The War College Memorial
Scholarships are designed to honour our history and ensure our
legacy. Named after greathearts who have gone before, War
College Memorial Scholarships are available for qualified,
accepted students to help defray costs of school.
If you are interested in
establishing a War College Memorial Scholarship,
The War College Memorial
We're grateful to donors who
have established The War College Memorial Scholarships.
(some have chosen to remain anonymous) This
is a list in progress. Please visit again to see new
fellowships as they are added.
Bramwell Tripp International
Bramwell Tripp attended the
Bangor Corps when his parents were the Corps Officers. While
in Bangor, he fulfilled his Christian service through the
Bangor Corps, involved in many corps activities. Bramwell
later became an officer, rose to the rank of Commissioner,
and led his own USA Eastern Territory until retiring in
Northern New England. Until his last day, he was often heard
asking about the Bangor Corps and expressing his real desire
to see the corps remain successful in growth and winning
The Bramwell Tripp International Fellowship is awarded to a
worthy student who has displayed a burning desire to learn
all (s)he can to better reach his/her own generation for
David William Waugh Memorial
In memory of David William
Waugh (1935-1992). A sinner saved by grace, David Waugh was
a warm, kind, generous man whose life quietly and
consistently exemplified the three-fold virtues of faith,
hope and charity.
Born in Montreal, he attended Westmount High School and
McGill University. After graduation, he taught History and
coached football at R.J. Rennie High School in Montreal.
Moving to Toronto in 1967, he taught History and
International Politics at Newtonbrook Secondary School and
was active with sports and extra-curricular programs
including student counselling and bible studies. His ability
to meaningfully relate to students and young people was also
evident in his leadership of Christian youth groups and
Sunday School programs - seeking always to share his
personal faith in Christ and the joy, peace, purpose and
fulfillment his faith had brought him.
In his family life, he was a devoted son, husband and
father. In his community, Christian fellowship and
workplace, he was a teacher, pastor and moral compass to
Grace Whitlock Dyce Fellowship
The second oldest of 12
children, Grace Jennie Whitlock was born to Lillian and
Gilbert Whitlock in Toronto on July 23rd, 1914. Theirs was a
very close family. Her mother and father were both Salvation
Army soldiers and they brought up their children in a home
filled with love and discipline and Christian ideals.
Outside of church Grace was very active in guiding, and was
also a very dedicated and competitive sprinter. She was good
enough to qualify for the Olympic trials, but unfortunately
her employer would not give her the time off to attend, and
so she missed the opportunity of perhaps competing in the
Grace married John Alexander (Jack) Dyce and the two of them
grew together in their faith in Christ- a faith that carried
her through tough times of illness and family crises. She
was a good wife and a loving mother of six - always ready to
listen and to love - her children, her grandchildren and
anyone else in need.
Grace was promoted to glory March 18, 1997.
Horace Gwyn Roberts Memorial
Born in Cardiff, Wales, Horace
Roberts (1905-1992), one of 13 children, early on was
influenced greatly by evangelist David Lloyd George; and by
a brother who served in India and returned with wonderful
stories. Consequently, Horace emigrated to Canada as a young
man, joined The Salvation Army in Moncton and later became
an innovative evangelist.. In 1935 he married Ena Parsons
and together they served in corps and administrative posts,
and for several years as itinerant preachers, touted as 'The
He and his wife have left a legacy of saved, and sanctified
people from their combined 85 years of active officership,
and mentored scores of young people towards Christian
service. As parents and grandparents they delighted in their
family's Christian expression of living. Colonel Roberts
would be thrilled with the concept of The War College.
Mad Munn Scholarship
Adjutant Harry Munn, popularly
known as 'Mad Munn', was a colourful Salvation Army pioneer
who used all means necessary to save some. His passion and
faith were used for God's glory and still evoke conviction
among those who carry on in his footsteps. Note the zeal
from some of his memoirs:
"How do I get hold of the crowds? I go down to the places
where they are. I see them in their darkness and drunkenness
and immorality - vast crowds of humanity rotting and dying
in their sinful abominations. I hear their oaths and curses,
and their filthy conversations one with another, until
sometimes I almost imagine myself in Hell. [...] Then, with
my heart overwhelmed with the thought of the sights I have
seen, and with the cries of the perishing in my ears, I wait
on God for an inspiration as to what I am to do. I expect
Him to suggest the best plan for me to use in getting the
attention of this people. Sometimes it is to preach in my
coffin, or preach in sackcloth; or go through the streets in
rags, or some other extraordinary methods to make people
think. Whatever it is, I settle with my Christ that I will
Members of the Munn clan from four countries have
established the Mad Munn Scholarship in honour of the
Adjutant's great warfare and in hopes of extending the
anointing to the current generation.
Accepted students will
automatically be considered for available and appropriate
The War College Memorial Scholarships
- Opportunity for Participation
The War College Memorial
Scholarship Programme provides an excellent opportunity to
honour our heritage and preserve our legacy.
Individuals, congregations, and divisions establish a
scholarship in the name of a pioneer greatheart or noble
warrior of our past.
A full scholarship is $5,000 Cdn and covers tuition, books,
room, and food for the full year of study.
Partial scholarships vary between $500 and $5,000 Cdn.
There are opportunities to establish larger scholarships that
might include plane fare and related travel costs for third
world or other foreign students.
Donors provide a short biogrpahy of the person after whom the
scholarship is named. They also have the option of
establishing conditions for the choice of recipient. In
return, the donor receives a receipt (tax-deductible in
For more information, please contact Captain Stephen Court at