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These awards were introduced in 2001 to assist Indigenous students attending post-secondary schools with costs such as tuition, books and supplies for the academic year. The Business Council of Manitoba initiated a partnership arrangement with the Governments of Canada and Manitoba to provide education awards to eligible Indigenous students. Funding for the awards is based on matching contributions from each of the partners. Due to the success of the program, the three partners have doubled their portion of funding from $75,000 to $150,000 per partner. In the first year of the new agreement, 120 Indigenous students will share a total of $312,000 in awards.

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The Walker Wood Foundation Undergraduate First in Family Bursaries are intended to offer financial support and recognition to Athabasca University undergraduate program students who are the first in their family to attend a post-secondary educational institution.

These bursaries are for current Athabasca University students who are the first in their family (grandparents, parents, nor siblings have earned a post secondary credential, i.e. university, college or technical diploma, certificate or degree) to attend university. Students must be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program and have successfully completed at least one, 3 credit AU course, (not completed by challenge credit). Applicants must a Canadian citizen and demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to applicants who are a resident of Ontario or the Maritime Provinces.

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The AU Award for a Mature Undergraduate Student is one of the awards in the AU Student Stand Out Awards Portfolio and the premise is to recognize that all AU students Stand Out! The AU Student Stand Out Awards are a portfolio of awards aimed at recognizing the students’ drive to reach desired educational goals, despite the challenges along the way.

This award is for an undergraduate AU program student that is 40 to 60 years of age beginning university education for the first time. Applicants must be current students beginning their first year of AU post secondary study after April 1st of the previous year and who has successfully completed a minimum of 6 AU credits. The candidate must have an overall AU cumulative GPA of 3.0 to be eligible.

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