Graduation Academic Awards

Find a listing of awards available for Year IV students approaching graduation.

Dr. Donald Bramham of Regina was a long time Board Member of the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (CCPA) and was instrumental in its creation. The CCPA has created this award to honour his prominent service to the profession. The recipient has achieved the second highest academic standing in Year IV and receives a complementary membership in the CCPA for the first year of his/her practice.

The valedictorian is awarded this scholarship, established by the family and friends of the late Judy Ladell.

This award is presented by Dr. Scott Wilson, Class of 1994, in recognition of his commitment to improving the health and wellness of Canadians through a successful network of over 30 clinics with health care professionals from over a dozen disciplines. It is presented to a student who has obtained a high overall academic standing during the four year program with excellence in the Health Care Management course.

The Canadian Chiropractic Association presents this scholarship in memory of Dr. Sturdy, its first President and one of the founding members of CMCC. The award is given to the student who has achieved the highest overall academic standing during the four year program.

Dr. Gilbert H. Young was an outstanding leader of the profession both in his native British Columbia and across Canada. He served on the CMCC Board of Governors, including a two year term as Chair. The award, from a trust fund established from his estate, is given to the student with the highest academic standing in Year IV.