Established in 1987 and named in tribute to Kay Boyington, this award is presented to a student who maintained a minimum B average; who sets a positive example both in the lab and classroom; who offers assistance to fellow students and faculty; and who is active in student life.
Program(s): Medical Laboratory Science
Title: The Kay Boyington Laboratory Sciences Scholarship
Term Status: Completed Year 2
Residency Requirements: Ontario resident. Canadian Citizen (or PR or PP).
OTSS Funded**: Yes
Demonstrated Financial Need*: Yes
Criteria 1: Received positive professional performance appraisal.
Criteria 2: Exhibited noteworthy presentations that provided substantive information to their course. Set an example in the lab and classroom and offered assistance to fellow students and faculty.
Criteria 3: Actively participated on and contributed to program committees such as Advisory Council, Clinical coordinators committee (e.g. program retreat), subcommittees of council (e.g. Admissions), Open House, etc.
Minimum GPA: B no Supp
Type of Application: Application
Application Requirements: A one-page written application outlining why he/she is eligible for this scholarship based on the above noted criteria.
Selection Made By: Scholarship & Awards Committee
Award Value: $500
Number of Awards: 1
Refer to the “Application Requirements” and “Criteria” above and provide written evidence of how you meet the criteria and upload with your application.
*If the Scholarship, Award or Named Bursary indicates “Yes” to “OTSS Funded” and/or “Demonstrated Financial Need”, have your income and expense information handy to enter on page 2 of the online application.
**Michener established various endowed Awards through generous donor contributions that were matched by the provincial government’s Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS). The income generated from these endowments is used to support Awards for Michener students who are Canadian citizens (or permanent residents or protected persons), who are residents of Ontario (student has lived in Ontario for at least 12 consecutive months up to the beginning of full-time post-secondary study).