Awarded to a first year Associate of Arts or Science student returning to Selkirk College for second year. Preference to a student who is a family member of a Rotarian &/or who has participated in Interact, Rotaract, or as a Rotary exchange student. The recipient will have demonstrated “Service Above Self” as a volunteer in their community and may be expected to participate with the Rotary Club.
This award is presented to students in Associate of Arts and Associate of Sciences, University Transfer program. Please note that students enrolled in Commerce, Physical Education, Recreation Education and Nursing are not eligible.
This award is presented to a student from the Castlegar Campus, in any program, contributing to student spirit and making a positive contribution to the life at Selkirk College, with a GPA of 3.0 as a minimum.
This endowment was established to encourage excellence in Biology and continuing studies in related specialties and will be awarded to a student proceeding directly to Selkirk College from any high school within the College region. This student will have obtained the highest mark in Biology 12 and be enrolling into the Associate of Science program. To be eligible for year 2 of this scholarship, students must continue their full-time, consecutive enrolment in the study of Natural Sciences at Selkirk College and have maintained a minimum GPA of 3.33. Value of scholarship is $2000 per year
This award is presented to a student selected by Stanley Humphries Secondary School. The selection criteria is maintained by SHSS. The recipient will be a graduate of Stanely Humphries, with a high English grade, now attending Selkirk College.
This award is presented to a student who has completed one full year or more in Associate of Science or Engineering. The recipient will be a continuing student at Selkirk College or the University of British Columbia.
This award is presented to a full-time student showing extraordinary promise in English, with a particular emphasis on creative writing. Evaluation is based on the following criteria: 1) Originality in theme, style, and content. 2) Handling of the genre(s) in which the student is writing. 3) Proven ability in English. The competition is open to all English and Creative Writing students and will be adjudicated by the English Department.
An instructor is especially pleased when a student suddenly improves, advances, and discovers hidden talent. This award is designed specifically for the average student who suddenly excels. Each English teacher may submit as many applicants as deemed deserving. Each award winner is drawn at random.
First preference to a second year Associate of Science student majoring in biology who is also pursuing a career in Biology or Environmental Sciences. Second preference to a graduating student from the Contemporary Music and Technology program. Third preference to a student attending the Castlegar Campus.
This award is presented to a second-year Associates of Art/Science Student completing second year English courses and continuing on as an English Major. The award may be presented to a first year student if no second year student qualifies.
Awarded to a first year Associate of Arts or Science student taking Philosophy and/or Creative Writing and continuing into second year at Selkirk College. First preference to a student who has graduated from Stanley Humphries Secondary School.
This award is presented to a first year Associate of Arts/Associate of Science student continuing into second year at Selkirk College who shows extraordinary promise in English and Creative Writing with particular emphasis on Fictional Writing.
A scholarship for students who have completed a full year in at least two of the three following subject areas: Math, Chemistry, Physics, and Applied Science. The scholarship will be awarded to the student who has a high combined grade in these subject areas at the end of the first year, provided the student is studying full time at Selkirk College
This award is presented to a second year Associate of Arts or Science based on academic performance and financial need; graduating from a West Kootenay District high school (Trail, Castlegar, Salmo, South Slocan, Nakusp or New Denver) who intends to continue.
To a first or second year Associate of Arts or Science or Renewable Resources student pursuing a career in Engineering/Earth Science and continuing studies in that field. First preference would be to a student who has graduated from JL Crowe or Rossland Secondary.
A scholarship for students who have completed a full year of studies including at least two math, physics and/or statistics courses. The scholarship will be awarded to a student who has a high combined grade in math at the end of their first year, provided the student is returning to study full time at Selkirk College.
This award will be presented to Associate of Science students who have completed first year and are majoring in any biological discipline including ecology, plant, animal, human, cell, or molecular biology, and who are continuing full time studies at Selkirk College. The successful applicant must be registered in and continue in a minimum of two second year Biology courses for the Fall semester.
Awarded to a second year Associate Arts/Science student majoring in psychology and/or biology, continuing on to complete a degree. Preference to someone who has contributed to their community through service work.