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Scholarships & Awards via Nomination

These awards are based on GPA or a course mark that recognize students with superior academic achievement who are in progress of completing an Athabasca University program and/or course.

You do not need to apply for these awards. Recipients will be notified by the Student Awards Unit.

  • Alberta Historical Resources Foundation Graduate Course Scholarships in Heritage Resource Management
  • Alberta Historical Resources Foundation Graduate Course Scholarships in Heritage Resource Management

    Donor: Alberta Historical Resources Foundation and Athabasca University
    Value: $1000
    Number Awarded: One for each course in the HRM Graduate Diploma Program

    Awarded annually (July 1 of previous year to June 30 of the current year) to the students who have completed and achieved the highest standing in each of the following graduate level courses:

    HERM 501 – Issues in Heritage Resources Management
    HERM 512 – Advanced Research Methods
    HERM 542 – Issues in Planning Historic Places
    HERM 561 – Advanced Issues in Interpretive Programming

    Preference for the above awards competitions will be given to students residing in Alberta and to those students enrolled in the AU Heritage Resources Management programs. Students who qualified for admission into the AU Heritage Resources Management programs through the Alberta Intern program are not eligible for this award. Scholarships available only to students that are Canadian citizens or permanent residents with a Canadian address.

  • Alberta Historical Resources Foundation Undergraduate Course Scholarships in Heritage Resource Management
  • Alberta Historical Resources Foundation Undergraduate Course Scholarships in Heritage Resource Management

    Donor: Alberta Historical Resources Foundation and Athabasca University
    Value: $750
    Number Awarded: One for each course in the HRM Undergraduate Certificate Program

    Awarded annually (July 1 of previous year to June 30 of the current year) to the students who have completed and achieved the highest standing in each of the following undergraduate level courses:

    HERM 301 – Introduction to Heritage Resources Management
    HERM 312 – Heritage Research
    HERM 322 – Heritage Collections
    HERM 327 – Canadian Heritage Policy
    HERM 339 – Conservation
    HERM 342 – General Principles of Planning Historic Places
    HERM 361 – Interpretive Programming
    PHIL 334 – Ethics and Heritage

    Preference for the above awards competitions will be given to students residing in Alberta and to those students enrolled in the AU Heritage Resources Management programs. Students who qualified for admission into the AU Heritage Resources Management programs through the Alberta Intern program are not eligible for this award. Scholarships available only to students that are Canadian citizens or permanent residents with a Canadian address.

  • Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures Graduate Student Scholarship
  • Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures Graduate Student Scholarship

    Donor: Alberta Advanced Education and Technology and Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures
    Value: Varies
    Number Awarded: Varies

    Each year, Alberta Advanced Education and Technology, in partnership with Alberta Innovates – Technology Futures (AITF) invests in the support of academically superior graduate students undertaking full time research education at an Alberta University, leading to a research based master’s or doctoral degree.

    The Alberta Innovates Graduate Student Scholarship program (GSS) is designed to enable these promising students to succeed in areas of scientific research which are strategically important to Alberta. The structure of the Alberta Innovates Graduate Student Scholarship program (GSS) is designed to connect scientific enabling platforms with strategically focused research areas. In Alberta, this means accelerating the development of the enabling platforms of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Nano, and Omics, in support of the application areas of Health, Bio-industries, Energy, and Environment.


    Detailed information is available Alberta Innovates Technology Futures Graduate Student Scholarship at http://www.albertatechfutures.ca/GSS.aspx

    Applications are accepted by Athabasca University Faculty of Graduate Studies at http://fgs.athabascau.ca/contact.php

  • Alberta Student Mobility Awards
  • Alberta Student Mobility Awards

    Donor: Multiple Various Donors
    Value: In Province (Alberta) Course Tuition Fee credit
    Number Awarded: 5 Annually

    The Alberta Student Mobility Awards are intended to acknowledge, reward and support new AU students from Alberta who have transferred credits from another Educational Institution towards an AU degree program.

    Nomination Eligibility Criteria
    • Be active in an AU undergraduate degree
    • Be registered for their first AU course with a start date within the period of July 1 to June 30, of the preceding year
    • A minimum of 15 transfer credits awarded
    • Has successfully completed at least 2, three credit courses within the period of July 1 to June 30 of the preceding year
    • Be a resident of Alberta
    • Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada
    • Students receiving third party sponsorship for tuition fees will be ineligible
    • Highest cumulative GPA in the two best courses completed in the applicable award year

  • AU Award for Graduate Studies
  • AU Award for Graduate Studies

    Donor: Emil C. Fredericks
    Value: $1000
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (September 1 of previous two years to August 31 of the current year) to the Masters level student with the highest grade point average in the 4 best applicable Graduate courses during this 2 year period. Must have completed a minimum of 4 courses applicable to their program. Students must be active in the program as of August 31 of the current year and will be nominated by their Academic Centre. The award is rotated between Academic Centres annually.

  • AU Award for Lifelong Learning
  • AU Award for Lifelong Learning

    Donor: AU Student Stand Out Awards Portfolio
    Value: $750
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (July 1 of the previous year to June 30 of the current year) to undergraduate program student of sixty years of age or older (as at July 1 of the previous year) who have the highest final mark average on the best 15 AU program credits (not completed by challenge credit). Students may receive this award once.

  • AU Award in Anthropology
  • AU Award in Anthropology

    Donor: Emil C. Fredericks
    Value: $1000
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (July 1 of previous year to June 30 of current year) to the program student who has completed and achieved the highest standing in a senior anthropology course.

  • AU Award in Geology
  • AU Award in Geology

    Donor: Emil C. Fredericks
    Value: $1000
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (July 1 of previous year to June 30 of current year) to the program student who has completed and achieved the highest standing in a senior geology course.

  • AU Award in History
  • AU Award in History

    Donor: Emil C. Fredericks
    Value: $1000
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (July 1 of previous year to June 30 of current year) to the program student who has completed and achieved the highest standing in a senior history course.

  • AU Award in Sociology
  • AU Award in Sociology

    Donor: Emil C. Fredericks
    Value: $1000
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (July 1 of previous year to June 30 of current year) to the program student who has completed and achieved the highest standing in a senior sociology course.

  • AU Convocation Scholarships
  • AU Convocation Scholarships

    Donor: Athabasca University Student Academic Awards Fund
    Value: $1000 for Undergraduate Degree, Graduate Degree and Advanced Graduate Diploma. $500 for University Certificate and University Diploma.
    Number Awarded: One for each designation

    Awarded annually to the graduating students with the highest grade point average in a specific number of Athabasca University credits from each degree, diploma, or certificate designation. The number of credits will vary on the program in which the student is graduating. Only students with a minimum GPA of 3.5 in the specified number of credits will be considered.

  • AU English Language Certificate Award
  • AU English Language Certificate Award

    Donor: AU Student Stand Out Awards Portfolio
    Value: $750
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to a current TELUQ student taking the joint TU-AU English Language Certificate program who has achieved the highest final mark average on 6 of the nine required AU credits between July 1 of the previous year and June 30 of the current year. A student may receive this award once only.

  • AU President's Award for a Visiting Student from an Alberta University
  • AU President's Award for a Visiting Student from an Alberta University

    Donor: Athabasca University
    Value: One undergraduate course (tuition + fees)
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to a visiting student from either the University of Alberta, University of Calgary, University of Lethbridge, Mount Royal University or MacEwan University who achieves the highest final mark for an AU undergraduate course completed between May 1st of the previous year and April 30th of the current year.

  • AU President's Scholarship for a Blue Quills Student
  • AU President's Scholarship for a Blue Quills Student

    Donor: Office of the President, Athabasca University
    Value: $1000
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to the student from Blue Quills First Nations College graduating with an Athabasca University (AU) degree (regardless of discipline) who has the highest AU GPA in courses that contribute to the degree.

  • AU Undergraduate Outstanding Achievement Scholarships
  • AU Undergraduate Outstanding Achievement Scholarships

    Donor: Athabasca University
    Value: $1,000 for degree program recipients; $500 for certificate or diploma program recipients.
    Number Awarded: One for each year of an undergraduate degree, certificate, or diploma program.

    Awarded annually to current students with the highest grade average on the best 15 AU credits that are earned during their first year (1 to 30 credits), second year (31 to 60 credits), third year (61 to 90 credits) or fourth year (91 to 120 credits) of program study in an undergraduate program from July 1 to June 30 of the previous year. A GPA of 3.60 or higher must be attained on the best 15 AU credits within either the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year of study to be eligible.

    Students may receive these scholarships once in a year of program study, as defined above.

  • Bachelor of Arts First-Year Achievement Scholarship
  • Bachelor of Arts First-Year Achievement Scholarship

    Donor: Emil C. Fredericks
    Value: $750
    Number Awarded: 2

    Awarded annually to active Athabasca University Bachelor of Arts program students with the highest GPA after completing their first 15 AU credits.

  • Bill Birge Award in English 155
  • Bill Birge Award in English 155

    Donor: Mr. Bill Birge, former Associate Vice-President, Finance and Administration
    Value: $120
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (July 1 of previous year to June 30 of current year) to the program student with the highest grade in English 155 - Developing Reading and Writing Skills.

  • Canon Canada -- IKON Office Solutions MEd Scholarship
  • Canon Canada -- IKON Office Solutions MEd Scholarship

    Donor: Canon Canada Inc. and IKON Office Solutions
    Value: One Master of Education in Distance Education Course Fee
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to the Master of Education in Distance Education (MEd) program student with the highest average in any three of the five core courses. All MEd students will be automatically considered in the year that they complete their fifth course.

  • Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta Scholarship
  • Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta Scholarship

    Donor: Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta
    Value: $500
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to the Bachelor of Management student entering the third year of the program with the highest average in three Athabasca University courses in financial accounting or management accounting that are acceptable for credit in the Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta program.

    The nominee must have completed 60 credits (including transfer credits) by June 30 of the current year, and must have a cumulative AU GPA of 3.50 or higher to be eligible.



  • Claude Dupuis Scholarship in Organizational Behaviour
  • Claude Dupuis Scholarship in Organizational Behaviour

    Donor: Mr. Claude Dupuis
    Value: $100
    Number Awarded: 1

    The recipient will be the eligible program student who has achieved the highest grade average in both ORGB 300 and ORGB 364 completed at Athabasca University through individualized study. Both courses must have been completed between July 1 of the previous year and June 30 of the current year.

    The eligible recipient must be a citizen or permanent resident of Canada. Current AU staff are not eligible for this award.

  • Dan Coldeway Memorial Award
  • Dan Coldeway Memorial Award

    Donor: Centre for Distance Education
    Value: One Master of Education in Distance Education Course Fee
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to a Master of Education in Distance Education M.Ed (DE), Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Distance Education Technology (PBDDET) or Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Instructional Design program student with the highest average mark for the combined marks of MDDE 603 and MDDE 604.

    Students must have completed MDDE 604 during the previous three terms (that is, the preceding fall, winter or summer term). MDDE 603 must also have been completed, but may have been completed prior to the requirements of completing MDDE 604.

  • Dipak Saraswati Memorial Award
  • Dipak Saraswati Memorial Award

    Donor: Friends and family of Dipak Saraswati
    Value: $200
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (July 1 of previous year to June 30 of current year) to the program student who has completed and achieved the highest standing in MATH215.

  • Dr. Fredrick W. Camp Memorial Scholarship
  • Dr. Fredrick W. Camp Memorial Scholarship

    Donor: Alberta Oil Sands Technology and Research Authority
    Value: $500
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to the Bachelor of Science student with the highest GPA in three AU science courses completed between July 1 of the previous year and June 30 of the current year. Two of the three courses must be in chemistry, biology and nutrition.

    You must have a cumulative AU GPA of 3.60 or higher to be eligible.

  • Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation Post - LPN BN Scholarship
  • Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation Post - LPN BN Scholarship

    Donor: Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation
    Value: $1500
    Number Awarded: 2

    This award offers recognition and provides a financial reward for students who are excelling in the post-LPN Bachelor of Nursing program.

    Students can receive this award only once during their program.

    Conditions of eligibility:
    Nomination for this award will be based on the following criteria
    • Be a student in good standing in the post-LPN BN program
    • Has successfully completed NURS 401 Professional Practice with Adults with Health Alterations
    • Demonstrate academic excellence, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.6
    • Resident of central or northern Alberta
    • Have never received award
    • Data will be obtained from the previous year, January 1 to December 31
    • Top 2 candidates with be chosen based on overall Program GPA

  • Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation Post - RN BN Scholarship
  • Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation Post - RN BN Scholarship

    Donor: Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation
    Value: $1500
    Number Awarded: 2

    This award offers recognition and provides a financial reward for students who are excelling in the post-RN Bachelor of Nursing program.

    Students can receive this award only once during their program.

    Conditions of eligibility:
    Nomination for this award will be based on the following criteria:
    • Be a student in good standing in the post-RN BN program
    • Have completed a minimum of 24 nursing credits at Athabasca University
    • Demonstrate academic excellence, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.6
    • Resident of Central or Northern Alberta
    • Data will be obtained from the previous year, January 1 to December 31
    • Have never received award

  • Eveline Lepine Memorial Scholarship
  • Eveline Lepine Memorial Scholarship

    Donor: Eveline Lepine Memorial Scholarship Fund
    Value: $100
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (July 1 of previous year to June 30 of current year) to the program student with the highest standing in Psychology 290.

    The Eveline Lepine Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by friends and co-workers following her death in 1994. For over ten years she served Athabasca University and its students with competence and commitment, primarily through the Calgary Learning Centre. She was also a student of AU and was completing Psychology 290 at the time of her death.

  • Gateway to AU Undergraduate Course Awards
  • Gateway to AU Undergraduate Course Awards

    Donor: Multiple Various Donors
    Value: Out of Province (Alberta) Course Tuition Fee
    Number Awarded: 5 Annually

    The Gateway to AU Undergraduate Course Awards are intended to acknowledge, reward and support out of Province, degree or certificate program students, who have demonstrated successful completion of their first two undergraduate courses at Athabasca University.

    Nomination Eligibility Criteria
    • Be active in an AU Undergraduate Degree program or University Certificate
    • Be registered for their first AU course with a start date within the period of July 1 to June 30, of the preceding year
    • Has successfully completed at least 2, three credit courses within the period of July 1 to June 30 of the preceding year
    • Be a resident of Canada, in any Province other than Alberta
    • Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada
    • Students receiving third party sponsorship for tuition fees will be ineligible
    • Highest cumulative GPA in the two best courses completed in the applicable award year

  • Getzlaf Family Foundation Award in Nursing
  • Getzlaf Family Foundation Award in Nursing

    Donor: Getzlaf Family Foundation
    Value: $2,000
    Number Awarded: 1

    The Getzlaf Family Foundation Award recognizes the contributions and achievement of those students completing the clinical courses in their nursing program at Athabasca University. It is intended to help assist the students who travel away from work to complete these courses.

    Nomination Criteria:
    The Bachelor of Nursing student enrolled in NURS441 with the highest AU GPA will be selected. Minimum GPA of 2.5 is required. Student must reside within Canada.

    Recipient will be selected annually on December 15th.

  • Governor General of Canada Gold Medal
  • Governor General of Canada Gold Medal

    Donor: The Governor General of Canada
    Value: Medal
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to the student graduating from a graduate-level program with the highest grade average in Athabasca University credits. You must have a GPA of 3.50 or higher to be considered.

  • Governor General of Canada Silver Medal
  • Governor General of Canada Silver Medal

    Donor: The Governor General of Canada
    Value: Medal
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to the student graduating from an undergraduate program with the highest grade average in Athabasca University credits. You must have a GPA of 3.50 or higher to be considered.

    The recipient must have completed a minimum of 45 AU credits to be eligible. For the Bachelor of Nursing, the required minimum is 25 AU credits.

  • Graduate Student Scholarship
  • Graduate Student Scholarship

    Donor: Alberta Scholarship Programs
    Value: $3,000
    Number Awarded: Varies

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    Alberta Scholarship Programs Award
    To reward the outstanding academic achievement of students studying at the Masters level.

  • Honours List
  • Honours List

    Donor: Athabasca University
    Value: Name posted on Honours List
    Number Awarded: Varies

    Awarded to Athabasca University (AU) undergraduate degree program students who have achieved a program GPA of 3.60 or higher in the last 30 credits that contributed to the program benchmark. The 30 credits can be a combination of transfer credit and a minimum of 15 AU credits.

    Only the AU courses that students have completed toward undergraduate credential will be used in the GPA calculation.

    Students will be notified by the Office of the Registrar when they have qualified for the Honours List. Athabasca University does not recognize Honours List recipients on the official student record.

    Students must meet the following conditions to be deemed eligible for the Honours List:

    a. Be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program.
    b. Have completed a minimum of 15 AU credits at the program benchmark.
    c. Have reached a program benchmark in their program in the six month time periods ending June 30 or December 31.
    d. Have achieved a grade point average of 3.60 or higher on the AU credits earned since the previously recognized program benchmark up to the current program benchmark (e.g. 1-30 credits or 31-60 credits or 61-90 credits, or 91-120 credits).
    e. Have any combination of transfer credit and a minimum of 15 AU credits that are collectively recognized towards an undergraduate credential. A "P" indicating a pass in pass/fail grade mode contributes towards credit earned, but is not included in the GPA calculation.
    f. Not have any current penalties associated with academic or non-academic misconduct on their student record.

  • Irma Burkholder Byrne Memorial Scholarship
  • Irma Burkholder Byrne Memorial Scholarship

    Donor: Dr Tim Byrne
    Value: $500
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to an undergraduate program student with the highest grade average in the best 30 Athabasca University credits in Humanities.

  • Lori Oddson Memorial Scholarship in Chemistry 217
  • Lori Oddson Memorial Scholarship in Chemistry 217

    Donor: Athabasca University
    Value: $250
    Number Awarded: 1

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    Awarded annually to a female Athabasca University student displaying outstanding academic achievement in CHEM 217: Chemical Principles I, July 1 of previous year to June 30 of current year. Preference will be given to candidates who have demonstrated an enthusiasm for chemistry and a commitment to the discipline.

    This scholarship is funded by Athabasca University (AU) in memory of Lori Oddson, an esteemed AU staff member who was known for her generosity, her extraordinary commitment to colleagues and students, and her unwavering sense of truth and fairness.

  • Marlene M. Burnett Award in Nursing
  • Marlene M. Burnett Award in Nursing

    Donor: David and Marlene Burnett
    Value: $1,000
    Number Awarded: 3

    The Marlene M. Burnett Awards recognizes the contributions and achievement of those students completing clinical courses in their nursing program at Athabasca University. They are intended to help assist the students who travel away from work to complete these courses.

    Nomination Criteria:
    The Bachelor of Nursing student enrolled in NURS 401, NURS 435 or NURS 437 with the highest AU GPA will be selected. Minimum GPA of 2.5 is required. Student must reside within Canada.

    Recipient will be selected annually on December 15th.

  • Nick Evasiuk Scholarship in Sociology
  • Nick Evasiuk Scholarship in Sociology

    Donor: Dr. Michael Gismondi and Ms. Joan Sherman
    Value: $250
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (July 1 of the previous year to June 30 of the current year) to the program student with the highest grade in Soci 287: Introduction to Sociology.

    This scholarship has been established to honour Nick Evasiuk's contributions to the community of Athabasca. A longtime businessman and social democrat, he will be remembered as a very special person, a poet, advocate of peace and justice, and friend of the environment. Throughout his lifetime, he demonstrated a personal attitude of caring and a business attitude of fairness towards everyone he encountered each day. Nick once described himself this way: I think of myself to be sort of a visionary, a person of hope... my hope springs from my faith in the ability (of humankind)... to come up with solutions to the problems which our generation has perpetrated.

  • Non Native Speakers of English Scholarship
  • Non Native Speakers of English Scholarship

    Donor: AU Student Stand Out Awards Portfolio
    Value: $750
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (July 1 of the previous year to June 30 of the current year) to the AU undergraduate student that is a non native speaker of English who achieves the highest final average mark in any two courses of English 140, 143, 146, 149, 155, 177 or 189. A student may receive this award once only.

  • Patrick Heffernan Memorial Scholarship
  • Patrick Heffernan Memorial Scholarship

    Donor: Mrs. Patricia Wieshlow (Heffernan)
    Value: $500
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to the student entering the second year of an undergraduate degree program with the highest GPA in Athabasca University courses (30 credits must be completed by June of the current year, up to 18 credits of which can be transfer credits).

  • Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarships
  • Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarships

    Donor: Government of Alberta
    Value: Varies
    Number Awarded: Varies

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    To commemorate the Queen’s visit to Alberta in May 2005, this scholarship is designed to reward the high level of achievement of students pursuing graduate studies who reside in the province of Alberta.

    To be eligible for this award students need to:
    - be enrolled as a full-time student in a graduate program,
    - be a Canadian Citizen or permanent resident and
    - be a resident of Alberta.

    Recipients are nominated by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

  • Ray and Loretta Lee Scholarship for New Canadians
  • Ray and Loretta Lee Scholarship for New Canadians

    Donor: Dr. Frits Pannekoek
    Value: $1500
    Number Awarded: 1

    The Ray and Loretta Lee Scholarship for New Canadians is intended to reward Bachelor of Arts degree program students who have demonstrated their commitment to pursuing and excelling in post-secondary studies at Athabasca University.

    Nomination Criteria:
    • Permanent Resident status declared on General Application form. Not open to Canadian citizens
    • Bachelor of Arts program student
    • Will have completed at least one, 3 credit course
    • Must have at least one, 3 credit course currently in progress

    Selection Criteria:
    • Highest number of AU credits completed
    • Highest cumulative GPA, minimum required is 3.6
    • May only receive the award once

    Awarded annually based on academic achievement July 1 of previous year to June 30 of current year

  • TD Insurance Meloche Monnex Award
  • TD Insurance Meloche Monnex Award

    Donor: TD Insurance Meloche Monnex
    Value: $1000
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually (July 1 of previous year to June 30 of current year) to the student who has completed and achieved the highest standing in FNCE 370. Only students who are Alberta residents and in an undergraduate degree program are eligible to be nominated.

  • Thomas Edge Scholarship
  • Thomas Edge Scholarship

    Donor: Athabasca University Student Academic Awards Fund
    Value: $500
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to the program student with the highest average in three AU courses from the following areas: Canadian Studies, Industrial Relations, Labour Studies, Native Studies, and Women's Studies.

  • Tim Byrne Memorial Scholarship
  • Tim Byrne Memorial Scholarship

    Donor: Tim Byrne Memorial Scholarship Fund
    Value: $1000
    Number Awarded: 1

    Awarded annually to the student in the project/thesis route of the Master of Distance Education degree program who displays academic excellence along with an outstanding thesis or project. The Master of Distance Education program recommends a student to the Academic Awards Committee of Academic Council.

    This scholarship fund recognizes the educational achievements of Athabasca University's first president, Mr. Tim Byrne, who died November 29, 1997. Mr Byrne's career as an educator with foresight and conviction led to the establishment of Athabasca University.

  • Wayne Blair Memorial Scholarship
  • Wayne Blair Memorial Scholarship

    Donor: Alberta Association of Media Awareness
    Value: $500
    Number Awarded: 1
    Annual Application Deadline: Disbursed October 15th

    Awarded annually (July 1 of previous year to June 30 of current year) to the student who has completed and achieved the highest standing in EDUC315. Minimum grade required is 3.6.

Updated January 15 2015 by Student & Academic Services

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