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Howard Brown Memorial Scholarships in Music
Awarded to returning students who have exhibited strong performance in Music. Renewable when academic criteria are met.

O. H. Sévigné Scholarship in the Creative and Performing Arts
Awarded to a student in the Drama, fine Arts or Music Departments with a first-class academic average and high quality creative or performance skills. Renewable when academic criteria are met.

E.W. John Turcke Sholarship
Awarded to an incoming student majoring in Music, who possesses high academic standing. Preference given to violin or cello. Awarded following a successful audition with the Music Program.

Georgina Mills Prize
Awarded to a full-time student finishing first year with an academic average over 70%, enrolled in the Music Program. Awarded by the Department, by audition, to the student showing the highest proficiency in performance.

Friends of Music Prize
Awarded to the Music Honours or Major student coming second in the competition for the M. Georgina Mills prize in Music.

Howard Brown Prizes
Awarded each year to continuing full-time students in Music with the highest grade in Principal Instrument.

Hodder Award in Music
Awarded to one or more students for outstanding work in administering the “Chez Nous” concert series.

Undergraduate Prize in Music
Awarded to the top returning student in Music, based on GPA. Funded by Bishop’s Alumni and friends.

SPG Jubilee Award for Student Musicians at St. Mark’s Chapel
Awarded to a student(s) who provide(s) outstanding music services in St. Mark’s Chapel during the academic year. This may include playing the organ or another instrument, directing the chapel choir or accompanying choir practices. Selection by the Chapel Music Committee.

Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries for all Bishop’s students

Through the help of government, alumni, current students, faculty and staff, the Bishop’s Foundation, corporations and private donors, over 53% of our students receive financial assistance through scholarships, awards, grants, bursaries and loans. Just because you aren’t top of your class, or super involved outside the classroom, or can’t run the fastest doesn’t mean you won’t be eligible. We have hundreds of scholarships and awards that have a wide variety of requirements…you never know what you might receive!

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