Continuing Scholarships

Campion College continuing scholarships are generally awarded to students who have distinguished themselves in their studies; however, the criteria for awards do vary from academic excellence to financial need and extra-curricular involvement.

Scholarships for which application is required.

The following Campion College scholarships are awarded in the Fall. The application deadline for Continuing Scholarships is February 1.

Continuing Scholarship Application Form for Fall 2018

This is a pdf form that requires Adobe Reader. You will need to download the file. Please complete the form, save it to your desktop, and either print and return to the Campion Registrar's Office or attach the file in an email to campion.registrar@uregina.ca . Applicants who send their application via email will receive an email confirmation that the application was received.

Credit hours: In most cases where a credit hour range is given, especially in the case of bursaries, the required hours must be completed by the beginning of the term in which the award is given. In cases where criteria are academic and full-time study or a full-course load is required, credit hours must be completed by the end of the winter semester. 

Unless otherwise indicated, recipients must register in the Fall semester as a full-time student as defined by the University of Regina.

Archbishop's Senior Scholarship

 $1,000.00

This scholarship, donated by the Archbishop of Regina, is awarded to a Campion student who has successfully completed at least one year of full-time study and who is majoring in either Philosophy or Religious Studies. Although the award is open to any student who fulfills the academic criteria, preference will be given to those from the Archdiocese of Regina who have expressed an intention to enter the priesthood or religious life.

 

Archdiocese of Regina Scholarship

 $1,000.00

This scholarship, provided by the Archdiocese of Regina, is awarded to a Campion student who has successfully completed at least one year of full-time study, has demonstrated academic aptitude, and has been active in the religious life of a parish or of the College. Preference will be given to students from the Archdiocese who have completed classes in Philosophy or Religious Studies.

 

Campion College Students’ Union Bursaries

2 @ $500.00

These bursaries, established by the Campion College Students’ Union, are awarded to Campion students in financial need who have completed at least 24 credit hours, have a minimum U.G.P.A. of 65%, and are continuing full-time.

 

Clement and Cecilia Frey Bursary

 $500.00

This bursary, established in memory of Clem and Cecilia Frey by their family, is awarded annually to a Campion student who has completed at least 24 credit hours and is registered in at least 12 credit hours in the fall semester. Financial need is the main criterion, but the applicant must have a minimum 70% average.

 

Dr. Anton Xuereb Memorial Senior Scholarship

 $1,000.00

This scholarship is for students enrolled at Campion College who are registered on the basis of mature admission as defined in the University of Regina Calendar. Eligible students are those who have obtained a minimum U.G.P.A. of 75%. Students must register in a minimum of three credit hours in the fall semester. Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated financial need.  The scholarship is made possible by the generosity of Christina Attard and Dr. Jim Farney on behalf of the Xuereb family. Dr. Anton Xuereb was awarded a PhD by Fordham University in 1997 (posthumously) for his work in Medieval History. A father of four, Anton worked as a school teacher in New York city and undertook his doctoral thesis as a mature student. The Xuereb family immigrated to New York from Malta in 1952, and Anton was the first member of his family to achieve an advanced university degree. The Roman Catholic faith played an important role in Anton’s life. He passed away in 1995 after a battle with Leukemia.

 

Dr. John M. and Regina Riffel  Senior Bursary

 $750.00

This bursary was established by Father John M. Riffel in memory of his wife and of their pioneer parents, Anton and Katherina Riffel, and Benedict and Magdalena Deis. The bursary is awarded annually in September to a senior Campion student who has completed at least 24 credit hours with a U.G.P.A. of at least 70%. The bursary is based on financial need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular activities.

 

Dr. Kenneth McGovern Bursary in the Humanities

  $1,000.00

This award has been established in honour of Dr. Kenneth L. McGovern, past president of Campion College and long-time professor of Philosophy. It is granted to a Campion student in the Humanities who has completed at least 30 credit hours, has a minimum 70% U.G.P.A., and remains registered in at least 12 credit hours throughout the semester in which the bursary is awarded. Financial need is the primary criterion, but academic performance and extra-curricular activities may be considered as well. Preferential consideration will be given to Philosophy majors.

 

Elizabeth and George Watson Memorial Scholarship

 $300.00

This scholarship was established by friends and family in memory of Elizabeth and George Watson, friends of Campion College. It is awarded to a Campion student who has completed at least 24 credit hours, has a U.G.P.A. of at least 75%, and is registered in at least nine credit hours in the fall semester. Academic achievement is the main criterion, but financial need and extra-curricular activities are also used to evaluate the applicants.

 

Emond Scholarship in Religious Studies

$2, 000.00

The Emond Scholarship in Religious Studies is awarded to a student pursuing a degree in Religious Studies and continuing as a full-time Campion student in the upcoming Fall semester. It was established by Richard Emond, an alumnus of Campion who received BA degrees in both Religious Studies and Psychology. The recipient of this award must have successfully completed Year 2 of studies (as defined by the University of Regina) and achieved a minimum 70% UGPA. Preference will be given to those with a minor in Psychology or who have completed or are registered in at least three courses in Psychology and who actively display the Jesuit model of service to the world.

 

Jamie Lynn Morrison Memorial Scholarship

 $500.00

This scholarship is awarded to a Campion student working toward a B.A. in English. The student must have completed at least 30 credit hours and must be registered in at least 12 credit hours in the semester during which the scholarship is awarded. While academic achievement is the main criterion for the award, financial need and extra-curricular activities will also be considered. This award is endowed by friends and family of Jamie Morrison, who was a student at Campion College, and by the Campion College Alumni Association.

 

Jesuit Fathers Senior Bursaries

 2 @ $500.00

These bursaries are based on financial need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular activities, and are awarded to Campion students who have completed at least 30 and not more than 90 credit hours of studies.

 

Knights of Columbus Regina Council #1247 Centennial Bursary

$1,000.00

 

This bursary is awarded annually in the fall to a Campion student who has completed at least 30 credit hours, and who is registered in at least nine credit hours in the fall semester. Financial need is the main criterion, but preference will be given to students whose declared major is in science.

 

Kovacs Voice Entrance and Senior Scholarship

$1,000.00

This scholarship will be awarded to the most promising Campion student who is majoring in Voice at the University of Regina. It is open to both entering students and senior students. An entering student who wishes to apply for this scholarship must have his/her high school music teacher or choir director send a letter of recommendation to the Scholarship Committee. A senior student who wishes to apply for this scholarship must have one of his/her music professors at the University of Regina send a letter of recommendation to the Scholarship Committee.

In order to be eligible for this scholarship, an entering student must have a high school average exceeding 75% and a senior student must have a U.G.P.A. that exceeds 75%.

 

Lillian M. Deutscher Memorial Bursary

 $1,200.00

This bursary was established by Reverend Joseph C. Deutscher in memory of his sister, who dedicated her life to children as a school teacher. It is awarded to a Campion student who has completed at least 30 credit hours and is a member of a Roman Catholic parish. The applicant will be selected on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular activities. Preferential consideration will be given to female students and/or to students interested in a future career in teaching.

 

Marian High School Alumnae Bursary

 $500.00

This bursary is awarded to a female Campion student who has completed 24-60 credit hours, and who is continuing full-time. Financial need will be the main criterion, but academic achievement and extra-curricular activities may also be used to evaluate the applicants. Preference will be given to students in Women's and Gender Studies. This bursary is made possible by an endowment from Marian High School alumnae, and in part by a legacy from Dr. Douglas T. Martin, an alumnus of Campion High School.

 

Mary Volk Memorial Scholarship for Continuing Students

$2,500.00 (2 installments of $1,250.00)

Awarded annually in the fall to a Campion Media, Art, & Performance student who has completed at least 30 credit hours, has a minimum 75% UGPA and is registered in at least 12 credit hours in the fall and winter semesters. Academic achievement and financial need will be the main criteria, and preference will be given to students majoring in Music.

 

Monsignor Gocki Scholarship

 $500.00

This scholarship is awarded to Campion students who have declared their majors as either Philosophy or Religious Studies, and have maintained the highest U.G.P.A. of students majoring in those areas. Preference will be given to students who are graduates of a Regina Catholic high school or who have expressed an intention to enter the priesthood or religious life.

 

Reverend David Eley, S.J. Scholarship in Fine Arts

$1,000.00

This award has been established in honour of Dr. David Eley, S.J., past president of Campion College and professor of Media Studies. It is granted to a Campion Media, Art, & Performance student who has completed at least 60 credit hours, has a minimum 70% U.G.P.A., and remains registered in at least 12 credit hours throughout the semester in which the scholarship is awarded. Academic achievement is the main criterion but financial need and extra-curricular activities will also be considered. Preference will be given to students majoring in Film Studies.

 

Reverend Del Kines/Reverend Len Sullivan Memorial and Reverend Joseph Frey Bursary

$1,500.00

 

This bursary is for a Campion student who has completed at least 30 and not more than 90 credit hours of studies, and who comes from a Roman Catholic parish in Saskatchewan. The applicant will be selected on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular activities. This bursary is made possible by the generosity of Reverend Joseph Frey.

 

Reverend John C. Molloy Memorial Scholarship

 $2,500.00 ( 2 installments of $1,250.00 )

This scholarship, established in memory of Father Molloy's long tenure as professor of Psychology, is for a Campion student in the final year of an Honours program in Psychology. Minimum U.G.P.A. for application is 75%, and the student must be registered in at least 12 credit hours per semester and must be seriously planning to continue in a career in Psychology. The personal statement section in the application form must include a description of career goals, possible topics for the Honours thesis, and financial situation. Applicants are also required to submit a letter of support from a Psychology professor. Academic achievement will thus not be the sole criterion in the judging of applications, which will be the jurisdiction of a committee consisting of members of the Psychology department of Campion College. This scholarship is made possible by the generosity of friends of Father Molloy, but most particularly by his family.

 

Reverend Jos. B. Gavin, S.J. Scholarship in Arts

 $1,000.00

This award has been established in honour of Dr. Jos. B. Gavin, S.J., past president of Campion College and professor of History and Religious Studies. It is awarded to a Campion Arts student who has completed at least 60 credit hours, has a minimum 70% U.G.P.A., and remains registered in at least 12 credit hours throughout the semester in which the scholarship is awarded. Academic achievement is the main criterion, but financial need and extra-curricular activities are also considered. Preference is given to students majoring in Religious Studies, History, or Human Justice.

 

Reverend Joseph Schner, S.J. Bursary in Psychology

 $1,000.00

This bursary has been established in honour of Dr. Joseph G. Schner, S.J., past president of Campion College and longtime professor of Psychology. It is awarded to a Campion student majoring in Psychology who has completed at least 60 credit hours, has a minimum 70% U.G.P.A., and remains registered in at least 12 credit hours throughout the semester in which the bursary is awarded. Financial need is the primary criterion but academic performance and extra-curricular activities may be considered as well.

 

Reverend Walter A. Wadey Bursary

 $1,200.00

This bursary, made possible by the late Father Wadey and Holy Trinity Parish, Regina, is awarded to a Campion College student who has completed at least 24 credit hours of a first degree, who is continuing full-time, and who is an active member of a Roman Catholic parish in the Regina Archdiocese. Financial need and academic achievement are the main criteria, but extra-curricular activities and plans for the future may also be used to evaluate the applicants.

 

Richard and Loretta Bisson Bursary

 $1,500.00

This bursary honours Richard Bisson and his late wife Loretta, parents of Campion professor Dr. Peter Bissson, S.J., and has been made possible by Richard Bisson. It is awarded to a Campion student who has completed at least 30 credit hours and is continuing full-time. Financial need is the primary criterion, but academic performance will also be taken into consideration.

Sinclair-Salamon Bursary

$1,200.00

This bursary, established by alumna Patricia (John) Sinclair and alumna Genevieve Salamon (Glen Gunther), is awarded to a female Campion student designated as a mature student (as defined by the University of Regina) and pursuing a degree with a major in the areas of Anthropology, French, Economics, English, Geography, History, International Studies, Linguistics, Philosophy, Psychology, Religious Studies, or Sociology. The student must have achieved a minimum of 60 credit hours and not more than 90 credit hours, be registered in the Fall semester at Campion College for a minimum of 9 credit hours, and have achieved a minimum 70% overall average in the previous academic year.

 

Stuart Lefebvre Memorial Bursaries

 $1,000.00

These bursaries are in memory of Stuart Lefebvre, a Campion Science student who was a shining example of courage and determination in his lifelong battle with cancer and the complications from its treatment. Established by his family and friends, they are awarded annually in the fall to Campion students (either continuing or entrance) who have faced serious illness, disability, or other major life challenge, in the same spirit. Financial need is not the primary criterion, but will be considered. Applicants must have a minimum average of 65%, must be registered in at least two classes in the upcoming Fall semester, and must provide a letter of support from someone, outside the family, familiar with their situation.

Should the entrance scholarship not be awarded in a particular year due to a lack of applicants, two awards may go to continuing students instead, and vice versa. 

 

Susan Haddad Family Bursary

 $1,000.00

This bursary was established by Susan Haddad and her family, all alumni of Campion College. It is awarded to a Campion student who has completed at least 30 credit hours and is registered in at least 12 credit hours in the fall semester. Financial need is the main criterion, but the applicant must have a minimum 75% average.

 


Scholarships for which application is required, but application deadlines vary.

Pastoral Studies Bursary APPLICATION FORM

For more information on Pastoral Studies scholarships, contact the Director of Pastoral Studies.

Anna Sombrutski Memorial Bursaries

 4 @ $500.00

Four bursaries of $500.00 each are awarded annually in the fall or winter semester to Campion/Continuing Education students who are enrolled in the Pastoral Studies Certificate program, and who demonstrate an interest in entering a field of Christian ministry. Applicants should show financial need. These bursaries are made possible by a legacy from Mrs. Ann Sombrutski, a friend of the College.

 

Margaret Pletz Memorial Bursaries

2 @ $500.00 

These bursaries were established by Mary Pletz in honour of her sister, Margaret Pletz, whose life work was educating children in the Regina Separate School system. These bursaries will be awarded annually in the fall or winter semester to Campion/Continuing Education students who are enrolled in the Pastoral Studies program. Financial need is a major criterion.

 

International Service Learning Scholarship

The Campion College International Service Learning scholarship has been established to provide financial assistance to Campion College students wishing to engage in volunteer work in other countries. To be eligible, students must affiliate themselves with a recognized international development volunteer organization and have a minimum 70% U.G.P.A. Preference will be given to students who plan to enroll in courses through Campion College upon their return. Up to $3,000 will be awarded annually. The amount granted for each individual request will vary based on the nature of the project, the financial need of the applicant, and the number of applications received. To apply, students must submit evidence of their acceptance as a volunteer for an international development volunteer organization and a proposal (minimum 250 words) outlining the nature of the volunteer work in which they will be engaged. Upon return, applicants are required to provide a reference letter from a project supervisor within the organization for which they worked, and must be prepared to give a presentation on their volunteer project to the Campion community.

There is no deadline; review of proposals is continuous until all the funds available in a given year are allocated.

International Service Learning Scholarship APPLICATION FORM

For more information on the International Service Learning Scholarship, contact the Awards Officer.

 


Scholarships and Awards that are awarded automatically. (No application required.)

Alpha Sigma Nu Scholarship

 $1,000.00

Established by Alpha Sigma Nu, the honor society for Jesuit institutions of higher education, this scholarship is awarded based on academic achievement to a continuing Campion student who has completed at least 30 credit hours and is a member of Alpha Sigma Nu.

 

Campion College Graduate Scholarship 

 $1,000.00

This scholarship was established in honour of the 400th anniversary of the death of St. Edmund Campion and is awarded to a full-time graduate student of the University of Regina who was registered through Campion for one or more years. This scholarship must be applied for at the Faculty of Graduate Studies. Please consult the Faculty of Graduate Studies for details about criteria and application procedures.

 

Campion College Students’ Union Award (Winter)

 Tuition Fees

A waiver of tuition fees for one class is granted to the nine students serving on the Campion College Students' Union executive with the approval of the faculty advisor.

 

Edmund Campion Anniversary Award

 $1,000.00

On the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the death of St. Edmund Campion, the College established a scholarship to be awarded to the continuing Campion student who achieves the highest average in 30 credit hours over the past two semesters, having completed at least 60 and not more than 90 credit hours.

 

George B. Flahiff, C.S.B. Scholarship in Medieval History

$500

Awarded in the fall to the Campion student who achieved the highest grade of 80% or above in a second-year medieval history course (HIST 224, 265, or 266) in the preceding academic year. If no Campion student achieves a grade of 80% or above in any of these courses, the award is to go to whichever student obtained the highest grade in these courses as long as the mark is 80% or above.

 

Leonard E. Boyle, O.P. Scholarship in Medieval and Classical Studies

 $500

 

Awarded in the fall to a student who is a declared major in Medieval and Classical Studies. Applicants must have completed at least two courses in the Medieval and Classical Studies program, and must be registered in at least one such course for the fall semester.  The scholarship will be awarded to the Campion student who has the highest program average of 80% or above amongst Medieval and Classical Studies majors. If no Campion CMST major has a program average of 80% or above, the scholarship is to go to whichever CMST major has the highest program average of 80% or above.

 

Michael Zerr Scholarships

 2 @ $500.00

The Michael Zerr memorial scholarships are awarded to two Campion students who have completed at least 30 but not more than 45 credit hours, with the highest U.G.P.A. among students with second-year standing. They must be registered in at least 12 credit hours in the semester during which the scholarships are awarded. These scholarships are made possible by Michael Zerr's friends and associates at the Sask. Liquor and Gaming Authority. Michael Zerr was an alumnus of Campion College.

 

Paul and Carol Hill Scholars in Catholic Studies

$500.00

The Paul and Carol Hill Scholars in Catholic Studies scholarships are awarded each fall to full-time Campion students who have declared themselves as minors in the Catholic Studies program. Up to ten scholarships are awarded each year. Students must have a minimum U.G.P.A. of 70%; entering students must have a minimum high school average of 80%. Preference will be given to graduates of Athol Murray College of Notre Dame in Wilcox, Saskatchewan. Scholars will receive $500 for one course that satisfies the requirements of the minor in Catholic Studies, or $1,000 for two or more such courses in a single semester. A maximum of $2,500 per student may be awarded over the student's program. These scholarships are made possible by the generosity of Paul and Carol Hill.

 

Reverend Angus MacDougall, S.J. Memorial Award

 $200.00

This award is for a Campion student who has completed between 60 and 90 credit hours, is a major in English, and has the highest U.G.P.A. among students in that discipline. It is made possible by Dr. J. W. Tomecko, an alumnus of Campion High School and a professor of Father MacDougall, former Principal and Rector of Campion.

 

Reverend Desmond P. Burke-Gaffney, S.J. Scholarship

 $750.00

This scholarship is given in memory of Desmond P. Burke-Gaffney, S.J., Dean of Campion College from 1969 to 1976. It is awarded to a Campion student pursuing studies in the Humanities, having completed at least 60 and not more than 90 credit hours, and having the highest U.G.P.A. of students in that area of study.

 

Reverend E. Peter W. Nash, S.J. Scholarships

 3 @ $400.00

The Nash scholarships honour E. Peter W. Nash, S.J., the first President of Campion College. These awards are presented to Campion students who have completed at least 60 and not more than 90 credit hours, with the highest U.G.P.A. in each of the following areas: Fine Arts, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences.

 

Reverend John J. LePine, S.J. Award in Canadian History

 $300.00

This award was established by the LePine family in memory of Reverend John J. LePine, S.J., a professor of Canadian History at Campion College, 1963-1984. The award goes to a Campion student with the highest U.G.P.A. among those who have completed at least 9 credit hours in Canadian History and have at least 30 credit hours left to complete their degrees. It is meant to encourage study in that area of history and to help in the purchase of textbooks. If there is no Campion student deserving of the award in any given year, it will be awarded to a non-Campion student.

Awarded annually in the fall semester, this award may not be held concurrently with either the Reverend E. Peter W. Nash, S.J. Scholarship in Social Science or the Reverend John J. LePine, S.J. Scholarship in History.

 

Reverend John J. LePine, S.J. Scholarships

 2 @ $500.00

These scholarships, established in honour of J. J. LePine's 30 years of dedication as a member of Campion's faculty, are awarded to Campion students who have declared their majors as either History or Music. At least 60 and no more than 90 credit hours of courses must have been completed, and the recipients must have the highest U.G.P.A. of students majoring in those areas.

 

Reverend Thos. O'D. Hanley, S.J. Memorial Scholarship

 $600.00

Established in memory of Thos. O'D. Hanley, S.J., former Dean and professor of Physics at Campion College, this scholarship is awarded to a Campion student who has declared Physics as a major, has completed at least 30 and not more than 90 credit hours, and has achieved the highest U.G.P.A. in that major.