The Alumni Scholarships for Part-time Students (3)

Value: 0 (one 6-credit course) or 0 (one 3-credit course). Recipients: part-time students enrolled in any program, studying in outside centres or on-campus, which has completed at least five Laurentian University courses. Based on academic standing.

Laurentian Association of Mature and Part-time Students Scholarships (4)

Value: 0 (one 6-credit course) or 0 (one 3-credit course). Recipients: the two part-time students with the highest overall average at the completion of at least five courses (30 credits) and no more than 9.5 courses (57 credits), AND the two part-time students who attained the highest overall average at the completion of at least 10 courses (60 credits) and no more than 14.5 courses (87 credits).

The Heather Darroch Memorial Scholarship 

Established by LAMPS and the friends and colleagues of the late Heather Darroch, former President and active member of the association, who passed away in 1988. Value: 0 (one 6-credit course) or 0 (one 3-credit course). Recipient: a part-time student on the basis of academic standing in the previous school year.

L.U. Scholarships for Part-time Students (10) 

Value: 0 (one 6-credit course) or 0 (one 3-credit course). Recipients: five part-time undergraduate students (1st degree) with the highest overall average at the completion of at least five and no more than ten 6-credit courses (or equiv.), AND five part-time students (1st degree) with the highest overall average at the completion of ten or more courses (or equiv.) Students must be officially registered as part-time students, on or off campus, during the session or term in which the scholarships are awarded.

Students must submit completed bursary application forms to the Student Awards Office, 1st floor, R.D. Parker Building. Bursary application forms can be printed using Adobe Acrobat. Also, please read the Bursary information and instructions. Unless otherwise, specified, only one bursary application forms is required for all bursaries. DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 15.

THE L.A.M.P.S. ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 

Awarded to the graduating student in each faculty, having taken a minimum of ten courses through the Centre for Continuing Education, and having achieved the highest academic standing (minimum 80% average) on all courses required for the degree. These awards, with a cash prize of 0, are given twice annually at the Spring and Fall Convocations.