- Scholarship & Bursary Winners (click on the year)
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)
- 2015-2016 Meritorious List
- 2014-2015 Meritorious List
- 2013-2014 Meritorious List
- 2012-2013 Meritorious List
- 2011-2012 Meritorious List
- 2010-2011 Meritorious List
- 2009-2010 Meritorious List
- 2008-2009 Meritorious List
- 2007-2008 Meritorious List
- 2006-2007 Meritorious List
- 2005-2006 Meritorious List
- 2004-2005 Meritorious List
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:
Philippe Béchard (1997)
Simon Viel (2005)
Isabelle Bourque (1998)
Joannie Gilbert (2005)
Mélanie Abdel-Malak (2000)
Hélène Demers (2002)
- Secteur économique