Student Awards

OFFICE OF THE UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR

Student Awards

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Regional/High School Specific Awards


Prudence Austin Scholarship

Established by the Haldimand-Norfolk Branch of the Queen's University Alumni Association to honour Prudence Mary Austin, B.A. 1921, who retired in 1952 after 40 years in the teaching profession. Miss Austin was named Honorary President of the Haldimand-Norfolk Branch of the Alumni Association. Awarded to a student entering the first year of any direct entry undergraduate program at Queen's University from a secondary school in the Haldimand-Norfolk area, who has the highest average marks in Grade 12U, or equivalent, English and History. If no applicant offers Grade 12U, or equivalent, History, then a selection will be made on the basis of the highest mark in Grade 12U, or equivalent, English.

Nathan & Barbara Brown International Scholarship

Established in November 2017 by Nathanael Brown, B.A. 1995 and Barbara Brown, B.A. 1995. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to international students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.

Hugh W. Bryan Memorial Scholarship

Awarded by the school authorities of Renfrew Collegiate Institute.

Senator Frank Carrel Merit Scholarship

Up to eight scholarships are awarded on the basis of general proficiency to candidates who for at least one year at the time of their application have been and remain domiciled in the Province of Quebec. Students in their second year of CEGEP are also eligible for a Senator Frank Carrel Merit Scholarship. The scholarship is renewable for up to three years provided a minimum GPA of 3.5 is maintained.

John Angus Carther Scholarship

The terms for this award are cross listed with automatic Arts and Science Admission awards.

Stanley T. Chown Memorial Scholarship

Awarded by the school authorities of Renfrew Collegiate Institute.

James and Margaret Daley Scholarships

Two scholarships will be awarded to students entering the first year of any direct-entry undergraduate program at Queen's University. Awarded to two graduating students of the Regiopolis-Notre Dame High School. Each scholarship is renewable for up to three years provided the recipient maintains a minimum GPA of 2.7 (B-) each year.

Michael Dineley Memorial Entrance Scholarship

Awarded on the basis of general proficiency to a graduate of an Ontario High School with preference given to a graduate of Denis O'Connor High School in Ajax, Ontario.

Katherine Doyle Scholarships

Two scholarships awarded to students attending Queen's from Regiopolis-Notre Dame High School.

Edmonton Capital Region Entrance Scholarship

Established in February 2007 by Queen's alumni and friends in the Edmonton area. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to students from Alberta who are entering the first year of any direct entry undergraduate program at Queen's University, with preference given to students who graduated from a high school in the Greater Edmonton Member Municipalities.

Dr. George E. Flanagan Entrance Scholarship

Awarded on the basis of academic proficiency to a student entering Queen's from a Stormont County or City of Cornwall High School.

John and Margaret Gilchrist Scholarship

Awarded annually for general proficiency to a candidate for admission to an undergraduate program from the Blenheim District High School. If in any year there is no entrance candidate, the scholarship may be given to an upper year graduate of the Blenheim District High School.

Grant Memorial Scholarship

Established by Douglas A. Grant, B.A.'33 and Marjorie Grant Barber, B.A.'36 in memory of their parents, Fred and Flora Grant. Awarded to a graduate of Sydenham High School registered in the first year of any program at Queen's University.

D.A. and Margaret Grant Scholarship

Established by Douglas A. Grant, B.A.'33, in memory of his wife Margaret (Kerfoot) Grant, B.A.'30. Awarded to a graduate of Brockville Collegiate Institute registered in the first year of any program at Queen's University.

Maria A. Higginson Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a student from one of the secondary schools in Renfrew, Hawkesbury or Vankleek Hill.

Eric Horsey May Scholarship

Awarded for general proficiency to a student from an Ottawa secondary school.

Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Lawlor Memorial Scholarship

Awarded for general proficiency to a student from Stirling, Ontario.

George Hopper MacGillvray Scholarship

Awarded for general proficiency to a graduate from a school in the United Counties.

P.C. MacGregor Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a student attending Almonte High School.

Lena MacNeil Scholarship

Established by Lena MacNeil, B.A.'32. Awarded on the basis of academic proficiency to students entering Queen's from Nepean High School.

Alex E. MacRae Scholarship

Awarded to a student from Glebe Collegiate Institute.

Duncan Byron MacTavish Scholarship

Awarded for general proficiency to a student from an Ottawa secondary school.

Peter McKinley Thompson Bursary

Established from the estate of Mary Kathleen Thompson Van Luven and awarded to a graduate of Perth Collegiate Institute, Perth, Ontario who is proficient in science and who will be entering the first year in any undergraduate program at Queen's University.

McLeod and McLean Scholarships

Two scholarships awarded by the school authorities at Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute.

Geneva Misener Entrance Scholarship

Awarded to a female student entering the first year of any direct entry undergraduate program at Queen's University who makes the highest standing in Grade 12U, or equivalent, English, Latin, or Greek, plus one other language. Preference will be given to candidates from rural areas.

Joe Norrie Memorial Scholarship

Established by the North Bay Branch of the Queen's Alumni Association in memory of Joe Norrie, B.Sc. 1926, and awarded to a student from the North Bay area who is entering the first year of any undergraduate program at Queen's University with high academic standing. The recipient cannot hold another entrance scholarship from Queen's University.

Megan Moores Nutbeem Scholarship

Established in September 2013 by the Estate of Megan Moores Nutbeem and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students from Newfoundland and Labrador entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program.

Ottawa Ladies' College Excellence Scholarships

Ottawa Ladies' College was incorporated by Statute of the Province of Ontario in 1869 at the request of the citizens of Ottawa 'for the purpose of establishing and conducting a seminary of learning of a collegiate character for the education of female youth. Its first president was E.B. Eddy, and secretary, the Reverend William Moore. Its building was expropriated for war purposes in 1942 and it then ceased to function for the specific purpose for which it was incorporated. In order that it might use its assets for wider educational purposes its Act of Incorporation was amended in 1948 and it has now transferred its funds in trust to Carleton University, Ottawa, and Queen's University at Kingston. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program from a secondary school in Ottawa.

Robert B. Peterson Entrance Scholarship

Established in October 2003 by colleagues and friends in recognition of Robert B. Peterson, B.Sc. 1959, M.Sc. 1961, former Chair, CEO., and President of Imperial Oil, and his extraordinary leadership during the Campaign for Queen's (1996-2003). Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program. Preference will be given to students from the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta or British Columbia. The award is renewable for one subsequent year provided a minimum GPA of 3.5 is maintained in a full course load.

Queen's University International Entrance Scholarship

Established by Queen's University and awarded on the basis of superior academic ability to International students (including American students) entering the first year of any undergraduate program. No Separate scholarship application required. Four scholarships are available

Remo and Ida Ramella Memorial Award

Established in October 2011 through a bequest from the Estate of Amilcare Ramella. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program, who are from the regional municipality of Niagara, in the Province of Ontario, with preference given to students from the city of Welland.

Alexander and Alexina Reid McLeod Scholarship

Established by Donald I. McLeod in memory of his father and mother and awarded annually to a candidate of scholarship calibre proceeding to Queen's University from Owen Sound Collegiate and Vocational Institute.

Robert G. Richardson Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a student attending Queen's from Port Hope Trinity College School.

William Rutherford Dunlop Scholarship

Awarded for general proficiency to a student from an Ottawa secondary school.

John B. Sampson Scholarship

Awarded to a graduating student of the Regiopolis-Notre Dame High School entering the first year of any program at Queen's University who has a minimum grade average of 80% or equivalent. Selection will be based on academic standing and a strong background in athletics.

Mehran Bibi Sheikh Memorial Entrance Scholarships

Established in May 2007 in memory of Akbar M. Sheikh by his family and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a male and a female student entering first year of any direct-entry undergraduate program at Queen's University. Preference will be given to international students who have Pakistani citizenship. If there is not an eligible male and female student, then the award will be awarded to two students of the same gender with Pakistani citizenship. If there are no eligible Pakistani students then the scholarships will be awarded to eligible male and female international students.

Simcoe County Scholarship

Awarded for general proficiency to a student from Simcoe County.

Storwal International Inc. Scholarship

Awarded to a graduate of a Pembroke secondary school, resident in Pembroke, who presents the best secondary school record.

Sydenham Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a student attending Queen's from Sydenham High School.

Sydenham Old Boys' Scholarship

Awarded to a student attending Queen's from Sydenham High School.

Watkins Scholarship

Awarded to a student attending Queen's from Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute.

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