Presented annually to a full-time second, third or fourth year student enrolled in the Computer Science program with a minimum average of 70%. The recipient must demonstrate financial need and be a resident of Ontario as defined by OSAP.
Presented annually to 3 full-time, first year students who have a minimum admission average of 80%. Preference is given to students who are the child or spouse of a corporate employee or dealer (Northern district) of Mac's Convenience Inc. or Northmar Distributors.
Presented annually to a full-time, Faculty of Applied & Professional Studies student enrolled in his/her second year with a minimum first year average of 80% on a minimum of 18 credits, who at the time of admission was admissible as a mature student. Preference is given to students who are the child or spouse of a corporate employee or dealer (Northern district) of Mac's Convenience Inc. or Northmar Distributors.
Presented to a full-time student on the basis of academic merit (minimum 70%) deemed most deserving by the department of Computer Science and Mathematics. The recipient must also demonstrate financial need and be a resident of Ontario as defined by OSAP.
Presented annually to a full-time second, third or fourth year student enrolled in either Computer Science, the Bachelor of Business Administration (Technology Management) program or the Bachelor of Science - Environmental Biology and Technology program with a minimum average of 75%.
Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards: in-course
(Based only on academics)
In-course scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit to full-time undergraduate students who have completed at least one full year of study at Nipissing University. Generally, an application is not required. Students must be registered to receive a scholarship, which is generally paid out in January. Weighted grades are used to determine eligibility for a scholarship; please check this section to confirm eligibility requirements for specific programs.
(Based on financial need and/or other criteria)
Provided to students on the basis of financial need or some combination of extra-curricular involvement, academics, demonstrated leadership ability, volunteerism or other similar criterion plus financial need. To demonstrate financial need, students must self-identify by applying for any/all of the following: OSAP (or other government student loan program), the Web Bursary Program, or the Work Study program.
Separate applications are not generally required for most of our bursaries and awards; if you feel you will require some additional financial assistance during the fall and winter session simply complete the online Web Bursary application which can be found on Web Advisor the month of October (it is due November 1). As part of our committment to the Student Access Guarantee, bursary assistance may be provided, if warranted, to ensure that tuition and book costs are met.
To find more information on the bursaries and awards offered at Nipissing University, please complete the chart, below.
Nipissing University assumes liability for the payment of scholarships, bursaries and other awards only to the extent that expected gifts from donors or returns from particular investments of endowed funds are realized. The University reserves the right to make whatever changes circumstances may require, including the amendment of monetary value, selection criteria and the cancellation of particular awards. Information on the current status of any of these may be obtained by contacting the Student Awards and Financial Aid Office or by visiting the Nipissing University website at www.nipissingu.ca/studentfinancialservices.
Students who feel that their individual circumstances are not being fairly considered when determining eligibility for the aforementioned scholarships, bursaries and awards have the right to submit a written appeal explaining their circumstances to the Undergraduate Services and Awards Committee.