Bachelor of Nursing Student Awards

Year Award Prize Criteria
1 Jack & Evelyn Gabel Memorial Scholarship $5000.00 Awarded based on academic merit to the student with the highest overall performance in the Pre Nursing Year and accepted into BN program.
1 Jack & Evelyn Gabel Memorial Scholarship $5000.00 Awarded based on academic merit to the student with the highest overall performance in the Pre Nursing Year and accepted into BN program
1 Jack & Evelyn Gabel Memorial Scholarship $5000.00 Awarded based on academic merit to the student with the highest overall performance in the Pre Nursing Year and accepted into BN program
1 General Proficiency Scholarship in First Year Health Studies $300.00 Highest standing in first year Health Studies.
1 & 2 Brandon Lions Club Bursary $300.00 Based on financial need.  Students must apply.
2 Brandon Lions Club Bursary $300.00 Based on financial need.  Students must apply.
2 Dorothy E. (Davis) Stewart Memorial Bursary $3,370.00 Outstanding clinical and academic achievement in Year 2 and enrolled in Year 3.
2 Dorothy E. (Davis) Stewart Memorial Bursary $3,370.00 Outstanding clinical and academic achievement in Year 2 and enrolled in Year 3.  Financial need.
2 John R. Brodie Scholarship $300.00 Overall achievement academically and clinically in area of critical thinking and clinical judgment in Year 2. Enrolled in Year 3.
2 Western Medical Clinic Medical Corporation Prize $500.00 Outstanding nurse/patient communication in Year 2. Enrolled in Year 3.
2 Dr. and Mrs. F. K. Purdie & Family Scholarship $3,940.00 Outstanding proficiency in bedside nursing in Year 2. Enrolled in Year 3.
2 Reesor Prize Watch Highest GPA in nursing courses in Year 2. Enrolled in Year 3.
2 Dr. N. Demchuk, Memorial Scholarship in Nursing $735.00 BN student who has the highest standing in Year 2 Nursing courses and proceeding to Year 3.
2 Marion C. Hannah Memorial Bursary in Nursing $500.00 Successfully completed Nursing Foundations I and Nursing Foundations II. Based on financial need.
2 General Proficiency Scholarship in Second Year Health Studies $300.00 Provided by Brandon University for the student with the highest standing in Second Year Health Studies.
2 Dave Balance ACT Memorial Scholarship $1825.00 BN or BScPN student from Western Manitoba who has achieved academic distinction in Year 2.
2 or 3 Dr. James and Mrs. Lucille Brown Bursary $1160.00 To be awarded to a full-time student who is registered in Year 2 or 3 of a program of studies within Health Studies with a financial need.
2 or 3 Dr. Michael J. Samuels Memorial Nursing Award $340 To be awarded to a student who has completed Year 2 or Year 3 of the BN program and who has demonstrated clinical excellence in the area of surgical nursing.
2 or 3 The Margaret B. Bruce Scholarship/Bursary $300 Awarded on the basis of academic performance and financial need, to a Manitoba student who has completed at least 30 credit hours towards the BN program.  Preference given to a rural MB student.
2 or 3 Jo-Ann Turner Memorial Nursing Bursary $750 To be awarded, on the basis of financial need, to a student in Year 2 or 3 of the Bachelor of Nursing program.
3 Dorothy E. (Davis) Stewart Memorial Bursary $3,370.00 Demonstrated outstanding clinical and academic achievement in Year 3. Enrolled in or completed Year 4. Financial need.
3 Dorothy E. (Davis) Stewart Memorial Bursary $3,370.00 Demonstrated outstanding clinical and academic achievement in Year 3. Enrolled in or completed Year 4. Financial need.
3 Avery and Mabel Harrison Scholarship $400.00 Demonstrated overall high scholastic and clinical achievement in nursing care in Year 3 of the BN program. Enrolled in Year 4.
3 Rotary Club of Brandon Award $200.00 Outstanding nurse-client communication in Year 3. Enrolled in or completed Year 4.
3 Brandon Regional Health Centre Auxiliary Bursary $3,000.00 Based on financial need. Students must apply. Completed Year 2 and enrolled in Year 3.
3 Brandon Regional Health Centre Auxiliary Bursary $3,000.00 Based on financial need. Students must apply. Completed Year 2 and enrolled in Year 3.
3 Dr. Noel and Dr. Doreen Joubert Scholarship $1,145.00 Demonstrated ethical practice, compassion and clinical excellence in the area of maternal and child nursing in Year 3 of the Bachelor of Nursing program and enrolled in Year 4.
3 ACT Brandon Club Scholarship $2,155.00 Either BN or BScPN Program
Completed Year 3 of their respective program who is actively involved in student association activities and must have achieved academic distinction with a degree grade point average of 3.5 or greater.
3 BUAA and Mrs. Kay Gardner Undergraduate Scholarship $1,000.00 To be awarded to an outstanding student entering the final year of a Health Studies program.
3 Brandon University Alumni Association Award $2,000.00 To be awarded to a student entering final year of either a B.Sc.P.N. or B.N. degree program, who has a minimum 3.0 g.p.a. and has a financial need.
3 Brandon University Faculty Association Scholarship $750.00 To be awarded to a full-time student of academic distinction in the Faculty of Health Studies who is registered in the final year of their baccalaureate degree at Brandon University.
3 General Proficiency Scholarship in Third Year Health Studies $300.00 Provided by Brandon University for the student with the highest standing in Third Year Health Studies.
3 Helen Jones Scholarship-Bursary in Nursing $475.00 To be awarded on the basis of financial need to a student who has demonstrated outstanding clinical achievement in the area of Palliative Care Nursing in Year 3.
3 The Dr. Jack Findlay Memorial Scholarship $200.00 To be awarded to a student who has completed Yr 3 who has demonstrated clinical excellence in the area of obstetrical nursing.
2, 3, 4 The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company Scholarship/Bursary in Nursing $1250.00 To be awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit to full time students who are entering year 2 or later of BN program.  Students must apply.
2, 3, 4 The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company Scholarship/Bursary in Nursing $1250.00 To be awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit to full time students who are entering year 2 or later of BN program.  Students must apply.
2,3,4 The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company Scholarship/Bursary in Nursing $1250.00 To be awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit to full time students who are entering year 2 or later of BN program.  Students must apply.
2,3,4 The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company Scholarship/Bursary in Nursing $1250.00 To be awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit to full time students who are entering year 2 or later of BN program.  Students must apply.
3 or 4 Foundation for Registered Nurses of Manitoba Bursary $945.00 Based on financial need and academic merit to a full-time student who is enrolled in the BN Program at Brandon University.  Students must apply.
3 or 4 Foundation for Registered Nurses of Manitoba Bursary $945.00 Based on financial need and academic merit to a full-time student who is enrolled in the BN Program at Brandon University.  Students must apply.
3 or 4 Foundation for Registered Nurses of Manitoba Bursary $945.00 Based on financial need and academic merit to a full-time student who is enrolled in the BN Program at Brandon University.  Students must apply.
4 A.L. Kerr Scholarship $300.00 Demonstrated high proficiency in the community clinical area and who has completed Year 4 of the BN program.
4 Gold (Highest Standing) $600.00 Overall high scholastic and clinical achievement through 4 years of the program. Completed Year 4.
4 Silver (2nd Highest Standing) $400.00 Overall high scholastic and clinical achievement through 4 years of the program. Completed Year 4.
4 Bronze(3rd Highest Standing) $200.00 Overall high scholastic and clinical achievement through 4 years of the program. Completed Year 4.
4 ARNM Medal of Excellence Medal Awarded to the student with the highest GPA and who has excelled clinically throughout their program.
4 Betty Mitchell Memorial Scholarship in Palliative Care Nursing $700.00 To be awarded upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Health Studies: a) the student must have shown exceptional ability to care for the body, mind and spirit of dying persons and their families during a clinical practicum course; b) preference will be given to a self-directed graduating student who has demonstrated initiative, understanding and a deep level of commitment to the goals of palliative care.