The Eugene Boyko Memorial Scholarship was created in 2002 by the Alberta Barley Commission to recognize and encourage students entering the field of crop production and/or crop processing technology studies. Eugene Boyko, who passed away in the spring of 2001, was a long time director of the Alberta Barley Commission. He was known for his commitment to agriculture and support of improved and innovative farming techniques.
One scholarship of $500 available.
- be a Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident or Protected Person (visa students are not eligible),
- be an Alberta resident and to be considered an Alberta resident one of the following conditions must apply:
- one parent or legal guardian has maintained permanent residence in Canada for at least 12 consecutive months immediately prior to commencing post-secondary studies and be residing in Alberta, or
- Alberta is the last place the student has lived for twelve (12) consecutive months immediately prior to commencing post-secondary studies, or
- the student's spouse/partner is an Alberta resident.
- must have attended fall and winter terms in the previous academic year and be currently enrolled full-time in the second or subsequent year of undergraduate study in a designated post-secondary institution in Alberta,
- be enrolled full-time in courses with an emphasis on crop production and/or crop processing technology, and
- have not previously received this scholarship.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit to Alberta Student Aid:
- a completed application form, and
- an official transcript.
Your transcript must have an official signature or seal indicating that the transcript paper is issued by your school/institution. Photocopies and/or faxed copies will not be accepted. Post-secondary students must contact their school to request their official transcripts.
The award will be issued after Alberta Student Aid confirms full-time enrolment in courses related to crop production and/or crop processing technology.
October 31, 2021
The recipient will be selected by Alberta Student Aid on the basis of academic achievement in a program of study with an emphasis on crop production and/or crop processing technology in the previous year of undergraduate post-secondary study.
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