Supporting scholarships, bursaries, capital projects and research has a ripple effect which enriches educational experiences, supports dreams and opportunities, and inspires others to give back.
A gift to any of the following priority areas will make an impact on students, our communities, the country and the world. Here. Now. Forever.
Donor-funded awards play an essential role in supporting Laurentian University students in achieving their academic goals and fulfilling their dreams. In addition to recognizing and celebrating success, scholarships, bursaries and other awards enable students to focus on their studies without the burden of financial concern.
If you would like to make an impact by creating a student award, there are a number of options available to you, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels:
Minimum investment of $12,500
Annual payout to students is currently 4% of the endowment
Endowed awards last in perpetuity
Minimum investment of $500 per year for four years
Payout to student is the amount donated annually
Awards last as long as the donor wishes to provide funds
Part of the annual donation is awarded to a student
Part of the annual donation goes toward building an endowment (minimum $10,000 commitment)
Are awarded based on academic achievement
Are awarded based on financial need
Can be awarded through competitions as a prize for best design/coursework/essay/etc.
To learn more about current awards available at Laurentian University please visit our main website.
Laurentian University Varsity Athletics has a long and celebrated history of excellence in interuniversity sport. National champions and Olympians have all donned the blue and gold of the Voyageurs, helping their respective programs claim 61 OUA and 9 CIS titles.
There are currently 18 varsity teams at Laurentian University, including the recently added men’s and women’s hockey programs.
Student athletes demonstrate amazing commitment and quality of character–both in competition and in the classroom. Your support can make a tremendous impact in the realization of their dreams.
Laurentian University’s Centre for Research in Occupational Safety and Health (CROSH) envisions a Northern Ontario where researchers and workplaces join together to ensure that all employees arrive home safe and healthy each and every day.
CROSH is made up of researchers from five different faculties with unique expertise who work collaboratively with students to conduct groundbreaking lab and field-based research with the aim to reduce and eliminate occupational injury and disease in the workplace.
Laurentian’s Faculty of Management offers bilingual programs that prepare students for professions relating to business and administration,including business administration, e-business, commerce and sports administration–a program celebrated as the only one of its kind in the country. With a strong focus on developing partnerships with industry associations and various universities around the globe (particularly in China), the Faculty of Management is committed to providing unique educational opportunities for its students.
The Faculty is currently pursuing prestigious AACSB accreditation–the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. When successful, Laurentian will become the 8th university in Ontario to achieve AACSB accreditation, and the first in Northern Ontario.
Created with the generous support of mining legend Ned Goodman and family, the Goodman School of Mines (GSM) is setting a standard of excellence in mining education in Canada and around the globe. Focused on the education and preparation of future mining leaders and the development of current mining professionals, GSM teaches the entire mining cycle in order to produce exceptionally well-rounded graduates who will meet the impending employment shortfall in the mining industry that is estimated to be between 60,000 and 130,000 workers by 2020.
No other Canadian university can deliver a similar educational experience.