Scholarships & Bursaries

CFUW Fredericton
Scholarships and Bursaries

CFUW Fredericton supports financial awards at the University of New Brunswick Fredericton, St. Thomas University and the New Brunswick Community College Fredericton. The first CFUW Traveling Fellowship was awarded in 1946 to a female English honours graduate. This was followed in the same year with a post graduate scholarship of $100 offered to a female graduate of UNB. Over the years the number and value of the scholarships and bursaries have grown with most scholarships now endowed. 1964 saw the start of the annual Book Fair, a fundraiser which supported and has continued to support the scholarships and bursaries listed below. Special recognition in the form of named scholarships is given to the following CFUW Fredericton members because of their contributions to the work of CFUW Fredericton. To learn more, click here.

 

University of New Brunswick–Fredericton Campus:

Bea Phillips CFUW Fredericton Entrance Scholarship ($1500)

CFUW Fredericton Scholarship ($3000)

Charlotte Van Dine CFUW Fredericton Scholarship ($1500)

Jean Campbell Argue Memorial Scholarship ($4000)

Marjorie Barberie Logue CFUW Fredericton Scholarship (3 scholarships at $3000 each)

Dr. Althea Warren Macaulay CFUW Fredericton Scholarship ($2000)

Dr. Nora Ni Chuiv CFUW Fredericton Graduate Scholarship ($2000)

To learn more about these scholarships and bursaries, click here.

 

St. Thomas University:

CFUW Fredericton Scholarship ($1000)

CFUW Fredericton Mature Student Scholarship ($1500)CFUW Fredericton Entrance Scholarship ($1000

To learn more about these scholarships and bursaries, click here.

 

New Brunswick Community College–Fredericton Campus:

CFUW-Fredericton Bursary ($1000)

To learn more about these scholarships and bursaries, click here.

 

New Brunswick College of Craft and Design–Fredericton Campus:

CFUW Fredericton (Canadian Federation of University Women) Bursary ($1000)

 

CFUW Fredericton also provides financial support for rural school libraries, music education and international female students.

Adam Travis Photo UNB