Scholarships and Awards
Scholarships and Awards Committee
The Scholarships and Awards Committee is a Sub-Committee of Queen's College Faculty of Theology which exists to establish criteria, receive and review nominations, and present a report to the faculty.
Committee members are appointed by the Faculty of Theology and shall consist of:
The duties of the Committee are as follows:
The Scholarships and Awards Committee reserves the right to
Scholarships and Awards
The Bishop J. A. Meaden Scholarship for first place standing in year one of the M. Div./B.Th. Programs
The Mabel A. Gosse Scholarship for first place standing in year two of the M.Div./B.Th. Programs.
The Bertha and Fred R. Earle Scholarship for first place standing in year three of the M.Div./B.Th. Programs.
The R.A. Parsons Scholarship for first place standing in the Master of Theological Studies Program.
The previous four awards are open to all full-time students and are judged on academic merit alone based on the total grade point average. No scholarship shall be awarded for first place standing in any year for an average grade of less than 70%. The monetary value of these four awards shall be equal.
The Archbishop Robert L. and Elizabeth Seaborn Scholarship for first place standing in the Bachelor of Theology by Distance Program
The Clifton C. Hatcher Scholarship for Progressive Leadership in promoting ideals and activities appropriate to the role of Queen's College and the Church in the modern world.
The Queen's College Alumnae Association Award for continued demonstration of the Queen's College Core Values of Christ Centredness, Commitment, Development and Collegiality.
The Award for Liturgical Praxis for excellence in demonstrating a good working knowledge of the directives and practical application of liturgical principles through effective preparation and leadership in worship.
The Canadian Bible Society Award for Excellence in Public Reading of the Scriptures.
The Diploma in Theology and Ministry Award for excellence in pastoral skills, leadership, commitment, and enthusiasm in program, community and Church.
The Queen’s College Alumni/ae Association Award for highest standing in the graduating class of the Associate in Theology Program.
The Queen’s College Alumni/ae Association Award to an outstanding graduate in the Diploma in Theology and Ministry Program.
The Gordon and Mardi Bastow Scholarship in Music Leadership.
The Rev’d Canon James Coffin Homiletics Award
The Dr. Tom Pope Bursary for love of Church and ministry demonstrated through commitment to continuing theological education.
The Moravian Bursary for demonstrated commitment to ministry in Labrador.
Awards Administered through Queen's College
The Nigel Rusted Sabbatical Bursary award to clergy residing in Newfoundland and Labrador who wish to visit the Holy Land or to study in the United Kingdom.
The Order of St. Lazarus Ecumenical Bursary
Recipients of Scholarships and Awards for the 2009-2010 Academic Year
The Nomination Process
Nominations for awards open two weeks prior to the end of classes at 9:00 a.m. and close on the last day of classes at 4:00 p.m. Letters of nomination must outline a student's eligibility for an award based on the given criteria. You many nominate a student for more than one award and you may nominate more than one student for the same award. All nominations must be signed by the nominator and be received by the Scholarships and Awards Committee by the deadline specified. All letters should be addressed to the Scholarships and Awards Committee and should be submitted to the General Office. The nomination process is intended to guide the Committee in its decision.
Queen's College is very grateful to our bursary and scholarship funds contributors. Listed below are the many student bursaries and scholarships.
Memorials in the names of W.D. Alcock; The Rev'd J. Ayris; The Rev'd Victor Bishop; The Rev'd S.M. & Mary Bradbrook; The Rev'd Jacob Brinton; Donald Browning; The Rev'd Alton & Gladys Fudge; Archdeacon Heber Gosse; The Rev'd Samuel Jones; The Rev'd Canon Leonard Ludlow; Sgt. Bernard T. Scammell; Archbishop R.L. Seaborn; The Ven. Ralph S. Sheppard; Canon J. Smith; John & Elizabeth Squires; The Rev'd Canon Arthur Stirling; The Rev'd Joseph W. Taylor; Mildred Wareham; The Rev'd Canon Emmanuel Willis; Emmanuel Pike; The Rev’d Canon T. E. Smith; The Rev’d R. P. C. Walters.
Funds have been received from the estates of Harold J. Blackmore; Hazel Brown; Emma Dawe; Emile W.S. Fraser; Thomas Hallett; The Rev'd Isaac Parsons; The Rev'd Canon J. T. Richards; Hazen A. Russell; The Rev'd Warrick Wells.
The following are bequests and bursaries: The Hon. W. J. Browne; The Rev'd Alexander Daley; Maria Emberly; F.F. Furneaux; Elizabeth Gosse; Murial Hunter; Rebecca Morgan; Robert A. Newman; The Rev'd Arthur L. Parish; Helen Phillips; Phyllis A. Rennie; Irene Rosa Rose; Levi and Rosalie Skinner; J.W. Smith; George E. Squires; Gerald White; The Rev'd Harry Victor Whitehouse; Earle, Ethel & Harvey Windeler; John James Windsor; The Rev'd Tobias Short; Margaret Strathy; Bishop Mark and Dr. Maxine Genge; Father Massiah; John & Jane Miller; Belinda Crocker; Harvey & Doris Murcell; The A.A.A. Bursary (C.E.A.A.); The A.C.W. Diocese of Western Newfoundland Bursary; The Rev'd A.L. Parrish & the Rev'd Max Andrews Bursary; The Rev’d Canon N.S. Noel; W.S. and Flora Wilcox; The Rev’d Hayward Hodder; Mr. and Mrs. John (Jemima) Bailey.
Queen’s College gratefully acknowledges recent contributions to our memorial bequests and scholarships to the Bursary and Trust Fund in the name of The Garfield E. Warren Bequest, The Mabel Gosse Scholarship, The Gordon and Mardi Bastow Scholarship, Canon James Coffin Homiletics Award and The Rev’d Dr. A. S. Daley Scholarship.
We at Queen's College are pleased to congratulate the recipients of this year's program scholarships and awards. We would like to express appreciation to all those who support these scholarships, awards and student bursaries. Please accept our sincere appreciation for your support and interest.