Entrance Students

For students who will begin their first-year of university in the fall, and will enrol as full-time students and St John’s College members. Entrance students may also be eligible for other awards with a July 31 deadline.

Arthur Uniacke Chipman Entrance Scholarship

Arthur Uniacke Chipman Entrance Scholarship up to $1450
To be awarded to the student entering first-year university as a full-time student and member of St John’s College who:

  • Best combines academic achievement and leadership ability
  • Has a minimum average of 80 per cent in the final year of high school

Where applicants are of roughly equal standing on these criteria, preference will be given first to students who are registered with mature-student status and second to those with significant financial need.
Arthur Uniacke Chipman Entrance Scholarship Application form (PDF)

Henry Irvine Graham Entrance Scholarship

Henry Irvine Graham Entrance Scholarship up to $5175 (Funds for this award are shared with the H. Irvine Graham Undergraduate Scholarship)
Criteria:

  • The major criterion will be a demonstration of how the applicant is “well-rounded” and has overcome difficulties in order to realize their full potential
  • Must be a citizen or permanent resident of Canada
  • Must be entering the first year of studies at the UM with a minimum of 18 credit hours
  • Register as a member of St John’s College
  • Have demonstrated exceptional academic promise, diversity of interests, potential for leadership and community service

this scholarship may not be held concurrently with other scholarships totalling more than $500
Henry Irvine Graham Entrance Scholarship Application form (PDF)

Laurence Frank Wilmot Entrance Scholarship

Laurence Frank Wilmot Entrance Scholarship up to $5125
Criteria:

  • To be awarded to a student entering first year at the U of M and who is a member of St John’s College.
  • The recipient shall be registered in a full-time undergraduate program.
  • Awarded for proven leadership abilities and demonstrated interest in (a) community and/or the welfare of fellow students, (b) athletics, and/or (c) other activities.

Scholastic ability and academic potential shall be considered however, the award will not necessarily go to the candidate with the highest grades.
Laurence Frank Wilmot Entrance Scholarship Application form (PDF)

General Scholarships and Bursaries

These scholarships and bursaries are for St John’s College students in any year of study.

Beverley and Bishop Allan Bursary

Beverley and Bishop Allan Bursary up to $1000

Criteria:

  • Awarded to an undergraduate St John’s College member who has completed at least one year at the UM as a full-time student, ending with no less than a cumulative 2.8 GPA
  • Is registered as a full-time student with a minimum 18 credit hours
  • Must demonstrate financial need

Preference will be given to a student who currently resides in Manitoba and has done so for the past five years. Each recipient will receive the award for two years. The above criteria must be fulfilled in the second year
Beverley and Bishop Allan Bursary Application form (PDF)

Willard J. Condo & Walter Barfoot Memorial Bursary - Religion

Willard J. Condo & Walter Barfoot Memorial Bursary up to $150

Criteria:

  • Open to St John’s College members majoring in Religion or in the Faculty of Theology at St John’s College
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • A commitment to and capacity for ministry shall be considered
  • Applicants must provide two letters in support of their community involvement

Preference will be given to students in the Faculty of Theology at St John’s College
Willard J. Condo & Walter Barfoot Memorial Bursary - Religion Application form (PDF)

James F. Blewett Memorial Bursary

James F. Blewett Memorial Bursary up to $775

Criteria:

  • For a St John’s College member and full-time student in any year of studies
  • Must demonstrate financial need
  • Have demonstrated ongoing humanitarian qualities (for example, through volunteer work or community service), and a commitment to academics and their school communities

Preference will be given to students who are enrolled in Education or who are majoring in Human Resources Management in the Asper School of Business
James F. Blewett Memorial Bursary Application form (PDF)

The George Thomas Chapman Memorial Bursary

The George Thomas Chapman Memorial Bursary up to $200

Criteria:

  • Must be a member of St John’s College
  • Have a demonstrated significant financial need
  • Open to UM undergraduate and graduate students
  • Open to full and part-time students
  • Continue as a member of the College in the fall

The George Thomas Chapman Memorial Bursary Application form (PDF)

Children-of-Clergy Bursaries

† Children-of-Clergy Bursaries: several awards, total available up to $5100

Criteria:

  • Awarded to St John’s College members with a parent who is a clergy member of the Anglican Church of Canada
  • Students entering their first or subsequent year of studies at the UM or in the St John’s College Faculty of Theology in the fall are eligible for these bursaries
  • The bursaries will be awarded at the discretion of the Bishop of Rupert’s Land

Children-of-Clergy Bursaries Application form (PDF)

Ivan J. R. Deacon and Phyllis E. Deacon Bursary

Ivan J. R. Deacon and Phyllis E. Deacon Bursary up to $1000

Criteria:
St John’s College members enrolled at the UM or in the College’s Faculty of Theology may apply
The recipient shall be registered in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program
First-year students are eligible to apply
Demonstrated financial need
Community involvement and leadership potential may be considered

Preference will be given to a student who is of Canadian Indigenous ancestry, self-declared (Inuit, Métis, Status or Non-Status)
Ivan J. R. Deacon and Phyllis E. Deacon Bursary Application form (PDF)

Donnie Eastwood Memorial Bursary

Donnie Eastwood Memorial Bursary up to $2100

Criteria:

  • Members registered in full-time studies (minimum 18 credit hours) at either the UM or the College’s Faculty of Theology may apply
  • Cumulative average of at least a B (3.00 GPA) is required, or, for first-year students, a high school average of no less than 80 per cent in the final year of high school
  • Demonstrated financial need

Demonstrated capacity and desire to help others shall be considered
Donnie Eastwood Memorial Bursary Application form (PDF)

William E. Harrison Bursary

William E. Harrison Bursary up to $2300

Criteria:

  • For a full-time student in the Faculty of Theology at St John’s College applicants must have good academic standing, students must provide a letter from the Dean of Theology attesting to this.
  • However, if no suitable Theology student applies applications from U of M students registered as St John’s College members will be considered
  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00, and students entering their first year at UM must have a minimum average of 80 per cent in the final year of high school
  • Applicants must provide two letters in support of their community involvement
  • Must demonstrate financial need

Capacity and desire to help others shall be considered
William E. Harrison Bursary Application form (PDF)

Terry McDowall Bursary

Terry McDowall Bursary

Criteria:

  • Is registered in a Humanities programme at the UM
  • Continue as a member of the College in the Fall
  • Demonstrate significant financial need
  • Open to undergraduate and graduate students

Preference will be given to a student who is a self-declared Canadian Indigenous (Inuit, Métis, Status or non-Status)
Terry McDowall Bursary Application form (PDF)

Morgan Scholarship - Rural Manitoba Residents

Morgan Scholarship: Up to $1150

Criteria:

  • Must have a permanent residence in rural Manitoba
  • That is, a residence outside Winnipeg and the RMs of Cartier, East St Paul, Headingly, Macdonald, Ritchot, Rockwood, Rosser, Springfield, St Andrews, St Clements, St François-Xavier, Taché, West St Paul
  • Must be a full-time undergraduate student with a cumulative average of at least a B (3.00 GPA) or, for first-year students, an average of no less than 80 per cent in the final year of high school
  • Must register in full-time studies and as a St John’s College member at the UM in September of the current year
  • Must provide three letters of support indicating a demonstrated record of outstanding contributions and commitment to the community

Morgan Scholarship - Rural Manitoba Residents Application form (PDF)

Jack and Eva Rogers Memorial Trust Fund - Religion

Jack and Eva Rogers Memorial Trust Fund up to $1175

Criteria:

  • Open to students entering or continuing in full/part-time studies who have declared Religion as a major at the University of Manitoba or open to students entering or continuing in full/part-time studies in the Faculty of Theology at St John’s College
  • Demonstrate significant financial need
  • Must continue as a member of the College in the fall

Jack and Eva Rogers Memorial Trust Fund - Religion Application form (PDF)

St Luke’s Award

St Luke’s Award up to $550

Criteria:

  • Entering or continuing full-time studies either in an undergraduate program of UM, or in the College’s Faculty of Theology
  • Must be registered as a St John’s College member
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 required for returning students
  • Preference will be given to a “recognized participant” in St Luke’s Anglican Church in Winnipeg
  • Demonstrated involvement in community and public service
  • Financial need will be considered

Applications will be reviewed by a selection committee of the Parish of St Luke
St Luke’s Award Application form (PDF)

Senior Students (Year 2+)

For students completing their second or later year of study. Open to undergraduate and graduate students. Senior students may be eligible for awards listed under General, Graduate Students, Dentistry, Law, and Medicine, Residence Students and Prizes.

Dr. June Marion James Scholarship - Faculty of Science

Dr. June Marion James Scholarship up to $1000

Criteria:

  • Enrolled in the Faculty of Science
  • Completed 30 credit hours at the U of M
  • Minimum GPA of 3.75
  • Registered as a member of St John’s College
  • Demonstrate financial need

Dr. June Marion James Scholarship - Faculty of Science Application form (PDF)

C.A.E. Jensen Scholarship

C.A.E. Jensen Scholarship up to $500

Criteria:

  • Entering third year or later
  • Awarded to a full-time St John’s College member in full-time studies at the University of Manitoba
  • Demonstrated academic excellence; with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50
  • Substantial non-scholastic interest such as athletics, music, student government, etc.

C.A.E. Jensen Scholarship Application form (PDF)

The Lajos Lukács Scholarship in Pure Mathematics

The Lajos Lukács Scholarship in Pure Mathematics up to $50

Criteria:

  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 4.0
  • Must be a student in pure mathematics
  • Preference will be given to individuals enrolled in the following Mathematics programs in the order of priority: 1) Masters; 2) PhD; 3) Honours program; for Graduate students area of research must be topological algebra, general topology, or categorical topology; Honours students must have completed Math 3240 Topology 1 with a minimum grade of A
  • Must register as a member of St John’s College in the Fall

The Lajos Lukács Scholarship in Pure Mathematics Application Form (PDF)

Erin Palamar Bursary in Nursing

Erin Palamar Bursary in Nursing up to $1175

Criteria:

  • Full-time student registered in the Faculty of Nursing in second year or later at the University of Manitoba
  • St John’s College member
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Financial need will be considered
  • Demonstrates involvement in College and or university life (may include participation in some or all of the following: student government, College activities, committee work, etc.)

Erin Palamar Bursary in Nursing Application form (PDF)

Canon Maurice Poole Entrance Bursary - Religion

Canon Maurice Poole Entrance Bursary up to $1525

Criteria:

  • To be awarded, based on financial need, to a student who is entering or continuing in full/part-time studies and who has declared Religion as a major at the University of Manitoba
  • The recipient must be registered as a St John’s College member

Canon Maurice Poole Entrance Bursary - Religion Application Form (PDF)

Graduate Students

Students entering or continuing in the Faculty of Graduate Studies may also be eligible for awards listed under General, Senior Students, Dentistry, Law, and Medicine, Residence Students or Prizes.

The Dr. Bonnie C. Hallman Graduate Student Bursary

The Dr. Bonnie C. Hallman Graduate Student Bursary.


Criteria:

  • Must register as a member of St John’s College in the fall
  • Must have demonstrated significant financial need
  • Must be entering or continuing in a graduate program, with preference given to graduate students in the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources

Priority will be given to single parents
The Dr. Bonnie C. Hallman Graduate Student Bursary Application form (PDF)

Dentistry, Law, and Medicine

John E. Abra Memorial Bursary

John E. Abra Memorial Bursary up to $1200

Criteria:

  • Entering or continuing in a full-time program in Dentistry, Medicine, or Law
  • Must have been a full-time undergraduate student at the UM and have been a member of St John’s College
  • Demonstrate significant financial need
  • Must have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.00

Preference will be given to a Dentistry student at the U of M
John E. Abra Memorial Bursary Application form (PDF)

R. Kelly McGinnis Memorial Scholarship - Medicine

R. Kelly McGinnis Memorial Scholarship up to $875

Criteria:

  • For a St John’s College graduate entering first-year Medicine at the U of M
  • Must have demonstrated active involvement in the College

R. Kelly McGinnis Memorial Scholarship - Medicine Application form (PDF)

Residence Students

For students living in St John’s College Residence (except the Kathleen Burrows Lightcap Bursaries, which are open to St John’s College members living in any residence on campus).

Revd. Canon and Mrs. Thomas D. Conlin Bursary

Revd. Canon and Mrs. Thomas D. Conlin Bursary up to $12,275

Criteria:

  • Entering the first or subsequent year in St John’s College Residence in September
  • St John’s College member in a full-time program of study at the UM
  • Must have a demonstrated financial need
  • Demonstrated record of outstanding contributions and commitment to his or her community
  • Must have a minimum sessional GPA of 3.00, or 80 per cent in the final year of high school

Revd. Canon and Mrs. Thomas D. Conlin Bursary Application form (PDF)

Kathleen Burrows Lightcap Bursaries

Kathleen Burrows Lightcap Bursaries: several awards, up to $3500

Criteria:

  • St John’s College members living in any residence on campus
  • Must demonstrate financial need

Academic standing will be considered
Kathleen Burrows Lightcap Bursaries Application form (PDF)