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Chancellor's Awards Of Nipissing University - 2019 Tuition Fees Waiver

1 month ago Science North Bay 4 views Tuition Fees: Yes Accommodation: No Travel Expense: No Monthly Stipend: No
Scholarship Details

Chancellor's Awards

$10 000; renewed at $3000

Awarded to two students entering full-time study in the Faculty of Arts and Science or the Faculty of Applied and Professional Studies. Applicants must have a minimum 85% average and show evidence of personal leadership activities: e.g. excellence in fine arts, writing, debating; excellence in science extracurricular activities beyond local school class requirements; and/or significant citizenship contributions to community or family. Recipients must also demonstrate financial need and be residents of Ontario as defined by OSAP. The scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years at $3,000 per year based on the maintenance of a minimum 85% average on their best 24 credits. Recipients of this award may not also hold a President's, Schulich, FIRST Robotics or Carl Sanders scholarship. Complete the application found in the "high school students" section of the Student Financial Services Forms and Applications website.

Faculty of Arts and Science
University Description
The roots of Nipissing University date back to 1947, when residents of North Bay formed a committee with the goal of establishing a university within the city. The 1958 Northeastern University Committee continued their efforts in the following years. By 1960, Northeastern University was established[4] and for a short time in 1960-61, the institution offered first year university courses in Arts, Science, and Commerce in facilities provided by a local Catholic boys' high school. However, Northeastern University's application to the Ontario Ministry of Education for a degree-granting university charter was denied on February 28, 1961, and the classes ended shortly thereafter.