"Scholarships mean so much to students", says fourth-year nursing student Jordyn Liebman, recipient of an award sponsored by the Windsor University Retirees Association.
“It’s easier to succeed academically and get involved in activities on campus when you don’t have to choose between studying and picking up an extra shift to pay bills,” Liebman says in a DailyNews article that featured both her and Roger Lauzon (pictured on the right) on April 18, 2019.
Donating to the WURA Scholarship is a perfect way to help our students or honour a teacher, mentor, colleaugue, or friend!
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Retirees and friends are encouraged to donate to the University's Annual Giving Program and to designate their gift to the Retirees' Scholarship Fund.
Donations can be made to the University's Annual Giving Program, directing your gift to the "Retirees' Scholarship Fund".
Watch issues of The Retirees' Newsletter for regular news of the growth of the Fund and awards made.
Current amount in the fund is $250,000
In 2019 the fund was able to support eight students with an $1,800 scholarship.
Our goal is to support ten students with $2,000 scholarships. Please help us achieve this goal by donating today!
Barbara Thomas and Nahla Hassan, 2018 WURA Scholarship recipient.
Natalie Opare, 2018 WURA Scholarship recipient.
Jordyn Liebman and Nahla Hassan, 2018 WURA Scholarship recipients.
Director, Student Awards and Financial Aid
Phone: (519) 253-3000, ext. 3300