A financial award can give a student much more than money. It can relieve financial stress, inspire and motivate, and provide new opportunities. Your support of a bursary, award, or scholarship could change their future.
Opportunities to make a difference
Scholarship: Selection criteria is based primarily on academic excellence.
Bursary: Selection criteria is based primarily on financial need.
Award: Selection is based on multiple selection criteria (e.g. academic excellence and financial need, academic excellence and community involvement).
Multi-Year Named Awards
Establish a named award for a specific time period with a minimum gift of $10,000 for an undergraduate award or $20,000 for a graduate award.
Endowed Named Awards
An endowment supports an award in perpetuity. Gifts are invested and earnings create a continuous revenue stream to support students long after the initial commitment is made.
Endowed awards requires a minimum gift of $40,000 for an undergraduate award and $50,000 for a graduate award.