If you are an Indigenous student who wants to attend Douglas College full- or part-time, you may be eligible for the following awards, administered through the Douglas College Financial Aid Office:
BC Hydro Scholarship (see General Scholarships)
Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation Bursary (see Health Sciences Bursaries)
Carillion Aboriginal Bursary The Vanbots Construction Aboriginal Bursary was originally created in 2006 by Vanbots Construction. Its purpose was to provide bursaries to Indigenous students attending Douglas College and recognize the long connection Vanbots Construction had with Douglas College, including the construction of Coquitlam's David Lam Campus. Vanbots was acquired by Carillion in 2008. Carillion is a global company committed to making a difference in the communities in which it works, with a core set of values that supports sustainability and responsible, award-winning development.
Caroline Chan Memorial Bursary (see General Bursaries)
Dave Seaweed Award of Distinction (See Athletics Awards) HSBC Aboriginal Bursary Established in 2002 by HSBC Bank Canada to assist Aboriginal students attending Douglas College. (See General Bursaries)
Minerva Foundation for BC Women in STEM Bursary (See Science and Technology Bursaries)
Ricoh Canada Inc. Scholarship (See Child, Family and Community Studies scholarships)
Wayne Strandlund Bursary (See Humanities and Social Sciences Bursaries) You may also qualify for financial support from the Post-Secondary Student Support Program through Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada.
You may also be eligible for external awards. These are administered through individual donors, so you'll need to apply according to each organization's instructions. For an extensive list of scholarships, bursaries and awards for Indigenous students, see the following resources:
For more information, contact Indigenous Student Services at Douglas College. For more scholarships, bursaries and awards, or to find out about student loans and grants, see Financial Aid.