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Taking a Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability course is a very demanding task on its own, and excelling at it requires a considerable amount of effort.  Loyola College knows this and, to reward the students that stand out in and out of their classrooms, has created two awards.  These are the LCDSAcademic Achievement Award and the LCDS Global Citizenship Award.

LCDS is proud to announce the 2013-2014 recipients of the LCDS awards:

  • LCDS Academic Achievement Award: Maria Raskin
  • LCDS Global Citizenship Award: Laura Francois
MariaandLaura2014_000 Maria Raskin (left) and Laura Francois (right)

The Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability Adopt-A-Student Bursary is for students enrolled at the college. The purpose of this bursary is to support a student in financial need who is enrolled in the Minor in Diversity and the Contemporary World to further their studies. This bursary is non-renewable.

Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Loyola International College Membership or Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability Membership 

This financial need-based bursary is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program. Recipients are selected late in the Fall term every year by the In-Course Bursary Selection Committee. The application deadline for 2010-2011 has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted. The 2012-2013 application will be available in mid-July 2012 with an October 2012 deadline.

For more information on these and other awards, bursaries, and scholarships for which you may be eligible, visit the Undergraduate Awards section of Financial Matters.

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