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Sudbury U: Indigenous Students: Apply Now! $7,000 per year Continuing Scholarship – Deadline Extended

by ahnationtalk on March 26, 2018316 Views

The one-time application will only take a few minutes of your time… and you could receive $7,000 PER YEAR!

The Rotary Indigenous Scholarship Fund is intended to assist Indigenous students with expenses such as tuition, textbooks and equipment, and living expenses while engaged in full-time study.

This is a continuing scholarship that is available to the recipient for each subsequent year of his or her program, providing that the recipient maintains a full course load equivalent (24 credits) and remains in good academic standing.

The fund will be awarded to a recipient who fits the following criteria:

  • the recipient is a First Nations student pursuing full-time studies in any program within the Laurentian Federation, and registered in at least the equivalent of 6 credits per year at the University of Sudbury;
  • the student will have demonstrated a financial need;
  • the student will be in his or her second, third or fourth year of studies;
  • the student will maintain a full course load equivalent (24 credits) and will remain in good academic standing.

Selection Process
Students will provide a brief (300-400 word) essay outlining

  • their motivation in their pursuit of higher education;
  • their leadership initiatives and career goals;
  • complete a summary of their financial needs (see attached form which also contains more information)

Students will also provide a recommendation letter from a professor, band council member or employer and complete the general University of Sudbury Financial Aid form found HERE.

All documentation is to be sent to Sylvie Renault at by March 30, 2018.


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