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Scholarships at Acadia University

There are 4 scholarships available at Acadia University.

Esther Clark Wright International Student Scholarships

Study level

Undergraduate,Postgraduate

Eligibility requirements

The Esther Clark Wright International Student Scholarships are awarded annually to entering or returning international students. These scholarships are made possible through a bequest from the estate of Esther Clark Wright of Wolfville, NS. Dr. Wright (Acadia BA 1912, HON DL 1975; PhD, Radcliffe-Harvard 1931; HON DL, Dalhousie University 1981; HON DL, University of New Brunswick 1984) was a noted author. She taught Sociology at Acadia from 1943 to 1947. In 1988 the lounge in Chase Court and the University Archives were named in her honor.

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Lois (Duncan) Kauffman Memorial Scholar-Bursary

Study level

Undergraduate,Postgraduate

Eligibility requirements

The Lois (Duncan) Kauffman Memorial Scholar-Bursary will be awarded annually to entering or returning students with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students who are US citizens.

This award was established in 2009 by Dr. Daniel J. Kauffman in memory of the late Lois (Duncan) Kauffman (BA Acadia, 1973).

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Frank V. and Zella Parlee Anthony Memorial Scholarships

Study level

Undergraduate

Eligibility requirements

The scholarships are awarded annually either as entrance or in course awards with strong preference given to citizens of the United States.

Application details

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Value details

The Frank V. and Zella Parlee Anthony Memorial Scholarships (2) of CAN $1,335 each are provided through the generosity of the Canadian Club of Boston of which Mr. Anthony once served as President.

Anthony A. Smith Scholar-Bursary

Study level

Undergraduate,Postgraduate

Eligibility requirements

As a student at Acadia, Anthony Smith rose as a leader amid his peers in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) on campus and was known to hold great affection for his alma mater. After graduation and upon returning to the Bahamas, he devoted his spare time to the development of the country’s youth, mentoring them through sport and in organizations such as Junior Achievement, often doing pro bono training with students preparing for accounting certification. Anthony sought no recognition for his contribution to his fellow Bahamians, but was known to be quietly generous with those in need. As an act of gratitude and respect – and to follow his example – his friends and fellow Acadia alumni have established the Anthony A. Smith BBA ‘01 Scholar-Bursary as a memorial tribute. The scholar-bursary, valued at CAN $1,000 annually, will be awarded to a Bahamian student in full-time study in any discipline at Acadia who demonstrates both academic achievement and/or promise and financial need.

Application details

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Value of scholarship

53,936 total value

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