Of the money distributed Tuesday evening, $118,000 came from endowed or annually funded scholarships provided by CUC's alumni and friends. The remaining $84,000 came from government or other institutional sources.
New this year was the $500 Charles E. Weninger Scholarship awarded to Kelly-Ann Melnychenko, a 2nd year Biology major, for outstanding character and scholarship.
During his welcome President Haynal commented that none of us have gotten to where we are at this point in our life without much help and support from other people. "The cycle of one generation helping the next is a beautiful thing," Haynal told the students. "It is a cycle that I challenge those of you who will receive help tonight to continue once you are able."
If you would like to be part of this powerful cycle of support that has blessed so many CUC students over the years, please contact Development Support Specialist Diane Southcott at 403-786-2529 (direct line).
|Kingsley Moyo, a 2nd-year Religious Studies major from Red Deer, received|
a $1000 Grosso Educational Scholarship from Dr. Clarence Grosso, who
established this award.
|Jazer Abraham Samudio, a 2nd-year Religious Studies major from Coquitlam, BC,|
was this year's recipient of one of only 3 $4000 President's Divisional Scholarships.
|Jasmine Cater-Gordon, a 1st-year Elementary Education major from Etobicoke, ON,|
was presented with a $2500 Ivan and Helene Crawford Education Scholarship
by Diane Southcott, who oversees the establishment and management of
scholarships at CUC.
|Professor David Jeffrey, Dean of the School of Business presents the $3000|
Dean's Scholarship for Excellence to Danae Brousson, a 2nd-year Business major
from Fort St. John, BC.
|Joshua Perkins, a 3rd-year Biology major from Courtice, ON, is presented the $3000 |
Division of Science Dean's Scholarship for Excellence by Dr. Laurence Wong.
|Anthony Jones, a 2nd-year Religious Studies major from Stettler, AB, receives|
the $1500 Earle and Josephine Emda Scholarship from CUC Vice President for
Financial Administration Darrell Huether.
|Alison Bloomfield, 3rd-year Elementary Education major is presented with|
the Albin and Pat Anderson Memorial Scholarship by the Anderson's
daughter, Carol Nicks.