Scholarships and Awards
Lt.-Colonel William B. Brockway Memorial Prize
Awards: 1; Value: $100.
Awarded to the student who obtains the highest standing in 6 credit hours of introductory Religion courses (86:155, 86:156, 86:160, 86:161).
Edna Brockway Memorial Prize
Awards: 1; Value: $100.
Awarded to the student who obtains the highest standing in 6 credit hours of senior Religion courses.
Murray Simmons Memorial Scholarship
Awards: 1; Value: $430.
Awarded to the student who obtains the highest standing (at least B+ average) in 6 credit hours of Biblical study (86:256, 86:258, 86:259, 86:369, 86:HEB:101, 86:GRK:102).
Mary Stott – McMillan Scholarship in Religion
Awards: 1; Value: $625.
Awarded to the Third-Year student who obtains the highest standing in Religion amongst those proceeding to Fourth-Year studies in Religion.
A.J.D. Milton Memorial Scholarship in Ancient Languages
Awards: 1; Value: $700.
Awarded to a student, upon the recommendation of the instructor, who has achieved high standing in the study of an ancient language. Students may receive this award twice, for different languages.
Dr. W.H. Hargreaves-Mawdsley Third-Year Scholarship
Awards: 3; Value: $885.
Awarded to Second-Year students proceeding to Third-Year studies and who have achieved high academic standing, who are majoring in English, History, Philosophy or Religion, and who have not less than a ‘B+’ average in the major area of study. Other things being equal, preference will be given to History majors, who have specialized in European History.
Harold Vidal Memorial Scholarships in the Humanities
Awards: 4; Value: $1,500.
Awarded on Departmental recommendation to students entering their Fourth-Year who have achieved high academic standing (at least 3.0 g.p.a.) in their majors. Two of the scholarships will be reserved for students entering the Fourth-Year in English. One of the scholarships will be reserved for a student entering the Fourth-Year in Languages. The remaining scholarship will be given to a student entering the Fourth-Year in either History, Native Studies, Philosophy or Religion. In the event that there are no eligible students in English or Languages, the scholarships reserved for these areas will be given to eligible students in other designated areas.
Silver Medal Awards
One awarded to either a Third-Year or Fourth-Year graduate. To be eligible, students must satisfy the following conditions: 1) be a major or minor in the area in question; 2) have taken at least 24 credit hours in that area; and 3) not have won a Silver Medal in that area before. Normally, Silver Medal winners will have a g.p.a. of at least 3.50 in the courses taken in the area in question. The recipient of the Silver Medal must be a May graduate or a previous Fall or January graduate.