Canadian Citizens & Permanent Residents
coming from High School
Vancouver International Airport Eagle Feather yəχʷəlen Entrance Award
Amount Awarded: $5,200 (may be renewable for up to three more years)
The Vancouver International Airport Eagle Feather yəχʷəle:n Entrance Award is offered to a Canadian Aboriginal undergraduate student with demonstrated skills in building community, environmental conservation, strong leadership and/or technological innovation who is entering Simon Fraser University from a Canadian secondary school, BC college/university or upon the successful completion of the SFU Aboriginal University Prep or Aboriginal Pre-Health program. To be eligible, regular secondary school applicants must have a minimum admissions average of 80% for the Faculty they have applied to (not rounded up) and IB diploma applicants must have the IB diploma score required for admission, and college/university applicants must have a transfer GPA of 2.5 (not rounded up).
Entrance Award and Bursary Applicants coming from a BC/Yukon regular secondary school must self-report their grades by the deadline date.
- Value: $5,200 annually (may be renewable for up to three more years)
- Number: One
- Citizenship: Canadian Citizens
- Term: Fall
The application must be submitted online by the deadline date. All other supporting documentation must be submitted to Financial Aid and Awards by May, 15, 2018.
- Reference Form to be completed by a referee verifying your activities
- Proof of Aboriginal heritage (which could include but is not limited to, Indian or Métis status cards, official Inuit identification, official letters from Aboriginal organizations, or a combination of proofs)
- Proof of a connection to the Musqueam Nation
If you do not have a Métis or status card, please contact the program assistant at email@example.com or (778) 782-5428 to discuss alternative options.
April 30, 2018
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