Prizes were awarded for general proficiency in each class at the end of the session.
Founded 1808 by Dr. John Gray of Paddington. One prize valued at £8 for best essay on a prescribed subject.
Cook and Macfarlan testimonial.
Instituted in 1847 along with a similar prize in Glasgow University as a memorial to Professor Cook, St Andrews University and Principal Macfarlan of Glasgow. Worth £21 and open to divinity students who have been three years at a Scottish University and wish to enrol at St Mary’s College for a fourth or additional session. Awarded by special examination. Trustees – Principal and professors of St Mary’s College and Professors of Greek and Moral Philosophy of United College and a senior member of St Andrews Presbytery.
Given annually by current Chancellor. Valued at £10 in books and awarded after a written competition. Open to all senior students.