Continuing Scholarships - automatically awarded

The following scholarships are automatically awarded and no applications are required.

  • Alpha Sigma Nu Scholarship  $1,000

This scholarship is donated by the honour society for Jesuit institutions of higher education, Alpha Sigma Nu, advancing scholarship, loyalty, and service through chapters at the Jesuit institutions of higher education in the US, Canada, and South Korea. The recipient of this scholarship must be a member of Alpha Sigma Nu and be continuing as a full-time student in the upcoming Fall semester. Selection is based on academic achievement.

  • Campion College Students' Union Award: tuition fees for one class

Must be a member of the Campion College Students' Union.

  • Campion Study Tour Bursary  $500

This bursary is awarded to a Campion student who is participating in a Campion College Study Tour course.

  • College Prize  $500

This prize is awarded to a first-year student with the highest average in 30 credit hours taken over the past two semesters.

  • Edmund Campion Anniversary Award  $1,000

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.  The recipient of this scholarship must be continuing as a full-time student at Campion College during the upcoming Fall semester.  

  • Elizabeth Flynn Book Prize in French  $150

This prize is given to a Campion student who has declared a major in French, completed at least 60 hours of classes, and maintained the highest UGPA of students majoring in that area. This prize was established in honour of the mother of Rev. Don Flynn, SJ and is funded by a gift from her estate. It is awarded in the form of a $150 gift certificate to the University of Regina Bookstore.

  • Emond Scholarship in Religious Studies  $2,000

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.

  • English 100 Prize  $100

This prize is awarded to a University of Regina student, not necessarily from Campion, who was outstanding in a Campion College English 100 or 110 class taken in the previous academic year.

  • George B. Flahiff, C.S.B. Scholarship in Medieval History  $500

This scholarship is 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. The recipient of this scholarship must be continuing as a full-time student during the upcoming Fall semester.  

  • History 100 Prize  $100

This prize is awarded to a University of Regina student, not necessarily from Campion, who was outstanding in a Campion College History 100-level class taken in the previous academic year.

  • Leonard E. Boyle, O.P. Scholarship in Medieval and Classical Studies  $500

This scholarship is awarded in the fall to a Campion student who is a declared major in Classical and Medieval Studies (CMST). The recipient must have completed at least two courses in CMST program and must be continuing as a full-time student in the upcoming Fall semester, registered in at least one course from the CMST program. The scholarship will be awarded to the Campion student who has the highest program average of 80% or above amongst CMST 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 Memorial Scholarship  $500

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 UGPA among students with second-year standing. They must be registered in at least 12 credit hours in the upcoming Fall semester. 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 / $1000 / maximum $2500 per student

These scholarships are made possible by the generosity of Paul and Carol Hill and are awarded each Fall to full-time Campion students who have declared themselves as minors in the Catholic Studies Program. Students must have a minimum UGPA of 70%, and 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.

In the absence of eligible Campion students, the awards may be given to those students with the highest grades in a Catholic Studies course taken through Campion College in the preceding academic year.

  • Philosophy 100 Prize $100

This prize is awarded to a University of Regina student, not necessarily from Campion, who was outstanding in a Campion College Philosophy 100-level class taken in the previous academic year.

  • Reverend Angus MacDougall, SJ Memorial Award  $200

This scholarships is awarded to a Campion student who has completed between 60 and 90 credit hours, is a major in English, and has the highest UGPA 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, SJ Book Prize  $50

Established by Dr. Thomas Rendall, former professor at Campion College, this prize is given in memory of Desmond P. Burke-Gaffney, SJ, who was Dean of Campion College from 1969 to 1976. The prize is a gift card for the University Bookstore awarded to a student (not necessarily a Campion student) who writes the best term paper in any Shakespeare or Milton class taken during the previous academic year. It is awarded in the form of a $50 gift certificate to the University of Regina Bookstore.

  • Reverend Desmond P. Burke-Gaffney, SJ Scholarship  $750

This scholarship is given in memory of Desmond P. Burke-Gaffney, SJ, 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 UGPA of students in that area of study.

  • Reverend E. Peter W. Nash, SJ Scholarship (Fine Arts)  $400

The Nash scholarships honour E. Peter W. Nash, SJ, 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 UGPA in each of the following areas:  Fine Arts, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences. The recipient of this scholarship must be continuing as a full-time student at Campion College during the upcoming Fall semester. 

  • Reverend E. Peter W. Nash, SJ Scholarship (Natural Science)  $400

The Nash scholarships honour E. Peter W. Nash, SJ, 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 UGPA in each of the following areas:  Fine Arts, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences. The recipient of this scholarship must be continuing as a full-time student at Campion College during the upcoming Fall semester. 

  • Reverend E. Peter W. Nash, SJ Scholarship (Social Science)  $400

The Nash scholarships honour E. Peter W. Nash, SJ, 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 UGPA in each of the following areas:  Fine Arts, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences. The recipient of this scholarship must be continuing as a full-time student at Campion College during the upcoming Fall semester. 

  • Reverend John J. LePine, SJ Award in Canadian History  $300

This award was established by the LePine family in memory of Reverend John J. LePine, SJ, a professor of Canadian History at Campion College from 1963 to 1984. The award goes to a Campion student with the highest UGPA 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. The recipient of this award must be continuing as a full-time student during the upcoming Fall semester.

  • Reverend John J. LePine, SJ Book Prize in History  $50

This prize is awarded to a University of Regina student, not necessarily from Campion, who writes the best term paper in a Canadian History class taken during the previous academic year.  It is awarded in the form of a $50 gift certificate to the University of Regina Bookstore.

  • Reverend John J. LePine, SJ Scholarship  $500

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 UGPA of students majoring in those areas. The recipient of this scholarship must be continuing as a full-time student during the upcoming Fall semester.  

  • Reverend John J. LePine, SJ Scholarship  $500

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 UGPA of students majoring in those areas. The recipient of this scholarship must be continuing as a full-time student during the upcoming Fall semester.  

  • Reverend Thos. O'D. Hanley, SJ Memorial Scholarship  $600

Established in memory of Thos. O’D. Hanley, SJ, 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 UGPA in that major. The recipient of this scholarship must be continuing as a full-time student at Campion College during the upcoming Fall semester.