personal best but may not receive the same credit as the top player on the team. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Recreational Services and Athletics.

McCormack Award for Women Athletes

Program code: UEAA-117

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted in any term to women students at SFU in any Faculty who participate in a varsity sport. The successful candidates will be in good academic standing. The award is granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Recreational Services, Athletics.

McDonalds Restaurants Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-027

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The interest from the endowment will be given each year to an athlete upon the recommendation of the Director of Athletics.

Ed McDougall Memorial/SFU Softball Alumni Award

Program code: UEAA-108

Value: $450

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of the Varsity Softball team. Accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Allison McNeill Award in Women's Basketball

Program code: UEAA-107

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Awarded to a SFU student in good academic standing who is a member of the SFU Varsity Women's Basketball Team.

Ronale Sanjay Naidu Foundation Award in Men's Varsity Soccer

Program code: UPAA-053

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of the Men's Varsity soccer team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Recreational Services and Athletics.

Paul Nemeth Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA-030

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a team member of the varsity wrestling team. Preference will be given to students with high academic standing.

David and Brenton Nichols Award in Athletics

Program code: UEAA-092

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student in good academic standing in the Faculty of Business Administration or School of Communications. The award will be granted to third and fourth year students participating in a competitive sport at the provincial level or higher, or if no such student is available, to a student who is a member of a SFU Varsity team. Academic performance may be considered in the selection of recipient.

Jane Norman Memorial Soccer Award

Program code: UEAA-110

Value: $750

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: The award(s) will be granted to students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as member of the SFU Women's Soccer Team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Recreation Services and Athletics.

Northern British Columbia Softball Award in Women's Softball

Program code: UEAA-085

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: To a SFU student who is a member of the SFU Women's Intercollegiate Softball Team. The recipient must also have been a member of one of the sponsoring associations for at least two years, and as well, be in good standing with Softball BC. The award may be renewed as long as the recipient is a member of the SFU Intercollegiate Softball Team. Preference will be given to applicants from Northern BC, but the award may be granted to other qualified applicants.

Lui Passaglia Football Award

Program code: UEAA-056

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full or part time student in good standing who is on the football team at Simon Fraser University. The award is based on athletic merit in football.

D.B. Perks & Associates Ltd. Award in Swimming and Diving

Program code: UEAA-041

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student in any faculty who is a member of the varsity SFU Swimming and Diving team, exhibiting exceptional ability in swimming and/or diving and is in good academic standing.

Murray Pezim Award in Football

Program code: UEAA-050

Value: $600

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: To students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of the Varsity Football team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Rae/Suart Alumni Athletic Award in Men's Basketball

Program code: UEAA-014

Value: $750

Awarded: fall

Terms of reference: The award(s) will be given to a student on the men's basketball team upon completion of their first year of academic studies at Simon Fraser University.

Rae/Suart Alumni Athletic Award in Women's Basketball

Program code: EAA-049

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award(s) will be given to a student on the women's basketball team upon completion of their first year of academic studies at Simon Fraser University.

Craig Roberts Award in Wrestling

Program code: UEAA-119

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student in good academic standing in any Faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of the Simon Fraser University Varsity Wrestling Team. Academic performance may be considered in the selection of the recipient. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on Scholarships, Awards, and Bursaries on the nomination of the Director, Recreational Services and Athletics.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #2

Program code: UEAA-054

Value: $50

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: An annual award is available for a student athlete who meets the academic requirements and exhibits athletic ability.

Royal City Travel Limited Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-009

Value: $200

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To athletically gifted students involved in the University's intercollegiate athletic program. The endowment is established by Royal City Travel in recognition of the outstanding achievement of Terry Fox.

Scotiabank Award in Soccer

Program code: UPAA-008

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award will be disbursed in two installments to an athlete on the soccer team at SFU.

Scotiabank Student-Athlete Awards

Program code: UPAA-015

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: A number of awards will be offered to both male and female student-athletes at SFU, up to one award per varsity team. The recipients must be full-time students in good academic standing who demonstrate outstanding ability in varsity athletics.

Scott Paper Alumni Endowment Award

Program code: UEAA-013

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Outstanding athletic merit by a student competing for SFU in any sport, and will be awarded to full-time students with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA.

Servipetrol Wrestling Award

Program code: UPAA-017

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student who is on the SFU Wrestling team. The recipient must be enrolled in the appropriate number of units for a student-athlete, as defined by the university and must have achieved a grade point average of 2.5 or greater in the previous term of study or out of high school.

SFU Rugby Professional Women's Award in Rugby

Program code: UPAA-022

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students in good academic standing in any Faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of SFU Women's Rugby team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Recreational Services and Athletics.

Dr. Gordon Shrum Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-037

Value: $800

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To an athlete who meets the academic requirements and demonstrates outstanding athletic ability.

Simon Fraser University Alumni Soccer Award

Program code: UEAA-063

Value: $900

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student involved in the University soccer program.

SFU Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-044

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to undergraduate student athletes on a varsity team who hold a satisfactory academic standing.

Simon Fraser University Swimming Alumni Award

Program code: UEAA-024

Value: $1200

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students who exhibit exceptional ability in swimming and meet the academic requirements.

Simon Fraser University "The Challenge" Golf Award

Program code: UPAA-010

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Recipient must be a full-time student in good standing and a member of Simon Fraser University's men's varsity golf team. He must be a graduate of Canadian junior golf and maintain throughout his four years of eligibility a level of play comparable with that of the top six team members. If a recipient forfeits Year 2-4 portion of the award, the remaining portion may be awarded to another member of the golf team on the nomination of the head golf coach. The award schedule will be as follows:

Year 1 - $5,000, Year 2 - $4,000, Year 3 - $3,000, Year 4 - $2,000

Simon Fraser University Women's Soccer Endowment Award

Program code: UEAA-064

Value: $100

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Based on outstanding athletic merit, to a student playing women's soccer at the University. The award will be granted to a full-time student in satisfactory academic standing.

David Thomas Smith Annual Memorial Award in Men's Soccer

Program code: UPAA-023

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students in good academic standing in any Faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of the Varsity Men’s Soccer team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Recreational Services and Athletics.

Softball Associations Presidents' Award in Women's Softball

Program code: UEAA-081

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To full- or part-time student in good standing who is attending Simon Fraser University and who is a member of the SFU Women's Intercollegiate Softball Team. The recipient must also have been a member of one of the sponsoring associations for at least two years and be in good standing with Softball B.C. and their sponsoring association. The Award may be renewed annually if the athlete remains a member of the SFU women's intercollegiate softball team.

Sandra Spence Memorial Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA-033

Value: $1500

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To students who are members of the Simon Fraser wrestling team and who meet the academic requirements.

Victor V. Spencer Award in Football

Program code: UEAA-046

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to students in good academic standing in any Faculty who have demonstrated high standard of leadership and performance as a member of the Varsity Football team. Academic accomplished may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Bob Spray Rugby Awards

Program code: UEAA-025

Value: $500

Awarded: spring

Terms of reference: Rugby players enrolled at Simon Fraser University. This award is offered in recognition of significant contributions to the Simon Fraser University rugby team, or in recognition of excellence in extraordinary amateur rugby activities. Students must have achieved a minimum grade point average of 2.00 in the previous term during tenure of the award. Applications should be submitted to the Simon Fraser University rugby coach in the previous fall term.

Stan Stewardson Award in Men's Basketball

Program code: UEAA-109

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award(s) will be granted to students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as members of the Men's Basketball team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Recreational Services and Athletics.

Student Athlete Support Award

Program code: UEAA-065

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer Terms of reference: Awards for student athletes. Must have minimum CGPA of 2.00, must be full-time students, and must be eligible to compete in their sport.

Annis Stukus Award in Football

Program code: UEAA-040

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring

Terms of reference: To a student in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of the varsity football team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Lynn K. Sully Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-010

Value: $200

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To athletes who demonstrate outstanding athletic ability and meet the academic requirements. This endowment is to provide two awards, one for football and one for basketball.

Florence and Lynn Sully Basketball Award in Men's Basketball

Program code: UEAA-021

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a team member of the varsity men's basketball team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Lynn and Florence Sully Award in Women's Basketball

Program code: UEAA-043

Value: $900

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a team member of the varsity women's basketball team. Preference will be given to students with high academic standing.

Team Skyline Ltd Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-031

Value: $400

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: An award is available to an athlete who exhibits outstanding athletic ability as well as maintains satisfactory academic performance.

Brit Townsend Women's Track and Field Award

Program code: UEAA-083

Value: $600

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full-time student in good academic standing who is on the women's track and field team at Simon Fraser University. Based also on athletic merit in track and field (preferably distance running).

Barbara J. Towriss Award in Women's Basketball

Program code: UEAA-039

Value: $1200

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a team member of the varsity women's basketball team. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Jay Triano Basketball Award

Program code: UEAA-057

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a full or part time student in good standing. The award is based on athletic merit in basketball to a student who is on the Simon Fraser University basketball team.

Valley Royals Award in Track and Field

Program code: UPAA-014

Value: $2000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To an SFU student who exhibits outstanding athletic merit on the SFU Track and Field team and who maintains a satisfactory academic standing. $2,000 in total will be awarded annually in two installments. Preference will be given to students who are members of the Valley Royals Track and Field Club. If a suitable candidate from the Valley Royals Club is not found in a given year, the Award may be granted to a student on the SFU Track and Field team who is from the Fraser Valley region (Zone 3) that includes Maple Ridge, Langley, Abbotsford, Mission, Aggasiz, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Hope. If neither a Valley Royals Club member nor a student from Zone 3 is available, the award may be granted to a track and field team member from British Columbia or from Canada. The recipient may be granted the Valley Royals Award more than one time provided all criteria noted above are met.

Vancouver Golf Club/MCL Motors Golf Tournament Award in Golf

Program code: UEAA-066

Value: $50

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a full-time student in good standing who is on the golf team at Simon Fraser University.

Vancouver Ski Club Award

Program code: UEAA-011

Value: $500

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student who has a combination of real talent in skiing and satisfactory academic background. Student should seek a nomination through the Director of Athletics.

Joe Vieira Award for Swimming

Program code: UEAA-115

Value: $800

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as members of the SFU Men's or Women's Swimming and Diving teams. Academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

Water Polo Award

Program code: UEAA-082

Value: $250

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to students in good academic standing in any faculty who have demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a member of the Simon Fraser Women's Water Polo Club and/or the Simon Fraser Men's Water Polo Club.

West Coast Reduction Ltd Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA-038

Value: $600

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a student athlete who exhibits exceptional ability in any intercollegiate sport and maintains a good academic standing.

White Rock Renegades Women's Softball Awards

Program code: UEAA-045

Value: $1000

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a member of the Simon Fraser University women's intercollegiate softball team and must be a student at Simon Fraser University. The recipient must have been a member of the Renegade softball organization (South Surrey White Rock) for at least two complete seasons.

Women's Athletic Awards (She Can Play!)

Program code: UEAA-091

Value: $100

Awarded: fall spring summer

Terms of reference: To a female student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance in a varsity sport offered through the University.

Work-Study Program

The Simon Fraser University Work-Study program provides part time on-campus jobs for full time students. To participate in this program, students must have a minimum CGPA of 2.000, and be a registered full time student (minimum of 9.0 units for undergraduate students, or be registered as a full time graduate student). Funding is limited and selection is based on the student’s level of need. Students must apply using the Simon Fraser University bursary application form via the student information system (http://sis.sfu.ca). It is the student’s responsibility to meet applicable deadlines and supply all required documentation. Incomplete applications may be rejected.

University Administered Loans

Student Emergency Loan Fund

Regulations

The following regulations govern all loans for continuing students over which the University has jurisdiction.

• Short term emergency funds are available to students who urgently need money while awaiting receipt of other sources of funding.

• Emergency loans are not available for outstanding fees owed to the University.

• Emergency loans are interest free for a period of 60 days.

• Students must have a demonstrated financial need and a secured source of repayment.

• Undergraduate students must be registered in a minimum of nine units of normal graded courses in the term of application. Challenge, audit, and credit free courses will not be considered.

• Graduate students must be registered for residence credit in an approved full-time program.

• Students must meet with a Financial Aid and Awards Advisor. It is the student’s responsibility to supply all requested documentation. Incomplete applications may be rejected.

• Simon Fraser University Emergency Loans are tenable only at Simon Fraser University and only for the term indicated on the notice.