September 20, 2017

Women’s Soccer Award Awarded by University of Calgary

The Women’s Soccer Award is a scholarship sponsored by University of Calgary.

Information About the Scholarship:

Amount of Scholarship: Maximum award: Full tuition plus required fees
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be a member of the Women’s Soccer Team. Entering applicant must have a minimum admission average of 80%. Selection is based upon academic standing and contribution to the Women’s Soccer Team. Award is in Canadian dollars.
Eligible for: Applicant must be a college freshman, sophmore, junior or senior.

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 Number: 403 282 2999

Contact Details:

Linda Sharma
Director of Student Awards and Financial Aid

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University of Calgary

University of Calgary