University Women’s Club offers bursaries

Each bursary – worth $3,500 each – will be awarded to the recipient based on financial need, community service and personal achievement.

University students looking for a financial boost for the coming school year are invited to apply for two bursaries offered by the University Women’s Club.

Each bursary – worth $3,500 each – will be awarded to the recipient based on financial need, community service and personal achievement.

To qualify, the applicant must be a graduate of School District 36 or have been a resident of Surrey or White Rock for five years, and must be entering the third year or higher or a degree program at a college of university.

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

For more information, or an application form, visit www.cfuw.wrsurre.org or email cfuwsurreybursaries@gmail.com.The deadline for applications is Aug. 22.

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