Marianopolis awards more financial aid for Fall 2018

Marianopolis awards more financial aid for Fall 2018

With its commitment to being accessible to all students, Marianopolis continues to offer many forms of financial support, from entrance scholarships to financial aid to tuition credit. In fact, one in five Marianopolis students receives some type of financial support.

March 5 is the deadline to apply for the scholarships given by the College to students who will be starting their studies this Fall:

  • Director General’s Student Life Scholarship, a  $2,750 award for five incoming students in any program who possess significant potential to contribute to the quality of student life at Marianopolis.
  • Environmental Entrance Scholarship, a $2,000 award for an incoming student in any program who demonstrates an interest in environmental issues.
  • McQueen Family Social Justice Entrance Scholarship, a $2,000 award for an incoming student in any program who demonstrates leadership in social justice.
  • Mireille and Murray Steinberg Family Foundation Bursary, a $1,000 award for an incoming student applying to the Social Science program who demonstrates a need for financial assistance.
  • O’Linda Cuffaro Entrance Bursary, a $2,500 award for an incoming student applying to the Health Science program who demonstrates a need for financial assistance.
  • Richter Foundation Entrance Scholarship, a $2,500 award for an incoming student in any program who demonstrates an interest in social entrepreneurship.
  • Tatiana Londono Gratitude Bursary, a $2,500 award for two incoming female students in any program who demonstrate a need for financial assistance.

Learn more about these scholarships and how to apply for them – and find out about the many other forms of financial support available to Marianopolis students, ranging from hundreds of dollars to full tuition.

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