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 three awards. These are the LCDS Academic Achievement Award, the LCDS Citizenship Award, and the LCDS Student Engagement Award.
The LCDS Academic Achievement Award recognizes academic excellence among our students. It is automatically awarded to the graduating student with the highest grade point average. No application is required. Students graduating with either the Minor in Sustainability Studies or the Minor in Diversity and the Contemporary World are eligible.
The LCDS Citizenship Awardrecognizes the outstanding volunteer work our students do outside of the classroom for local or international organizations. It is awarded to the graduating student who has demonstrated the greatest commitment to such organizations in their time at Concordia. To apply for this award, please send a short (max 500-word) description of any relevant work you have done in your time here at Concordia by May 31st of your graduating year to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LCDS Student Engagement Award is an endowment made possible by a young LCDS alumnus who seeks to reward involvement by students in the Minor in Diversity and the Contemporary World or the Minor in Sustainability Studies at the LCDS. To apply for this award, please send a short (max 500-word) description of any relevant work you have done in your time here at Concordia by June 6th of your graduating year to email@example.com.
Jenny Kuan, 2017 recipient of the Academic Achievement and Global Citizenship awards.
Congratulations, Jenny, and thank you for all your hard work and important contributions!
The Fred Schade Award is given to a deserving incoming student registered in the Minor in Diversity and the Contemporary World or the Minor in Sustainability Studies at the Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability. The purpose of this bursary is to support a student in financial need who is just beginning their study. This bursary is non-renewable.
This award is part of the Undergraduate Entrance Bursary Program. Candidates are considered by the Entrance Bursary Committee each year following the submission of an application for the Entrance Bursary program (deadline: June 2nd).