AMS Sesquicentennial Bursaries
Established in 1990 by the Alma Mater Society of Queen's University. Awarded to students in any faculty or school with preference given to single parents with day care expenses. Application should be made to the Associate Registrar (Student Awards) by 1 December.
The Award for Gradua
te Students with Disabilities
Established by the Graduate Student Society from donations over a five year period (1989/90 to 1993/94) and awarded on the recommendation of the Special Needs Coordinator.
The Adelaide Haggart Bursaries
Established from a bequest by Adelaide E. (Haggart) Robinson and awarded to a student in any faculty or school on the basis of financial need.
Application should be made to the Associate Registrar (Student Awards) by 1 December.
The Disabled Students' Bursaries
Established by the Alma Mater Society and Arts and Science '82 to assist disabled students attending Queen's University. Awarded on the basis of need.
Application should be made to the Associate Registrar (Student Awards) prior to 1 December.
The Huntley Macdonald Sinclair Tuition Fellowships
Established by Mr. Huntley M. Sinclair, B. Comm. 1924, to assist students from countries other than Canada to undertake a graduate degree program. Two or more fellowship are awarded annually on the basis of need by the Fellowship Committee of the School of Graduate Studies. The value of the fellowships will normally be equal to the difference between International student and Canadian student fees.
The Inuit Bursary
Awarded to an Inuit student in financial need. Applications to be made to the Associate Registrar (Student Awards) by 1 December.
The Norman L. Bowen Bursary
This bursary was established by Mrs. Mary Lamont Bowen and her daughter, Mrs. Catherine B. Orne, in memory of Dr. Norman L. Bowen, world renowned petrologist, a graduate and one-time professor in mineralogy at Queen's University. Awarded annually in the Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering to a student of mineralogy and petrology, preferably one who has completed one year of graduate study at Queen's University.
The Rehab Therapy Society Sesquicentennial Bursary
Established by the Rehab Therapy Society in 1990, in celebration of Queen's Sesquicentennial. The bursary is awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate and/or graduate students in any faculty who are challenged with a physical disability. Application to be made to the Associate Registrar (Student Awards) by 1 December.
The Richard J. Hand Graduate Bursary
Established by friends, family, alumni, and colleagues in memory of Richard J. Hand, dedicated professor and Dean of the School of Business, Vice-Principal (Resources) at Queen's, and cherished colleague and friend. Awarded on the basis of financial need to one or more students in the doctoral program in management. Funds are intended to support the doctoral work/research of students, and to provide some benefit to their education. Application to be made by letter to Chair of Doctoral Program in the School of Business with details of financial need and the activities the bursary would support. Application can be made at any time.
The Sutton Bursaries
Established by Gerald D. Sutton (B. Comm. '48, M. Comm. '49) and Margaret (Scally) Sutton (B.A. '48) to be awarded to students in need of financial assistance.
Applications should be submitted to the Associate Registrar (Student Awards) prior to 1 December.
The Walter F. Light Bursaries for Graduate Students in Education
Established by gifts from the late Walter F. Light, Sc. 1949, LL.D. 1981, former Chair of the Queen's University Board of Trustees, and CEO and Chair of Northern Telecom, Margaret Light, Arts 1947, and gifts in memory of Walter F. Light. Awarded on the basis of financial need to full-time students in graduate programs offered by the Faculty of Education. Selection will be made by the Dean of Education on the advice of the Advisory Committee on the Walter F. Light endowments for Education, or by the Students Awards Office on the advice of the Dean of Education and the Advisory Committee. Application must be made to the Dean of Education. The number and value of the bursaries awarded each year may vary.