Harvey Longboat Sr. Memorial Scholarship:
This scholarship is awarded in memory of Harvey Longboat Sr. During his term with the Six Nations Polytechnic Board of Governors, Harvey created the ‘Philosophy’ by which Six Nations Polytechnic strives to function, in addition to inspiring and guiding the institute with his educational experience and knowledge of the culture. Six Nations Polytechnic’s Harvey Longboat Sr. Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a full-time SNP student enrolled in the University Consortium Year 1 Program who has the highest overall average achieved during the academic year, earning a minimum of four credits.
Marge & Reg Henry Cayuga Language Award:
This award is dedicated in memory of Marge and Reg Henry. They were highly respected for their knowledge in Longhouse traditions and languages. Marge and Reg, both fluent in the Cayuga language, worked diligently at promoting the preservation of the language and left the legacy of the Henry Orthography, a phonetic writing system used to write the Cayuga language. Six Nations Polytechnic’s Marge and Reg Henry Cayuga Language Award is awarded to a full-time SNP student achieving the single highest grade in a Cayuga language course of the University Consortium Year 1 Program and demonstrating a commitment to maintaining and preserving the Cayuga language.
Vina Loft Mohawk Language Award:
This award is dedicated in memory of Vina Loft. Vina was a fluent Mohawk speaker who worked at promoting the spoken language in many ways. Her first dedication to the retention of the language was to teach all of her own children to speak the language. Six Nations Polytechnic’s Vina Loft Mohawk Language Award is awarded to a full-time SNP student achieving the single highest grade in a Mohawk Language course of the University Consortium Year 1 Program and demonstrating a commitment to maintaining and preserving the Mohawk language.
WP Financial Bursary:
WP Financial is well-known to many of the First Nations to whom it provides services and it is pleased to offer something back to the community for those organizations. This bursary is awarded to full-time students of College programs offered at Six Nations Polytechnic who have demonstrated excellence in academics and have made a contribution to the Indigenous community.
Aboriginal Institutes Consortium:
Student Scholarship Award Six Nations Polytechnic, on behalf of the Aboriginal Institutes Consortium, chooses to honour a student in order to provide encouragement and assistance with his or her post-secondary education.
Aboriginal Institutes Consortium – Instructor Award:
Six Nations Polytechnic, on behalf of the Aboriginal Institutes Consortium, is pleased to acknowledge exemplary service by instructors through a high level of commitment to successful program delivery and student achievement.
The Linda I. Staats Tuition Bursary:
The bursary is in honour of Linda’s commitment and dedication to Six Nations Polytechnic and Six Nations education in general. The Linda I. Staats Tuition Bursary is open to Indigenous students aspiring to attain a University degree by completing the first year of study through the University Program at Six Nations Polytechnic. The bursary recipient must be admitted to and registered to attend the University program at Six Nations Polytechnic to exercise a total or partial tuition waiver for the academic year (September to April). To qualify, the successful candidate will not be receiving funding from the Grand River Post Secondary Education Office (GRPSEO). Contact SNP for an application or for more information.