College offers entrance scholarships, awards
Marianopolis College recognized dozens of incoming and returning students this fall, as it does every year.
First-year students receiving a Director General’s Merit Scholarship are: Nabeel Ahmed, Health Science, Selwyn House; Elizabeth Hua, Arts And Science, École Secondaire Rosemère; Darcy Moyes, Liberal Arts, École Secondaire Régionale Laurentien; Amanda Plagakis, Commerce, Collège de l’Ouest de l’île; and Victor Raphals-Kath, Music and Social Science, Collège Notre-Dame.
The Director General’s Student Life Scholarship recognizes incoming students who show significant potential to contribute to the quality of student life at Marianopolis. This year’s recipients are: Simon Bérard, Arts Literature and Communication, Loyola High School; Guillaume Bouchard, Honours Pure and Applied Science, École Secondaire Polyvalente L’Ancienne Lorette; Rebecca McAuley, Pure and Applied Science, Centennial Regional High School; and Neel Agarwal, Honours Health Science, Royal West Academy.
The Marianopolis Millennium Foundation Leadership Bursary is awarded to five returning students who demonstrate strong leadership qualities and are actively involved in student life at the College. This year’s recipients are: Ericka Abanto Anchiraico, Health Science, Collège Jean-Eudes; Lucas Jung, Health Science, Centennial Regional High School; Juan Lancheros Lozano, Pure and Applied Science, École Gérard-Filion; Gregorio Lentini, Liberal Arts, Loyola High School; and Alexandra Radu, Health Science, Collège Jean-Eudes.
The Tatiana Londono Gratitude Bursary was created by entrepreneur Tatiana Londono ’92 to support two incoming female students each year The 2017 recipients are Simile Datta (Health Science, École Marguerite-de-Lajemmerais) and Mehgan Durocher (Health Science, Royal Vale High School).
The Koch Family Leadership Bursary is awarded to four incoming students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement and entrepreneurial initiative. This year’s recipients are: Simon Bérard, Arts Literature and Communication, Loyola High School; Guillaume Bouchard, Honours Pure and Applied Science, École Secondaire Polyvalente L’Ancienne Lorette; Charles William David, Honours Pure and Applied Science, Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf; and Ranuka Sivanathan, Pure and Applied Science, John Rennie High School.
The Daniel Goldman Gratitude Bursary recognizes two exceptional incoming students in the Arts and Sciences program. This year’s recipients are Yonger Xie (École Saint-Luc) and Rosalia Poplawski (Miss Edgar’s and Miss Cramp’s School).