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University Women’s Club offers bursaries

Students Nelly Saber, UBC (left) and Rachel Tilcock, Emily Carr, were the successful recipients of the 2013 bursaries awarded by the Surrey/ White Rock University Women’s Club. - Photo submitted
Students Nelly Saber, UBC (left) and Rachel Tilcock, Emily Carr, were the successful recipients of the 2013 bursaries awarded by the Surrey/ White Rock University Women’s Club.
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Calling university students: The University Women’s Club is offering two bursaries of $3,500 each to qualifying students for the coming year.

Recipients are chosen on the basis of financial need, community service, and personal achievement.

Since 1986, the Surrey/White Rock Bursary Foundation has awarded $333,000 to women pursuing a

higher education.

To qualify, you must be a graduate of School District 36 (or have been

a resident in Surrey/White Rock for five years) and be entering your

third year, or higher, of a degree program at a college or university.

For further information and an application form, go to  cfuwwrsurrey.org or email cfuwsurreybursaries@gmail.com.

Deadline for applications is Aug. 22.

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