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New – Ricci Family Scholarship and Bursary

Joe Ricci and Ellen Taylor are firmly committed to helping the next generation of citizens obtain the skills they need to succeed, and contribute to their community. Mr. Ricci started his education at Loyola College then graduated from Concordia University before obtaining a post-graduate degree. As a former scholarship recipient himself, he and his wife are pleased to create the Ricci Family Bursary and Scholarship to support full-time First Nations, Métis, or Inuit students.

Candidates for this scholarship are automatically selected each year by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee on the basis of top Assessment GPA. 

The bursary is available annually to a student in any area of study who is in financial need.


Resources and services

resources & services

The ASRC is your space where you will discover a community within the university! A welcoming location in downtown Montreal where students can meet, plan social activities or relax between classes.  We are a walk-in centre for future and current students. We will try our best to help you on the spot, or schedule a follow-up appointment. 
 

Coming to Concordia

applying to Concordia

Whether you are applying to Concordia, or just starting out here, you can find your home away from home at Concordia's Aboriginal Student Resource Centre. First Nations, Métis and Inuit students are supported by many programs. Come drop in to our resource Centre at our thriving downtown location.



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