Paul and Aileen Clarke and their family established the endowment for this entrance scholarship in honour of Paul’s father, the late Jack Clarke, a Blenheim area farmer. Apply by April 15 to Student Financial Services (email@example.com) with a letter outlining extracurricular and/or community activities, and complete the Financial Need Assessment Form for Entrance Awards (E.N.A.F.). Finanical need will be considered, but is not a requirement. This award is not tenable with the President’s Scholarships or Lincoln Alexander Chancellor’s Scholarships. Annual payments are contingent upon full-time enrolment and maintaining a minimum 70% average on the previous Fall and Winter semesters. Students may be contacted to provide special need circumstances if there is a short list of equal candidates (
($12,000 (payable over 4 years).
Students with a minimum 80% average with a record of leadership and community participation are eligible. Preference will be given to candidates from Blenheim district or Kent County and who were raised, or have worked, on a farm.
Deadline: April 15 , 2018