Zeal award

SAC Zeal Recognition Award ($250)


Displays school spirit through participating in SAC activities, expressing an SLC positive attitude, helps SAC behind the scenes, participating in SLAC, making banners, advertising events or a board member. Grades must be 65% or over as confirmed by your program coordinator. Applications are available in the SAC office as of January 31, 2022, with the deadline of March 11, 2022.    SAC Zeal award

30+ Award ($150) 


Be a mature student (30+ years) with a positive attitude and who engages in extracurricular school activities.   Your grades must be 65% or over as confirmed by your program’s coordinator.  Applications are available in the SAC office as of January 31, 2022, with the deadline of March 11, 2022.     30+ award form

Placement Travel Bursary ($200)

The Student Placement Travel Bursary for students currently enrolled a St. Lawrence College – Brockville Campus that must complete an in-field placement as part of their program’s requirements for completion.  Apply through the Financial Aid/OSAP office.

If you have any questions pertaining to these awards and bursaries, please feel free to stop by the Student Administrative Council office.

Storwell Self Storage Offers a $2,000 Bursary to Help Foster Children Pursue Their Post-Secondary Education Along with providing accessible and affordable storage units, Storwell is also devoted to helping out the local community through various charitable causes and social initiatives. For over a decade, Storwell has been running a bursary program for students who were part of the foster care system to help them attend post-secondary school.

According to the Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada, right now there are approximately 63,000 Canadian children living in permanent care with foster families, extended family, or in group homes. Across the country, 235,000 children and youth have been identified as having experienced or being at risk of experiencing abuse and neglect. These children and youths often experience difficulties gaining access to adequate education opportunities, especially when it comes to post-secondary education. For every 1,000 youths in Canadian foster care, only eight go on to graduate with a post-secondary education. One of the largest barriers to entry for children in foster care is the financial burden that comes along with post-secondary education.

In response to the growing number of foster children and youth in care that struggle to afford post-secondary studies, Storwell has developed the Storwell Foster Children Bursary Program. Storwell’s bursary program has helped numerous students across Canada achieve their educational goals. The aim of the Foster Children Bursary Program is to provide foster children with resources and opportunities that might be otherwise unavailable to them. With the proper tools, these students can work towards building a better life for themselves through the pursuit of higher education.

Storwell offers an annual bursary of $2,000 to help foster children attend post-secondary schools and to offer a hand up as they make their way forward in life. Eligibility requirements and access to the application form can be found at: https://www.storwell.com/bursary-application

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