Kinesiology Department Scholarships & Awards

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Kinesiology Indigenous Community Engagement Scholarship

Awarded annually to an Indigenous student who demonstrates current and/or future involvement in advancing Indigenous health and wellness. Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Kinesiology Program, followed by students enrolled in another health-related field. If multiple students meet the criteria, cumulative GPA may be considered. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of nine credits in to be eligible. 

Application is now open! 

To apply, please fill out the application form. Please send your completed application to Dana Maslovat ( The application deadline is Saturday, September 30th at 4:00pm (PST).

Faculty of Kinesiology Leadership Award

Awarded to a student with second-year standing (completed 30 credits, minimum 15 credits in Kinesiology courses), currently enrolled in nine credits (general study), minimum CGPA of 2.7, calculated on all normally graded courses. The student displays outstanding leadership qualities and community involvement, demonstrating the ability to influence change in others and/or events.

Kinesiology Academic Excellence Scholarship

Awarded to a student with second-year standing (student has completed 30 credits, minimum 15 credits in Kinesiology courses). The student is currently enrolled in nine credits, has a minimum CGPA of 3.0. The scholarship is typically awarded to the student with the top CGPA.