The Michael Oykhman Criminology Scholarship recognizes a student who has completed their second year of a Criminology/Criminal Justice undergraduate program in the Faculty of Social Science at an accredited Canadian university or college, who best demonstrates interest and excellence in Criminology/Criminal Justice based courses taken throughout the Undergraduate Program.
The recipient of the Michael Oykhman Criminology/Criminal Justice Scholarship will receive a $1,000 scholarship.
May 31, 2018
The deadline for submissions is midnight, May 31, 2018, Mountain Time.
The recipient will be determined based on the average of the top 5 grades in Criminology/Criminal Justice based courses taken by the candidate over the course of the first, second, and third year of study. In the event of a tie, the grades obtained in additional Criminology/Criminal Justice based courses taken by the applicants will be compared to determine the successful candidate.
- The applicant’s name, date of birth, address, telephone number and email address;
- PDF copy of School Transcript, with courses fitting the Criminology/Criminal Justice criteria highlighted for consideration; and
- The Applicant’s expected date of graduation.