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Table of Contents

Academic Calendar 2016-2017 (September 2016)
I. General Information and Admissions
1. Welcome to Mount Allison University
2. Glossary of Academic Terms and Calendar of Events
Calendar of Events 2016-2017
Provisional Calendar of Events 2017-2018 (subject to change)
3. Admission
3.1. Contact Information
3.2. Admission to the University
3.2.1. Admission Criteria
3.2.2. Students with Disabilities
3.2.3. Early Admission
3.2.4. Refusal of Admission
3.2.5. Special Circumstances
3.3. Minimum General Admission Requirements
3.3.1. Provincial Requirements
3.3.2. Minimum Grade/Average
3.4. Additional Admission Requirements
3.4.1. University Preparatory Courses
3.4.2. Requirements for Specific Programs
3.4.3. Provincial Guidelines
3.5. Notes on Entry to First-Year Courses
3.6. Requirements for Non-Canadian Education Systems
3.6.1. American School System
3.6.2. General Certificate of Education (GCE)
3.6.3. International Baccalaureate
3.6.4. Baccalaureate
3.6.5. Other Educational Systems
3.7. English Requirements
3.7.1. English Language Training Partners
3.8. Mature Students
3.9. Admission with Advanced Standing
3.9.1. International Baccalaureate
3.9.2. Collège d'Enseignement Général et Professionnel (CEGEP)
3.9.3. General Certificate of Education (GCE)
3.9.4. Advanced Placement 'AP' Program
3.10. Transfer Students
3.10.1. Transfer Credits
3.11. Challenge for Credit
3.11.1. Eligibility for Challenge for Credit
3.11.2. Regulations and Procedures for Challenge for Credit
3.12. Visiting Students
3.13. Exchange Students
3.14. Special Circumstances
3.15. Graduate Studies
4. Fees
4.1. Fees and Expenses
4.1.1. Full-time/Part-time Enrolment - Fall and Winter terms
4.1.2. Tuition Fees
4.1.3. Overload Fees for Full-Time Students
4.1.4. Auditing Fees
4.1.5. Mail Service, Fitness Centre, and Technology and Service Fee
4.1.6. Student Organization Fees
4.1.7. Other Fees
4.1.8. Fieldwork and Travel: Expenses and Liability
4.1.9. Instructional Supplies Fees
4.1.10. Study Abroad and Exchange Fee
4.1.11. Residence, Communications and Meal Plan Fees
4.1.12. Mountie Money
4.2. Deposits for Full-Time Students
4.2.1. Registration Deposits for New Students
4.2.2. Residence Deposits for New Students
4.2.3. Refunds of Residence Deposits
4.2.4. Registration Deposits for Returning Students
4.2.5. Residence Deposits for Returning Students
4.2.6. Registration Deposits for January Admissions (New and Former Students)
4.2.7. Residence Deposits for January Admissions (New and Former Students)
4.3. Payment of Fees
4.3.1. Payments and Charges
4.3.2. Fall and Winter Payments by Part-Time Students
4.3.3. Fall Payments by Full-time Students
4.3.4. Winter Payments by Full-time Students
4.3.5. Fall and Winter Payments for Students Participating in Exchange Programs
4.3.6. Method of Payment
4.3.7. Reducing the Amount of Payments
4.4. Late Fees and Interest Charges
4.4.1. Late Processing Fees
4.4.2. Services Reinstatement Fee
4.4.3. Interest Charge
4.4.4. Appeals of Academic Standing
4.4.5. Late Payment Fee
4.5. Withdrawals and Student Accounts
4.5.1. Withdrawals Fall and Winter
4.5.2. Withdrawals Correspondence Courses
4.5.3. Withdrawals - Spring Term Courses
4.5.4. Residence and Meal Plan Withdrawals
4.5.5. Payments to Students from their Accounts
4.5.6. Required to Withdraw
5. Financial Assistance
5.1. Scholarships
5.1.1. Eligibility
5.1.2. Entrance Scholarships
5.1.3. The Bell Scholarship
5.1.4. Scholarships for Returning Students
5.1.5. Scholarships Index
5.2. Bursaries
5.2.1. Entrance Bursary Program
5.2.2. President's Advisory Committee International Student Entrance Bursary Program
5.2.3. Senior Citizen Bursary Program
5.2.4. Bursaries Index
5.3. Pre-Theological Bursaries
5.3.1. The Mount Allison Theological Fund
5.3.2. Application Procedure
5.3.3. Pre-Theological Funds Index
5.4. Independent Student Research Grants Program
5.5. The Donald Cameron and Class of 1950 Student Loan and Assistance Fund
5.6. Residence Leadership Award
6. Co-Curricular Life
6.1. The Mount Allison Students' Union
6.2. The Argosy Weekly
6.3. CHMA FM
6.4. Windsor Theatre
6.5. Residence Council
6.6. The Pond
6.7. Student Employment
6.8. Accommodation
6.8.1. Residences
6.8.2. Residence Application Procedure
6.8.3. Non-University Housing
6.9. Department of Athletics and Recreation
6.9.1. Intercollegiate Athletics, Varsity Programs
6.9.2. Competitive Club Sports
6.9.3. Intramurals
6.9.4. Campus Recreation
6.9.5. Men's and Women's Intramural Councils
6.10. Religious Life on Campus
6.10.1. Introduction
6.10.2. The Chapel
6.10.3. Worship
6.10.4. The Chaplain
6.10.5. Student Groups
6.10.6. Programs
6.11. Student Life
6.11.1. The Director of Student Life
6.11.2. Academic Concerns
6.11.3. Academic Support
6.11.4. Writing Resource Centre
6.11.5. Math Resource Centre
6.11.6. Residence Academic Mentors
6.11.7. Academic Tutors
6.12. Student Life Resources
6.12.1. Personal Counselling
6.12.2. Sexual Harassment Advisor
6.12.3. Career Services Office
6.12.4. Employment
6.12.5. Health Services
6.12.6. Student Health Insurance
6.12.7. Dietary and Nutritional Concerns
6.12.8. Lifestyle Concerns
6.12.9. Landlord/Tenant Concerns
6.12.10. International Students
6.12.11. Governance
6.13. Services for Students With Disabilities
6.13.1. Policy on Students with Disabilities
6.13.2. The Meighen Centre
7. General Information
7.1. The Mount Allison University Libraries and Archives
7.2. The Libraries' Endowment Funds
7.3. The Mount Allison Federated Alumni, Inc.
7.3.1. Alumni Board of Directors
7.4. Computer Facilities
7.4.1. Software
7.4.2. Campus Network
7.4.3. Residence Networking
7.4.4. Computing Services
7.5. Mount Allison University Bookstore
7.6. Banking Services
7.7. Performing Arts Series
8. Personnel
8.1. Officers of the University
8.2. The Regents of Mount Allison
8.3. The Senate of Mount Allison
8.4. Officers of Administration
8.5. Chancellors Emeriti
8.6. Presidents Emeriti
8.7. Registrars Emeriti
8.8. Professors Emeriti
8.9. Librarians Emeriti
8.10. Academic Staff
8.10.1. Professors
8.10.2. Librarians
9. Lectureships, Trusts and Fellowships; Endowed Chairs; Faculty Awards
9.1. Lectureships, Trusts and Fellowships
9.1.1. The Josiah Wood Lectureship
9.1.2. The Bronfman Lecture Series
9.1.3. The Crake Lectureship in Classical Studies
9.1.4. The Wilford B. Jonah Lecture Series
9.1.5. Crake Doctoral Fellowship in Classics
9.1.6. The Ebbutt Memorial Trust for Religious Studies
9.2. Endowed Chairs
9.2.1. Clement Chandler Avard and Florence Sybil Avard Chair in French Language
9.2.2. The Walter B. Cowan Chair in Religious Studies
9.2.3. The Edgar and Dorothy Davidson Chair in Canadian Studies
9.2.4. Fred C. Manning Chair in Commerce
9.2.5. The Hart Almerrin Massey Chair in Philosophy
9.2.6. The Pickard-Bell Chair in Music
9.2.7. The Reverend William Purvis Chair in English Literature
9.2.8. The Obed Edmund Smith Chair in Physics
9.2.9. The Obed Edmund Smith Chair in Mathematics
9.2.10. The Stiles-Bennett Chair in History
9.2.11. The Josiah Wood Chair in Classics
9.2.12. The Charles and Joseph Allison Chair of English Language and Literature
9.3. Faculty Awards
9.3.1. The Herbert and Leota Tucker Award
9.3.2. Imasco Paul Paré Medal and Awards of Excellence
II. Academic Regulations
10. Academic Regulations
10.1. Communication
10.2. Courses of Instruction
10.3. Registration
10.3.1. Registration Procedures (Adding Courses)
10.3.2. Registration Deadline
10.3.3. Registration Deadline (Correspondence Courses)
10.3.4. Determining Year Level
10.3.5. Normal Course Loads and Overloads (Fall and Winter terms)
10.3.6. Normal Course Loads and Overloads (Spring/Summer term)
10.3.7. Repeating Courses
10.3.8. Auditing Courses
10.4. Changes in Registration and Withdrawal
10.4.1. Deadline for Registration Changes
10.4.2. Changing Programs
10.4.3. Withdrawal Without Penalty
10.4.4. Course Withdrawal After the Deadline
10.4.5. Withdrawal from University
10.5. Transfer Credits
10.5.1. Letter of Permission to Take Courses at another Institution
10.6. Academic Integrity
10.6.1. Responsibilities
10.6.2. Academic Misconduct
10.6.3. Determination of Offences and Outcomes
10.6.4. Academic Penalties and Sanctions
10.7. Missed Coursework or Tests
10.7.1. Missed Coursework or Tests
10.8. Examination Regulations
10.8.1. Scheduled Tests and Final Examinations (Fall and Winter terms)
10.8.2. Scheduled Tests and Final Examinations (Spring/Summer term)
10.8.3. Viewing Examination Papers
10.8.4. Accommodations for Missed Final Examinations
10.8.5. Extended Deadlines for Completion of Course Work
10.8.6. Special Examinations
10.9. Evaluations of Student Performance
10.9.1. Grading Policies for Courses
10.9.2. Reporting of Grades
10.9.3. Letter Grades and their Meanings
10.9.4. Prerequisite Grade Requirements
10.9.5. Grades Excluded from GPA
10.9.6. Calculation of TGPA, SGPA and CGPA
10.9.7. Repeated Courses, SGPA and CGPA
10.9.8. Grade Changes
10.9.9. Re-evaluation of a Grade
10.9.10. Aegrotat Standing
10.9.11. Assessment of Academic Standing
10.9.12. Good Standing
10.9.13. Unsatisfactory Standing
10.9.14. Academic Performance Indicators
10.9.15. Academic Probation
10.9.16. Academic Suspension
10.9.17. Academic Dismissal
10.9.18. Procedures for Appeals and Re-admissions
10.9.19. Disciplinary Suspension or Dismissal
10.9.20. Deans' List
10.10. Degree Requirements
10.10.1. Academic Standing and Credits Required for a Degree
10.10.2. Academic Residency Requirements
10.10.3. Degree with Distinction Requirements
10.10.4. Honours GPA and Overall GPA Requirements
10.10.5. Submitting a Thesis
10.10.6. Falling Short of the Honours Requirements
10.10.7. Second Undergraduate Degree Requirements
10.10.8. Honours Certificate
10.11. Graduation and Convocation
10.11.1. Application for Graduation
10.11.2. Completed Degree Requirements - May
10.11.3. Completed Degree Requirements - October
10.11.4. Academic Costumes
10.11.5. Authorized Hoods
10.11.6. Honorary Degrees
10.11.7. University Prizes
10.12. Transcripts
10.12.1. Privacy of Transcripts
10.12.2. Transcript Requests
10.13. Replacement/Duplicate Diplomas
10.14. Notification of Disclosure of Personal Information
10.14.1. Statistics Canada
10.14.2. Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission (MPHEC)
III. Academic Degrees, Programs and Courses
11. Academic Programs
11.1. General Regulations
11.1.1. Graduating under one calendar
11.1.2. B.A. and B.Sc. Degree Requirements
11.1.3. Declaration of Major, Minor, Honours
11.2. Bachelor of Arts
11.2.1. Requirements for a B.A. Degree
11.2.2. Distribution Requirements
11.2.3. 3/4000 Level Courses
11.2.4. Credits Required for a Major and Minor
11.2.5. Additional Minor
11.2.6. Double Major
11.2.7. Honours Degree
11.2.8. General Degree with Three Minors
11.2.9. The Major as Required for the B.A.
11.2.10. Disciplinary Major
11.2.11. Interdisciplinary Major
11.2.12. Specially Approved Major
11.2.13. Majors Available for the B.A.
11.2.14. The Minor as Required for the B.A.
11.2.15. Disciplinary Minor
11.2.16. Interdisciplinary Minor
11.2.17. Specially Approved Minor
11.2.18. Minors Available for the B.A.
11.2.19. Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Honours Programs
11.2.20. Honours Programs Available for the B.A.
11.3. Bachelor of Science
11.3.1. Requirements for a B.Sc. Degree
11.3.2. Distribution Requirements
11.3.3. Science Core
11.3.4. Minimum Number of Science Credits
11.3.5. 3/4000 Level Science Courses
11.3.6. Credits Required for a Major and Minor
11.3.7. Additional Minor
11.3.8. Double Major
11.3.9. Honours Degree
11.3.10. General Degree with Three Minors
11.3.11. Courses which Qualify as Science Credits
11.3.12. The Major As Required for the B.Sc.
11.3.13. Disciplinary Major
11.3.14. Interdisciplinary Major
11.3.15. Specially Approved Major
11.3.16. Majors available for the B.Sc.
11.3.17. The Minor as Required for the B.Sc.
11.3.18. Disciplinary Minor
11.3.19. Interdisciplinary Minor
11.3.20. Specially Approved Minor
11.3.21. Minors Available for the B.Sc.
11.3.22. Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Honours Programs
11.3.23. Honours Programs Available for the B.Sc.
11.4. Master of Science
11.4.1. Committee on Graduate Studies
11.4.2. Minimum Admission Requirements
11.4.3. Time Required
11.4.4. Course and Thesis Requirements
11.4.5. Standards of Achievement
11.4.6. Supervisory Committee
11.4.7. Application Procedure
11.4.8. Master of Science Course Listing
11.5. Bachelor of Commerce
11.5.1. Primary Objective
11.5.2. Requirements for a Bachelor of Commerce Degree
11.5.3. Distribution Requirements
11.5.4. 3/4000 Level Courses
11.5.5. Commerce Degree Core Requirements
11.5.6. Commerce Electives on the Bachelor of Commerce Degree
11.5.7. The Minor as Required for the Bachelor of Commerce
11.5.8. Elective Credits
11.5.9. Honours Programs Available for the Bachelor of Commerce
11.5.10. Commerce with Honours
11.5.11. Commerce with Honours in Economics
11.5.12. Major from Other Disciplines
11.5.13. Transferring to Commerce
11.6. Bachelor of Music
11.6.1. Financial Assistance
11.6.2. Entrance Requirements for the Bachelor of Music Degree
11.6.3. Requirements for Bachelor of Music Degree
11.6.4. Music Ensembles
11.6.5. Recitals
11.7. Bachelor of Fine Arts
11.7.1. The Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree
11.7.2. Additional Admission Requirements
11.7.3. Advanced Status
11.7.4. Requirements for the Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree
11.7.5. Entrance Scholarship
11.8. Certificate of Bilingualism
11.8.1. Information and Regulations
11.8.2. Standards
11.9. Certificat De Bilinguisme
11.9.1. Renseignements
11.9.2. Niveaux Requis
11.10. Pre-Professional Requirements
11.11. International Programs
11.11.1. Study Abroad and Exchange Programs
11.11.3. Academic Credit for Independent Experiential Learning
11.12. University Special Topic Courses
12. Programs and Courses of Instruction
American Studies
Interdisciplinary B.A. Programs
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Art History
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Entrance Requirements
Interdisciplinary B.Sc. Program
Interdisciplinary B.Sc. Programs
Disciplinary B.Sc. Programs
Canadian Public Policy
Interdisciplinary B.A. Program
Canadian Studies
Interdisciplinary B.A. Programs
Disciplinary B.Sc. Programs
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Cognitive Science
Interdisciplinary B.Sc. Program
Commerce/Ron Joyce Centre for Business Studies
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Computer Science
Disciplinary B.A. and B.Sc. Programs
Interdisciplinary B.A. and B.Sc. Programs
Drama Studies
Interdisciplinary B.A. Programs
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Interdisciplinary B.A. Program
English Literatures
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
Fine Arts
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Art History Courses
French Studies
Geography and Environment
Interdisciplinary B.Sc. Programs
Interdisciplinary B.A. Programs
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Interdisciplinary B.A. and B.Sc. Programs
German Studies
Hispanic Studies
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
International Economics and Business
Interdisciplinary B.A. Program
International Relations
Japanese Studies
Disciplinary B.A. and B.Sc. Programs
Interdisciplinary B.A. Program
Interdisciplinary B.Sc. Program
Modern Languages and Literatures
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics
Multidisciplinary B.A. Programs
Disciplinary B.Sc. Programs
Interdisciplinary B.Sc. Program
Politics and International Relations
Interdisciplinary B.A. Program
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Disciplinary B.A. and B.Sc. Programs
Religious Studies
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Disciplinary B.A. Programs
Spanish Studies
Women's and Gender Studies
Interdisciplinary B.A. Programs

5 Financial Assistance

5.1 Scholarships

Mount Allison is interested in attracting the most well-rounded and involved student citizens from across Canada and abroad every year and is fortunate in being endowed with funds to financially reward and assist them in their studies. Every student has the opportunity to earn a scholarship, regardless of the degree program or the year of study. Mount Allison attempts to make scholarship funds available on an equitable basis across the entire student population.

5.1.1 Eligibility

The University awards scholarships to entering students for academic achievement and extracurricular involvement. Students need not apply for these scholarships, as consideration for scholarship eligibility is automatic and part of the Admissions process. All entering students who indicate the intention to pursue a course of study leading to a career as a medical doctor will automatically be considered for the Goodridge Scholarship. The deadline for application is March 1.

5.1.2 Entrance Scholarships

Scholarships awarded to entering students are tenable as long as the student is carrying a full course load of 30.0 credits over the Fall and Winter terms, and all other conditions of the award are fulfilled. Entrance scholarships range from $500 to $5,000 and most are fully renewable as stated in the scholarship offer letter.

5.1.3 The Bell Scholarship

Established in 2002 as the premier entrance scholarship at Mount Allison, the Bell Scholarship celebrates students who have demonstrated strong academic ability, leadership potential, volunteer work, extracurricular activities, work experience, and good citizenship. To be considered for this prestigious scholarship, applicants must ensure that the required documentation is submitted to the university along with the application for admission by the application deadline of March 1st. Six awards are offered with a value of $48,000 and five awards are offered with a value of $32,000. Visit the Bell Scholarship web site for detailed information on how to apply.

5.1.4 Scholarships for Returning Students

All students who attend Mount Allison will be considered for scholarships after their first year of study. The University General Scholarships will be awarded annually to students, not holding an entrance scholarship, enrolled in a full course load of 30 credits over the Fall and Winter terms and who achieve a GPA of 3.7.

5.1.5 Scholarships Index

Aliant Scholarship
Alumni Entrance Scholarship
Alumni Life Membership Scholarship
Alumni Athletic Achievement Award
Dr. George Anderson Scholarship
Mary Mellish Archibald Scholarship
E. Louise Arnett Memorial Scholarship
Marjorie (Pridham) Atkinson Music Scholarship
Anne Whittaker Bailey Scholarship
Percy Simpson Bailey Scholarship
Violet Bailey Scholarship in Commerce
Katherine & Louise Bamford Memorial Scholarship
Dr. B.E.W. Barnhill Scholarship
W.W. Beer Scholarship
Marjorie Young Bell Scholarship
Ralph Pickard Bell Scholarship
Lord Bennett Scholarship
Malcolm Bent Memorial Scholarship
Dr. Will R. Bird Memorial Scholarship
Mary MacNutt Blaikie Scholarship
Herbert Blair Scholarship
BMO Financial Group Scholarship
Edwin James Booth Scholarship
Harold Lothrop Borden Scholarship
Harold Borden - Maude Macoun Scholarship
C.N. Brown Scholarship
Donovan Leisk Brown Scholarship
Howard F. Brown Memorial Scholarship
Sheila A. Brown Scholarship
David G. Burchell Scholarship
Dr. Thomas Cadman Scholarship
Aubrey Cameron and Nancy MacBain Cameron Awards
The Calgary Scholarship
G. and G. Cameron Scholarship
Dorothy Carlisle Music Enrichment Scholarship
Pauline and Wilfred Carter Scholarship
Barbara Eversfield Cater Scholarship
Jean and Francis Chubb Scholarship
Class of 1960 Scholarship
Class of 1965 Millennium Scholarship
Class of '68 Entrance Scholarship
Class of 1978 Leadership Scholarship
Nathan Cohen Memorial Scholarship
Nina F. Cohen Scholarship
Cole Harbour Alumni Scholarship
John Dixon Copp Scholarship
Coveyduck Family Scholarship
J.E.A. Crake Scholarship
James Russell & Martha Crawford Scholarship
William S.H. Crawford Scholarship
Christine Milo Wilson Cruikshank Scholarship
Marion H Cumming Scholarship
Shirley Cumming-Nolan Scholarship
The Cynthia Dale Fine Arts Scholarship
William S.A. Daley Scholarship
Edgar Davidson Memorial Scholarship
K.L. Dawson Scholarship
Georgia Pippy Day Scholarship
Norman Augustus Deale Scholarship
Marguerite Deinstadt Scholarship
L.G. DesBrisay Scholarship
C.F. Dixon Scholarship
Reverend Karl F. '27 and Edna Drew Memorial Scholarship for International Students
Ellen Annette Driscoll Scholarship
Jack Drover Athletics Award
Ebbutt Memorial Trust Scholarship
Carleton Elliott Scholarship
Lavinia Estabrooks Scholarship
Faculty Scholarship
J. Archie Fleming Scholarship
William Thomas Ross Flemington Scholarship
Ronald and Frances Ford Family Scholarship
Fred S. Fountain Scholarship
Vivienne Fowler Scholarship in Music
Jeff 'Skip' Fraser, Memorial Scholarship
Joe Fraser '44 Memorial Scholarship
Gairdner Scholarship
F.W. and H.R. George Scholarship
Province of NB Golden Jubilee Scholarship
Dr. L.A. Goodridge Scholarship
Gwen Gosnell Scholarship
Anna Gough Scholarship
Graduating Organ Student Scholarship
H. Spencley Hamer Scholarship
Eileen Hesler Scholarship
Margaret Hesler Scholarship
Leta G. Hill Memorial Scholarship
Wallace and Rosena Hill Scholarship
Marguerite Hubbard Charitable Foundation Music Scholarship
E.J. Hughes and Zoe Hughes Foster Scholarship
Sidney W. Hunton Scholarship
Mary Margaret (Peggy Mackenzie) Irvine Scholarship
R.A. Jodrey Scholarship
Roy A Jodrey Scholarship in Science
Allison Heartz Johnson Scholarship
E.J. Hughes and Zoë (Hughes) Foster Scholarship
Ron Joyce Foundation Scholarship
J. James Keith Scholarship
J. Kalnins Music scholarship
Robert G. Kay/Killam Properties Entrance Scholarship
Khaki Scholarship
James A. Killam Scholarship
Killam American Fund Scholarship
Lesmere F. Kirkpatrick Scholarship
Matt Khoury Fund in Support of Mountie Football
Karl and Judy Larsen Scholarship
Lower Canada Connection Football Award
Professor Patricia Lee Music Scholarship
Donald Corbel LeQuesne Scholarship
Jeannie Forbes Leslie Memorial Scholarship
R.W. and Ruth Lister Scholarship
Myrtle Lockerby Scholarship in Music
Grace Annie Lockhart Memorial Scholarship
London Life Business Education Scholarship
Rouie Adair Long Scholarship
Erma Westhaver Loomis Scholarship
Elizabeth Lovitt Scholarship
Stuart Lowerison Scholarship
Donald MacGregor Scholarship
L.A. Machum Scholarship
MacGillivray-Hamilton Scholarship
Elaine MacIntosh Scholarship
Margaret and Malcolm MacIntyre Scholarship
Donald MacLauchlan Scholarship
Alastair MacLeod Scholarship
Maple Leaf Foods Scholarship
Robert A. Marsh Scholarship
L. W. McAnn Scholarship
Harrison McCain Scholarship
Mary K. McKean Scholarship
Bryce McKiel Scholarship
Patricia Saunders McKinna Music Scholarship
Mr. and Mrs. S.B. Mitra Scholarship
Nathaniel Morgan Scholarship
Mount Allison Scholarship
MTT Scholarship
Murray Family Scholarship
Betty and MacKay Murray Entrance Scholarship
Gladys Muttart Scholarship
NB Tel Centennial Scholarship
NBUOF Scholarship/Bursary
David Neale Scholarship
Nelson-Littlejohns Scholarship in Philosophy, Ethics and Religion
New Brunswick School Trustee Association Scholarship
G. J. Oulton Scholarship
Isabel (Munro) Pace Scholarship
T.B. Parlee Scholarship
Donald D. Patterson Scholarship
H. P. and L. G. Patterson Scholarship
Margaret Sterns Peake Scholarship
Lloyd T. Pearce Scholarship
Major Walter (Bubbles) Peters Memorial Scholarship
David K. Pickard Scholarship
Mary Emerancy Pickard Scholarship
Herbert L. Pottle Scholarship
PricewaterhouseCoopers Scholarship
E. B. Pulford Scholarship
Charles Gordon Rand Scholarship
The Rand Family Scholarship
R.H.W. Foundation Scholarship
John J.E. Risser Scholarship
John Ritcey Scholarship
Margaret M. Roberts Scholarship
George Victor Ross Scholarship
Ruggles Gates Scholarship
Evelyn (Jones) Salsman Scholarship
Eleanor Sharp Scholarship
Herbert Sharp Scholarship
JR Shaw Entrance Scholarship
Shenton Scholarship
John R. Siggins Scholarship
Arthur W. and Sarah Smith Scholarship
Sobey Foundation Scholarship
Sobey Performance Scholarship
Edgar F. Sparkes Memorial Scholarship
Dr. Ross A. Stanway Entrance Scholarship
J. J. Stewart Scholarship
John D. Thorburn Scholarship
Dorothy E. Thorne Memorial Scholarship
Stiles Towse Scholarship
Transalta Aboriginal Scholarship
George J. Trueman Scholarship
Canadian University Women's (Sackville) Scholarship
Marc E. Vallée Memorial Scholarship in Medical Physics
Prof. Pravin K. Varma Teaching Internships
Wallace Weekend Scholarship
Walker Wood Foundation Entrance Scholarship
Walker Wood Foundation Entrance Scholarship in Biochemistry
Walker Wood Foundation Entrance Scholarship in Science
R. Sterling Walls Scholarship
M.T. Walshman Scholarship
Dr. Harrison Hedley Way Scholarship
Jean T. Ward Scholarship
Enid Webber Scholarships
Weston Family Scholarship
R.G.G. Wilkinson Scholarship
R H Winters Scholarship
Robert and Peggy Winters Scholarship
Women's Ice Hockey Scholarship
Women's Soccer Club Scholarship
Wood Memorial Scholarship
Robert and Maud Worthen Music Scholarship
Don Wright Scholarship
Clarence and Muriel Wry Scholarship
Angus Stuart Young Scholarship
Chris Young Memorial Academic Scholarship

5.2 Bursaries

The Mount Allison bursary program provides assistance to full-time and part-time students who demonstrate financial need and who have exhausted all other avenues of support. Prior to applying for a Mount Allison bursary, applicants should apply to their province or country of residence for financial aid. Bursaries are awarded on the basis of financial need to students who have made satisfactory academic progress. Students needing assistance are encouraged to obtain an application form at the start of each term. Application forms are found on the Registrar's Office web page under Financial Aid.

5.2.1 Entrance Bursary Program

Mount Allison's Entrance Bursary Program has been established to offer assistance to students who have financial need in order to provide access to post-secondary education and to help them successfully complete their studies within a reasonable time period. Bursaries are determined based on financial need and are intended to supplement, but not replace, the student's own resources and the resources of the applicant's immediate family. Financial need is established when a student can demonstrate that his/her expenses exceed his/her resources. This financial aid component was designed to help entering students with exceptional financial need who show academic promise. Students must first be accepted for admission at Mount Allison before the Entrance Bursary application is processed. Completed Entrance Bursary applications must be received by the deadline date each year, as noted on the application, in order to be considered. Students starting in January are not eligible for this award. To maintain their eligibility, students must also apply to their province for a student loan. Likewise, to maintain eligibility, international students from the United States must apply and be approved for a subsidized Direct Loan from the US Department of Education.

5.2.2 President's Advisory Committee International Student Entrance Bursary Program

The International Student Bursary Fund is administered by the President's Advisory Committee on International Students - Financial (PACIS-F) and offers a limited number of renewable International Student Entrance Bursaries to qualified applicants. In addition to financial need, applicants will be considered on a variety of factors such as academic standing and extracurricular involvement. In order to be considered for one of these awards, applicants must provide an outline of extracurricular activities and letters of reference that will support your application.

5.2.3 Senior Citizen Bursary Program

The Senior Citizen Bursary offers assistance to students 65 years of age or older who have financial need in order to provide access to post-secondary education and to help them successfully complete their studies within a reasonable time period. Bursaries "are determined based on financial need and are intended to supplement, but not replace, the student's own resources and the resources of the applicant's immediate family." Financial need is established when a student can demonstrate that his/her expenses exceed his/her resources. This financial aid component was designed to help entering or returning students age 65 or older with financial need. Students must first be accepted for admission and/or be enrolled at Mount Allison before the Senior Citizen Bursary application is processed. Completed Senior Citizen Bursary applications must be received by the deadline date each year, as noted on the application, in order to be considered.

5.2.4 Bursaries Index

Anderson Family Commerce Bursary
George Anderson Bursary
ARAMARK Canada, Ltd.
Athletic Achievement Bursary
Katherine and Louise Bamford Memorial Bursary
Kay Beaman Memorial Bursary
Clifford Belding Bursary
Stephen Bird Bursary
J.J. Blackburn Bursary
Charles H. Blakney Bursary
Borden Family Bursary
John Bourinot Bursary
Aurore E. Bourque Bursary
George T. Bowser Bursary
John Bragg Bursary
Reverend Ralph Brecken Bursary
W.A. and Emma Broidy Bursary
Stuart J. Budden Bursary
CIBC Bursary
Catherine Callbeck Bursary
Aubrey and Nancy Cameron Bursary
Aubrey Cameron and Nancy MacBain Cameron Awards
Kathleen Cameron Bursary
Chalmers Family Scholarship
Fran and Edmund Clark Student Mobility Fund
Stephen and June Clark Memorial Bursary
John T. Clarke Bursary
Class of '33 International Student Bursary
Class of '41 Bursary
Class of '43 Bursary
Class of '48 Bursary
Class of '51 Bursary
Class of '52 Bursary
Class of '54 Bursary
Class of '55 Bursary
Class of '58 Bursary
Class of '59 Bursary
Class of '61 Bursary
Class of '61 Bursary for Returning Students
Class of '62 Bursary
Class of '63 Bursary
Class of '64 Bursary
Class of '70 Bursary
Class of '72 Bursary
Class of '73 Travel Bursary
Class of '82 Bursary
Class of '89 Bursary
Class of '93 Bursary
Coastal Inns Bursary
Coca Cola Bursary
E.R. Cogswell Bursary
Reuben Cohen Bursary
J.E.A. Crake Bursary
J.E.A. Crake Bursary for International Students
Eric Dennis Memorial Bursary
Annie A. Dickson Bursary
J.L. Dixon Bursary
Ellen A. Driscoll Bursary
Art Drysdale Memorial Bursary
Margaret Duvar Bursary
David Ebert Bursary
Margaret Evans Memorial Bursary
Facilities Management Bursary
Fluhmann Family Bursary
Natalie LeBlanc Forrestall Fine Arts Bursary
John A. Fraser Memorial Fund
Fundy Bursary
Harvey Gilmour Bursary
Donald T. Goodwin Bursary
Guardian Capital Inc Bursary
Janet and Eldon Gunn Bursary for Atlantic Canadian Students
A. and T. Harrison Bursary
Reid, Marilyn, Janet & David Harrison Family Bursary
G.R. Hart Bursary
Doreen Havey Bursary
James C. Healy Bursary
E.L. Heighton Bursary
H.E.Y. Day Bursary
J. R. Howard Bursary
Sheila Hugh MacKay Foundation Bursary
Annie Inch Hunton Bursary
International Student Bursary
J. A. Jardine Bursary
Rev. J. Austin Jardine Bursary
The Joyce Foundation Purdy Crawford Bursary
Herbert Williams Kimball Bursary
Matt Khoury Fund in Support of Mountie Football
Dr. Warren Langille Music Bursary
Oscar Z. LeBlanc Bursary
W. Holly and E. Francis Lister Bursary
Terrance C. Lockwood Bursary
David McArel MacAulay Award
Allan MacBeth Bursary
Margaret Jean MacCallum Bursary
Brian P. MacDonald International Experience Bursary
Elaine and Scott MacDonald Bursary
Dr. George MacDonald and Ruby Barter Memorial Bursary
Stanley H. MacDonald Bursary
Christine MacInnis Memorial Bursary
Iver MacIver Bursary
Julia MacLauchlan and Warren MacKenzie Bursary
Adele MacLennan Bursary
Dr. Philip Mainguy Bursary
Jean Manuel Memorial Bursary
Henri and Jeannette Marcotte Bursary
Ralph Marshall Bursary
JR Dewolfe Matheson Bursary
Mature Student Bursary
A.R. McClelan Bursary
Ian McConnell Bursary
Evans McKeil Family Bursary
J. William McLaggan Bursary
Mount Allison Bursary
Mount Allison Staff Association Bursary
W.O. Lloyd Allison Munson Award
Music Department Bursary
Robert M. Ogilvie Bursary
PACIS Bursary
Doris M. Pickup Memorial Bursary
Muriel F. Pottle Bursary
Project Rebuild Bursary
Ivan C. Rand Bursary
Geraldine Reid Bursary
Mel and Pauline Rice Bursary
Marjorie Wry Robertson Bursary
Sally Rodd Bursary
Thomas and Jean Rose Bursary
Philip and Annie Wakim Saab Bursary
Sackville Business Bursary
Sawdon Bursary
Scotsburn Bursary
Scoudouc River Bursary
Craig Sears Memorial Bursary
Arthur and Evelyn Simpkins Bursary
J. Wesley Smith Bursary
R.L. and M.L. Stailing Bursary
Harriett Starr Stewart Bursary
Robert Summerby-Murray Travel Bursary
Rodger Taylor Bursary
TD Bank Financial Group Bursary
E. Margaret (Jewett) Underwood Bursary
United Church Bursary
Joseph Samuel and Cora Vallis Bursary
R. Sterling Walls Bursary
Helen Reeves Warner and Estelle Warner French Teachers' Bursary in Voice
Avard Wells Bursary
Westmorland Bursary
James Wheeler Memorial Bursary
Rev. Arthur Whiteside Memorial Bursary
Windsor Foundation Football Bursary
WUSC Student Bursary
Angus Stuart Young Bursary
Fred Young Bursary

5.3 Pre-Theological Bursaries

Various forms of financial assistance are available to students at Mount Allison who intend to study theology and enter some form of Christian Ministry.

5.3.1 The Mount Allison Theological Fund

The Mount Allison Theological Fund is administered by the Pre-Theological student advisor and is used in a variety of ways for the benefit of pre-theological students. Monies from the fund are available to students in the form of loans and bursaries. Various denominations provide assistance to students in Arts who intend to study for some form of Christian ministry. Information can be obtained from the Pre-Theological student advisor. In addition, some theological schools offer scholarships and bursaries to students in Arts who undertake to study theology at the theological school concerned. Pine Hill Divinity Hall (the United Church component of the Atlantic School of Theology) offers grants to students preparing for the ministry in the United Church. Students must commit themselves to taking full courses in Theology at the Atlantic School of Theology and plan to work for at least two years thereafter for the United Church of Canada. Students who do not fulfill these conditions are expected to arrange for repayment of monies received.

5.3.2 Application Procedure

Advanced applications are not necessary for Pre-Theological bursaries, but students who wish to apply should contact the Pre-Theological student advisor at the beginning of the academic year.

5.3.3 Pre-Theological Funds Index

Through the generosity of donors over the years, the following endowed funds are available:

Dr. E. Baker Theologue
Laura M. Baxter Theologue
Andrew M. Bell Theologue
Harold S. Bishop Memorial Theologue
Mary Jane Bowser Pre-Theological Theologue
Rev. Dr. G. Roy and Olive Scott Bragg Theologue
Annie Maud Cann Theologue
F.O. Creighton Theologue
Rev. Edwin Evans, D.D. and Martha E. Evans Memorial Theologue
Ella Mersereau Evans Theologue
Nancy M. Fraser, R.N. and Norman S. Fraser Theologue
Jairus Hart Theologue
Jerusalem Theologue
R. B. MacLennan Theologue
F.R. Matthews Theologue
Pre Theological Theologue
Robert Robertson Theologue
James Edward Shanklin Memorial Theologue
Howard M. Silver Memorial Theologue
John Wesley Smith Theologue
Richard W. Weddall Memorial Theologue

5.4 Independent Student Research Grants Program

Mount Allison offers a generous Independent Student Research Grants program aimed at third year students entering their fourth and final year of study. These awards allow students to work on their own independently developed research or creative activity project, under the close supervision and mentorship of a faculty advisor. This is an opportunity to better understand research and creative activity methods and to actively engage in research and creative activities in areas of special interest.

Rouie Adair Long Student Research Award
R. Thomas M. Allan Summer Research Scholarship
Marjorie Young Bell Summer Fellowships
Dr. Harold E. Bigelow Scholarship
Capital Campaign Summer Fellowships
R.P. Chapman Scholarship
Class of '46 Summer Scholarship
J.E.A. Crake Student Fellowships
Dr. A. Cuthbertson Summer Research Scholarship
Ellis Fund
Dr. L.A. Goodridge Summer Fellowships
Minogue Medical Student Research Award
NBTEL Student Research Scholarship
Nova Scotia Power Research Scholarship
Petrocan Research Fellowships
Dr. Robert Thompson Summer Student Research Award
Universitas Research Fellowships
Karen R. Grant Independent Student Research Award

5.5 The Donald Cameron and Class of 1950 Student Loan and Assistance Fund

Donald A. Cameron served this University as Registrar from 1959 to 1986, following a term as Assistant Professor of Education. He obtained a B.Sc. in 1950 from Mount Allison University. In 1952-53, he held a Lord Beaverbrook Overseas Scholarship and received a Diploma in English Educational Thought and Practice from the University of London in 1953. Upon his retirement as Registrar in 1986, and in recognition of his long and distinguished service, the University established the Donald A. Cameron Student Loan Fund from which students with financial need and good academic standing might be able to obtain assistance. Interested students may apply to the Financial Aid and Awards Counsellor.

5.6 Residence Leadership Award

The Residence Leadership Award program recognizes leadership experience that living in residence beyond the second year of study. Students continuing to live in residence for their third and fourth years are in leadership roles and act as mentors to new students at Mount Allison. Students living in residence for their third consecutive year of study will be awarded $500.00. Students living in residence for their fourth consecutive year will be awarded $1,000.00. No application is required. Amounts will be credited on student accounts in September and January.

Note: See Academic Calendar Section 5.1.6 for the Scholarship Index, and Section 5.2.4 for the Bursaries Index