Financial aid and scholarships
|Daniel Goldman Gratitude Bursary: for incoming students who have applied for the Arts and Science program and demonstrate a need for financial help.||$2500|
|Tatiana Londono Gratitude Bursary: for incoming female students in any program who demonstrate a need for financial help.||$2500|
|Koch Family Leadership Entrance Bursary: for incoming students in any program who demonstrate strong leadership qualities and a need for financial help.||$2500|
|Environmental Entrance Scholarship: for incoming students in any program who demonstrate an interest in environmental issues.||$2000|
|Director General’s Student Life Scholarship: for incoming students who possess significant potential to contribute to the quality of student life at the College and who have shown involvement with their high school and/or the wider community. Recipients who demonstrate financial need are eligible to receive additional support so as to cover the full cost of tuition.||$2500|
|Tuition credit: based on financial need the College deducts an amount to be determined from the student's tuition bill. Students who qualify must also qualify for the Quebec government’s Student Loans and Bursaries Program.||Varies|
How to apply
Online application forms: apply online using the scholarships and bursaries application form or the tuition credit application form. You may upload your supporting documents with your online application form or send them in a single email or mail them in a single envelope to Financial Aid Clerk Stephanie Chreifi.
Deadline to apply: March 1, 2017 for the fall 2017 semester. If you are a current student applying for a tuition credit for the winter 2017 semester, the deadline is January 27, 2017.
1) your most recent provincial income tax notice of assessment
2) the most recent provincial income tax notice of assessment of your parent, guardian or sponsor with whom you reside or most recently resided
3) your curriculum vitae. This should include a personal statement that captures the best of you in 100 words or less, followed by an outline of any employment or volunteering experience, extra-curricular activities, special skills and hobbies, awards and honours
4) if applying for the Environmental or Student Life scholarships: two letters of recommendation, one from a teacher or staff member of your high school; both letters must describe how the person knows you and provide information that supports your application (your character and personal qualities, previous work or involvement, etc.)
Selection process: a selection committee of the College will chose the winners based on the overall quality of their application. All applicants will be notified of the committee’s decision before the deadline to confirm their attendance at the College. The amount of financial aid awarded cannot exceed the tuition cost for that year.
Awards based on high school grades
Students need not apply for the following, which are awarded based on their high school grades:
|Director General’s Merit Scholarship: incoming students who have shown outstanding academic performance in high school are invited to apply and selected based on their final high school grades. Recipients who demonstrate financial need are eligible to receive additional support so as to cover the full cost of tuition||$2500|
|The Marianopolis Millennium Foundation Entrance Scholarship: incoming students are selected based on high school grades and notified in the spring. International students do not qualify||$1000|
|The Marianopolis Millennium Foundation Entrance Award: incoming students are selected based on high school grades and notified in the spring||$500|