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Amazing student experiences, state-of-the-art facilities, and opportunities to make your place in the world.UPEI continues to excel in student enrolment, research, and faculty awards.Browse Scholarships and AwardsDeadline:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student entering third year of the Sustainable Design Engineering degree program. The student will have completed their first two years in engineering at UPEI and will have taken at least one philosophy course. Preference given to a student in financial need.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time second-year Nursing student who displays excellence in bedside nursing while maintaining a satisfactory academic record. The recipient is determined on the basis of performance in one clinical course in the first year and the two clinical courses in second year.Max Amount:Faculty:Faculty:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Faculty:Awarded to three graduating students in Veterinary Medicine at AVC demonstrating sincere interest in internal medicine and outstanding didactic and clinical expertise in internal medicine, two awards for students interested in Small Animal Internal Medicine and one award for a student interested in Large Animal Internal Medicine.Faculty:Faculty:Faculty:Faculty:Deadline:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full time graduate student at the Atlantic Veterinary College. Selection will be based on the candidate's application for admission to graduate school, including letters of reference. Primary criterion will be academic record, and secondary will be potential for success in their graduate program. Scholarship is non-renewable amd applicants receiving stipend support totaling more than $20,000 annually are not eligible.Status:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student entering full-time studies (5 courses/15 semester-hours per semester) in the Nursing program at UPEI. The scholarship will be awarded to a student who has been a resident of PEI for a minimum of five years; mature students are eligible to apply for this scholarship. *2 Awards Available for 2019/2020 academic year*Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Award will be granted to a returning UPEI student in their first undergraduate degree in any faculty who has an interest in L.M. Montgomery, a demonstrated aptitude for social media initiatives, and above average writing skills with an understanding of the importance of clear and effective communication. The successful award candidate will receive funding for a learning opportunity project with the LMMI.Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to a returning Academic All-Canadian student athlete in their first undergraduate studies program who displays a positive attitude and the qualities of leadership and mentorship that Barb exhibited throughout her university career in education. The recipient will informally mentor a first year athlete. Preference will be given to a female varsity athlete.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to two (2) students studying in the Master of Arts in Island Studies (MAIS) program who have completed at least four of the core MAIS courses, are not full-time employees at UPEI, or will not be receiving other scholarships in excess of $2,000 at the time of application. Gold Award funding minimum $1,250 and Silver Award funding minimum $750.Deadline:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:awarded to a returning full time student who has a demonstrated interest and involvement in the Panther Women's Hockey team and has shown leadership, team spirit and community involvement. Preference given to a student who attended secondary school in Prince Edward Island.Max Amount:Granted to a graduate student registered in the first two years of a Masters or first three years of a PhD at UPEI and their focus is biochemistry or environmental sciences. The recipient must demonstrate 1) superior academic performance through the final years of their undergraduate degree and during their current graduate studies and 2) superior research potential through a letter from the student describing their research interests. Status:Awarded to returning nursing students who intend to pursue an international experience as part of their UPEI education. Preference given to students who display attributes of future professionalism such as integrity, stability, empathy and commitment and have orchestrated their own learning opportunities abroad.Max Amount:Awarded to a full time student entering second year, who achieved the highest average while carrying at least a normal load of five courses per semester in the first year program. This scholarship is stackable with other UPEI awards and recognizes academic performance.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to two (2) masters and/or doctoral students who have resided in PEI for 5 of the last 15 years and are pursuing a graduate degree in the area of Arts, Education, Science, Vet Science or Nursing. One award of a minimum $5,000 in the area of Arts or Education and one award of a minimum $5,000 in the area of Sciences or Nursing are available each year.Max Amount:Awarded to a student in any faculty who will engage in an experience living and working with indigenous peoples whether in Canada or internationally. The experience must be for academic credit at UPEI. Examples might include a research-based thesis or dissertation at the masters or doctoral level, or an internship or practicum at the baccalaureate level.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a fourth year Nursing student in financial need, who reflects the qualities of the Charlottetown Hospital School of Nursing motto: treat every patient, regardless of status, as special and sacred, and fulfill their role with integrity while recognizing the dignity of each patient through all stages of life. Preference for student indicating relationship to CHSON nursing alumnae or staff.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded a graduating student who maintains an average of at least 75% in the final two years in the accounting program, is actively involved in the University community at political or committee level, is considered a team player and assist others in achieveing their goals.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:This award will be presented to an AVC large or small animal intern or resident who has offered superb mentorship to members of the graduating class, demonstrated excellent clinical skills, and showed extraordinary dedication to and passion for their work. This award is presented to the intern or resident who the graduating class feels they would most like to emulate in their future careers. A previous recipient of the award is an eligible candidate in subsequent years.Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time student(s) enrolled in the Music program. The recipient(s) of the award shall have exceptional musical ability and/or potential. The successful candidate will receive the award annually for the four years of study. Renewal of the award is contingent upon maintenance of the passing average. A new recipient of the award shall be determined at least once every four years.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:This award will be granted to a student entering the Atlantic Veterinary College at UPEI who is normally a resident in Nova Scotia and who graduated from the Faculty of Agriculture at Dalhousie University in Truro, NS. In the case of two equally qualifying candidates, preference will be given to the student with the greatest financial need.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to a student who is a graduate of a PEI high school, a graduate of UPEI with high academic standing, and has been accepted into a graduate program in the sciences at a Canadian university. Preference will be given to students who have been accepted into a graduate program at the University of Prince Edward Island.Status:Granted to a student who is entering the B.Ed program at UPEI. Selection of the successful candidate will be based on academic standing from the student's first degree, demonstrated leadership abilities, a passion for learning, and a commitment to community service as outlined in the candidate's application. Preference will be given to a student who graduated from a PEI high school.Faculty:Faculty:Awarded to a male and female student who have achieved good educational standing and are not already on scholarship. The intent of this award is to ensure that hardworking, talented students may attain their educational goals by continuing on to complete a degree in civil or mechanical engineering.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student in the UPEI Faculty of Nursing who has the highest academic achievement in his or her first year of study and who is not already on scholarship. The successful student must be returning to the second year of the program at UPEI.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student in Veterinary Medicine entering third or fourth year who is pursuing bovine/large animal studies and hopes to practice Veterinary Medicine in Prince Edward Island. (Not necessarily given out each year at the discretion of Dairy Farmers of PEI.)Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a first year student in the M.Sc. program at UPEI who will conduct a research program focused on ecology and status of natural habitats and/or native wildlife contributing to maintenance of viable populations of native wild flora and fauna, establishment of protected areas, or programs to prevent alien and living modified organisms adversesly affecting native biodiversity.Max Amount:This award is a renewable bursary given to a deserving student in veterinary medicine. In most cases, a student in the first year class is chosen who will receive the award in the fall of his or her second year. They would then usually receive the award in the fall of their third and fourth years, then another recipient is chosen.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student entering the Bachelor of Business in Tourism & Hospitality at UPEI who performed well academically in the two years of the program at Holland College and shows combined qualities of leadership, contribution to the community, and demonstrates a desire to enhance the tourism and hospitality industry.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded in the fall semester of the Bachelor of Education program to a student who shows a high degree of competence in teaching and relating to students, has achieved high academically, demonstrates a dedication to international/cross-cultural issues, and is not already receiving another major donor-funded scholarship. The award will alternate between each year in the international specialization and those followingthe standard B.Ed or B.Ed french program.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to students to celebrate their personal development and achievement outside the classroom, by recognizing positive contributions to campus life and the external community. The Diamond Awards recognize up to five (5) students each for Sustainability Leadership; Health & Wellness Leadership; Educational Leadership; and Campus Spirit.Max Amount:Granted to a full time student who has/intends to participate in Men's varsity soccer program at UPEI, displaying academic achievement, work ethic, positive attitude, and passion for the game. Preference given to a PEI high school graduate, with primary preference for a Charlottetown Rural graduate.Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to a Business Administration student who has already completed two work terms in the Co-operative Education Program and intends to return to the UPEI Business Administration Program in the next academic year; successful recipient will have demonstrated commitment to the Program and excellence in the areas of work, academia and community service, and demonstrated financial need. Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a returning student in the UPEI Music program who has identified an interest in jazz and shows leadership in studies and performance. Should a worthy student with an interest in jazz not be found, a deserving student in another area of the Music program is chosen.Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to an PEI resident who has attended an PEI high school and is entering the first year of full-time studies at UPEI. The award shall be given on the basis of academic merit to a student who is not on a full tuition scholarship, and who has demonstrated financial need.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a returning student who is a single parent in good academic standing with preference given to a student who has demonstrated volunteerism on campus and/or in the broader community, who intends to pursue an international experience as part of their UPEI education and/or desires to become a global citizen.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:This award will be granted to a graduating DVM student who best exemplifies the qualities and spirit of Dr. Greg Fleming as a veterinarian and individual throughout his lifetime. If additional informaton on Dr. Fleming is required, please see the following video on You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yRrpgCxpqIMax Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business or Faculty of Science who has expressed inquisitiveness and desire to learn, shows leadership, is a team player, contributes to UPEI or the general community in a meaningful manner and is in financial need.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to students who have been accepted into the Major program in Psychology. Recipients are full- or part-time students who have the best overall academic record prior to being accepted as a Psychology Major and who are not already receiving a major scholarship.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a graduating Chemistry Major/Honours student with high academic standing who has excelled in the senior Major/Honours research project and who has been accepted to study in either a Master's program; a program at AVC; or in medicine, dentistry, or pharmacy. Special consideration is given to students who are known to be the "first in family" to graduate from university. The recipient is selected based on recommendation from the Dean of Science.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time student entering the first year of the Master of Nursing Program at UPEI who has at least one year successful practice in clinical nursing and is not in receipt of scholarships valued at $10,000 or greater. Preference to applicants in the Nurse Practitioner stream.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time student in his or her fourth year at UPEI who is carrying at least a normal course load of five courses per semester and is scheduled to graduate the following May. Based on academic performance and need.Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Awarded annually to one or more graduate students to cover travel costs associated with attending a scientific meeting to present research results. Selection is based on financial need and quality of presentation of research results delivered during the annual AVC Graduate Studies and Research Days.Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to an exceptional student of sociology or anthropology graduating from UPEI who, in his or her time at the institution, displayed academic excellence as well as contributed to the university community through volunteer, extra-curricular or other activities. If there are two or more equally qualifying candidates, preference will be given to a student who will be (1) pursuing continued studies in the field of sociology or anthropology or (2) pursuing continued studies in another field.Faculty:Granted to two undergraduate nursing students in good academic standing; enrolled full-time in their last year of the nursing program, who demonstrate financial need in the pursuit of their nursing education, and have been selected by the Faculty of Nursing to participate in an international placement. Preference will be given to students in greatest financial need. Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:The Dr. Toby Emo Memorial Award will be granted to a student who was in good academic standing in their third year, has demonstrated an interest in mixed animal practice (including equine health), and has been involved in extra-curricular activities within and/or outside of the Atlantic Veterinary College.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student entering the the four year Nursing Program. Preference given to an individual who has returned to school as a mature student after spending time in the work force and/or as a care giver; based on financial need.Max Amount:Awarded to an incoming high school student from Kinkora Regional High School who has the highest academic average based on courses used for admission to UPEI; in the case of two equally qualifying candidates, preference will be given to a student entering the Faculty of Science if possible.Max Amount:Awarded to a student graduating from Colonel Gray who is entering the Bachelor of Science Program, with preference given to a Math or Chemistry major who is involved in the community, with an admission average between 75 and 85% and not already receiving a scholarship of $1,000 or more.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to two students who are entering their first year in the UPEI School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences and are in financial need. Preference will be given to students who attended a PEI high school. Renewable for one year at $1,000 if full time enrollment maintained in UPEI SMCS.Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to a returning full time undergraduate student who is enrolled in the Applied Human Sciences program at UPEI and has shown extraordinary interest in the nutritional needs and care of seniors. The successful recipient will be recommended by the Chair of the Department of Applied Human Sciences in consultation with faculty.Faculty:Faculty:Faculty:One B.Ed. Scholarship (minimum $1,000) will be granted to a student in a Faculty of Education program. Preference will be given to an Indigenous Student with experience in teaching/working with Indigenous students (either paid or volunteer). If there are no qualifying students, the award will be granted to a student completing the Indigenous Focus (specialization).Faculty:Faculty:One award (minimum $1,000) will be granted to a M.Ed or PhD student completing a thesis with an Indigenous theme. If there a no qualifying candidates, the award will be granted to a B.Ed student with an interest in the area.Faculty:Faculty:Faculty:Faculty:Faculty:Two (2) awards will be granted to students graduating from the two year Accelerated BScN program or the four year BScN program who have completed NURS 4010 (Nursing and Population Health) and have demonstrated competence and collaboration in working with a population-based approach.Faculty:Two (2) scholarships will be granted to students graduating from the two year Accelerated BScN program or the four year BScN program who have completed NURS 3230 (Partnerships with Clients and Families Living with Chronic Illness) and demonstrated particular clinical competence in acute mental health and medical surgery nursing. Faculty:One (1) scholarship will be granted to a student in their second year of study in the two year Accelerated BScN program or their fourth year of study in the four year BScN program who is in good academic standing and has demonstrated community leadership and volunteerism while maintaining satisfactory clinical practice. Faculty:Awarded to a Nursing student who, in the second year of the Nursing program, has demonstrated clinical excellence in the care of children and families while maintaining an average of at least 75% in the two Nursing courses of that year (N213 and N223).Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a third year student in veterinary medicine demonstrating interest and/or commitment to aquaculture and willingness to engage in an external elective outside of Atlantic Canada in the area of aquatic animal health. If in a particular year there is no interest in or no qualified student in the area of aquaculture, the award may be used to support an external elective of a deserving student in another area of animal health.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a first-year piano, string, or flute Major upon entrance into the Bachelor of Music program. The recipient will demonstrate a high standard of performance and the potential for substantial growth in the Bachelor of Music program. Renewal of the Award will be contingent upon maintenance of 75% in the first year and 80% in the second and third years based on a full course load.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time student or students enrolled in the UPEI faculty of Arts' Music Program. Preference given to a student from Charlottetown Area. In the event there are no eligible students in the Music Program, the scholarship may be awarded to another student enrolled at UPEI. Funding may be split between one or more students.Max Amount:Awarded to a full time student entering second year, who achieved the highest average while carrying at least a normal load of five courses per semester in a first year program. This scholarship is stackable with other UPEI awards, and recognizes academic performance.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a second year student in the Veterinary Medicine Program at AVC who has performed well in the Dairy portion of the 1st year courses and who has had prior involvement in the dairy industry and commitment to continue in the field. Preference may also be given to a student involved in the Bovine Club at AVC. This award is offered to students from the Atlantic Provinces, with priority given to a student from PEI.Max Amount:Max Amount:Two awards will be granted to deserving students entering the first year of the four year UPEI Sustainable Design Engineering degree program who have achieved high academic standing in secondary school but who have not received any other major donor funded awards.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a returning full-time student who has a demonstrated interest and involvement in the Panther Women's Hockey program and has shown leadership, team spirit and community involvement. Preference will be given to a student who attended secondary school in Prince Edward Island.Max Amount:Awarded to a student undertaking thesis research that proposes to focus on, singly or comparatively, one or more islands in Canada (which can, but does not have to, include PEI). Students are eligible for these scholarships if they have completed at least three (3) of the core MAIS courses, and are not a full time UPEI employee or in receipt of any other major donor funded scholarship at the time of application.Max Amount:Awarded to a student undertaking thesis research that proposes to focus on, singly or comparatively, one or more islands that are not in Canada. Students are eligibile for these scholarships if they have completed at least three (3) of the core MAIS courses, and are not a full time UPEI employee or in receipt of any other major donor funded scholarship at the time of application.Max Amount:Granted to a student graduating from the four year Nursing program or Accelerated Nursing program at UPEI who has experienced significant adversity during their nursing degree studies; recipient will have demonstrated perseverance in overcoming difficult events or circumstances, having faced their challenges with strength and determination. Academic achievement not a defining criterion; recommended by faculty members.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time UPEI student enrolled in Department of Applied Human Sciences, based on demonstrated volunteer leadership and experience in the following areas: Red Cross or other water safety programs as an instructor, supervisor, or in a similar capacity; experience as a youth camp counsellor, leader, or swim instructor; or other notable volunteer activity in outdoor education. Students on scholarships/bursaries of less than full tuition are eligible.Max Amount:Deadline:Awarded to five incoming EMBA students at the UPEI Faculty of Business. Candidates must have applied for admission by June 30. Criteria includes: minimum of 75% average in last two years of undergraduate or graduate level of study, professional accomplishments, and demonstrated leadership. Preference may be given to an international student candidate for one of the scholarships.Max Amount:Deadline:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Awarded to a graduating student who has the highest mark in Bio 324 or Bio 353 (upper UPEI anatomy courses) taken in their third or fourth year, who has applied to medical school and has demonstrated broad involvement in campus life and/or community volunteerism.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to an organ student who has demonstrated a commitment to the advancement of the craft and artistry or organ-playing, and whose overall progress is deemed most meritorious based on the recommendation of the organ instructor. If there are no qualified organ students, the Award may go to a pianist.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a Music student entering full-time studies whose last year of high school was taken in a PEI high school; awarded on the basis of performance in an audition conducted by faculty members of the Music Department, and a theory test.Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to the student entering UPEI who, in the judgement of the Scholarship and Awards Committee, best reflects the following criteria: will have achieved well academically, though not necessarily the highest aggregate in high school; and exhibits dedication and a desire to make a difference in the community.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:One full year tuition scholarship will be awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the MSc program at the AVC. The remainder of the funds will be divided among the top two DVM students in each of the first-, second-, and third-year classes from the previous year.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student who is a resident of PEI, is entering their final year of the Applied Human Science program, and has, in the opinion of the faculty, demonstrated a strong commitment to the program and an improved academic performance.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to the graduating MSc student who has achieved the highest academic standing in a combination of course work and thesis, and whose record in the program, in the view of the AVC Graduate Studies and Research Committee, is so distinguished as to warrant special recognition.Status:Status:Awarded to an athletic student entering second, third, or fourth year who is playing on a UPEI varsity hockey team and who maintained good academic standing and completed a minimum of 18 semester-hours in the previous year. The recipient is chosen by fellow players and coaches.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time first-year student entering UPEI from the Halifax region(preference). The recipient will have a minimum average of 85%, will have participated in community service activities during high school, and is not in receipt of another scholarship of more than $2,500.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded annually to entrance students attending university who have graduated from a high school in Canada. Criteria includes minimum 80% average in Grade 12, financial need, leadership qualities, and a recogized initiative in funding your own education. Submit application to UPEI to be forwarded to the Harrison McCain Foundation for committee review.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to two full-time UPEI students who are members of the UPEI hockey team. Preference is given to players from PEI. If the student is entering first year, he/she must have an academic standing of 80% in high school. Players in second, third, and fourth years must have completed 18 semester-hours in their previous year with good standing.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to up to three students entering their third year at UPEI who are enrolled full-time in undergraduate studies; have demonstrated entrepreneurial initiative through past or current experience, have plans to undertake an entrepreneurial career on PEI, and achieved academic standing of 75% or greater in each of their previous two years of study at UPEI.Scholarship may be renewable for one year.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time student in their fourth year of study with a declared major in the BSc Foods & Nutrition Program who has worked with families locally, nationally, or internationally as part of their UPEI education and not in recipient of another donor funded award greater than $1,000. Preference given to students who have an maintained an overall average of 80% or greater in the previous year of study.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time student who is a Canadian citizen and entering the first year of a Master of Science program at UPEI or AVC. Candidates must be admitted to a full-time Master's program at UPEI within 12 months of qualifying for the Scholarship.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Beginning in 2019/2020, fund will support scholarships for Nursing students who will have an international placement as part of their UPEI nursing education and who will be traveling to a high performing educational or medical institution as well as to remote or emerging societies to inform their nursing education.Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Status:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student who has demonstrated an interest in gerontology. Examples of courses that may be used in the evaluation include PSYCH 3030, NURS 1010, 1020 or 3240, or other relevant courses completed through program majors or fields as outlined in the student's personal statement.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time student enrolled in the Faculty of Arts who expresses an interest in history, poetry, or international studies, and who has an academic average of at least 75% and who is not on scholarship of $600 or more.Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Awarded to students intending to register during the following academic year for full-time studies at UPEI at the second-, third-, or fourth-year level. In granting bursaries, priority will be assigned in descending order to the following criteria: good Christian character, financial need, passing (or higher) grades. Applicants must submit two letters of reference plus an essay (max. 500 words) on the topic, "How the UPEI motto reflects my lifestyle."Deadline:Awarded to a first year or returning Aboriginal student in full-time undergraduate studies who is positively and actively involved with Aboriginal students on campus and/or in the community, has a good academic record that reflects perseverance in their studies and demonstrated leadership qualities. Candidates will submit a one page essay on how they meet the criteria, a resume and one letter of reference to the Scholarship and Awards Office.Max Amount:Awarded to a student entering 3rd or 4th year in the Foods and Nutrition Program in good academic standing, who displays an aptitude for, and interest in the food component of the program and has concern for women's studies and respect for diversityMax Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Status:Max Amount:Awarded to a well-rounded fourth-year graduating Religious Studies Major who has completed a minimum two core courses and one elective in the Christian Studies program. Preference will be given to a student who plans to pursue a post-graduate program in Christian Studies (e.g., Ministry, Divinity, Theological Studies, Religious Education, or Pastoral Counselling).Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to the Masters or PhD student at UPEI whose thesis has been determined to be of superior quality. Application and selection process will be determined by the UPEI Graduate Studies Advisory Committee. Presented in the Convocation award cycle at the Senior Class Awards Ceremony.Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student in the UPEI Master of Nursing program, with preference given to applicants in the Nurse Practitioner stream; the scholarship may be renewable to the same student for a total of two years based upon evidence of continuance and satisfactory progress after their first year of study. Please note full-time UPEI staff or full or part-time UPEI faculty are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time student entering the first year of the Master of Science program in Biology or Chemistry who has an undergraduate record of distinction and evidence of research during the undergraduate degree (e.g., an Honours program, NSERC research, or research courses).Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time student entering the Bachelor of Education program who, in the opinion of the faculty, shows exceptional promise and ability for a career in teaching, has demonstrated hich academic achievement in the last two years of their undergraduate degree, and who is not already receiving another UPEI scholarship of $1,000 or more that year.Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Awarded to a deserving graduating student who has been involved in student life at UPEI and/or the community.Preference will be given to those not been in receipt of a scholarship or bursary of more than $2,000 during their undergraduate degree and is not receiving another graduation award.Max Amount:Awarded to an engineering student who has completed their third year of study and has demonstrated creativity, empathy, and life-long learning in their individual pursuit of engineeering. Recipient must have cumulative average of 80% and intend to continue fourth year at UPEI Sustainable Design and Engineering. Recommended by Engineering.Max Amount:Max Amount:This award will be given annually to a third-year student in veterinary medicine who demonstrates interest in the husbandry and well being of domestic small ruminants (sheep,goats, camelids, cervidae) and who intends to engage in an external fourth-year elective outside of Atlantic Canada that has a small ruminant emphasis.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time first-year student entering UPEI from Pictou County, Nova Scotia, who is in financial need and has a good high school academic record. In the event of equally qualified candidates, the degree of financial need takes precedence over academic standing. If no student from Pictou County applies or is eligible, the Scholarship will be awarded to another student from Nova Scotia.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to Aboriginal students enrolled in full time undergraduate studies at UPEI who display involvement and leadership in their community, as well as financial need. Three (3) scholarships are available each year: one for a first-year student, and two for returning students.Max Amount:Awarded to a student, upon recommendation from their high school principal(s), who graduated from a PEI French-language high school; based on good academic standing and not already on scholarship of more than $1000. Preference is given to students entering the Business Administration program at UPEI.Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time student or students enrolled in the Sustainable Design Engineering Program. Preference will be given to students from the Charlottetown area, if no students are selected from that area it will be open to all Engineering students from Prince Edward Island. Funding may be split between one or more students.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Status:Awarded to two students entering the Bachelor of Education program at UPEI. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate academic achievement, are international students, members of minority groups, or who plan to teach in an area facing a teaching shortage. Community involvement will be a consideration.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to graduate student(s)(Master or PhD) registered at UPEI in the upcoming academic year and engaged in the areas of nutrisciences and health. Recipients may receive one Levesque Fellowship in each of their Master and PhD program(s) to a maximum of two fellowships per student.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full or part time student enrolled in a Bachelors degree, has completed the last five years of their pre-university education in PEI, combines strong academics with leadership qualities and service in the community and not in receipt of more than $1,000 in other UPEI scholarships.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to two students entering Year 2 of any four-year undergraduate degree program who are Canadian citizens, demonstrate financial need, and have a minimum average of 70% in first year. The award is renewed if the student maintains full-time status and a minimum average of 70%.Max Amount:Up to eleven (11) prizes will be available for returning undergraduate students who during the previous academic year (September 1 to August 31), have demonstrated writing excellence in a form outside of a university course and to a broader community-oriented audience.Max Amount:Up to thirty-five (35) prizes will be available for returning undergraduate students who have produced outstanding written work during the previous academic year (September 1 to August 31) in a UPEI course in which writing comprises a substantive role in the final grade of the course.Max Amount:Max Amount:Up to eleven (11) prizes will be available for returning undergraduate students who during the previous academic year (September 1 to August 31), have shown the greatest improvement in one of the UPEI writing support programs coordinated through the Webster Centre.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a PEI single parent (male or female) who is a full-time student taking at least three courses per semester in the Faculty of Nursing at UPEI; awarded on the basis of financial need after the first year of study.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a deserving student entering fourth year of the Bachelor of Science - Foods and Nutrition or Kinesiology program at UPEI, who demonstrates leadership potential in programs or initiatives supporting children and their families through volunteer organizations and is in good academic standing.Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to a full time student in 3rd or 4th year in the four year Nursing Program at UPEI who has shown exceptional mentorship, leadership skills, and demonstrated dedication to compassionate care – attributes all shared with Marilyn. The student will also be in financial need.Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:This award will be given annually to a DVM student entering their fourth year of study at AVC who has displayed exceptional performance in the Dairy portion of the third year courses, who has had prior involvement in the dairy industry and commitment to continue in that field, and was normally a resident in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick or Prince Edward Island for at least two years prior to their post-secondary education.Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Faculty:Faculty:Faculty:Awarded to full time graduating students in good academic standing who have demonstrated aptitude in their chosen field of study, and has been accepted into an accredited professional school or graduate program in the following order: Audiology, Medicine, or research in the medical field.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Awarded to a full-time returning student who excels in a UPEI course related to Christian Ethics. Performance includes a combination of interest in Christian Ethics as a topic of study in an historical context, discussion in class setting, and dedication to excellence on assignments, essays, and exams.Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to a full time student entering the Master of Education program at UPEI who has shown excellence in teaching, is normally resident in Prince Edward Island, and is in financial need. Preference will be given to a student who completed their primary education in Prince Edward Island.Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a mature female student entering third or fourth year in any faculty, who has returned to university studies in a full-time capacity. In the event of equally qualified candidates, financial need will be the determining factor. Students already in receipt of $1,000 or more in the same academic year are not eligible.Max Amount:Awarded to a graduate of the UPEI Nursing Program in their 1st or 2nd year of the UPEI Master of Nursing Program who has particular interest in the impact of cardiovascular disease on individuals and/or families, and how community support can enhance the quality of life for individuals experiencing cardiac issues, as well as their support networks. If no MN students qualify, undergraduate students in their final year of the UPEI BScN degree (2 or 4 year program) may apply.Max Amount:Deadline:Awarded to a graduating Colonel Gray student who is entering first year at UPEI with an average of 75-85% who is not already receiving a scholarship of $1,000 or more. The individual must be involved in music, especially singing, dancing, and piano, and intend to pursue a career in EducationMax Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Awarded to two students in the Dietetic Internship program who, in the opinion of the Department of Applied Human Sciences, best demonstrate strong academic performance and extracurricular leadership, who show exceptional promise and commitment to a career in dietetics, and who are not already receiving major awards.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full-time student registered with Accessibilty Services at UPEI who has demonstrated involvement in community and/or campus life. If there are two equally qualifying candidates, financial need will be the determining factor. Candidates will include a personal statement that speaks to their community and/or campus involvement.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a Bachelor of Education student in their fall block (September) who demonstrates strong leadership, a passionate concern for the well-being of others, and who combines an infectious sense of fun with a deep commitment to her/his work in the field of Education.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to returning SSDE students who are normally resident in Canada, and have a demonstrated interest in protecting the Island environment through the development of sustainable design initiatives; number of scholarships available will be determined by the available expenditure each year (minimum $1,000 each).Faculty:Max Amount:Faculty:Awarded to an undergraduate nursing student who has completed a clinical placement working with breast cancer patients: who has expressed an interest in oncology nursing, and has shown extraordinary care and compassion and an appreciation for empowering patients to fully engage in the healing process.Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to a third or fourth year full time undergraduate student enrolled in the Faculty of Business at UPEI who best exemplifies the spirit and legacy of Suzanne MacPherson. If there are two or more equally qualifying candidates, the student in the greatest financial need will be the recipient of this scholarship.Faculty:Awarded to a full-time student in their second or third year of study in the BSc. in Nursing or Accelerated BSc. Nursing program who is in financial need and has demonstrated volunteerism efforts. Preference given to a student from Prince County, PEI.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted annually to a UPEI student who completed secondary education at a Prince Edward Island high school, is entering the fourth year of study in the Applied Human Sciences at UPEI with a focus on Family and/or Nutritional Sciences, has maintained an academic average of 80% or greater in their previous year of study, has demonstrated a positive attitude toward the profession of family and/or nutritional sciences, and has a record of participating in non-academic activities on campus or in the community.Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a graduating student in the BEd program who, in the opinion of the Faculty, demonstrates a high degree of competence and ability in preparing and presenting learning materials to students in a classroom setting and has graduated from a Prince Edward Island high.Max Amount:Awarded annually to a student entering the B.Ed. program at UPEI who attended a PEI high school in their secondary education years, and is the highest ranking student (based on their first undergraduate degree) not already receiving a major donor-funded award.Max Amount:Faculty:Awarded to a returning student entering the third year of the Sustainable Design Engineering program with the highest academic average in the previous year. The scholarship may be renewable on condition that the student continues in the Sustainable Design Engineering program in the fourth year and maintains an academic average of 80% or higher.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Beginning in May 2019 the PEI's Famous Five Graduating Student Award will be granted to a graduating student who has held a leadership role while a student at UPEI and/or plans to pursue a career in politics. Preference will be given to women students.Awarded to an incoming high school student from Souris Regional School who has the highest academic average based on courses used for admission to UPEI; in the case of two equally qualifying candidates, preference will be given to a student entering the Faculty of Science if possible.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to the top first-year student who has declared Physics as their choice of Major with the Registrar's Office and is enrolled in Physics 221 and 211 in their second year.The student with the highest marks in Physics 111, 122, or 112 and Math 151 and 152 will be selected.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to the student entering UPEI from a PEI high school who has been judged by the Scholarship Committee to best exemplify PWC's tradition of excellence. In order for the scholarship to be renewed, the student must maintain a minimum average in a full course load (30 semester hours) of 75% after first year, and 80% after second and third year.Max Amount:Faculty:Awarded to a student graduating from the Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Design Engineering who is an inspiration to classmates; demonstrates academic excellence and exceptional engagement in project-based design; and has shown the highest ethical standards as demonstrated by Professor MacEwen over his many years of outstanding teaching and engineering practice.Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Presented annually to a Nursing student entering fourth year of the four year Bachelor of Science Nursing degree monstrates an outstanding bedside manner, knowledge and skill in clinical practice, and not already receiving another donor funded scholarship of more than $1,000.Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Beginning in the fall of 2015, the Rathlyn Scholarships at AVC Fund will support DVM student(s) at the AVC. Applicants will be slected based on the following criteria: 1) Financial need; 2) Strong academic record; and 3) Well-rounded interests and activity in a variety of areas. All scholarship recipients will qualify for the renewable portion of these scholarships if they remain in good academic standing.Faculty:Two scholarships will be awarded each year to graduate students entering UPEI's MAIS program who have demonstrated excellence and will have a directed thesis topic that will benefit the economic future of Prince Edward Island. Selection criteria will be as follows: academic record, professional contributions, and demonstrated ability in the area of study.Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to a student in financial need, with preference given first to a member of the Holland College football team (or UPEI football team, in the event of program revival); secondly, to a UPEI Track and Field Team member; thirdly, to a UPEI Hockey team member.Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to 15 graduate and 20 undergraduate students who are registered in full time studies at UPEI, maintained an academic record of 85% or greater in every course in their previous year of study, and show interest in developing skills to enhance local and global communities.Awarded to a third- or fourth-year student who must be abstainers from tobacco, alcohol, and non-medicinal drugs based on academic standing, integrity, and character. Application forms can be picked up at Scholarships & Awards in the Registrar's Office, and selection of the scholarship is administered by the Board of Trustees of Trinity United Church.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full time student entering second year who achieved the highest average while carrying at least a normal load of five courses per semester in a first year program. This scholarship is stackable with other UPEI awards, and recognizes academic performance.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student entering an undergraduate program for the first time who is normally a resident in Eastern Prince Edward Island and demonstrates financial need. This scholarship is renewable for three subsequent years provided the student maintains 70% or greater in the previous academic year.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded annually to a UPEI student from a Commonwealth country in any field of study. The award is based on academic excellence and need. It seeks to recognize students who will use their studies to contribute to the development of their country of origin. Preference will be given to a student who is not normally resident in Canada.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a graduating student from Westisle Composite High who is entering the first year of the Bachelor of Nursing program or the Bachelor of Business Administration program at UPEI. Recipient will be the student with the highest academic standing entering either of the above programs. The recipient should also show a concern and compassion for the welfare of others.Max Amount:Granted to a returning UPEI student in their first undergraduate degree program who has achieved good academic standing and is in financial need; the donor's intent of this scholarship is to award a student who needs financial help to remain in university.Awarded to a full-time returning nursing student who, is in good academic standing, has demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in the mental health field and is a resident of a maritime province. Preference given to a resident of New Brunswick.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a first-year undergraduate student in the Bachelor of Business Administration program who is in financial need, had an 80% or greater academic average in their final year of high school and plays on a UPEI varsity hockey or basketball team.Max Amount:Status:Awarded to a student who is a resident of PEI and has completed at least one year at UPEI and be registered as a full-time student at the University in the year in which the scholarship is to be used. The recipient must be registered in a program designed to enable him/her to work in an agriculture-related field (e.g., veterinary medicine, agricultural marketing, or soil and water conservation) and be intending to pursue that career on PEI.Max Amount:Awarded to candidates who are pursuing animal welfare research at the University of Prince Edward Island and meet the admission criteria for graduate studies at UPEI. Students who receive the award for support of a Masters program are eligible to apply again for support for a subsequent PhD program.Status:Max Amount:Awarded annually to a PEI student in the third or fourth year of the Family Science or Foods and Nutrition program. The recipient will have demonstrated, in the view of the Applied Human Sciences Department, the potential to make a significant contribution to the ideals of home, family life, and society.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to the third-year Nursing student from a PEI high school with the highest academic standing in third year, having completed all the first- and second-semester core Nursing courses within one academic year and who is not already on scholarship of more than $1,000.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a graduating student in Veterinary Medicine at AVC who has demonstrated extraordinary dedication, hard work, an exceptional bedside manner, and compassion in caring for a companion animal. The recipient must demonstrate a deep respect for the human-companion animal bond, as well as superior interaction and communication skills in dealing with the pet owners.Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Faculty:Granted on an annual basis to a student entering the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program at the Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC) who is normally a resident in the Atlantic Provinces and has a demonstrated interest and experience with horses.  Preference will be given to students focused on the horse racing industry.  If there are two or more equally qualifying candidates, preference will be given to a student who is normally resident in Prince Edward Island.Faculty:Granted on an annual basis to a student in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program at the Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC) who is normally a resident in the Atlantic Provinces and has demonstrated interest and/or commitment to equine medicine, intends to engage in external elective(s) outside of Atlantic Canada in the area of equine medicine, and/or has an interest in pursuing an equine internship. If there are two or more equally qualifying candidates, preference will be given to a student who is normally resident in Prince Edward Island.Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a graduating student in Veterinary Medicine at AVC who has successfully completed the Community Practice rotation. The recipient will have demonstrated compassion and empathy in the care of animals, exceptional client communication skills, and an utmost commitment to the highest level of veterinary care.Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to an academically deserving student entering their first year of study in a major program in the School of Mathematical and Computation Sciences who is in greatest financial need and not in receipt of another major donor funded award or scholarship.Faculty:Granted to an academically deserving student entering their second year of study in a major program in the School of Mathematical and Computation Sciences who is in greatest financial need and not in receipt of another major donor funded award or scholarshipFaculty:Granted on an annual basis to a student graduating from the DVM program at the Atlantic Veterinary College who has a demonstrated interest in large animal practice and dairy herd health and has shown extraordinary care and compassion for large animals.Faculty:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student that has completed Business 371, has an expressed interest in an entrepreneurial career, and who maintained an academic average of 75% or greater in the previous academic year. Preference will be given to a student who has also completed Business 265.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student who demonstrates exceptionality and determination in order to overcome barriers due to a disability. The recipient will have demonstrated a unique determination in reaching their academic goals, shown involvement in community and/or campus life, and has audited 1 to 3 courses per semester over a four year period. The recipient must be registered with UPEI Accessability Services.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student entering their first year at UPEI (not necessarily their first year in university studies), based on the applicant's personal statement detailing the impact UPEI (or SDU/PWC) has had on their family. AVC and graduate students are eligible if they are entering UPEI for the first time.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a full time student in the Business Administration program who is a member of the UPEI Business Society in the current year, not currently on the executive, has demonstrated a commitment to academics and an enthusiasm and drive for a career in business.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Granted to a student in the second year of the Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) Program at UPEI who has made an extra effort to maintain and promote balanced healthy living, and who, in the process, sets an example of community leadership.Max Amount:Awarded to two Island high school students entering UPEI who are in good academic standing with a high average. The scholarship value will cover the first year of tuition based on the student's registration in a full course load (five courses per semester) in the September to April academic year.Deadline:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to the full-time student entering the second, third, or fourth year of the Bachelor of Music Program who achieved the highest grade above 80% in Applied Music in Voice during the previous year's study, and upon recommendation of the Voice Professor. May be withheld or awarded to French Horn or Tuba student if no appropriate Voice candidate available.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to the full-time student entering the second, third, or fourth year of the Bachelor of Music program who achieved the highest grade above 80% in Applied Music in Organ during the previous year's study, and upon the recommendation of the Organ Professor.Max Amount:Max Amount:Granted to a returning UPEI student in any level of full-time study who has demonstrated extraordinary involvement in extracurricular activities across campus, within UPEI student societies, and through athletics and/or other events. Academic achievement will not be a defining factor. Employees and elected officials of the UPEI Student Union do not qualify.Granted to a returning UPEI student in any level of full-time study who is from a developing country (as identified each year by the International Monetary Fund and/or United Nations), resident in Canada, and is in the greatest need. Preference will be given to students who arrived in Canada as a refugee. Awarded to a full-time student in the third year of the Bachelor of Music Program. Awarded on the basis of grades and performance standards achieved in the second semester of the student's second year and upon extracurricular activities within the University and the community at large. Preference given to students whose major applied area is an orchestral/band instrument or other area at the discretion of the Music Department.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Granted to a graduating student from the four year Nursing Program or the Accelerated Nursing Program at UPEI who demonstrated a commitment, dedication and perseverance in their nursing studies. Preference given to a student that has one or more dependents. Academic achievement will not be a defining criterion; recommended by faculty members.Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Faculty:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Faculty:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to an English Major or Honours student with a minimum average of 80% who has contributed significantly to the intellectual and social life of the Department. This award will normally be given to a graduating student, but may be awarded to a deserving non-graduating student.Max Amount:Awarded to one or more graduating UPEI students to assist in continuing studies in the areas of Business Administration or Political Studies. Preference will be given to students studying at: York University, Boston University, Harvard University, Oxford University, Cambridge University, London School of Economics (London, England), Dalhousie University or University of Prince Edward Island.Max Amount:This scholarship will be awarded to a fourth year student who has shown aptitude and leadership in the Equine reproduction program. The recipient will be recommended by the AVC Awards Committee representative from the Health Management Department in consultation with related faculty. The award recipient will be approved by the AVC Awards Committee.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to students who graduate from a PEI high school and demonstrate the potential to contribute to the long term development of the province; in keeping with Wyatt's belief in the value of the arts, recipients must demonstrate an aptitude or interet in the cultural or artistic dimension of life.Max Amount:Awarded to a computer science student who has already completed two work terms in the Co-operative Education Program and intends to return to the UPEI Computer Science program in the next academic year. Successful recipient will demonstrate commitment to the program and have a minimum 75% average in the preceding academic year. Recommended by Computer Science department Chair.Max Amount:Max Amount:Awarded to a student who has graduated from a PEI high school and is entering the Faculty of Business, has a minimum average of 75%, and contributes to the community through volunteer work. In the event of two or more equally qualified candidates, financial need will be considered.Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount:Max Amount: 1-800-606-UPEI or 902-628-4353

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