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Entrance Awards

Adopt-A-Student Award in Honour of Richard J. Renaud

This non-renewable entrance bursary was established in 2009 to commemorate the granting of an Honorary Doctorate to Mr. Richard J. Renaud, FCA, LLD, a dedicated and generous benefactor of Concordia University.

The Adopt-A-Student Award in honour of Richard J. Renaud is intended to assist a newly-admitted varsity athlete who is studying full-time or part-time in any area of study.

Details:

Application required: Yes
Candidates: Varsity athletes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents and international students
Open to part-time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This financial need-based award is part of the undergraduate entrance bursary program. For information on applying please visit: financial support for students

R. Howard Webster Foundation Student-Athlete Scholarship

The purpose of the non-renewable R. Howard Webster Foundation Student-Athlete Award is to support and encourage newly-admitted full-time students who possess an ideal combination of academic and athletic potential.

Details:

Application required: No
Candidates: Varsity athletes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian citizens and permanent residents only
Open to part-time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the entrance scholarship program. Candidates must be varsity team athletes at Concordia University and are recommended to the undergraduate scholarships and awards committee in the Fall term every year by the Concordia Department of Recreation and Athletics.

Puma Canada Award

The Puma Canada Award was established as part of Concordia University's Adopt-A-Student Program in 2006 through the benevolence Mr. Ted Fletcher, B Comm, SGW, 1968, President, Puma Canada. The purpose of this undergraduate entrance award is to support and encourage male and female Concordia student athletes who are newly-admitted to the university and embody the best combination of academic athletic potential and pre-admission academic achievement.

Details:

Application required: No
Candidates: Newly admitted Concordia student-athletes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian citizens and permanent residents only
Open to part-time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the entrance scholarship program. Candidates are recommended to the undergraduate scholarships and awards committee in the Fall term every year by the Department of Recreation and Athletics. Selection will be based on athletic potential and academic rank as assigned by the university in the course of admission processing. The award is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a grade point average of at least 3.30.

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