A proud history of University Placement and scholarships awards to our students
Bourse Club Richelieu de Timmins – $750
Bourse Collins Barrow – $1000
Bourse de la Caisse populaire de Hearst – $1000
Bourse de l’APUH – $1000
Bourse de mérite
–La valeur totale de cette bourse varie entre 2 000 $ et 6 000 $. Elle représente 200 $ par tranche de 3 crédits à condition de remplir les critères d’admissibilité. *
Bourse Denis-Cheff – $1000
Bourse des Éditions du Nordir – $500
–Cette bourse automatique et renouvelable est offerte à toute personne inscrite à l’Université de Hearst. La valeur totale de cette bourse varie entre 1 000 $ et 4 000 $ selon le nombre d’années d’études complétées. Elle représente 100 $ par tranche de 3 crédits réussis. *
Bourse d’un ancient – $1000
Bourse en psychologie $1000
Bourse Jacqueline et Jean-Noël Lafrance – $1000
Bourse Jean-François Aubé – $500
Bourse la Caisse populaire de Timmins – $500
Bourse Maurice-Saulnier – $1000
Bourse Mgr Louis-Lévesque – $3000
Bourse Roger-Bernard – $1000
Bourse Rose et Maurice Lecours – $1000
Bourses d’excellence renouvelables
–La valeur totale de cette bourse se situe entre 2 000 $ et 8 000 $. Elle représente 200 $ par tranche de 3 crédits à condition de remplir les critères d’admissibilité. *
Prix La Défriche – $500
Academic Excellence Scholarship (80–84.9%) – $3,000 ($750 x 4 years) *
Academic Excellence Scholarship (85–89.9%) – $5,000 ($1,250 x 4 years) *
Academic Excellence Scholarship (90–94.9%) – $10,000 ($2,500 x 4 years) *
Academic Excellence Scholarship (95%+) – Free tuition (tuition x 4 years) *
Campus Tour Bursary – Up to $500
Lakehead University Alumni Award – $10,000 ($2,500 x 4 years) *
Lakehead University Entrance Athletic Scholarship for Varsity Athletes – Up to $4,000
Lakehead University Entrance/Travel Bursary – Up to $2,300
Lakehead University Northwestern Ontario & Simcoe County Citizenship Scholarships – $3,000
Lakehead University Presidential Scholarship – $30,000 ($7,500 x 4 years) *
Lakehead University Specialist High Skills Major Award – $500
Aboriginal Studies Excellence Awards – $1,500
Academic Pathways Scholarships – $1,000
Access to Opportunities Bursaries – $1,000
Anne Crichton-George Scholarship – $2,500 *
Association des étudiantes et étudiants francophones Scholarship – $500
Athletic Awards – $4,000
Board of Governors Scholarship- $1,300
Build North Construction Inc. – Architecture Scholarship Annual Award – $5,000
Carl and Lyle Sanders Scholarships – $2,200
Carl J. Sanders Scholarships – $1,200
Christopher and Eva Doherty Bursary – Variable *
CIBC Faculty of Management Bursaries – $2,500
Concours de français – langue seconde Entrance Prizes – Tuition fees
Concours provincial de français Entrance Prizes – Tuition fees
Douglas Williamson Bursary – $450
Dowling Horseshoe Club Bursary – $1,300
Dr. Edna L. Moore Entrance Scholarship – $280
Dr. Frank J. Clumpus Bursary Fund – $200
Dr. Judith Woodsworth President’s Scholarship – $1,000 *
Edith Rose Brooks Memorial Award – Variable
Francophone Excellence Awards – $1,250 *
Frank S. Ressel Memorial Scholarships – $1,000
French Immersion Excellence Awards – $1,000
Gerald (KSTJ) and Marguerite Lougheed Scholarship – $1,200
Horace J. Fraser Scholarship – $2,000
India-Canada Association of Sudbury Scholarship – $500
Jacqueline Labelle Award – $1,500
Jim Fielding Memorial Bursaries – $60,000 over 4 years. *
John F. Mellaney Memorial Scholarship – Variable
KGHM Annual Scholarships – $3,000
Kivinen and Desimone Families Award for Academic Excellence – Variable
Laurentian University 35th Anniversary Scholarships – $1,000
Laurentian University Academic Excellence Scholarships (80-84.9%) – $4,500
— ($1,000 in years one, two, and three, $1,500 in year four) with a grade average of 80-84.9% *
Laurentian University Academic Excellence Scholarships (85-89.9%) – $6,500
— ($1,500 in years one, two, and three, $2,000 in year four) with a grade average of 85-89.9% *
Laurentian University Academic Excellence Scholarships (90-94.9%) – $10,500
— ($2,500 in years 1, 2, and 3; $3,000 in year 4) with grade average of 90-94.9% *
Laurentian University Academic Excellence Scholarships (95%-100%) – $14,500
— ($3,500 in years 1, 2, and 3, $4000 in year 4) with a grade average of 95-100%. *
Laurentian University Faculty Association Scholarship – $1000
Laurentian University Federation Memorial Award – Tuition for 4 yrs, plus on-campus housing for 1 yr. *
LUAA – Alumni Association Entrance Scholarship – $2,500
LUAA – Alumni Faculty Entrance Scholarships – $500
McIntosh Engineering Scholarship Fund and Stantec Mining Scholarship for Academic Excellence – $2,800
Michelle (Jane) Richer Memorial Bursary – $300
Mr. and Mrs. Myer Levine Scholarship – $1,000
Nick Volf Engineering Bursary – $580
Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education Entrance Scholarships – $1,000
Pada Memorial Award – $800
Peddler’s Pub Architecture Award – $2,000
Peter Barott Scholarship – $1,000
Richard Pound SPAD Bursary – $780
R.J. Askin Memorial Scholarship – $700
School of Architecture Founders’ Award – $1,500
Sid Forster Memorial Award – $650
Sudbury Canada-Wide Science Fair Scholarship – $450
Sudbury Construction Association Architecture Scholarship – $2,500
Thayer-Lindsley Scholarship – $2,000
The Positive Inception Award – $500
Thomas Balfe Memorial Award – $330
Thomas D. Edward Scholarship – $1,000
Walter Light Entrance Scholarship – $1,000
CIC is a very special school that provides a rich, nurturing and caring environment that has brought out the best in me and allowed me to truly thrive. My university admission was a breeze.
The small class size, the high staff-to-student ratio, the respectful atmosphere, and above all, the unwavering dedication was what makes CIC special.
Ample access to technology, a high teacher to student ratio, and caring engaged teachers helped me to gain admission to veterinary school after CIC.
Since my very first day at CIC, I felt welcomed, accepted, and loved. Every morning I see the smiling teachers and staff.
What I like best about CIC is most definitely the education that I received.
High academics have always been important to me and it didn’t take long to realize that this school was right fit for me.
You want to get into a great university come study at CIC, the entire admission process is handled by the school.
I came to Canada not knowing anybody, the school and residence staff made me feel at home right away. My university placement was surprisingly easy.
My overall experience at CIC was fantastic, especially all the new life long friends I made. I got offers to all the universities I applied to.
The teaching staff were very helpful and made my learning experience fun. I can get lost in public school easily, not at CIC with small class size and attention to school needs.
My teachers at CIC did a great job, not only presenting the material, but also teaching it. Got my university offers early spring.
Arriving at CIC for the first time you feel at home not because of all the cold snow, but because of the caring and warm environment.
I got early university admission in March, thanks to the wonderful job of the guidance office
Thanks to the school, my university admission was the easiest thing I ever went through in high school.
Getting all my early universities offers was a great relief, couldn’t have done it without everyone at CIC.
I love the school because I have many nice teachers and a principal who helped me get into my dream university.
Because of my older brother’s wonderful experience at CIC Waterloo my parents sent me to CIC in grade 10. CIC was one of the best experiences in my life. I got into my dream program at McGill University.
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