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Scholarships and Bursaries

C100: John Small Memorial Award

Open to students in the School of Media, the School of Creative Arts & Animation and the Creative Advertising program. The recipient produces high-quality work and demonstrates a strong understanding of program concepts. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons residing in Ontario and have demonstrated financial need. The recipient will be recommended by faculty. This is awarded in memory of Seneca professor John Small.

C101: The Bruce Cane Bursary

Award to assist a deserving student in the Broadcasting – Radio, Broadcasting – Television, Event and Media Production or Journalism program within the School of Media. Candidates should demonstrate enthusiasm and commitment to their studies and be in good academic standing.

C103: NEWSTALK2010 Scholarship

Awarded to the most outstanding student in the second year of the Broadcasting - Radio program.

C104: The FAN 590 Award

Awarded to a student in the Broadcasting - Radio program. Selection is made by faculty. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C105: The Norn Garriock Award

Awarded to a student completing the second semester of the Broadcasting - Radio and Television program. Selection of the candidate will be done by the faculty based on academic standing and personal qualities.

C106: The Bob Hesketh Memorial Award

The Bob Hesketh Memorial Award is a tuition scholarship offered to students registered in the Journalism program within the School of Media. The recipient will have a good academic standing, be hardworking and fair-minded in pursuit of their journalistic work, and be able to write clearly, succinctly and with a sense of humour. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, and Ontario residents with demonstrated financial need. Recommendation is made by faculty.

C107: The Ross McCreath Scholarship

Awarded to a student in the second year of the Broadcasting - Radio and Television program. The recipient will be recommended by the Faculty. Selection will be based on academic standing, proficiency in radio and television studies, with an emphasis on marketing and sales in their work experience. As well, the recipient should exhibit a philanthropic spirit that characterized Ross McCreath's career.

C109: The Chuck "Spider" Jones Award

Awarded to assist a student in the Broadcasting - Radio and Television program.

C110: Azeem Kayum Special Needs Scholarship

Awarded to a special needs student graduating from any full-time programs at Seneca, with preference given to students within the School of Media. The recipient of this award will have demonstrated strong academic abilities along with a persevering and winning disposition.

C111: Peter Weis Bursary Fund

A bursary in support of Seneca's Creative Advertising program. The recipient will be recommended by faculty based on the following criteria: 

  • enrolled in the Creative Advertising program
  • academic achievement and completion of the program's first year
  • a commitment and desire in pursuit of their education and career goals
  • demonstrated leadership and involvement
  • demonstrated financial need

Preference is given to a student who shows potential as an art director. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and demonstrated financial need.

C112: Michael Monty Memorial Bursary Fund

Bursary open to students in their first year of the Broadcasting - Radio, Broadcasting - Television, Journalism or Event Media Production programs. The recipient will be selected by faculty and exemplify the philanthropic spirit characterized by Michael Monty's distinguished career based upon the following criteria:

  • student enrolled in their first year of the Broadcasting - Radio, Television, Journalism or Event and Media Production programs
  • sound academic standing with proficiency in one of the above programs
  • emphasis on the ability to tell a story both orally, written and visually

Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and demonstrated financial need.

C113: Synergy Media Studios Scholarship

Awarded to students registered full time in Seneca's Pre-Media (Media & Communications Fundamentals) program. Selection will be based on successful academic achievement, a commitment and desire to continue their education in Communication Arts and career in the Communications/Media industry, along with demonstrated leadership and involvement.

C116: Drew Hayden Taylor Premier's Awards Bursary

Awarded to an Aboriginal student with high academic standing in Radio - Broadcasting, TV - Broadcasting, Journalism, or Documentary and non-Fiction Media Production.

C117: TSN Radio/Seneca Student Federation Endowed Award

An award is given to a full-time student, who is enrolled in the Broadcasting - Radio program within the School of Media. The recipient will achieve excellence in on-air radio broadcasting and have demonstrated financial need. The selection of a recipient will be made by faculty members. Preferences will be given to minorities or students with a disability.

C118: Campaign for Students Bursary for the Faculty of Communication, Art and Design

Awarded to students in the Faculty of Communication, Art and Design who demonstrate financial need and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons and a resident of Ontario. Recipients will be selected by the Awards Committee.

C123: Follett Award -School of Creative Arts & Animation

Awarded to a full-time student in the second year of  diploma program or advanced diploma program within the School of Creative Arts & Animation. The recipient will have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and demonstrate financial need. Selection will be made by the Awards Committee

C201: School of Computer Studies Bursary

Awarded to assist a student registered in any program in the School of Information and Communications Technology. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons residing in Ontario and have demonstrated financial need.

C202: Candy Man-Yi Memorial Award

Awarded to assist a student registered in Computer Studies. First consideration will be given to a student whose parent(s) is an employee of the Ministry of Government Services.

C204: Laura Flanagan Memorial Award, (CNS, CTY, CTYC programs)

Established by the Computer Studies Student Council as a tribute to Laura Flanagan, Chair, School of Computer Studies, dedicated teacher and friend to all that knew her at Seneca, this award is open to any student currently enrolled full time in any of the following programs with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5:

  • Computer Networking and Technical Support
  • Computer Systems Technology

Applicants must demonstrate a unique or outstanding contribution towards college life/student life or community work in a volunteer capacity.

This is a Student Leadership Award. For information and how to apply, please visit the Student Leadership Awards website.

C205: Laura Flanagan Memorial Award, (CPA, CPD, CPAC Programs)

Established by the Computer Studies Student Council as a tribute to Laura Flanagan, Chair, School of Computer Studies, dedicated teacher and friend to all that knew her at Seneca, this award is open to any student currently enrolled full time in any of the following programs with a minimum GPA of 2.5 cumulative.

  • Computer Programming and Analysis
  • Computer Programmer

Applicants must demonstrate a unique or outstanding contribution towards college life/student life or community work in a volunteer capacity.

This is a Student Leadership Award. For information and how to apply, please visit the Student Leadership Awards website.

C207: James Kinsey Smith Memorial Award

An award to assist a full-time student who has demonstrated severe hearing loss of higher than 90 decibels (proof will be required), and is enrolled (but not in the final year of) a program and is returning to Seneca in the following semester. Recipient will demonstrate excellent academic standing like Jim who was an outstanding student in the Computer Programming and Analysis Program. Preference will be given to a student who is in the School of Information and Communications Technology. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C208: Karen and Ross Mason Computer Studies Award

Awarded to students in computer studies programs who demonstrate academic achievement, are returning to Seneca the following semester. Students will be judged upon their participation as student mentors, industry event volunteers, active class participants, etc. Students must have a positive effect on the program. At least one award will be given to a female student, and one to a male student. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C209: Amsdell Scholarship

Awarded to students enrolled in the School of Information & Communications Technology. Selection is made by faculty members based on academic achievement. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C210: Cogeco Data Services/Seneca Student Federation Endowed Award

This award will be given to a full-time student enrolled in any academic program within the School of Information and Communications Technology. Selection will be based on high academic standing based on GPA and demonstrated financial need. The selection of a recipient will be made by faculty members.

C213: Hyatt Family Foundation Women's Award - IFS

This award is given to a female student enrolled full time in the Bachelor of Technology - Informatics and Security program who is returning to Seneca in the fall semester. Selection will be based on high academic standing (minimum GPA of 3.0) and demonstrated financial need. The selection of a recipient will be recommended by faculty. The award will be credited to the student’s account in the following fall semester.

C214: Hyatt Family Foundation Women's Award - BSD

This award is given to a female student enrolled full time in the Bachelor of Technology -  Software Development program, who is returning to Seneca in the fall semester. Selection will be based on high academic standing (minimum GPA of 3.0) and demonstrated financial need. The selection of a recipient will be recommended by faculty. The award will be credited to the student’s account in the following fall semester.

C215: Hyatt Family Foundation Women in Technology Award

This award is given to a female student enrolled full time to the Computer Programming & Analysis, Computer Networking & Technical Support or Computer Programmer program, who is returning to Seneca in the fall semester. Selection will be based on high academic standing (minimum GPA of 3.0) and demonstrated financial need. The selection of a recipient will be recommended by faculty. The award will be credited to the student’s account in the following fall semester.

C302: Ecole Polytechnique Bursary

Established by Seneca in memory of the female students slain at the Ecole Polytechnique in December 1989, this fund will provide one award to assist a deserving female student enrolled in any program within the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering Technology. Selection is made by the Awards Committee.

C303: Schools of Technology Bursary

Awarded to assist a student registered in any technology program. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons residing in Ontario and have demonstrated financial need. Selection is made by the Awards Committee.

C304: University Women's Club of North York Award - Technology

Awarded to assist a domestic, non-graduating, female student in any multi-year Applied Science & Engineering Technology program. Eligible students will have demonstrated financial need, maintained academic achievement (a minimum GPA of 3.0) and shown evidence of participation within Seneca (extra-curricular activities) and/or the community at large. Selection is made by the Awards Committee.

C305: Canadian Healthcare Engineering Society (CHES) Award

An endowed bursary open to first- or second-year Seneca students enrolled in Seneca's Centre for the Built Environment, Building Systems Engineering Technology program. One or two bursaries will be granted each year. The recipient will be recommended by the faculty based on demonstrated academic achievement. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, and Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C306: Greater Toronto Sewer and Watermain Contractors Association Bursary

Awarded to one student in second year and two students in third year in the full-time Civil Engineering Technology (CVT) program. The recipients will have achieved high academic standing and are avidly engaged with course material or assignments related to sewer and watermain studies. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need. The recipient will be recommended by faculty.

C308: Seneca Alumni Association/OACETT Engineering Technology Endowed Bursary

Awarded to a full-time student enrolled in year one, two or three of an OACETT recognized engineering or applied science technology program (see attached list) who best exemplifies the following key precepts related to integrity and professionalism in the practice of engineering technology:

  • a desire, willingness and passion to learn
  • outstanding "team player" qualities
  • contributions to the program's success by assuming a leadership role and helping others
  • exudes a positive attitude and commitment
  • seeks innovative ideas and solutions

Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need. Selection will be made by faculty members based on criteria.

C309: Mary James Dawson Memorial Bursary

This award is given to a graduating student of one of the Building Environment Systems Class I and II certificates or Building Environment Systems Facility Manager certificate programs. The recipient will have a commitment to volunteer services with disadvantaged groups in the community. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need. The selection of a recipient will be made by faculty members.

C310: HCAT/ Seneca Student Federation Endowed Scholarship

The award is given to a full-time student, who is enrolled in any three-year Civil Engineering Technology program within the Centre for the Built Environment. The recipient will have a minimum GPA of 2.5, have completed two HCAT work terms and demonstrate strong foundation in engineering knowledge, excellent technical and communication skills, and professional attitudes geared towards success in the industry. The selection of a recipient will be made by faculty members and a representative of HCAT.

C312: Campaign for Students' Bursary for the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Technology

Awarded to students in the faculty of applied science and engineering technology who demonstrate financial need and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons and a resident of Ontario. Recipients will be selected by the Awards Committee.

C313: HATCH Engineering Technologist Scholarship

This award is open to students enrolled full time in the first and second year of Seneca's Civil Engineering Technology program. Students will apply during their first or second year of the program. Up to two recipients will be selected upon completion of their first year and up to four recipients will be selected upon completion of their second year. The latter may include two renewal scholarships from successful recipients from the prior year, should the candidates secure a minimum GPA of 3.0 in their second year of study. Disbursement of the award will be applied to the students' accounts in September following their application.

This award will also include a Work-Integrated Program placement at HATCH. First-year recipients will be placed with HATCH for the summer semester between year one and two of their studies. Second-year recipients will be placed for the summer between year two and three of their studies. The length and terms of this placement shall be negotiated between HATCH and the candidate.

C401: The Air Flight Technology Award

This award will be presented to a student who has demonstrated the greatest academic improvement through semesters one and two of the Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology program. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need. The recipient will be chosen by the professors of the school.

C402: The Global Aerospace Underwriting Managers (Canada) Ltd. Award

This award will be given to one Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology student in second, third or fourth year as recommended by the safety officer and agreed on by the flight line staff and faculty. The recipient will have displayed initiative in promoting safety for pilots and aircraft at Seneca. They may have displayed this creativity by co-ordinating efforts of others to achieve their safety goals, publishing articles for Flight Safety Review and/or encouraging others’ involvement. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C407: The Frasca International Award

One or more awards are presented to students who have achieved among the highest overall marks in the Commercial Pilot Written and Flight Test, Instrument Rating Written and Flight Test and the Multi Engine Flight test. He or she will have also demonstrated the effective use of resources available such as computer assisted training and flight simulators. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C408: The William Kent Davidge Memorial Award

One or more awards each given to a student graduating from the Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology program. Selection will be based on good all-around performance in the program with emphasis on the student's enthusiasm and dedication to a career in aviation.

C410: The Sheryl Lee Memorial Award

One or more awards will be given to one or more deserving students in the Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology program upon completion who has clearly demonstrated continuous best effort in mastering the skills and knowledge necessary to become a successful professional pilot. The recipient must, as Sheryl did on so many occasions, also have displayed the willingness to motivate and help others achieve their highest potential in the aviation program. Students are encouraged to provide input into the choosing of the recipient, with faculty making the final decision.

C412: The Gerry Pinder Award

This award will be given to a graduate who shows the greatest overall improvement in their flying, academics and personal development during their academic career in the Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology program. This award recognizes the importance that Gerry placed in aiming for and attaining excellence in every aspect of one's life.

C413: The Frank Rock Award

One or more awards to students who are judged by the faculty and the chair of the School of Aviation to have the greatest competence and commanded the most respect for his/her contribution to the Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology program. The award includes the inscription of the recipient's name on the Frank Rock plaque displayed at Seneca, as well as a personal plaque commemorating the event.

C415: The J.E. Waters Award

This award is distributed based on the following criteria:

  1. to assist a student registered in the Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology program who excelled in the academics of semesters one and two
  2. to be awarded to a deserving semester student who consistently maintains a high standard in flying and academics
  3. to be awarded to a deserving graduate who was able to achieve a high standard in flying through pure hard work and has demonstrated this on completion of his/her commercial pilot's license.

C416: The Ted Brown Memorial Bursary

The award is given to a student enrolled in the Bachelor of Aviation Technology program. The recipient will be recommended by faculty based on their above-average dedication, compassion and caring nature, along with demonstrated leadership and involvement in Seneca's student life. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C417: Russ Bannock Award

Awarded to a student enrolled in the School of Aviation & Flight Technology program. Eligible students must demonstrate academic achievement, leadership, involvement in student life and participate in varsity athletics. Selection is based on faculty recommendation.

C418: Gordon T. Aust Memorial Scholarship

One award will be presented to a graduate of the Bachelor of Aviation Technology program, as recommended by faculty based on their willingness to help others achieve in the program; a high level of skill, flying and academics; and their participation in school activities. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C419: Cynthia Hoi-Mei Tsang Memorial Award

One award will be given to a current, third- or fourth-year Flight Degree Program student who demonstrates overall academic excellence with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. The student will also demonstrate an active involvement in the aviation community. Preference will be given to a previous member of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C420: Aramark Memorial Flight Program Award

The student must demonstrate overall academic excellence with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. The student will also demonstrate an active involvement in the aviation community and financial need, as determined by the Financial Aid Office.

C421: Andrew Archer Memorial Scholarship

To be awarded to a graduating student enrolled in the Bachelor of Applied Technology - Flight Program, with demonstrated mission completion attributes, excellence in practical flying skills, a willingness to motivate his or her peers and act as a mentor, along with a love of flying. Selection will be made by the chair, faculty and staff.

C423: Lloyd Cripps Memorial Awards

One award will be given to a graduating student in the Flight Degree Program. Eligible students must demonstrate strong academic standing, flight line standards, leadership skills and have an active involvement in community services. Recommendation is made by faculty members based on the stated criteria.

C424: Elsie MacGill Northern Lights Pinnacle Scholarship

Awarded to a graduating female student in the Bachelor of Aviation Degree Program. The recipient must demonstrate high academic standing, flight line achievement and standards, participate in extracurricular activities and be an exemplary role model within her program. The recipient actively supports and promotes the success of her colleagues. Recommendation is made by faculty members.

C502: Apotex Inc. Scholarship

Awarded to a student in the Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs & Quality Operations program based on high academic standing, demonstrated interest in the pharmaceutical industry and participation in community volunteerism. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need. Selection is made by faculty members.

C503: The BIO-Sanofi Biotechnology Scholarship

A scholarship for a final year student enrolled in a three-year Biotechnology diploma program. The funds for this award were donated by the U.S. Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and Aventis Pasteur Limited.

C506: Glaxosmithkline Award

Award will be given to a student enrolled in their final year of the Biotechnology - Advanced program who has achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons residing in Ontario and have demonstrated financial need.

C507: The Margaret Prunty Award

Awarded to a student in a Biological Sciences program who has shown the most improvement in their course of study.

C509: Arthur Merifield Memorial Bursary

Awarded to a second-year student enrolled in the School of Biological Sciences & Applied Chemistry who has shown sound academic standing with demonstrated passion and achievement in the area of mathematics, has above-average dedication, is compassion and caring and has demonstrated financial need. Selection is made by faculty members.

C510: Andrew R. Crow Achievement Award

Awarded to students who are enrolled in the School of Biological Sciences & Applied Chemistry. Recipients will have above average dedication to their education and demonstrated financial need. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons and Ontario residents with demonstrated financial need.

C511: Bertie Friedlander Memorial Award

Awarded to a full-time student who is enrolled in the Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs & Quality Operations program in the fall semester. The recipient will achieve academic excellence and demonstrate financial need.

C603: Stantec Bursary

Awarded to full-time students enrolled in the Civil Engineering Technology Program. Recipients will be recommended by faculty based upon demonstrated leadership and involvement in Seneca's student life. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, and Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C605: Brookfield Building Systems Engineering Technology Award

Awarded to a student in Building Systems Engineering Technician Work-Integrated Learning program (two year) or the Mechanical Engineering Technology, Building Sciences program (three year). Recipient will be recommended by faculty based on high academic standing, demonstrated leadership, teamwork capabilities, willingness to help classmate and successful completion of a Work-Integrated Learning placement with Brookfield Office Properties. Preference will be given to a student who acts as an ambassador for the program and who participates in industry events and initiatives. Past award recipients are not eligible to apply.

C606: Stantech Scholarship

Awarded to a second-year, full-time student enrolled in the Civil Engineering Technology program. Selection is based on high academic achievement (minimum GPA of 3.3) and demonstrated leadership and involvement in student life.

C607: North American Telecommunications Damage Prevention Award

Awarded to a full-time student in the Civil Engineering Technician or Civil Engineering Technology program who has a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, has a passion for learning, is a creative thinker, a team player and demonstrates financial need. Applicants must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons. They will be requested to write 500 words about safe excavation practices, focusing on damage prevention methods to protect the national communications network. The recommendation is made by faculty members.

C802A: Fire Protection Programs Bursaries - Thomas Chiang SFPE Memorial Bursary

Bursaries to assist students in the Fire Protection Technician and Technology programs. Selection is made by faculty members. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C802B: Fire Protection Programs Bursaries - SimplexGrinnell

Bursaries to assist students in the Fire Protection Technician and Technology programs. Selection is made by faculty members. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C802C: Fire Protection Programs Bursaries - Canadian Fire Alarm Association

Bursaries to assist students in the Fire Protection Technician and Technology programs. Selection is made by faculty members. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C802D: Fire Protection Programs Bursaries - Siemens Building Technologies

Bursaries to assist students in the Fire Protection Technician and Technology programs. Selection is made by faculty members. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C804: Viking Fire Protection Inc. Award

One award at $500 for a first year student, one for $1,000 for a second- or third-year student. Eligible students must be enrolled in either the Fire Protection Engineering Technician or Fire Protection Engineering (Work-Integrated Learning) programs, plus have demonstrated academic excellence and community involvement.

C805: Derek Gruchy Fire Protection Excellence Scholarship

One award will be given to a graduating student in the Fire Protection Engineering Technology program who is enrolled in the “Human Behaviour in Fire” course. The recipient will have a minimum GPA of 3.5 or higher, exhibit a strong work ethic, good written communications, problem-solving skills and an overall commitment to excellence. The recommendation is made by faculty members.

C807: Adrian Van Odyk Memorial Award for Fire Protection Engineering Technician

This award is presented to a student enrolled full time in the Fire Protection Engineering Technician program. The recipient will have a minimum GPA of 2.5 or higher and have demonstrated financial need. The recommendation is made by faculty members.

C900: Wiretron Technologies Inc. Bursary

This bursary assists students enrolled in programs offered through the Centre for Advanced Technologies (listed below). Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons residing in Ontario and have demonstrated financial need.

  • Mechanical Engineering Technician - Tool Design
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology - Industrial Design
  • Mechanical Technician - CNC Programming
  • Mechanical Techniques (Tool and Die/Mould Making)

C901: Mechanical Techniques Faculty Endowed Scholarship

Awarded to a student or students enrolled in one of the following programs:

  • Mechanical Engineering Technician - Tool Design
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology - Industrial Design
  • Mechanical Techniques (Tool and Die/Mould Making)
  • Mechanical Techniques – CNC Programming

Faculty will select from applicants who have demonstrated their commitment to their program, to campus life, and who have an excellent attendance record. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons, Ontario residents and have demonstrated financial need.

C902: John Armstrong Award

Awarded to a student or students enrolled in one of the Industrial Manufacturing or Design Technology diploma or advanced diploma programs at Seneca. Faculty will select from applicants who have demonstrated their commitment to their program, to campus life, and who have an excellent attendance record. Eligible students must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or protected persons and Ontario residents with demonstrated financial need.