Scholarships - Recognition of Student Involvement

Recognition of Student Involvement - Scholarships

 

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2022 GRADUATES

 

The Glenn Gavin Scholarships for Language and Culture


Glenn Gavin has generously created a fund for students who wish to pursue further studies in the fields of language and culture. This year two scholarships each worth $1,500 will be awarded. For information on how to apply, follow this link.

 

The Dr. Guthrie Memorial Scholarship 

 

This one-year scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student entering the first year of a university program in health studies i.e. Dr. of Medicine or Bachelor of Nursing Science.

The successful applicant must show financial need and high academic achievement.

Students from Quebec High School, St. Patrick’s High School, Dollard des Ormeaux High School, and Eastern Quebec Learning Centre are eligible to apply for this scholarship provided they have graduated from a CEGEP with the necessary prerequisites to enter university.

Application forms are available from the Guidance Department of Saint Lawrence Campus of Champlain Regional College.  All correspondence must be addressed to Citadel Foundation.

 

The P.W. Sims Award

 

This one-year scholarship is awarded to a P.W. Sims' student entering the first year of a University program in Business studies. The successful applicant must show outstanding academic achievement and show initiative and participation in extra-curricular activities (example: sports, community services, paid employment, leisure interests, etc.).

Application forms are available from the Guidance Department of Saint Lawrence Campus of Champlain Regional College.  All correspondence must be addressed to Citadel Foundation.

 

Beneva Awards

The Beneva Resilience Award (up to $2500)
Students may apply to this directly
Deadline May 16th (before midnight)

The Beneva Resilience Award will be granted to a St. Lawrence student who has demonstrated resilience. The student should be a full time student during the 2021-2022 academic year in good academic standing. 

The student needs to describe the personal challenges they faced and explain how they overcame them in order to succeed personally and academically. Challenges may be physical, resource related, psychological, academic, or other types of challenges. Examples may include positive coping strategies but need to show how the student addressed the challenge(s).

The completed application must include a description of the challenges overcome.

 

The Beneva Leadership Award (up to $2500)
Students must be nominated by a fellow student or by a College employee
Deadline May 16th (before midnight)

Student candidates for the award must be nominated by another student or staff member. 

The person nominating a student needs to submit a text (question 5 in this form) which explains why the candidate should be considered for the award. You must complete a form for every student you would like to nominate. 

The Beneva Leadership Award (two awards of up to $2500) will be granted to a St. Lawrence student who has demonstrated leadership. 

The student should be a full time student during the 2021-2022 academic year in good academic standing.  You need to describe the leadership role(s) they took and how it helped their fellow St. Lawrence students' well-being, personally and/or academically

Examples of leadership may be within or outside of the College context however examples need to show how the candidates’ actions had a positive impact on their student peers.

The Awards Committee will verify graduation status and grade requirements. (You can nominate even if you are unsure if a student meets the criteria.)