The Lillian R. Stegne Memorial Bursaries was established in 1990 in memory of Lillian Rose Stegne (Class of ’62) by family, friends and colleagues.
The Jeanne and Peter Nolan Award was established in 2014 by Kim (Class of 2004 and 2009) and Tim (Class of ‘86 and 2004) Nolan to celebrate the lives of Jeanne and Peter Nolan.
The James R. (Jamie) Greilich Memorial Scholarship was established in 2015 by Mr. George and Mrs. Rita Greilich in memory of their son Jamie, B.A. (Class of ‘88) who passed away at the age of 25 years old, to recognize
The James R. (Jamie) Greilich Memorial Bursary was established in 1991 in memory of Jamie Greilich (Class of ’88) by the Operating Committee on the Disabled through its Awareness Week Activities.
The Donald Oscar Cannon Scholarship was established in 2012 by the Cannon Family.
The Dianne MacIsaac Memorial Bursary was established in 1994 by friends and family of Dianne MacIsaac and augmented in 1996 in conjunction with the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative.
Established in 1998.
McMaster’s Accessibility Bursary was established in 2015 by Daphne ’87 to celebrate the work done by her father, Dr. Harry Botterell, in Neurosurgery and Paraplegia both during WWII and thereafter in Canada.
The FCC Student Ambassador Award is a non-renewable award presented to 8 students continuing an undergraduate degree at the University of Regina who have completed a summer work placement with Farm Credit Canada.
The Dr. Douglas and Patricia Vandenberghe Scholarship is a non-renewable award presented to a disabled student continuing an undergraduate degree at the University of Regina.