Since bursaries are not an online form... find them through need-based bursaries.

Please note that given the demand for these awards, failure to follow these steps may jeopardize your application.

If you have any questions or concerns, see Mary Brubaker-Zehr.

Information and privacy: questions regarding the collection of information on this form can be directed to the form administrator.

FYI - the application deadline for Upper Year Scholarships and Awards is in January of each year (deadlines vary from year to year but are generally the Sunday following the first week of class). If you are applying for a Scholarship or award after the deadline, please talk to Mary or Rebekah before applying.

 Prior to filling in the form, read through the available awards and note which ones you would like to apply for. You may apply for multiple awards on one form.

Prior to filling in the form, prepare answers to the following questions which you can then cut and paste into the form:

1. For our consideration, list (in point form) four noteworthy involvements you have had during your time at Grebel. These may be formal or informal involvements.  

2. For our consideration, list (in point form) four ways you plan to contribute to the Grebel community in the coming year.

3. In the event that you are given an Award or Scholarship, list below a maximum of eight things you would like the donor to know about you. These will be shared with the donor.

4. If applying for the Sauer Family Award, the Alice Eisen Leadership Award, the David Regier Student Award, or the Student Services Award, give a brief explanation of the situation contributing to your financial need.

5. If applying for the Robin Coupland Jutzi Scholarship or the Nathan Paul Krueger Wiebe Award, briefly discuss the special challenge(s) with which you live and/or the times you have overcome adversity.

6. If applying for the Good Foundation Scholarship, comment on how you will make an exceptional contribution to Grebel in coming year.