RON JOYCE’S COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION
Education provides a bridge to success and is a key factor in helping young people move from poverty to prosperity.
The intent of the Joyce Family Foundation Bursary is to provide a transformational opportunity to a student that faces significant financial barriers and has demonstrated the ability to overcome obstacles and adversity.
To be eligible, applicants must:
Please note: This bursary is not available to International students.
Each bursary will award $2000 with a maximum of 50 bursaries distributed evenly between Fall, Winter and Spring start dates. The amount will be deposited into the students' account to be applied against tuition and fees.
The bursaries are renewable up to the maximum number of years of the program with good academic standing and continued financial need. Should you be chosen, and are in a program that is longer than 1-year duration, you will need to provide your financial information the following year(s) to determine your continued eligibility.
In the event the recipient withdraws or does not meet the terms for renewal, another recipient will be selected to receive the bursary based on the criteria.
The current application period is now closed.
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of those treaties - peace, respect and friendship.
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