Aboriginal Student Bursary
Established by the Sisters of Charity – Halifax, the Aboriginal Student Bursary is awarded annually to an Aboriginal student. Preference will be given to a woman returning to studies as a mature student.
TD Aboriginal Student Bursaries
Established by the TD Bank Group to provide the opportunity for Aboriginal learners to pursue post-secondary studies, the TD Aboriginal Student Bursaries are awarded annually to Aboriginal students with demonstrated financial need enrolled in undergraduate or graduate degree programs at MSVU.
Lily On-Ping Wong Chan Bursary
Established by Lily On-Ping Wong Chan, a Mount alumna, as a bursary to be awarded annually to a female third or fourth year International or Aboriginal student pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree. Preference will be given to a student majoring in Sociology or combined major in Gerontology who will pursue a career in social work or teaching. The recipient must demonstrate good academic standing and financial need.
Bernice Jacobson Chatt Endowed Memorial Bursary
Established by friends and family in memory of the late Bernice Jacobson Chatt (1947-1987), a Mount alumna, the bursary is awarded annually to a mature woman student who has successfully completed three credits, with a preference given to those students who belong to a visible minority and/or are physically challenged.
How to Apply
These bursaries are awarded through the University’s In-Course Bursary program. Applications are available during the month of October and the deadline to apply is the first Monday in November. For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office:
Evaristus Hall, Room 207 | Phone: (902) 457-6351 |Toll Free: 1-877-733-6788
MSVU offers a robust scholarship and bursary program. For more information, visit the Scholarship & Awards page.