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Douglas College > Programs & Courses > Faculties > Commerce and Business Administration > Hospitality Management > HOSP Scholarships
There are several scholarships available to Hospitality Management students.
Who Can Apply
Applications are to be judged on the following criteria. Points assigned to each of the criteria (from a total of 100 points) are as follows:
The scholarship money will be paid in its entirety in November of the year the scholarship is awarded. The Foundation will seek confirmation of full-time enrollment from the university before payment is made. Payment is made directly to the university, for credit towards the recipient’s tuition fees. If the tuition fee has already been paid in full, the money will then be paid to the student by the university.
The recipients list will be posted on the Foundation website www.thechf.ca/scholarships by October of the year the scholarship is awarded.
How to Apply
Submit the completed form along with the following documents to the Awards Officer/Scholarship Coordinator or your Professor. Missing, falsified or incomplete documents will be grounds for elimination:
To be awarded to a student in the Hospitality Management Diploma program who has demonstrated academic achievement, and has a minimum GPA of 3.0. Recipient must be in need of financial assistance.
This award was established from the proceeds of an annual event hosted by the Hospitality Management Program and the Douglas College Foundation. Preference will be given to students in the Hospitality Management Program.
This bursary was created by family, friends and colleagues to honour the life of Gayle Jackson. Gayle was a Foods instructor at Douglas College from 1996 - 2008. This bursary will benefit students who are pursuing a career in Food and Beverage.
Established in 2000, the Rowe and Fulton families created the Betty Fulton Memorial Bursary to support Douglas College students in any program, with preference given to students enrolled in the Hospitality Management program who had dependents.
Established in 2002, the Rosemary Rowe Memorial Bursary was created by friends and family of Rosemary Rowe. The bursary supported Douglas College students in any program, with preference given to students enrolled in the Hospitality Management program and/or students with dependents.
In 2013, the families of Rosemary Rowe and Betty Fulton combined the two bursaries to create the Rosemary Rowe and Betty Fulton Bursary. The bursary continues to support Douglas College students, with a preference to students with dependents and those students enrolled in the Hospitality Management Program.
This bursary was established from the proceeds of an annual event hosted by the Hospitality Management Program and the Douglas College Foundation. Preference will be given to students in the Hospitality Management Program.