Graduation Information
Scholarships and Awards

AWARD QUALIFICATION CRITERIA

green pointer (right)College of the Rockies Scholarship and Awards Program Information

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S SILVER MEDAL

The Lieutenant Governor's Silver Medal honours a student who has excelled in a vocational or career program of fewer than two years duration and has also contributed in a positive way to the life of the College or his/her community. Nominations are forwarded to the College Awards Committee for selection of recipient.

GOVERNOR GENERAL'S ACADEMIC BRONZE MEDAL

The Governor General's Academic Bronze medal honours a student who has been registered in a diploma-level, post secondary program (minimum two year, full-time duration) and achieves the highest overall average upon graduation. Nominations are forwarded to the College Awards Committee for selection of recipient.

PRESIDENT'S AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

The President's Award of Excellence is awarded to a first or second year student who has taken a full course load (a minimum of 10 courses per academic year) and has achieved the highest cumulative GPA. The award recipient must either intend on continuing at the College in one of our four year degree programs or is transferring to another post-secondary institution to complete a four year degree. The student is presented with a $2500 scholarship from College of the Rockies.

SCHOLARS LIST 2016/2017

A student who is in at least four courses per semester and who receives a final grade average of 90% or higher, or a letter grade average of "A+" in an Academic/Technical program qualifies for the Scholars List.

HONOURS LIST 2016/2017

A full-time student who graduates from a Vocational Program and receives a final grade average of 90% or higher, or a letter grade average of "A+" qualifies for the Honours List.

DEAN'S LIST 2016/2017

A student in at least four courses per semester in an Academic/Technical Program or a graduate of a full-time Vocational Program who receives a final grade average of 85% but less than 90%, or a letter grade average of "A" qualifies for the Dean's List.