If you’re a student at the University of New Brunswick, there are many different scholarships available to you. Some of them are for specific programs, while others are open to anyone who attends UNB. These scholarships can help make your education free or more affordable by providing financial assistance during your time at university.
Dr. Clay Carter Memorial Scholarship
The Dr. Clay Carter Memorial Scholarship is available to students who are entering their first year at the University of New Brunswick. The scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Clay Carter, who served as the university’s president from 1988 until his death in 1997.
The award amount varies depending on the applicant’s academic achievements and financial need but can range from $1,000-$2,500 per year over four years (or up to $8,000 over eight years).
Eligible applicants must meet a number of requirements:
- They must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents;
- They must have completed high school within two years before enrolling at UNB, and they must have demonstrated academic excellence by earning an average grade point average (GPA) greater than 3.0 across all courses taken during high school enrollment/completion times at UNB.
- Students may also apply if they have been previously accepted into another postsecondary institution with similar admission requirements as UNB; however, this precludes any future re-admission opportunities after graduation from high school completion courses via repeat credit periods are completed prior to applying again for admission into another post-secondary institution within Canada’s borders.”
Alumni Loyalty Bursary
This bursary is open to all students at the University of New Brunswick and is available in any year. Students can apply for this bursary if they are Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or protected persons and have graduated from a university accredited by an agency recognized by the government of Canada. The minimum GPA requirement is 3.0/4.0 (UGA) on a 5-point scale with no grade below 2.5/4 according to your major field of study, but you may also be eligible for this award if you have completed your first two years at UNB with a minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0 (UGA).
The Westfield Scholarship is for students in the Faculty of Business. It’s valued at $2,000 and awarded to a student who is enrolled in the second-year of a full-time undergraduate degree program at the University of New Brunswick.
The Dr. and Mrs. William Whelan Scholarship
The Dr. and Mrs. William Whelan Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship that is open to all students who are nominated by their high school guidance counselor or principal. To be eligible for this award, you must have a minimum admission average of 90 percent in your first year of university at the University of New Brunswick (UNB). You must also submit an essay about why you want to study medicine at UNB, as well as two letters of reference from faculty members who will speak on your behalf during the admissions process.
To apply for this scholarship:
- Complete an application form online through Canvas by June 30th; it should be submitted directly from Canvas (not via email)
- Mail your completed application package with required documents to: Office Of Admissions & Financial Aid – University Of New Brunswick Address: 50 Saint John Street Suite #200 Saint John NB E2L 4C4 Canada OR Faxes may be sent directly through Canvas
The A. Murray MacKay Scholarship
The A. Murray MacKay Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship awarded to students who are enrolled in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at UNB. The recipient must be an upper-year undergraduate student who has completed their first year of study and is actively seeking a major or minor in any field within the Arts or Sciences.
The MacKay Scholarship Program was established by A. Murray MacKay through his generous donation to the university. In honour of Mr MacKay’s legacy, this program continues to recognize outstanding achievement on behalf of our students while providing financial assistance for those who qualify for it based on academic merit alone (no other criteria are required).
The Margaret L. Pinkerton/Hattie McVicar Bursary
The Margaret L. Pinkerton/Hattie McVicar Bursary is awarded to students who have been accepted to UNB and are in the top 10% of their high school graduating class. These scholarships are available only to Canadian citizens, and they must be studying at UNB full-time during their first year at the university.
The minimum GPA required for this scholarship is 3.5 (on a 4-point scale), however, applicants may also need to meet other requirements such as having completed an academic program that includes courses in math, science, or English literature prior to enrolling at UNB; having achieved good results on standardized tests such as SAT exams; being active participants within extracurricular activities (i.e., sports teams); having participated in community service projects; etc…
The Thomas MacLaughlin Scholarship
The Thomas MacLaughlin Scholarship is awarded to a student entering the Faculty of Law at UNB, who has demonstrated academic excellence and financial need.
The scholarship will be available for two years of full-time study at the undergraduate level (excluding law degree programs) and must be renewed annually. To receive this award, applicants must have applied for admission to one of the following programs:
- Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Political Science
- Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor’s Degree by Research
- Master of Arts in Canadian Studies (All Streams)
These are scholarships you can apply for if you go to UNB
Here are some of the scholarships you can apply for if you go to UNB:
- President’s Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to high-achieving students who have demonstrated academic excellence and leadership potential. The scholarship covers tuition, fees, and books for up to $25,000 per year.
- Dean’s Honourary Award: This award is given out every year during the annual undergraduate graduation ceremony in March to one student who has been nominated by faculty or staff members at UNB for academic achievement or personal qualities that demonstrate leadership development. It includes a cash prize of $1,000 plus travel costs for attending the ceremony; this amount is doubled if there are two recipients from your department/program that day!
I hope this article has given you some insight into the scholarships that are available at UNB. There are many different ways to fund your education and it’s important to look beyond just one option in order to find what works best for your situation. While some scholarships may require specific qualifications, there are others that have no restrictions on who can apply! Keep an eye out for these opportunities when planning out your future because they might offer more than just money—they could also provide opportunities like networking with professionals or having access to resources like libraries or labs within their network.