Things to keep in mind:
Financial need is defined in the UNB Undergraduate Calendar. To be considered for scholarships which have a financial need restriction, you must demonstrate financial need on this form. If no information is provided to demonstrate your financial need, you will not be considered for those scholarships.
If you wish, feel free to use this space to provide additional financial information that will demonstrate your financial need
User Twitter format (max: 140 characters each) when completing the Activities Section: ie Habitat for Humanity, volunteer, 2013-14; Grad Class Committee, member, 2013-14; etc.
To be considered for the Carleton & York Regimental Association Memorial Scholarship and the Khaki University & Y.M.C.A. Scholarship, complete the following. (There are three scholarships available.)
Your scholarship application is used as a search tool to match your qualifications with the best scholarships possible. Please include the information you want the assessor to see directly on the application form. A resume is not necessary, but feel free to attach one here.
UNB, Development and Donor Relations, appropriate Faculties and the Registrars' Offices are committed to protecting the personal information of all students. The information collected on this application form will be used solely for the purposes of awards administration and will be accessible only to Development and Donor Relations, appropriate Faculties, and the Registrars' Offices. This information may be shared with the donors of the awards and-or the appropriate selection committee. For more information on the protection of personal information at UNB please consult the University Secretariat, University of New Brunswick, PO Box 4400, Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3 http://www.unb.ca/secretariat (506) 453-4613.
If you want to make changes, please send them to us by email and we'd be happy to update your application for you. Please note, once you submit your scholarship application, you should receive an email confirming receipt of your application. If you do not receive an email, please contact us.
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