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Academic Awards

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Graduation ceremony 2013 photos

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  • Champlain Regional College Board of Governors’ Trophy
    This monetary award is presented to the student who obtains the highest academic average in his/her course of study.
  • Royal Bank Award
    This monetary award is presented to the student who obtains the second highest academic average in his or her course of study.
  • Governor General’s Medal
    This award is presented to the student who obtains the highest academic average.
  • Academic Excellence Awards
    Four additional monetary awards are presented to the next four students with the highest academic averages.
  • Meritorious Citations (click on the year)

    These are presented to the students who meet a number of criteria set by each department. The number of citations granted by the departments varies from year to year.

  • Cardinal Roy Trophy
    This monetary award is presented to the graduating student who best combines leadership and academic excellence.

  • S.L.C. Teachers’ Union Award
    This award is presented to the graduating student who demonstrates exceptional improvement during his or her years at St. Lawrence.

  • Reverend P.S. Mifflen Trophy
    This monetary award is presented to the graduating student who best combines academic and athletic achievement.

  • S.L.C. Alumni Association Award
    This monetary award is presented to the graduating student who best provides consistent and exceptional effort in organizing and supporting student life activities.

  • Lieutenant Governor’s Award
    This award is presented to the student who best combines academic excellence and community involvement.

  • The Potter Family Award,
    This award is presented every 3 years (2016-2019-2022) to a St. Lawrence graduate with a minimum average of 85% who will be evaluated on 500-700 word essay on the theme « From your studies at Champlain College, what is the most important thing you learned - not about yourself, but about the world or about society. Why was this learning important? »

  • The Quebec City Women’s Club

  • S.L.C. Out-of-town Student Award
    This monetary award recognizes a graduating student who has made a successful transition from high school to college while adapting to a new living environment.

  • P.W. Sims Memorial Scholarship (Citadel Foundation)
    This scholarship is given to an exceptional student pursuing university studies in Business Administration or Commerce.

  • JEUNES BOURSIERS DES GRANDS QUÉBÉCOIS
    St. Lawrence recipients include:

    • Secteur économique
      Philippe Béchard (1997)
      Simon Viel (2005)
    • Secteur social
      Isabelle Bourque (1998)
      Joannie Gilbert (2005)
    • Secteur culturel
      Mélanie Abdel-Malak (2000)
      Hélène Demers (2002)

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