To date 54 Mount Allison students have become Rhodes Scholars — seven in the past 10 years alone, one of the best records in the country.  

Valued at more than $100,000, the Rhodes Scholarship is one of the oldest and most prestigious in the world, covering the cost of postgraduate studies at the University of Oxford in the U.K.

  1. Frank Day 1905
  2. Arthur Motyer 1905
  3. George Rogers 1907
  4. Lloyd Dixon 1910
  5. Frank Smith 1912
  6. Pierson Curtis 1912
  7. William Irving 1914
  8. Malcolm Hollett 1917
  9. Wilfred Dawson 1917
  10. George Skinner 1920
  11. William Guy 1920
  12. Albert MacDougall 1923
  13. Kenneth Palmer 1926
  14. Cecil Reynolds 1927
  15. Archibald Humble 1931
  16. Ernest Weeks 1933
  17. George Laidlaw 1934
  18. Leonard Hawco 1934
  19. Harold Warwick 1936
  20. Henry Hicks 1937
  21. Albert Ritchie 1938
  22. William Crawford 1939
  23. Donald Robinson 1941
  24. Arthur Motyer 1945
  25. Edmund Tucker 1946
  26. Kenneth Lund 1951
  27. Murray Mundle 1954
  28. Angus Cameron 1961
  29. David Cuthbertson 1962
  30. Derek Hum 1967
  31. David Gass 1969
  32. Harold Ritchie 1972
  33. Gordon Keirstead 1973
  34. Kenneth (“Sandy”) MacIver 1974
  35. Charles Hunter 1975
  36. John Craighead 1978
  37. Matthew Jocelyn 1980
  38. Sarah (Maybee) Crowe 1981
  39. Alexander Cameron 1982
  40. William Lahey 1983
  41. Jacqueline Wong 1988
  42. Anamitra Deb 2001
  43. Dominique Chaput 2002
  44. Erica Lilly 2003
  45. Josie Marks 2004
  46. Kyle Hill 2006
  47. Dara MacDonald 2007
  48. Susan Humphrey 2010
  49. Kelly O’Connor 2011
  50. Rebecca Anne Dixon 2012
  51. Caroline Whidden 2013
  52. Kylie de Chastelain 2014
  53. Bernard Soubry 2015
  54. Colin Robertson 2018