Scholarships & Bursaries


The Fredericton Community Foundation has many funds that offer scholarships every year for high school, college and university students.

 

 

High School Prizes, Scholarships & Bursaries

Additional information, including applications, for these scholarships can be found through the individual high schools.

 

Ben & Faye Medjuck Scholarship

Annual scholarships to students at Fredericton High School and at Leo Hayes High School. Awarded by School Scholarship Committee.

 

Gertrude Duffie Awards in Art (Duffie Crowell Scholarships)

Annual scholarships to students at Fredericton High School and at Leo Hayes High School. Awarded by School Scholarship Committee.

 

Bill McCauley Music Scholarship

Annual scholarship to student at Leo Hayes High School. Awarded by School Scholarship Committee

 

Mike Fitzgerald Memorial Scholarships and Bursaries

Annually, the following scholarships and bursaries are given from the Mike Fitzgerald Memorial Fund as selected by the schools:

  • One scholarship of $1,000 for a Leo Hayes High School student
  • One scholarship of $1,000 for a Fredericton High School student
  • One $500 bursary for a graduating Leo Hayes High School varsity basketball player
  • One $500 bursary for a graduating Fredericton High School varsity basketball player, as selected by the school
 

Fredericton Community Foundation Scholarship

Annual scholarship to students at Fredericton High School, Leo Hayes High School and Ecole Sainte-Anne. Awarded by School Scholarship Committee.

 

 

University Scholarships and Bursaries


Timmy Munn Memorial Scholarships

Scholarships are awarded annually in memory of Timmy Munn, who died in 1995. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of athletic ability, academic performance, and financial need. Recipients will have graduated from a local high school and attend a local college or university.

To apply, forward a letter of application (can be attained from Fredericton Sports Investment Inc.) with an official transcript by May 31 to: Fredericton Sports Investment (1990) Inc., 117 York St., Fredericton, NB, E3B 3N6

Selection by Munn Scholarship Committee

 

Marianne Limpert Scholarship

This $500 scholarship is for a Fredericton High School, Leo Hayes High School, Oromocto High School or Ecole Sainte-Anne graduate pursuing post-secondary studies and continuing to swim competitively.

Applications can be found here and are available at the high schools or from Fredericton Aquanaut Swim Team members. The Scholarship is payable following the commencement of the 2nd semester in January and upon receipt of the successful candidate’s grades from the university.

Selection by Limpert Scholarship Committee.

 

Thomas Washburn Memorial Scholarship

Thomas Washburn graduated from Fredericton High School and studied engineering at the University of Waterloo in Ontario. He was killed while working in Saudi Arabia in May 2004. To create a lasting memorial to Thom, friends, family and organizations have donated to the Thomas Washburn Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Applicants must have graduated from a Fredericton area school and are planning to study engineering at a Canadian university. After each term is completed, the student will send the transcript of his or her marks to the Scholarship Committee.

More information and applications are available from the Washburn website at www.washburn.ca

Selection is by the Washburn Scholarship Committee.

 

Alden R. Clark Scholarship (IODE)

Open to full time Fredericton campus students who have completed at least the normal requirements for the second year of the degree program in which they are registered at the University and are graduates of a New Brunswick high school. Applications are available through UNB.

Selections are made on the basis of scholastic attainment and financial need.

Selection by UNB Scholarship Committee.

 

M.A. Crowell Nursing Scholarship

This is an annual scholarship awarded to a female student who is a graduate of Leo Hayes High School, Fredericton High School or Ecole Ste Anne, has just completed the requirements of the first year of the Bachelor of Nursing degree program on the Fredericton campus and is beginning the second year of the program. Applications are available through UNB.

Selection will be based on scholastic attainment and financial need.

Selection by UNB Scholarship Committee.

 

Rosemary’s Bursary for Nursing Students

Two $3,000 bursaries are provided to support nursing students at UNB Fredericton in any year of study. Students must be full-time undergraduate students who are experiencing financial difficulty in pursuit of his/her nursing degree. Recipients must have successfully completed at least one term of full-time study at UNB with a GPA of 2.0 and higher. Applications are available through UNB.

Selection by UNB Scholarship Committee.

 

Rosemary’s Bursary (NBCC)

Two $3,000 bursaries are provided to students at NBCC who are in need of financial assistance. Applications are available through NBCC.

Selection by NBCC.

 

Fredericton Community Foundation (UNB) Bursary

Awarded to a Fredericton campus student who is a graduate of Harvey High School, Stanley High School, Oromocto High School, Leo Hayes High School, Fredericton High School or Ecole Ste Anne and is beginning a degree program at UNB. Selections are made primarily on the basis of scholastic attainment and financial need. Consideration will be given to the student’s contribution in extra-curricular activities. Applications are available through UNB.

Selection by UNB Awards Committee.

 

Fredericton Community Foundation (STU) Bursary

One $4,000 bursary awarded annually, based on financial need, to a student in second, third, or fourth year who is a graduate of Harvey High School, Stanley High School, Oromocto High School, Fredericton High School, Leo Hayes High School, or Ecole Ste-Anne. Students are to complete and submit a Bursary Application form to the Registrar’s Office by October 31. Applications are available through STU.

Selection by STU Awards Committee.

 

 

ALL OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS


Frank Fraser Joslin and Blanche I. (Hood) Joslin Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to a York County resident between the ages of 17 and 30 who is a graduate of a York County high school and who is entering their first year of studies at an agricultural or veterinary college/university.
The application is available for download here.

Selection by Joslin Scholarship Committee

 

Council of the Arts Fredericton Performing Arts Scholarship

The Council of the Arts Fredericton (CAF) Performing Arts Scholarship was created in 2007 by Council of the Arts Fredericton. The CAF Scholarship will be awarded annually in the amount of $5,000. Eligibility for this scholarship includes:

  • Candidates must be residents of the greater Fredericton region.
  • Candidates must have been accepted as students in a recognized program in the performing arts. The field of study must involve performance or production.
  • Proof of registration in the program of study will be required before funds are distributed.
  • The CAF Performing Arts Scholarship may be awarded to a student at the secondary, post-secondary or graduate level.
  • Application deadline is July 31st
  • Application Guidelines and Scholarship Information is available here.

Selection by CAF Scholarship Committee.

 

John A. Page Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to a student enrolled in a program at the New Brunswick Community College. Their home address must be York or Carleton County and they must be enrolled in a two-year or more, program that will lead to a career. Applications are available through NBCC.

Selection by NBCC Scholarship Committee.

 

Fredericton Community Foundation (NBCC) Bursary

An annual $2,000 bursary that will be awarded to a student enrolled in a program at the New Brunswick Community College. Their home address must be York or Carleton County and they must be enrolled in a two-year or more, program that will lead to a career. Applications are available through NBCC.

Selection by NBCC Award Committee.

 

Fredericton Community Foundation (NBCCD) Bursary

An annual $2,000 bursary that will be awarded to a student enrolled in a program at the New Brunswick College of Craft & Design. Their home address must be York or Carleton County and they must be enrolled in a two-year or more, program that will lead to a career. Applications are available through NBCC.

Selection by NBCCD Award Committee.

 

Provincial Artisans Bursary

Provincial Artisans’ bursaries and scholarships are awarded annually to successful recipients with disabilities meeting the necessary criteria. These being:

  • Entering or already attending a university, college or other educational institute
  • Extent of disability
  • Academic performance
  • Academic dedication
  • Financial need
  • Community involvement
  • Resident of New Brunswick
  • The application is available for download here. Final submission for applications is May 31st. Notification to successful candidates is by June 30th of the current year with cheques being sent upon receipt of confirmation from the educational institution that tuition has been paid.

Selection by Provincial Artisans Scholarship Committee.

 

Fredericton Chamber of Commerce Scholarship

Created by the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce to recognize a deserving student who has made a significant contribution to the betterment of their school and/or community and at the same time has demonstrated sound academic achievement. This $1,000 scholarship is restricted to employees of members in good standing of the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce; or the child, spouse or partner of a member; or the child, spouse or partner of the member’s employee.

The application is available here. Final submissions for applications is the last Friday of May at 4pm. Applications are to be submitted to the Fredericton Community Foundation.

Selection by Fredericton Chamber of Commerce Selection Committee.

 

Isabel Adams Coburn Memorial Scholarship

These scholarships were created in memory of Isabel Adams Coburn. She was a well known, highly respected educator who resided at Keswick Ridge, and who touched the lives of many students in both the public schools and the New Brunswick Teachers’ College. She was also active in the community, the church and her alma mater, the University of New Brunswick, serving for a time as a member of its Board of Governors.

Each year the Isabel Adams Coburn Scholarship Trust will award two or more non-renewable scholarships with a value up to $2,000 each to students residing in the Keswick Ridge / Mactaquac area of New Brunswick. Applicants will need to be entering or attending the University of New Brunswick as candidates for an undergraduate or graduate degree. A balance of academic achievement, participation in extra-curricular activities and financial need will be taken into account in selecting recipients of these scholarships.

The application deadline is June 15th, and applications are to be submitted in writing to the Isabel Adams Coburn Scholarship Trust.

Selection by the Isabel Coburn Scholarship Trust Committee.


If you are interested in setting up a scholarship, please contact us. We would be pleased to help you establish a scholarship.