Future Students

Upper Year Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries

St. Thomas offers a student awards program that includes scholarships for high academic achievement, bursaries for students who have demonstrated financial need, and other awards for students balancing academic performance with extra-curricular, volunteer, or community achievements.

Unless otherwise indicated, the deadline for scholarship and award applications is March 1st. The Scholarship Application Form is available at the Office of the Registrar, or can be downloaded by clicking here. Note that some scholarships require additional application materials.

Unless otherwise indicated, the deadline for bursary applications is October 31st. The Bursary Application Form is available at the Office of the Registrar, or can be downloaded by clicking here. Note that some bursaries require additional application materials.

Scholarships

ATV Media Scholarship
Value: $2,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student entering the third year of the Journalism Program who is a member of a designated group as defined in the Canada Employment Equity Act with preference given to a student who is a member of a visible minority or the aboriginal peoples, who demonstrates an interest in television journalism. If a candidate from one of the designated groups is not available, the University reserves the right to identify other deserving candidates.
Funding: Generously funded by ATV/CTV Television.

Bell Media Scholarship in Journalism
Value: $750
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to an upper-year student in excellent academic standing, majoring in Journalism.
Funding: Generously funded by the Bell Media Scholarship in Journalism Endowment.

Bernard and Louis Bloomfield Scholarship
Value: $1,500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually on the basis of academic achievement.

Bertha L. Miller Memorial Scholarship
Value: $1,000
Number 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a graduating student who demonstrates academic merit and who has been accepted to postgraduate studies. Preference will be given to students who intend to pursue postgraduate studies in Library Science.
Funding: Generously funded by Bertha Miller and Family.

CFUW Fredericton Adult Learner Scholarship
Value: $1,500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually in January to a female full-time student from New Brunswick who was admitted to the University as an adult learner and who has successfully completed the first year (a minimum of 30 credit hours) of the BA Program. Selection is based on academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded by the Canadian Federation of University Women Fredericton.

CFUW Fredericton Scholarship
Value: $1,500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually in January to a female full-time student from the province of New Brunswick in second or third year of an undergraduate degree program on the basis of academic achievement (GPA).
Funding: Generously funded by the Canadian Federation of University Women Fredericton.

Chinese Cultural Association of New Brunswick Scholarship
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a returning full time student with an annual GPA of 3.3 or higher who has demonstrated a commitment to, and involvement with, the Chinese community and multicultural activities. This scholarship is open to students in any department or program.
Funding: Generously funded by the Chinese Cultural Association of New Brunswick.

Commcorp Financial Services Inc. Scholarship
Value: $250
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to an undergraduate student in good academic standing and in need of financial assistance.
Funding: Generously funded by Commcorp Financial Services Inc.

Cornelius & Katherine Kingston Memorial Scholarship
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a third year student majoring in English. Selection is based on academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded by members of the Kingston family.

Cornelius E. and Annie Crowley Memorial Scholarship
Value: $2,000
Number: 2
Criteria: Awarded annually to third or fourth year students honouring or majoring in religious studies. Selection is based on academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded by the late Elizabeth Ann Crowley in memory of her parents.

Craig J. Carleton QC Scholarship in Human Rights
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student entering third or fourth year, and majoring or honouring in Human Rights. Selection is based on academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded by the Craig J. Carleton, QC Endowment Fund.

Dick and Judy Kennedy Scholarship in English
Value: $750
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student entering third or fourth year with a major or honours in English. Selection is based on academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded by Dick and Judy Kennedy.

Dr. Abdul Qaiyum Lodhi Scholarship
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student registered in the Criminology and Social Justice Program. Selection is based on academic achievement. The scholarship honours the memory of Dr. Abdul Q. Lodhi, a professor of sociology at St. Thomas University, 1984-91, the founder and first director of the certificate program in criminology and social justice.
Funding: Generously funded by the family of Dr. Abdul Qaiyum Lodhi.

Dr. Marguerite Michaud Scholarship
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually on the basis of academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded by Dr. Marguerite Michaud.

Dr. Richard W. Costello Scholarship
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually on the basis of academic achievement to an anthropology student entering the fourth year of study.
Funding: Generously funded by the estate of Dr. Richard Costello.

FAUST Scholarship
Value: $3,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a full-time returning student on the basis of academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded by the Faculty Association of the University of St. Thomas.

Fredericton Epsilon Y's Men STU Tommies Scholarships
Value: $1,500
Number: 2
Criteria: Awarded annually to one male and one female student-athlete who has a 3.5 GPA or better (Academic All Canadian standing) entering second, third or fourth year. Recipients will be selected on the basis of demonstrated perseverance and commitment to their studies, athletic pursuits, and community outreach.
Funding: Generously funded annually by the Fredericton Epsilon Y's Men.

General Motors Scholarship
Value: $1,250
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually with preference to a student enrolled in the Journalism Program.

Golden Jubilee Scholarship
Value: $5,000
Number: 1
Criteria: To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's coronation, the Province of New Brunswick established the Golden Jubilee Scholarship in 2002. The Province of New Brunswick provides a total of $20,000 annually distributed equally between the four public universities - University of New Brunswick, Université de Moncton, St. Thomas University and Mount Allison University. Each university offers each year one Golden Jubilee Scholarship valued at $5,000 to an eligible student. To be eligible, students must be: a New Brunswick resident based on Student Financial Services guidelines for provincial residency status at the time of receipt of scholarship; in third year going into fourth year of a four-year program or fourth year going into fifth year of a five-year program and; enrolled full-time in an undergraduate degree program in one of the four public universities in New Brunswick. All scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence (as defined by the institution) and financial need (as defined by Student Financial Services).
Funding: Generously funded by Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission.

Holy Cross Fathers Scholarship in Catholic Studies
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to students in third and fourth year who are majoring or minoring in catholic studies. Selection is based on academic achievement with an annual GPA of 3.0 or higher and financial need. This scholarship honours the religious members of the Congregation of Holy Cross appointed to St. Thomas University in various capacities since 1964.
Funding: Generously funded by the Holy Cross Fathers.

Juergen Doerr History Scholarship
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a second, third or fourth-year student majoring in history. The recipient must have maintained an annual grade point average of 3.3 or higher. Selection will be based on academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded by Uta Doerr.

Louis Chabot Scholarship
Value: Varies
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to returning students who have participated in intercollegiate hockey and who have maintained a minimum average of B- during their last session as a full-time student. This renewable scholarship honours the memory of Louis Chabot, a former dean's list student and member of the varsity hockey team who died unexpectedly in March 1990.

McElroy Memorial Scholarship
Value: $1,000
Number: 2
Criteria: Awarded annually to students on the basis of academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded by the Estate of Mary Ann McElroy.

Milton Levine and Marion Brien Scholarship
Value: $250
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually on the basis of academic achievement and leadership. Preference will be given to a student from rural New Brunswick.
Funding: Generously funded by Milton Levine.

NB Power Leadership in Comm & Public Policy Scholarships
Value: $3,000
Number: 3
Criteria: Awarded to students entering their 3rd or 4th year of study, and majoring in Communications & Public Policy. Selection is based on academic achievement. Preference will be given to students who have also demonstrated volunteer and leadership involvement in extra-curricular activities on campus and in the community. Further preference will be given to students who have not received a major scholarship from the University.
Funding: Generously funded annually by NB Power.

Paul Morrissy Memorial Scholarship
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a third-year student majoring in Anthropology on the basis of academic achievement. Preference will be given to a student from Miramichi.
Funding: Generously funded by family and friends of Paul Morrissy.

Rabbi David Spiro Scholarship
Value: $250
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student in good academic standing.

Reader's Digest Foundation of Canada Scholarship
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to students majoring in journalism on the basis of overall achievement in liberal arts and excellence in journalism.
Funding: Generously funded by the Reader's Foundation of Canada.

Rev. A.L. McFadden Scholarships
Value: $1,000
Number: 2
Criteria: Awarded annually on the basis of academic achievement.
Funding: From the Father A.L. McFadden Scholarship Fund initiated by former students of Father McFadden, June 22, 1981.

Rev. Edmund J. Casey Memorial Scholarship
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a third year student who has a GPA of above 3.5 and demonstrates high character and leadership within the St. Thomas Community.
Funding: Generously funded in memory of Rev. Edmund J. Casey.

Rev. Richard O'Brien Waugh
Value: Varies
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually on the basis of academic achievement to students, except those in first year, enrolled in Arts and Social Work. This scholarship honours the memory of Father Waugh of the Holy Cross Fathers who taught Philosophy at St. Thomas University from 1964-1986.
Funding: Generously funded by the Holy Cross Fathers.

Rev. Thomas J. Daley Memorial Scholarship
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a third or fourth year student who is actively involved in extra-curricular life at St. Thomas University and who demonstrates academic achievement with considerations for financial need.
Funding: Generously funded by the St. Thomas University Alumni Association in honour of the late Thomas J. Daley, BA'59, and director of alumni from 1982-1987.

Richard Dean Brown Memorial Scholarship
Value: $700
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to an undergraduate student on the basis of academic merit with an interest in the study of human rights.

Scoudouc River Cont. Ed. Award: Part-time Students
Value: minimum $100 to a maximum of $300 per course
Number: Varies
Criteria: Field of study unrestricted, tenable only at post-secondary institutions in New Brunswick. These awards are intended for part-time students and are open to persons residing in New Brunswick who were not engaged in full-time study during the twelve-month period preceding the date of application. No one may receive more than one of these awards in any calendar year.
Application Process: Application forms can be obtained from the Registrar's Office, St. Thomas University. The completed forms should be returned to that office. Awards are made in the middle of the months of October, February, May and July; applications should be made respectively before September 15, January 15, April 15 and June 15. Applications will be considered by the Scoudouc River continuing education awards selection committee.
Funding: Generously funded by the late Dr. William L. Webster.

Scoudouc River University Awards
Value: minimum of $1,000; maximum $4,500
Number: Varies
Criteria: Awarded annually but may be renewed upon re-nomination at the pleasure of the awarding committee. These awards are intended for full-time students and are open to St. Thomas University students. Awards are open to those who have signal promise but are especially needy or handicapped in any way; or to those with unusual direction or promise, or to those of distinct interest not qualified for other regularly established scholarships and awards selectively or competitively available. Nominees must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program. At the time of nomination the nominee must be domiciled in the province of New Brunswick. Candidates taking up a Scoudouc River University Award may not hold, during the tenure of that award, other major financial awards. Apply: President's Office, St. Thomas University.
Funding: Generously funded by the late Dr. William L. Webster.

Senator Donald A. McLean Memorial Scholarship
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to returning full-time students on the basis of academic achievement. Preference will be given to students who have graduated from a New Brunswick high school.
Funding: Generously funded by the late Catherine Mary McLean in memory of her late husband, Senator Donald A. McLean, LLD (STU 1972).

St. Thomas Intercollegiate Athletics Awards
Value: Varies to a maximum of full-tuition and compulsory fees.
Number: Varies
Criteria: Awarded annually to full-time students who have completed two successful semesters and are involved in Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) athletics. Student athletes must have maintained satisfactory grades during their last session as a full-time student.

Thomas Stephen McCann Memorial Scholarship
Value: Varies
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to the recipient of the Thomas Stephen McCann Memorial trophy. Selection is made on the basis of the graduating student who best exemplifies the spirit of St. Thomas University through character, academic achievement and leadership.

Awards

Dwight Dickinson Basketball Award
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to a student in satisfactory academic standing who has demonstrated athletic and leadership abilities in the sport of basketball.
Funding: Generously funded by an endowment established by friends and alumni of STU Basketball in honour of Coach Dwight Dickinson's 22 years of service.

Fielden & Constance Lambert Gerontology Leadership Award
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a third or fourth year student from New Brunswick majoring in Gerontology with a GPA of 3.3 or higher. Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated a commitment to the well-being of older adults through employment, volunteer or community involvement.
Funding: Generously funded by Margaret-Anne Ashfield'72 and Dale Ashfield in memory of Margaret-Anne's loving parents, Fielden Lambert and Constance Lambert.

Francis Farrington Memorial Basketball Award
Value: $500
Number: 2 (one male and one female recipient)
Criteria: Awarded to students in satisfactory academic standing who have demonstrated athletic and leadership abilities in the sport of basketball, and a commitment to community and volunteer service.
Funding: Generously funded by teammates, friends, and coaches of Francis Farrington.

Kay Robinson Award
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a full time student in their 3rd or 4th year, or in the B.Ed. program who is a single parent. Selection is based on academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded in honour of Kay Robinson.

Mark Adams Great Books Memorial Award
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to a full-time third or fourth year student with an annual GPA of 3.3 or better who is majoring or honouring in the Great Books Program. Preference will be given to students who can demonstrate financial need.
Funding: Generously funded by Nathan McAllister in memory of his friend and classmate.

Shivering Songs Creative Arts Award
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to a returning student in good academic standing who has completed at least one course in creative writing or music, and has expressed a passion for the performing arts. Preference will be given to students who have expressed financial need. The successful recipient will be asked to attend a Shivering Songs event to be recognized.
Funding: Generously funded annually by the Shivering Songs Festival.

Ted Daigle Memorial Drama Award
Value: $750
Number: 2
Criteria: Awarded annually to a full time student in their 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year or in the B.Ed. program. Selection is based on academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded by friends and family in memory of Ted Daigle.

Ted Daigle Memorial French Award
Value: $750
Number: 2
Criteria: Awarded annually to a full time student in their 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year majoring in French. Selection is based on academic achievement.
Funding: Generously funded by friends and family in memory of Ted Daigle.

Terry W. Gulliver Perseverance Award
Value: $2,000
Number: 1
Criteria: To be awarded annually to a returning student who has obtained the status of Academic All-Canadian (CIS) or National Scholar (CCAA) the year prior. Further preference is given to students from the Saint John area and/or who have demonstrated an ability to overcome adversity.
Funding: Funded anonymously.

Bursaries

Alice Doyle Memorial Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a mature student enrolled in second, third, or fourth year on the basis of initiative and financial need.
Funding: Generously funded by the family of Alice Doyle.

Barry Burgess Memorial Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 2
Criteria: Awarded in the second semester to a full-time student from New Brunswick on the basis of financial need.

Brian Ouellette Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 2
Criteria: Awarded annually to students in the Bachelor of Social Work Program on the basis of financial need.
Funding: Generously funded by the Family, colleagues and friends of Professor Brian Ouellette.

Carolyn Layden-Stevenson Memorial Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to a continuing female student from New Brunswick in good academic standing who has demonstrated financial need.
Funding: Established by Evelyn Layden, mother of Carolyn Layden-Stevenson.

Colter Family Bursaries
Value: $600
Number: 5
Criteria: Awarded annually to students in good academic standing on the basis of financial need. Preferred distribution of the bursaries is to full-time students in the following programs: criminology, education (one for a mature student), and social work (one for a mature student).
Funding: Generously funded by the Colter Family.

Darlene Ann Bigelow Memorial Bursaries
Value: $1,500
Number: 5
Criteria: Awarded annually to New Brunswick students entering the Bachelor of Social Work Program. Selection is based on financial need and good academic standing.
Funding: Generously funded in memory of Darlene Ann Bigelow who graduated from the Bachelor of Social Work Program in 2001 by husband, Michael Bernard, and the family of Darlene Bigelow.

Debbie Nason Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student in the Bachelor of Social Work Program. Selection is based on financial need with preference given to students who have an interest in the field of health care, and are residents of the area served by the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital.
Funding: Generously funded by family, colleagues and friends of Debbie Nason.

Faculty Fund Bursaries
Value: Varies
Number: Varies
Criteria: Awarded annually to students in good academic standing based on financial need and are enrolled either full-time or part-time in the BA, BSW, or BEd Programs at St. Thomas University. A number of bursaries will be awarded. Inquire: Registrar's Office. Apply: Chair, Faculty Fund Committee.
Funding: Generously funded by the faculty and administration of St. Thomas University.

Farrell & Edna McCarthy Bursary
Value: $750
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a full-time student who has demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students taking an Interdisciplinary Minor in Irish Studies.
Funding: Generously funded by Mr. Farrell McCarthy.

Fenton Burke Memorial Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student who has completed third year (or a minimum of 90 credit hours), and is majoring in English. Preference will be given to students who do not already hold a scholarship or bursary. Selection is based on financial need with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Priority will be given to students from Cape Breton. This bursary is awarded in memory of Fenton Burke, who was a member of the Department of English from 1963 until his death in 2001, and who served as chair from 1990 until 2001.
Funding: Generously funded by friends and colleagues of Fenton Burke.

Florence (Flo) Brodie Memorial Bursary
Value: $1000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to a mature student who is in good academic standing. Selection is based on demonstrated financial need.
Funding: Generously established by Dr. Sylvia Hale and other friends and family members of Flo in honour of her love of learning. Flo came to STU after retirement. She graduated with distinction in 2011.

Frank A. O'Donnell Bursary
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a St. Thomas student entering the Bachelor of Social Work program who has demonstrated financial need.
Funding: Generously funded through annual gifts by Mr. Frank A. O'Donnell.

Gertrude Barton Memorial Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student with demonstrated financial need who is entering the Social Work Program. Preference will be given to an applicant who has previous related work and life experience.
Funding: Generously funded by the family of Susan Scott and Jill Barton.

GRID Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to a student majoring in Great Books who is in good academic standing and has demonstrated financial need.
Funding: Generously funded annually by faculty and alumni of the Great Books Program.

Harry & Bessie Brown Bursary
Valued: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded on the basis of financial need to a Fredericton resident entering the Bachelor of Social Work Program.
Funding: Generously funded by the estate of Harry Brown.

Heather & George Richmond Bursary
Value: $750
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to School of Education students from New Brunswick in good academic standing who have demonstrated financial need. In the absence of eligible St. Thomas University Bachelor of Education students, the bursaries may be awarded to Bachelor of Arts students in their 3rd or 4th year of study.
Funding: Generously funded by Dr. Heather and Mr. George Richmond Q.C.

Irish Canadian Cultural Association of NB Bursary
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a full-time continuing student in good academic standing with an Interdisciplinary Minor (Irish Studies) who has demonstrated financial need. In the absence of an eligible applicant minoring in Irish Studies, students in good academic standing majoring who have demonstrated financial need and who have completed at least two Irish Studies courses may be considered.
Funding: Generously funded annually by the Irish Canadian Cultural Prize Association of New Brunswick.

Jane Driscoll Bursary
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to a returning student in good academic standing who has demonstrated financial need.
Funding: Generously funded annually by John Rocca and family.

Jillian Dunlop Bursary
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to a returning student in good academic standing who has demonstrated financial need.
Funding: Generously funded annually by John Rocca and family.

Judith Cox Bursary
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a full-time student in good academic standing based on financial need.

Kay Smith Memorial Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student in third or fourth year who is majoring or honouring in English with a Concentration in Creative Writing.
Funding: Generously funded by friends of the late Saint John poet, Kay Smith.

Lillian Chippin Memorial Bursary
Value: $400
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student in the Social Work or Education program on the basis of financial need.

Lyman Ward Bursary
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to a full time continuing student who has demonstrated financial need.
Funding: Generously funded by Lyman Ward '63.

M. Monica Donoghue Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a returning student in good academic standing who has demonstrated financial need.

Millennium Upper-Year Bursary
Value: minimum of $500 to a maximum of $2,000
Number: Varies
Criteria: Awarded annually to students registered full time with selection based on financial information provided by the Canada Student Loan Assessment or its equivalent.
Funding: Generously funded by donations from alumni, faculty, staff and friends of St. Thomas University.

Monsignor O'Hanley Bursaries
Value: $750
Number: 2
Criteria: Awarded annually on the basis of financial need.

Neva Batt Memorial Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to a continuing student from New Brunswick who was admitted as an adult learner, who is in good academic standing, and who has demonstrated financial need. Preference will go to full time students.
Funding: Generously funded by the family and friends of Neva Batt. Neva was a long-time supporter of those pursuing higher education, including her children and grandchildren who have attended St. Thomas University.

Paul W. Dawson Memorial Bursary
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually in second semester to a full-time student on the basis of financial need with preference given to students enrolled in either the Bachelor of Education Program or the Bachelor of Arts Program with an emphasis on political science. Preference will be given to students from Miramichi, New Brunswick.
Funding: Generously funded by the family and friends of Paul W. Dawson.

President Dawn Russell Upper-Year Bursary
Value: $1,000
Number: up to 8
Criteria: Awarded annually on the basis of financial need to continuing students from New Brunswick.
Funding: Generously funded by John Bragg in honour of Dawn Russell, an alumna of St. Thomas who became President of the University in 2011.

Professor Harry Rigby Bursary
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually on the basis of financial need with preference given to members of the Thomists, active participants in the musical life of St. Thomas University, or students who have demonstrated commitment and leadership in the residence community. This award is named for Prof. Harry Rigby, founder and director of the Thomists and former Dean of Men.
Funding: Generously funded by family, friends, and former colleagues of Harry Rigby.

R. Michael Bardsley Memorial Bursary
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a third- or fourth- year student with demonstrated financial need who is majoring in Economics.
Funding: Generously funded by Grit McCreath and friends of R. Michael Bardsley.

Rev. James Smith Bursary
Value: $2,500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a full-time student on the basis of financial need with preference given to students enrolled in the Catholic Studies Program.

School of Education Bursary
Value: $500 - $1,000
Number: Varies
Criteria: Awarded to School of Education students in good academic standing who have demonstrated financial need.
Funding: The bursary is generously funded by student, alumni and friends of the School of Education at St. Thomas University.

Sherry Lynn Taylor Memorial Bursary
Value: $750
Number: 2
Criteria: Awarded annually to students in the Bachelor of Social Work Program. Selection is based on financial need and a combination of: 1) an expressed interest in child and family well-being; 2) community services; 3) extracurricular activities.
Funding: Generously funded by family and friends of Sherry Lynn Taylor.

St. Thomas University International Student Assoc.Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded to a returning international student in good academic standing who has demonstrated financial need.
Funding: Generously funded annually by the St. Thomas International Student Association

Thomas W. Donovan Memorial Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student in the Bachelor of Social Work or Bachelor of Education Programs who has demonstrated financial need and involvement in extracurricular activities (athletics and/or community). Preference will be given to an applicant from the Miramichi.
Funding: Generously funded by the friends and family of Tom Donovan.

Wanda J. Turcotte Memorial Bursary
Value: $500
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a student who has demonstrated financial need. Satisfactory academic performance will be an additional criteria.
Funding: Generously funded by Jason Beggs in honour of his mother.

William A. 'Doc' Spray Bursary
Value: $400
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a third-year full-time student on the basis of financial need.
Funding: Generously funded by Dr. Bill Spray, Professor Emeritus.

William J. Oxendale Memorial Bursary
Value: $1,000
Number: 1
Criteria: Awarded annually to a third or fourth-year student with a major in the Human Rights Program or a demonstrated interest in working in the field of human rights. The recipient must have maintained a grade point average equal to a B+ or higher and not be in receipt of any other University award.
Funding: Generously funded by Mackin and Eileen Oxendale.

Last Published: Thu Sep 28 01:00:00 2017