November 19, 2017

Lee Haskayne Bursary Awarded by University of Calgary

The Lee Haskayne Bursary is a scholarship sponsored by University of Calgary.

Information About the Scholarship:

Award Amount: Average – $4000
Application Deadline: 1-December
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must have a minimum 2.6 grade point average. Selection is based upon academic merit, extracurricular activities, and financial need. Preference is given to applicants who are graduates of rural Canadian high schools and intend to live in university residence during their first year.
Eligible for: College freshman

Awarded by:

University of Calgary
Student Awards and Financial Aid, 124 MacKimmie Library Block, 2500 University Drive, NW
Calgary, AB T2N 1N4
Canada
Phone: 403 220 7872
Fax: 403 282 2999

Contact Details:

Linda Sharma
Director of Student Awards and Financial Aid

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