Entrance Awards and Bursaries
Entrance awards are given to outstanding students entering a full-time Camosun College credential program. All Entrance awards are adjudicated on a competitive basis. Entrance bursaries are given to students entering full time studies at Camosun College. Entrance bursaries are normally based on financial need and additional criteria.
Selection is based on academic standing or financial need and on additional criteria as outlined on the award specific information. Other factors may be taken into consideration such as participation in school activities, community involvement and demonstrated leadership qualities. Where applicable, these additional criteria are listed under the award information.
Only successful award and bursary applicants are notified.
Knowledge First Foundation Entrance Award Value: $1,000 per award
1 award available
The Knowledge First Foundation is a not-for-profit Canadian Corporation and one of the country's leading providers of group registered education savings plans (RESPs). Founded in 1965 by a group of educators and professionals committed to supporting post-secondary education in Canada, Knowledge First Foundation has been sponsoring education savings plans for the benefit of Canadian families for almost 50 years.
Camosun College was selected because many of the students who benefit from a Knowledge First RESP attend Camosun. Going forward, Knowledge First will continue to consider the school choices (e.g. Camosun College) their students make when allocating RESP payments.
Peninsula Co-op Entrance Awards Value: $1,000 per award
6 awards available
Peninsula Co-op Entrance Awards are awarded to high school students who are entering a full-time post-secondary program in the Fall semester at Camosun, and who have attained outstanding academic achievement upon graduation of high school. In addition to outstanding academic achievement, you or a family member must have an active Peninsula Co-op membership and must have contributed to your community and/or high school in a significant way through volunteer or extra-curricular activities.
Shirley & Harvey Pinch Entrance Award Value: $1,000 per award
6 awards available
The Shirley & Harvey Pinch Entrance Award is a non-repayable award that recognizes outstanding academic achievement upon high school graduation to students entering full-time studies in the Fall semester with the School of Business at Camosun College. The award is adjudicated on a competitive basis.
Dr. Liz Ashton High Performance Sport Award Value: $500 per award
1 award available
This award recognizes the athletic achievements of a student entering a program in the Camosun Centre for Sport & Exercise Education. Open to student athletes.
Heather Lewis Associate of Arts and Science Entrance Scholarship Value: varies annually
1 award each: Arts or Science
The Associate Degree Entrance Scholarships acknowledge high academic achievement and are given to high school students enrolled to begin studies in the Fall semester with the School of Arts & Science, Camosun.
Canadian Hospitality Foundation Entrance Scholarship Value: $3,000 per award
1 award: Hospitality/Hotel/Tourism
This scholarship opportunity is presented to high school students in their final year who are enrolling at Camosun College in September 2016 in a minimum two-year college diploma program in one of the eligible areas of study. Applicants must demonstrate leadership, ability to cooperate with others, extra-curricular activities, a desirable academic record based on grade point average, and professional promise.
Princess Auto Foundation Trades Entrance Bursaries
The Princess Auto Foundation (PAF) is committed to enhancing education and providing opportunities to future tradespeople and believes strongly in providing funding to trades students who may not otherwise be able to attend college due to their financial circumstances. The PAF is pleased to support eligible Camosun trades students through the provision of a maximum of five $5,000 bursaries. Annual availability of this award may vary, depending on funds received from the donor.