$1000 Entry Scholarship
Available for any first time student enrolling in any degree or diploma program at Horizon College and Seminary. The Amount is based on full time enrolment and applied in the final year of the program. The Award is applied as a discount upon tuition.
The R.K. Wright Entry Level Scholarship
Given to a student entering at the freshman year level of a diploma or degree program who, in the estimation of the admissions’ committee, shows the most promise for contributing to the music ministry at Horizon. Meeting any of the following criteria will be sufficient for consideration:
The Wilfred and Winnie Paddock Memorial Entrance Level Scholarship
Two scholarships are available to students entering at the freshman year level of a diploma or degree program who, in the estimation of the admissions committee, show leadership potential and give evidence of a definite calling to the ministry. Applications for the scholarship must be received by August 1.
Wilson Scholarship Entry Level
An entry level scholarship awarded to a married student(s) entering at the freshman level of a diploma or degree course in the pastoral stream. Applications for the scholarship must be received by August 1.
Valedictorian Plaque (Horizon)
Presented to the graduating student who has obtained the highest grades among those who have completed all the requirements for graduation.
The One Year Plaque (Horizon)
Presented to the student in the One Year Course with the highest Weighted Percentage Average.
The Alumni Scholarships
Awarded to two undergraduate students, one male and one female, planning to return the following term who, in the estimation of the faculty, have shown the greatest dedication towards studies and general Christian development in accordance with their ability.
The R.K. Wright Memorial Scholarship
Given to a First Year Theology student who shows promising ability in music and has the intention of going into some field of the ministry.
The Cantelon Memorial Scholarship
Granted by Calvary Chapel, Neepawa, in memory of the late Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Cantelon, to a graduating student who intends to serve in a pioneer or church planting ministry. If no graduating students meets this criteria, the award will be given to a student who has graduated from Horizon College within the last two years and intends to serve in such capacity. In the event that neither a graduating student nor a previous graduate meet the criteria, the scholarship will be carried over and awarded the following year(s) to an individual who fulfils the conditions of the scholarship.
Dr. Donald Pettit Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to the Second Year Theology student with the highest Weighted Percentage Average for that year.
Anne Heyer Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a returning student of upstanding character and integrity who has, over the past twelve months, shown commitment to God’s work by giving time and abilities to a PAOC ministry. This person must display the desire to make a substantial contribution to ministry, whether full-time or as a lay person. The recipient of the scholarship shall consider their life-long contribution to the work of God to be of paramount importance.
The C.H. Stiller Memorial Scholarship
Given in memory of former president, the Reverend C. H. Stiller, to a junior student who, in the opinion of the faculty, gives evidence of Christian scholarship and spiritual leadership among peers and in ministry. As well, the person will be of good Christian character and convictions.
The Elim Tabernacle Award
Given by Elim Tabernacle in Saskatoon to the senior student who, in the estimation of the faculty, has given most freely of time and effort to the ministry of a Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada church while a student at Horizon.
The Mabel Olson Memorial Award
Awarded to a graduating senior who is going into the ministry, preferably to one who has successfully completed the Internship Program.
Sask. Women’s Ministries Award
Granted by the Women’s Ministries Department of the Saskatchewan District to the graduating female student who has demonstrated positive leadership skills and has potential in ministering to women.
Man./N.W. On Women’s Ministries Award
Given by the Manitoba/N.W. Ontario Women's Ministries Department to a female student from Manitoba/N.W. Ontario who is entering her senior year at Horizon and who demonstrates acceptable scholarship, positive Christian character, and a commitment to personal ministry.
J. Eustace Purdie Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to two students who will be returning in the Fall, who have demonstrated good scholarship, exemplary Christian character and a desire to minister.
Wilson Scholarship Awarded to two students who will be returning in the Fall, who have demonstrated good scholarship, exemplary Christian character and a desire to minister.
The L. Johnson Memorial Music Scholarship
Presented to a Second Year student planning to return the following term who, in the opinion of the faculty, demonstrates above average abilities and leadership qualities in music ministry.
The Grace Brown Scholarship
Awarded to the student receiving the highest mark in Introductory New Testament Greek, with a minimum 80% grade.
Karel Marek Preaching Award
Presented by Lawson Heights Pentecostal Assembly to the student in the graduating year of a diploma or degree program for excellence in the delivery, content and especially in the structure of sermons.
The Horizon Faculty Award
Presented to a student who, in the opinion of the faculty, is of outstanding promise, is in the final year of a degree program, and who has the declared intention to pursue further academic studies (to be awarded upon proof of registration).
The Gordon & Nancy Reigert Memorial Scholarship
Presented to a student in the junior year of a diploma or degree program who, in the estimation of the faculty, possesses the conviction and ability to lead others into a deeper relationship with Christ, demonstrates personal piety and Christian character, exemplifies the caring warmth of a pastoral heart, and maintains acceptable scholarship.
Kerry & Irene Moffatt Scholarship
Awarded annually to a student who has faithfully attended Westside Pentecostal Church, and who, in the opinion of the faculty, has demonstrated a pastoral heart which is evidenced by a servant-like attitude, a compassion for the lost, a desire to minister, preferably cross-culturally, and who has maintained an acceptable level of scholarship.
Non-Traditional Ministry Scholarship
Awarded annually to a returning student who senses a definite call of God in his/her life, as evidenced by a consistent walk with the Lord. The student ought to exhibit potential for a non-traditional approach for ministry.
The ‘Good Samaritan’ Award
Presented by Rev. Henry and Doris Schapansky to the student who, in the opinion of the faculty, during the past year at Horizon has displayed a willing, diligent, and cheerful attitude in promoting the well being of college life and maintenance. This student has consistently been an example in their willingness to serve others above and beyond the ordinary, therefore displaying a true ‘servant heart’, and has maintained passing academic scholarship.
Wilson Waterhouse Scholarship
Granted to assist a native student demonstrating good character, acceptable academic standing, and who is continuing at Horizon in preparation for Christian ministry.