Canadian Cadet Scholarships
(Programme discontinued in 2006)

ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGE CADET CORPS RECIPIENTS

2006
Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Chris Simpson, Cadet Commanding Officer
Cadet Major Arthur Wong, Cadet Deputy Commanding Officer

2005
None Awarded

2004
None Awarded

2003
None Awarded

2002
None Awarded

2001
None awarded

2000
Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Ryan Brandham, Cadet Commanding Officer

1999
Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Dan Wells, Cadet Commanding Officer
Cadet Captain Ben Hew, Company Commander
Cadet Master Warrant Officer Scott Murdoch, Pipe Major

AIM
The aim of the Canadian Cadet Scholarship Fund (CCSF) is to encourage cadets to enter into full-time post-secondary studies through the provision of grants.

GENERAL
The Canadian Cadet Scholarship Fund will provide an annual $1,000 grant per corps/squadron to a cadet attending a post-secondary institution in the upcoming school year. 

DEFINITIONS
For the purpose of this Annex post-secondary institution means any recognized post-secondary institution within a province or territory, and full time student means a student in full time attendance as defined by the applicable institution.

In order to be eligible for a grant, a potential recipient must be a cadet during the current corps/squadron training year (i.e. at the time of application)

APPLICATION PROCEDURES
The form at Appendix 1 (as a Word document file) shall be submitted to the Commanding Officer no later than 1 March. The completed application may NOT be sent as an attachment to an e-mail.

SELECTION PROCESS
In order to insure an impartial and transparent process, the Commanding Officer shall convene a selection board consisting of:

  • a member of the unit staff (excluding the Commanding Officer);
  • a representative of the league/sponsor;  and
  • a person independent of the unit.
Board members shall not be related to any applicant.

SELECTION CRITERIA
The recipient of the grant shall be chosen from eligible candidates on the following basis:

a. cadet performance
(1) cadet records; and
(2) COís comments
b. academic performance:
(1) academic records; and
(2) principalís comments: and
c. interview with the applicant.
The selection board will develop a merit list of applicants and submit it to the Commanding Officer.

The Commanding Officer shall forward the merit list to the Area Cadet Officer no later than April 1st. Where no applications have been received, the Area Cadet Officer must be advised. A copy of the merit list and the applicant files shall be retained at the corps/squadron for a period of one year. 

DISBURSEMENT OF FUNDS
Upon receipt of the recipientís confirmation of acceptance from the applicable institution, the Commanding Officer shall forward it to the Area Cadet Officer. No funds shall be disbursed until confirmation of acceptance has been received.

The Area Cadet Officer shall compile a list of all recipients and forward it to the Region Cadet HQ for payment to the individuals

RE-ALLOCATION OF FUNDS
Any non-allocated grants will be disbursed to other qualified applicants on a fair and equitable basis, at the discretion of the Regional Cadet Officer.