Giving to UNB

Your gifts to UNB change the lives of our students and the future of our communities.
 
Support from loyal alumni and friends like you provides access to student aid, up-to-date library resources, athletics programs and all the other elements that make up a quality education.  Because of you, our graduates are able to turn hope into reality and make a positive impact on our world.
 
Explore our site to discover ways you can make a difference through UNB.

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Dr. David Burns, Vice-President (Research); Mr. Michael Doyle, Governor, Sir James Dunn Foundation; Dr. Bruno Battistini, CEO, NBHRF; Dr. Shelley Doucet, Jarislowsky Chair in Interprofessional Patient-Centred Care; Dr. Roy Heenan, Director, The Jarislowsky Foundation; Dr. Robert MacKinnon, Vice-President Saint John

Dr. Shelley Doucet named Jarislowsky Chair in Interprofessional Patient-Centred Care

The University of New Brunswick is changing the way people look at health-care.  More [..]

Drs. John and Judy Bragg make lasting contribution of $500,000

Generous donation provides support for Aboriginal students and programs at UNB.

Drs. John and Judy Bragg make lasting contribution of $500,000 More [..]

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Making it possible.
I can focus on my academics and getting to where I want to be.
- Megan Ougler, BA '15, Beaverbrook Scholars Award
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A huge relief.
This support is a huge relief for my family and me and I’m very grateful for it. It has motivated me to put more effort into everything that I do.
- Dulanga Ranasingne, BSc’16, Shulich Scholarship
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Easing the burden.
Receiving this bursary eased financial stress and made me proud.
- Tomi Gbeleyi, BA '13, Dhanraj Persaud Khemraj Memorial Bursary
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Well rounded.
The assistance has allowed me to put all of my time into my studies, achieving a better understanding of the material as well as having the time for extra-curricular activities like student societies and volunteer firefighting.
- Jonah Tremblay, BScEng(EE)’15, Dr. Douglas G. Pincock Electrical Engineering Scholarship.
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Lighten the load.
Coming into university can be scary because of the expenses but the scholarships I've received have lightened the load greatly.
- Jenn Brown, BSc’14, Governor Thomas Carleton Scholarship
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Peace of mind.
It has helped me to study with some peace of mind and continue doing the things I love to do.
- Jackson Wo, BScEng(CE) '14, Dr. Varagur S.V. Rajan and Mrs. Savitri Rajan Scholarship
Did you know?
University of New Brunswick

UNB’s Fredericton campus, located in New Brunswick’s capital, was established in 1785; its Saint John campus, located in New Brunswick’s largest city, was established in 1964.

UNB Saint John is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

UNB is among the oldest public universities in North America and the oldest English-language university in Canada.

UNB was named Canada's most entrepreneurial university by Startup Canada.
UNB contributes $385 million into the New Brunswick economy.
UNB's Institute of Biomedical Engineering is a world-renowned research facility and one of the oldest solely dedicated to this field.
UNB offers 75 graduate and undergraduate programs.

UNB’s international students originate from more than 100 countries, contributing to the cultural fabric of our host communities and the entire province.